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  • #112169
    Claire
    @claire-h

      @kristianne-hassman

      Yes, same here! I’ve also been having this issue with a lot of other threads as well… I tagged Daeus on one.

      a flower does not think of competing with the flower next to it.
      it just blooms.

      #112194
      Kristianne Hassman
      @kristianne-hassman

        @claire-h

        Hmm, that’s strange. I’m glad I’m not the only one having problems! Hopefully Daeus will be able to help us

        #112716
        Kristianne Hassman
        @kristianne-hassman

          @everyone

          Has anyone gotten Daeus to try to figure out how to fix the glitch? Or is anyone able to see the other pages yet?

          I can’t write the next part of my character interaction until I can see what I’ve written.

          #112897
          Rusted Knight
          @rusted-knight

            The glitch seems gone so hope back in the water. Its just right. Anyway here the bio to one of my guys

            Isaac. Born in 21xx (will the decide later if at all). Time traveling assassin. Stuck in WWII after the machine overheated and blew up. His goal is to change history so that Communism dies out with Nazism. Along the way he will fall from faith and then return again. He is silent and cuts himself off from others unless necessary.

            Isaac pulled the trench cloak closed. The dark alley was foggy. Reverberating off the walls were German commands and yell. The SS guards were more common than normal. Stowing his Mauser C96 into his chest holster, Isaac jumped out into the street. In five quick moves, the trench coat was turned inside out and the hat was thrown to the ground. Buttoning up, Isaac assumed a casual air. Now all he had to do was get out of Dresden before the bombing started.

            If it was tonight. He couldn’t remember. The migraine that came with the changing memories was not worth it now.

            His head began to swim and his stomach turned. Isaac reach for his gun but stopped himself. He had not been shot again. There was not stabbing pain. Turning back, he realized the whole area had changed. He was in a stone room, lit by a single candle on a table. On both sides were bookshelves. Across from him was a door and on the other side was talking.

            Leaping toward the shadows, Isaac threw a knife at the candle extinguishing it. Tipping a book on its side, he rested the heavy Mauser on it and waited. Should the people prove to be dangerous, he would fire.

            The Devil saw me with my head down and got excited. Then I said Amen

            #112917
            Rusted Knight
            @rusted-knight

              say what style of hilt does Dharin have? My guy will observe and act according to what he sees.

              The Devil saw me with my head down and got excited. Then I said Amen

              #113114
              Livi Ryddle
              @anne_the_noob14

              Ok so it’s not showing that I’ve posted?? I’ve tried twice now. This is a test run post I guess.

              "Reck not."
              ~Sir Nicholas Beauvallet

              #113115
              Livi Ryddle
              @anne_the_noob14

              Ok so that worked. Hm…

              "Reck not."
              ~Sir Nicholas Beauvallet

              #113116
              Livi Ryddle
              @anne_the_noob14

              Maybe it doesn’t like the link?

              Let’s try again…


              @rusted-knight

              Ooo, Isaac sounds interesting! And I love his introduction!

              Um, about Dharin’s hilt… Of a rather Italian style like this, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Rapiere-Negative0-19-19(1).jpg , but not the same, since his world doesn’t follow our styles exactly, and his was probably custom-made and with added… *waves hands around vaguely* …added stuff. But probably relatively close to that one there, if one was to categorize the swords in his world into our styles.

              "Reck not."
              ~Sir Nicholas Beauvallet

              #113117
              Livi Ryddle
              @anne_the_noob14

              There we go!


              @claire-h
                @kristianne-hassman @beth20 @ariella-newheart @everyoneelse

              We’re all good again, y’all! 😀

              I’ll try to write something soon…

              • This reply was modified 2 months, 3 weeks ago by Livi Ryddle. Reason: got a tag wrong

              "Reck not."
              ~Sir Nicholas Beauvallet

              #113126
              Tal
              @tal

                I’m interested in joining this…whatever this is, can someone explain how it works?

                "My sword you shall have, but never in surrender!"
                Profile art by DeepRun

                #113259
                Beth Darlene
                @beth20

                  Awesome that it’s back and good!!! Yah!! @claire-h Love your new profile pic!!


                  @rusted-knight
                  I like Isaac!! Also, love your quote!!


                  @tal
                  So basically you just bring one of your characters and introduce him. Then he interacts with the castle or just one of the other characters! You just write what he does then the other person will respond with their character! I hope that helps!

                  Jominkreesa, for the weirdos who know what it means! 😉

                  #113262
                  Tal
                  @tal

                    @beth20

                    Yes, that helps. I’ll bring someone in soon.

                    "My sword you shall have, but never in surrender!"
                    Profile art by DeepRun

                    #113441
                    Livi Ryddle
                    @anne_the_noob14

                    @beth20 Yes!!


                    @rusted-knight

                    Oh wow! Just now read your forum signature after Beth commented on it. I love it too!!

                    "Reck not."
                    ~Sir Nicholas Beauvallet

                    #113442
                    Livi Ryddle
                    @anne_the_noob14

                    @tal Welcome! 😀

                    "Reck not."
                    ~Sir Nicholas Beauvallet

                    #113510
                    Beth Darlene
                    @beth20

                      @tal

                      Yes you should!

                      Jominkreesa, for the weirdos who know what it means! 😉

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