Game of Characters

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  • #79889

    Introverted Elf
    @introverted-elf

      @kari-karast  @e_mgc_soup5 (Eeek, it’s been awhile! Heh, heh…)

      “Right,” Anna said, glancing at Crystal and Kieron.  “I’ll follow you then.”  She paused, “…unless you want someone to scout ahead, since you’re carrying the boy, Kieron.”

      Tolkien/Batson book lover, anime fangirl, TLoZ, SW, SC fan, Stirlingite, Owl Citizen, Team Grimmie \|/

      #79891

      E. Veryone
      @e_elaine_soup5

      I cocked my head a little, “No, I think it would be fine if you stayed with us. We are armed to the teeth, so…”

      my voice trailed off as we walked.

      characters are like geodes: you must break them to see what they're made of

      #79892

      Introverted Elf
      @introverted-elf

        (Sorry, I totally got your tag name wrong!)

        “Okay, fine with me.” Anna smiled.

        Tolkien/Batson book lover, anime fangirl, TLoZ, SW, SC fan, Stirlingite, Owl Citizen, Team Grimmie \|/

        #79933

        Veraza Winterknight
        @kari-karast

        “Just as long as we don’t run into any traps we should be fine. I think. Who knows what Deathrock has in this place.” Kieron sighed. This was why he didn’t like accepting his station in life. Because he wanted to help people without all the crazy clueless adventuring. Although if things back home continued the way they’d been going so far he’d probably have to do some of that crazy clueless adventuring so he might as well get some practice in here. He walked over to the tunnel and turned to Crystal. “After you. After all, I can’t exactly use my ‘armed to the teeth’ weapon right now…”

        @e_elaine_soup5 @introverted-elf

        (ENFP) Even the word hopeless is not entirely devoid of hope.

        #79954

        E. Veryone
        @e_elaine_soup5

        I fingered my belt a little, then looked down at the map,  “Okay, we have to go through this curtain, then turn the corner.”

        characters are like geodes: you must break them to see what they're made of

        #79959

        Warden
        @nuetrobolt

        @kari-karast @andrew Boy, has it been slow on here lately. I thought I would  be way behind after not being on here a week or two, but barely anything has happened. Where’s Daniel’s author? (I can’t even remember who it was!)

         

        Aleck nodded. “Sure. Fine by me. Anything so long as we can get going. I’m Aleck, by the way, sir.” Aleck blushed. “Sorry, that sounded weird. Should I call you sir? It felt natural, because you look like one of the masters at the orphanage I’m from and we call them sir and…”  Why am I telling him this.?Just stop talking. I am so awkward. No one had to know I’m an orphan, and then I just went and blew it. Why am I so dumb?

        Aleck giggled a little. It wasn’t helping. It was making seem even dumber. And younger. “Sorry. Rewind. Ignore everything I just said. I’m a bit nuts, in case you haven’t noticed.”

        I'm Throne Warden of Emberia or Nuetrobolt. I write with my tiny dragon, Vip.

        #79963

        Veraza Winterknight
        @kari-karast

        @nuetrobolt @scarletimmortalized is Daniel’s author. She hasn’t been on SE much at all lately.

        Also I sympathize with Aleck. I’m a bit nuts as well. More than a bit, actually…

        (ENFP) Even the word hopeless is not entirely devoid of hope.

        #80277

        Warden
        @nuetrobolt

        @kari-karast, ok. It doesn’t seem like anyone has been on much lately, at least not on this game of characters.

        I'm Throne Warden of Emberia or Nuetrobolt. I write with my tiny dragon, Vip.

        #80406

        Veraza Winterknight
        @kari-karast

        @nuetrobolt

        No. It’s been pretty slow here lately. Perhaps we should stir the plot and push them forward into one of the traps or monsters?

        (ENFP) Even the word hopeless is not entirely devoid of hope.

        #80492

        Andrew Schmidt
        @andrew

          @kari-karast, yes, perhaps we should. So, any suggestions? 🙂

          (ISFP!) Artistic, redheaded, nature-loving, crazy writer. Mine favorite Indiana animal: Red Fox.

          #80499

          Veraza Winterknight
          @kari-karast

          @andrew

          Well, traps. Random giant axe blades swinging down and trying to murder them?

          Or we could let them stumble into that monster trap room you mentioned. I suggested some more monsters on the Doc if you’d like to look.

          (ENFP) Even the word hopeless is not entirely devoid of hope.

          #80532

          Andrew Schmidt
          @andrew

            @kari-karast, okay! I’ll do that.

            (ISFP!) Artistic, redheaded, nature-loving, crazy writer. Mine favorite Indiana animal: Red Fox.

            #80586

            Veraza Winterknight
            @kari-karast

            Sweet!

            (ENFP) Even the word hopeless is not entirely devoid of hope.

            #80998

            Warden
            @nuetrobolt

            Sounds good.

            I'm Throne Warden of Emberia or Nuetrobolt. I write with my tiny dragon, Vip.

            #81745

            Warden
            @nuetrobolt

            @kari-karast, @andrew

            I want to still finish this thing! Lets not stop writing on here completely! The story was getting pretty good if I might say so myself.

            I'm Throne Warden of Emberia or Nuetrobolt. I write with my tiny dragon, Vip.

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