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Graveyard / Re: [4e] The Garden of Graves - IC
« on: December 19, 2010, 07:00 »
Thersys took a couple hits, but, being an Uthadar, she simply wiped a bit of blood off her lip, and attempts to bring a heavy strike crashing down on the dragon, and then plays a song that praises those who charge into battle and achieve glory, thus making it easier to charge and hit the foe. Thersys also shakes off the fire from the bite.

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Graveyard / Re: Scales of War: DnD 4e PBF
« on: December 14, 2010, 02:58 »
Norian, despite only being a cleric, managed to not take much damage from the fire. He silently gives thanks to Pelor for his protection, and then focuses his attention on the Ettercap

Seeing Karan narrowly miss, Norian was suddenly worried that they had another Blessed Magma Claw fiasco on their hands, so the top priority was to kill the thing fast as possible. So he wasted no time in firing another Finger of Pelor.

Norian, not being satisfied with that, decided to bring out the thing so exhausting, he could only do it once a day. His friends were in dire straights, so he had almost no choice. Ho positioned himself in between Graven and Inatai, mumbled some prayers, and let out a holy shout of power. It might have not weakened the Ettercap's resolve, but it did heal some of his allies in dire need of health.

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Off Topic / Re: Now playing... (games)
« on: December 12, 2010, 09:10 »
For years, I had this terrible addiction on me. This... CURSE... and now, it's back...

Namco - Pac-man

*dramatic music*

(PS: My hi-score is 17480 so far. :3)

I'm guessing Original?

because I have a big list of games, and there's something related on it.

Activision-Call Of Duty: Black Ops
Ubisoft Entertainment- Assassin's Creed 2
Some more Mag, but mostly Blops...and then,

Namco-Bandai- Pac-Man Championship Edition (CE) Director's Cut. (DX)

It blows CE and the original outta the water.all for the low low price of 9.99! Order now on PSN or XBLA! (or iPhone, but probably a bit messy)

Addictive doesn't begin to describe it.

Here, watch it:

(My high score on Championship II Score Attack 5 min. is...about 1.343 million)

Graveyard / Re: The Master and the Minion - IC Thread
« on: December 12, 2010, 08:04 »
Aden slumped to a wall, and gradually slid down it until he was touched the ground. He wasn't angry that he hadn't hit a knight, he had...other things, on his mind.

"This was a mistake. All of it. Getting bored in Misthorne, going to Ten Bows, learning there was a tavern in another town, and going there...and then getting involved with the rest of the party, and getting captured by The Overlord.

He had done things that if his family knew of, he wasn't sure what the response was. All he knew, is that he'd rather be back home, helping his brother, or going off and joining a militia, maybe see Thersys at whatever pub she's holed her self up in...

I want to go home.

You couldn't see it with the helmet, but you could faintly hear the young man, a great military commander, crying for mom, dad, and to go home like a lost child.
The zombies previously, and the knowledge of what was next were probably the triggers. Aden had killed men. quite a few men. But he hadn't cried like this since he was 11.

Why...Why me? What did I do to deserve this? I never killed someone who didn't deserve it...I never was too weak to protect myself, and the things I cared about...Why Kord? Why have you abandoned me? You haven't given me the strength to carry on!

Aden shook his head.

No, no.

He took off his helmet, and dried his tears. He put it back on.

That's not it. Kord has not found me wanting. I have overcome every obstacle without his assistance. He simply is waiting for the right time. He is waiting for me in my most dire moment in an hour of need. Well, If you can hear me up there on the mountain, Kord, I hope that time is before I have to do something irrevocably soul-scarring and irredeemably evil. I dare not sully your name too much with this, and if asked to do something terrible, will renounce you on the spot, rather than drag your name through the mud more than I have already!

With this, Aden felt something stirring in his soul. Perhaps...perhaps Kord HAD been listening, and gave Aden a signal, in the form of strength to continue on, as well as become stronger overall.

Well, Aden sighed and even smiled a bit as he got up and got ready to move. A small start is still a start, and as they say: You go to war with the army you have.

"All Right, I'm ready to go."
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Graveyard / Re: Scales of War: DnD 4e PBF
« on: December 12, 2010, 07:15 »
"Listen, Adis, I know fire is scary, but sometimes, you just gotta stand in it." Norian said, practicing what he preached. He didn't even attempt to move. He just gave the ettercap another Finger of Pelor, not even blinking. He didn't have time to worry about the fire.
He had to end the battle quick so they could get Inatai away, and maybe take a rest to get him feeling better. Graven wasn't looking so good either. We're cutting it close...aaannd of course I miss. Wonderful.
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Graveyard / Re: The Master and the Minion - IC Thread
« on: December 09, 2010, 05:56 »
Aden moves a bit and takes a swing at the knight, the blow looks promising, but...he's missed sure hits before.
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Graveyard / Re: Scales of War: DnD 4e PBF
« on: December 08, 2010, 16:09 »
"And that, Inatai, is why I have set them on fire." Norian commented. He didn't have a fear of spiders or anything like his brother seemed to with zombies, but he too had found the webbing annoying, and in a fit of tactical uncertainty, had decided to burn it. It was a hard decision to make,but he made it, and would stand brave in the face of the fire he had as to not show regret at a possible tactical blunder of which may take down some of his comrades.

Norian sees a etter go down, and knows that the battle is almost over, so he better get on helping with what he can, having expended his healing for now. So he brings a Finger of Pelor down on the last ettercap.Sadly, he missed
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Graveyard / Re: The Master and the Minion - IC Thread
« on: December 05, 2010, 20:07 »
"Well, we don't need to worry about the monk running off and somehow telling the others something is happening...but I bet you anything they already know anyhow. Still, let us kill them, and be done."

Aden sort of cautiously positioned himself and attempted a swing at the bloodied knight. He misses.


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Graveyard / Re: [4e] The Garden of Graves - IC
« on: December 01, 2010, 06:16 »
Thersys, feeling the pain, has to weigh her options carefully. She's out of songs to heal her comrades with...but there was something else. Something she learned from Aden a few years ago. The ability to give a rousing command like a Warlord. She wasn't as good at it as he was, but she knew that it would be useful some day...and useful it was. " OK, now then....clear throat, stand tall, think of Valorous thoughts...erm...ah yes, and stare at the subject, and look them in the eye for maximum effect! Right then. Let me move around here for some breathing room...

and then with her clear voice, she gave Aile some encouragement. "I know it hurts, but if you don't shake it off right now, we're never going to get to kill a REAL dragon, and I know how much you want to do that. Focus on something other than the pain, and let's take these dragons out."

Thersys then decided it was high time for her to try and actually hit something. She looked at the dread hound next to her, and decided to have another swing, this time with something a little more...powerful. However, Aile killed it already, and so had to settle for hitting the dragon. Thersys connected, thus making the dragon roar with pain. This allowed her to sing a minor hymn of victory, thus boosting Aile and Kin with a small bit of power.

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EDIT: had to fix things, but other than that, it all works.

Graveyard / Re: The Master and the Minion - IC Thread
« on: November 30, 2010, 20:30 »
Aden was sort of unfocused in this battle, he wasn't sure why. It was really starting to get to him, and he was not proud of it. He knew that Zombies weren't THAT scary...but maybe it was something else. As he was pondering this, he moved in and swung at a knight, possibly a miss, having been too deep in thought to aim properly.
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Graveyard / Re: Scales of War: DnD 4e PBF
« on: November 30, 2010, 20:21 »
Norian fires off a FoP, and then attempts to free himself from the web. He succeeds. He has stayed silent, because he is deep in thought about something, very deep. What that something is will probably be explored later.
Fixed the url tag :P - Malek

Graveyard / Re: [4e] The Garden of Graves - IC
« on: November 24, 2010, 09:36 »
Thersys decides to mix it up and bravely steps next to the dragon to attempt an attack. It fails, but at least she tried.

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Graveyard / Re: The Master and the Minion - IC Thread
« on: November 23, 2010, 18:09 »
"Well, it's time to get things going...again." Aden looks over where Tristan is and decides to head there. "Saliak! I'll leave Ryltar with you, I need to assist the cat and the Paladin! HAVE AT THEE!" Aden yells as he charges at a knight, sadly for him, he seems to swing just short of the knight.
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Graveyard / Re: Scales of War: DnD 4e PBF
« on: November 23, 2010, 04:08 »
"Calm down, both of you." Norian replied, going into is explaining tone. "Listen, I'd rather not have to deal with the webs later, so I'm burning them now. If we need to run for whatever reason, having to go through the room as-is would be disasterous. Besides, they annoy me greatly, and I want them out of the way." Norian suddenly notes that his team is in need of healing "Oh Pelor alive! This day just keeps getting better and better." He moves next to Graven and first heals Inatai, then attempts to "repair" Graven as best as he can. He does a good job, and the Warforged looks in good shape.

Graveyard / Re: Scales of War: DnD 4e PBF
« on: November 20, 2010, 02:40 »
"Hmm...Well, This web is going to get annoying. Only one thing left to do!" Norian pulled out his flint and steel, and struck them untill a spark started and landed on the web, setting it aflame. "Clear off the webbing everyone! I'll try to make it easier to move around!"

Norian moved off the now-burning webbing, and made sure he had a clear shot at the bloodied ettercap. He suddenly felt a huge surge of energy, as if Pelor randomly looked down, and decided to assist one of his acolytes in a somewhat more direct way. Using this energy, Norian felt a boost of confidence and shoted in a clear voice: "This hand of mine is burning red! Burning with power! FEEL THE WRATH OF THE SUN!" All of a sudden, holy light surrounded Norian. He pointed at the unfortunate ettercap and shouted with all his might: "FINGER OF PELOR!" When his holy bolt departed, it was as if the sun were in the room, it was so bright. It collided with the ettercap at an astonishing speed, with a loud bang and a flash.

After he took his shot, without even pausing to see if he killed his target, Norian decided to watch the ceiling in case something was lurking in wait for them. It would be somewhat hard to tell, but he was going to try.

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