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  1. kingnothing

    ultimate actor application

    addition: i’m also a great multi-tasker. 😎
  2. kingnothing

    ultimate actor application

    Username aerialkebab (formerly goosey) Discord yonkers#8782 Timezone EST What group/playerbase are you most involved with? sutica, empire, curon, dom/gladewyn, dark and voidal magic players in general Staff History i was et actor when arockstar and briefly squirtgun were the leads for about an 8 month period Ban History got banned for using forcefield hacks in like, 2013 ish. Blacklist History: never had any Why do you want to join the Event Team? i like roleplaying and entertaining my fellow humans on blockgame, and the only staff position that necessitates you actively roleplay is et actor, seems like a good fit Why should we accept you onto the Team? i've been on the team before and don't need to be retaught anything, i get along with everyone for the most part and im not averse to working together with other et and builders What kind of events do you aspire to create?: some themes and premises i'm pretty attached to and try to recreate in my events are: high fantasy, grimdark fantasy, cosmic horror, sci-fi/magitech. bounties with big dumb monster hunter-esque creatures are cool too What makes a good event? Firstly, a thorough understanding of the target players or audience of your event and what they will enjoy. Medieval peasant humans probably aren't a good to target for weird magitech events, keep stuff like that in mind. Secondly, knowing when to implement server lore into your event and when not to. Improvised creatures and abilities you've thought of yourself aren't always awful if you use common sense and don't take them in a mega-overpowered direction. Additionally the ET used to have issues with taking player lore without talking to any of the lore holders for use in their events, bad idea. Lastly, don't railroad people into specific directions in your events if you can help it. Events are a lot more fun to perform and engage in when they feel at least vaguely interactive and not like you're just checking off boxes on a list to get to your goal. Create three in-depth event scenarios. I’m not looking for some prelude or whimsical idea here -- we want an indicator as to your talent and potential to be on the ET. You don’t need to write a word-for-word script, but we want a solid structure and plan as to how you’d organize and carry out an event: "An Esteemed Hunter's Lodge" In my mind should be done with less than five players, even one or two if someone's feeling brave. How a player could go about starting this event could vary depending on what I'd like to do, could have IC rumours circulated via the forums, or a throwaway hunter character to direct a group of players towards the event site in-game, where they could track down the so called esteemed hunter's home from there. The rumoured hunter himself, if the players do indeed complete the small tracking feat of finding his lodge, potentially having dealt with a hostile animal (wolf, bear, all depends on the number of players) or something similar along the way, would be met by orc long bowman of massive stature, draped from head to toe in furs of all kinds, living inside of a shambling mixture of tent and more traditional log cabin, clearly built by the inhabitants hand. The hunter fancies himself a hermit and doesn't take particularly kindly to his home being trespassed on and would be thoroughly skeptical of whatever descendants approached his home. From that point it would be mostly up to player choice, they may attempt to trade with the hunter, attack him and tear apart his home for his rare furs and ranged equipment, or simply chat with the skeptical orc and leave him to his devices. This event could likely take place a ways outside any major descendant city, so long as the surroundings make logical sense for a hermit hunter to have inhabited. "A Decrepit Merchant and a Key of Bone" This event doesn't really have any player cap in mind, and could just as easily be done with 3-5 players as it could with 10+ in my mind as long as the difficulty is ramped up accordingly. The gist is that an old human merchant with a weathered, hunched over frame would travel to a capital city of relevance, doesn't particularly matter which, and attempt to strike up a deal with whatever folk seem most likely to comply to his request. The man would outline that he is on the last legs of his life, and he wishes to journey to the crypt of his now long dead father to retrieve a number of heirlooms which he would like to pass on to his son. The only reason he couldn't do this himself, however, is because the crypt is quite liberally overrun with all sorts of ghouls that he wouldn't be able to fight on his own. This could shine through as either a number of small roleplay combat encounters, or simple PvE if a lot of players turn up for the sake of saving time. Though the objective would be to escort the old man to the deepest point of the crypt, as he would be carrying the keys to the stash with the heirlooms inside. The rest is mostly open ended, and players could have the old man lead them to the crypt and then kill him and take the key and all his (admittedly what would be mostly worthless aside from sentiment) family heirlooms for themselves, if they so desire, or be rewarded by the man afterwards for their aid. "A Ship Run Aground" An event more so designed for a larger group of players. This event would entail a large, irreparably wrecked boat appearing to have been lost to the sea and have floated back onto the shores of any one of the major continents. The ship itself would be inhabited by a number of haunts and otherwise ghostly specter folk, evidently the deceased crew. They'd be nigh impossible to reason with as they would attack the trespassers, leading to combat, and after dealing with the substantial combat trial and slaying the ghost of the captain of the ship (implying the players brought equipment apt to do so) they may loot from the remains of the ship as they please. Though whether or not they find anything of interest depends on the thoroughness of their search.
  3. happy holitime gamer goys and gals

  4. kingnothing

    Looking For Automaton Players

    atronachs right here for those interested https://wikia.lordofthecraft.net/index.php?title=Arcane_Familiars
  5. kingnothing

    Screenshots and Stuff !!!1 !

    that sure was a lot of men named tythus
  6. kingnothing

    The Battle of Minds.

    (( jacob2 is a pleasant internet boy that i would like to date ))
  7. kingnothing

    Interest check - LoTC History Podcast

    hell yeah make sure you don’t make it to painfully clear that it’s about a minecraft server and maybe actual humans will watch it
  8. Minecraft Account Name(s) b4rryallen Discord goosey#8782 How long have you played on LoTC? asulon Timezone and Availability EST What lore are you versed in most? all evocations, transfiguration, atronach forging, necromancy, naz'therak (ca's/minions only), mysticism, azdrazi, frost witch Give a summary of any staff positions you have held on LoTC i was et for about a year or so in 2016-17 Have you ever written lore for LoTC? other than consultation and the odd writing for a handful of rewrites have not written anything besides a very simple rock crab for the creature index a while back Have you ever received a blacklist or ban? got banned for hacking in pvp like six years ago Who do you not get along with on the Lore Team? i am a FRIEND TO ALL
  9. kingnothing

    Community Meeting

    are the current standards/rules for defender/pvp/rp default going to change at all next map? they’re like, really easy to abuse, and i do constantly also bring back fast travel please i don’t like having to play lotc like a full time job to run to places i don’t regularly rp in because of how sporadic activity can be more or less everywhere
  10. kingnothing


    what’s your favourite movie how haven’t you quit NL yet are my jokes good wanna see a dead body
  11. kingnothing

    Players needed for Event [8]

    IGN: b4rryallen Discord: goosey#8782 Time played on LoTC: start of asulon Reason for applying: to help true minecraft celebrity malgonious Experience with past events(s) I have run: i was et for like a year and a half, so definitely more than i can count
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