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Master Simonus
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Cheka Man's comment on 2005-01-23 12:56 PM
He reminds me of Rincewind, the failed Discworld wizard. 5/5 Go to Comment
Master Simonus
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Dragon Lord's comment on 2005-01-24 09:12 AM
Oh the possibilities

5/5 Go to Comment
Master Simonus
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KendraHeart's comment on 2005-07-10 02:57 PM
Character actors as NPCs. I love it. Go to Comment
Master Simonus
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TheSnakeRoselynAlexandra's comment on 2006-04-17 12:53 AM
I can see this man as a big loving father! An his sharp tongue to keep him out of the lines only makes him ever more so of a funny person. It is truly not his fault that he stumbled into all this trouble. It only happened to him. No wounder Lady Julia is the way she is. Keep going with this one! Go to Comment
Master Simonus
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Murometz's comment on 2006-04-16 04:28 PM
I like him a lot! He can obviously be involved in a zillion plot hooks. I love characters like this!

Oh and thats "Roddy" McDowell (no inet necessary :D) Go to Comment
Magenta Rose
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CaptainPenguin's comment on 2004-12-11 06:55 PM
Good!
An interesting symbol of peace and alliance. Something to add spice and background to a world.

4/5. Go to Comment
Magenta Rose
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MoonHunter's comment on 2004-12-09 01:22 PM
So I had been planning this Rose post for several days now. When I log on this morning, there is another rose related post. Synchronicity strikes hard and fast. Go to Comment
Magenta Rose
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MoonHunter's comment on 2004-12-09 01:43 PM
Yes. It is symbolic of their relationship. So when the relationship goes antagonistic, the rose withers, dries up, and so on.

"To symbolize and signify the relations between our peoples"

Symbolize it (gifts are often given to commemorate events and things).

To signify (it monitors the health of their relationship). Go to Comment
Magenta Rose
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MoonHunter's comment on 2006-01-07 02:24 PM
The Campaign is comming, search all the various parts and the freetext Magenta Rose to see them all come up. I am adding more slowly and surely.
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The Southern Knights could be added to this mix, but they are really a seperate series.

There are five NPCs (King, Consort, Princess I, Princess II, and Elven King (once Prince), two to three related plots (in a series), and maybe some location/ kingdom posts. Go to Comment
Magenta Rose
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MoonHunter's comment on 2006-11-12 10:52 AM
That is actually true. The item can be used by itself, building up a world around it and the powerful Elves/ Mythics on their border. Or you can add all the other Magenta Rose submissions together with it, creating a more complex and dramatic situation with an aging king and the courtiers jockying for position OR outright war. Go to Comment
Magenta Rose
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MoonHunter's comment on 2007-11-13 06:30 PM
It is close to being totally done actually. I have done enough that you can just plop it down. Follow the links back or go to Court of the Magenta Rose for the summary.

Or you can go back to basis, and ignore the whole Twin Rose Wars plotline, and create a kingdom that backs against the fairy/ elves. It is an old country, but in many ways, it is the frontier against the unknown. There we have a fragile peace between Humanity and The Mythics, all held together by a single rosebush. Go to Comment
Magenta Rose
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Iain's comment on 2006-11-11 02:43 AM
A post that could be the keystone of an entire campaign or world. Go to Comment
Magenta Rose
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Scrasamax's comment on 2004-12-09 03:33 PM
Subtle yet enchanting. Well done.

5/5 Go to Comment
Magenta Rose
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EchoMirage's comment on 2004-12-09 01:37 PM
From the text i did not discern ... does it do anything special? Like thriving when the elves and humans are at peace, or withering when armies march to war? Go to Comment
Magenta Rose
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Ancient Gamer's comment on 2004-12-09 03:09 PM
I have a soft spot for fauna, I admit it. I like the background and I like the fact that the plant has an unusal function. Good idea and a nice touch that will lend extra wealth to the setting.
5/5 Go to Comment
Magenta Rose
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Mourngrymn's comment on 2004-12-16 09:12 AM
I'm glad my simple post was able to bring out more, if not something better, ideas than my own. The duality of Elven and human culture is a wonderful touch. When they thrive the roses bloom, when they war, they wilt. Very interesting touch.

Good job.

Oh and 5/5 Go to Comment
Magenta Rose
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KendraHeart's comment on 2005-11-04 10:07 AM
Romantic Fantasy inspired. I could see this as a Blue Rose background. Where is the campaign attached to this.

And how many things are attached to this? Why aren't the Southern Knights group attatched to this.

Sorry accidently posted this on the knight order as well. Go to Comment
Magenta Rose
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KendraHeart's comment on 2006-01-07 10:45 PM
Hurry. Inquiring minds want more. Go to Comment
Magenta Rose
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axlerowes's comment on 2013-06-02 11:46 AM
This daily highlight comes from a different time on the citadel. It has core idea which is nice enough. The rose bush is a nice plot idea and could be interesting starting point for some intellectual excursions into how this barometer might work. Does the Rose bush see the future? Does it mystically poll public opinion? Does it track the exchange rate between currencies and trade goods? What is a healthy relationship between Elves and Humans? Does the rose bush take into account the author's disrespect for human culture? If Elven culture begins to dominate human culture is that healthy? Is the Rose bush biased? I don't think the specific answers matter, but the in game exploration could be interesting. This is a good candidate for a 100 word rework. Go to Comment
Magenta Rose
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Elbin's comment on 2013-06-02 11:51 AM
Have you thought of making the connection two-way? I mean that influence on the rosebush could have an effect on the relationships between the countries, even if it's subtle. Go to Comment
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