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About Vezzin

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    Tree Puncher
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    America (East coast time zone)
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    Text-based roleplay, digital art, other 2D art, writing, good fresh memes, gore (especially pastel), a e s t h e t i c
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    Elwrick Albright, Esqivel Aves, Gladrela

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  1. Edits have been made now, yes.
  2. @Kowaman @Teegah @Telanir @Tythus @Tofuus @501warhead @InfamousGerman @Jistuma Good morning! Anyone who isn't a dev, please don't comment here unless I tagged you to confirm a payment you made to me. This morning, I was wandering around Cloud Temple on my way to grind mining when I forgot what I was doing and ended up checking my bank. I was on my halfling persona, where I usually keep my minas, and to my horror I discovered that I had lost somewhere around 6000 minas and I had no idea how. I checked my other persona, which had 0.0 minas, as he always had. I made all my minas (except for the minas here and there from killing mobs) from making skins and skinning new outfits for characters (which I do in rp, because my main character is a tailor,) and I have not bought anything with the money because I intended to save it to buy a plot of land and/or LC. I've compiled a bunch of screenshots for proof of the transactions. After running around like a chicken with my head cut off for several minutes, I remembered that I'd let @cablam use me for testing involving falling through the world into the void in the build server. At the time, I was unaware that you lose 50% of your minas every time you die, so I didn't think to move my minas back into the bank before volunteering. The only reason I had all of my minas on me at that time was because I like being able to just see how much I have total without having to run to a bank and I didn't know you lost minas upon death, I thought it was only items. I used a calculator to backtrack and find my original total of minas based on the 799.4 I was left with, remembering that the number I had started with was 6000 + something. The answer I got was 6395.2, which seemed familiar, so that's good. I understand that this probably isn't a lot of money compared to what other people have, but he loss of this many minas is really significant to me. If I wasn't getting good rp out of the server already I would be going inactive or quitting now, since this is months of savings lost in an alarmingly short time due to the fact that I wasn't informed of what the consequences of a relatively miniscule (and obliging!) action would be. As a student, I don't have time go around making high quality skins for free. I hardly even have time to make my own skins. In the future, if there is a future in which I attempt to save minas again, I'm going to be keeping better record of anything I can possibly lose in some freak accident like this. I'll be gone for the next two days at my grandparents' house, and I'll be able to log back onto the server on Sunday.
  3. [!] A letter would be sent out to the individual. "Atronach, I am nearly a master of transfiguration, and I can recharge your mana gem for you. Servitude is not necessary. I live in Reedsborough and work at the Library of Dragur, so I can be found in either place. If you need me to come to you, reply with your location. -Elwrick Albright"
  4. It'd be cool to do an art collab with someone sometime 

    1. Spoduminister


      hey let's do art

    2. TheLemonHead


      Always up for a collab

    3. Babehab


      I wish to die

  5. Name of Artefact The Eye of Clarity MC Name of person(s) currently in possession of Artefact Vezzin RP Name of person(s) currently in possession of Artefact Elwrick Albright MC Name of creator(s) of Artefact Vezzin, knghtArtorias RP Name of creator(s) of Artefact Elwrick Albright, An Absolute Madman Effect(s) of Artefact The Eye of Clarity arguably makes losing an eye worth the pain. As well as acting very nicely as a replacement eye to restore normal vision, it can also be used to magnify vision up to 10x (about the same as a spyglass). This will only be experienced by the Eye of Clarity, and not in the normal eye. Transitions between levels of optical zoom are gradual, not incremental, and are moderate in speed. (Past the limit of 10x optic zoom, it will be difficult to hone in on anything, and vision will be blurry and strained.) Explanation of effect(s) (i.e. how it does what it does - slight bending of magic lore is allowed) The body of the Eye is made from intricately sculpted iron and steel, encased in a perfect, thin sphere of almost invisible glass (compacted with transfiguration for durability) to prevent the uneven surface of the iron from irritating the eye socket. Fitted into the center and appearing on the surface as the iris is a cone of arcaurum, imbued with two enchantments. The first is a cognatism enchantment that imbues the item a Horror’s more advanced and chaotic knowledge and experience of vision, and provides the user with the illusion of optical zoom as described above. The second is a mental magic enchantment wiring the Eye into the brain to receive mental commands. These commands include optical zooming in and out and returning to normal vision. When in the eye socket, tapping the temple next to the Eye will either activate or deactivate it based on its current state. Removing the Eye will cause it to deactivate. Conversely, if you don't have an empty eye socket to put it in, you can't use it. If used constantly, the Eye will need to be recharged every 2 elven weeks. (In place of a pupil there is a small amethyst, but it’s just for stylistic purposes.) Red Lines -Cannot be used to discover cells, atoms, quasars, etc. that we are able to observe now with modern day instruments. -Your normal eye will not respond to the enchantments. You will only perceive microscopic/telescopic vision in the enchanted eye. Overlapping of two different images the brain is being presented with by each eye can cause headaches and eye strain. (Pro tip: Cover up the normal eye when using the special functions of the Eye of Clarity.) -Nothing seen will be identifiable or clear past 10x optic zoom. What you see past these marks will be extremely blurry and cause phantom eye strain. -The eye must be fitted into an empty eye socket to function properly. Number of Duplicates of This Artefact There is only the original. Do you agree to keep the MT updated on the whereabouts and ownership of this Artifact by using the Magic List Errors? Yes Have you applied for this Artifact before, and had it denied? Nop Edit: Optic zoom reduced to a hard limit of 10x all around. Microscopic vision removed. Example images changed.
  6. I'm moving in I just wanted you to be aware
  7. But the real question is-- Can you make cool new duds from their silk? +1
  8. MC Name: Vezzin Character’s name: Elwrick Albright Character’s age: 77 Character’s Race: Halfling What magic(s) will you be learning?: Sensory Illusion Link a MA of a magic your character already uses that is in the same archetype as the magic you are self-teaching: https://www.lordofthecraft.net/forums/topic/153149-sa-cognatism-elwrick-albright/#comment-1446633 How did you learn this magic(s)?: Through research, trial and error, and inconspicuously asking known illusion mages oddly specific questions. MC name of OOC overseer (Note: they must either have a TA in this magic on any character or be a member of the MT): knghtArtorias @ArcanicFable Offer an explanation of the magic(s) you are learning: Sensory illusion, in general, is unique among other types of Voidal magic because it does not affect the objective reality by creating or altering. Instead, illusion affects one (or more) entity’s perception of that reality. Think of how an average person looking at a red apple will see a red apple, while a person with by red-green colorblindness will see a different color. They are looking at the same apple, but through different figurative lenses, and experiencing two different ideas/sensations. Unlike mental magic, sensory illusion does not connect with a targeted mind and directly affect it or probe through it. In the case of sensory illusion, an illusion’s source will lie outside of the mind, and push information in through the senses. Sensory illusions fall under three distinct categories: glamours, phantasms, and figments. Glamours appear to change the properties of an item, such as color, temperature, taste, scent, and sound. It’s a bit like applying a filter to a photograph if a metaphor were to be put to it. Phantasms create suggestive emotions to influence thoughts. For example staring at someone and making it seem as though your stare was more intensely intimidating, instilling a feeling of threat in the target. Figments appear to ‘create’ something that wasn’t there before. For example, making doves seem to burst from an empty hat, making someone’s hair look longer, or filling a room with the disembodied scent of vanilla. To cast an illusion, one must have experienced and remembered details about what they are trying to fake. The less accurate your memory of something, the less accurate your depiction of it will be. If the illusion fails to fool the senses of its target(s), it will dissipate. This is why one cannot cast an illusion on oneself; because by creating the illusion, you will automatically anticipate it and it will cause a paradox that will cancel itself out. (Not applying to cognatism, but that’s a different can of worms.) Provide evidence you've a proper means of learning this magic(s): Do you have a magic(s) you are dropping due to this app? If so, link it: No Do you agree to keep the MT updated on the status of your magic app by using the Magic List Errors topic?: Yes Have you applied for this magic on this character before, and had it denied? If so, link the app: No
  9. WIP of the arkenstone piece bear wIth me here guys I have the lineart done EDIT: It's done goodnight aa
  10. Just in case I can't finish a piece with the arkenstone before the server comes back up, I made a temporary sketch of Thorin EDIT: And also I have a recently finished portrait of Elwrick for his character card
  11. Schnikeys I forgot to post here But definitely giving a +1
  12. A sheet of paper is tacked up to the Reedsborough notice board. The handwriting is neat, with a sharp precision to it. It reads, I am stepping down from my position as elder of Reedsborough in order to focus on other matters which are becoming increasingly demanding of my time and energy. I have been thinking the matter over for a long time, but I’ve been hesitating from acting upon it until I was sure that Milly would not be the only elder left. I hope to see a diligent and reasonable person in my place, willing to find realistic solutions to problems our village faces. I especially refer to potentially deadly break-ins by outside threats such as (but not limited to) orc raiders, hostile necrolytes, and wild animals. While a good idea originally, the thin hedge wall, with its gate left wide open and unguarded day and night, has unsurprisingly been unable to keep such dangerous entities from getting inside the village. I do intend to continue maintaining the local library. Book donations are appreciated. -Elwrick
  13. Chimera Weeds General Use: Reagent (Symbol of earth) Description: Poking up from the debris on forest floors, this twisting, black weed absorbs pieces of dead and decaying animals, insects, and other plants. Instead of digesting these pieces, it sustains them in a zombie-like state and treats them as its own appendages. However, it cannot sustain anything much larger or complex than a human’s thumb. The weed is covered in small, hooked spines, and a dark, sticky mucus resembling motor oil. It is most common to see parts of insects stuck to the plant, like dragonfly wings or beetle legs, which may twitch slightly if touched. If a section of the plant that has been cut that has no parts of other organisms assimilated into it, it cannot successfully be used as a reagent. LM Approval: No Murex Cactus General Use: Reagent, hallucinogen (Symbol of water) Description: An odd little cactus with a squat, spiraled cone structure. It is named after the murex shell, a type of conch featuring long spines. The murex cactus is covered in small barbs, but features several larger spines positioned along the path of its spiral. The cactus is partially hollow, with walls in its interior that break up its spiral into thin pods. Each of which are filled with a clear sap that causes vivid, primarily positive and fun hallucinations if drank in large enough quantities. Fumes from burning the sap can also cause hallucinations if inhaled. LM Approval: No A murex shell: Assecula General Use: Reagent (Symbol of air) Description: A parasitic root-like structure found growing latched onto tree roots in moist, pitch black caves. It is very picky about its environment and is thus quite rare. It is pale blue in color, semi-transparent, and very thin; almost like worms or hair. It is hard and glass-like to the touch, but if exposed to any sunlight, (or an excess of torchlight or magelight or other light sources,) it will soften and lose its magical properties. To ensure its use as a reagent, carry it in a padded, sealed, opaque box. If eaten outright, it tastes bland and watery and has a texture like string bean skins. Pretend that’s a tree root and not a sea cucumber. LM Approval: N0 Ant Blight General Use: Reagent (Symbol of earth) Description: An uncommon yet quite interesting plague on most types of fruit trees, (and primarily found in orchards where fruit trees are tightly packed,) the Ant Blight fungus appears as a swarm of tiny, shiny black spots on the bark of a tree. However, its interconnected roots can run fairly deep, as it must be able to drink from its host’s water supply effectively. The ant-like spots range in scale from roughly the size of a mustard seed to the size of a pinto bean. They release their spores around the early spring months, but can also spread through the fruit of the trees they infect. Fruit from trees infected with Ant Blight develop tumor-like growths and other grotesquely mutated features, and taste rotten and disgusting if eaten, like the 'ants' themselves. The seeds from inside these fruits, if planted, are guaranteed to grow trees that are also contaminated by the blight. If farmers notice Ant Blight growing in their orchards, they would do best to hastily cut off and dispose of any branches covered in the black spots before it spreads to other trees. One cannot remove the blight simply by scraping the ants off, for if the roots are still there, they will just grow back. (Harvested ‘ants.’) (Lemon affected by Ant Blight.) LM Approval: Yes (Infestations should be pretty controlled)
  14. {Please is this a reference to "Guess what's in my pocket" ? Glad I've finally caught the forums online long enough to post.} Elwrick walked home slowly after the burial, his palms reddened and threatening to blister after he'd pushed himself to help dig Edgar's grave. He let his shovel drag behind him on the ground and pondered the sheriff's demise until night became day and he could hear birds sing outside. Later, he would read through Edgar's will, and set off to put away the books he had left for the Library.