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9 Jun 2012
It was supposed to have been a safe passage from the village of Cartool to the town of Middlemount. At worst, the caravon should have encountered bandits or the occasional demon, but its guards were well-armed and well-trained, and so it should have been no problem.

So how was it, Keris wondered, that he now found himself amidst heights he could not scale, separated from the rest of the company bar one girl? An avalanche, he surmised, from the boulders that lay scattered about him. It had been a miracle they'd survived at all, though judging from some of the split rocks, someone must have thrown some magic in to protect them.

Was it the girl? He wasn't sure. She looked exhausted, and the caster couldn't decide if it was due to the arduous uphill march or what had just befallen them.

"Will you be all right?" he asked, eyes on the sky. From the sun's position, at least two bells must have passed since the avalanche had come down. "It looks like we were separated from the others."

Keris wondered about their options. From the way they had fallen, he guessed that it'd take too long to backtrack and climb up the mountain pass again. They wouldn't have enough food to last them both for that long, and he wasn't too keen on travelling a popular merchant's road with just the two of them.
22 Dec 2011
Okay, so I kinda want to RP now that hols are coming up and all. I've written a new character for it, which no doubt will give cause for concern, and I have some idea of what I want the storyline to do.

Where: Azgarth
What: Mostly social, some combat, stalking around town, talking to people, beating up baddies. To be precise: a package belonging to the Vousse family has been stolen. We're going around to retrieve it.
Who: One or two other people, preferably people who don't mind introducing some elements themselves. If not, I'll take what I can get.
1 Aug 2011
So right. I've been hankering for RP for a month now, and it seems clear to me that I'm not going to get it satisfied by sitting here, twiddling my thumbs in an exercise of futility while dreaming dreams of Mega Man Legends 3. (screw you Capcom ;_; )

Thus I decide to do the crazy thing and go for a thread run again. Despite my drop rate being like, 7/9. It's impressive enough to make me cower in shame and think my right to any reasonable cast forfeit as I tend to forfeit the thread before they have a chance to dump me or complain it's too damn boring to even stick around for.

Regardless, I return anew with dreams of roleplay, of frolicking little faeries aspiring to grand heights from whereupon they cannot even see where they began, etcetera.

In a bid for "craziest threadrunner ever", I want to try this thing where you take a character, look at their background, and try to conceive a plot that weaves into it... it's madness, I know. Because of this, I'd like to take on no more than two people beside myself, so I won't have ten people whose histories need to be fine-combed for a point of interest that can be used to connect the events at hand to the random passersby who happen to meet and join up. Etcetera.

Doc expressed interest on AIM so I have like, ONE SLOT. FREE OF CHARGE. Etc.

Doc, Rock and Bard RP here etc.
27 Jul 2011
Or, y'know, not. :V Oh well! Another time, another day!
1 Jul 2011
"So, would it be better to be smart, or stupid?"

Alex smiled wryly at his friend. Whether it'd be better to be smart, or stupid... there was certainly some comfort in being stupid. It was difficult to tell whether it would be better, but Alex thought being stupid would be easier.

Going through life, understanding everything... it was a good thing, he thought.

Like a waitress who dropped a tray. It fell to the ground because of the gravity. It broke due to the force.

People who were stupid did not know what gravity was. People who were stupid didn't even need to think about it. Things just happened.

On the other hand, for those who were smart, society expected things. Society demanded the smart to continuously be smart, and to exceed themselves time and again. Society made no such demands on the stupid.

"I can't say," Alex replied with a shrug. "There's just too many things to think about, and consider." His friend shot him a grin.

"That's just like you! Always overthinking everything. That's why you're smart."

Alex sighed. He didn't really enjoy being smart that much, though, and he very much doubted he was. I'm nothing more than an indecisive jerk, he felt. When had been the last time he'd actually done something without first worrying over whether it was the right choice?

He looked up. The ceiling was made of glass, and the sun shone down on the courtyard. A large aquarium, complete with cafetaria and recreation areas. He should've never accepted that invitation.

"Look, let's just─"

Before Alex could finish his words, the entire world suddenly grew dark. There was a loud, high-pitched scream that seemed to assault him from all sides at once... and then the world fell completely quiet.


She felt like she'd just been clobbered on the head. There was a throbbing pain in the back of her head that just wouldn't go away. How long had she been lying there?

"Alex, you alright?" She looked around. Was this... was this still the aquarium? A great darkness had settled on the area. There seemed to be some kind of strange atmosphere hanging around, but she could not place her finger on it. She knew that it was spooky, though.

Spooky that there was no one around. Spooky that the cafetaria below, which had been brimming with people, seemed all but abandoned now. What had happened?

And where was Alex? I go through all that trouble to get him to come, and then... this... whatever it is, happens. She had to find out what'd happened.

"Hello? Anyone around?" Her voice echoed in a strange, distorted way. What the hell was going on?
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