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Freeform Roleplaying / Re: Tlot-Tuk, the Land of Liars
« Last post by valadaar on March 31, 2017, 03:40:52 PM »
Don't see how both cannot be true.

I agree with Muro on these.  The name generation can be much better.
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Freeform Roleplaying / Re: Tlot-Tuk, the Land of Liars
« Last post by axlerowes on March 31, 2017, 02:21:11 PM »
The maps rock! The names suck.

Weren't you the one that gave us the Pra-Oohk crater, home of the man eating grapes?
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Freeform Roleplaying / Re: The Last Tomorrow, or, Tales of Great Moltholom
« Last post by valadaar on March 31, 2017, 11:21:12 AM »
I think in the end, we each define what is in our own spellbooks, and without stating it up front to potentially paint ourselves into the corner.  It might remove some of the challenge of making due with spells you have chosen, but I trust we are all going to be honest enough not to always have the super-best spell for any particular situation available.

Straight battle magics are no-brainers, but Ervads Potent Calmer of Rabid Oasts would be a bit contrived if we happen to  be set upon by a hoard of Rabid Oasts :)


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Freeform Roleplaying / Re: The Last Tomorrow, or, Tales of Great Moltholom
« Last post by Aramax on March 31, 2017, 08:58:34 AM »
Ok Scras told me he's not a "speelbook" fan, so that makes both other players out on that, so I guess we just "wing it"

EDIT I am a HUGE fan of the "memorization" type magic, but I totally get peeps who don't want to be bogged down w / th "paperwork", I'm goina stick with the mememorizarion and major and minor spells out of personal preferarance and using it for RPing
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Freeform Roleplaying / Re: The Last Tomorrow, or, Tales of Great Moltholom
« Last post by Aramax on March 31, 2017, 06:54:51 AM »
OOC, Yes Ikels is a very dangourus and deranged individual, who would see both your characterers as abimnations(Scras a little bit more) HOWEVER That said he is not a fight starter and is respected for obeying the LETTER of the law amung the grand wizards., as such he does not plot against them AT ALL, BUT seeks to destroy those who are unworthy by following the Law. In following that law , he does not see all infractions as punishable by death unless the rules specificly call for it. He is a Re-acter not an initiater, this is well know about him, also I really like the idea that they created a "Sergant -at-Arms" position for him with absolutly no powers, except maybe too invoke a meeting if there is a threat to the council as a whole.(to placate him)

Muro: Now that I fleshed out my magic systema little. How do you feel about it?( basic idea is no die rolls) I'm kinda on the fence and I don't think Val wants structure like that (Val?)
So I'll go along with whatever the majority (or I suppose GM ) says.
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Freeform Roleplaying / Re: The Last Wizards
« Last post by Aramax on March 31, 2017, 06:26:47 AM »
Ikela spends the remaining days , training with his monks and thinkiing of which spells he will memorize. It's not that he is prepared for trouble, he is seeking it. He hones the monks to their peak of damage absorbion and sin eating, wondering why if his host planned any miscief he would have set it on one of the most auspituos days for Ikela.

Considering the privey situation, he carefully prepares his artifical private parts, used solely for elimination and show. Many of the Tourmaline were aware of his self mutilatzation but decline to show that knowlege out of very smart discresion.

He would need to ponder long and hard on his spells, for the portents for trouble surrounded him
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Freeform Roleplaying / Re: The Last Wizards
« Last post by valadaar on March 30, 2017, 09:57:14 PM »
It was a difficult endeavour indeed to get a note to Thalonin.  There were several middlemen in the process, some of which were something _other_ then men. Ardid the messenger shivered as he returned to his village, coin in hand. It would be a long time before he forgot that image..

Thalonin examined the note - a new spell? Interesting. It seemed Vulvaturo’s well had not gone completely dry.  He would do well to see what line he had researched, even if he had to subject himself to the others.  The Day of Locusts. An odd choice - one that would disrupt some of Thalonin’s plans for that day.  Perhaps not an odd choice at all?  What _was_ he planning? Surely it was not just to show off his new spell.  Ah, a birthday. So random chance dictated by crude intercourse uncounted - not quite uncounted - years past?  Mind you, the date was appropriate for Vulvaturo.

So, that ritual would fall to one of the Apprentices. He had best do a good job of it. The last time it failed it was weeks clearing out the last of the vermin.

Thalonin retired to his study - he would need to take time to craft a proper visage for the event. It had been some time since he had exercised that particular art...



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Freeform Roleplaying / Re: The Last Wizards
« Last post by Scrasamax on March 30, 2017, 04:11:12 PM »
Thangirion regarded the missive from the Brotherhood skeptically. In his youth, beforeburying himself in his tomb he had heard word of such a venture, and had considered it foolish. Perhaps not if it were the last redoubt of magi. Their offerings of a new spell was laughable. Once, there had been more spells than a man could count in a lifetime, now there were just a hundred left. She had loved the royal fetes, with dancing and displays of valour, magic, poetry, and music. He would attend.

He summoned his consort, a golem made of gold with eyes of adamant and bade her to show him she could dance in the proper fashion, while his valets attended his formal dress. 

WE CAN KILL THEM ALL Belphegor thundered.

we will not harm them unless they seek to harm us Zomiel countered.

Thangirion compused himself and made preparation to leave the Graveyard of Dragons. He raised more barghests, undead hounds made of human and wolf corpses and sent them to patrol. His dullahans were gird in their funeral iron and ready to butcher anything with blood or pulse that ventured too close. Finally, he bade his three mummified sorcereress daughters, Hellborre, Nightshade, and Hemlock to guard the demense with their very existence.
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Freeform Roleplaying / Re: The Last Tomorrow, or, Tales of Great Moltholom
« Last post by Aramax on March 30, 2017, 10:23:49 AM »
It's a work in progress
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Freeform Roleplaying / Re: The Last Tomorrow, or, Tales of Great Moltholom
« Last post by Murometz on March 30, 2017, 10:08:11 AM »
Re: above, i'll happily use your spell casting system, though I don't quite understand the mechanics fully.

Can you expound on that?
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