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Post by Guest on Thu Aug 27, 2015 9:57 am

P.S. Your so-called "stupid dice"...I don't see anything as innovative as this on the Dragon RPG forum. Lotus has even spoken of introducing other magical types of dice, probably seen nowhere else on the internet. Personally, I think all this is very impressive, but then, that's just me.

Also, they always work for me except the times I forget to set them up to roll...are you positive it isn't you who is messing up? Facebook Heart

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Post by President Roosevelt on Thu Aug 27, 2015 12:12 pm

People, just relax and have fun. And do cause mayhem while you're at it. Wink

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Post by Guest on Thu Aug 27, 2015 12:24 pm

President Roosevelt wrote:People, just relax and have fun.

Agreed!

President Roosevelt wrote:And do cause mayhem while you're at it. Wink

It's the mayhem part that I find disturbing. My idea of relaxed fun is



...not having constant criticism levelled at me by someone I've never even met.

That isn't relaxing, it's exhausting! I love this game seriously but it isn't a matter of life and death, it should just be cute and playful like the rest of this forum.... I love you

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Post by Night Eyes on Thu Aug 27, 2015 12:28 pm

pressie we're still waiting for your character to join us, i prob wont be able to do anything with my character until tomorrow, got a lot on today.. so erm.. try and keep her alive please lol x

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Post by Phantasm on Thu Aug 27, 2015 2:34 pm

SelinaM wrote:Phantasm, no offence but if you're only here for the gameplay I'm sure there are plenty of other forums that have a more "serious" RPG community. In fact, I'm sure there are many whole forums *dedicated* to RPG. I just did a google search and came up with a heap!

Firstly, I'm not "only here for the gameplay". I'm here to discuss other things as well, but right now I'm busy in my REAL life and I like to come on here for the fantasy roleply fix. Secondly, yes there are many RPG forums. But this one is different because it's an LOA forum. It shouldn't take that much intelligence to see that there is a big difference between some dungeon and dragons game for kids and a directed adult RPG with LOA truths worked into it.

Which brings me to my third point.

Also, you keep complaining that we aren't violent enough. Are you sure you even understand the concept of role playing? The idea is to have fun.

Yes, but there needs to be directed action for there to be fun. At the moment we're swimming in vagueness because we have no gamemaster. We're not playing by any rules. Yes it's freestyle, and that's why I'm trying to shock you into actually *doing* something. You guys spent pages and pages just going over character histories. That's fine maybe in a 19th century novel by some old fart. But games like this need to be plot-driven, not character-driven. To translate for you, that means that you don't sit around the fire knitting and telling each other how pretty your dresses are.

Do you know what all good films have in common? This:



Basically, sex and violence.
Violence=action
Sex=pleasure

Action+pleasure=fun


Finally, I have participated in roleplay before, unlike you probably. So there's no need to tell me how it's done.

I say all this with the greatest respect and love of course. Fact is, if it hadn't been for me you never would've even started playing, so you're making progress. You just have to work a bit on making it a game, not just a story. ♠ ♦ ♥


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Post by Phantasm on Thu Aug 27, 2015 2:36 pm

President Roosevelt wrote:People, just relax and have fun. And do cause mayhem while you're at it. Wink


LOOOL Mayhem is my other gaming name Cool
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Post by Guest on Fri Aug 28, 2015 12:56 am

Well I'm very busy myself, in fact I'm almost killing myself to be posting here the way I am. Since I'm not appreciated I think I'll do the same as Night and leave it for a while...at least until some people who are nicer than Phantasm join in.

In the meantime he can play on his own, with as much sex and violence as he pleases.

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Post by lunareclipse on Fri Aug 28, 2015 1:38 am

Reminds me when I was little and boys always wanted to play war and girls wanted to play princesses and tea parties Wink

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Post by Guest on Fri Aug 28, 2015 2:14 am

Did someone say tea party??? Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy


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Post by Guest on Fri Aug 28, 2015 2:22 am

Admittedly, when I was little I wanted to be Batman like the boy next door and I had a lot of spaceship toys and adored Lego... but I was very princessish most of the time... and dolls and fairies were definitely the order of the day.

I used to LOVE these Fairies of the Glen toys...



And Polly Pocket!!



Oh my goodness, the memories I love you I love you I love you

What are your favourite childhood memories Lunar? Smiley

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Post by Phantasm on Fri Aug 28, 2015 2:51 am

SelinaM wrote:Well I'm very busy myself, in fact I'm almost killing myself to be posting here the way I am. Since I'm not appreciated I think I'll do the same as Night and leave it for a while...at least until some people who are nicer than Phantasm join in.

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Post by Phantasm on Fri Aug 28, 2015 2:59 am

SelinaM wrote:Did someone say tea party??? Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy


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Post by lunareclipse on Fri Aug 28, 2015 4:20 am

SelinaM wrote:

What are your favourite childhood memories Lunar?

My family was really poor, so we never had any fancy toys, so no Polly Pocket and I think I had one tiniest cheapest lego, the most basic one. Most of my favorite memories are about snow castles we built and snow cave system we dug into deep snow, climbing trees, building tree houses, sleeping in the fresh hay in the summer, crying cause we thought Northern lights were ghosts about to attack us lol...

But I remember I did have a Barbie once, after begging my mom for couple years and it was the cheapest one Ibiza Barbie, but I felt like a millionaire when I got it
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Post by Night Eyes on Fri Aug 28, 2015 7:47 am

i loved Barbie! it was literally the only doll i would play with

i remember one christmas i was bought this massive peach pram with a doll... i hated it and had a bit of a tantrum as although i didnt mind certain girly things.. dolls i didnt

so well, the back of our street had a big banking behind it leading up to an industrial estate.... one day i managed to drag the pram up into the tree's and leave it there.... i was happy until i was made to go and rescue it!

i was also bought a girly bike.. all cream with a bell and a basket..... i cried.... i'd asked for a bmx!

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Post by Guest on Fri Aug 28, 2015 8:06 am

Aww Lunar your childhood memories sound magical! As an Aussie snow has always been something rare and wonderful to me, so I'd gladly give memories of playing with fairies for memories of snow castles and snow cave systems and Northern Lights...



Barbie was actually one doll I always wanted but came close to never getting. My mum never approved of Barbie dolls, so all my friends had them and I felt left out... but then one Christmas my grandma got me one (well it was actually my parents, but I was told it was my grandma)...I still remember how over the moon I was that night when I unwrapped her...I have pictures of me holding her proudly up to the camera...

It was a Mickey Mouse Barbie, but she looked a bit more tasteful than this:



closest I could find on the net though!!

And then I got another one from a friend when I was a little older, quite a basic one, and I loved her and then of course I cut her hair off one day (I was always a bit of an experimenter...) because I wanted to know what she'd look like with a shoulder length bob.

I didn't like it.

The trouble with dolls is that their hair doesn't grow back.

So of course for a long time I wished and wished I could magically get her hair back to normal, in vain, and then...

My mum bought her some Barbie hair extensions. Very Happy Yes, such things actually existed!!!

So she ended up with waist-long, luxurious, wavy, scrunchy, beautiful hair. I love you

But that didn't mean I didn't want other Barbies...I loved them so much and my best friend had a ballerina barbie doll with flexible joints...oh I loved that doll...she always let me play with her when I went over to her house.



(of course, I also wanted to be a ballerina, so I especially loved her for that!!)

I also loved Kelly dolls, they were so cute and I was actually allowed to have a couple. Wink



Did anyone play with Sylvanian Families? One day when I have kids I'm totally buying up lots of them...they're so adorable...



And aww Night lol - I thought I was the one who wasn't really that much of a girly girl!! Wink

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Post by Phantasm on Fri Aug 28, 2015 8:18 am

This reminds me of something I manifested online recently.



Synchronicity?
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Post by Night Eyes on Fri Aug 28, 2015 8:20 am

i had bag fulls of Barbies... i'd love to know where they ended up, i also had loads of My little Pony and Transformers.. so of course they all played together! i think i had a little badger from Sylvanian families... but my mother never seemed to buy them for me even though i begged






my nan bought me these one xmas... they were my absolute favourite... until they invented a Barbie who's lipstick changed colour with water and a Ken who's hair went from brown to blonde!

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Post by lunareclipse on Fri Aug 28, 2015 8:54 am

Haha, yes I used to beat up the normal dolls.
My husband has 2 little nieces 3 year old and 6 year old and they have all the gadgets you could imagine, all the ipads and truckloads of fancy toys. I remember last Christmas when we got them a bunch of toys I got them a Barbie each, the mermaid one that changes color when in water and the one with long hair that you can color. Man, I was jelly, wanted to open the boxes and play myself lol




Haha yes I eventually cut my Barbie's hair off too. I think I also gave her a different make up with my school ink pen, which looked more like a prison tattoo.
One of my friends had a ski Barbie and another one the dark skin friend, Christie or what was it. Ohh I so wanted those...


but seriously how gay were the Ken dolls? Cool



But one thing that I MOST MOST wanted and never got (besides a real pony) was Biker Mice from Mars toys.

I was lurking behind the store window for hours every day staring at them. I was probably the biggest fan they ever had lol. In fact, why hasn't this manifested yet? I think my son needs them right now... ehemm

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Post by President Roosevelt on Sun Aug 30, 2015 12:02 am

SelinaM wrote:Well I'm very busy myself, in fact I'm almost killing myself to be posting here the way I am. Since I'm not appreciated I think I'll do the same as Night and leave it for a while...at least until some people who are nicer than Phantasm join in.

In the meantime he can play on his own, with as much sex and violence as he pleases.

You don't like violence or sex?  Sad

When I was a kid, I undressed my cousin's Barbie, undressed my G.I. Joe, spread naked Barbie's legs, and put naked G.I. Joe right on top of her, you know, missionary position. I tried to set up the reverse cowgirl position but I nearly broke Barbie's legs so I had to settle for doggy style and 69. I even got Spiderman in on it, the mask, costume, and webbing gave the threesome some extra kink and I set up the "Spiderman position". Let's just say that G.I. Joe had a good grip on his bazooka, Spiderman used his sticky fingers, and Barbie couldn't stand up properly ever since. My cousin wasn't very thrilled about it, as a matter of fact she screamed at me and ran to her Mom complaining. After all Barbie's hair was very frazzled (and very wet, I don't know how that happened). But I'm sure Barbie enjoyed herself, she was smiling all the time. Who knows what would have happened if I brought my Legos and Darth Vader with me, but that X-Wing Starfighter sure came in handy. Looking back, I probably could have been a very good porn director... Wink

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Post by Guest on Sun Aug 30, 2015 2:40 am

Oh President. Sad

You're even worse than he is!

And I was so excited to see you'd posted here - I thought you were reviving the currently dead-as-a-duck game!!

Come to think of it you and Phanty would obviously get along - though I shudder to think what you might not come up with if you didn't have the gentle female influences of me and Night, so maybe we shouldn't let you be in the game without us Very Happy


^Renaissance epic poetry - as much sex and violence as Selina can handle (actually there's quite a lot - some of it very graphic, e.g. "He struck the giant’s bone, on his right thigh; and sliced it through like pastry with a knife" - and I'm not including the descriptions of guts and gore)...  I think maybe it is partly to do with me having been vegetarian all my life? as Lotus pointed out this creates a different/less violent state of being...different kind of energy and influences personality...

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I wonder - what would people's ideal game worlds be? We were obviously just making up as we went along because it was freelance - but I'm wondering whether a LOTR world or James Bond world or Harry Potter Very Happy world or something wouldn't perhaps be more popular and draw in the crowds, so to speak? Wink


If we do LOTR I bags Arwen Wink

I'm guessing PR and Phanty would like a gangster game of course Razz while Lunar and Night and I would enjoy having a quiet tea party, in a world in which Lunar was a powerful multi-billionaire and Night and I of course still had our pets and pointy ears Wink

Obviously we're all in suspense as to what Princess Posay will come up with Very Happy it is after all her choice Smiley


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Post by Night Eyes on Sun Aug 30, 2015 6:22 am

hahahahahahahaha pressie!!! you're soooo naughty

my Barbie and Ken often went on dates and it lead to 'something else' but it was never a sordid as your spiderman!

Selina that Renaissance picture reminds me of Persius rescuing Andromeda from the Kraken!

and yes if people would like to join in on a different world perhaps we could get a headcount of who's going to play

i think it would be a shame not to move forward with this game as Lotus clearly put in so much effort to research and set up everything for us Smiley

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Post by Guest on Tue Sep 01, 2015 9:40 pm

Guys, I haven't forgotten. I'm nearly there to getting my head around this but I'm still in the process of reading everything. It's a lot of information and seriously, the effort that has went into making this game possible, even at it's most "simplest" form, is quite extraordinary. You deserve a big gold star, "Admin" Razz should we just pick up where you guys left off in here?

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Post by Night Eyes on Wed Sep 02, 2015 3:14 am

i dont mind if we start a totally new game when people are ready

or if we do pick up where we left off, should we do it in a new thread, so anyone else thinking of joining has this to read without it getting any longer

it would be good to get like a list of names as to who's playing

im still waiting for Zorba to say he'll play Razz

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Post by Phantasm on Wed Sep 02, 2015 6:14 am

posay wrote:Guys, I haven't forgotten.  I'm nearly there to getting my head around this but I'm still in the process of reading everything.  It's a lot of information and seriously, the effort that has went into making this game possible, even at it's most "simplest" form, is quite extraordinary.  You deserve a big gold star, "Admin" Razz should we just pick up where you guys left off in here?


Ooooooooohhhhhhhhhhhh Pooooosayyy I'm soooo glad you've posted finally, I'm so so excited for this game! I wanna see our little animal companions make friends! And we need to have a tea party while we're at it!!!

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