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  1. HurferDurfer1

    [Denied] IDontCare_Bear MT App

    What is your Minecraft Account Name?: IDontCare_Bear How long have you played on LotC?: 3 years How many hours per day/week are you available?: Er maybe 2-3 hours during the work week and like, 6 or 8 hours on weekends. Have you read and do you thoroughly understand Magic Lore?: Ive read quite abit of magic lore in my time on the server, started learning while I was still relatively new to the server, I wont say im the most knowledgable, but I know a thing or two about a thing or two. And as someone who operates largely outside most magical cliques or spheres of rp, I think I have different perspective to offer. What Magic Lore do you hold the most experience with?: Mostly voidal magics such as evocations, sensory illusion, mental magic, as thats the kind I use, playing an undead also provides me with knowledge on how certain magical creatures work and function namely Liches ghosts gravens ghouls and Darkstalkers, Along side a smattering of other bits and bobs of other various magics. Write about a magic-related topic that you find interesting (e.g. How mental barriers work): As of late ive been interested in Coupling, though I dont know about it well enough to do it rply, I find the whole concept really interesting, being able to pool your mana pools and allow one to utilize it to preform greater forms of magic, the chance for a catastrophic failure that could end up with all the gathered mages dead, the sheer scale of the things you could accomplish and working in unison with many mages at once, its badass. Give a Summary of any Staff/Lead positions you’ve held on any Minecraft Server in the past: N/A Do you have a Skype account? (You may post it here, or choose to keep it private until you are asked for it. Note; Skype is required to communicate with the team and unless you have an account and the program it you will be incapable of joining the team): thatonehurf Have you ever receive a Magical Blacklist, if so, please link it: N/A
  2. MC name: Ziko Character's name and age: Kardel Irongut, 536 Character’s Race: Cave Dwarf of Kal'Urguan What magic/s did you learn?: LIGHT Illusion. On the magic list, however, it is listed as SENSORY illusion. As per my training, Sensory illusion only manipulates the basic five senses and therefore excludes phantasms. I was taught that Sensory illusion was a denomination of Light illusion, and consisted of only glamours and figments. Who/how did you learn magic/s?: I self-taught myself back at the beginning of 2014 when the magic system became more lenient. Truthseeker oversaw me for a while due to our prior relationship with Fire Evocation, but he quit LotC shortly after, when I was around Tier 3. I continued practicing on my own, taking advice from a combination of people and guides, mostly from Truth and Supremacy's Illusion guide. Offer an explanation of said magic/s you learned: Illusion: one of the most challenging yet simultaneously one of the most lenient (at least mana wise) magics. Like its more tactile arcane cousins, Conjuration and Evocation, Illusion utilizes the void to perform an array of tricks and deceptions on the mind, earning it a notorious reputation as the magic of deceit. Unlike its palpable kinsmen, however, Illusion uses the void in an entirely different way; the void, in regards to illusion, is a highway to the minds of others, not a primordial playing ground of flames and creatures. The Illusionist's work is that of using personal experience to create manipulations of sight, sound, smell, taste, touch, and even feeling, and project these specters into the minds of others. The more masterful an illusionist, the more convincing and detailed his illusions are. Master illusionists are capable of changing their appearance, their voice, and even their gait, with careful study and mindful use of their talents. As it is more abstract that its tangible voidal relatives, Illusion is more difficult to understand and to master, but this difficulty comes at many advantages; the illusionist spares his mana as he does not need to expend copious amounts of it to realize voidal figments, and the illusionist can conjure convincing images that can seem all but real. Invokers are taught that the void is a plane of utter darkness, and Conjurers that it is an open canvas for creation, but Illusionists learn of the void as a collective unconsciousness. In the Illusionist's mind, the void is the common thread between the minds of all men and animals, the world's unconsciousness linked to this parallel plane by a tether of mana. Magi are those individuals that can control this yoking and use the void as a space for innovation, but all living beings are inevitably tied to the darkness of the far beyond. The illusionists spiel it that of using his heightened awareness of the void to follow these tethers of energy into the minds of his subjects. Before this explanation is allowed to run its course any further, one must always keep in mind that no matter how real an illusion, it can never truly hurt someone. A figment knife can look real, and its stab feel real, if the illusionist has meticulously studied a knife and the feel of a stab, but it can never cut as a real knife can. Definitely, such gore can be glamoured, but it can never truly be real. Once the illusionist stops projecting his illusion, that gore will be nothing more than a terrifying memory, fabricated by an artist of deception. Furthermore, due to the fact that ALL illusion is based off of personal experience, an Illusionist can never inflict "death causing" pain, as he would have to have died himself to feel such pain. Illusion is limited by the experience of its caster. Furthermore, Illusion must be at least somewhat logical. A truly adept illusionist, one who has practiced this craft of shadows continuously for decades, even centuries, can project even the most realistic deceptions, but if these deceptions are not at least somehow plausible, they will be rejected by the subjects mind as impossible. For example, if an illusionist attempts to evoke the sudden appearance of a monstrous nether demon without a logical pretense, the victim will cease to believe that such a creature could truly exist. In addition, if the victim is to touch such a figment, and that figment does not properly stimulate expected receptors (as chances are that an illusionist has never felt the skin of, well, a demon) the illusion will be immediately broken, and further illusion becomes much harder once the victim is aware of magical deception. Continuing on with the discussion of Illusion itself, Illusionists are very unlike other arcanists. While the fire evoker might spend a few days connecting to the void, the illusionist must spend weeks, even months, perfectly attuning his mind to the void and to the minds of others. Usually, for the first couple of weeks of training, all the novitiate does is imagine the blackness of the void, and create simple flashes of differently colored lights in his mind. This stage of training is imperative to the further development of illusion, as without a strong link to the void, a tyro could never even begin to anticipate connecting to foreign minds. After the connection stage, the novice will usually move on to practicing these flashes of light on weak willed animals. A favorite of mine were especially plump swines, which, being too busy contributing to their corpulence by gobbling down copious amounts of rotten Vaerhaveni carrots, were too preoccupied and dull to even begin to resist mental encroachment. Often, the novice will simply conjure flashes of light in the minds of animals, feeling greatly fatigued after doing so. A novitiate might also attempt to trespass upon the mind of a sentient being, but this often results in loss of consciousness due to the initial difficulty of yoking to a sentient brain. The flashes of light produced by the aspirant above are examples of illusionary figments. Figments are one of the main types of Light, or sensory, Illusion, the other two being Glamours and Phantasms. Figments are objects entirely created by the illusionist, existing in reality in no shape or form. In the hierarchy of tricks, they are the second most difficult after the rudimentary Glamour, which alters only certain sensory properties of an already existing object, like color or perceived texture. Often, a tyro will begin by performing a set of glamours and figments to hone their skill, becoming more adept in the formation of these illusions with practice. While glamours and figments are bound to sensory changes only, the elusive phantasm can manipulate the very fabric of sentience itself: feeling and emotion. Phantasms are by far the most difficult forms of illusion, as they take significant skill compared to their lesser brothers. A phantasm inflicted upon someone will not work if that person does not often naturally feel the false emotion. For example, to evoke the feeling of insatiable greed in a dwarf, if the mage has experienced such, is quite easy due to the nature of this race. On the flipside, bringing up a sentiment of generosity will be almost wholly rejected by a dwarven mind, as it is such a foreign feeling that the mind cannot accept it. The brain itself is also very good at resisting figments if they are alien, and therefore most figments must be pushed, necessitating the use of large amounts of mana that can tire the mage. The upside to phantasms is that, unlike Glamours and Figments, they are seldom logically deniable, as no-one is "immune" to emotion. As the illusionist becomes more skilled at his craft, he will often delve into more complex illusions, purposely studying objects, feelings, and sensations to be more adept at calling upon these deceptions. By the time an Illusionist is proficient in all three areas of mental deception, they may want to practice casting their illusions upon multiple minds. Such a skill is extremely hard to master, especially when it comes to a grueling phantasm, as it takes painstaking practice to cast a double phantasm, let alone a triple or quadruple one. As the illusionist's skill increases, his capabilities and the believability of his work follow a similar pattern, becoming almost indiscernible from logical reality. While a completely illogical illusion can still be broken even at the most masterful of dispositions, surrealism becomes so surreal that one may have genuine difficulty in discerning whether the figure before him is real or another figment. There are, of course, some skills that even the most masterful of illusionists cannot master. Invisibility is impossible, as is deathly pain and vivid illusions of near death experiences. Vanishing, however, can be accomplished via the utilization of blinding light and blurriness of figure. Illusionists cannot implant thoughts into a person's head: that is the dominion of the Mental Mage, another illusionary art to be discussed at another time. Furthermore, no matter how hard an illusionist tries, no illusionist can cause physical harm to someone. Post traumatic stress can be a consequence of skilled illusion, but never physical harm. While I could ramble on forever about the complexities of this magic, I will stop here, and hope that the above has proven my experience with this magic subtype. Illusion has always been one of my favorite magics to employ, more often used to conjure up images of butterflies emanating from a smoking pipe than figments of distracting sounds and surreal experiences. Just like any other magic, it is too broad to explain through text, made even more difficult by its hard-to-grasp abstractness. Provide evidence you’ve garnered to said subtype: As per the magic system of yore, overseeing was simply sending screenies to the person. I used to upload my screenies directly to Skype and send them to truth, but I can't go back that far, as this was in 2014, and therefore cannot provide material corroboration of my skills. I hope the detailed description above will suffice. I do have a few people who can vouch for me: James, Tirenas/man, and Cyndikate can testify to my illusion prowess. Jistuma saw me RP illusion once or twice, but other than that, only those first three can really provide reliable testimony. Do you have a magic you are dropping, due to this app? If so, link it: I will not be dropping any magics today.
  3. 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
  4. HurferDurfer1

    [Denied] HurferDurfer [ET] App

    Minecraft Name: HurferDurferDiscord: I dont use itTime-zone: Whatever Oklahoma isDo you, or have you held, any other staff positions: No but I applied MT and got interviewed but no one ever told me where that is in the process, so much for transparency.Where do you grab inspiration from: I read a whole lot, play games you know, Elder Scrolls, RTS's, stuff most people play.What are your current list of characters, and are you willing to sacrifice any: I play Coltaine all the time, have my dwarf Hurf Ironabs, an elf named Iparth, and ya given the right scenario id be willing to sacrifice them.What race, or group, do your events best cater to: I think I could do something most any group would enjoy really, I interact with most groups in one way or another , usually providing undead rp. id likely try to cater to human nations, maybe dwarves. Monsters like basilisk or gryphons, things like evil wizards. What do you believe are the key factors for a successful event: Giving people a sense of accomplishment at the end of an event. Scaling is also an issue, I wouldnt want people getting frustrated because so much is going on, many emotes getting put out at once, either doing small groups, larger groups with more et to help, or do managable waves of PvE mobs.What strengths would you bring to the team: Ive played creatures before, ive been involved in many events fighting creatures, ive been in the magic community for several years and like to think id be able to rp such things out in an event.Why do you want to be part of the team: I want to step up to the plate, try to make people enjoy some quality rp, want to help move other events along and help out if others need more than one actor. I want to try and help with the bounty board, I want people to have a sense that the world is full of all sorts of creatures going bump in the woods.Create three distinct event scenarios based on the servers lore that you would organize: Event 1: Scene, a bustling coastal village, a band of intrepid adventurers wander down a sandy beach strand when some strange craft appears further down, the group makes their way to the vessel to see several goblins scurrying about, seemingly in the process of fixing the contraption, upon seeing your group, they all squeal in relief, rushing over and talking in a hurried manner. "You need to help us! We need to go back and get the Cap'n!" they'd all talk over themselves, tugging on you and your companions trying to take you to the strange enclosed construct. Curious you'd go along, following the goblins into a hatch, you ask how does this contraption work and they would tell you its a submersible, able to drift in the depths of the ocean. As the party settles in and the submarine of sorts sets off, the goblins tell you their strange tale. "We was floatin along like normal, scourin the briney bottom for sunken wrecks, seeing if we could find some chest of mina or summat, when the cap found an underwater cave! He ordered us so of course we went, and to our surprise we were able to find a pocket of air in there! dry caverns under the sea if you can believe! The Cap, being the curious sort he is disembarked, wantin to wander the cavern , we stayed at this here boat of sorts, but something wasnt right. We heard the Cap screamin a long way off and well uh, we arnt the bravest sort so we lit outta there fast, but you are gonna help us get him back right!" The group, being enterprising heroes of course agree to help, the submarine eventually making it to the aforementioned cave. Disembarking they see signs of a struggle, scuffs on the cave floor, blood splatters leading further in. The group wanders in search of the wayward captain when the come across a pair of men battering each other, identical in every way you would like be confused. As one spots your group he screams and points at the other "Help me! He's a skin changin freak!" the other man , growls out, flinging Captain 1 off, "Dont listen to that one, he's trying to escape this cave!". You're group is tasked with choosing who to believe and who to kill, choosing the right one, you and the party wound the the creature, it flees into the caves and you split off to find it. Using the lack of cohesion the skin changer changes into one of your group members, and tries to lie and manipulate the members of the party, again you are tasked with who to believe and who not to, the risk being in you dont want to hurt your party members, but want to stop the creature from getting to the submersible and escaping to the world above. Event 2: You are approached by a hooded thief sort of man, asking if you have heard the recent rumors of a ruin being found nearby, he'd then ask if you and a party of others would like to investigate these ruins, maybe steal some baubles before anyone else can get to them. You acquire a group, the prospecting thief then leads you to the ruins. The party enters the ruins, the place would seem benign at first, they proceed steadily into the ruins, encountering minor traps, small pit falls, tripwires, parkouring, requiring the group to keep aware of their surroundings and problem solve to avoid unwanted risks. As the group makes it to the rumored treasure trove, the sly thief having tailed at the back of the party during this venture would then offer to take the lead, taking point as they enter the treasure room, which contains only a few items of note, he'd deftly ****** the few items and bolt for a doorway in the rear of the room, laughing at the party left behind , setting in motion a series of traps resulting in the crumbling of the ruins, flooding rooms, collapsing ceilings, the party being spurred to flee as fast as they can or be buried alive, upon reaching the exit and getting free of the ruins, they'd encounter the thief outside, snared by a trap he himself set off in his haste, leaving the the group with the moral dilemma of killing him in retribution, or taking the items he took and leaving him to his devices. Event 3: A wizards tower appears on the outskirts to your local town, a board posted out front invites any and all to come inside at there own risk. Assembling a party you would enter the tower, amazed by the scale you are greeted with a maze, wandering around you would her growls and gurgles throughout the maze, you are not alone it seems. With nary a warning you are beset by the Mad Wizards minions being made up of PvE waves of mobs. Fight your way through or fall by the wayside, passing through twisted rooms, furniture on the ceiling, solve puzzles, a room with several doors, all but one leading to ruin likely involving redstone. During this the Wizard waits at the apex of the tower, throwing echoing taunts spurring you on, maniac laughter, they'd come across rooms where specific skills are needed to move on, perhaps a wall of roots blocks a path needing a druid to handle it, you may come across a sentry you'd need to fool with sensory illusion, or mayhaps you'll need an expert archer to shoot a button in an inaccessible place. The idea being it will take people from different walks of RP life to get through the towers challenges, have members of separate groups interact and work together that wouldn't usually RP together. As you approach the tower top to confront the Wizard, the Wizard would close off the entry behind the group , commencing a fight after light hearted banter, preforming various mageries the group may be hard pressed to win, though having worked together as a cohesive unit they could use the surrounding to their advantage, The Druid may have some nearby potted plants grow and entangle, the archer may bring down a chandelier from above, so on and so forth, upon defeating the wizard the body would burst in a colorful display, leaving the adventurers to take whatever objects were left behind, and making for what they think is the exit, upon taking it they would appear outside at the base of the tower. The tower itself disappearing behind them, going on to reappear elsewhere in the world to be replayed by other characters.How long do you plan to be able to work on the team: A while, thats a loaded question, I dont know what life will throw at me in the future.Tell me a joke: Im an adult that plays minecraft.
  5. joey calabreeni

    [Denied]Joey Calabreeni's Application

    Joey Calabreeni's Application Minecraft name/s: kincaid_ Age: 17 Timezone: CT Skype/Discord: joey calabreeni and calabreeni#9104 respectively. What is your availability: Usually around throughout the week less I have work. Tell us an issue you currently experience on the server: Staff and Player communication, Roleplay focus, and dynamic roleplay. I want this place to be fun and a hobby, not a business that people can stroke their egos with. Right now it feels like bans are handed out like candy, warns are prevelent, and people aren't respecting one another. We're all friends here, and I want to ensure a community that works together to build a better server. Forget the status quo. How do you feel individual GMs should present themselves?: A GM shouldn't be afraid of directly communicating with players one on one. Most of the times when interacting with a GM, they present themselves like robots. At the end of the day we're on this server for fun, and the GMs should sympathize with players and be able to directly coordinate stuff with them. Player interaction is key within being a good staff member. How do you feel the GM team collectively should present itself?: Game Team members are meant for moderation and order. They aren't meant to baby the community, but to guide it and act as a judge in most cases. The Game Team shouldn't seclude itself from the community, nor treat themselves on any pedestal higher than a regular player. This isn't a job, it's literally volunteering for a minecraft roleplay server. We're all players at the end of the day, and the disconnect felt between player and staff runs deep. Excluding hacking, harassment, and blatant malice; the GM team should leave it to the players to make ban reports rather than acting on our own judgement. This is the communities server, not the collective staffs. Please list three players who will vouch for you: Shannon: Shannon and me go back, but shes always proved to be a good gauge of how parts of the community are doing. An avid roleplayer, I think she'd vouch for me considering our many roleplay interactions and working together in the Westerlands. Skylez: Skylez is by far one of the best event team members I've seen so far. His ability to change his style for different audiences and attitude during events is bar none, the best I've seen in a while. Active, ingenious, and a good friend: I would like nothing more than for Skylez to vouch for me. Pureimp10: Boby and me have only recently become acquainted, but I scratched his back and he's scratched mine. Boby is a good source of server knowledge, writing, and a head player in a community strong as concrete. He's a good leader whom I would have vouch for me any day. Harrison: Harrison and me have become really close, I'd say. We share a Waifu after all. All jokes aside, I really looked up to Harrison as a staff member for both his efficiency, dedication, work on the Warzones, and general attitude as a staff member. I never felt like Harrison was being artificial when talking to. I hope to emulate his staff tenure, and believe it to be strongly short lived. What is your relationship with the members of the current GM Team?: Despite what might be seen, I actually interact well with the GM team in private. I've no qualms with any of them personally; despite what my posting might suggest. Rebecca and myself get along well, I talk to Cablam often, and I even like JVQ. I see myself interacting well with the current GM team and bridging the gap between player and staff. What are your finest and worst traits?: Calabreeni Pros Community first: I'm an avid believer that the community is the lifeblood of the server, you'd think this would be common knowledge. Community input should be the peak of the mountain when concerning really anything. This isn't a staff junta meant to place our singular views on the server. We represent the community and the ideas they would like to see implemented. Determination: When I want something done, I try and give it my all to get it done. Over the past two months I've put more time into the server than I ever thought I would, be it building the Westerlands or now my peasant village. When I get a project I really am enthusiastic about, I put every ounce of my body into it. Calabreeni Cons Demoralized: As seen in the past, if things go even slightly badly I get stuck on it and often times demotivated. I don't like to see projects fail, no matter how big or small they are and more often than not get stuck on it. Radicalized: I'm a bit radicalized in some respects and often have a crass and blunt way of expressing it through sheer populist movement on the forums. Many of the staff don't take kindly to it, and whilst I look at it as a pro; many more see it as a con. Being loud isn't the best way to go all the time. Tell us about your time on Lord of the Craft: Following weeks of watching the Yogscast Shadow of Israphel series, I knew that I wanted to be a mineman. Having found Lord of the Craft through a means long gone to me, I joined the server in Aegis as a ripe eleven year old lying as a sixteen year old. Having wandered around, joining the Teutonic Order, being edgy for a long while, before ultimately making my leave in Asulon: I later returned in the Fringe to land a spot in a small community of old Teutons playing vikings. I still wasn't really feeling the server and left all the way until Vailor; and thats really when my time on the server really began. For starters, I met Faiz whom I consider a very close friend. Having served in the Mubarizun; the OG Qali guard, I finally got a taste of the community. From there, I met Zhulik and Shady. Shady and Zhulik really left a lasting impression on me, be it through their leadership or creativity in creating groups. They allowed me a chance at leadership in Hallowvale Contracting, the mercenary company as an advisory role where I began to meet a lot of close friends, such as Eagles, Shannon, Unbaed, NJ, Kav, Jake, and bisnitch. I began to get more involved in the server through various RP groups, most militaristic and RP orientated in fashion: Be it the White Riders, Larian Regiment, Sappers, Company of the Westerlands, or Kingdom of the Westerlands. During that time, being banned for a brief stint for Xraying and living through the Free Kincaid movement, I really began to speak up and get invovled in community discussion. Long story short, those very same close friends gave me the opportunity to lead a Kingdom, which at the beginning was big league successful and considered the most active nation on the server at one point or another. Be it Caius Sigismund, Joseppi Calabreeni, Adil, Willem de Denesle, or even Rufus Strablaski: I've made it my goal to have fun on the server and offer input to make it a better place. Thank you. What parts of the server are you most interested in?: The community and longevity of the server. I joined Lord of the Craft when I was a straight up edgy eleven year old. The fact its been around for so long, and the people I've met here has really been what keeps me here most. Be it the inside jokes, ****-posting, or even conflicts: Lord of the Craft truly has a small culture built around it and I'm glad that I got involved when I did. Other than yourself, who of the current applicants would you like to see on the GM Team?: Nazdus: Despite his app being "denied" in this lame application wipe, Nazdus and me met a while back and I've really been amazed at how he came to the server. He roleplays, knows his stuff with PVP, and is generally a good guy to talk to. In an age where mechanics based GMs are strived after, I couldn't see anyone more qualified than Nazdus be accepted. Smawton: This guys an ideas man, his recent thread was filled with no-brainer ideas that should be implemented today. The fact he wasn't accepted is really shocking, considering what he wants to do for the server as a whole and the orc community. ryno2: Same situation as Nazdus, he knows his stuff. I don't see why not giving someone a chance is possible, theres a trial period after all. Ryno produces well thought out information concerning Mineman warfare, respectable. Vegetarianism: We're both named Joe. In all seriousness, I'm fairly certain that giving Vegetal the ability to be on the GM team would prove as a learning experience for all of us, and even fruitful. He's proven to be a community builder and from what I know, works very well with new players. Link me a good song: See the title song, Neil Cicierga is A+.
  6. Ford

    [CA][Golem] Adrius

    MC Name: Ebonsquire Character's Name: Adrius (Rocky-Bo1 II) Character's Age: 2 Character's Original Race (N/A if not applicable): N/A Transformed form: Golem Creator's MC Name: Lhindir_ Creator's RP Name: Lhindir Briefly explain the lore behind this construct or creature: Adrius is a thanhic golem, or a golem with a thanhic core (as opposed to one of pure magegold or one with a soulbound core). The cube magegold core has a thanhic gemstone within it which siphons heat from its outer surroundings in order to provide energy for the core, and is protected behind the multiple inches of stone which compose its torso. As a result, the golem's surface is rather cold. Additionally, a golem's prime weaknesses are warhammers and pickaxes, as these are tools suited for breaking away the sturdy stone exterior of their torso. Their secondary and passive weakness is constant sluggishness in movement. While they might exhibit spectacular strength, their movements are slower than that of most other Descendants' by a significant margin. 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?: Ye boi Have you applied for this creature on this character before, and had it denied? If so, link the app: Nah
  7. Zhulik

    [✗] Tin Foil Armor

    LORE PROPOSITION - TINFOIL ARMOR A Harian Tinfoil Warrior, Circa 1600 In a world where magic runs rampant alongside the growth of an ever present aura of paranoia, it is of the utmost importance to defend oneself against mind probing huns. Innocent men and women are becoming deceived by such vile magicians, leading them to believe that they are the opposite gender if not already resulting from their pineapple illatian pastries. Tales of such illusory and probing have spread far and wide, and thus the demand for magic resistant armor is high. As a result, smiths across the land, most notably Haskill of the Freeman’s forge, have taken to pressing melted tin to a papyrus thin state so that it may be molded with ease. With this invention, denizens across the lands may sleep in peace- and in tin, to ensure that their internal viscera is not morphed to that of a bestial creature. Tin foil equipment will allow the user to deflect magical influence and attacks without flaw depending on its crumpled state. Akin to sound proofing, the more crevices and bumps a piece of tin armor holds the more resistant to magic it is. For example, a smooth sheet of tin would be useless to magic whereas its crumpled counterpart would be impervious. Despite its extreme defense to magic, it's delicate and thin state makes it quite useless against any other form of attack. To provide balance to magic users, quite literally anything (bar magic) can destroy this armor. Arrows can pierce it, fingers can poke it, and more importantly, one could rip it by simply walking. Despite its detriments, however, tinfoil armor remains the go-to headwear for those fearing illusionists. Waldenian Soundproofing, circa 1364 To craft Tinfoil Armor, one must gather tin through roleplay means, melt it, and then press it into its thin state. Once this is accomplished, one must then carefully craft it through roleplay means. Should you roll anything less than a twenty in its careful construction, the armor will be torn. Once in combat, should the armor be damaged or torn, the exposed area would then become vulnerable to magical attacks once more. Mechanically speaking, it may be possible to statgen base chainmail to have hugely negative defensive debuffs (practically none) with its durability also being modified to be destroyed within two hits. Furthermore, due to its light nature, if a mechanical armor set were to be created it would hold no speed debuffs. The way one would determine whether someone was wearing tinfoil armor or not is purely dependent on their skin, which should look something along the lines of: Should this lore be accepted, I believe it will add an additional level of role-play not yet seen on any medieval fantasy server. This document is purely science based, and now that the current year is 1600, a time in which pirates roam, the need for tinfoil equipment is necessary. However, should this lore not be accepted, I truly believe people will still craft such equipment through roleplay means even if it woiuld not provide the additional magical protection as they would hold the belief that it truly does. I have kept this short and sweet, like an innocent child, for I believe I've nailed my points across rather effectively. For those who are too lazy to read, I shall summarize in a tl;dr. Tin Foil Armor should be magic resistant depending on its crumpled state (coating your armor in tin will not do anything unless it is pure tin!). Tinfoil headgear should prevent illusion magic and mind probing from affecting the wearer. To craft a single piece of armor, or the tinfoil itself, smiths must roll a perfect 20/20 in role-play to provide validity to the tin foil's stability. Tin Foil armor has no durability nor defensive buffs to ranged or melee.
  8. Kay (ItLit)

    Status Updates?

    I just recently joined these forums in an attempt to join the server and after submitting my application, I was going to try to interact more with the community and maybe meet some new people, but I can't seem to post or reply to status updates. Is there like a grace period of a certain amount of time before I can do this?
  9. Minecraft Username: Harrrison Age: 16 Time Zone: GMT +0/1 Skype: HBsauce1999 Have you been previously banned or warned, and if so how many times and for what?: I was banned once for reaching ten warning points in about one bout. Otherwise, I've had a completely clean record. How much time a week can you dedicate to Forum Moderation?: I'm always on the forums, so as I'm RPing, as I'm just afking around, whatever. I can dedicate however much time is needed. What experience do you have using forums, or as a staff member on this server?: As having a small time as an FM before, I know how the system works, how the different Pex things work and all. Also, being on the AT again has made me quick with moving, naming, and editing topics once more. Why should you be a Forum Moderator?: I don't believe in being a biased person when it comes to something like Moderation. I don't care if you're my friend, someone who I don't get on with, someone I don't know - you do something out of line, you get punished for it. I also believe in actual moderating, rather than instantly just warning someone for something, or removing a post out of the blue. I'd go through the hassle of contacting people about things, talking things out, clearing things up, looking into topics blah blah blah. I also am very good at recognising sarcasm and irony. Anything else you'd like to mention?: (If this isn't your first time applying, feel free to link previous applications here.) Whilst yes, I've been banned from being blatantly toxic on the forums and trying to get myself banned once, I'd just like to remind those skeptical of my maturity that out of my nearing year and a half time here, I've never received any form of punishment outside of ones I've tried to get. I've realised that acting like a child helps no one, and got all the kicks I could get out of being toxic so that phase has passed by.
  10. youlovesocks

    [Denied]youlovesocks' GM app

    eat **** cracker https://gyazo.com/d3ad2b79f8e0f864c0b4175d2dc60d72
  11. Drak3

    [Denied]Seniles Trial App

    Minecraft name/s: Cneyele, _Drak3_ Age: 28 Time zone and availability: EST, I mainly work earlier in the day, so that gives me a broader time to step in around the evening. Skype: Ask through a PM if needed please, though some of you have it already. What is something you have always wanted to change on the server?: I have nothing in mind that directly comes to thought that would have dire needs of changing. The set rules and guidelines are all balanced and allow for players and staff alike to enjoy LotC at their own level of role play. What are your finest qualities?: I’m very active on the server if this can be looked at as a plus, I like to think I’ve also become much more patient and understanding then I had first joined the server. I have a firm grasp on the rules and how to follow them too. I’d like to think I’m a good listener and can cope with problems players might have between themselves, or how rules are upheld on the server. What are your worst qualities, and how could you improve these aspects?: I know that I have been brash and bull headed at times with having arguments with players in the past over petty things. I’d have to say that this is the main problem I’ve had in all the time I’ve role played on LotC. Though since joining the ET, I’ve put a great amount of tempering to alter how I deal with things on a general aspect. What members of the Staff could you look to for guidance?: I’d consult with the following if having any issues or questions, though I’d also seek others out who have experience as well. Zerechial, Geoboy66, Freema5, Discoliquid and Wrynn would be those I’ve had the most contact with in regarding the GM branch. So they’d be my first choices if able to get ahold of them. Who do you not get along with on the current team?: I have no ill feelings for any of the current staff members, believe it or not. In truth, I hardly know a great deal of them. How much free time do you have? Will this change in the foreseeable future?: I am currently working partly through the days of the week. So it gives me an ample amount of time to work with when it comes to dumping hours into the server. I could say at least an hour and a half a day could be put to the duties of the Global Moderator’s responsibilities. It’s not clear if this will change, but if it does. I’d let those in charge know if any alterations came to pass.
  12. NotTodayJerry

    [Denied]Jerry's Trial GM App

    #Minecraft name/s: NotTodayJerry #Age: 18 #Time zone and availability: EST Currently 11 a.m - 3 a.m , will be changing within the next few weeks to likely 4:30 p.m - 10 p.m #Skype: kfordolten #What is something you have always wanted to change on the server?: A major thing I would be focused on is Modreq and the time it takes for a GM to handle them, as a player who has made his fair share of them sometimes it can be a few minutes or over 30 minutes, the other day I made a modreq to get some boats moved around and Portal linked, it took 2 hours for a GM to handle the modreq and honestly I felt kind of bad for making the modreq because I knew how big of a hassle it would be.. The main boat being moved was one of the larger ones in the game and I could feel the mod becoming frustrated with the process and trying to make it fit. I feel If I was in this situation I would of remained calm and collected and taken my time to make sure the boat was perfectly lined up. Currently I sit afk in game and browse the web on my second monitor and wait for an RP discussion to ensue or a PM and I quickly jump the the server and handle whatever I’m being tasked with. #What are your finest qualities?: Great work ethic, i’ve had several jobs in real life throughout high school and i’ve been complimented on this attribute numerous times. I also come with a level head and I am unbiased to any situation that presents itself. I also am one of the most organized individuals you will ever meet, RP wise you can ask the Gold Corps leaders, they know I had to have everything organized and in my opinion I believe things get done much more efficient that way. #What are your worst qualities, and how could you improve these aspects?: Being bothered to not fulfill the task at hand. I find it frustrating when i’m working on something and am interrupted for something petty. I could improve this negative quality by just being more relaxed and try to better my multitasking skills #What members of the Staff could you look to for guidance?: One of the most influential people i’ve met in game and this doesn’t even have to do with him being a staff member is Cracker. Time and time again i’ve come to him with questions and he never lets me down and always gives me an answer no matter how busy he might be. Another find GM i’ve come to know through Modreq’s is Wyrnn. Wyrnn is the type of GM i’d like to be, no matter the Modreq or issue i’m having he ALWAYS is in a good mood and handles them properly and very quickly. When Wyrnn is online and I make a modreq he handles them quicker than other GM’s (In my opinion) And RP wise Farmer Billy Bob (Telanir) is by far my favorite character in game, in my opinion he is one of the best when it comes to RP and delegates his time to enjoy himself in character and handle issues as a Staff member. #Who do you not get along with on the current team?: I don’t have an issue with any of them, really all of them have a decent attitude towards me and the feelings are mutual, there is definitely no salt with any staff member. #How much free time do you have? Will this change in the foreseeable future?: I have too much free time currently, In a few weeks I will start working and it will be cut back a good bit, will be available 4:30 p.m - 10 p.m and on weekends anytime.
  13. Harrison

    [Accepted] HB's FM app

    Minecraft Username: Suifutosutoraiku Age: 15 Time Zone: GMT (UK time) Skype: You got it. (HBsauce1999) Have you been previously banned or warned, and if so how many times and for what?: I was banned for 40 minutes in total about two weeks after joining the server for saying a rather rude joke a few times. And once in a mass ban after we performed an 'illegal raid' for 30 minutes. Otherwise, no, I've had no actual serious bans, and no warning points so far. How much time a week can you dedicate to Forum Moderation?: I'm nearly always on the forums. Whether in the background when RPing or whatever. Easily 4-6 hours on a weekday and probably double that on a weekend. Why should you be a Forum Moderator?: I know the difference between a tasteful joke and something that's out of order, as well as reading pretty much every thread that's on the forums these days. I also work hard when I need to and put my mind to it, as well as not minding doing rather menial tasks that need to be done. Anything else you'd like to mention?: please man-chan o333o
  14. 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
  15. Semperosa

    The Chevaliers

    Information on the Chevaliers is publically available, as their members recruit actively. In addition, booklets are passed through the citizenry. The Chevaliers are adamant that they are not a knighthood, instead claiming to be an order dedicated to honor. The group has no holdings yet, and does not seek any until they have sufficient men to justify one. The current Marshall of the Chevaliers is Jeremiah de Valletta (Megazero34. That means dont bloody message Semperosa), who may be contacted for any questions relating to the order. Contacting the Order The Chevalier Principles Code of Honor Structure (Ranks) Allegiance and Fealty specifics Honorary Titles & Merit Awards Culture Information (Auvergnian) Noble Chapters The signature of the Patriarch of House Valletta, Adam de Valletta (Semperosa), is affixed to all booklets passed through the realm. In addition, the Marshal of the Chevaliers, Jeremiah (Megazero34), has signed below. Includes with the pamphlets are applications that can be turned in to any member, indicating a desire to join the group. Application for entry into the Chevaliers If you wish to apply to join our brotherhood, please state your name and information relevant to yourself. Your oath will be taken when you meet with an officer of the group, after you have been vetted for entry. Send a letter to the Marshall (Megazero34), or meet with an officer. Any soldat who is asked to take you to his superior will do so without question.
  16. [b]Report:[/b] [Link to your Ban Report] I have been banned for apparently still having a power II bow in some of my chests. No links to ban report available unfortunately. [b]Minecraft Name:[/b] Aandie [b]Rule Broken/Disputed:[/b] [Multikill, Griefing, Xray, Etc. Be specific.] Possession of enchanted weapons/tools or such although generally instructed to get rid off them. [b]Character Witnesses:[/b] [Name(s)] Witnesses? A GM who banned me, no clue who it was as I did not see it necessary to continue to a personal investigation of my own rule breaking activity. [b]Event Details:[/b] [Reason for actions. Plea for lenience. First ban. Apology. Etc.] Good day to you, the reader. I have been banned for a week now for possessing an enchanted power II bow in one of my numerous chests around the beautiful world of Anthos. I would like to tell my apologies to those who got hurt in the progress of all this, emotionally or physically. I did not mean to store it but as some might have noticed, I was not fully aware of it still existing within my grasp. I do admit to obtaining it from a skeleton or another similar creature in the very beginning of Anthos and asked from someone whether it would be fine to keep it and 'Yes' was the answer. Times changed, rules and opinions changed and so the enchanted weapons and tools were prohibited unless a good RP reason was given for a renamed weapon or a tool or such. At the time of opinions changing about these naturally dropping Power II bows and such, I lost awareness of still having the said bow, thinking that I had lost it. Although I had obtained the said bow, I never used it actively. [b]Screenshots/Vids:[/b] [Link] None available except for this;