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Topic: Forum Games / [Always open][LABYRINTHIUM] Heroes - Day 9: Not Done Yet

Aya

Seeing that the orc was pleased, she took a moment to check what she actually bought. When she realized that it seemed like a dress, she quickly, but carefully, folds it and carries it under her one arm.

Looking around, she sees that Woofy managed to open a new path, so she goes through the doorway and looks around.

 
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Topic: Forum Games / The General Thread

Originally posted by RaceBandit:
I just realized that with the Journals setup being revamped/streamlined, I may have to alter some flavor text

Good luck with the game.


While I am at it, I might as well announce that I am now going to be busy Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and every other Thursdays. (Actually, I have been busy these days for a few weeks now, but I haven’t formally announced why.)

You know, the typical yadda yadda real life yadda yadda, but if you want to know why or more specific details, feel free to PM me. =3

 
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Topic: Forum Games / The General Thread

Originally posted by TheAznSensation:
would you hate me if I tried and couldn’t commit @ _ @ ?

“It is better to have tried and failed than to never have tried at all.”

But in all seriousness, I don’t think anyone would hold it against you.

 
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Topic: Forum Games / [Always open][LABYRINTHIUM] Heroes - Day 9: Not Done Yet

Aya

Having stumbled a bit from the impact with the giant skeleton, she slowly picked herself up from the ground. Dusting herself off, she was suddenly approached by an orc. The orc seemed familiar, but it was kind of hard to tell them apart.

He was holding something out, and when he talked, what he said took her off guard. The offer was out of the blue, and the fact the orc seemed to know she was female was unexpected. She couldn’t help but think about how the orcs kept calling her female, and how she could fix that. Taking a moment to think about the offer, she takes out her money and counts out 150 C. That hunting ended up being profitable, and if this guy wanted the money, she was not one to refuse. After that, she holds out the money.


Aya hold out 150 C

 
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Topic: Forum Games / [RP] Seraphic Legacy [MAIN GAME] [SIGNUPS ALWAYS OPEN]

Cenric

There was no talking as both men navigated the dark tunnels, which the navigation mostly consisted of following the path for an undetermined length of time before suddenly taking a sharp turn down a previously unseen passageway. It soon became slightly disorienting trying to think about where they were going, but after what seemed like a few minutes of walking, they both entered a cavern that Cenric remembered previously excavating but not where it is relative to others or when he did excavate it. It was overly larger than the one that had the demon in it, and crawling with exorcists who were frantically moving about.

The man leading him stopped in the middle of the cavern, takes a large sweeping look around before taking a slower, more careful look around. Apparently seeing nothing that needed his attention he walked back towards Cenric while beckoning him to follow. Not wanting to cast suspicion on himself, he followed silently yet again.

As they went deeper and deeper into the tunnels, it felt like they were walking down a slight slope, but he know from experience that that did not have to be the case when walking through these tunnels. After turning down yet another unmarked path, the man ahead decided to start talking.

“Not one for idle chit-chat, right? I guess that’s fine since it comes with the job.”

As they continued walking, it was after another minute that he decided to break the silence again. “The other exorcists are busy looking for more of those demons, but it seems like it will be some time before the search progresses this far.”

Suddenly stopping, Cenric almost bumped into him. Turning around quickly, he has a stern look on his face. “Now, let’s begin this report.”

[To be continued. Again.]

 
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Topic: Forum Games / [LABYRINTHIUM] OOC discussion ~ Ignore Misleading Day 9 Title, Please

Originally posted by yeasy:

Hm, you can ‘advance/change~improve/multi’ class on lv10

I am pretty certain Aya is going to go down the Warrior/Guard route. (Unless for some reason I want to make her a real support character and go Warrior/Bard. )

We get to choose, right?

 
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Topic: Forum Games / [Always open][LABYRINTHIUM] Heroes - Day 9: Not Done Yet

Aya

With new people approaching here and there, she couldn’t become distracted. The giant enemy was attacking one of the new arrivals, so she starts a run towards the skeleton, shield and sword out in front of her.


Aya uses Ramming Charge I on the Flaming Skeleton.

 
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Topic: Forum Games / [LABYRINTHIUM] OOC discussion ~ Ignore Misleading Day 9 Title, Please

Well, I doubt my roll would allow a pet, so I will go with a basic enchanted amulet.

Amulet of Voice Manipulation

Allows to the user to effortlessly change the tone and pitch of their voice at will.

(Hey, it could be useful in the long-run.)

 
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Topic: Forum Games / [Always open][LABYRINTHIUM] Heroes - Day 9: Not Done Yet

Aya (Level 7 Warrior, 1d5 Goblin Sword [May break].)

Seeing her blade pass through the ghosts, she realized it probably won’t work anyways.

Instead, she turns to the downed Woofy while keeping near Dathen and pulling out one of her health potions and opening it. She didn’t know how well it would work, but maybe it will.


Aya uses her HP. 1 Potion on Woofy.

Aya still defends Dathen.

Defensive Stance II is active.

 
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Topic: Forum Games / [LABYRINTHIUM] OOC discussion ~ Ignore Misleading Day 9 Title, Please

Originally posted by Ganthro:
FelineForumer, is Aya still wearing her “Kane” disguise? Should Dathen be unable to recognize her?

Yes, she is still wearing the disguise, but it should be pretty apparent to him given that she was wearing her armour since after the first boss. (And how abnormally coloured it is might help the recognition.)

The only ones who wouldn’t know are the ones who joined since then and crystal’s character, since he didn’t see her put on the armour.

 
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Topic: Forum Games / [LABYRINTHIUM] OOC discussion ~ Ignore Misleading Day 9 Title, Please

Originally posted by qwertyuiopazs:

No, but seriously, I’m selling this Rare and Awesome piece of equipment for the measly price of 150G!

I have to see how much G Aya got from the idle quest, then I might buy it.

 
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Topic: Forum Games / [Always open][LABYRINTHIUM] Heroes - Day 9: Not Done Yet

Aya

Observing the situation quickly, she takes out her sword she got from the goblins lair along with her shield.

There were monsters, and more than a few familiar faces.

Rushing in front of the man who was currently in the most danger – Dathen, if she remembered right – while preparing to defend him and slashing at any nearby enemy.


Aya attacks ghosts.

Aya defends Dathen.

Defensive Stance II is active.

 
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Topic: Forum Games / [Always open][LABYRINTHIUM] Heroes - Day 9: Not Done Yet

Aya

“Okay. That works.”

Getting some basic directions, she leaves town before seeing a familiar face with many more than the usual amount of eyes.

Seeing Little Woofy move around when he saw her, she decided to follow him. Maybe he will lead him to Woofy.

 
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Topic: Forum Games / [Always open][LABYRINTHIUM] Heroes - Day 9: Not Done Yet

Aya

Wandering around after finding some orcs willing to hire her as a hunter, she doesn’t really know what to do.

As she wandered, she found herself standing in front of the orcs where she sighed up to be a mercenary. She offered to help, but she didn’t really do much so far.

Thinking on this, she walks up to the nearest orc who looks like he is in charge and asks for an assignment.

 
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Topic: Forum Games / Information Thread - READ BEFORE POSTING!

Originally posted by wecl0me12:

This includes, but is not limited to, games that are used to raise post count (e.g. ‘Above User’ games)

This rule is incredibly vague. Any forum game that involves posting will raise post count, does that mean no games are allowed at all?

This rule needs clarification.

It means games that need little-to-no imput to create and manage the games are basically not allowed. People looking for quick posts can easily post a one or two word post to increase post count on those threads, but at the same time it pushes those games onto the front page.

These games can then crowd the forum due to ease of pushing, though, where they then push more complex – mafia, RPs, RPGs – active games off the front page where they won’t be exposed to the general public.

Those games made before the rule have been grandfathered in, so that is why we do have some of them still active, but any new ones are generally locked.

 
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Topic: Forum Games / [RP] Emblems of Fate [MAIN GAME] [SIGNUPS ALWAYS OPEN]

Catherine

Covering her nose, she backs slowly towards the middle of the platform. It was not floating in air, which was a relief. She stopped next to Maternex, who was already pulling a black orb from her sleeve.

“I will try to take command, if you want.”

there is no such need to push yourself. It was reassuring, but she didn’t want to feel like she was contributing nothing.

Waiting one moment, Maternex tossed the bomb with an underhand throw that sailed across the stone ground towards one of the creatures. Cunsune took the opportunity to fly upwards, where he was generating a ball of electricity pointed in the same direction as the creature Maternex was aiming at.

[Maternex uses Powder Bomb and Cunsune uses Current Shot against one of the creatures.]

 
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Topic: Forum Games / The List

Nuclear

 
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Topic: Forum Games / Master Thread

[Since Constant deleted his post, you can go to this captured page to see what the post is about.]

Originally posted by ConstantProgress:

Okay, this is the Official Post of Requesting Being a Regular […] I have said that I wanted to be a regular. I have been told back that I need to stay here for a couple months and make a couple hundred posts here. I will do that. […] Notify me if you have anything to say about this, like if you want me to stay longer than 3 months or post more than 200 posts.

This post in general comes off as fairly elitist, and I would like to point out a few things.

1. You interpret things to an extent that you don’t seem to be actually reading what others write.

I say several hundred posts, you immediately assume that 200 is good enough. I say you should join a non-continuous game, you assume that I just mean ‘join a mafia’ when there are many different non-continuous games. I say it is a general rule of thumb, you assume the rules are set in stone.

The reason I said it was a general rule of thumb was because it was, and there is no set requirements for regularship besides three approvals from existing regulars.

2. Requesting for regularship means that regulars have to feel you are regular material in order to get approved.

They not only look at your posts and time, they look at your behaviour and other things to make their judgments on that too. Pandering to the regulars is not well received, nor is poor grammar, sentence structure and, importantly, formatting. (Long posts that make it hard to tell which way it is going is not going to impress anyone.)

The reason I was not being specific in what you can do to gain approval is because you have get approval from three different people with three different things they base their approvals on.

I personally, like to see inclusion into the community, along with the people I approve having a balance of time/posts. On top of that, a good head on their shoulders and at very least a solid understanding on how to make a proper post asking for regularship – because that single post can show a lot about the person in question – are needed.

Others, though, might give their approval on different criteria, so, to reiterate, there is no set requirements for regularship.

3. When the time comes to get approval, make a new post.

Making a post like this to ‘reserve regularship’ is both unnecessary, won’t earn you any approval and universally a bad idea.

And when you do make a new post, change the presentation. I won’t say how, but I’ll just say that the way you are going about it wrong.

If you have any questions, feel free to PM me so that this does not turn into a full-fledged discussion on this thread.


Originally posted by ConstantProgress:
Also, can [RP/Continuous/Story]Life-Day 1[Signups always Open!] be added to the current games list, ForumGames?

I’ll add it along with YXBLARF’s wins, when we work that out.

 
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Topic: Forum Games / [RP] Seraphic Legacy [MAIN GAME] [SIGNUPS ALWAYS OPEN]

Originally posted by Blood_Shadow:

[IMMA KILL MYSLEF NOW]

[Who’s Myslef?]

Cenric

Bringing the dagger down on the demon, it quickly turned its head towards Cenric before it rose one of its legs which ended with a concave appendage into the path of the blade. Pressing his heels into the ground as he slows his run, he takes a small leap back, but not before lightly tapping the blade against the appendage.

“That part is resilient, and would be hard to puncture. They would likely leave some horrible injuries.” The information came in quickly, and he split his focus between it along with the battle in question.

Standing still, he waits for the demon to react. It was a good time to see how it would react, and to observe it for the most part.

The demon looked like a large insect, with it standing as high as his chest, from the book of a demented person. The mandibles were oversized and wide. Its front four legs had four of those concave legs while the remaining four were stick-like in their narrowness. The oddest part were the large black protrusions coming off of its long body at various points.

The demon stared at Cenric for a few seconds, with its head tilted before it began to lower the rear four legs and launched himself forwards. The front four legs extended outwards, and he had to force himself to not take the oppertunity to aim for the open head. Instead, he dodged to the side and stabbed towards main body that sailed past.

As the blade struck one of the protruding parts, he had to tighten his grip so as not to lose it.

“Those are just as tough.”

The demon landed awkwardly, having to place all eight legs on the ground in order to keep itself up. As it turned around to face Cenric, it was another short wait before it decided to lauch itself again. Lowering itself, it lept again.

Sidestepping again, the creature turned its body so the front legs closest to him clipped him on the his side and held onto him. Using this opportunity it swung itself so that the other arms could cling to his other side. He was stuck in place by the demon, but he wasn’t worried. He relaxed and decided not to tense up.

The demon’s head was level with his, with it relying on its rear legs to stand while tightening the grip of the front legs.

At this point, he dropped the dagger to the ground. How about transforming into goo and stabbing him from below? The demons mandibles were snapping in front of his face, but it seemed to be focusing on squeezing the life out of him.

“I hear footsteps. Closeby, so it might be best to wait.”

Sighing, he began to wiggle from side to side is a mock attempt to escape. It was then that the mandibles came closer. He closed his eyes and leaned away.

When the pressure on his body was released, it was earlier than he expected. Opening his eyes, he saw that the demon was blocking a giant axe to the side two of its front legs, but was ultimately being pushed over. The other two legs were squeezing even harder, probably in order to compensate for the loss of legs.

The man who held the axe was a hulking man dressed in the oh-so-common exorcist outfit. As the man pushed his weight onto the axe, the demon gave more and more before it had to let go of Cenric in order to defend itself.

Cenric fell to the ground, trying to leave his mouth open and crab walk his way backwards quickly. When he felt he backed away a good distance, he as the man slowly lost his ground before he redoubled his efforts one last time. As one of the concave appendages shattered, the insect backed away from the axe and let the axe impact into the ground. Taking the free moment, the demon fled into the darkness.

The man stood still watching the darkness before lifting his axe to his shoulder. Even for the size of him, the weapon stood a good foot above him from the ground.

Turning to face him, he lumbered his way forward, stopping only to pick something up. When he finally towered about Cenric, he spoke in a deep baritone voice. “Hold out your hand.” When he issued the command, he moved to kneel, placing the axe carefully along the ground.

Not knowing what it was about, he decided to comply. Slowly holding his hand out, he forced it to shake slightly.

When the man placed the hilt of the dagger into his hand, he also curled the fingers around it, leaving the red blade exposed from his hand. “Sorry, I had no time to change back.”

“Your oversouls are important to take care of.” The man began all of a sudden, still kneeling. Two orange ribbons ended up falling nearby each of his feet. Staring at the man’s shoulders now that they were at Cenric eye level, he saw the other ends of the ribbons buttoned to pieces of metal. “They entrusted themselves to you,” he continued, unaware that Cenric was not paying attenion. “So you have to show them respect in return, no matter if it is a small blade like this or a large blade like Clara here.” He placed his hand on the axe and held it there in silence before solumnly looking towards Cenric. Cenric just nodded in response, not knowing what to do.

“Besides, you shouldn’t be pushing yourself. This may be your first battle with a demon, but it doesn’t mean you get reckless and charge in. You are undercover, so you should know that observation is important. You should get into a habit of it, because it might save your life. Heck, even if it seemed like I ran in just like you, I was waiting a while for other exorcists to assist us. When you were stuck, though, I thought I would intervene.”

The man seemed to be fond of wasting oxygen, but he just kept nodding in response. The fact he seemed to think he was an exorcist was a good thing, atleast.

When the man held out his hand, Cenric was confused. “Here, I will help you up.” When Cenric took the hand, he was on his feet before he could brink and the man was already picking up his axe.

“I was just going about assessing the progress of the work, so I guess I can get your help. I can also get your report on how the workers are doing in the meantime, so let’s get going.” Turning to the entrance of cavern, he turns to wait by the entrance.

“Looks like we might be in trouble.”

[To be continued, again.]

 
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Topic: Forum Games / The List

Occam’s Razor

 
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Topic: Forum Games / The List

Top Cat.

 
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Topic: Forum Games / The General Thread

I am a bit late – about an hour – but happy new year!

 
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Topic: Forum Games / Master Thread

I am sorry, ConstantProgress, but you still are fairly new to the forum that most regulars wouldn’t really consider you a regular.

From what I seen, you have only really been contributing to the forum for the last three weeks, and you made about 62 posts in that time. It is a good start, but the general consensus is that you should have made several hundred posts and/or been active for several months on the forum before being granted regularship. It is more of a rule of thumb, but few people have been able to earn it otherwise.

I would personally like to see you participate in a few non-continuous games, but in the meantime, I cannot give you my approval.

 
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Topic: Forum Games / The General Thread

8.75 hours here.

 
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Topic: Forum Games / [RP] Seraphic Legacy [MAIN GAME] [SIGNUPS ALWAYS OPEN]

Cenric

Dropping the bunch of gray stones onto the nearby pile of similar dull coloured stones, he slowly works to catch his breath. The slightly chilled air of night was more refreshing than the overbearing heat of the day, and he was grateful he managed to get the night shift. But, then again, in those tunnels it is mostly the same no matter what time it is. When he got his fill of fresh air, he turns around, and enters the dim tunnel again with the lantern on his hardhat providing the light he needed.

The bunker they are currently working on was a big project on the outskirts of the city, unlike the smaller, although sizeable enough, ones in the middle of it. The bunker was making use of the massive amount of space available, which would likely mean that this bunker was being built to allow for mass evacuations. There were usually a few low-ranking exorcists overlooking the construction of bunkers, with the occasional medium-ranking one, so there was a good chance to observe the exorcists. But this project has more medium-ranking exorcists than usual, so it did seem to be quite important.

The exorcists usually guarded the entrances or managed the constructions of specific systems like the alarms, so they often did not bothing to keep an eye on the excavation team. “You do remember that there was that one time when you guys miscalculated the positioning of explosives and flooded a good portion of the bunker? They kept their eyes on you for a while afterwards, thinking you guys sabotaged their work.”

It was not something he wanted to think about. It was a large mistake, which was mostly management’s fault. They ordered the excavation to go further than they should have, and they paid the consequences. After the incident, there were rumours that the higher-ups wanted to impress the exorcists by going above and beyond what they should have, but it didn’t work out that way in the end.

Going through the narrow tunnel to the location where they were working, people were suddenly rushing towards him, and he had to press against the wall to let them pass. They were shouting for the most part, but one word in particular caught his attention. “Demon”. It was odd to hear of a demon able to sneak past both exorcists and alarms, so Cenric felt compelled to go and see it. It would make him suspicious, though, if he did not evacuate with the other workers and the exorcists arrived to see him tussling with a demon.

About to leave, his curiousity got the better of him, and he started a light jog deeper into the tunnel that gradually expanded into a small cavern. It was did seem like a good location for a few hundred evacuees, but it was far from prepared.

In the middle of the dark cavern stood the silhouette of creature with eight legs which was obviously the demon the others were running from. Slowly moving his hand to turn off his headlamp, he stopped when he noticed it seemed to be looking in his direction. “It seems like it might have seen us. Are we going to fight or flee like the others?”

He didn’t like the prospect of either, when stuck between the exorcists and turning his back to a demon. It’s been a while since he last fought a demon, and he was really interested to see this demon react when under attack. He could always feign like he was under attack if the exorcists manage to reach him and question why he was fighting a demon, but he had to be careful not to hurt the demon too much or else the exorcists might have quite a few questions for him. “I guess we have time to fight. We just have to be careful not to seriously injure it or we will have a lot to explain. Just think of it more like training.”

Plunging his hand from nearby the headlamp into his pocket, he pulls out the pen in his pocket before running towards the demon. By the time he reached the demon, the pen had become a dagger, which Cenric swung with a large overhand swing.

[To be continued.]