OOC about characters.   Posted by NO-BODY.Group: 0
Vait Ironhand
 player, 50 posts
Tue 21 Dec 2021
at 20:57
Re: OOC about characters
I was thinking real life... When my kid stops up the toilet, or can't print from their tablet... There are an odd series of parallels.

Maybe not making that second roll is why I'm not a manufacturer.

This message was last edited by the player at 20:58, Tue 21 Dec 2021.

Artie
 Alternate, 3 posts
Tue 28 Dec 2021
at 22:03
Re: OOC about characters
I think that for this to be a kind of heroic survival game you can say that the player heroes are the first resurgence of heroic classes in generations... So much so that people don't recognize it as they have been in a kind of automated artifice world...

Class specific items are simply dormant as the classes haven't been around. Museums and such might have them, classes may not be something people can recognize though. All the world is likely command word items that would be generic to task.

Made from schema and creation patterns that nearly anyone can use... 1 time a day. I think the factions and houses can't exist as people with anything more than dragonmarks for power.

Generic magic weapons and armor are sought after by those in the Fighting League for both style and effectiveness.

When this threat happens though, teams would form and people would have likely only been able to field a few teams confident and actually capable of fighting back. Depending on the frequency of the tears and their nature, it might be as little as hours before anything not in a big city might be overrun. Though that might take as much as years for the dead to spread far for significant damage to outlying areas to be noticed.

It might be months before people even accept that it is really happening to the world.
NO-BODY
 GM, 298 posts
 this is a paradox
 I always lie
Tue 28 Dec 2021
at 22:20
Re: OOC about characters
I would like those characters that have unique class features to know their abilities.

something more like how the renaissance festivals and SCA... https://www.sca.org/ ... keeps the traditions of the middle ages alive in a novelty sort of way.

...or how there are still blacksmiths and cobblers in our real world...but they have gone from an everyday occurrence seen on every street corner ... to a rare specialty one must travel or go searching for.
Artie
 Alternate, 4 posts
Fri 31 Dec 2021
at 03:47
Re: OOC about characters
Okay... So any given feat, ability, or spell is available somewhere... Large population is most likely but each likely only has one Library and one Combat Training Barracks... There might only be one such place for all the world with Teleportation Circles that work off command words allowing anyone to use them. It also begs the question of what are the boundaries of cities.

Are you really in rural no where if you have half a day walking access to a Circle and can teleport to any major city virtually any time?
NO-BODY
 GM, 299 posts
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Mon 3 Jan 2022
at 19:08
Re: OOC about characters
In reply to Artie (msg # 133):

Teleportation circles large and small are integrated into the mail and mass transit system of the world. but the persons that mass produce the actual circles...that is likely the only thing that individual is good at.

Most long distance transit needs are met via the lightning rail system, airships, teleportation circles.

Short distance transport down the block or across town is largely handled by carriages drawn by horses (mechanical and organic) as well as arcanely enchanted vehicles and "pathways" through the city that give commuters the ability to fly when "on the path".


for reasons of keeping some things simple the population is not significantly higher then "cannon" ebberon. But when it comes to the "boundaries" between cities there is enough instantaneous travel options between cities and towns that a person could visit every town/village/city without actually stepping foot outside any of them long enough to truly understand the distance being crossed instantaneously.
NO-BODY
 GM, 300 posts
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Mon 3 Jan 2022
at 19:13
Re: OOC about characters
NO-BODY:
that is likely the only thing that individual is good at.

these individuals are an example of someone so specialized that they do so to the exclusion of everything else. they are truly good at that one thing, but are incapable of doing anything else.
Honey Suckle
 player, 51 posts
Tue 18 Jan 2022
at 23:12
Re: OOC about characters
I think had not posted as I don't think gestalt final decision or I thought it was not made yet.

All good either way.
NO-BODY
 GM, 302 posts
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Tue 18 Jan 2022
at 23:21
Re: OOC about characters
Only one person has been discussing using gestalt, but no one has come out against it. but neither has anyone else joined the team for gestalt.

I would like more then one player to be involved in the decision, so i wait for some more input.
Honey Suckle
 player, 52 posts
Tue 18 Jan 2022
at 23:35
Re: OOC about characters
If it moves the game along then sure I will say aye to the gestalt (as I was on the fence before)
NO-BODY
 GM, 303 posts
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 I always lie
Tue 18 Jan 2022
at 23:38
Re: OOC about characters
Honey Suckle:
If it moves the game along then sure I will say aye to the gestalt (as I was on the fence before)

I agree, zero movement is defiantly zero fun.
Omalar
 player, 24 posts
Wed 19 Jan 2022
at 00:21
Re: OOC about characters
I ended up signing up for some other games when this one didn't take off, so going to have to bow out.  Sorry, good luck.
Bai
 player, 35 posts
 Ranger
Wed 19 Jan 2022
at 04:46
Re: OOC about characters
Sad to see you go, I wish you the best. Aye for gestalt as well.
NO-BODY
 GM, 304 posts
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Wed 26 Jan 2022
at 22:21
Re: OOC about characters
I am assuming the silence is due to the tweaking of characters.
Just wanted to say hi.
Bai
 player, 37 posts
 Ranger
Wed 26 Jan 2022
at 22:44
Re: OOC about characters
Forgive my forgetfulness, but do you want me to fix my character or do you prefer to do it yourself?
NO-BODY
 GM, 305 posts
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 I always lie
Wed 26 Jan 2022
at 22:54
Re: OOC about characters
Bai:
Forgive my forgetfulness, but do you want me to fix my character or do you prefer to do it yourself?


Right, thank you.
Honey Suckle
 player, 53 posts
Wed 26 Jan 2022
at 22:59
Re: OOC about characters
Also honest I was waiting for final decision if we were to go gestalt or not.

I am guessing decision is yes and that leads to yes are we doing this ourselves or not, I am good with either.
NO-BODY
 GM, 306 posts
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Wed 26 Jan 2022
at 23:06
Re: OOC about characters
Honey Suckle:
Also honest I was waiting for final decision if we were to go gestalt or not.

I am guessing decision is yes and that leads to yes are we doing this ourselves or not, I am good with either.


yes i am moving forward with gestalt.

If you want to modify your character your self, feel free.

but if like the person who asked for help modifying their character you have the idea of what you want but find inputting it very taxing...send me a private message and i will be happy to do the data entry.
Honey Suckle
 player, 54 posts
Fri 28 Jan 2022
at 04:39
Re: OOC about characters
I should be able to engage work on this on the weekend.
Honey Suckle
 player, 55 posts
Thu 3 Feb 2022
at 04:39
Re: OOC about characters
Had a hiccup at work this week (Massive layoffs) and while my job is in tact it has made my life busy.  I will try to get things up to finished by the weekend but my apologies.
NO-BODY
 GM, 307 posts
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Thu 3 Feb 2022
at 23:28
Re: OOC about characters
life gets hard sometimes, I am glad you were not included in the lay offs.
Honey Suckle
 player, 56 posts
Thu 3 Feb 2022
at 23:35
Re: OOC about characters
Worst part is is that I have a big job coming up and because of all the layoffs and such they can't tell me a single thing.  So I am in limbo.

But hey I am still employed

:)
NO-BODY
 GM, 308 posts
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Sat 5 Feb 2022
at 18:20
Re: OOC about characters
One that I know for certain has finished the revisions to their character.
Honey Suckle
 player, 57 posts
Sat 5 Feb 2022
at 18:41
Re: OOC about characters
I am about 50% done.
NO-BODY
 GM, 309 posts
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Sat 5 Feb 2022
at 18:48
Re: OOC about characters
Artie is close, only needing to re-spend some skill points and select their known spells
Honey Suckle
 player, 58 posts
Sat 5 Feb 2022
at 19:01
Re: OOC about characters
I plan on sitting down and finishing today at some point.  Just have to figure out if we are going shopping today or not as that will depend when I start.