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Re: Roleplay Discussions Thread
« Reply #30 on: March 12, 2013, 04:53:16 pm »
I am too by the way..


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Re: Roleplay Discussions Thread
« Reply #31 on: March 18, 2013, 05:46:42 pm »
I have two matters to discuss:

1) I would like to reccommend that this be stickied, that way everyone can see it first.
2) I will be putting my Avatar: The Last Airbender RP into works once myself and Yajuu_Kikuishi finish our current RP we are doing together.
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Re: Roleplay Discussions Thread
« Reply #32 on: May 22, 2013, 08:32:54 am »
I'm gonna try picking up Avatar... again.

I now it's probably good but the slow pace of the few episodes I've was what put me off originally.

On another point, I thought of a Medieval "After the End" setting.
Green mountains and hills, rampaging warlords, crumbling castles and a hard reset on social standings.
The plot would go along the lines of rebuilding the country in a different manner.
It used to be a feudal monarchy, now it's chaos and the heroes set out on a mission to instore a republic.
The power levels, as I imagin them right now, would be human with room for the usual fictional exaggeration common to otherwise realistic settings. (Improbable rather than impossible)
This is just an idea and I don't have anything worked out at the moment.
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« Reply #33 on: May 22, 2013, 11:26:25 am »
I'm gonna try picking up Avatar... again.

I now it's probably good but the slow pace of the few episodes I've was what put me off originally.

On another point, I thought of a Medieval "After the End" setting.
Green mountains and hills, rampaging warlords, crumbling castles and a hard reset on social standings.
The plot would go along the lines of rebuilding the country in a different manner.
It used to be a feudal monarchy, now it's chaos and the heroes set out on a mission to instore a republic.
The power levels, as I imagin them right now, would be human with room for the usual fictional exaggeration common to otherwise realistic settings. (Improbable rather than impossible)
This is just an idea and I don't have anything worked out at the moment.

There are a few slow episodes in Avatar, but I think it's still worth a watch.

As for that setting, I could work with that. I started an RP on another site with a similar setting that crashed before anything interesting could happen. If the idea thickens, throw it this way and I'll be sure to have a gander.
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Re: Roleplay Discussions Thread
« Reply #34 on: May 22, 2013, 11:33:21 am »
I'm gonna try picking up Avatar... again.

I now it's probably good but the slow pace of the few episodes I've was what put me off originally.

On another point, I thought of a Medieval "After the End" setting.
Green mountains and hills, rampaging warlords, crumbling castles and a hard reset on social standings.
The plot would go along the lines of rebuilding the country in a different manner.
It used to be a feudal monarchy, now it's chaos and the heroes set out on a mission to instore a republic.
The power levels, as I imagin them right now, would be human with room for the usual fictional exaggeration common to otherwise realistic settings. (Improbable rather than impossible)
This is just an idea and I don't have anything worked out at the moment.

There are a few slow episodes in Avatar, but I think it's still worth a watch.

As for that setting, I could work with that. I started an RP on another site with a similar setting that crashed before anything interesting could happen. If the idea thickens, throw it this way and I'll be sure to have a gander.
I want magic :'(

but I could work with that.


by the way, what happened to the Avatar: The Last Airbender RP ?

       


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Re: Roleplay Discussions Thread
« Reply #35 on: May 23, 2013, 04:45:54 am »
I'm gonna try picking up Avatar... again.

I now it's probably good but the slow pace of the few episodes I've was what put me off originally.

On another point, I thought of a Medieval "After the End" setting.
Green mountains and hills, rampaging warlords, crumbling castles and a hard reset on social standings.
The plot would go along the lines of rebuilding the country in a different manner.
It used to be a feudal monarchy, now it's chaos and the heroes set out on a mission to instore a republic.
The power levels, as I imagin them right now, would be human with room for the usual fictional exaggeration common to otherwise realistic settings. (Improbable rather than impossible)
This is just an idea and I don't have anything worked out at the moment.

There are a few slow episodes in Avatar, but I think it's still worth a watch.

As for that setting, I could work with that. I started an RP on another site with a similar setting that crashed before anything interesting could happen. If the idea thickens, throw it this way and I'll be sure to have a gander.
I want magic :'(

but I could work with that.


by the way, what happened to the Avatar: The Last Airbender RP ?

We'll have to wait for meFreak to finish his previous RP.
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Re: Roleplay Discussions Thread
« Reply #36 on: May 23, 2013, 09:05:49 am »
We'll have to wait for meFreak to finish his previous RP.

Well, AF is currently missing and I know that he is going to be less active soon enough, so I don't know how likely it is that he's going to start a new RP. Hopefully he'll return soon enough and can clarify.
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Re: Roleplay Discussions Thread
« Reply #37 on: May 25, 2013, 04:32:41 am »
From what AF said, the RP would take place after the events of Legend of Korra...

I was looking forward to it all through watching Avatar: The Last Airbender, but after watching the first episode of Legend of Korra, I'm a lot less enthusiastic.
Cars, skycrapers, zeppelins and random mooks metal bending their way around town.
It kinda loses its mystery and the nobody dies tone of the show with a pseudo-modern setting just feel off.
I know I haven't seen the other episodes yet and I might change my mind though.
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« Reply #38 on: May 25, 2013, 06:53:00 am »
From what AF said, the RP would take place after the events of Legend of Korra...

I was looking forward to it all through watching Avatar: The Last Airbender, but after watching the first episode of Legend of Korra, I'm a lot less enthusiastic.
Cars, skycrapers, zeppelins and random mooks metal bending their way around town.
It kinda loses its mystery and the nobody dies tone of the show with a pseudo-modern setting just feel off.
I know I haven't seen the other episodes yet and I might change my mind though.
Well the "futuristic" setting of the Legend of Korra is not as good as the one from the first season of Avatar, but I liked some of the new stuff, like police metal benders, or the tournament (you still didn't see it though).

       


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Re: Roleplay Discussions Thread
« Reply #39 on: May 25, 2013, 03:26:30 pm »
Yah well the random mooks metal and lightning bending when in the original cartoon those are extremely rare and hard skills that only a literal handful of the most powerful benders in the entire world had, is what kills it the most for me.

I mean... the first time we see Azula she's TRYING to master it, and she's already established as a "Firebending Prodigy".
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« Reply #40 on: May 25, 2013, 06:21:18 pm »
Yah well the random mooks metal and lightning bending when in the original cartoon those are extremely rare and hard skills that only a literal handful of the most powerful benders in the entire world had, is what kills it the most for me.

I mean... the first time we see Azula she's TRYING to master it, and she's already established as a "Firebending Prodigy".
Yeah but we are what, 50 years later now? Once someone learns and teaches how to properly do a "special" skill, it's logical to see this skill becoming "banal" one or two generation later.. but I know what you mean, and it was disconcerting for me at first too

       


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« Reply #41 on: May 25, 2013, 06:43:01 pm »
Yah well the random mooks metal and lightning bending when in the original cartoon those are extremely rare and hard skills that only a literal handful of the most powerful benders in the entire world had, is what kills it the most for me.

I mean... the first time we see Azula she's TRYING to master it, and she's already established as a "Firebending Prodigy".
Yeah but we are what, 50 years later now? Once someone learns and teaches how to properly do a "special" skill, it's logical to see this skill becoming "banal" one or two generation later.. but I know what you mean, and it was disconcerting for me at first too

True enough. Once the first person figured out Kung Fu it didn't take too long before everyone could casually perform a perfect flying scissor kick, I was talking about that with my friend while we were demonstrating the Relativity Theory during lunchbreak.
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« Reply #42 on: May 30, 2013, 08:31:07 am »
Scratch that, I'm game.
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« Reply #43 on: June 05, 2013, 08:35:49 am »
Hey guys would just like to bring to your attention that a new RP will be starting soon run by people from here/ old INP members. The GM has his own forum so decided to start it there but its only got old INP members in anyway.

Heres a very basic summary:

Heart of the Beast RP

Nobody knows where the titanic beasts known as Azuri came from, but one thing is for sure, they have always been there for as long as this world stood. The first races of the world lived in constant fear of the mighty beasts destroying their tiny lives, and it seemed that this balance would remain unchanged forever. One by one the ancient races perished, by the hand sands of time, the wrath of gods or the claws of the Beasts. Soon only the crafty Cauhri remained. Hidden in the darkness of the forests and the cold dampness of the caves they were destined to eventually meet the same fate as the one that had befallen the mighty Grato and majestic Fartrey races before them. Or so they thought, anyway. Nobody remembers how many thousands of years ago the first Beastmaster was born – a hero whose name is lost to time, who fought and tamed the first Great Beast. Soon other Beastmasters were born, and finally after an untold number of eons the world seemed to calm down.
Or did it?
Using the overwhelming strength of the titanic beasts the Cauhri Beastmasters soon conquered the entirety of the Karadun continent, taming the wild beasts and killing those too wild, eventually building an empire to rival the gods themselves. But great power bears great temptation. As centuries past, the Beastmasters have begun to see themselves as far superior to the normal Cauhri. Their armies and wealth grew at the expense of the lower classes. Eventually they decided that the entire world must belong to them. The eastern continent of Zengar did not stand much of a chance against the overwhelming power of the new Xelith Empire, and was swiftly conquered, despite its massive size. The few lucky enough to escape found their way to the tiny continent of Raveros in the west. Separated from the empire by a violent sea and having no beastmasters of its own it remained relatively safe.

Despite being unable to get their powerful land beasts across the sea, the Xelith Empire still continued to furiously assault Raveros using flying and sea born Titans. Forced into an endless war, the kingdoms of Raveros banded together and built a great wall, which lined the entire continent on all sides. However the Empire, convinced of its divine right, never stopped trying to conquer the Walled Kingdom. That assault is still going on even now, a thousand years later. The current year is 1247 Of the Empire and my name Arbos Xell – the spectre that’s seen the end of time.

The story begins in a small village Eriuir , to the north of the Zengar continent. The village is set very close to the Venoire mountains where the Empire mines a big bulk of its Null Crystals – magical stones that possess the ability to absorb and store elements and effects, to be used later. Tired of having most grown men and women worked to death in the mines, the main protagonist rises up against the local garrison and, with a help of a few trusted friends, kills them all. Surprised at his/her own abilities the hero consults the village’s Shaman, who unveils unto him/her that he/she is a Nullomancer – a person capable of imbuing the Null crystals into their bodies and recharge them over time, thus allowing them to be used multiple times, as opposed to a single discharge. Recognizing that some of his/her friends have similar abilities the Hero aims to set out on a quest to crush the empire that oppressed his people for so long.
As a blessing the Shaman then gives the Hero a magical ring, in which lies sealed a spectre – the guardian of the village for the last 200 years. She explains that 200 years ago Arbos used to be a genius master thief and a Nullomancer much like the hero himself. In his time he found a way to store shadows and whispers in the crystals and used that ability to rob even the most powerful of beastmasters. Eventually Arbos found a way to store the very night itself, creating a powerful artefact known as the Moonstone, that would immediately cause the night to fall once used. However the God of the Sun Janur became enraged at this disturbance to the natural order and burned away Arbos’ body, condemning him to forever lurk the earth in the shadows as a ghost, an incorporeal spectre that cannot live in the light. Distraught, Arbos returned to his home village and asked his friend – a shaman, to seal him away until such a time that he can come up with a way to reverse the curse. The Shaman agreed and bound Arbos to a crystal, which he then had the blacksmith imbue into a warded ring. The wards on the ring would allow Arbos to survive in the light once summoned. Arbos questioned the shaman’s decision to defy the gods, to which the shaman promptly replied with a snort that maybe he’d give a gnoll’s ass about the gods if he was a cleric, but as a shaman – spirits were all that mattered.
Arbos then fell into a two centuries long slumber inside the ring, waiting for such a time that he’d be able to regain his former self.
Such a time has come now. Armed with the knowledge of the Nullomancy, and with the wisdom of a spectre at his aid, the Hero and his friends will now set out on a journey to reshape the world. But which route will they take? Will they head south, to try and rouse the other villages into an all-out rebellion? Or maybe they will head east, to try and cross the sea in order to join Raveros in their fight? Who knows, maybe they will head north, to where the fabled free beasts roam in order to try and tame one? Or maybe… they will head straight to the west, into the heart of Xelith, to try and shake the empire from within, hoping to set the Bestmasters against one another? Only time will tell.


And heres a link to the forum: http://snlounge.4umer.com/

If your interested, read the posts in the RP section and sign up if you'd like to take part! Everyone is welcome.

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« Reply #44 on: June 05, 2013, 08:52:02 am »
As a side note: Grim, Balis and Ketaro are in as well, so it's not out of the left field completely :D

 

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