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30 Members Of The Players Cult
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Shadoweagle's comment on 2013-05-26 01:47 AM
Love the Players Cult, and these folk fit right into it! I'd love to know more about what happened to the two founders - perhaps they are worth expanding as NPC's. Go to Comment
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Scrasamax's comment on 2013-05-23 11:09 AM
Love it, and want to use it! Go to Comment
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Kassy's comment on 2013-05-23 08:36 AM
4.0/5

I dislike being the first to cast a vote on any submission, the only thing I like even less is a sub with no/little voting activity. So here ya go!

I like it, like Moonlake, modern isn't my 'usual' setting, but this is good.

Congratulations on the completion of a good 30! Go to Comment
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Moonlake's comment on 2013-05-22 09:39 PM
I think the formatting of this is brilliant and I do think this 30 rounds out the Player Cult nicely and adds great depth to it in terms of the inner intrigues that're going on. However, I do have to say modern is just not my thing so I sort of stopped reading halfway through the Puzzle Gamer section (I did jump ahead and read Exodus and thinks that gives a very good reason for the Death Bringer Guild arising within the Player Cult).

I'm not voting on this particular piece b/c I think I might do it an injustice. I wouldn't change a single thing on it (which according to what I revealed abt my voting practice should be a 5) but if someone really force me to vote on it, my gut feeling would tell me to vote a 4. And yes, I did mention (when I revealed my voting standard) that I will refrain from voting on subs that are just not my 'cup of tea' regardless of their quality. Go to Comment
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Dossta's comment on 2013-05-22 01:36 PM
Update: Fixed up the formatting a bit, and went over it again for spelling/grammatical errors. Go to Comment
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Dossta's comment on 2013-05-22 10:59 PM
Thanks for that, Moonlake. I went ahead and tagged the piece as "Modern" to help give other people a heads-up about it, as well. Go to Comment
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caesar193's comment on 2013-05-23 11:06 AM
This is a very complete 30. It is very useful for both, as you said, a gang member, or their actual purpose: being a Player. This does a very good job at fleshing out the Cult and its ambitions. I have a feeling that I should critique you on something in this, but I can't think of what.

Good job, Dossta. Go to Comment
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Scrasamax's comment on 2013-05-10 07:25 PM
I enjoyed this read, and I like the concept. Storage cubes are interesting and give me all sorts of smuggling, human trafficking and otherwise technoabuses Go to Comment
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Cheka Man's comment on 2013-05-13 10:52 AM
Could I order a tame Giant Spider through them? Go to Comment
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Dozus's comment on 2016-12-08 02:28 PM
24) Borellian MagSpheres

Physical Description: A number of shiny metallic spheres, one centimeter in wideth and varying in color from whitish silver to colbalt blue, arranged in various geometric figures.

Borel was an industrial colony that experienced a nightmarish robotic mishap: the patented MagSpheres that were used to attach to and recycle metals had their AI corrupted, their self-replicating subroutine taking top programming priority. As a result, Borel collapsed under a swarm of little metal balls. A recovery operation successfully shut down the AI with a virus, leaving the MagSpheres able only to repair themselves when damaged rather than reproduce in endless number. Researchers also found the AI had learned to modify itself, essentially becoming a self-aware organism.

Borellian MagSpheres gradually found their way off world by collectors, and PetDex made a significant investment in a collection of several billion. They are essentially a colony organism, the MagSpheres attaching to one another to form geometric figures, typically cubes but they can relign their magnetic poles to create any closed geometric figure. MagSpheres are intelligent and can respond to commands, and can sense the world around them with internal sensors and recording devices. They are mostly enjoyed by collectors as decorative curios, a reminder of AI gone awry, but they can be useful in spacecraft as diagnostic tools, able to clink down narrow passageways with their tiny bodies and rearrangeable formats. MagSpheres self-soothe when bored or frightened by slowly arranging themselves and rearranging into favored arrangements. Go to Comment
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Dozus's comment on 2016-12-08 02:30 PM
I kind of wanted to not like this, since a sci-fi Pokemon just didn't appeal to me. But danged if this isn't a lot of fun. Go to Comment
Petdex
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Murometz's comment on 2013-05-15 03:16 PM
Interesting! Pokemon ball meets Scras' Cosmic Era, was my main takeaway. Really like the sample pets! Weird and memorable. + .5 for all the samples. Go to Comment
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Murometz's comment on 2013-05-17 02:33 PM
as Cheka might say..."I want one!" Go to Comment
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Murometz's comment on 2013-05-17 03:36 PM
11) Buruvian Shellcrackers

T’adshi’gazmu, as they are known in the far-flung galaxy where they originate, resemble sea-scorpions, anywhere from six to eight inches in length, but are not aquatic by nature. Unusual creatures comprised almost entirely of chitin, with numerous appendages, feelers, antennae, prodders, and pincers, they are not a good choice for those wanting emotionally satisfying interactions with their pets. Their claim to fame is the astonishing, prehensile strength of their pincer grips. If they can grasp an object, they can crush it like kindling, up to and including titanium steel or even harder materials! Originally, these critters were used by the highly unpleasant Buruvi race for crushing and opening the bizarre, stone-hard shells of the mollusk-like creatures of their home world. Over the centuries Shellcrackers have found their way inside the PetDex cubes, and are now prized by owners for their ability to destroy *anything* they can get their pincers around (approximately something 1.5 inches in diameter or smaller) once taken out of their cube. Creatures of little intelligence (thankfully), great care must be taken when letting “loose” the Shellcrackers, as one Captain Kurkus Three-Finger can attest to, for example. Starship engineers have also been documented using Shellcrackers to snap cables and wiring in emergency situations.

They require little “care”, as they feed on invisible particles, found in almost any given environment, and seem perfectly content to simply crush and break, any object put in front of them. There are rumors of giant Shellcrackers somewhere out there in the vastness of space, and tales of these creatures ripping through starships as if through aluminum foil, but thankfully those have not found their way into PetDex cubes…as of yet.
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Murometz's comment on 2015-12-08 03:47 PM

Nice. This is what I was going for with my pet dwarven rocks :)

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Kassy's comment on 2013-05-18 08:23 AM
Only voted Go to Comment
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Elbin's comment on 2013-05-30 04:16 AM
I'll definitely try to come up with something for this scroll! Go to Comment
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Moonlake's comment on 2013-05-12 04:53 AM
Even though I'm not personally into pets, I do find the idea of this sub likeable. However, I don't quite get why govts. want to get their hands on some unkeyed Pet Cubes. Is it sth like the Pet Cube can capture any species in the whole universe and so they can store even humans in a Pet Cube if they wanted?
P.S Will add some to the Creature Dex when I have time and some ideas. Go to Comment
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Moonlake's comment on 2013-05-12 06:46 PM
Well, yes, I can't tell (until I looked it up just then), Pokemon is sth I know the existence of but never got into it (I had practically outgrown cartoons by the time it hits) Go to Comment
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Moonlake's comment on 2013-05-12 09:34 PM
4) Nine-tailed foxes

Physical Description: Fox-like creatures that are kitten sized and with a face resembling Alaskan Malamutes. Depending on their growth phase, they have up to nine tails and come in a range of (pure) colours

These cuties are popular with the ladies as they have a tendency for snuggling up against owners and especially enjoy being stroked on their lustrous tails. Unlike their namesake in Chinese myths, these creatures are common domesticated pets on their native planet and do not have any supernatural abilities. They are also vegetarians. They have much longer life spans compared to a human and this has given rise to a new trend of these creatures being passed down from mother to daughter as a keepsake.

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