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    posted a message on Reclaimer of the Lost (OPEN)

    Lennalth, a black dragon, is burned horribly by the lava. He also appears to have messed up his English, as passed away means died.

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    posted a message on Reclaimer of the Lost (OPEN)

    The bear was angered by the attacks against it, especially the ice on it's feet. It was not, however, ready to lay down and die quite yet.


    Giving one last roar, it's entire being erupted, spraying magma all across the halls and searing the flesh of those unfortunate enough to come into contact with the spray. The bear was now a rapidly-dissolving form of pure flame and magma, and it made on final attack by running through the party and searing flesh and bone before charging back down the hall from where it came. It only made it a few meters before it dissolved into a puddle of magma and was no more. The eye abruptly became much lighter in Gazadriel's hands, and could now be carried with almost no effort.

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    posted a message on Reclaimer of the Lost (OPEN)

    The eye very much wanted to be with Gazadriel.


    As it was thrown back, it burned with white light and ricocheted back off the bear into Gazadriel, who would be thrown back by the force and who would likely lose the grip on his sword, leaving it in the bear.


    However, all that did was make it mad.


    Roaring and with liquid fire pouring from the cavity in it's chest, it let loose a spray of flames onto it's enemies before charging back into the fight.

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    posted a message on Reclaimer of the Lost (OPEN)

    The man in the black cloak appeared at the end of the tunnel in a flash of green light.


    "Welcome, to you second challenge."


    If anyone were to try and attack him, whether by arrow or sword or magic, the weapon would simply pass right through him.


    He disappeared then, but in his wake they heard a roar. Down the hall at them charged a bear, twice of the size of a usual one and with eyes that burned with rage and fire. It's maw was open and glowing hot magma dripped like foam, and it's black fur was sleek and dark. It charged the party, attempting to make it's first attack on the next person that posts (lucky you.) It would attempt a charge that would knock over the target, and would then turn around and breathe several globs of magma at the party.

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    posted a message on Where's the FAYZ thread gone?

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    FOOOOORUUUUUUUUM!!!1!1!

    There will be hell to pay.

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    posted a message on Where's the FAYZ thread gone?

    Well this is concerning, to say the least.

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    posted a message on The FAYZ (the 5th installment * infinity) [Accepting everyone]

    ((I agree. I think it really should just be the PCs and a very tight group of NPCs with powers, and they should take a while to discover if they aren't immediately noticeable. We shouldn't have people throwing around benches and playing catch with lvl. 5 spells.))


    ((Also, as to the video in my sig, am I right or what? The U.S. is in for a hell of a ride. I honestly agree with Sargon in that video; I really do wonder if the rest of the world would be able to put aside their differences and unite against the U.S. and still come out on top. I live in the States, so maybe I'm biased, but still. Scary stuff.))

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    posted a message on The FAYZ (the 5th installment * infinity) [Accepting everyone]

    ((Brittney who? I never read the books.))

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    posted a message on Reclaimer of the Lost (OPEN)

    ((The eye is the light. It acts as a torch and was created for that sole purpose.))


    As the party descended into the tunnel, it would widen and give them space to walk in a looser ball. The cave continued downward but eventually leveled off into a long, straight, wide passage that allowed them to all walk side-by-side. The eye would become heavier and heavier, until it's holder would be almost unable to carry it. If not for his training and strength, he would have dropped it altogether.

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    posted a message on The FAYZ (the 5th installment * infinity) [Accepting everyone]

    Catelyn turned around to face the boy who was walking towards her, and smiled. Finally, someone who could explain this whole ridiculous thing.

    "Hi! I'm Kate," she said, extending her left hand to him; the one that was not composed of the strange waxy substance. This was a heavily conscious decision; she didn't want to offend the boy by getting the wax all over him, even if it appeared to be completely solid except in the case of her 'hair', which was somewhat fluid.

    "Do you have any idea . . . well, what the hell is going on here?"

    The question was placed as bluntly as possible, with obvious emphasis on her own confusion. The entire debacle just seemed like a completely insane dream. She was doing the best she could with suppressing her terror over the change in her own appearance, but a complete lack of all adults and these other insane changes were almost too much for her to handle.

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    posted a message on The FAYZ (the 5th installment * infinity) [Accepting everyone]

    ((It's no big deal. I'll just create an NPC and have that interact with her.))

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    posted a message on The FAYZ (the 5th installment * infinity) [Accepting everyone]

    ((Can anyone at Perdido respond to Catelyn?))

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    posted a message on Reclaimer of the Lost (OPEN)

    ((Sure, why not. Although to be fair the orb won't be exclusive in it's punishment, you will at a nexal position to the pain.))


    ((Ah, I'm spoiling too much. Assume the orb is as innocuous as it looks.))

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    posted a message on The FAYZ (the 5th installment * infinity) [Accepting everyone]

    Kate's eyes opened, and she was disappointed, terrified, but also expectant of and by the state of her body. She swore, standing up, and walked to her room, still favoring the less waxxy leg, as if the purple one might give out at any moment. Quickly changing from her nightgown into an old pair of jeans and a t-shirt she hardly wore. This decision was caused in part by her unwillingness to wear her better clothes for fear of staining them with herself; an odd thought, but a somewhat justified one. The second she got the newer clothes on, she immediately noticed the wax sticking to the clothes and outlining her figure a bit more than she would have liked. Of course, this was really the least of her concerns.


    Stepping tenatiley out of her bedroom and walking out the front door, she surveyed the street. The streets were completely dead. She realized something was wrong; their next-door neighbors were always mowing their lawn at this hour. Across the street she noticed that the new couple's car was still in the driveway; he worked and it should have been gone. It was a bright yellow lotus sportscar; he had been a wealthy businessman. Walking over to it and peering into the window, her feet ignoring the pain that was usually associated with walking on hot asphalt, she noticed that his coffee was still there, the key was in the ignition, and the newspaper was in the passenger seat.


    Oh no.


    She tried to restrain herself, but the temptation was too resisting. It was obvious that everyone but her had disappeared from the world; she was the only one left. It made perfect sense; what she failed to take into account was that everyone else was at school and she was part of the only family on the street with a child under 18. Opening the door and sliding into the driver's seat, she backed out of the drive slowly and tentatively. She was by no means a good driver; her father had taught her a few things driving around large open parking lots on sunday mornings and she'd only very recently gotten her license. So it came as now surprise that she hit the gas a little too hard and knocked over her neighbor's mailbox. She apologized out loud, although then chided herself when she realized there was no reason. She took a sip of the coffee and then immediately spat it out; black. She hated black coffee. She threw the coffee out the window with a look of disgust, and looked around the car for anything else.


    A loaded handgun.


    With her lips pressed in an O, she picked it up and stared at it. On the bottom was the text 'Colt .44 Anaconda'. Opening the back, she found, to her pleasure, that all six rounds were still in place. She put on the safety and placed the weapon in her pocket; she had no idea when she might need it. Looking through the car some more, she found nothing more of interest than a half-full water bottle and a few blankets.


    Putting the car into first gear, she drove across her neighbor's lawn and down the street. She would have to look for other survivors.


    First stop, her school.


    Perdido Beach.


    Her driving was slow, clumsy, and overly cautious, but survival was a priority. The car was only a two-seater, which she supposed was a plus. She'd always envied the car and hoped to have her own one day, so it did in a way become true.


    The car eventually approached the school, and she was disappointed to see other people moving around. Parking it a few blocks away in a secluded position in a backroad and taking the key and the gun with her, she began walking in her haphazard way towards the school.


    As she approached, she called out and waved a pink, flesh-and-wax hand.


    "Hey! What's going on?"


    Catelyn's Hot New Wheels

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    posted a message on Reclaimer of the Lost (OPEN)

    ((It won't kill you, per se. Just put you through a lot of pain.))


    ((Like, a lot a lot.))


    ((Like, wow.))

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