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ThatTromboneGuy

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About ThatTromboneGuy

  • Birthday February 13

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    Thattromboneguy

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    Male
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    Under your bed
  • Interests
    All kinds of music, from orchestral to pop and everything in between.

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  • Character Name
    Silas Astasel, Vex, Lleyn Praetorus
  • Character Race
    High Elf, Sprite, Badass

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  1. I think it could be neat dynamic for both the irp economy and just irp flavor in general to have a courier system. Picture this: Someone goes to the courier office and asks the man on standby to run a letter from Haense to Norland, and so he takes the letter there accordingly. Then you get the classic courier running down the busy square yelling for the name of the intended. This sparks roleplay, and creates the barrier between nations that Arcas was so criticized for not having. As well, one could go to an aviary and send a letter through that. Makes it so EVERYONE has to get out of their houses and make open, applicable rp for all. A courier system could also be neat for some sort of info monopoly, double agent type stuff, reading people's letters for villainy rp. Idk, it just sounds like there are 0 downsides to such an implement.
  2. I miss Arcas

    1. Show previous comments  2 more
    2. NotEvilAtAll

      NotEvilAtAll

      I miss maps with actual rivers on them and kings roads.

    3. Peralien

      Peralien

      I want the Arcas Wildlands back, when I could say 'f*ck taxes and live in the woods'

    4. Javert

      Javert

      I miss Arcas because it's where I could be a ruthless dictator in the wildlands with impunity

  3. "MAEHR'SAE HIYLUN'EHYA!!" cries a certain pure elf upon notice of the aforementioned. "Through the great cull shall come enlightenment!"
  4. Unpopular opinion: Playing with nametags off is actually pretty fun

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    2. ThatTromboneGuy

      ThatTromboneGuy

      On 7/4/2021 at 8:56 AM, Big Boss Rabbit said:

      it's all fun and games til you start trying to rp with the npcs...

      New fear acquired

    3. ThatTromboneGuy

      ThatTromboneGuy

      On 7/4/2021 at 8:11 AM, Nooblius said:

      I think I'll try it out, only gripe I can see with it is not being positive where dialogue is coming from/meant to be directed

      Yea, or remembering people's names :/

    4. SadBeanQueen

      SadBeanQueen

      Its honestly so much more immersive. I enjoyed running around at the event, though it was difficult with everyone wearing the same thing.

  5. "Short and Simple..." a particular elf remarks, before marking in a tome of record and stowing it away upon a shelf in finality.
  6. Follow yourself, man. Thanks for everything, and I hope only that your departure is fruitful. Best of wishes.
  7. A solemn, trodden elf would walk upon that scene in the tavern, glancing over the horrid, lifeless form of his once-fallen comrade. Acquiescent hues would pan its figure, looking knowingly upon the wooden smile. There was no happiness that lingered there. There hadn't been for some time. He knew now, more than ever, that his friend was truly beyond him. Sighing within the crisp silence of that tavern, he vocalizes only "My Pride and Joy."
  8. A particular elf looked upon the bird, taking up the missive and deftly reading over its contents. Sighing softly, he shook his head and tossed it into the nearest flame, before setting back to his own studies.
  9. Paris Langren looks upon the missive, reading over its contents once more. Deftly would he take up his quill, saturating it in red ink and placing his mark upon the parchment. "A new path. A hopeful path." With this, the elf would pass the parchment along to the next of table.
  10. A poet of wander views the missive "A perilous journey is it; One that is wrought in tyranny, and slicked with inherent unawareness. But doubly so is it cast, upon two villains of each other's stories. This....shall be interesting."
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