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  1. 3 points
    I don't know if I want to using that trope. There are going to be some NPCs(And my PCs if there unlucky enough) that are going to think the monsters are angels or demons. I don't want to revile too much about whats going to happen since you might want to play. Edite: And here is a Trope you might want to read. http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/PrivateMilitaryContractors
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    A while ago, I had plans for a "Frollo Show"-style video series called "The Wacky Misadventures of Jack Sparrow", wherein Jack Sparrow would go around looking for cash, teaming up with and/or pissing off various characters from other works. Unfortunately, these plans fell through. However, I was able to make an "Animal House"-style epilogue video, detailing what happened to the characters who would've survived the final battle. And who knows. Maybe someone with the right skills will pick up on this, and "The Wacky Misadventures of Jack Sparrow" will live again. Anyway, here's the video: Epilogue.mp4
  3. 2 points
    Hi everybody, it has been a while, I stay pretty busy. But I thought some of you may be interested in the newest video, which deals with Imperial planetary bombardment, as seen in Rebels season 3. http://www.scifights.net/zerohour.mp4
  4. 2 points
    Okay guys I'm trying to set up the settings for my next RP. It's going to be a sort of military/PMC sort of game with horror elements tied into it. So what should I add or take away?
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    Alright, now come the elves. Standard three sub-races: high elf, dark elf, and wood elf. Culturally, the high elves are based off of the Byzantine Empire (especially the part where they used to rule a massive empire, but now control only one island). The wood elves are mostly based on the Celts (surprise, surprise), and are the elves who get along best with humanity and other races - the main wood elf kingdom is located in the far west, just to the north of the Lokawe tribe lands, but quite a few also live in Sturmheim. And finally, the dark elves. Might be standard-issue "edgy" elves, might be something different. Still don't know yet. As for the elves' appearances, well, they more or less have standard elvish appearance (pointed ears, lithe, about six feet tall), but with some variations. High elves: Fair-skinned, with blue eyes, and either red, white, or yellow/blonde hair. Wood elves: Olive-skinned, with green or brown eyes, and green or brown hair. Dark elves: Bluish-gray-skinned, with red eyes, and blue, purple, or black hair. Next up, the dwarfs!
  6. 2 points
    OK I just edited the rules.
  7. 2 points
    Fair enough, although to be fair to the GG, it was one of the first, if not the first of that seemingly-endless string of increasingly-silly plot devices, and one of the more plausible and interesting. It certainly wasn't as bad as the Sun Crusher.
  8. 2 points
    It's just that that trope is a personal favorite of mine. Especially if the characters find themselves in the crossfire between the demons and the eldritch abominations.
  9. 2 points
    You know, just because of its nature, I could've sworn that TFC would have been the first "Vs" site to get an ED page. Hell, I even thought Spacebattles would get one first, just due to how fucking HUGE that site is. But nope. Instead, Wong's cesspit gets it. This should really tell everyone something.
  10. 2 points
    Awesome! I think Aque's here too? Who else?
  11. 2 points
    Is this new place worth trolling? Any people y'all dislike?
  12. 2 points
    Not sure. I haven't been to any of those in well over a year and a half, if not two years. In fact, I barely even visit TK. Most of my online activity is here, Satelliteguys.us, and Facebook. Frankly, places like TK, Lonof, etc have become very tiresome and boring. I don't know how they still have any traffic.
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    What's up peeps?! This is Fox, out of marketing mode and initiating warmfriendlychat.exe. Do you have any questions, comments or suggestions? What games would you like for us to see in the future? What kind of content would like enjoy? Hit me up, and I will do my best to answer! If you want to talk to one of our other producers, Jackalynn will be along later to post some of her own projects. Let me know what you think!
  16. 2 points
    That could work out for a lot of things. OvN Star Wars (West End vs WoTC), OvN Cyberpunk, OvN D&D... I like that.
  17. 2 points
    Review some WhiteWolf. "Hunter the Vigil" would be a cool review. Or maybe NWoD vs. OWoD?
  18. 2 points
    Hey everybody! Fox here to introduce you to our tentpole project, and our MAHvelous system of grading games. Our philosophy is that purchasing a new roleplaying game can be a lot like playing Russian Roulette. You can't really know if something will be awesome, or terrible by a quick glance, and without some kind of prior knowledge, it may just blow up in your face! That's where Roleplay Roulette comes in. We're three gamers with years and years of experience behind us. We have an extensive knowledge of game theory and we want to put that experience to work helping you avoid games that will disappoint and waste your money. Here is a helpful video that explains our rating system, and how we grade games. Don't forget to let us know you enjoyed the video by liking, and subscribe to see more of our work in the future! On behalf of 7 Realms Productions; I'm Fox Winter, this is Roleplay Roulette, where We'll take the bullets for you.
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    I think keeping plant-based spells under Wood (a living thing that can be manipulated after it's dead) and metal-based spells under Metal (a mineral separate from Earth that is never alive but can flow like a liquid if heated, unlike earth which mixes readily with water, whereas metal doesn't fully mix with water, or something something etc.) is best ^^; So, what about flesh-based spells like transformation/size change/healing/blood/bone/organs like eyes and ears, etc.? Blood can be the rare mix of Water and Metal (iron), but a simple Enlarge/growth spell would involve flesh, bone, blood, organs, the whole gamut working in concert to increase a creature's size (may also involve Spirit) Also, how would Light and Darkness be classified? I can imagine Light being a subset of Fire (even cold chemical light like fireflies), and perhaps Darkness too (absence of light, plus ashes/soot being a product of Fire)? I dunno... Finally, electricity (lightning bolt, chain lightning, St. Elmo's Fire, etc.) could be a subset of Fire I suppose, although the way it travels through Metal is unique (fire could use metal as a conductor, as in heating one end of a piece of metal, but it's not as efficient as electricity). Also, electricity can melt metal if hot enough, so definitely related to Fire there. Yet, electricity not only burns flesh, but causes paralysis by shorting the nervous system. An active nervous system is a required in most forms of life, therefore one could extrapolate that life is a subset of Fire, therefore Raise Dead/Resurrection type of thing might be related to "restoring the fire of life"?
  21. 1 point
    "Susie's an aficionado who posts on Menty's site, in the MF!"
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    Lighten up. Tyralak may be right-wing normally, but he supports gay marriage. In fact, most of the board does. We're both trolling you and mocking opponents of gay marriage. In short, we're pissing off everyone!
  24. 1 point
    Stop wearing underoos, that way you'll be free to change screen names whenever you like...
  25. 1 point
    It should be -121 by now. Oh and I should be level 5 but I still can't buy anything from the store.
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