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Topic: Trilogy restart recruitment.
Subject: Brundel

A returning player! Maybe you can teach this newbie (that is me lol) a thing or two huh? XD

Posted on 2019-01-19 at 12:26:15.

Topic: Trilogy restart recruitment.

I really enjoyed reading about the history of Trilogy!

Posted on 2019-01-18 at 06:25:40.

Topic: Lights Last Embrace - A Wheel of Time Q&A

I love Brom's art!

Maybe he can publish and illustrate his own book?

Posted on 2019-01-12 at 03:54:59.

Topic: The Dozing Dragon Inn - A Trilogy Companion Thread
Subject: In Good Company...?

A birthday celebration? Arandur shook his braided head slightly, hoping Cor wouldn't notice, though the dwarf was so preoccupied with his drink it was extremely doubtful. Arandur knew the dwarves well enough to know that they grasped any opportunity to consume their mead in copious amounts. In fact, half of the time they needed no excuse at all. The elf ranger wrinkled his small but sharply pointed nose as he examined the shameless dwarves which surrounded him, openly embarrassing themselves without a care in the world, but seeing as how all the patrons acted in this way and only Arandur found their behaviour unsightly, the only person they were showing themselves up to was their foreign guest. Again, a quiete but sharp sigh was expelled from the elf's sculptured lips and the desire to be free from this unbearable gathering returned. At least the slumbering dwarf became more quiet than he was a few moments before, even though his snores were reminiscent of an old dragon with a cold. Arandur had never been able to fathom how such small beings as dwarves were able to produce such a high amount of noise. Elves were, indeed, rather loud at times but nothing compared to the men-of-the-mountains, the boisterous dwarves. Arandur's kin were apt to go...well, mad at parties and enjoyable ceremonies but never did they get drunk or do the shocking things the dwarves did.

When his companion announced to the barkeep 'me and the lad are going to use the stockroom', Arandur felt his shoulders relax a little and yet another sigh-though this was of relief, not annoyance or irritation-was issued. 'Too many ears, he says,' the dwarf continued with a hearty chuckle. 'Must be some nefarious plans ta be hatched that cannot be spoken in such righteous company as my fine companions.' Cor then delivered a hearty but strong slap to the elf's well-toned back which caused Arandur to lurch forward rather violently and, even through the layers of cloth and leather of his well-worn travelling clothes, felt a burst of pain blossom hot between his shoulder blades. This caused the ranger to abandon all pretence of manners and openly look daggers at the culprit.

Arandur frowned at Cor's remark; fine companions indeed, he snorted mentally. He had seen cattle with more dignity and better manners than what was on display around him. He also frowned at the dwarves' merry mirth at Cor's words and the elf became suspicious of the possibility that they were mocking him. Indeed, this may not be the case as Arandur was a rather untrusting elf that for the most part seemed to find problems where none actually exist, but he also knew that dwarves were a race of beings unafraid to freely express what was on their mind-wether good or ill.

'I'd wager none of them will remember their own name in an hour or so, much less anything we discuss,' in a rare moment that was experienced by Arandur, the elf actually agreed with a dwarf. Indeed, Cor's fellows were so intoxicated in their mead, they were starting to babble nonsense, but Arandur still preferred to be in nothing but the company of Cor himself so when the dwarf ushered him towards the storeroom where he closed the door and propped himself against it, the elf felt somewhat better. 'My name is Cor, by the way,' the smaller man introduced with a wide grin. Arandur's thin brows rose slightly in approval-the first time the elf had felt such an emotion since being in the dwarf's presence. A good dwarven name.

Nimbly sidestepping a large barrel of ale, Arandur faced Cor and replied, 'Arandur at your service.' He paused before continuing to explain his predicament. 'Partly the reason why I did not wish to discuss my situation in front of a large group is because of my shame. That I, an elven ranger of nature would allow myself to be bested by a foe in the very environment I should be so adept in.' The elf sighed for the countless time that night, this time clearly audible even over the noise of the still-celebrating dwarves on the other side of the door which was still loud even though the wooden barrier quieted it down somewhat. 'About six days ago,' Arandur continued slowly, gathering his thoughts, 'a man I could not identify, due to him being garbed completely from head to toe in black attire with a thick hood and a mask obscuring his face, set upon me whilst I slumbered in a clearing one night. He succeeded in plundering what little riches I had to offer and stole into the darkness where, try as I might, was unable to locate him and the things most precious to me, especially a ring of great value, not only in it's weight in gold and valuable stones, but also symbolically. Your assistance, then, would be greatly appreciated and I would be in your debt. As I understand it, your kind have a natural knack for locating priceless items, rivalling that of even the dragons themselves. This is why I entered your establishment seeking one of your kin to help me.' Even though I do not much approve of dwarves, he thought.

But perhaps that will change over time. Perhaps Cor would be the exception to Arandur's personal rule of keeping away from Cor's kind. Will he find a loyal friend and stout companion in Cor? Maybe...

Posted on 2019-01-11 at 06:02:28.
Edited on 2019-01-11 at 07:31:19 by dragon-soul92

Topic: The Dozing Dragon Inn - A Trilogy Companion Thread

Look forward to your reply and hope you enjoy your time with your parents!

To be honest, the freeform roleplaying, such as what we're doing now, I find rather easy. What I'm concerned about is roleplaying when the advanced D&D rules are in place (such aa in the actual TW RPG). It all looks very complex and I'm worried about accidentally making Arandur do something he isn't allowed or cannot do due to his stats or the die roll or whatever. See what I mean?

Posted on 2019-01-10 at 06:10:02.

Topic: The Dozing Dragon Inn - A Trilogy Companion Thread

Hope it's good enough!

Posted on 2019-01-09 at 18:31:49.

Topic: The Dozing Dragon Inn - A Trilogy Companion Thread

Arandur wondered what had come over him to enter this place. He sought peace and quiet and isolation-three things that a bar would not provide as it was always brimming with roudy patrons. He sighed quietly. He knew the real reason. One that he did not wish to acknowledge but had no choice. In a rare moment of poor form, he had allowed a mere thief to best him and plunder what little riches he had to offer, including something most precious to him: the band of elven gold that usually sat on the middle finger of his left hand. A ruby red as blood was embedded in its center, a dragon coiling around it. The thief had proven to be more adept than Arandur had thought and, after examining a broken branch on a bush along a trail which appeared to be several days old, he softly cursed himself in the elven tongue. He should of learned by now to never underestimate his foes, for doing so was the height of folly and this time it had cost him dearly.
Thus, he had entered the Dozing Dragon to seek aid on his quest but so far he had been unsuccessful in locating anyone who looked adequate enough for the job. They all just appeared to be farmers or other locals coming in looking to escape their labours in their tankards. He was just about to abandon his search and deem it a fruitless endeavor, when a rough voice hailed him. Arandur snorted softly at the boisterous tone of his words. Another drunk, he expected. He possessed a heavy accent as though he, too, originated from these lands. Another dwarf? Did he know these lands well? Finally, Arandur looked up and took in the man's appearance: a stocky, rugged dwarf who looked as though he had endured his fair share of hardships and had emerged from them stronger and wiser. Indeed, he appeared vastly different in stature than the other, more clumsy, patrons who filled the tavern. Maybe...?

'Elf!' He called, rather rudely Arandur thought with disapproval. Whatever this man's gifts were, manners certainly were not amongst them. 'Ye you. I ken everyone in here this night except ye. I dina think I have ever seen ye before. What brings an elf to our fine dwarven inn? Surely it is not that ye prefer the company of drunken dwarves to ye own kind, so spit it out.'

Aranur tensed as the roudy atmosphere that had filled the inn vanished and he felt the weight of many a dwarf eye upon him. The elf loathed to be the object of scruitiny, especially of the judgemental dwarves and he longed to escape their curious gazes as soon as possible so he swallowed and replied in a mild tone, keeping his voice as polite as he could. Certainly more polite than the dwarf who had addressed him anyway.
'Master dwarf,' he started. 'I did indeed enter your establishment for a purpose that was more than merely getting lost in a tankard with your fellow kinsmen. However, I would prefer it if I could discuss the topic out of the rough prying eyes of all these unwelcome onlookers.' The final part of Arandur's reply was not as well-mannered as he intended, but his eavesdropping audience was making him irritable and in turn, this resulted in him saying whatever came to mind if it resulted in his escape from the undesirable throng gathered around his table. He cast a meaningful look at Cor, his thin brows raised pointedly.

Posted on 2019-01-09 at 18:13:02.
Edited on 2019-01-09 at 18:19:00 by dragon-soul92

Topic: Trilogy War Q/A
Subject: Cheers again!

What forum thread shall I put it? D&D or fantasy freeform?

Posted on 2019-01-08 at 14:13:12.

Topic: Trilogy War Q/A
Subject: Practice makes perfect!

Hey, Tann, Keeper of Dragons and I are wanting to do a little practice of Trilogy Wars before the game actually starts. Just me and Keeper of Dragons (or anybody else who wants to join). It's mostly for my benefit because I'm a noob lol! XD

I think it may be awkward to do in PM, so am I allowed to make a forum topic so it's easier, please? Or you could make it.

Cheers, mate!

Posted on 2019-01-08 at 13:18:47.
Edited on 2019-01-08 at 13:20:15 by dragon-soul92

Topic: Trilogy War Q/A
Subject: Sweet relief!

That's good to hear! It's just going to be funny (and a bit ironic) that one of the healers (namely my Arandur) may need healing so much himself! XD

I was wondering how some of you had literally lasted years with the same character. They must be on such a ridiculously high level now.

Posted on 2019-01-06 at 20:07:20.

Topic: Trilogy War Q/A

So wait, if my character's HP drops to 0, I'm out of the roleplay?

Posted on 2019-01-06 at 19:41:56.

Topic: Trilogy War Q/A
Subject: Duh-duh-duh... I'm dead.

I think I'm going to drown in the deep end of the pool as soon as I put one toe in it lol! XD

Posted on 2019-01-06 at 19:40:44.

Topic: Trilogy War Q/A
Subject: What? Already?

So let me get this straight:

I'm new to this and I'm getting thrown into the deep end by facing the strongest enemies yet? Wow, talk about learn fast or die lol.

Posted on 2019-01-06 at 16:09:31.

Topic: Trilogy War Q/A
Subject: Arandur is on the case!

Alright, then, count on Arandur to patch you up!

Posted on 2019-01-06 at 07:09:44.

Topic: Trilogy War Q/A
Subject: Anything else?

Do I need to do anything else before the roleplay starts?

Oh, and can Arandor (my character) use magic and if so, is he classified as a mage or still a Pathfinder/Ranger?

Posted on 2019-01-05 at 12:38:13.
Edited on 2019-01-05 at 12:40:09 by dragon-soul92

Topic: Lights Last Embrace - A Wheel of Time Q&A

Did I send a character description? I forgot. If not, would you want me to send you one? Actually, I think I did a description of Alyrëa in my first ever WoT RPG post.

Posted on 2019-01-05 at 04:57:51.

Topic: Lights Last Embrace - A Wheel of Time Q&A
Subject: Moi?

Me, Brom? Am I not matching my posts up properly? Sorry if I'm not.

Posted on 2019-01-04 at 13:20:17.

Topic: Lights Last Embrace - A Wheel of Time Q&A

Was wondering the same thing.

Posted on 2018-12-30 at 18:22:03.

Topic: Favorite Super Hero Movie

And he's classed as a superhero?

Posted on 2018-12-29 at 11:31:49.

Topic: Favorite Super Hero Movie

What's Buckaroo Banzai?

Posted on 2018-12-29 at 04:26:41.

Topic: Bogus Innmates

Lol, breebles!

I think you can sometimes tell if a person is a fake user of the site just by the username itself. Like the most recent one Tann posted on this topic. It's just a random collection of letters. I mean a username like that doesn't guarantee that the user is a fake but I think it's a possible contributing factor.

Posted on 2018-12-28 at 04:08:17.

Topic: Anybody got a PS Vita?
Subject: Anybody got a PS Vita?

This may seem random, but has anyone here got a PS Vita? I just recently got one and was looking for friends on it to chat with and stuff.

Posted on 2018-12-27 at 09:56:04.

Subject: That difficult, huh?

Looks like me and Arandur's going to have a hard time, then! XD

Posted on 2018-12-26 at 02:49:31.

Subject: Love This!

This is great! It should be the official DnD and RDI Christmas song!

Posted on 2018-12-25 at 02:09:21.

Topic: Bogus Innmates

Why can't they just use the site as intended instead of ruining it for others? These bogus Innmates are annoying. I mean, what's even the point?

Posted on 2018-12-25 at 02:04:50.

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