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The Classy Guy

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  1. All videos will be recreated in minecraft. The primary focus is video editing and voice acting.
  2. To My Fellow Roleplayers; Have you had an important milestone in your character’s history? Do you wish you could relive those moments? As an aspiring film student, I want to begin building skills for the industry. To help do this, I want to start a new project on LoTC. I want to take people’s roleplay scenarios, and bring them to life with voice acting, cinematic camera angles, and atmospheric music. What the player will have to do is send logs of their role playing scenario. This could be in the form of screenshots or a transcript of the chat log. I will need to work with you in order to fully understand the setting and characters. At what cost? I work for the glorious price of free. I only want to be able to test skills and try new techniques, in a variety of situations. This will, however, limit the amount of content I'll be able to put out, as I won’t have much to back me up. I take projects based on my personal interest, and confidence that I can put out a quality video. -Thank you LoTC! The Classy Guy
  3. Minecraft Name: The_Classy_Guy Skype ID: The Classy Guy Time-zone: Mountain Standard Do you, or have you held, any other staff positions: No, and I have no open applications to other positions. Where do you grab inspiration from: (Games, books, etc.) I follow many different video essay posters, who explain the use of different techniques in both film, and other forms of storytelling.I hope to form a few ideas from these storytelling techniques, and put them to use. I’m also a theater student, and as a theater student, I’ve seen many, many plays and musicals that I like to draw inspiration from occasionally. I also draw inspiration from the Elder Scrolls, World of Warcraft, the Fallout series, the Dark Souls series, D&D, the Forest, and The Walking Dead Game. What are your current list of characters, and are you willing to sacrifice any: I currently only have one character, Awaiti. I don’t think it would be necessary to sacrifice her. What race, or group, do your events best cater to: Wood Elves/Druids What do you believe are they key factors for a successful event: Events shoulder contribute to an overall feeling of the world. It should immerse the players in the world that their characters live in. If an event makes you feel for a character, or makes you curious, or some other feeling, I believe it’s done it’s job. It’s taken you into the world, and made you feel something. There should also be some sort of reward for sticking with the event. That reward could be physical such as wealth, or a fancy new blade, or a long lost helmet. It could be a mental reward, such as a title, assistance in the future, a new friend, a new development in your character. or even just the ability to say “Hey I was there, I did that”. Small events should be frequent, and found in a lot of places. That would contribute to a sense of immersion and a sense that the world is alive. It gives characters chances to develop themselves, and if they happen often, and to many different players, it would make the world seem more populated, and thus bring people into the Isles of Axios. I hope to do many of these as an ET. What strengths would you bring to the team: (Knowledgeable in lore, great organizer, etc.): I’ve learned to work on a team effectively. As part of our most recent production, I worked in tandem with my entire class to design many different aspects of the show, such as the costumes, props, and set of the show. We were able to work efficiently due to the teamwork, and interdepartmental communication skills that our teacher had taught us. The show ended up being a big hit, and brought in a lot of people. I believe this skill would translate very well into being an event team member, as the size of the team (at the time of writing this) is very large. Communication between the lead, managers, actors, and builders is key to having a smooth running team. Why do you want to be part of the team: I’ve wanted to be part of the staff for a long time. As a theater student and a writer, I enjoy entertaining people, and making stories. It’s no secret that LoTC has improved my writing skills, and I believe that entering the event team, will help me develop my story making skills, and help me write better in my day to day life. Create three distinct event scenarios based on the servers lore that you would organize: (Keep in mind that these pitches are to the managers and the lead, not the community.) A Blade on the Road (1-3 Players): [!] As they are travelling down the road, the player(s) discover a smoldering cart. Upon further inspection, the players discover several clues as to what happened to the cart. They find; a few wealthily dressed elves, with their throats cut, and their pockets emptied, a torch that had gone out, and a trunk full of belongings that was dragged out of the cart, and searched. Another thing they find is a blood trail, leading to a deceased elf, slumped over a small lock box. If searched, the player(s) would find a key that fits the lock box opening. If they don’t search, the box could always be taken to a locksmith. Either way, if the box is open, they would find a small, ornate knife that they could keep. The blade is inscribed: “In all things, Nature Prevails.” The “Bandit Camp” (5+ Players): [!] A ragged elven woman comes to the gates of Linandria. After being let in, she would start telling people, including the Sirame, that she found a bandit camp. She asks for help, explaining that they attacked her, but she got away. If investigated, the woman would lead them to the camp, a ways into the forest, tucked away. The group would find a small camp, empty but for the original owner’s bodies. The woman yells out “Boys! I got a few!” A small group would jump out, ready to ambush the group. They aren’t really much to behold. 3-4 bandits, with improvised weapons. They try to attack the group. But being severely outnumbered, they are either killed, or run off into the forest. The Prophet of Sand (Any amount of players):[!] The story begins with an old man, slamming his fists against the gates of Linandria, begging for a druid’s help, or anyone’s help for that matter. The old man, frantically searches until he finds people to help, and leads them to a tree. It would be very clear that something was wrong. An entire side of the tree would be made of sand. The old man urges the players to hurry, and do something. He tells them that they must contain the sand, before it spreads! As the players and the old man discuss what to do, the man points to the tree, exclaiming “Look! I’ve seen it before, you must do something!” When the players look, they notice that the sand has spread slightly, beginning to overtake the tree. If touched, it would cause blistering wounds on the area that was touched. Now, there are several ways to deal with this threat; druids may use their blight healing powers to cleanse the tree of the sand, water may be used to halt the spread of sand (but not get rid of its adverse effects), contained in glass, or it may be translocated to the void. The old man would explain this to all, hinting that he has experience dealing with this sand. Whichever way that the sand is dealt with, the old man would take a vial of the sand, and give it to the Players, begging that they try and find out everything they can about this sand. (I intend to make this the start of a story line.) How long do you plan to be able to work on the team: For as long as the team will have me. Tell me a joke: My neighbors listen to good music. Whether they like it or not.
  4. Think I'm gonna start playing again for the new year! Here's to a good one!

  5. MC name: The_Classy_Guy Character's name and age: Hammond Sarnir, Age 35 Character’s Race: Wood Elf What magic/s did you learn?: Fire Evocation Who/how did you learn magic/s?: After speaking with the pyromancer Lhindir who agreed to mentor me, I went to the library, to view tomes on the subject. Offer an explanation of said magic/s you learned: There's a very simple set of guidelines as to what fire evocation is, what you can do, and what you can't do with it. Fire is a form of Arcane Elemental Evocation A fire evocationist has absolutely no control over the fire in the physical world, and is only able to conjure fire from the void. Fire evocation is simply put; The act of summoning fire from the void to the physical world. In order to conjure fire, you must first have a connection to the void, as with most magics. Extensive study on many different types of fire is required to conjure even the most basic flames. Fire conjured by an evocationist is not real, but its effects are just as real. As with all magic, it is extremely fatiguing until around tier 5. Red lines: White hot flames: They drain the user of all magicka, or kill the user from heat exposure Not roleplaying fatigue: Evocation is extremely taxing to the body, and not roleplaying it would be powergaming. Controlling real world elements: Evocationists have no control over elements not created in the void. Creating fire constructs: Fire evocationists do not have fine control over their fire. Summoning fire on, in, or underneath someone instantly: Distance makes evocation more difficult, and therefore requires more time to cast. In order to evoke flame: One must have a connection to the void, after extensive meditation. You must emote fatigue, and struggle when summoning Intense focus is required to summon even the smallest of flames. The evoker must picture taking flame from the void, and putting it into the world. Provide evidence you’ve garnered to said subtype: http://imgur.com/a/Rrgw2 Do you have a magic you are dropping, due to this app? If so, link it: N/A
  6. My greatest weakness would have to be my sympathy. I can feel, and it can affect my decision-making skills.
  7. I have literally no energy.

  8. Got finished with chapter one of my novel.

  9. Character Name Hammond Sarnir Basic Information Nicknames: N/A Age: 35 Gender: Male Race: Mali’ame Status: Living Description Height: 6’2” Weight: 152 Pounds. Body Type: Thin, muscular Eyes: Emerald Hair: Dirty Blonde Skin: Tan Markings/Tattoos: None Health: Conditions: Weak Pneumonia Personality: Outgoing, Eager, Ambitious, Witty, Wise, Understanding Inventory: Preserved food, Book and quill, Brushes and Dyes. Further Details: None to Add. Life Style Alignment: Lawful-Good. Deity: The Horned Man & The Green Lady Religion: Wood Elven Pantheon Alliance/Nation/Home: LAureh’lin. Job/Class: Lower-middle class Title(s): None Profession(s): Writing Special Skill(s): Writing Flaw(s): Ambition and Ignorance Magic Current Status: Not learning. Arch-type: Sub-Type: Rank: Weakness(es): Strength(s): Current Spell(s): Weaponry Fighting Style: From a distance Trained Weapon: None Favored Weapon: None Archery: Interested Biography Parents: Joran Sarnir & Kaitlyn Sarnir Siblings: (Unknowingly): Ysabelle Sarnir Children: None Extended Family: None Pet(s): None. History On the date of Hammond’s birth, His father was several cities away, leaving his mother and her maid to go through his childbirth alone. Fortunately, his mother survived the childbirth, and around a week later, his father finally arrived to view his newborn son. They named him Hammond Alexander Sarnir, his middle name in honor of his grandfather. They raised him the best way they knew how, by showing him the wonders of the world firsthand, for you see, they were a relatively wealthy family. His father and mother showed him the world and gave him as much wisdom as they possibly could. His father schooled him in writing and taught him the importance of words and vocabulary. He also tried to teach him how to fight, but Hammond refused. His father told him “Knowledge is a wonderful thing son. It can be used like a weapon, if your tongue is sharp enough.” He began to write verses and words down as fast as anyone could. His father worked as a librarian, and his mother as an innkeeper of a successful tavern known as “The Loft”. But surely a librarian and an innkeeper shouldn’t be this wealthy? His father acted very suspiciously whenever Hammond asked where they get so much money. His mother didn’t seem to know where it was coming from, and he wasn’t getting any answers. One day his father sent him out to get the letters from the roost, and Hammond found a peculiar letter addressed to Mister Joran, his father. It said; Dear mister Joran, I hope this letter finds you in good health, and in prosperous enough position to put wealth into the pockets of people like me. You see, that was my wife who you’ve decided to F**k. So therefore on top of the massive debt you already owe me, i expect 1500 minas monthly to be flown before me, If the price is right, you can keep seeing my ***** wife. if not i’m telling your wife. Sincerely, You know Hammond raced inside, stashing the letter in his bed. He denied that his father, the man who taught him everything, could possibly be involved in such a mess. He kept the letter secret. The next couple of months were shaky for Hammond. His father was acting strangely, and coming home extremely late. Joran asked him several times if any letters had arrived for him, before Hammond gave up the letter. His father cried and remained locked up in his room for days. When he was 10 his father split, full of it, debt ridden. Two years later see Hammond and his mother bed ridden.. They were half dead, sitting in their own sick. Hammond got better but his mother went quick. He was devastated, and his cousin took him in. However, his cousin was not the most mentally stable mali on the planet. After racing around for a year with his cousin, the cousin committed suicide. With ruined pride, Hammond retreated to the only thing that he knew and he wrote his own deliverance from his fate. He worked for a while, at the docks. The people of his town were so impressed with his skills as a writer that they sent him to the elven city of Laureh’lin so that he might someday write his way to glory. Now: After arriving at laureh’lin, Hammond found that affairs were much more complex than he realized, and he spent some time writing various essays and letters, attempting to jar the more extreme opinions on various issues around Vailor, hoping that this would give him an idea of where the people’s hearts lay. He quickly found that the elves would hold their grudge against the humans and he departed with this knowledge. He lived alone, in a small hut, learning whatever skills he could for about seventeen years (To account for some time off of LoTC) He mostly focused on honing his philosophical ideas, fine arts skills, and his writing. He focused very little on combat, only doing enough to protect himself against very minor threats. But what he did do, was attempt to bulk up, gaining a fair bit of muscle in his time in the forests. Artwork
  10. Yes, please +1
  11. MC Name: The_Classy_Guy Forum Name: The Classy Guy Skype Name: the_class_guy Timezone: Mountain Standard Do you feel that you have a solid grasp on our lore and an understanding of the standards set forth to be a member of this team? I have a solid grasp on the lore, and an understanding of standards required to be a member of the team. Why do you want to be an AT member and do you have the ability to work and collaborate with others? I’ve always held the quality of new members to the utmost importance, as they populate our server. It is paramount that the new members of this server are held to a certain degree of professionalism and quality of character, as one would expect from any roleplayer. Every applicant should offer something new with their roleplay, adding more depth to our server. We’re talking about the future of the server, future kings, future heroes and villains. I would like a say in who our server accepts and who our server doesn’t. And when these new people are accepted, I want someone who can steer them in the proper direction, a push if you will. Everyone needs a little help, and right now I’m not sure if that help is being given. I have the ability to work well with others. I often ask for several points of view before finalizing my work. I value the opinion of others greatly. Do you recognize that you will be given extra responsibilities such as working on the LoTC Wiki, assisting the AT in creating guides and helping new players with their questions upon logging into LoTC? I do recognize that I will be given extra responsibilities, and note that I can fulfill these duties. Is there anything else you would like to add or that we should know about you? I have plenty of free time, now that drama season is over.