Discussion in 'EU Community' started by CPL_Macja, Sep 3, 2012.
Good afternoon, gunny!
Hey Gunny, still on track to become a Jedi?
I got my first lightsaber built! I'm sooooo proud of myself!
Thank you Becca and Padawan4687 (what should I call you).
Call her Sith-bait. She loves that.
Don't you dare encourage it, Bucket-head. *growls*
Paddy is fine to call me, by the way.
Usually we just call her Paddy.
Shark bait! Hoo hoo!
Perhaps, Becca. I'm still weighing my options.
Okey, then Paddy it would be.
I'm unique in not building my lightsaber. Though I've certainly done enough since then
I've never built a lightsaber, at least OOC.
I built a sabre, but I plan on retiring it if/when I'm knighted
I've made so many lightsaber models it isn't even funny anymore
Danny's is four thousand (give or take) years old though. Sometimes its a miracle it still works
So far I've had Alec destroy his >.>
Think I need to conjure up a proper lightsaber construction scene. Nother little, but normal, thing he can do during downtime. Aaaah...so many ideas stored in my head.
You're lucky they're all stored, Sarge. Mine just disappear within 20 minutes of thinking them up.
I like planning ahead Though to be fair, one of my ideas - that of sorting out the entire library - mostly comes from The Last Guardian novel for the Warcraft series where Khadgar, an apprentice mage, is accepted to be under the tutelage of a master mage and his first assignment is to sort a completely trashed library in the mage's tower. Of course, it would sound boring until you take into account of all the traps and enchantments that a good number of those books have to prevent people from reading them
Though really the big thing about doing all "normal" training stuff (lightsaber training and construction, reading, etc) is because this has to be the first time in years where I've had a Jedi character that can just do normal Jedi training and studying stuff in a big temple. Always fighting and taking on the dark side but no actual opportunities for the actual training so this normal stuff actually has me kind of inspired
And I always love developing and interacting with characters. I believe that I've come to find that to be more enjoyable then the actual fighting evil stuff when it comes to RPing. Not to say that what's going on in the ruins isn't interesting because it certainly is interesting but Alec's previous interactions with Gaan and a previous number of the crew gives you the added bonus of worrying about not only about his performance but how he'll perform with the others. And of course the aftermath where they recover and discuss about what happened
I think I get it. I enjoy writing fight scenes, because that's what I'm good at, but I do like character interaction, too. But I "see" what I'm imagining, so as soon as I lose the image, the whole idea collapses, if you know what I mean.
I understand; sometimes the best posts are the ones that you make on the spot where everything is still ripe During a game that I played that actually had a finale, serious stuff was going down and everyone in participation with multiple timezones were staying up late and posting like mad to see how things end Definitely got more of my more dramatic, heartfelt posts during that time.
Exactly. That's hilarious. Must have been a very enjoyable RPG, then. Yeah, I can imagine.
It was awful. The darkest one I've ever been in where player characters were dying left and right and I only managed to save my character by last minute inspiration. An emotional roller coast through and through.
But it was fun
Wow.... Okay, so awful, but still fun? Sounds like a trip.
I tend to fly by the seat of my pants when typing. Aside from things that need planning (like GM posts in Forgotten Ones)
Wait a minute... GM posts are supposed to be planned!!!!
Why didn't anyone tell me?
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