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Ragnarok

  • (Notes from the writer)

    Well, a lot has happened. I discovered that instead of having a calm, collected personality, Sherlock has anger issues and might actually be a sociopath. Instead, Arsene has a tamer persona in comparison to his brother.

    Anyways, rules about the mirrors

    1. When a mirror room is reach, you may create a mirror. However,…[Read more]

  • Ragnarok replied to the topic Character Castle 2.5 in the forum Fantasy Writers 1 week ago

    When Sherlock became a detective, he was entrusted with certain responsibilities. Maintain order, use discretion, and basically don’t do anything stupid. In every case (excluding cases involving Arsene), he succeeded living up to these expectations. However, this was a unique situation.

    In front of Sherlock, there were three elaborate mirrors,…[Read more]

  • Hades Irving
    Age: 19
    Personality: Defaults to a calm, emotionless persona. In reality, Hades possesses a passive anger, is aggressive and bears a low self-esteem. Strongly loathes needles and being touched by most people.
    Appearance: White hair, gray eyes, a little above six feet, sturdy build, robotic left arm made of black…[Read more]

  • Ragnarok replied to the topic Hey, everybody! in the forum Introduce Yourself 2 weeks ago

  • Ragnarok replied to the topic Character Castle 2.5 in the forum Fantasy Writers 1 month ago

    Arsene was very surprised at how Lady Crorie arrived. As she was here, Arsene could assume that Rook was onboard as well. The gentleman thief would need to be careful. He had come up with a backup plan, but he didn’t want Crorie to be in the way of his dramatic exit.

    “Talk about what, Milady?” Arsene said with all the calmness he could muste…[Read more]

  • Ragnarok replied to the topic Hey Guys! in the forum Introduce Yourself 1 month, 2 weeks ago

    @kaytlin-phillips

    The Ascendance Series is just so great! Though, I haven’t got around to reading book 5 yet…

    You and me both.

  • Arsene listened as the boy explained his plans.

    “Let me stop you right there.” Arsene interrupted.

    Holding up three fingers, Arsene started. “One: Arsene the insane, Arsene the crazy, Arsene the fool. At this point, unhinged is an accomplishment. Second: I’m the one who slipped our shares into your pocket. I did it all without a warrant, so sham…[Read more]

  • Ragnarok replied to the topic Hey Guys! in the forum Introduce Yourself 1 month, 2 weeks ago

    Hi @kaytlin-phillips, welcome to Story Embers! Where writers all gather together to share their insanity! 😁

  • Sherlock discovered how hard he could hit the brakes, coming to a stop. The idiot, who was in the road, took what looked like a cane/sword (Sherlock didn’t know which) and tapped the car hood. He scratched the back of his head, as he marveled at the “borrowed” car.

    Ugh, I’m becoming more like Arsene, Sherlock thought. “You’re blocking the road!”…[Read more]

  • @kimlikesart

    Welcome to the Character Castle! This is where you can bring your characters to meet one another (role-play), and perhaps even discover new things about them and their arcs.

    A few guidelines:

    1. No character may leave the boundaries of the castle, but you can invent any room (library, indoor garden, kitchen, etc.) as it pertains to…[Read more]

  • Arsene had crawled through the vents, searching and scheming. His radio had detected more conversations about the safe, which described it as being large and difficult to transport. Such a safe would contain interesting contents, if Arsene could look inside. After finding a laptop, which was in a storage room, Arsene started searching through the…[Read more]

  • “What is this…?!” The boy whispered at Arsene. Evidently, he wanted explanations.

    “Are you implying I had something to do with that?” Arsene answered with all the innocence he could muster.

    But he was never good at being guiltless. “I’m not implying, I’m saying you DID put these into my pockets. Are you trying to bribe me into trusting you?”…[Read more]

  • Arsene yawned, before asking. “What’s your name?”
    The boy glared. “None of you business.”
    Smirking, Arsene answered. “Then my real name is not your business. If anyone were to ask you who I am though, my name is Raoul Leblanc.”
    “That’s not your real name is it?”
    “Who knows?” Arsene responded.
    The boy did not look happy with that answer. Actually,…[Read more]

  • Ragnarok replied to the topic Character Castle 2.5 in the forum Fantasy Writers 2 months ago

    “Bilateral carotid compression.” The boy said abruptly, causing the other to pause a second. “if I blocked the jugular veins in your neck you would be unconscious before you could make a sound. If I shifted my grip to restrict air from the arrestee, you would die in a matter of moments.”
    Arsene was impressed at how the boy knew this.
    “…[Read more]

  • Ragnarok replied to the topic Character Castle 2.5 in the forum Fantasy Writers 2 months ago

    Thankfully, Arsene had shifted part of his body to avoid cutting major stab wounds. However, the van was, well, totaled. Currently, the boy was holding a knife at Arsene, demanding. “Where is my friend?!”
    “Your friend,” Arsene asked, “I don’t have any idea who you are talking about.”
    While this was true, the boy didn’t seem to believe him. Wh…[Read more]

  • Ragnarok replied to the topic Character Castle 2.5 in the forum Fantasy Writers 2 months ago

    @kimlikesart

    Sorry, I didn’t see your post. I only got on late last night and didn’t refresh the page. I apologize for any trouble I may have caused. Do not accept my last post as an event that occurred in Character Castle 2.5. Continue with what you have written. I’ll try to see if I can get Sherlock to bump into Nithel, but you will be in…[Read more]

  • Ragnarok replied to the topic Character Castle 2.5 in the forum Fantasy Writers 2 months ago

    Sherlock witness everything, as he chased after Arsene. Most of all, he saw how Baron had tried to kill his brother. Drawing his handgun, Sherlock activated the targeting beam.
    “Jacob Baron, get down on the floor this very instant!”
    Baron tried to run, cackling madly. However, as he walked, a man, who was standing in the same path, tripped Bar…[Read more]

  • Ragnarok replied to the topic Character Castle 2.5 in the forum Fantasy Writers 2 months ago

    Arsene walked downstairs with Lady Crorie, coming face to face with Sherlock and Rook.
    “Hello, dearest brother of mine. Oh, I see you brought Rook with you.”
    “Good evening.” Rook greeted.
    Smirking, Arsene waited to see which of the three would speak first. It was Sherlock.
    “Enjoying yourself?”
    “Why yes,” Arsene acknowledged, “Thank you for…[Read more]

  • @noah-cochran

    @erynne

    As you both may know, my sister, Cathy, created an abomination known as Lord Castle in the original Character Castle. She asked me if we could bring Lord Castle into the chaos, to which I said I would bring a similar character. Here’s what that character has announced recently.

    Dear characters, 
    I have seen the darkness…[Read more]

  • Ragnarok replied to the topic Character Castle 2.5 in the forum Fantasy Writers 2 months ago

    Crorie sped upstairs, checking the source of the projections. Until now, she didn’t think Arsene had resurfaced into her life. However, the person who installed these projectors was a cocky little showoff. And Arsene, was a showoff. This looked like something he’d do, if he could get away with it. If Arsene did this, he had to have access to thi…[Read more]

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