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Re: Introducing a new haunt to the house Haunts too spooky for me. u.u

Jk

Welcome to fantasy faction, where people write and marketing is a *****
Whether you're looking for ye olde tavern for a quest or a grubby space port bar with fluorescent drinks, there's always a seat here with your name on it. We don't keep tabs and take your fights outside, cuz there's expensive bottles here.

Enjoy your stay!


March 29, 2015, 01:52:09 PM
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Re: Say Hi, I'm new thread
Hi.  I am new here. Big fan of Robin Hobb. Looking forward to reading Wee Free Men with the Book Club.
Here, @Nighteyes. Here, Nighteyes. Good boy. Want some spam?

Don't tease a dog.  They can bite.   :P

Some humans do too

March 30, 2015, 04:17:03 PM
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Re: Pillars of Eternity
Or a try at an RPG here on F-F. Though I can't imagine actually staying on topic  ;D
We had two and they were immensely fun. On topic is such a boring term...  ;D ;)

Off topic again (sorry)

Wish I could've joined. Never done a "real" rpg before. I use my dnd books whenever I want to read something "light" rather than actually using them to play. My dice serve me when I can't make up my mind about a plot choice.

On topic:
I haven't played Pillars of Eternity. Nor have I played any of the BGs. Am I missing out?

March 31, 2015, 08:47:36 PM
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Re: GoT Clue game - I really kinda want it Where will you ever find 48 victims players among your social circle to play that? (And not have it end in a fight)
April 01, 2015, 12:51:31 PM
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Re: Miscellaneous Musings To solve the problem we should all switch to degrees kelvin. That way no one will have what they want and we'll all be equally happy :)
Though some (including myself to note) will be more equal.

April 01, 2015, 02:18:42 PM
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Re: [Apr 2015] - Werewolf, Vampire, Girl - Discussion Thread
Fun story, Xi.
But where were the werewolf, the vampire and the girl?

Spoiler for Hiden:
The girl dinosaur is the offspring of werewolf and vampire bloodlines.

April 01, 2015, 08:38:32 PM
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Re: [Apr 2015] - Werewolf, Vampire, Girl - Discussion Thread Got rough layout done, now polishing it up a bit and post either tonight or tomorrow. First time doing this monthly thing. First post of writing too. Shall I be nervous about destructive critics?  :P
For great disappointment open spoilers:
Spoiler for Hiden:
It's not about vampires, werewolves or girls.

April 02, 2015, 11:53:42 AM
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Re: Software for Readers and Writers...
Out of interest - has anyone ever used any speech recognition stuff to try and write. Such as the appropriately named (for fantasy) Dragon?  (http://www.nuance.co.uk/dragon/index.htm)

How would that handle fantastic spelling? Try teaching it elvish :p

April 02, 2015, 02:25:00 PM
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Re: Gentleman and Bastard at 750 posts... it's a lifestyle choice Congratulations are in order, you nutcase.
Reached Night Angel myself and I must confess I know neither title source! Shame on me.

April 02, 2015, 03:46:55 PM
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Re: [Apr 2015] - Plot Twist! Werewolf, Vampire, Goat - Submission Thread Can't believe you wrote that as fast as you did, @wakarimasen ^^ Great job.

Below's mine. A humble 581 words, so it's a quick read. Please kill me softly, critics  :P

Basil

Spoiler for Hiden:
Skipperbirds called in the distance as they tried to attract a mate. Spring had only just set in and the forest teemed with expectation. Thick bulbs on the branches heralded future flowers. A monotone hum disturbed all that, however. Basil Fabelhaft steered his elstir back from the trees and onto the open field towards the encampment. Sweat formed on the hairy striped flanks of his trusted mount as they made their way through the long grass. The animal's four hooves left a cloud of dust in their wake as they headed up the hill where the red camp was set up, overlooking the fields.

'Boy, any sign of the enemy?'
The captain sat on a stool beside his elstir. He was chewing tobacco vigorously. Something was on his nerves.
Basil nodded his head. 'Yes, captain Aldus, sir. A strange hum from within the forest.'
The captain snorted, his white moustache waved. 'Good job, boy. A strange hum, eh.' He grinned as if it were something funny.
Basil remained in place. 'Fabelhaft, sir.' He ventured, hoping that getting his name known would be an extra stepping stone for promotion.
'Name doesn't matter when you're dead, kid. The enemy is coming for us. Anyway, get the troops ready.' He got up and left for his red pavilion tent to prepare for the coming battle. Basil wished he'd been under a more ambitious commander. He shook his head. Not much he could do about it here and now. His elstir urged him by a poke in his back with its long nose. 'Haha, don't worry, buddy, you'll get your feed. We'll have to be quick. Scary time ahead of us.'

An hour later, the cavalry was lined up along the slope, hunched down on their mounts in the long grass and ready for an ambush. The plan was easy enough but had proven to be effective before. Basil gripped his reins tight and swallowed. He didn't like that hum. The elstir were uneasy. It had grown louder and louder and was audible across the plains up to this point now. A whistle sounded, enemy spotted. He looked at the edge of the forest but didn't see anything. False alarm. Then one of the men yelled. A silver edge had appeared above the trees. It grew and grew until a monstrosity of shining metal appeared. Captain Aldus appeared stupefied. 'That bloody thing is as large as a city! What is that?'
The silver object detached itself from the swaying trees and made its way forward, charring the canopy. A metal voice boomed through the air, it came from the metal thing. 'This is admiral Stephanos of the HMS Van Oranje. In name of the Federation we hereby claim this world and all its possessions.'
Captain Aldus went from pale to purple. He pulled Basil close and told him in a hoarse voice. 'Run boy. Run and save your skin. Go to the capital and tell the bloody king and queen what's happening out here.' Basil nodded, turned his mount and urged his friend south. Behind him the captain regained his composure and sat up in his saddle. 'Right boys. We're all going to die here, there's no denying that. But we'll show 'em how a real man dies, right?'
The men cried out and charged. The ship incinerated the fields with its sorcery and Basil Fabelhaft closed his eyes to that demonic light in which his comrades screamed.

That was the day the Earthlings invaded.

Edit: Added a title.

April 02, 2015, 06:14:19 PM
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