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Topic: Forum Games: Forum Games / FGF Top Trumps 2015 Tournament (Sign-Ups OPEN)

Well, I don’t really mind either way.

 
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Topic: Forum Games: Forum Games / FGF Top Trumps 2015 Tournament (Sign-Ups OPEN)

Sign me up, punk. And I think I should get a special bonus for having one of my stats be the highest overall out of all players.

 
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Topic: Forum Games: Forum Games / The Game Development Thread

Since Blood’s brought up cross-site game running, I too am running a game on RP Guild. This one is a Warhammer 40,000 game… except it’s actually a Warhammer 30,000 game, staged in an alternate timeline of sorts. If you have interest in it, come take a look.

 
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Topic: Forum Games: Forum Games / Dalibor: Battle For The Crown [Signups~2 Spots Left!]

Originally posted by Kuzco12:
Originally posted by BCLEGENDS:

Most broken character I’ve ever seen. salty poison user here, i know my stuff
The synergy of cloud of death and the passive is just… If such a synergy would exist, the passive should be an active instead. Plus, full immunity to negative status effects is OP. Unless there is a super heal cleric, you aren’t going down at all, by anyone.

It may surprise you to learn that that’s the point. He’s a regen tank. He’s meant to heal back from damage taken. The synergy is intended to facilitate self-healing. Notice how high his health is, and how comparatively low most of his other stats are? His defenses are relatively low, for one, and his speed is at most half of any other current character’s speed, which suggests to me that he’ll probably only move once for every two attacks made against him, if that. It’s hardly my problem if your character is badly specced for a fight against him.

 
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Topic: Forum Games: Forum Games / Dalibor: Battle For The Crown [Signups~2 Spots Left!]

Name: Gulag Splaid
Bio: Before he was of any note, Gulag was part of an extremely poor family that for all intents and purposes lived off of the charity of others. His father was almost constantly drunk, his mother was often taking far worse drugs than alcohol, and Gulag himself was an emaciated runt, barely surviving from day to day off of what he could steal from the pockets of those in the streets he frequented. Sometimes he got lucky, and found a very rich person to nab something from unseen; usually he didn’t, and pinched pennies from those as poor as himself. Naturally, this impoverished environment is not complete without the appropriate bouts of child abuse, and this was fulfilled by how mean of a drunk his father was. The worst injury Gulag ever received was an arm broken in two places by his father, something which never healed correctly, leaving him lame in that arm for the remainder of his childhood, with a close second place being the loss of an eye to his at-the-time deranged mother.
At this point, I wish to quell any thoughts that this is a story with a happy ending. Gulag’s mother eventually died through a combination of long-term drug abuse and an overdose of something Gulag has no knowledge of, whilst his father eventually settled down from angry drunk to stupor drunk, ultimately followed by comatose-and-in-hospital drunk, leaving Gulag to effectively raise himself from fifteen to twenty. Not long after that, he found himself sucked into a gang called the Deathbangers, and over the next few years cemented himself as a notable and relevant member – whilst he’d never be top of the pile thanks to his various maimed body parts and lack of structure, he was at least respected for his tenacity and unwillingness to give up. How much this actually contributed to his personality was another story, since the Deathbangers (as one might expect) primarily dealt in businesses of death – drug dealing, turf wars, and, rarely, mercenary work to kill off prolific members of society. It was one such contract that led Gulag to acquire his Transcendent Flair.
At the age of about twenty five, the Deathbangers were hired by an anonymous individual to break into the home of one of his rivals, and engage in what he called “hyperviolence” to as great a degree as possible. In other words, to torture his target and anyone else in the house to as great an extent as they could manage. Naturally, the entire gang leapt at the proposition, none moreso than Gulag, for his experiences had carved him into a cruel and rather psychically disgusting individual. The gang promptly raided the house- more of a mansion, for only the rich would have the means to kill the rich- slaying a great many security guards along the way, and often splitting up to cover as much ground as they could. It was one such split that found Gulag alone in one of the more secluded areas of the house, and subsequently got him lost for an hour or so as he attempted to maneuver through the winding hallways. Eventually, he found himself in an area that, under normal circumstances, only the owner of the house herself should have had access to; however, prolific use of his weapon and stolen guard passes where appropriate allowed him to break through a number of secure doorways, and ultimately find his way into the final chamber.
This is where he found a black dagger, partially hidden in the darkness of the room and apparently crafted from a single piece of metal. It seemed like a somewhat random object to be hiding in such a secure location, as Gulag’s upbringing was such that he did not yet know of the objects called Transcendent Flairs; thus, as many people would, his curiosity led him to walk up to the dagger and grasp its handle. The whole thing, he found, was covered in slime; yet this barely fased him compared to the voice that began to speak in his head. It was a horrific voice, as if the speaker were gargling blood and rust all at once. It was a voice that spoke of his past, of how disturbed he was, and of how suitable that made him for its needs. It spoke of the future too, of how as of that moment, Gulag had become the scion, nay the high priest, of the thing that called itself the Rotlord, the Plague Master, the Toxic King, the Bilious Slick and the Defiler of Purity, and how with its help, they would ascend to greatness and plunge the world into vileness and venom, pus and pandemic.
Against his will, Gulag turned the athame upon himself, and plunged it deep into his stomach.
His next moment of consciousness came as he found himself in the midst of his fellow gang members, currently torturing their employer’s target and two of her bodyguards. At least one of them asked about how disturbingly ill he looked, how there was literally a dagger in his stomach, and how widely he was smiling, but he couldn’t care less. Though there was a gaping hole in his stomach and poison running through his body like wildfire, he had never felt better, more alive, more absolutely fantastic than he did right then. With the cruelest of laughter, he turned upon his own gang members heedless of their attacks, butchering many of them, and letting many more perish from the disease and venom that infested their bodies, rendering them down into a toxic gruel of flesh, fat and bone that, once all was said and done, Gulag found himself devouring ravenously, as though he’d never eaten before in his life and didn’t care what went into his body.
This changed his form gruesomely. It seemed that every gram of the substance he ate added to his body mass, enlarging it first to normal weight, then to obesity, and then again to inhuman height and muscle, and then to yet more fat on top of this, until his oversized gut finally tore open along the stab wound, collapsing his abdominal cavity and exposing his internal organs to the air. He barely noticed, continuing to eat heedlessly until the dagger fell from his stomach at last, and only then did he pick the object up once again to receive his next order. The Rotlord spoke again, telling him of the coming Dalibor Tournament, which would decide in the next couple of weeks who would be the next King of Dalibor, and that this would be his route to greatness, and to the imposition of the Rotlord over all others. He listened, and obeyed.
Class: Toxin Mage
Description: Gulag is huge for a human being, at least ten feet tall and bulging with excessive fat and, under this, quite notable amounts of muscle. He appears to be quite horribly poisoned or diseased, extraordinarily pale with streaks of green running through his veins and under his skin, and his flesh almost appears to be rotting away for how gangrenous it is. Most notably, his left arm is badly deformed, and he is missing his right eye, though he oddly seems to function just fine despite this. Over this display, he wears the same clothing as he had on immediately prior to his transformation, a rough black shirt and trousers, though both have been torn to shreds after his transformation, such that the trousers are barely more than short shorts covering his groin, whilst his shirt has stretched and torn into more of a too-small vest, pretty much failing to hide anything beyond his shoulders.
Transcendent Flair: Athame of the Rotlord. This weapon is covered in a slippery green slime, making it rather difficult for any to wield other than the Rotlord’s chosen; in Gulag’s hands, it appears to be far too small to be effective, though his slashes and blows can be quite vicious nonetheless for the sheer strength behind them. Additionally, though it is not at first obvious, it possesses an aura of toxicity that repels most who become aware of it, as though they are inherently aware of how septic such an object is. The reason the weapon is so inherently inclined toward disease and death is because it either contains or channels the spirit of an entity called by a number of names, most prolifically the Rotlord; what this entity is exactly is somewhat unclear, with some of those who know it exists claiming it is a deity, and others that it is but a vengeful ghost, but it is strong enough to empower the faithful regardless, and it has the ultimate goal of plunging the world into a hellish nightmare of disease and decay, where all living beings fall into its thrall, infested with illness, poison, and venom beyond what any creature could survive, and yet living on zombie-like nonetheless.

Stats
HP: 200
MP: 40
ATK: 40
DEF: 25
MDEF: 20
SPD: 20

Skills
Cloud of Death (Active/UTF/Magical): A spray of superheated blood flies forth from Gulag’s body, usually either the gash in his stomach or his crippled arm, covering his target and boiling the skin from their body, and afterwards coating the area around both fighters with disease and poison. Deals 1d8 base damage plus ATK modifier to a single target, and inflicts damage over time to every fighter in the arena for 5% of their maximum health per turn for three turns, including Gulag himself (this stacks with itself and any other DoT effects inflicted upon them). Costs 10 MP to use, and has a cooldown of two turns.
Projectile Vomit (Active/Physical): Gulag spews up a torrent of toxic stomach acid in a stream over his foe, blasting them back a significant distance. Deals 2d6 base damage plus ATK modifier to a single target, inflicts damage over time upon the target for 10% of their maximum health per turn for two turns, and reduces their SPD by 10 for two turns as they struggle to right themselves in the pool of acid and slime they’re melting into (this stacks with itself and any other DoT effects inflicted upon them). Costs 15 MP to use, and has a cooldown of three turns.

Rotlord’s Blessing (Passive): Inverts the effect of poison-based damage and effects upon the bearer – damage over time from poison becomes regeneration on a 1:1 basis, whilst poison-element damage from attacks instead heals Gulag for half the damage that would have been dealt; similarly, stat-lowering or other detrimental effects, such as MP drain, based on envenoming the target are also inverted, increasing the corresponding stat or affected value instead. This inversion does not apply to any other long-term effects, including positive status buffs like regeneration, nor does it affect normal healing or non-poison-type damage.

 
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Topic: Forum Games: Forum Games / Dalibor: Battle For The Crown [Signups~2 Spots Left!]

Originally posted by ilovekirby12:

@BC
Only the 50 Hp points is free. The other stat’s minimum you must allocate stat points to it to reach the minimum.

See, I’m just not sure why you’d give us 200 stat points if 70 of them have to be spent anyway to reach the minimum stat values that every character has to reach. It’s inefficient. Like, for example, why not set the starting values of each stat at what the current minimum number of points to be put into it is, and just give players 150 points or so to play around with instead of 200? That’s slightly more stat points than they’d otherwise have, true, but 150’s still a round value, and it gets around the mathematics behind “you need to put this many points into stats in this particular manner”. Makes it more freeform, if you will?

 
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Topic: Forum Games: Forum Games / Dalibor: Battle For The Crown [Signups~2 Spots Left!]

Reserve sign. I don’t know how long it’ll take me to make my character, so this is just to ensure I have a place. I’d also like to clarify: is the minimum for any stat given to the player for free, or does it drain from their total available stat points? Because they might as well be under the same system as HP is and have those stat minimums for free, if they have to spend that many points to get them anyway.

 
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Topic: Forum Games: Forum Games / JoJo's Cultist Adventure [Signups & Discussion] [Signups always open]

Contrary to popular belief, I do exist. However, I’ve apparently lost all my motivation to keep going with a lot of RPs, hence why my posting has dropped off here as well as in other games on Kongregate. That’s a bad thing for me, and I’m very sorry for it. That said, I can try to make another post as Joan, and see how that goes?

 
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Topic: Forum Games: Forum Games / The General Thread

Originally posted by FlyingCat:

Since Pokemon gets talked about here occasionally, if anyone is interested in getting a Hoopa and is in Europe right now, you can download a Hoopa by using the code hoopa2016.

Originally posted by reaper765:

Esoteric is not giving the credit it deserves, virtually every thing I say is some obscure and esoteric reference to something mildly popular.

But is it as obscure as spirit fisticuffs werewolf?

Originally posted by reaper765:

Check out the new avatar, it’s to commemorate my new hero, Ghost Bear.

Sounds like a lot of Hoopla to me. The spirit wolf Gara is better than both of those. And are you sure you don’t mean Three Wolf Moon?

 
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Topic: Forum Games: Forum Games / [Always open][LABYRINTHIUM] Season 2 | Sign-ups, mechanics, chat and OOC discussion

I feel like trying to harvest an orc penis is completely unnecessary. I’m going to say as his finisher that it’s just… all of the orc’s flesh is mush now, after being mutilated beyond recognition by those Arcane Missiles. You have a problem, FC… and that problem is making murderhobo characters. Seriously, WHY would anybody wants to harvest an orc penis? That’s absurd.

 
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Topic: Forum Games: Forum Games / The General Thread

Hello, humans!

 
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Topic: Forum Games: Forum Games / JoJo's Cultist Adventure [Signups & Discussion] [Signups always open]

So is there any good reason this has crashed and burned, or has everybody just arbitrarily decided it’s ending right after my last post IC?

 
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Topic: Forum Games: Forum Games / [Always open][LABYRINTHIUM] Season 2 | Sign-ups, mechanics, chat and OOC discussion

Originally posted by Kuzco12:

I ate the leg! GM plz achievement earned or smth? Surely there must have been a purpose to my moronic endeavor to taste orc meat.
…Or I’ll steal Elistine’s “trophy” and grill it too.

Originally posted by Ganthro:

Erisol ninja’d me for the finish. Will the rivalry ever end?

Also, is Elistine still going to harvest the orc’s thing?

You know what? Let’s pretend Erisol’s attack completely mulched the orc’s flesh to the point that there’s nothing to be removed from him, okay? Just his clothes and stuff left or whatever.

 
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Topic: Forum Games: Forum Games / [Always Open][LABYRINTHIUM] Season 2 | Game Thread. Day 2, "The King's Gambit"

[Here have a finisher. I’m still going to let yeasy parse it, because I am a butt like that. c:]

Erisol Capora
Alright, this is getting ridiculous. I’ve had to wait for my spells to recharge or what have you for a while, meaning I’ve had to watch this scene unfold in the stupidest manner possible. For some reason, one of the group wants to… remove the orc leader’s genitals? And everyone else is just acting up like madmen. I think I’d best put the creature out of its misery; with that decided, I promptly summon up some Arcane Missiles, and send them flying toward the orc leader in an effort to finish him off quickly.



Actions
Primary – Arcane Missiles (targeting Orc Leader)
Secondary – N/A

Stats
HP: 36/36
AS: 0.4
DMG: 13
DEF: 2

Weapon
N/A

 
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Topic: Forum Games: Forum Games / [Always open][LABYRINTHIUM] Season 2 | Sign-ups, mechanics, chat and OOC discussion

Alright, I have no idea what’s going on right now. Are we still in that one massive fight against like nine orcs?

 
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Topic: Forum Games: Forum Games / Applebottom's Exceptionals II [Signups & Discussion] [Signups Open]

Fair warning, but I’m going to potentially (not definitely) be without internet access for about a week from Monday. I might be able to post and stuff, but if I can’t, just be aware that I could vanish from the internet for a while, and etcetera.

 
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Topic: Forum Games: Forum Games / [Always open][LABYRINTHIUM] Season 2 | Sign-ups, mechanics, chat and OOC discussion

Fair warning, but I’m going to potentially (not definitely) be without internet access for about a week from Monday. I might be able to post and stuff, but if I can’t, just be aware that I could vanish from the internet for a while, and etcetera.

 
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Topic: Forum Games: Forum Games / Nations of the World 3 [Update/OOC Thread][Reserve spots open for sign-ups]

Fair warning, but I’m going to potentially (not definitely) be without internet access for about a week from Monday. I might be able to post and stuff, but if I can’t, just be aware that I could vanish from the internet for a while, and etcetera.

 
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Topic: Forum Games: Forum Games / [Always open][LABYRINTHIUM] Season 2 | Sign-ups, mechanics, chat and OOC discussion

I don’t understand why everybody is letting that one orc run off to sound the alarm. That’s going to make everything so much harder for us.

 
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Topic: Forum Games: Forum Games / [Always Open][LABYRINTHIUM] Season 2 | Game Thread. Day 2, "The King's Gambit"

Erisol Capora
Fucking hell, are these people retarded? I can’t kill him on my own, damn it! ‘Go fer the orc that’s runnin’ away, you asshats!’ I yell, conjuring myself an Acid Arrow in order to weaken said orc’s resistances, and hopefully let it be killed before it can set said alarm off. Mother of shit.


Actions
Primary – Acid Arrow (targeting Orc (1))
Secondary – N/A

Stats
HP: 36/36
AS: 0.4
DMG: 12
DEF: 2

Weapon
N/A

 
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Topic: Forum Games: Forum Games / [Always Open][LABYRINTHIUM] Season 2 | Game Thread. Day 2, "The King's Gambit"

Erisol Capora
And of course they’re all ignoring the orc heading towards the alarm switch. Most of them, anyway. Must I do everything myself? Summoning up some Arcane Missiles, I send them towards the orc in question, aiming to end him before he can escape.



Actions
Primary – Arcane Missiles (targeting Orc (1))
Secondary – N/A

Stats
HP: 36/36
AS: 0.4
DMG: 12
DEF: 2

Weapon
N/A

 
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Topic: Forum Games: Forum Games / [Always Open][LABYRINTHIUM] Season 2 | Game Thread. Day 2, "The King's Gambit"

Erisol Capora
Alright, so that was a waste of my time. I take a couple of minutes to look around whilst everyone else heads off, but it doesn’t seem like much of anything is available, so I ultimately follow after the others. Since I have nothing better to do, after all.
Aaaaand we’re almost immediately in another fight. This time, it’s orcs, apparently attacking another member of our group, and drawing the other group members into a fight. Well, this should at least be more interesting than the joke of a battle I fought just a moment ago. I think, since it doesn’t look like anybody’s trying to kill him, I’ll go ahead and try to put the leader figure to sleep. We’ll see how much of a threat he is when he’s dozing for a few minutes.


Actions
Primary – Sleep (targeting Orc Leader)
Secondary – N/A

Stats
HP: 36/36
AS: 0.4
DMG: 12
DEF: 2

Weapon
N/A

 
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Topic: Forum Games: Forum Games / [Game-Related] Cards Against Humanity!

Originally posted by FelineForumer:
Originally posted by BCLEGENDS:

Password is plzhalpdrrichard.

We need some more people to make this game amazing. =3

Agreed. By the way, the code to add BLOODY’s FGF deck into a game is “/addcardcast CXPQS”. I’m not sure why he hasn’t said this himself yet.

 
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Topic: Forum Games: Forum Games / [Game-Related] Cards Against Humanity!

Password is plzhalpdrrichard.

 
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Topic: Forum Games: Forum Games / [Always Open][LABYRINTHIUM] Season 2 | Game Thread. Day 2, "The King's Gambit"

Erisol Capora
Alright, well, the web’s off me, and there’s loot to be had. And if I’m not quick, everyone else is going to get it before I can gather anything up. ‘Remember, group leader gets first pick of the loot!’ I call out, quickly beginning to look around the place for something to obtain, be it money or equipment, and perhaps prising open a cocoon or two if needs must.

[Erisol starts searching for loot.]