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Ragnarok

  • Ragnarok replied to the topic Character Castle 2.5 in the forum Fantasy Writers 6 months ago

    (Alright, dear castle. I’ve notice and have been reminded multiple times that some of the original members of this castle are leaving and newer members are stepping in. Nothing I had planned for this castle is happening, so who’s in favor of resetting. For newer members to get settled in and for older members to start over.)
    (Let me know.)

  • Arsene barely leapt into the maze, as the spider bashed into the entrance. It writhed and snarled, unable to follow through the path too narrow for it. Arsene noticed the newcomer. Lovely, another guest in this never ending game of nightmare.

    “I’m DONE!” The gentleman thief suddenly exclaimed, “Moreover, I am tired and lazy. So step…[Read more]

  • (Alright. It’s clear I have too many characters in this castle. I’m going to pull some out.)

    Sage woke up… this was a strange place. He looked around. There was nothing. Just white. And light. It looks like his power, but much more… potent. Beside him, Sage could see Crorie. So he wasn’t alone.

    But she wasn’t the only one here.

    There was…[Read more]

  • Ragnarok replied to the topic Character Castle 2.5 in the forum Fantasy Writers 9 months ago

    Sage watched in confusion as Saga jumped out the window. The spider, naturally, was much bigger now. Almost as big as the couch. It was a little… intimidating. Wait, not out the window!

    It… jumped… after the others… Sage decided to look down. Nathair looked down too.

    “…Are you going to jump out the window too…?” Nathair asked Leana,…[Read more]

  • “We’ll be friends now?” Alessio said, and Nathair’s crystal blue eyes skated across the room suspiciously. “They’re nice people, they won’t hurt you.”

    Nathair’s eyes narrowed at him dully, his face turning…unnatural like plaster, stretching tight.

    “I…I know,” Alessio gently tugged him upright. “Come on…”

    Nathair tensely rose a little, and glan…[Read more]

  • “…may I hug you?”

    That was unexpected. This one was Alessio, wasn’t it?

    Fire was starting to flicker about his fingers and hair. An emotion called anger seemed to be with it. But not directed to Crorie. Nu. 2 could guess what Alessio was thinking about.

    In the end, Crorie just nodded and let Alessio hug her. Although she did not return it.…[Read more]

  • What’s happening?

  • “Uh, hi. I’m Alixer.” The dark-haired person with…circular glass balanced over his eyes said.

    “Uhh…” Alessio gaped up at the strange man.

    “We-You-“ Nithel stammered, tossing Ohel’s legs off of him as he sat up. With – probably a fairly tired sigh – he continued, awkwardly. “I am Nithel son of Father. And…what does your name mean? A substance…[Read more]

  • “What is it?” Another boy, who appeared to be around his age, blurted “What’s it eat? Can I hold it?”

    Looks were often deceiving though. He seemed to be a human.

    “It’s a wolf spider.” Sage answered, “And it eats other bugs, typically hunting things like crickets or ants. Do you want to hold it?”

    “No. And it doesn’t matter!” Another boy squ…[Read more]

  • Ragnarok replied to the topic Character Castle 2.5 in the forum Fantasy Writers 11 months ago

    Wonderful, more people he could torment.

    Arsene was about to say something, when Sage walked up to the two new adults.

    He looked up at them with the widest of eyes and asked in the tiniest voice, “Do you know where my parents are?”

    Arsene could not let him know. Not yet. Not like this. Before either of the new people could say anything, Sage…[Read more]

  • Ragnarok replied to the topic Character Castle in the forum Fantasy Writers 11 months ago

    I know for a fact the Sherlock, now Sage, does not have any memories past his current age. Arsene is currently (that may or may not change. I don’t know) at his normal age.

    As for turning everyone into children, your choice, but we need at least one person to remain the same so we can see how they manage children (to which I mean we have one…[Read more]

  • Ragnarok replied to the topic Character Castle 2.5 in the forum Fantasy Writers 11 months ago

    Arsene had two choices: A. Go to the evil pool of water or B. Talk to someone.

    “Someone! Notice me!” Arsene shouted in the most pathetic child voice possible.

    They were ignoring him! How dare they!!!!

    Wait, no. Crorie was now sending him a weird look. Great, now she was walking to him.

    “What have you done?” She questioned in a tone that…[Read more]

  • Ragnarok replied to the topic Character Castle in the forum Fantasy Writers 11 months ago

    I don’t have an opinion on what world we go to. But it looks like @hannahrenner’s world has gotten the most votes, so I guess that’s where we’re going(?). Correct me if I’m wrong.

    Speaking of which, since I haven’t written any responses from Arsene, I’m going to say that he’s currently touching the evil pool.

  • Ragnarok replied to the topic Character Castle in the forum Fantasy Writers 11 months ago

    WORLD CHARACTER CHART TEMPLATE

    Name of World: Planet: Omicron. Planet Earth.

    Place/places they land in/could land in: If group travels to this world, they’ll likely end up on Omicron because that’s Hades’ homeland and where most of the story takes place.

    Timeperiod [sci-fi, medieval fantasy, modern fantasy etc]: 2312 A.D. (Sci-fi).

    Landscape […[Read more]

  • Ragnarok replied to the topic Character Castle in the forum Fantasy Writers 11 months ago

    WORLD CHARACTER CHART TEMPLATE

    Name of World: Planet: Omicron. Planet Earth.

    Place/places they land in/could land in: If group travels to this world, they’ll likely end up on Omicron because that’s Hades’ homeland and where most of the story takes place.

    Timeperiod [sci-fi, medieval fantasy, modern fantasy etc]: 2312 A.D. (Sci-fi).

    Landscape […[Read more]

  • “Well Hades. It would seem most of the people in our group are gone. Why don’t you introduce us to your group.” Search smiles. “Burn’s the only person I’ve known before … whatever this is.”

    Very well. This was reasonable. “I’ve learned the names of the people I was with, but as I have said I do not know anyone here personally.”

    G…[Read more]

  • “Didja fall through a hole in reality too?” A what? “Never mind – we already know the answer.”

    Why was everyone acting weird?

    “She’s the planner.” The blind man points at his friend. “I just tell her what she needs to know to plan.”

    His companion facepalms again, before voicing her opinion. “Okay. First off, lets see who’s even here. And if yo…[Read more]

  • The blind man was still shouting. At first, Hades tolerated it. Unfortunately, his patience was limited.

    “Hey! Where’d the monsters go?!”

    His companion, a young lady, facepalmed (as Serena would put it. Hades did it a few times himself). “Please stop drawing attention to yourself.

    His eyes were scarred beyond recognition. It seemed that he was…[Read more]

  • Drowning again? Honestly. This was becoming rather unpleasant.

    His damon arm always acted weird in water. He disliked the feeling. He wouldn’t be escaping with it. How unfortunate. At least he had the enhanced strength to assist him. With the sheath Muramasa, Hades bashed the glass. He didn’t trust the lever, meaning he would not be using it.…[Read more]

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