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Fitermon

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    Glacio

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  1. A Gus by any other name is still European.
  2. Mordring and his forces have a rightful claim to Bastion. Mordring did nothing wrong.
  3. Quoting this, but put simply, the Ascended are NOT the "Heroes" of this event line at all, and the event line is not being ended at all whatsoever. However, the people running the event currently are doing a load of other things, and are pushing the event line back for their sake. In addition, yes, Bastion is ENTIRELY RECLAIMABLE. On the other hand, this does not mean you can just waltz in whenever you feel like it to "reclaim" it, especially given the chances you had to defend the Bastion many opted to sally out into a numerically superior enemy, then complained when the poorly chosen strategy went poorly. Furthermore, there are many cases where the ET and people running the event tried to offer roleplay during the event before PvE and PvP began, but the playerbase responded by beginning to ride out and attack the approaching army as emotes were being prepared and sent out. So while it may be frustrating on the playerbase's part to have lost their city, understand they could've easily held it as well, and there's only so many times we can do the same thing before wanting a bit of a break. While I may not run the event myself, this does seem to be the mindset of those that are.
  4. MC Name: Fitermon Character's Name: Glacio Nereus Character's Age: 200 at time of death. Character's Original Race (N/A if not applicable): Elf Transformed form: Graven Creator's MC Name: N/A Creator's RP Name: N/A Briefly explain the lore behind this construct or creature: The victim of an unlawful, or heinously violent death may be bound to the world once more, no longer living, not yet gone, if they are to become a Graven. These beings are alike ghosts in some respects, and alike apparitions in others, yet with enough unique factors to separate them from the other two groups. Gravens are formed usually in mass killings, such as a war crime of burning down a town, or an untimely, unjust, or violent death, such as being electrocuted and then immolated by your best friend, then left to rot with your final moments being pained confusion. Upon rising into their Graven form, which may take days, weeks, years, or decades to occur if ever, the Graven is then cursed with seeking to fulfil a task they aimed to complete in life. An example of this would be a woodworker who was working on crafting the finest chair known to mankind, to be murdered by his rival, and to rise as a Graven. He’d work endlessly on his carvings, trying to make the best of the best of chairs in the afterlife. Additionally, the Graven is more or less bound to their location they’re haunting, so the woodworker would be eternally bound to his lonely little workshop as the days and nights went on by, leaving him to craft and carve. However, the Graven would need to be corporeal to work, yes? They are, to an extent. For instance, unlike a ghost a Graven can wield a sword or shovel, can be killed with non-gold and non-magical means, such as a steel dagger or iron spear to the heart. They tend to look rather decrepit, expectedly, surrounded by a kind of ghostly flame of the sorts. Additionally, they’re not going to linger around forever unless they meet their purpose: To work. The woodworker Graven may finish a chair, so he’ll be more lively and visible, while if he failed to carve for a while, he may flicker or vanish outright until he can once again manifest after time draws on. Furthermore, Gravens can be expelled by a variety of means, including being stabbed in the heart and dying as most mortals would, being purged by a fi’s mists, a shaman’s rituals, alteration magic, or a holy mage’s light, but not exorcised unless the location they haunt is destroyed, meaning the lonely woodworker will continue to return every so oft as long as his lonely little workshop stands. Do you have a magic(s) you are dropping due to this app? If so, link it: No, at least so far. I will be discussing what magics would be "removed" with various people shortly. Do you agree to keep the MT updated on the status of your magic app by using the Magic List Errors topic?: Yes. Do you consent to accepting what may happen to this character?: Yes. Have you applied for this creature on this character before, and had it denied? If so, link the app: No.
  5. B-But Gus
  6. Accepted.
  7. Accepted.
  8. Accepted.
  9. Accepted.
  10. Under Review.
  11. Accepted.
  12. Accepted.
  13. Under even more review... Player may not have thorough knowledge of the magic.