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  1. Minecraft name(s): Triscuitfistit Skype ID: Daniel.Hanzchanzuno6 Timezone: GMT Do you hold / have you held any other staff positions? No What MORPG/video games have you/do you play (past and present)? Dark Souls (trilogy), Skyrim and South Park Stick of Truth. What are your characters? Are you willing to sacrifice any to become a event department member? I'm willing to sacrifice my two free slots. What race / group do you think your events would best cater to? If none in particular, give an example of the type of group that your events would entertain. By now I've roleplayed as all races (excluding subraces). I am very fluent with the Human, Dwarves and Orcish lore. I have yet to read more about the Kharajyr and the Elvish lore: Ancient Elven, history etc. What do you believe are key factors for a successful event? Make the Event fun for participants, make it full of surprises and have complex twists in each scenario. Maintain the excitement throughout and leave it up to the participants to anticipate of what will happen. What strengths could you contribute to the event department? Are you knowledgeable in lore or great at organizing? I am knowledgeable in the majority of races lore including Subraces. Because I previously roleplayed a Bishop of Courland I was frequently looking over the Ancient History + Modern History. What specifically intrigued me was the variety of creatures, and I began brainstorming ideas of how I could bring these prehistoric creatures back into the server. For example: 'Hair Leech' which latches itself onto ones scalp, and it's lifecycle is basically that of a flea. I thought it could be interesting to bring as an event, especially because poverty is overwhelming on the server. Which also means lack of hygiene, which may attract these irritating buggers. Why do you want to be part of the ED? My main reason to be part of the Event Department is because I have many interesting events locked up in a private google drive document which I want to use for future events. My goal is to start small eg: Small towns/villages, and gradually work my way up to do large events for a substantial amount of players. I also want to be part of the team, because I want to include the new players who have joined the server. Create three distinct RP scenarios/events based on LOTC lore that you would organize. These are pitches to the managers and the lead, not to the community. Note: not all of the group must be handled at once. Eg: 20+ people via 5 person increments in a dungeon. (1) Event for 3 A small group of three travellers traverse through a mountain, trudging their way through the snow. A severe storm with icy gales hugging against their frigid faces seemed to prolong as they made their journey towards the summit. They may come across a cavern, remnants of bones litter the opening. As the group ingress towards the entrance a miasma of pungent, rotten meat enter their noses. In the middle of the cavern rests a cenotaph, seeming to be in pristine condition. The words 'Judas Agnarsson' have been inscribed. The trio's gaze quickly turning towards the right as a clamorous noise startles them, they see a large wooden door blocking the entrance to the rest of the cave... Two diminutive figures donned in hoary robes, various chains draped over their shoulders. They bore two distinct medallions which hung from their neck, in the centre of the pendant was a burnished emerald that owned a lush, verdant glimmer. Gloves of soft brown suede were tucked into brass rings at their side, their digits both coiled around the helve of a crudely made dagger, bearing an odd hue. It was sheathed into a gilded scabbard. If the group steps forth the two figures would halt them, brandishing their daggers. "Halt, sightseers. You may not take another forward, or face your demise" The imp on the left let out a hoarse cackle, keeping a tenacious grip upon the hilt of his blade. "If you want to be granted access to this door then you will beat us in a duel!" The one on the right bellowed, lumbering forward from the door. Presuming the group manage to kill the two, they can rifle through their bodies searching for a key and open the door. ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Event for 5-10 The group of people flounder through a waterlogged marsh, the soil seeming to suck their feet inside with each step they took. The group stifled their noses with their forearms as the stench of excrement filled their noses. Wreathes of mist swirled around in the moor, the journey ahead being difficult to see. Long, doleful cries cries could be heard in the distance; but despite the groups yelling out to come to the sobbing things aid, they got no reply. The once tranquil atmosphere, soon dulled turning to a sinister one, the group...frightened decide to huddle together, moving at a slow pace. Suddenly a scrawny vodnik comes into view. His knees were submerged into the mire, his face seemed to have moulder, clothes were nothing but thin rags exposing his chest besmirched with blood. The rattle of his breath was lost under the steady drone of the flies hovering about the group. He let out an eldritch screech, lugging towards the group, his body was immersed in mud. Reeds seemed to coil themselves around his torso. Three more Vodkins lumbered from behind, their claws each bearing a serrated edge, their teeth making a constant chatter. Together the Vodkins advanced on towards the group, their physique hardly discernible in the shadowy twilight of the forest. With each slow movement that belied the speed it was capable of, oozing globs of phlegm dripped from their chins. Their blood had turned to a thick, turbid brown, the creatures were grotesque with matted hair. The contorted figures were almost devoid of skin, they all shambled closer towards the group. Their chests slowly rising with each shallow breath they took, as they neared their facial features became discernible, their jaws dislocated showing their torn tongues and blood-stained teeth. They grinned lewdly, severed arms, flesh hanging like tattered rags from the shoulders. Events for 20+ In the newly found continent Isles of Axios, rumours have been spread about a Cyclops that dwells in a forest. A large group of wielded adventurers set out to delve further into the unknown territory, adorned in ferrum panoply. They come to a cease when they come across a shore, willows lined the bank of the stream; in the distance they could see a small island. After hours of work, hollowing out a trunk of a tree they manage to propel it into the sea. Their eyes straining to see through the murk of squall, they eventually reached the island setting coarse woollen cloth doused in a flammable liquid which the group rekindled as they galumphed towards the forest. The aroma of cooked meat permeated through the humid air, the group; had an air of lethargy around them as they continued to proceed through the forest, their eyes leaden with sleep. If the group had been paying attention to their surroundings they'd notice a boulder, that had been worn smooth from erosion. All ambient sounds would promptly conclude, as the group prowled down low making their way towards the boulder. Next to the boulder was a circular entrance that had been carelessly left open, perhaps to trap wandering animals? The group scurried into the entrance, abruptly halting when they notice in the inky blackness a huge Cyclops, towering over them at 6 meters tall. He peered down towards the group, and with an uproar the cyclops hollered in wrath towards the armed group. The Cyclops wrenched it's arm back, thrusting it forward using the momentum from his large club, the hilt of it being wrapped in an ornate blue silk embellished in golden embroidery. The Club was elaborately decorated with multiple shards of wood. The cyclops teeth, eerily incandescent, emitted a strange blue glow and were as sharp as a carbarum blade. The cyclops had been dormant for several years up until the people of Vailor entered the Isles of Axios, it awoke... The cyclops nose; the size of a baked potato dripping with gelatinous yellow streaked snot, skin a sallow green and one large protruding eye which seemed to dart around it's cavern. His frontal eye was better than any hawk. Saliva drooling with silent precision from his pendulous lips it gave the orders to leave his cave, will the group be hastened to obey them? ((If the group win)) The cyclops had a sloppy gait as he approached the group, his clutch on his club releasing. His blood had turned into a thick turbid brown, the Cyclops collapsed upon the floor, the life that had once dwelt in it had gone and it is safe from the perils of the Isles of Axios. His limbs spread at awkward angles, a putrid smell soon became apparent beckoning flies to cautiously hover in mid-air, not too close but close enough to indulge in the nasal nightmare. How long do you plan to stay on the ED? 2-3 years, or more. Tell me a joke! Yo momma is so fat when she steps on the weighing scale...it says ONE AT A TIME PLEASE OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOHHHHHHHHH
  2. oblivionsbane

    Oblivionsbane's GM Application

    Minecraft name/s: oblivionsbane, metaknight11 Age: 22 Timezone: EST Skype/Discord: oblivionsbane for both (for skype it's the one with the comic book character, not the black and white picture.) What is your availability: I should be available at least 2-4 hours a day and the times will vary depending on the day. Tell us an issue you currently experience on the server: Everything is alright, but I don’t want to accept “alright”. The main problems I have seen and heard about are the usual complaints, but modreq times have been a major problem lately it seems. Otherwise, I believe the war team could use added manpower, and providing such is my primary goal for this application. How do you feel individual GMs should present themselves?: GM’s are the face of the server, the avid volunteers who keep the server ticking and provide the playerbase with general services. As such, GM’s should act professionally but still friendly to players. They should remain as unbiased and level-headed as possible in any situation so that they can best gauge the matter at hand and respond to it accordingly. How do you feel the GM team collectively should present itself The GM team should present itself in a manner to promote confidence in its organization and actions. It should appear well organized enough for players to not doubt its capacity to make decisions, and it should be open enough to doubt itself to ensure the collective staff members are making the best decisions. Please list three players who will vouch for you: I suggest you do these three top to bottom, to see where I started, where I was, and where I am now. Raomir – We have known each other since my first few days of LotC, and he gave me my very first in-character job. Aelsioln – Has known me for a couple years. We were good friends towards the middle of my time on LotC. She will be able to comment on the things the other two would not know. Aerialkebab – Has technically known me since Anthos, but we did not talk much until the beginning of Vailor where we were both in the Wood Elf military as officers. We have been friends since then. What is your relationship with the members of the current GM Team?: Looking at the current team I only see people I respect, people I have had a good relationship with, and even friends. I cannot see myself having many problems with them, and I believe in the event of a problem or disagreement, a resolution or compromise would form quickly and easily. What are your finest and worst traits?: The truth is I do not have that many bad traits when it comes to LotC. Most instances of bad traits I might have usually come when I am tired, mentally or physically. Most of the time I am a friendly, earnest, and honest guy who truly enjoys the community and wants only to play and make things better for other players. The few bad traits I have are ones such as poor time management, as I really play this game too much when I come back to it. This leads me to getting burnt out very quickly which has attributed to me leaving and coming back in a repetitious style. Other bad traits usually come from this state of exhaustion from play, as I become less friendly and even rude. The truth is I really like this community. For all of its faults, and there are a lot, I cannot help but feel attached to all the people I have met here, and that is likely my greatest strength of all. I have been in almost every group on the server, and I am well known in the way that most people have seen the name oblivionsbane at least a few times. I know what to expect of certain players and groups, I know what it is like to be a GM from being around them for years, and I understand this community and what makes it tick. Additionally, I possess experience having to do with PvP, war, and the economy, among other, more common things. Overall, I believe my strengths outweigh my faults, which I will admit I have had many on here, but that doesn’t change the fact that for at least a year now, I’ve wanted nothing more than to be in a position to help this server. Tell us about your time on Lord of the Craft: I have been on this server for four years; I know this because I was accepted the day of my 18th birthday. LotC mesmerized me; it was really like another living, breathing world with varied and complex characters. In these four years, I have played with characters in the Dwarves, the Humans, the Elves, the Orcs, Norland, Haria, Alras, and multiple other player groups. I have fought with and against most of them on different occasions, too. In fact, I have made it my goal to be honest and never consider betraying a group of people that have allowed me their trust. Because of this, I more or less can do what I want, and the people who know me do not usually object. This gives me a unique perspective, trust, and proof of limited bias. Also in my time here, I have developed a fondness for this community, something that most people would not reciprocate. I love how passionate and dedicated they can be to making something work, and I admire how some players can take absolutely nothing and turn it into something incredible. On LotC, we take minecraft and bend it to our will to create something entirely different. Our community is mature, compared to most other minecraft communities, and that allows great works of writing and story-telling to take place. It is not always serious, however, as anyone who has been around enough knows. There can be some lighthearted roleplay on here that's just meant to be entertaining, and as someone who has played a Dwarf I have seen a lot of that. I remember once a random dwarf died and we held a loud, stupid funeral in the middle of the Wood Elven city, for no particular reason. On the flip side, I've seen politics and plotting worthy of some kind of evil genius on here. It's really incredible when you think about what the community does with what it's given, and I think LotC is one of the real pinnacles of what can be accomplished with minecraft. That's why I love this community, it's passionate at times and goofy at others, and it's simple to those who want it to be and extremely complex to those who want more. Because of all this, I want to be in a position to work to make the server even better for this community. I have also had a lot of experience around LotC PvP'ers, and I have found that most of the time, they really are not that bad. I recall one time back in Anthos, youlovesocks, chumpchump, and another person banditted me, alone. Instead of getting upset, I told them good fight and complimented them, and it seemed to shock them since no one back then did that. I talked to them for a short time and realized these guys were not actually that bad, they just liked to PvP. I tell this story because this was during a time that raiders were especially hated, when PvP had just become default. I learned from this we are really all the same on here, and many players who are looked at negatively are not as bad as others think they are. It is just the attitudes of LotC can make people cold, distant, and angry which causes others to inherit the negativity. We are all here for the same thing though, and that is for roleplay. Even the most hard-on PvP’er plays on here not because the PvP is actually that great, hell, we used to be unable to move during warclaims, but because the roleplay makes victory through PvP mean so much more. Roleplay gives LotC’s PvP meaning and real consequences, and that is what makes it so enjoyable and fulfilling compared to other servers. Overall, I believe I have the skills, experience, and attitude to succeed in this position. I know the playerbase and the community, and I want to help make the server a better place for them. To answer the questions it says to answer, I’ve never had a staff position on LotC, I play with practically every group, and the people, the characters, the history, the lore, and well, the server in general are what’s most memorable to me. I want to work to make the server run better and to create a better experience for the players. What parts of the server are you most interested in? I like the economy, I like the politics, I like war, I like the storytelling, and I like being involved with all these things. I want to help with the war team particularly right now, just to add some manpower, and I have some useful knowledge when it comes to economy and markets, too. Otherwise, I have a general interest in all the work a GM does. Other than yourself, who of the current applicants would you like to see on the GM Team?: I think Vaynth and pork would do okay, and aetosian might do alright too. Link me a good song:
  3. Fimlin

    [Accepted] Fimlins app

    Minecraft Name: Worldiswar28 Skype ID: Fimlino Time-zone: EST Do you, or have you held, any other staff positions: I was an ET until the purge and am WT and was AT in Athera Where do you grab inspiration from: to help build areas for events as something to do when Im not in a basement grinding What type of building are you best with: I know how to do medieval and terraforming and the other parts of building on lotc What are some of your most treasured builds: http://i.imgur.com/fSqganL.png http://i.imgur.com/myzG4fq.png Are you capable of handling all aspects of a build: sì Pick three building styles and show us a build of yours that corresponds to each choice: Medieval (arockstar lost my italian city, all is left are pictures of baronies): http://imgur.com/a/mBdKg How long does it take for you to complete a build: For a normal event area I spread out the time within a week but large areas usually can take longer. Additional details: (Do you know voxel, world edit, redstone, etc.) everything but voxel, but i can accomplish nearly the same with WE Tell me a trick about building: You can use special commands to make armor stand rigs like this http://i.imgur.com/UDfvnHe.png How long do you plan to be able to work on the team: until the next purge Tell me a joke:
  4. GloriaPreussens

    Dabliusmaximus LT AP

    Minecraft Account Name(s): Dabliusmaximus, Fudge_buster Skype: You've it already How long have you played on LotC?: Years, somewhere around 5 I think now Time zone and availability: PST, usually available throughout the day on Skype What subgenre (refer to LM specifications list) are you versed in most?: Human, Blood Magic, most of the general lore such as basic racial lore, the Four Brothers, etc Give a summary of any staff positions you have held on LoTC: AT, was on the very first Warclaim team, sucked. Have you ever written lore for LoTC? (this will not augment your chances at obtaining the position of LM.): I've written small things, but if anything I do more collaborations than solo Lore. Have you ever received a blacklist or ban?: Yup Who do you not get along with on the Lore Team?: Tsuyose
  5. Destroyer_Bravo

    [Complete]Valein'tehral Ass Repository

  6. Merkaken

    [Denied] Merkaken's FM Application

    Minecraft Username: Merkaken Age: 21 Time Zone: EST Skype: sime4bacon Have you been previously banned or warned, and if so how many times and for what?: I have not. How much time a week can you dedicate to Forum Moderation?: I can dedicate almost every day, in the afternoon and on some week days and every weekend during the day. Why should you be a Forum Moderator?: I am fair, unbiased, and reasonable to work with. I have been a forum moderator on another server, and have been complimented for working with other players and keeping a level head when dealing with issues, such as troll-y posts, miscommunications on the forums, and handling issues in a timely manner. While I have my own opinions on certain issues, I do my best to keep a level head and an open mind. Anything else you'd like to mention?: I can confirm that I will be able to dedicate time to the server and forums now that my family issues have passed. Thank you for taking the time to read over my application.
  7. Swgrclan

    [Actor] Swgrclan Re-Re-Application

    Minecraft name(s): Swgrclan. Skype ID: notxephos. Time zone: EST. Have you ever been banned or received a strike? If so, link the report: I have not ever been banned or received a strike Do you hold / have you held any other staff positions? I hold the position of Lore Master currently, and have prior held the positions of Application Team member, Event Team member (actor), and Event Team manager. What MMORPG/video games have you / do you play? (Past and Present) I’ve played a variety. Among my favorites is the Elder Scrolls Series (though I’ve only player the latter three games), the Souls series, the Fallout series, as well as World of Warcraft pre-cata. There are other titles I play, though they are not favored as much. What are your characters? Are you willing to sacrifice any to become a Event member? I’ve already done so prior to my recent removal, as per the Event Team member purge. Though I’m not inclined to say his name for fear of spoiling established plots, I will list my other most focused characters. Gravelord Nimdravur, a Wraith whom now roams Vailor after his return. The Druid of Shadow, an old Dark Elf Druid who’s currently far from Vailor with his wife Eilistrae on “vacation.” Ser Raide of Ashford, a knight who was both cousin to king Olivier de Savoie and a budding War-Cleric of Tahariae. What race / group do you think your events would best cater to? If none in particular, give an example of the type of group that your events would entertain: While being one to favor more in-depth, immersive events that do not scale very high in player attendance, I had developed a knack for wide-scale combat events, often PvE, which I had practiced thoroughly during my time as an actor in late Anthos and the Fringe, when the Black Scourge was still active. I hosted these events to all the nations that had been most relevant and defense-worthy at the time, so I think my preference for any conflict-oriented events is pretty broad and focused on nation playerbases instead of small groups. However, as I had mentioned before, I do favor immersive instances. This preference, too, isn’t really reserved for one particular group or playerbase. I enjoy writing elaborate plots that will have an affect on both the history of those who witness it and the canon of LoTC itself, which means my content is essentially available for all. Shaping storylines for other groups or races is not beyond me, though. What do you believe are key factors for a successful event?: Patience, a lack of bias, dynamism, an understanding of player preferences and sincere, original work. I have considered these the pillars necessary to keep good events stable and upright, and I have retained the same ideals since my induction as an actor, and later team manager, in the months before my removal. Doing so has gathered overall good feedback from those I host my work with. When was the last time you saw a event? Not in some time, if my memory does not fail me. What strengths could you contribute to the Event Team? Are you knowledgeable in lore or great at organizing? It is known by some that I fancy myself a writer and thus enjoy developing systems and plots for the team to work with and off from. I know how to collect player feedback, often based on observation, so I often know when the community wants and does not want certain types of events - most notably sudden, baseless events, often silly or conflict-based, which had been complained against on the forums frequently in the past. Considering my experience and time invested in the ET itself, I would like to say my team managing ability is honed enough to matter, though I have no desire to take up such a position again. This had helped me develop the ability to coordinate and strike creative ideas with the team to assure things run smoothly, that there are no inner-conflicts, and to gauge the team’s opinions on things such as member addition and lore or story proposals. Why do you want to be part of the ET? Initially, I wasn’t active with the ET because of financial troubles which didn’t help my internet situation. This and the reason I had been told of regarding my removal are why I am not currently present in the team itself. Now that I am stable and able, I may use what I learned from my mistakes and my newfound activity to further provide fun events for the server, as I had before. I shall take this opportunity to reflect on why I joined the team in the first place: Being one so fond of dynamism and lore, the idea of providing experiences for others using these two things appeals to me. I would like to provide the server with intricate, story-based quests and adventures; bearing darker and lighter backgrounds alike. I want players to pace through these events, and when (or if) they reach their end, to not only be rewarded for their toils, but to feel like they've accomplished something in their time playing LoTC. I want to give events to the server that would stir rumors, bestow immersion and bring about emotions. This server is a bastion of creativity and I have the innate desire to contribute to this 4-year and beyond project. The best way I know how is to provide enjoyable experiences through the means of events and stories. Create three distinct RP scenarios/events based on LOTC lore that you would organize. These are pitches to the Managers and Freema, not to the community. Note: Not all of the group must be handled at once. Eg: 20+ people via 5 person increments in a dungeon. 1) For 1-3 person Players happen upon a ruin located near the northern edge of Vailor; a crumbling tower of foreign design with a door bearing a broken lock. Within they find a stairwell, the walls of the tower dull and gray even as they would ascend to the top. Here, they would find a grand display that contrasts the rest of the construct -- a view that opens up before both the endless seas beyond, and the skies above. Notes are scattered about what appears to be a peculiarly-designed telescope directed toward the stars. While a narrative establishes immersion and hints toward the story of who lived in this place, the notes themselves briefly read the efforts of a long-dead man who, as the writings would show, had slowly gone insane. To find the last letter would be to conclude an understanding that the old man sought to solve the mysteries of the cosmos above, with all it’s stars like diamonds, yet to fail as he found only blackness beyond the skies; scribblings described as an empty, cold place, where light could not be seen even when the sun was high in the sky. Looking into the acutely-aimed telescope, particularly during the day, would confirm the validity of the old man’s writings - that either nothing lies beyond the sky, or that the device was simply defunct. 2) For a group of 5-10 Nestled within an unmark wood of eastern Vailor lies a ravaged campsite littered with the bodies of the fallen; torched by flame like their brief place of stay, it would appear as if the sight was apart of a war path. Come night, any investigations of the campsite by the players would be interrupted with the distant rustle of foliage; the suggestion that either something, or someone, was near. These sounds would continue, the narrative suggesting that they only multiply overtime as if to surround the gathered players and trap them within the boundaries of the barren patch of land. From the dark of night, the sound of singing would call - cutting through the air, ragged and angry, and from the trees that surrounded the players involved. Akin to throat-singing, these terrible tunes would cut out sharply as men in foreign, pelt-stitched garb would leap from the trees in a sum of four total; seeking to issue battle with the players despite the fact they were outnumbered. These wild warriors would initiate battle with the group; wishing to share with them the same fate as the last few, lest those of diplomatic nature lie in the group, in which a foreboding warning that entails the rule of a distant, great king to the east would bring to light a threat that the apparent foreign invaders would be sure to assure the attending players of. 3) For a group of 20+ In the lands of Oren, distant dry thunder and the stirring of dark clouds would spell out a day entrenched in rain. However, beyond the walls, the cries of a single man would cut through the air with an intensity to overpower the volumes of the distant thunder as he would approach the capital city’s gates. Ragged and bloodied, this transient would ramble of a coming force headed by an insane magi - a madman and murderer who sought to burn all in his path in order to usurp the current throne of humanity. The sound of marching would confirm his foreboding words. A PvE siege would take place. A wizard, corrupted by uncounted decades of arcane meddling, would march upon the Emperor's lands with an army of dead; a massive gathering of vodnik, clad in the armanents they initially died in, would follow the dark wizard as he would bellow his commands toward the city’s walls -- commands to submit or die. Given that the nation’s loyal soldiers would do no other thing but defend their majesty’s empire, the city’s populace would be issued the challenge of defense -- ladders being built upon the walls, raised by the wizard’s infested undead minions as hellfire would rain upon the city from the wretched witchery of the maleficar himself. His power enhanced by blood magic, players would have to keep themselves from being struck by plummeting torrents of fire and lightning strikes as they would fend off the army of the dead. Should the dark force be obliterated by the steel of mortality, the wizard himself would remain as the sole remainder of the opposing faction. A boss battle would ensue, in which those attending would have to use strategy in order to make their numbers count, lest they face the magus’ full wroth. How long do you plan to stay in the ET? Indefinitely. Should the time come when I face troubles again, I intend to let the team know, but I do not foresee this happening just yet. Tell me a joke: the lore team (have mercy, connor) if i lose my lore team tag from this, men will die in the following fortnight
  8. Rhewen

    The Harvest Militant

    The Harvest Militant ~The Army of the Grand Duchy~ Halflings in uniforms stand in line, shovels at their side to their shoulders, standing stout not moving a muscle. A platform stands before them, raised with carves pumpkins displaying their fearless leader Phillip Norfoot. And alas, the fearless leader comes to stage, a stout expression on his face. He smirks to the men and says "Soon lads! We will ta'e over those panseh little shites, 'iding in their closed off grove! We'll show 'em our powah! The powah all 'Alflins should posses!" The lads cheer and raise their shovels, rejoicing. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The Harvest Militant is a Radical Militaristic Halfling Extremist Militia, bent on conquering the halfling nation and forging it to their idealistic views and dogmas. -Religion- The Harvest Militant worships and follows the Pumpkin Lord and follow his will, while to most halflings this is heresy, they would die in the name of their Idol ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~Ranks~ -Private- Privates are the backbone of the militia, making up most of the force. -Sergeant- The leaders of the privates, they command squads of two. -Lieutenant- The overall commanders of the troops, they command two squads. -Engineer- The builders of the army, they create the pumpkin-pults -Naval Marine- Soldiers of the naval forces, they are the forces of the Grand Navy -General- Absolute leader of the militant ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~Application~ (Keep in mind we only accept halflings) OOC Name: IC Name: Do you swear to thrive to take down the weak Halfling nation?: Which section of the army do you wish to be in? (Engineering/Infantry): Do you have skype? If so what is your username: Do you have Teamspeak?:
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  10. Minecraft name(s): serpaulryan Skype ID: ryaneseverance Time zone: UTC/GMT -4 Have you ever been banned or received a strike? If so, link the report: Nope Do you hold / have you held any other staff positions? Nope What MMORPG/video games have you / do you play? (Past and Present) What are your characters? Are you willing to sacrifice any to become a Event member? Arik Vanir – The brother of Duke Vasili Vanir, Arik is the former Lord Steward of the Kingdom of Akovia, and, later, the Reformed Kingdom of Oren. He primarily oversaw the running of the Kingdom of Akovia during the days of the Great Schism War, and helped facilitate the removal of the Mad King Varon Kovachev, for the good of his people. Now, he resides in Port Vydrik, and helps manage his brother’s ducal holdings, governing the people of Vanaheim. Ser Paul Jr – Son and sole heir of the renowned Ser Paul Ryan, Ser Paul Jr. is the realm-famous owner and operator of Paul’s Pals™, a roving band of adventurers that seeks to help those in trouble and also like more or less anyone who they happen to see. Handsome, charming, and suffering from severe schizophrenia and a rare bipolar disorder, he travels the land making friends selling odds and ends. I am of course willing to sacrifice either character should it, for some reason, be deemed necessary. What race / group do you think your events would best cater to? If none in particular, give an example of the type of group that your events would entertain. Many of my events would focus primarily on Humans, the largest playing faction of the server. Having played a human/Subhuman for the entirety of my time on LOTC, and experiencing everything from the enlisted ranks of various military orders to the ranks of the privy council IC and OOCly, I’ve developed an extensive understanding of the human playerbase, know many who call it home, and have had many varied roleplay experiences with humans. As well as this, I have also travelled extensively across the map IRP, both as “Ser Paul Ryan” and “Ser Paul Jr.”, taking on roles as a traveling merchant, raving lunatic, highway brigand, royal inspector, etc, and frequently interacting with players from each major race and many minor factions, providing events that can be enjoyed regardless of character’s race, background or allegiances. I’ve been contacted multiple times by players from many different backgrounds after a roleplay session in which they complimented the unique, funny and enjoyable experience which just occurred, which has largely inspired my desires to join the ET team and continue this tradition. What do you believe are key factors for a successful event? The absolutely key point to any event is player interaction, involvement, and enjoyability. The players must feel immersed and as if they are part of the events taking place, not as though they are simply bystanders witnessing it happen. I find direct communication and involvement with individuals in crowds often allows for a unique experience that is enjoyable for everyone. It’s important to insure that the event is note on an entirely linear timeline, and to allow the players the opportunity to alter your (hopefully flexible) event by banding together and taking action, and enjoy themselves. When was the last time you saw a event? The major map transition into 4.5/Vailor was the last event I saw/partook in. What strengths could you contribute to the Event Team? Are you knowledgeable in lore or great at organizing? I have a fairly decent handle on the LOTC lore and history, and a strong talent for creative writing, organization and policy making. I've helped draft in-character resolutions for roleplay and out of character responses to major policy changes/server events, and have for many months/years now been in a leadership position OOCly and RPly. Why do you want to be part of the ET? For a long time, I've traveled around the map on gimmick characters, constantly changing my role from day to day. On Monday, I would be a travelling salesman, offering my “enchanted youth powder” that was really just glowstone dust at cheap, unbeatable prices to each person I saw on the road. On Tuesday, I would declare myself royal tax collector or inspector, and demand access to a private fortress of home so I could scrutinize its contents. So on, and so forth. This has led to innumerable situations, including the causation of the great chicken plague of siegrad (2015-2015), the crashing of Queen Ceriwyn’s family tea party, and, somehow, my execution on only one occasion. I honestly believe that small scale events that brighten only one or two players days at a time are what make this server amazing, and I've had a hell of a time creating my own for some time now. Massive staff-led events can be incredibly enjoyable and open to everyone, but sometimes, a small one on one interaction with a travelling actor can be all you need to get back into the vibrant roleplay experience you've missed for a long time. To be able to join the ET team and actively contribute towards creating a more enjoyable experience to a broader base of players, and to directly be a part of the staff team which (I admit) I often criticize is something I am looking forward to having the chance of. Create three distinct RP scenarios/events based on LOTC lore that you would organize. These are pitches to the Managers and Freema, not to the community. Note: Not all of the group must be handled at once. Eg: 20+ people via 5 person increments in a dungeon. 1) For 1-3 person 2) For a group of 5-10 ​ 3) For a group of 20+ How long do you plan to stay in the ET? Until democracy has been spread across the globe, fam, and freedom rings from sea to shining sea once more. Tell me a joke https://www.healthcare.gov/
  11. Kingdom of Oren

    The Beginning Of The End

    Inside the Royal Palace at Petrus, the Privy Council of Oren meets with King Olivier, representatives from all corners of the realm coming together. Around the table sit the King, and all major nobles of the realm, with a scribe to record the historic event. Their meeting is short and to the point, and wrapped up with the His Majesty’s words. “It is done, then. The Beginning of the End has started. The stout pups have bit the wolf’s tail too many times.” Around the table, heads nod in agreement, and notices are sent to every major holdfast in the Realm. To the Lords and Soldiers of Oren; Pick up your shields and raise your spears - we march to end the war. WARCLAIM Type of Battle: Conquest Time & Date: 5PM EST, 4th of April (Negotiable) Attacking Forces: The Kingdom of Oren + Allies Defending Forces: The Grand Kingdom of Urguan + Allies Location and Boundaries: Kal’Karaad Kal’Karaad and immediate surroundings http://gyazo.com/d0caf32f14934a229611d0c8c279dd3a (Roughly) Terms of Victory: Victory for attacking team: If the defenders are all killed or driven out of the battle area, or bested to such an extent that a realistic defense is no longer viable (IE - Defenders huddle 500 feet underground, victory is declared, for they could not realistically defend the actual city, which would simply fall into attacking hands.) Victory for the defending team: If the attackers are all killed or driven out of the battle area. Rewards: Victory for the attackers means ownership of the Kal’Karaad plot will be transferred to the Kingdom of Oren, and used as they please. Victory for the defenders means the region may not be war claimed for a time based off the suggestions of non affiliated Game Moderators with the consent of both sides. Rules: Server rules No team killing No fake statuses No returning to battle Siege weapons enabled No metagaming No underground fort modifications prior to this post. All additional fortifications must be on ground level or above. No moving items out of the city
  12. Player Report (If applicable, please provide a link): I've never had a BR published on account of my actions. Minecraft Name: TapeSauce. Rule Broken/Disputed (Multikill, Griefing, Xray, Etc. Be specific.): Vulgarity and OOC racism. Character Witnesses (Name(s)): Raelplayer, any other GMs that were on at the time, Tyrell Blavier, and friends in the TS channel. Event Details (Reason for actions. Apology. Etc.): I was testing the boundaries of our increasingly strict censorship rules, and was not caught by the GMs. In due time during my session of trolling, I branched outwards from my unnoticed profanity and used words that I consciously knew were not allowed. To do it in my own fashion, I found a Southeron named Tyrell Blavier, and ran up to him, saying the following (which I am to put in a spoiler for convenience): I understand what I did was wrong, and my actions resulted in a 3-day ban (which was issued on Thursday, I believe). I ask forgiveness from the GMs, and from HandcookedTires. I do not know who banned me specifically because the other available GMs I could reach would not disclose that information. Screenshots/Vids (Link):
  13. Player Report (If applicable, please provide a link): None. Minecraft Name: radferrari Rule Broken/Disputed (Multikill, Griefing, Xray, Etc. Be specific.): None. Character Witnesses (Name(s)): Everyone at the battle against the dwarves. Event Details (Reason for actions. Apology. Etc.): I was yelling insults at the Dwarves from an IC standpoint, with language that is very commonplace amongst the Human playerbase. Got banned, and as far as I know, no one else. Screenshots/Vids (Link): http://prntscr.com/621kdx tho tbh i reckon its fishy af that after talking with many people ive been the only one banned for saying words like i said
  14. 3VN

    [Builder] 3Vn's App

    Minecraft name: 3VN Skype ID: I'll give it in a pm if I'm accepted. Timezone: UTC +1 Have you had any bans or strikes? If yes give a link: I haven't gotten a ban or a strike. Why do you want to be a builder for the ET? I want to contribute to the server in the way that I find most enjoyable. I love building, whether it's grand builds or small. I especially love building with lots of detail. What are some of your most treasured builds? (screenshots if possible): My most treasured build is the entrance to the lonely mountain which I made for the The Hobbit: Roleplay server http://imgur.com/ah7xm9j All in all, the best builds I've made have been for this server http://www.minecraftforum.net/forums/servers/pc-servers/objective-servers/766513-the-hobbit-role-play-lord-of-the-rings-rp-24-7 What MMORPG/video games do you play? I play Skyrim, SWTOR, Just Cause 2, Mount and Blade and many more. Please provide screenshots of any medieval builds strictly you have built and a description of each: http://imgur.com/53Uwml5,2kMyGRo,oeeIad2,hmJDDtO,BuF4r7O,CPIKTIn,FYTD7Vz,YrvTkZx,DIigkkA A medieval village, with an arena connected to it. Inside the walls you will find a few houses, a farm, a church and a castle lookint out over the village. Please provide an example of a decent sized ruin build (stone or otherwise): http://imgur.com/jnYNUV5,GA4Xc8S Please provide an example of terraforming: I couldn't download Bukkit because of TMCA takedown so I hadto use an old terraformed build. It shows how I went forward when terraforming with VoxelSniper. http://imgur.com/8Gp0crD,LG9RDsE,mVzQSGu,IhVa8zz,TR9yVxJ,QiLtrwh,tqDW2lm,MwMjZfs Please provide an example of a organic build: http://imgur.com/jJsivpt,XJwpOS6 Please provide an example of a High fantasy build: http://imgur.com/huj9WXk,XnhIK7d inspired by this http://images1.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20110607183021/lotr/images/7/75/Gundabad_1.jpg) Are you an independent builder, and are you capable of handling all aspects of a build? I can handle most of the build, except the interior. This is something I am working on, but interior is still my weakest side. I know how to terraform, I can do the exterior and I can make a good atmosphere for the overall build. Do you know much about redstone? Yes I do! I know how to make many different constructions with redstone. Just ask me and I'll make different redstone contraptions for you. How long does it take for you to complete a build? It depends on the size, what type and how many details I'm going to put in it. Some might take days, while others might be finished in an hour. Tell us how you plan on constructing a large build, a medium build, and a small build. With a large build I will first picture in my head what I will build. I will then start by laying out an foundation. A rough construction will follow. I will lastly smoothen out the build and add small details here and there. With a small build I will just start building and see where it takes me. I will stop multiple times and get an overall look of the build. If I don't like it, its gone simple as that, but if I like it I continue building in the direction I started. A medium build will be a combination of the above. I will picture it, and start building, I will try out new stuff which might give it the look I want, but if it doesn't fit I will remove it and try again. Additional details (Do you know how to Voxel? World Edit? Craftbook? Etc...): I know VoxelSniper in and out, its my favourite tool when terraforming. Its much more flexible than World Edit and it makes the build look more natural. World Edit is something I don't like to use when terraforming, but I use it to move, copy/paste and remove sections or the whole build. I have built for two other servers, called Road to Ages and The Hobbit: Roleplay, both of which where highly successful until their closure. On RTA I built houses in the main city and a few other cities, while in the Hobbit server I did most of the terraforming, and built different buildings around the map. http://3vnn.imgur.com/all Here is an imgur album of many builds I've either built on my own or helped building. Lastly, due to the TMCA take down of Bukkit, I couldn't use VoxelSniper or WorldEdit, so I had to manually terraform parts of the builds, explaining the poor quality. Tell me a trick about building (eg: floating torches, custom heads) Putting packed ice behind regular ice gives it a nice look, which makes it look more icy. Also, you can use different kinds of wood to make, lets say the floor look charred after a fire. Tell me what you want from the ET: An Event Team that not only provides the server with role play, but also gives them many builds to look at. Builds that not only looks good, but also have things to explore and find. This is what I hope to contribute to the Event Team if I am accepted.
  15. Narthok

    Narthok's Ban Appeal

    Player Report (If applicable, please provide a link):hhttp://gyazo.com/5111d9b4a50b4db5b744121df4f1326c Minecraft Name: Narthok Rule Broken/Disputed (Multikill, Griefing, Xray, Etc. Be specific.): Umm http://gyazo.com/f239497a7cd7a66189ba7f324728c20f Character Witnesses (Name(s)): Event Details (Reason for actions. Apology. Etc.): I posted this to the forums, http://i.gyazo.com/6dc5a550e3f67d8746953962da44dcd8.png. Apparently I'm an "ass"/ "asshat" or whatever. Straight up I've never received complaints from being toxic from anyone other than BNK. I made a funny comment when the staff made a little mistake giggles were had am I honestly being banned because I posted a gyazo to a forum thread seriously are you so sensitive that something that small is ban worthy? I honestly don't even know, I was pissed from losing some 12 or so hours of my life building as well as a crap ton of hours put into resource collection ( some four double chests of stone) I posted an emote to the thread and was banned maybe 30 seconds later. Screenshots/Vids (Link):http://gyazo.com/5111d9b4a50b4db5b744121df4f1326c http://gyazo.com/2d0f4e41fb279ee84bc3a56f3f9c75cf http://puu.sh/cePxP/c2ae73dce0.jpg http://gyazo.com/c5e57418ded528305aeb9cdf9c0c5a14
  16. § Minecraft name(s): DrakeHaze / Omnyaxle § Skype ID: No § Time zone: EST § Have you ever been banned or received a strike? If so, link the report: I don’t have access to it § Do you hold / have you held any other staff positions?: I don’t remember. § What MMORPG/video games have you / do you play? (Past and Present): WoW ArcheAge Dark Souls Elder Scrolls Diablo Dragon Age Mariokart (Honestly, the list is too long. These are examples. I know how to quest okay? I swear on me mum) § What are your characters? Are you willing to sacrifice any to become a Event member? I happen to Roleplay as the greatest character in the history of LoTC, Yukanol Fukov. Yes. § What race / group do you think your events would best cater to? If none in particular, give an example of the type of group that your events would entertain: Orcs and Humans. § What do you believe are key factors for a successful event? Organization Preperation Time management Fun factor Phat loots § When was the last time you saw a event?: Yesterday § What strengths could you contribute to the Event Team? Are you knowledgeable in lore or great at organizing?: I have more knowledge on Orc lore than the entire ET combined +1. I am a man of many traits, most greater than the last. I have allot of time on my hands and did lead a nation, so my organizational skills are through the metaphorical roof. § Why do you want to be part of the ET?: To lead the Orc Antagonist without having to rely on others to pickup the slack. That and to provide fun events to the bored playerbase that is LoTC. § Create three distinct RP scenarios/events that you would organize. These are pitches to the Managers and Kai, not to the community. Note: Not all of the group must be handled at once. Eg: 20+ people via 5 person increments in a dungeon. 1) For 1-3 person 2) For a group of 5-10 3) For a group of 20+ § How long do you plan to stay in the ET?: Majority of 4.0 Mood music provided by Treshure, Breaker of Walls and Banter Princess:
  17. Minecraft name: Ueta Skype ID: Don't really want to give that publicly. Timezone: GMT Have you had any bans or strikes? If yes give a link: Nope. Why do you want to be a builder for the ET? Building is basically my favourite thing about minecraft, and I would like to put my building skills to use for lotc which I know would be used for by other players. What are some of your most treasured builds? (screenshots if possible): http://gyazo.com/3016bd1b5a287a2a8d08c5ac2b2e6003 http://gyazo.com/421c90902ea6f3a97a956e17562ca544 http://gyazo.com/925708c4213a1560932bc8122d43c69c I haven't finished this because the server I built it on is broken. And here's another angle: http://gyazo.com/1789ede65e5ffe16be7893bcf5479185 What MMORPG/video games do you play? Minecraft, dragon's dogma, and Skyrim pretty much. Please provide screenshots of any medieval builds strictly you have built and a description of each: Some interior I did for a house: http://gyazo.com/3ce90d2ba57115417b82866ceb3bbc6a A tavern I've built recently: http://gyazo.com/8ef03323354518a575e6b8eb3f19860f This is the main room of the tavern, which has some seating and a lounge area with a fireplace: http://gyazo.com/a2103aecff71ab41373e1f56ab3c642c http://gyazo.com/919ed823dde0a79694fa58dcc9c9ae91 The tavern has a basement where the storage is located: http://gyazo.com/fe165f21f5fdbc52f7688d36f3d643c5 One of the rooms in the tavern on the second floor: http://gyazo.com/dc1128c6dc9002a841d11024efc2a821 This is the biggest room in the tavern, which includes a balcony: http://gyazo.com/d319e7bd75607dd25fe804f65bad8e87 Another house I built with the same style to the tavern, which took me around around 40 minutes to build: http://gyazo.com/1a0ab4a9baa9b130032b493bb36503f3 This is the main room of the house that I built: http://gyazo.com/ba0003d4527906c480555c4d29a4f812 The upstairs of the house: http://gyazo.com/78fd7426d971da79975b717dad621886 This is a very old house on a mountain cliff I built not so recently: http://gyazo.com/58f0c924eee81664dfa9583eaa0a7c1f The first floor of the mountain house: http://gyazo.com/3b9fe1257f82e642421d5f8d27748e40 The second floor of the mountain house which includes a study and a bedroom: http://gyazo.com/3fb5fa3e3d1fe05ac038faa717c17b80 Interior for the Hanseti Tavern http://gyazo.com/f0cbaf2264f0b878864e95bfe7261287 http://gyazo.com/9665677a96db53ad7182de9f31fedae1 Please provide an example of a decent sized ruin build (stone or otherwise): http://gyazo.com/9ee225a15dbaf1846bb440554cc841ce http://gyazo.com/270c34a0a64be929c296dee7361e2ae9 This is this abandoned sandstone fort ruin with a giant cobra coming out of the desert. An abandoned mine I built: http://gyazo.com/0735ee645688002a8c819a4b97fd57dd http://gyazo.com/5173a40e0dba92d51fe876f91ebb4aa9 Please provide an example of terraforming: Most of my landscaping and terraforming is included in my builds, like my desert fort is on a small cliff, and the small mountain ledge where my mountain house is built on. Please provide an example of a organic build: http://gyazo.com/49971486c3bf10e869ebf3783e27d054 This is some giant tree I built, the inside of the tree is a large tavern. This is at the top of the tree where there are rooms and some seating: http://i.imgur.com/2B2B7Rr.jpg This here is the main room into the tavern which has a bar and a open area: http://gyazo.com/63f2ce451976be1f134c0f63b9bfbca9 There is also a library in the tavern I also built in the tavern for some reason: http://i.imgur.com/sXACqdL.png A small pond with overgrown vegetation that leads to a small ruined house: http://gyazo.com/489814c771ef7531a9b79d0d229eaa2a http://gyazo.com/7655781c9351176f316fc2635828e9c2 http://gyazo.com/ef5c79bc03e53bd18fe6f006cafb52ea Please provide an example of a High fantasy build: This is some dark dead tree I attempted: http://gyazo.com/79fe1983224944604aa669cbc2582e77 and too be honest I wasn't really sure where I was going with it but it turned out with me coming up with more ideas for it such as this mushroom house I built: http://gyazo.com/0c5d51c42df750ac3269c40406af17c5 http://gyazo.com/b2d5c4dfe2a5abc2994a95df5fb9dd7a Here's this statue of some giant lizard dragon I attempted: http://gyazo.com/af851d5720525a97440f5350ab710b60 http://gyazo.com/253297805049eafa34df078f251aa2d6 Are you an independent builder, and are you capable of handling all aspects of a build? I really prefer to be independent if I'm designing the build, I tend not to like people interfering with my work and making edits without my permission. But I don't mind if someone could help me out on designs of houses, since designing houses aren't my strongest point in building. Do you know much about redstone? I know some basic redstone, such as hidden piston staircase, using music blocks and piston trap doors. How long does it take for you to complete a build? It depends on the size of the build. making a large tree takes around 1-2 hours, and that also depends on the size of the tree. But everything else, I usually take time in, such as building houses or forts, usually because they require some more planning that organic builds. Tell us how you plan on constructing a large build, a medium build, and a small build. For a small build I basically just build on the spot with no planning, with a medium build I do plan some of it, such as the base which I outline using glow stone to mark it out, and for a large build, it really depends. If I was building a statue or some kind, I don't plan it, if it's a building like a fort then I do plan it. I sometimes take pictures of fantasy builds and make my own version of it in minecraft, or I sometimes merge designs if I can. Additional details (Do you know how to Voxel? World Edit? Craftbook? Etc...): I know how to use Worldedit, and I know some Voxel stuff, such as replacing blocks that you wouldn't normally be able to place, e.g putting a lever on a fence. Tell me a trick about building (eg: floating torches, custom heads) I don't really know any 'tricks' to building, the only thing I really know is using log:12 to create logs that have the bark texture on every side. Tell me what you want from the ET. I want the opportunity to build and create things that other players will be able to enjoy and use to enrich their RP experience on the server. Having my creations be showcased in such a useful manner only bolsters my interest in joining the team. I believe I am a good builder and the Event Team is where I should be.
  18. Minecraft name: Charoodler Skype ID: charoodler Timezone: Central Standard Time (CST) Have you had any bans or strikes? If yes give a link: I've had a self-ban report for "Quitting" (was /all/ finals). I'll link them yonder. http://www.lordofthecraft.net/topic/101957-ban-report-on-charoodler/?hl=%2Breport+%2Bcharoodler Why do you want to be a builder for the ET? I like building in minecraft. I like events, and I like providing interesting RP. As I think I am capable of all three of those, I want to try my hand at Event Team Builder, because it seems like fun, and more enticingly, a chance to provide other people with fun! What are some of your most treasured builds? (screenshots if possible): Look at any of the ones below, especially the Vault/Dungeon Please provide screenshots of any medieval builds strictly you have built and a description of each: http://i.imgur.com/hC6PShT.png http://i.imgur.com/LyrEkr1.png ^--A small camp amongst a large forest clearing. (Small Messy Medieval with some terraforming~) http://i.imgur.com/Gq6RP1w.png http://i.imgur.com/XyeF0rB.png ^--A pontoon bridge over a muddy pond, in a forest of dark oaks and small spruces. http://i.imgur.com/tUIs2kx.png http://i.imgur.com/9lv1Je8.png http://i.imgur.com/4ibx8bg.png http://i.imgur.com/aH2Q1V6.png A lonely fortified tower, standing proud over a forest of dark oak trees and spruces. Please provide an example of a decent sized ruin build (stone or otherwise): http://imgur.com/a/Sqyed This is the dungeon I use on slave raids. Once the Muldyre Vault; the stronghold for the Tovalin family estate, it has collapsed in many sections, fit only for storing their new fortune: Chattel Slaves. Please provide an example of terraforming: http://i.imgur.com/M6EhtQY.png ^--Oh nooooo! The forest has been stricken by corruption. http://i.imgur.com/XyeF0rB.png ^--The Pontoon Bridge from above. The pond was given some mud detailing with soul sand and ferns grow around the little body of water. Please provide an example of a organic build: http://i.imgur.com/r2tPOAl.png ^--Some underbrush obscures the entrance to a dark cave. Please provide an example of a High fantasy build: http://i.imgur.com/txbhKMF.png Some kooky-looking contraption. Probably maaaaagical~ http://i.imgur.com/n20bgOj.png Nope, just some sort of weird clock… say, is the metal turning into wood? Are you an independent builder, and are you capable of handling all aspects of a build? I work alone most of the time. Do you know much about redstone? Enough for event-related business (hidden doors, flickering lights, etc.), with CraftBook ICs I can do a lot more. How long does it take for you to complete a build? I can complete a medium-sized ruin in creative in about 20-30 minutes. Most of the builds in this app took me 15-20 minutes. Tell us how you plan on constructing a large build, a medium build, and a small build. Large Builds, particularly large pieces of stonework like castles: Foundations First! I generally implement a timber/sandstone frame for the build, Then I put a little 'inner wall' layer of whatever, (cobblestone for a stone building, oak wood planks for a wooden one). I build an 'exterior layer', where I intend players to look at the building from the outside. I do a hasty inner layer of whatever's the most aesthetically pleasing for 'wallpaper'. I use the mantra "details last" for most of my stuff, because after I am done with the inner wall, exterior layer, and wallpaper, I go for detailing the exterior. I put in arches and things like that (major details), then I add cracks to stone brick (palette of stone, cracked stone brick, and cobblestone), moss (mossy cobblestone/stone brick, surrounding leaves. Some vines on the occasion). I add arches and things like that (major details) As for medium builds… Eh. It really depends on what I'm making. For Small builds, I generally jump for the framework and then add minor details along with the walls. I usually give the smaller buildings some terraforming as well. (I am partial to swamps and trees. Forgive me.) Additional details (Do you know how to Voxel? World Edit? Craftbook? Etc...): WorldEdit (Mastered), CraftBook (Circuits and all), General Essentials commands and their respective syntax. Tell me a trick about building (eg: floating torches, custom heads) You can put vines on an empty space by placing a few dud blocks, plonking the vines down on them, and then removing them. You can give yourself custom heads with /give (whoever) 397 1 3 {SkullOwner:"(whoever)"}. You can add custom NBT strings of many sorts this way (but it's painful). I don't know floating torches but I can probably do it with worldedit! Tell me what you want from the ET. As an ET member, I won't ask for a lot. As a player, all I want is some general productivity from actors and new areas to explore from builders.
  19. Aagaron

    [Lore Idea] The Draug

    - ( Disclaimer - While I do not credit myself with the original creation of the Draug, I do call the version present in this lore a variation, and I do stress that. The version I have created has been idealized to comply with existing server lore and mechanics, as well as entreating each occurrence of a Draug on the server with some degree of individuality and fun. ) - The Draug By far, one of the most feared creatures in the known world is known as the the Draug. While circumstances surrounding their few recorded appearances are similar, for the most part, the creatures themselves harbor painfully few similarities to one another. So, the question remains, what is a Draug? A Draug is a creature born from the heat and brutality of warfare that feels no pain, has insatiable bloodlust, offers no mercy and feels no remorse. Their volatile belligerence is not to say they are dim-witted by any means, for they are actually the opposite; a Draug, any measure of size or shape, is utterly brilliant. In their brilliance and strength, they are almost grandiose. A Draug has only ever been recorded to form in a battle, and more so particularly in a bloody one. Their essence appears as a cloud of embers, which often are spotted flying against the wind or in ways uncharacteristic to embers. Upon finding a place of suitable size and opposition, the Draug begins to form. Armor of fallen soldiers (sometimes with their wearer still inside), wooden beams, fortifications, and pieces of breastwork all seem to come alive as they fly towards the center of this amalgamous entity, forming legs first and working their way up, eventually standing anywhere between eight and nearing fifteen feet tall (More powerful Draugs are able to hold more objects in place, and therefore become taller and heavier). In our eyes this process seems random and sloppy, but the Draug carefully assesses each and every item going into and onto its body, and places it just where it wants it. This leaves very few gaps in its armor, and oftentimes it is made of stone or fiery wood, making direct combat with this beast very difficult, if possible at all. After their rather drawn out formation, they waste no time before charging into the fray. They often bear shields or banners from either side of a conflict, which catches many unsuspecting or untested soldiers off guard, thinking the fiery demon is charging towards the enemy, as they get the end of the Draug’s weapon. In open combat, the creature will often sustain damages and need repairs. It does this quickly and easily, filling the gaps with remnants of the carnage it has created almost instantaneously. Let it be said that with the advent of a Draug, the only sure tactic to prolong your own life, is to turn and run; Draugs cannot truly be killed, and their endless slaughtering is only halted when they run out of enemies to kill. It is then that they usually release their essence, and their form crumbles to a heap. Draug Behavior and Origins Rather unpredictable by nature, but enhanced by their vast intellect, it is very hard to guess what a Draug will do. Their formation in a battle should be taken as a bad omen, as it takes them a great deal of strength to form, and a few years to gain the strength to form in the first place. Some older and larger Draugs will fight in a very reserved manner, picking sizable targets from the crowd, while smaller and younger Draugs enter the fray. On the topic of their age, they do, in fact, become wiser and more skilled tacticians after every incursion, but do not age as mortals. The trend typically follows that a younger Draug will be smaller and weaker. While the origins of the Draug are not completely known to us, we do know they are native to Anthos, and in all of our time here, we have only ever observed four Draugs. Their names are as follows: Rudibus, Demoval, Ur and Castillon. Castillon Castillon, the name conjures dark memories for scholars well acquainted with his history. He, the more belligerent of the four known Draugs , is perhaps the most unique as well. The first and only Draug to ever name himself, in common tongue, no less. He stood at sixteen feet, carried a tower shield taken from the hull of a small boat, and a bastard sword almost as long as he was tall. After two sweeps of a battlefield for survivors, he simply turned north and walked off into the woods. He walked for days until he arrived at the ruins of Fort Greywyn, and then further still into the gateway to the north. The scouts that followed him dared not go close enough to hear the conversation, but saw him clearly raise his sword to strike the gate, but for one single moment in all of recorded history, as a Harbinger appeared and spoke to him, he lowered his sword. After many minutes of a one sided conversation, Castillon planted his sword and shield in the snow and allowed his form to fall into a heap of charred wood and iron. As the fires on the timbers he had claimed were snuffed out, the embers floated up from the heap and behind the wall, with the Harbinger following closely behind. Castillon has never been seen since that day.
  20. Jibuis Winterborn (Vinnie)

    Jibuis's Fm Application

    Real Name: Jibreel, But most people just call me Jib. Ingame Name: jibtherandom Rp Name: Jibuis Winterborn/Isabella Valois/ Corceal Centrella Time Zone: Greenwich Mean Time +0 How long you will be online per week: 10-15 hours per week on Holidays, And then about 8-10 hours not on Holidays Experience: Well theres definitely a lot here: Been Forum Moderator on 3 forums Before: My old servers forum LOTR fan forum Another servers Forum I have also been co-owner of my old servers Forum, And run the server as a co-owner Too, I definitely have the experience I need to take on this Task. Previous Forums: My old servers Forum, The LOTR fan forum, And i have been on a lot of Forums without being a Moderator, Listed here: Planet Minecraft Forums oc.tc forums Nationstates.net Forum DragonFable Forum Wizard 101 Forum Valve Forums Age of Empires Forum Why should I be an FM?: I believe that with my experience on these various forums and etc. I can definitely use this to my Advantage, And I would understand the burdens of being a Forum Moderator, I understand it is a Difficult thing to do, I am quite a fun person, But of course i understand my limits, I also administrate some stuff in my Home-town as well, Being a youth council member. Of course i have been on LOTC for a very long time, It will become 2 years in about 3-4 months. I love browsing the LOTC forums and i can definitely bring something good to the Forums, I have only one warning on my Record, Nothing more. Other Info: Thank you for Reading this, I believe i can bring some real talent to the Team, and show some real dedication and hard work, I understand how it works, and I am ready to take the Challenge head on. Thank you.