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Topic: Forum Games / Forum Games Adventure Game (By Sabin7)

>LOOK FOR A MAID

Your maid is not present in the household. You gave her leave, so that she would not be present in the household at the time of the divorce. Merely precautionary, of course. The splintering of the household does not concern she who tends the household, only he and she who make it up.

>EVALUATE LAWYER

Dolus Apate has been a trusted friend for more than half your life, even before he was your personal lawyer. He has never been anything but the best at his job, which is why you hired him in the first place. He does demand a renewed contract with each case, with the costs being changed based on variables specific to each case.

 
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Topic: Forum Games / Forum Games Adventure Game (By Sabin7)

>INNER MONOLOGUE

You are Bertram Cornelius Ring, and you were sitting in your study working on your divorce papers. You have found it neccesary, due to recent events, to divorce your dear Natalia. You need to establish proper grounds for divorce, for starters. Furthermore, the lawyer you are hiring to execute the ordeal has his own contract which you must sign, and before he can get to work you must allocate the proper funds to his personal account. This was what you were preoccupied with, until you fell asleep for a bit and suddenly came to.

 
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Topic: Forum Games / Forum Games Adventure Game (By Sabin7)

>CHECK NAME

You are Bertram Cornelius Ring. The irony of having a family ring upon which the family insignia is placed does not escape you.

>CHECK DRAWERS
Each drawer is locked, with a single one of the brass keys opening the identical locks on all three of them. The left drawer is empty, save for a journal. The central drawer was empty until you removed the papers it held and placed them on the desk for your perusal. The right drawer holds various foreign banknotes and coins, as well as a velvet case holding various lapel pins.

>DANCE
You attempt to dance, but after a few minutes you feel tension across your body on account of you not having properly warmed up so as to do as such. Because of this, you stop.

 
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Topic: Forum Games / Forum Games Adventure Game (By Sabin7)

>CHECK POSSESSIONS

You are wearing a dark blue smoking jacket, containing in the breast pocket a couple of mints, and your wallet. However, there is still a good bit of room left in it. You are wearing a matching nightshirt and sleep pants, the former of which has the top button unbuttoned and the latter having two pockets. The right side pocket contains a keychain, which hold an iron key, a rusted key, and three brass keys with slightly varying teeth. The left pocket is empty. Both pockets go rather deep, down to your lower-thigh area. On your left ring finger, you wear a small golden band. On the right ring finger, you are wearing a diamond ring with the letter R superimposed with gold.

Command?

 
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Topic: Forum Games / Forum Games Adventure Game (By Sabin7)

>DESCRIBE SURROUNDINGS

You appear to be sitting in some sort of study. There is a desk in front of you, with various papers, pens, and other items sitting atop it, and three drawers below. A candle on the desk provides the only source of illumination in the room. On the far end of the room are two large curtains draped, covering something on the wall. To your sides, you see two large bookcases filled with various novels and manuscripts. Behind you, you see an ornate oaken door engraved with the letter R.

Command?

 
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Topic: Forum Games / Forum Games Adventure Game (By Sabin7)

Command?

 
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Topic: Forum Games / Forum Games Adventure Game (By Sabin7)

Reserved for lock

 
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Topic: Forum Games / [Post-game discussion] True Insanity

I’ll sign up as a replacement.

 
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Topic: Forum Games / Mafia (dead thread)

Yeah. A day should be around three IRL-days.

 
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Topic: Forum Games / Mafia (dead thread)

I agree with Lebossle. There has only been one night phase. Statistically speaking, it’s pretty unlikely any of the scum are known to them at this time.

 
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Topic: Forum Games / Role Swap, the psychology! Round 2, Phase 2

Gonna be honest here, kinda need to find the warriors. BOTH, in fact. Pretty sure other people do too. So, give me the name of the Red Warrior and I’ll give you the name of the Blue Warrior. As well as the rest of my information.

 
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Topic: Forum Games / Role Swap, the psychology! Round 2, Phase 2

Single male Trumpeter, seeking names of warriors.
Will give reward.

 
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Topic: Forum Games / Sabin7 Presents: Majora's Mask Mafia (Sign-Ups)

Good news, everyone!

WE’RE HALFWAY THERE!

 
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Topic: Forum Games / Mafia (dead thread)

[Accusations]
Honestly, it’s day 1, and day 1 there is nothing to really base accusations on.

HOWEVER, Zip really seems like a townie to me. Just one that’s doing a good job of convincing people otherwise.

 
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Topic: Forum Games / Storyteller Idol (ROUND 2-JUDGING PERIOD)

Here you go.

The Foundering

Part I: The Lament of a Young Girl
There was a girl who lived in town
Of quiet and noble breeding.
Her wit and beauty of renown
Were anything but fleeting.

One hundred years she lay awake
Yet she did not age a day.
She waited for one her heart would take
And who would then take her away.

Men came from all corners of the world
With gifts of silk and gold and jade.
However, for none a smile curled
Yet her beauty did not fade.

One hundred years men fought and served
And hundreds more by went.
Until the day a young boy heard
Of this maidens sad lament.

She longed for a man who would give her
Beauty, strength, and a world that was free.
She longed for a man with a fiery liver
She longed, thus, for the sea.

Part II: The Ingenuity of a Young Boy
One day a boy whose tongue was sewn
Took a fancy to the lass.
He spotted a tree a hundred feet grown
And thus it came to pass.

All day and night the young boy chopped
And cut wood with his axe
When the wood was done his axe was dropped
And traded for his adze.

Legends passed of a boy from Rome
With a shipmap carved on glyphs
And the boy himself, quite far from home
Had faded into myths.

With his racing knife he marked the wood
And cut it into shape.
And dragged the wood where he knew he should
A nice, secluded cape.

And fifty years did come and go
And the young man grew old
And then one day it was finished, and Lo!
The ship shimmered like gold.

Part III: The Transportation of the Ship
The ship tower’d over the weak old man
As a man towers over a flea.
And he pondered and pondered and formed a plan
To transport the boat cross the sea.

The task would have been easy
Were he not old and tired.
The sky was clear and the air was breezy
And thus he felt inspired.

With all his strength he pulled and tugged
To move the towering vessel
He pushed and heaved and groaned and lugged
The boat straight off it’s trestle.

He lifted the boat and moved towards the wave
And felt the burning muscles in his hands
When suddenly, something gave
And he tripped, falling onto the sands.

And he knew as he fell that second
The boat crushing his frail heart
That the pearly gates of Heav’n beckoned
And it was his time to depart.

Part IV: The Rediscovering of the Boat
One day a boy whose greed was immense
Came across a boat.
And a man struggling under its weight intense
Was grabbing at his throat.

The man, it seems, was born a mute
And couldn’t speak a word.
But even if his words took root
His last pangs would go unheard.

The boy had fallen in love with a maiden
Whose beauty increased with age.
And now, he found a boat quite laden
With gold and jade and diamond and sage.

He ran to her home and banged on the door
And called for the maiden to follow .
She saw the boat, built by a boy poor
And found it all hard to swallow.

He claimed that he had built the boat:
He’d created it from the land.
He received for his lies (here let it be wrote):
He’d won the maidens hand.

Part V: Summation

There was a girl who lived in town
Of quiet and noble breeding.
Her wit and beauty of renown
Were anything but fleeting.

And she inspired in many men a swagger from the hips,
She would have married a gentlemen who would gather wood and make ships

One day a boy whose tongue was sewn
Took a fancy to the lass.
He spotted a tree a hundred feet grown
And thus it came to pass.

He built a ship of beauty, of Arachnean skillfullness sewn
And yet despite all the mastery, his legacy would be unknown

The ship tower’d over the weak old man
As a man towers over a flea.
And he pondered and pondered and formed a plan
To transport the boat cross the sea.

He found himself untimely killed by his very creation
But his endeavors would eventually lead to another mans jubilation

One day a boy whose greed was immense
Came across a boat.
And a man struggling under its weight intense
Was grabbing at his throat.

The man expired by his own folly, not by Father Time or the Sword

And the man who stole his work, awaited his last Reward.

Epilogue: The Thiefs Last Reward

A year had passed, and the boy was thinking
About where his life had led.
He had a good wife, good home, but was drinking
To stave off the feeling of dread.

The maiden had loved him and cherished the boat
The present another had bred.
And it was this guilt that caused a lump in his throat
And left him sweating in bed.

And as he looked at his wall to a musket, a queer thought entered his head.
He picked up the musket, and with a brief pause, fired one shot into his head.

 
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Topic: Forum Games / Mafia (dead thread)

Walfordking has kind of a point, I guess? I mean, there really isn’t much of a point to vote on Day 1, aside from giving Town an advantage to even out the fact that the Mafia naturally have the advantage. Vote piiiing, so that the game doesn’t die.

 
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Topic: Forum Games / Role Swap, the psychology! Round 2, Phase 2

I told Zzzip information about the Citizen role, he asked me about it to confirm my Citizenship. HOWEVER, he did correctly state the bonus role.

 
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Topic: Forum Games / Role Swap, the psychology! Round 2, Phase 2

Er…what if we discussed our objectives? After all, we’ll succeed more as a group than we would as individuals.

 
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Topic: Forum Games / Mafia (dead thread)

Role confirm.

 
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Topic: Forum Games / Role Swap, the psychology! Round 2, Phase 2

Role Confirm.

 
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Topic: Forum Games / Storyteller Idol (ROUND 2-JUDGING PERIOD)

Originally posted by MysteriousPanzer:

If you want, I’ll post the scores anyways.

Sure, why not?

 
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Topic: Forum Games / Role Swap, the psychology! Round 2, Phase 2

Sign.

 
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Topic: Forum Games / Sabin7 Presents: Majora's Mask Mafia (Sign-Ups)

I think I joined the FGF around June of 2010. Checking back, the only person in my first game who I’ve seen lately is walfordking.

 
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Topic: Forum Games / Master Thread

Originally posted by TwistedCakez:

To lazy to search through and delete my post: but my birthday is April 21st…

My birthday is also on the 21st! Whoa.

Additionally, Sabin7 Presents: Majora’s Mask Mafia is now in sign-up phase.

 
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Topic: Forum Games / Attamaris (disrepecting this will be seen as terrorism)

Name: Reginald Asquith Dunberry
Appearance: Throughly British. And quite posh.
Background: One day, Reginald made a pact with the supernatural entities of this reality for the sake of metrosexuality. He didn’t care much for dealing with the nether guardians or anything like that. He just enjoyed looking fancier than God.
Elements: Tea, Clothing, Music
Disciplines:
6x Fashion Sense
4x Musical Theatre/Dance (PhD)
3x Dorian Gray
2x Earl Gray (Tea)