I would use what other people write, and often do in RPs that I run, but if I can't use it, which seldom happens, then I don't have much choice. Ignore or delete are kinda the only two options left other than use it.
That is also why I soft deleted your post. It's technically still there, and can actually be "undeleted" if Jetrall wants to. Pretty sure thats possible. problem is my place holder, it will technically be a post from me not him.
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Sep 26, 2009Kinda yeah, that's what I was thinking.Posted in: Roleplaying
Had to find a way to work him in though. Hopefully he gets in a post soon. I don't want to put you guys off posting or anything, but I don't want you guys pulling the thread in one direction, while I'm (or Jetrall) is trying to take it in another.
Sep 26, 2009Zhar, please cut back of the jumping to conclusions.Posted in: Roleplaying
I intentionally ended my post the way I did to give Jetrall an oppurtunity to chime in with a post, and resume DMing (Dungeon Master or rather take over control again) of the thread. I was kind of just leading it in his absence.
Sep 26, 2009They made their way along the dusty road to the river. It's cobbled stones chipped and broken and covered in moss. As Buliwyf walked along it his eye wandered from side to side, scanning the woods for any signs of any Riddians or anyone who might give them away.Posted in: Roleplaying
Buliwyf's ears pricked up.
"Steel yourselves!" yelled Buliwyf. "We are not alone!"
Sep 24, 2009You're right we didn't all have to go to the small outpost, I figured everyone would want to because you'd get to fight something. Everyone loves fighting stuff right?Posted in: Roleplaying
"Well, stealth has never been my forte, I would prefer a position in the woods beyond the west gate, I believe."
Looks to me like you are with the group that comes in from the West, you're just not one of the people who get the Riddians to open the gate.
I took a quick look through the story thread, I didn't dismiss your idea, nor did I exactly agree with it either, but as I didn't disagree with it, I assumed you were still going with that idea. Your part of the west group.
Sep 24, 2009It's all good Zhar and Donsro, just make sure you keep up with the posts. If you are confused you can ask in here.Posted in: Roleplaying
It's usually easier to explain things in here since i can, as this thread implies, break character, and actually explain what's going on.
As of right now though, we are moving to the river, some of us will cross it and head down it, to get to the west gate, and some of us will follow the road to the north gate and wait for the signal from the people attacking the west gate.
Who makes up this main force anyways?
Basically everyone who didn't say they wanted to attack the west gate. I can't take everyone with me when I assault the west gate.
Sep 23, 2009We were suppose to all be attacking the outpost to get the disguises for the people who attack the west gate.Posted in: Roleplaying
the outpost and Riddia town are two different places. We haven't got to Riddia (where we will attack from two different sides) yet.
I said stuff about volunteering to attack the west gate, not the outpost, lol.
Sep 23, 2009We are all out the out post.Posted in: Roleplaying
What you wrote was good Zhar, but not exactly fitting with what was going on, since it doesn't actually detract from the story so much, I'll leave it in.
Next time though, check with the people running the RP before you go off and do other things.
Sep 23, 2009As the group began cleaning up the last few Riddian rabble, Buliwyf sat in the wooden chair of the officer for a moment to rest. In his mind he ran his plan over and over.Posted in: Roleplaying
As he pondered the battle to come Lento approached him.
"What do we do now?" asked Lento.
"Burn it." Buliwyf replied. "Gather up as many of the Riddian's clothes as you can. The head for the river."
Sep 21, 2009You'd have to check with the creator of these awards.Posted in: General Discussion (non-Diablo)
Staff were eligable for the user awards in the Jarhead awards.
I was given the most dedicated user when I was an admin. I think you should be eligable. You still post and do stuff like a user when your not modding, so why not.
Sep 21, 2009Buliwyf headed for the centre of the outpost, towards the small, but grand tent that occupied much of the interior. Hearing the commotion outside it's occupant made his way outside. Buliwyf held his claymore out in front of him, it's blade chipped and dulled from countless battles. It's usefulness would be all but void if not for it's size.Posted in: Roleplaying
"Foolish youngster. Look at that sword, it is bigger than you." cackled the superior officers of the outpost. "You make this all most too easy."
"If I am fated to die this day it will not be at the hands of Riddian scum like you." taunted Buliwyf.
"WHAT WAS THAT BOY!!!" cried the Riddian officer.
"You heard me." Buliwyf said baitingly. "I will not die to scum."
"You leave me no choice, so be it." the officer called back. "If death is what you seek, then I shall grant it.
The officer's sword was smaller and much lighter than Buliwyf's claymore. His larger sword made it harder for him to parry the quick movements of the officer's rapier. It pierced through his the links in Buliwyf's chainmail armor. Buliwyf swung wide with his sword leaving much of his torso exposed, presenting the officer with an easy target. Dodging a direct thrust forward from the officer, Buliwyf lunged with sword.
"Die mongrel!" Buliwyf shouted as his claymore stabbed through a Riddian soldier's rib cage with easy.
"Over there! They are making a break for it!"
Buliwyf motioned to Kifu and the others to chase after them.
Sep 17, 2009Posted in: Roleplaying
Gattsu is the one of the one people with insanely large swords I can stand. Mostly because he doesn't look out of place holding it.He looks.. Determined?[/quote
You would be too if your father figure sold you to a fellow mercenary whom homosexually raped you, you lost an eye, cut your own arm in half, watched your girlfriend get raped before your eyes, watched all your friends die. You have monsters constantly trying to kill you, and every time they show up this weirdo branded mar kon you bleeds.
[quote] As long as we keep massive physically-impossible-to-wield swords out of our RP, I'm down with Anime.
I've gotta say, massive swords is what makes me loathe anime.
Just about fight time again.
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Jan 2, 2007Posted in: NewsQuote from "Christ" »Question: If they're working on a title of some kind, aren't they obliged to show it in current projects?
Or is that only when the game is announced?
i cant remember, there is that second expansion to WOW but its not in current projects.
Nov 8, 2006Posted in: NewsQuote from "FingolfinGR" »some common sense at last!
No game can be loved by everyone. Especially Diablo fans are used to something more mature and brutal than the cartoonish Warcraft universe. WoW just held to the way the other Warcraft games were, just changed the type of game.
Important is what Elfen_Lied said. Blizzard want all their released games to be great. Nothing less but great. Thats why it takes so long to release them. And thats why there are so few, but so well selling games they made.
quite, WOW seems to be doing quite well making some good money. It has its moments, warcraft is an rpg setting good concept, i like it. but id take d2 over WOW any day, id even take baldurs gate 2 over WOW, and infact i do, i dotn own a copy of WOW, and proably wont. its graphics arent all that appealing and im not a big fan of monthly fees. also the simplicity of d2 is great, none of the professions stuff, you are a single class (multiply classes in the case of BG2, but still no job stuff) and thats it.
blizzard will surely not dissapoint us with D3 (or SC2 for that matter), so i think they will take al ong as needed to get it right. or close to, expansions are often needed to futher come close to getting it right.
Nov 3, 2006blizzard has never made a game that overall sucks, while some people consider WOW to be crap, it has sold 8 million copies (even if some are repeat buys), so it. Blizzard console games dont do as well as their PC equivilents, but they do alright. Blizzard will take as long as need to produce gaming excellence. they are pretty high expectations for D3 (and SC2) Blizzard wouldnt want to fail their loyal fans.Posted in: News
Oct 28, 2006yes, that seems about right. Diablo, but SC can get pretty gore, zergs explode in a bloody mess when shot at by marines or other gun units.Posted in: News
M = Means less little kids.
T = Too many little kids
no matter the rating, where ever there is injustice, demonic oppressors, demonic hordes invading and weak that need defending, i shall be there.
Oct 28, 2006I kinda see what you mean. but i think die hard fans of any age above say 16 would still buy it regardless of whether its T or M, hell if its a game or series of games i really like i dont even notice the rating, i dont care about it.Posted in: News
blood and gore
that is what BG2 has and it has bad guys getting critically hit into big chunks of flesh, it did reasonable well for a game it seems only nerds and a few other people play.
it also says ages 13 & up on the side of the box. may seem a little of putting, actually showing an age restriction, but i dont like little kids 10 - 12 yr olds mass spamming my in my games with their messed up little kid speak.
Diablo needs a T rating, M will make it sound worse that it is, who has gone to a/watched a movie just becasue you heard it was M 15+ or R16/18 and later found out it wasnt really all that bad?
Face Off thats what R16, a bit of bad language, some shooting, (sounds like 24 to me) and not even that graphical surgery scenes, medical dramas have worse surgery scenes. and the one scene with Nick Cage with his face off, his face isnt even in camera that much.
hmm i seem to be rambling again, amazing how often i will do that
Jul 4, 2006yes why would the great Administrator Umaro lie about something like that, he not someone from blizzard who say they arent making a d3 when they are, um unless im lying, but when have i ever told a lie [cut to scene of me telling a lie family guy styles]Posted in: News
Jul 4, 2006yes as you can see, making a diablo III or an sequel to the series would produce a huge amount of mola for blizzard, they know this, we the fans know this. now im a pro D3 kinda guy but at the risk of going off topic i have to say i am very anti mmorpg, well diablo as a mmorpg GW and WOW are okPosted in: News
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is the standard answer one gets from blizzard if you ask about d3
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