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Citadel Tavern / Re: So, what's your "crack"?
« Last post by valadaar on January 20, 2016, 01:01:33 PM »
Fallout 4, though I've recently managed to shake it a bit.
Citadel Tavern / Re: So, what's your "crack"?
« Last post by Aramax on January 20, 2016, 12:23:27 PM »
Right now it's the ePub, I gave up my weekly game of 34 years for it
Citadel Tavern / So, what's your "crack"?
« Last post by Dossta on January 20, 2016, 11:43:12 AM »
Most people I know have some sort of addiction, though it usually isn't to an actual drug.  It's that thing that you *know* you shouldn't let yourself get back into, because your friends and family may not see you for months.  The thing that you will spend far more money on than you intended to.

For me, it's changed over the years.  First it was World of Warcraft.  Then it was Minecraft.  For awhile, it was Hearthstone (goddammit, Blizzard).  What is it for you guys?
Citadel Tavern / Re: Quotes of, by, and for, the Citadel
« Last post by Moonlake on January 19, 2016, 08:57:51 PM »
 Muro: I am not a DWARF!!! I'm like 5'11" in heels!!!!
Links / Re: Valadaars Link of The day
« Last post by valadaar on January 19, 2016, 08:02:11 PM »

Doing the 20th a little early, cause its so darn tacticool!

Apparently this is real armor with ballistic protection. Apparently they couldn't add the backpack rocket launcher though :)


[OOC: Welcome back, Dossta! Glad you're feeling better!]

During the time that they had been traveling, Liothryth had either been carving small wooden disks or sewing fabric she had purchased back in Pendel, as Kelad came up on deck last, grumbling all the way, she pulled out the disks.

"Unless things have changed, the borders of Tirnasol are protected by powerful enchantments meant to track outsiders." She handed one disk to each of them. "These will tell the enchantments that you are invited guetsts. Keep them close at all times." As Liothryth handed Sonata a disk, she looked closely at the young woman's face. Without saying a word, Liothryth managed to say that she knew something was going on, and that she would offer any assistance she could.

"I'm going below. We should be making landfall in about an hour. I'll see you all then."
[OOC: second Muro, cheer for Dossta]
(OOC: He's not dead!! Yay. Glad you're feeling better.)
Freeform Roleplaying / Re: Been out of the world for a spell...like to walk it a while.
« Last post by Dossta on January 19, 2016, 04:16:45 PM »
Sonata, too, felt something pulling at her from within, and was doing her best to *not* think about it.  The deck heaved beneath her feet and she closed her eyes, fighting off another wave of nausea.  The others hadn't noticed yet, but it would only be a matter of time.

Well, maybe not.  Ris was oblivious as most men were about these things, and probably thought Sonata's curtness over the past few weeks had something to do with *him*.  She snorted.  And Crysilda seemed little more than a child herself at times.  No, the only one likely to notice Sonata's condition was Liothryth, and she was preoccupied with her own troubles.

Sonata gazed miserably out towards land, desperate for the feel of solid ground under her boots but unable to appreciate the view.  It had been a miserable voyage.  Roughing it over land and over seas had thrown off her count, and it was too late to terminate now.  If she had not been in the middle of the gods-forsaken ocean, she might have been able to buy or steal the right herbs . . . but there was no use thinking of that now.  Sonata was going to have Requiem's child, and there was nothing she could do about it.

At least they were far away from Pendel.  Sonata knew she couldn't avoid going back -- she had debts, and the Guild would send someone to collect eventually.  But perhaps she could find somewhere safe to leave the babe.  Or maybe (she felt her heart constrict with hope) she would get the lucky break she needed, and could send her blood price back to Pendel before Requiem found out about the child.  She figured she deserved a little luck, by now.  If Sonata kept her eyes open, this journey might provide her with the opportunity of a lifetime.  She couldn't afford to hesitate when it came.

With a sigh, she heaved herself away from the railing and went to find Liothryth.

[OOC: I'm not dead!  *Miserable* week, though, so I will be coming back slowly.]
Links / Re: Valadaars Link of The day
« Last post by Murometz on January 19, 2016, 11:36:03 AM »
New chemistry! That was a fascinating read.
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