Recent posts by BLOODYRAIN10001 on Kongregate

Flag Post

Topic: Forum Games / The General Thread (A.K.A. Funky Town)

Originally posted by ZigZagZombie:

Ah, the joys of lurking.

Lurk Lurk
Hi
Lurk Lurk

 
Flag Post

Topic: Forum Games / The General Thread (A.K.A. Funky Town)

Originally posted by adv0catus:

This bullshit is single handedly killing FGF for me.

I’d just like to point out he’s no Avadon. He’s Developous. We gotta remember to call him by his original namez.

 
Flag Post

Topic: Forum Games / The General Thread (A.K.A. Funky Town)

Originally posted by SypherKhode822:
Originally posted by RandomTurtle:

We are all each other.

Does that mean Senpai noticed me?

I noticed who?

 
Flag Post

Topic: Forum Games / The General Thread (A.K.A. Funky Town)

Originally posted by RandomTurtle:

Whistles in a completely non-suspicious way

You made me depressed because I assumed that the title meant we got a subforum because it said “Greater Forum Games Forum”, which made me think that they either shoved the continuous games, or Dev, in his own subforum, of which I would enjoy each an equal amount.

 
Flag Post

Topic: Forum Games / Creators RPG (rules & info on post 4)

Azuma Kazuma Walrus Baker with a Town, and 35 Soldiers, 1 Unique Baker, 3 Great Bakers, 5 Crappy Bakers, and 45 Laborers, 2 walrus mages, a Military Band, plus a giant Sea Lion.
I wake up and ascend from my bed. I bake myself some bread to eat for breakfast, and then wander outside. I go to the road; The progress is going well, it should be finished by tomorrow morning. I then look around for the two I created last night; I need to test them to see if they have any magical abilities. I eventually find them looking at a stall in the market filled with fish bread that one of the bakers made, which is sub-par at best, and then lead them outside of the town, back to the cave. I tell them why I created them, and what abilities they could have, and they just nod blankly. I create a small pole of ice outside, about five feet tall and circular. I being telling the wind mage what to do. “Focus on the pole over there. Imagine wind, slicing away at it, and powerful cutting force. Calm your mind, and imagine that.” After about five minutes, scratches begin appearing on it, but don’t seem to be doing much. I mutter to myself “Combat aptitude low.” and I then instruct them to attempt to imagine a calm wind, blowing softly, soothing me, and to be calm, like a tranquil breeze. After about a minute, I feel as swift as the wind, moving to and fro like a bunny. I say “Well then, you’re not much of a combat mage, but for support, sure, you’re good!” I then talk to the other one, and tell them to imagine a freezing cold shooting through them, and rising out of the ground, thrusting itself from the icy earth into the air. Quickly, a large spike of ice shoots out of the ground, nearly impaling me, and I say “Good, good. Now try focusing on the air, imagine moisture condensing together and freezing to form a ball of ice.” A ball of ice then forms in the air, and I tell the wind mage to imagine a wind thrusting it forward towards the ice pole I made earlier. After about a minute of the ball just floating there, held together by the ice one, growing a bit larger over time, it shoots through the air with sudden force, smashing the pole to bits. This could be a potent combo, and with my instruction, these could be good soldiers for the army.
XP: 4180

 
Flag Post

Topic: Forum Games / Creators RPG (rules & info on post 4)

Azuma Kazuma Walrus Baker with a Town, and 35 Soldiers, 1 Unique Baker, 3 Great Bakers, 5 Crappy Bakers, and 45 Laborers, a Military Band, plus a giant Sea Lion.
I taste the bread, and realize it was the best bread any of these walruses have made yet, so I give him and offer. I say “Ok then, this is good, very good. But to make up for your previous failure, you’ll participate in our training, which consists of you studying and making the best bread possible in six days. But, there’s a catch. You’ll be kicked out of the program if you don’t make the best bread to make up for your earlier mistake. Good luck.” I walk away and then address the band. I tell them “Ok, you are the five most talented musicians in this town. I’ll need you to master every bit of your instrument, and learn how to play in synch with each other, then we’ll reconvene in one week to begin training you in military sheet music, so we can harness the power of sound to attack the enemy.” I then gather up the 45 laborers, and I have them follow me outside of town. I instruct them to construct a road out of the town and to a frozen lake that’s two miles away, and then to begin mining out the top of the frozen lake. I estimate this to take about two weeks without my help, so I decide to assist them for the day. I use my powers of wind to destroy the ice where the bricks for the road need to be placed, and then as they place them, I begin chipping away at the top of the frozen lake. By dark it’s cleared out, so I figure it’ll just taken them two days to lay the road. I go home, attempt to create two walruses, one that harness the power of wind, and one that can harness the power of ice, and whatever the result go to bed, resolving to attempt to train them tomorrow.
XP: 2580
Skills
Ice(interm)
Earth(interm)
Water(interm)
Light(interm)
Dark(interm)
Astral(interm)
Life(trainee)
Wind(interm)
Pinnpeds(trainee)
Sonic(trainee)
Dates [After I wake up.]
1 Day: Road Finished
5 Days: Military Training/Baking Training over

 
Flag Post

Topic: Forum Games / Creators RPG (rules & info on post 4)

[Since you didn’t say the number I created, I’ll just make it about the same as last time, plus a few extra to round it out and to account for not making any special one. Oh, and I’ll Buy Trainee Sonic
Azuma Kazuma Walrus Baker with a Town, and 35 Soldiers, 3 Great Bakers, 6 Crappy Bakers, and 50 Laborers, plus a giant Sea Lion.
I wake up, and see my creatures milling about, doing whatever profession they have chosen, most of which seems to be manual labor of some sort, most likely spiffing up their homes from what I can see nearby. I can also see that a few of them have taken over merchant stalls near the Sanctum, selling whatever little things they have made. I then go up to the Sanctum stairs and yell ALL COMMON LABORERS, PLEASE REPORT TO THE SANCTUM, I HAVE AN ANNOUNCEMENT.” I then wait for them to gather, and the 50 laborers to still, and become quiet. I then say “Ok then, I have an announcement. We will be forming a band/elite military force. I will now test you all to see who is the best for each position. There will be vocals, guitar, bass, piano, and drums. I have created samples of each instrument up here, and I can amplify your voice with this rounded piece of wood I enchanted with Sonic magic, so please come up and test yourselves. There will be three trials for every instrument; The first to weed out the ones unfit for it completely, the second to see who has potential, and the third to choose the best of them. The first test for guitar will be to pick which of these ten I have created on the steps are correctly tuned. It’s basically the same for all of them, because before you use an instrument or microphone, you need to know if it’s doing the correct thing. Now go!” I sat back in a chair as I watched, and then counted up who passed. It was 12 for the guitar, 7 for the bass, 9 for the piano, 5 for the drums, and 18 for the microphone. As I watched those who didn’t get any of them right mill away, I addressed the ones who were left and began the second trial. I gave them musical notations of a random song, and told me which one looked correct. Even though they were never taught this, this will show who has innate talent for this. It then became 4 for the guitar, 3 for the bass, 4 for the piano, 2 for the drums, and 6 for vocals. In the end, I had them use the instrument or instruments they were qualified for, and play them as best as they could with no prior practices or knowledge. It was a hard choice, but in the end it was narrowed down to a great team. Sea Lions on vocals and piano, walruses on drums and bass, and a seal on the guitar. And so the band was named Pinnipedia, and their training in military-grade music would begin.
XP: 1480

 
Flag Post

Topic: Forum Games / Creators RPG (rules & info on post 4)

Azuma Kazuma [Titles]
After my few hours of rest, I descend from my place of rest to judge the breads that have been created. From among the nine, there are two croissants, five baguettes, and two pain brié. I look at each sample, and immediately point to five of them and go “You all fail. I can tell by just looking at them; Anyone could make bread of that skill. You aren’t worthy of being called a baker.” I then try one of the two remaining baguettes, and bite into it. It’s nice, but something’s missing. After a moment of tasting I go "It’s good, but this is clearly the wrong texture for the baguette; And when that happens, it’s either a mistake or innovation; And this is clearly not the later. You are dismissed. I then try the other baguette and eat it. It’s very good; Better then the previous one, and it has no obvious mistakes. I wipe the crumb from my mouth and go “You pass, this is good. Not up to snuff for being called a good baker, but you’re on the way there.” I then take the croissant and bite into it. It’s good, but then I glare at the wastebin near him. I see that the first time he attempted this, he folded it one too many times, creating a croissant with too many thin layers, one that would burn, ruining the fluffy texture that the many thin layers are meant to create. I finish, and go “You pass, though remember not to burn it.” and then eat the last one, a pain brié. I bite into it. It’s basically nondescript. Nothing special, nothing not, like he’s a clean slate. I wait a moment, wondering if this is good enough, but then thinking to pass him, because there’s only three of them. I say “Well, you pass, but barely. Work on it in you spare time. You three are my apprentices, the best bakers in the empire. Those six will be trained, but they’ll most likely go to some small bakery and never go above their meager positions. But you, you have promise! If we train you correctly, we’ll have some marvelous bakers. Over the next week, I want you to study, and create a good bread. After this, we’ll begin the next trials. Until then.” I finish, and I stroll away, thinking this is the hope of our nation. I then go back, and decide to create more pinnipeds, as common laborers and minute specializations will be needed. After this, I go to bed for the night.
XP: 6505
[Note: 6 more days until you go back to baking a/ military trainings.]
Devvy-poo, how much would Sound cost at the first few levels?

 
Flag Post

Topic: Forum Games / The General Thread (A.K.A. Funky Town)


How the fuck did I get to the top of a subreddit.

 
Flag Post

Topic: Forum Games / Creators RPG (rules & info on post 4)

Azuma Kazuma, Walrus Baker with a Town, and 35 Soldiers, 9 Bakers, and 9 Laborers, plus a giant Sea Lion.
I wake up from my slumber, and then I proceed to the steps of the Sanctum. I see my troops, large and fit, ready for battle, but inexperienced in the ways of war. I lead them to the barracks, one of the specialized buildings I made when constructing the town, and then set them out specified areas of residence, and a harsh daily regimen, and instruct the oversized Sea Lion to enforce it. You then tell them that they’ll begin doing that next week, but for the first week, they’ll have a special task. You tell them that on this planet, it is very desolate and barren, but it has such things as fish, and occasionally edible plants popping up in the wild. You take them 10 miles away from the city, and assign them survival training in an exceptionally dangerous mountain range of ice and rock, with a few plants sprinkled in the area, and small creatures around, but mostly they’ll have to find fish underground. I waltz away, wishing them luck, before meeting up with the bakers, and assigning them the task of creating my a good french bread of their choice by 9 PM, to decide how many of them picking up my learning quickly, and who has true talent. I then retire to my chambers for a bit, and I come up with the idea of setting up an automated ice-fishing operation somewhere for food later, as fish store well when salted, and you can find salt in abundance when the planet is covered in ice, plenty of frozen over lakes and such will have it. You think about this, and other things for your future, and then go back to resting so you’re up to a good ol’ bread tasting later.
XP: 6180

 
Flag Post

Topic: Forum Games / Creators RPG (rules & info on post 4)

Azuma Kazuma
I continue, leading my lecture among the paths of the basic rules of baking, what leavening is, what ingredients are stple additions to breads, and then moving onto breads around the world and how to bake them. While I didn’t get over nearly everything, it’s a good beginning to the training process, which will allow them to become talented bakers later. I lead them back to the town and set them up in a set of houses close to the palace, and instruct them to return to me at 4 PM tomorrow for further training, and then I go to my home, the temple/palace, which for future reference, I shall call Sanctum. Figuring I didn’t actually create much today, I attempt to make one over-sized member of the clade pinnipedia, not really caring what it is as long as it’s strong. I then attempt to create as many walruses as possible, as securing a military will be of much import soon, and I’m going to bed anyway so might as well exhaust my energies.
XP: 4830

 
Flag Post

Topic: Forum Games / Creators RPG (rules & info on post 4)

Azuma Kazuma [Titles]
I create earthenware ovens and cooking ware from my earth powers, and then demonstrate the basics of this art. I wave my hand, and out of thin air, two bunches of air. One is ripe, one is not. I begin speaking. “Firstly, to create the dough for bread, you will need three ingredients; water, flour, and yeast. There are many types of yeast, but the one we will need is bakers yeast; If you use the incorrect kind, your bread will not rise, and your dough will be alcoholic; Bakers and Brewers dough can be found in ripe grapes such as these, and other ripened fruits and such, but since it’s a small-scale thing, I’ll just create the yeast we need, so we won’t need to know this yet. BUT, it is important to know the difference between ripened and unripened fruit, which is what I’m showing here. In the left hand, I hold ripe fruit, and in the right, ripened fruit. Keep their various smells and such in your heart so you can identify them in the future. Now, water is fairly simple, but for flour, we’ll need to construct a farm and process grain into it in the future. Though, once again, I’ll just create it for now. Now, we mix them together like so-” as Azuma stops for a moment and puts flour, yeast, and water into a bowl, kneading them with his hands “-and then we continue kneading it until it’s ready based on the bread. But remember this basic thing about creating dough; The ratio of water to flour is one of the most important things in a bread; It affects texture and crumb the most. For example, a soft table bread will need less water and more flour, while a hard artisan bread with a coarser crumb will need more water. Oh, and as you see, I’m kneading this because it’s a fairly dry dough, but if it’s wet enough, you won’t need to knead, which creates a no-knead bread which you just leave to ferment for a long time. Anyway, it’s important to knead a bread, because if you don’t, it will collapse, leaving a heavy and dense loaf. We’ll take a break right now, any questions?”
XP: 4195

 
Flag Post

Topic: Forum Games / Creators RPG (rules & info on post 4)

[The derp is real on my part. And yay, Exp. spent.]
Azuma Kazuma
As the being approached me I say “Wait, THE FUCK, YOU GUYS CAN TALK!?!??!” and then bring the nine along with me, to begin their training. Taking his suggestion to heart, I have them dig out a small cave with their tusks and my help over the period of a day for their first task, and then I attempt to create mana-infused crystals to spring up over the place. I then tell them “Now, our training shall begin. Our extreme training in the amazing art of BAKING.”
XP: 4125
Skills
Ice(interm)
Earth(interm)
Water(interm)
Light(interm)
Dark(interm)
Astral(interm)
Life(trainee)
Wind(interm)
Pinnpeds(trainee)

 
Flag Post

Topic: Forum Games / Creators RPG (rules & info on post 4)

Buy Intermediate Fire
Buy Trainee Pinnipeds
Buy Life Average if possible
XP: 3900
Azuma Kazuma [Titles]
Realizing this would take nearly two weeks, I figure it’d be better to just train the 15 I created and the three I already had, since efficiency brah. I then take them to the tower located in the main homestead, and force them to go into the dark half for one hour. If they’re corrupted, attempt to cleanse them in the light tower, but judge them unworthy for training. If they aren’t, then take them and assess their numbers, then begin training.
Skills
Skills
Ice(interm)
Earth(interm)
Water(interm)
Light(interm)
Dark(interm)
Astral(interm)
Life(trainee)
Wind(interm)
Pinnpeds(Basic)

 
Flag Post

Topic: Forum Games / Creators RPG (rules & info on post 4)

[I know that, I was telling you to buy those is if it cost 1225 or less, since I said I had 2225. But yeah, still would like to buy intermediate fire and trainee Pinnipeds. Also, I never made anyone in that town, but sweg, they magically appeared just to worship me. Well, scratch that, I did have the three animals, so that works.]
XP: 3275
Azuma Kazuma, Walrus Baking Lord w/ a Planet and Tower, and a Town
I wake up, and then proceed in creating the rest of the town. I designate the one half that isn’t in the center for homes for my creatures, then I scratch out the other half for the rest of the city. It gets broken down into large industrial and commercial sections, and then the rest gets broken down into small sections to do more nuanced things. It’s all made out of sandy colored rock, except the palace/temple, which is made of white stone. The walkways around the city are smooth black granite, and then I create a gate out of the city, large red doors made of ice which contrast heavily against the walls. Being very tired, I figure creating the creatures to occupy this city and letting them go about their business would be the last step in this, I create 800 beings to populate the homes, which seems pretty reasonable considering the take up about half a square mile, leaving plenty of space for large homes. I then promptly pass out, hoping for easier expansion later once my endurance is greater, and the camps are smaller.

 
Flag Post

Topic: Forum Games / Creators RPG (rules & info on post 4)

[I’ll buy intermediate/basic fire and trainee Pineepeds since I assume 2225 XP is enough to do this. If buying them puts me below 1000, tell me before doing it.]
Azuma Kazuma, Walrus Baking Lord w/ a Planet and Tower, and some Walls
I begin constructing the city, attempting to raise a 500×500 foot building in the center of the city, a place of worship, and residence for me. I then begin building the interior, making it the skeleton of a palace and temple. After a few hours, I’ve made the main chamber into a shrine of worship where people can come and pay their respects to the gods, which I have created to be easy to put into the minds of creatures I make upon their creation, a fictional religion of my own making, which places me as a demigod, stopping any real possibilities for major rebellion, even when they get higher sentience. I then outfit the rest of the place to be a living quarters, with a kitchen, bedrooms, and relaxation rooms. With that finished, I surround it with a market, the outlines of stalls made in stone, but without anything inside them. I then lie down for the night, exhausted from this exertion, ready to finish creating the buildings tomorrow.

 
Flag Post

Topic: Forum Games / Creators RPG (rules & info on post 4)

Originally posted by qwertyuiopazs:

Dude
I workout

Originally posted by yeasy:

[I was thinkin’ about joining (when my laptop broke), but my decision was delayed by endless indecision seeing GM/player hybrid concept. Could you explain its function? Is it enemy, kind of NPC?]


Avadon is bored so he makes players and gives them OP powers and more luck wilst trying to make them seem balanced

No, his name is Dev, Devvy, Developous, or Devvy-poo, don’t call him Avadon.
[How much XP for intermediate fire and and trainee Pinnepeds?]
Azuma Kazuma, Walrus Baking Lord w/ a Planet and Tower
I flop through the portal, thinking that this creator is probably some psychotic nutjob who rants about some shitty concept with arguments that seem to be constructed by flipping to random pages of a dictionary for the words, and then changing it every time some one asked, then calling them terrorists or something when they didn’t agree with you. Anyway, I don’t really care, I got a fuckin’ planet! I go through the portal, and I isolate a square mile of land with a wall of rocks, as this will be the first settlement on this world.
 
Flag Post

Topic: Forum Games / Creators RPG (rules & info on post 4)

2075 XP.
Azuma Kazuma, Walrus Baking Lord with a planet
I say “no”, and flop away, to create an archway on the other side of my little home, which leads into a circle of stone, with a tower popping out of it, half from the top of the stone, half from the bottom. The top half of it is made of a white material that seems smooth to the touch, representing light and purity. The bottom half is made of a coarse black stone that eminates darkness and corruption. I then hop in the pool of water while the walrus randomly licks the creators face, and the seal gnaws on his leg a bit.

 
Flag Post

Topic: Forum Games / Creators RPG (rules & info on post 4)

Azuma Kazuma, Walrus Baking Lord
You walk up to him, your idiotic creatures flopping behind you, approaching the man/person/it/no appearance previously noted in your post so idfk and speak to them saying “So, you’re the one who gave this land? What do you want in return, and is it biscuits. Mmmm biscuits.”

 
Flag Post

Topic: Forum Games / The General Thread (A.K.A. Funky Town)

Originally posted by FelineForumer:
Originally posted by BLOODYRAIN10001:

I haven’t heard of that mod, I should try it, I always used to like Marathon length games. Also, did they limit him to one, or is it just because it hasn’t been a week, because you don’t have to make the game immediately when you get the approvals.

Eternity is one step up from Marathon, and it also add many more techs before and after the usual tech tree, along with inbetween. Also, it expands the Religion concepts.

Also, I think it would probably be best to link the mod post here, so you can read it for youself the circumstances.

K then, sounds like a good mod, I’ll be looking it up.

 
Flag Post

Topic: Forum Games / The General Thread (A.K.A. Funky Town)

Originally posted by FelineForumer:
Originally posted by BLOODYRAIN10001:

You could just ask in the Master Thread for three approvals for a second game slot, it’d be nice to see you running a game for over a week for once, you actually make good games, even if they follow a similar formula, but they all end extremely quickly.

He is only allowed one game at this time, and can’t make a second game, either on his Avadon account or an alt account.

Originally posted by BLOODYRAIN10001:

I liked Civ IV a lot, but I consider both about as good, except IV gets the edge because I love the scenarios and the fact that I feel that religion has more depth. Plus, it has Ryse and Fall, <3

Caveman 2 Cosmos is actually a fairly nice mod for Civ 4. Played on Eternity and the largest world map, it can make for a really time consuming game.

I haven’t heard of that mod, I should try it, I always used to like Marathon length games. Also, did they limit him to one, or is it just because it hasn’t been a week, because you don’t have to make the game immediately when you get the approvals.

 
Flag Post

Topic: Forum Games / Creators RPG (rules & info on post 4)

Azuma Kazuma, Walrus Baking Lord
I look around, admiring what I’ve made, and I ring the flower beds around the little ice plateau, with the same kinds of ice columns ringing around parts of it, with more ice connecting all the columns from the top. [Imagine a ring of flower beds separated by columns of ice that surround each side, and the top of all the columns are connected by a big ring of ice. Pretty much the outside ring.] I then focus, and my work on making the outside impossible to fall off of and pretty done, I imagine three animals, a walrus, a seal, and sea lion. Looking closely at each, you determine the walrus to be the one with the most potential, as it is closest to your secondary form, and attempt to create another two of them, as to later experiment into making these creatures into superior beings to their brother animals.
Skills
Ice(interm)
Earth(interm)
Water(interm)
Light(interm)
Dark(interm)
Astral(interm)
Life(trainee)
Wind(interm)
Pinnpeds(Basic)
Exp.
210

 
Flag Post

Topic: Forum Games / The General Thread (A.K.A. Funky Town)

Originally posted by Avadon42:
Originally posted by FelineForumer:
Originally posted by Avadon42:

I’m already thinking about abandoning creators for an experiment based game.

Sorry, Avadon, but it still hasn’t been a full week since you started Creators, so if you did abandon, you wouldn’t be able to create the game immediately.

Originally posted by jerenator:

Oh man. Brave New World is the shit.

Personally, I like Civilization 4 better, mostly because I don’t like the changes in the tech tree and such between Civ 4/Civ 5.

You had to egg it on. And yes, I’m cynical in this case.

You could just ask in the Master Thread for three approvals for a second game slot, it’d be nice to see you running a game for over a week for once, you actually make good games, even if they follow a similar formula, but they all end extremely quickly.

 
Flag Post

Topic: Forum Games / Creators RPG (rules & info on post 4)

Azuma Kazuma, Walrus Baking Lord
I focus, attempting to create and hem of rocks around this land to keep it a bit secured, and then imagine a small bed of flowers forming, the first bit of life to bloom in this empty world, on this small piece of land I call home. After this, I form a couple small pillars of ice out of the ground, on either side of the flower bed, and attempt to force wind against it, and see how the sharp blades of it can chip away at it, to create a natural masterpiece.
Skills
Ice(interm)
Earth(interm)
Water(interm)
Light(interm)
Dark(interm)
Astral(interm)
Life(trainee)
Wind(interm)
Exp.
390
If I have enough to specialize in creating Pinnipeds [Manatees, Walruses, Seals, several extinct species] then spend it on that, if not, keep it hoarded.

 
Flag Post

Topic: Forum Games / The General Thread (A.K.A. Funky Town)

Originally posted by FelineForumer:
Originally posted by Avadon42:

I’m already thinking about abandoning creators for an experiment based game.

Sorry, Avadon, but it still hasn’t been a full week since you started Creators, so if you did abandon, you wouldn’t be able to create the game immediately.

Originally posted by jerenator:

Oh man. Brave New World is the shit.

Personally, I like Civilization 4 better, mostly because I don’t like the changes in the tech tree and such between Civ 4/Civ 5.

I liked Civ IV a lot, but I consider both about as good, except IV gets the edge because I love the scenarios and the fact that I feel that religion has more depth. Plus, it has Ryse and Fall, <3