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Sephsekla

Member Since 30 Apr 2013
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In Topic: Fresh start

15 January 2019 - 09:13 AM

If you still need a hand then I'm happy to help out, character creation is one of my favourite things.

In Topic: ZONE - Dragon's Lair ((A Dying Breed))

23 July 2018 - 10:51 AM

Krystia sighed for what felt like the thousandth time today. She didn't raise her head from her hands.

"I don't know what to think any more." She paused for a moment. "Thank you."

She paused for a few moments more, then lifted her head, eyes slightly red.

"Shall we go and find our missing Venators?"

In Topic: ZONE - Brookpasture ((A Dying Breed))

23 July 2018 - 10:48 AM

Crestwell tensed at the sight of the Cyclops.

"His eye, if you can hit it, though hitting him in his...jambags might slow him down quicker."

Crestwell nodded approvingly, drawing his dagger in a determined but somewhat useless gesture.

"Don't let him hit you, or I'll be carrying you home this time."

He raised his voice to a raspy shout, addressing the Cyclops.

"WE HAVE NO QUARREL WITH YOU, BUT WE WILL SHOOT IF WE HAVE TO!"

In Topic: The Video Game News Thread

29 June 2018 - 01:08 AM

When did linear become such a dirty word?

It's almost as if you can't stuff in microtransactions.

In Topic: Star Wars Movies and Disney Fanfiction Thread

29 June 2018 - 12:48 AM

Dalton, nobody's asking you to love the characters just because of their race or gender. If that's your immediate knee jerk reaction it tbh says more about you than the films. They're different races or different genders because, you know what? So is the world.

It frustrates me when the term Mary Sue gets thrown around, because it strangely enough never gets used to describe guys. Almost like it's steeped in this sexist bull that women can't be talented.

Rey has so many failures of character and action, and the things she excels at are no more outlandish than Anakin or Luke "Had an afternoon of training" Skywalker.

Finn has a great character arc over two films, from his desperation to run away to his heroism approaching things on later.

All of the most beloved Star Wars characters were at one point unknown to us, that's how characters work. We should embrace the new characters and opportunities, not try and drag them down because they're not Luke.