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Burger Warrior

Member Since 07 May 2011
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In Topic: Resurrection

06 January 2018 - 02:51 PM

Yeah, on the note of a more specific setting, a group of northmen or Imperials largely from a single tribe/organization sounds good to me. I'd lean towards a group of knights/soldiers for the sake of newcomers but also making characters of that sort is oddly difficult for me. Granted, monsters in disguise are, I assume, an option in that kind of case... :v

In Topic: A Thread About Star Wars Movies

15 December 2017 - 02:14 PM

It was fun until it was too bloody long.


I can usually at least enjoy a movie but this, even with its great parts, was hard to watch all the way through thanks to pointless dragging on. I've only felt as drained after watching the Hobbit movies (but, in every other way, I'd argue this was better than those).

In Topic: (NEW) In Sickness and In Health: Sign-ups and Discussion

29 November 2017 - 02:47 PM

...because aside from a character Burgs created and lost interest in, we have no other Inquisitors.


Sorry, there's only so long I can stay interested in a character I haven't used. Ideas come and go for me.

On that note, I'm gonna need to review my Templar and see if I can still roll him well.

In Topic: Delving Too Deep OOC - Rules, Character List, and Chat

28 November 2017 - 05:14 PM

I'll live, especially with some kind of summary to help write some kind of epilogue. ^^

(I also feel you, on behalf of attempting something big like that and just not being able to pull it off. At least you tried! ^^ )

In Topic: ZONE - The Forbidden Halls of Clan Dimmlundar

08 November 2017 - 04:31 PM

Korvarl finally stepped forward as the abominable demon was banished, though his eyes remained warily set on Caiden. They didn’t know what kind of demon he was, and apparently the other had been trying to manipulate them. Granted… maybe this was some kind of weird illusion to trick them into fighting each other. Or… something. The dwarf groaned, his head starting to ache. Gods damn this ‘adventure’ and all the ills it had brought them.


"All yours" Allya told him after ensuring the demon was really gone, stepping back and gesturing at the now-vacant summoning circle.


Silvershield nodded, stepping up to the circle and looking through the book, looking for the most potent - or at least the most plausible - celestial he could try to summon. On that note, which god was likely to take up their cause the most? Aw hells…


He took in the surrounding groups, taking a wild guess at their faiths. They did have a big ol’ warrior woman, one who undoubtedly praised the Aesir or Vanir. Same with the elf ladies and Elnira, too. Maybe that blonde Venator as well, Age-what’s-his-face. Besides them, though… Ah whatever, we outnumber ‘em. He decided with a shrug. Turning his full attention to the book, he wondered if a valkyrie or something of the sort would come to their aid. That’ll be something to tell the kids…


“Well, let’s see if this works.” He muttered - mostly to himself - before getting to work.




Percula stayed close to Caid - as she was wont to do - while Garandros and Agethar closed in. Oh boy…


Agethar turned out to be the more accepting of the two, reprimanding Garadros when the gruff man asked what had happened. Voros answered regardless.


"Some kind of demonic mutations," Caiden replied to Garandros. "From cursed obsidian... I can explain everything I know about it once we're out of this place," he finished for the both of them, though it was clear he wasn't too keen on doing that. Percula rested a hand on his shoulder to try easing his mood. It’s gonna be okay, Caid...


"For now, just trust me. Although I know it might not be easy to do."


“...If it’s any help,” Percula added, slipping in between Caiden and the other two. This did little more than accentuate how much smaller she was than him, and how bad she was at taking attention from Voros; much less when he was mutated like this. “I’ve been with him for…” She paused, realizing she hadn’t exactly kept track. “...a long while,” she finally settled with a sheepish grin, “and he hasn’t changed a bit. At least, not thanks to… uh, this.” Saffron clarified, poking a nearby tentacle. She resisted snickering at its reaction, trying to remember that normal people would be freaked out by all the demonic protrusions that Caid gained in this form, rather than amused.