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The Democratic Republic of the Peloponnese
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Michael Jotne Slayer's comment on 2009-01-10 07:31 AM
The Zombie survival Guide is not an excellent read, it is VITAL! "They feel no fear, why should you?" Go to Comment
The Democratic Republic of the Peloponnese
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Michael Jotne Slayer's comment on 2009-01-10 07:32 AM
SS on steroids:) Go to Comment
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valadaar's comment on 2013-12-16 10:39 AM
Only voted Go to Comment
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angryscotsman93's comment on 2009-01-08 12:12 PM
Updated: Fixing a few typos. Go to Comment
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angryscotsman93's comment on 2009-01-08 12:21 PM
Updated: Another typo. Go to Comment
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angryscotsman93's comment on 2009-01-09 05:38 PM
Updated: Added some information about the nation's infrastructure. Go to Comment
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angryscotsman93's comment on 2009-01-09 05:39 PM
Well, a lot of it sort of involves a character that I'm going to be putting up soon. Go to Comment
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angryscotsman93's comment on 2009-01-09 07:13 PM
Sort a like Sparta, mixed with Nazi Germany, mixed with the old Soviet Union, mixed with... I dunno, some place with pretty bad soldiers. Unlike Sparta and Hitler's Wermacht, the average DRP soldier -be he a tank pilot, infantryman, or airman (occassionally sailors, though their navy isn't very large)- is very poorly trained and equipped, but is mainly kept in line through an almost-religious fervour, a diehard belief in the theory of Greek mastery, and fear of the DRP's Special Forces infantry. These are the exception that proves the rule- the diamond in a dunghill, if you will. These guys are like the SS on steroids: equipped with futuristic assault rifles, battlesuits, access to all elements of DRP society, and an unswerving, fanatical belief in their superiority. These soldiers are trained from childhood to act this way, much like Medieval knights, and are renowned for their willingness to commit any act, no matter how atrocious- even against their fellow DRP soldiers. Go to Comment
Thomas Thorne, the Unfortunate Mage
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Barbarian Horde's comment on 2009-01-06 03:53 PM
no butchering from me. Its not bad. I probably say that because I just finished reading Discworld for the first time ever. The plot hooks are nifty too. (still some typos) Go to Comment
Thomas Thorne, the Unfortunate Mage
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manfred's comment on 2009-01-10 01:46 PM
Now there's a fun guy. You don't see often powerful wizards, that need to be paranoid around every mercenary. (And hey, that means adventurers too!)

A good character to include in a game. Go to Comment
Thomas Thorne, the Unfortunate Mage
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Maggot's comment on 2009-01-08 10:35 AM
This is quite succintly written and I like the sardonic, wry sense of humour that pervades the story. But is there some hidden reason as to why Thorne's spells keep causing damage that he has no intention of inflicting? Surely a competant mage like him would able to prevent such disasters. Go to Comment
Thomas Thorne, the Unfortunate Mage
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Cheka Man's comment on 2009-01-04 05:06 PM
Not bad, I can't vote yet as it is still In Work. Go to Comment
Thomas Thorne, the Unfortunate Mage
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Murometz's comment on 2009-01-05 07:24 PM
Hunted by the agents of my homeland (for the flaming dog incident), Callomaine (for never completing my tuelage there), and Al-Sahri (I just told you that, and I'm not repeating it), I didn't know where to go. It was then that I heard of the Fringe Lands, and decided that living there would be a much better alternative to getting my bollocks chopped off on Kalos.

Character is ok, but I like how you write :) Funny stuff! Being that I just got around to reading Discworld, it seems to be in a similar vein. Welcome to the Citadel.


(fix tutelage spelling) Go to Comment
Thomas Thorne, the Unfortunate Mage
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Murometz's comment on 2009-01-05 07:25 PM
Hmm, it seems to be both an In-Work, so cant vote. Go to Comment
Thomas Thorne, the Unfortunate Mage
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Murometz's comment on 2009-01-06 03:54 PM
Oops, timed out ^ Go to Comment
Thomas Thorne, the Unfortunate Mage
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valadaar's comment on 2009-01-05 11:07 AM
Okay, keeping with the Silly theme, the description in first person is cool. I like the style!

His items seem a bit powerful - the sash especially since it is worded to sound like it makes him invulnerable -"First, it helps take pressure away from or completely stop any attack" - if it can stop any attack, why would it reduce the pressure? Seems an odd turn of phrase. Slowing down incoming strikes, absorbing damage, etc, seem a more direct way to state that. Apart from its dramatic color - and resulting in him being more recognizable, does it have other drawbacks? Go to Comment
Thomas Thorne, the Unfortunate Mage
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valadaar's comment on 2009-01-05 06:46 PM
I'd agree with any edged weapon for sure, but pressure is still not the word I would use. Technically accurate, but it still sounds odd.

As for the side effect, unless the sash is somehow modifying the amount of kinetic energy (is it? if so, how about blunt weapons that have no real high-pressure point), the impact should be not able to toss people around. If I hit you with a hammer hard enough to send you flying, the impact would break my arm. I can stove in your skull or ribcage, but not send you flying.

And does the sash only protect what it covers, or the whole body? Go to Comment
Thomas Thorne, the Unfortunate Mage
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Silveressa's comment on 2011-07-11 02:40 PM


A unique and certainly memorable addition to the PC's collection of friends and allies; one they'd likely want to keep visting simply becuse of how much fun/intruiging he is.


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angryscotsman93's comment on 2009-01-04 02:06 PM
Updated: Just changing a few typos. Go to Comment
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angryscotsman93's comment on 2009-01-04 08:11 PM
Thank ye kindly! Would you happen to have any advice for me? Go to Comment
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