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Topic: Heheheh, THE STALKER GAME!
Subject: I would... your on my list... ;)

Meri (my muse... love writing with her...)

Lysk (She paints with words, you know... wish she'd put some more poetry up and perhaps jump in a game)

Vanadia (Again... love her writing)

Alacrity (Cuz I just can't wait to see what twists he pulls out of his games(

Ion (cuz everyone needs to be stalked... and *facelicked*)

Olan (cuz he's the fargin Cap'n, sair!)

All the rest of you Innmates, too (cuz your crazy and your cooky, mysterious and spooky... )


Posted on 2010-01-15 at 12:12:03.

Topic: The Game
Subject: Rassafrassit!

I lost... daughter does this to me...

...I hate it....

Posted on 2010-01-14 at 22:48:16.

Topic: The One Word Game
Subject: ~*~*~


(Meri... of course I was referring to your husband... I don't have one of those that I'm aware of. )

Posted on 2010-01-14 at 13:51:18.

Topic: Dear Ogre
Subject: Dear Steelight

Success of game depend on which one make it easier for squishy PC to get eaten by ogre... System which feed ogre many PCs get ogre vote!


Dear Ogre,

Our party made it's way through the dungeon, slew the dragon, and made of with the treasure horde... The thing is, when we divvied up the plunder, our meat-shield of a figher laid claim to a shortsword that I really wanted. My question is, is it okay to backstab the bugger now that we're out of the dungeon and the dragon's no longer an issue?

Dak Whisperfoot

Posted on 2010-01-14 at 13:47:45.

Topic: Silver Crescent Publishing
Subject: Congratulations!

That's fantastic, Steelight!

Mondo grats!

Posted on 2010-01-14 at 12:00:06.

Topic: The Trilogy War
Subject: ...

“Maybe the black is the absence of the elements,” the Samurai said with a shrug.

Uthlok looked up at Kenji, his brow furrowed as he contemplated the simple wisdom of the Samurai and looked from the foreign man to the mirrors again. "Very possible," he acknowledged, "but why the three others, then? If, as we have begun to think so far, we are to select four from our ranks to face a mirror each based on the aspects of those elements within us, who is..." the thief seemed to struggle for the right word, here, and when he finally found it, could not help but glance in Maggot's direction... "...empty enough... to face the black one?"

The peculiar fellow, Ulthok knew, likely wasn't empty, per se, but there was a darkness about the man that, if the current line of thought was followed through, seemed to best fit the ebon glass.

The halfling shrugged, again, started to turn his attentions back to the mirrors and caught sight of Halia sinking to the floor...

"...Four must stand it said, did it not. Oh... I can't remember," she sighed, sounding tired beyond the physical and even mental definitions, "It said four didn't it? How can three be elements but earth be missing? It just doesn't make any sense. I never liked these riddles..."

Ulthok's contemplative scowl melted into something of a sympathetic frown... for the moment, he left the deliberations to the others and padded softly over to where his now-gone brother's love slumped against the wall... "Halia," he said softly in a voice meant only for her ears, resting a hand on the lady's shoulder, "I don't think any of us care for these riddles... or any of the games that this accursed sword has played with our lives... or our loves..." He sighed softly, blowing the ill thoughts that had come to his mind at those last words, then, as best he could, smiled at the woman... "But we cannot stop, now... if we do... if any of us do... what did my brother die for... what have any of the sacrifices any of us made meant?

I promise you, m'lady," he said, taking his hand from the woman's shoulder and offering it to her, "if you can find your way back to your feet and continue to stand with us, when those foul things that are thrown at us to slash at... for you know as well as I that such things are coming whether we solve this riddle or not... I'll stand right beside you and make sure that we slash them as they've never been slashed, okay?"

Posted on 2010-01-14 at 01:07:59.

Topic: The Trilogy War
Subject: Oi! Hold on a minute!

As the rest of the party tossed their evaluations and ideas back and forth, Ulthok scrutinized the set of mirrors again, getting close enough to give each as thorough a going over as possible without actually putting himself directly in front of any of them... The more he had listened to the others talk about the elemental representations of the things, the more something gnawed at his gut and irritated his mind... Something told him that, as practical as the evaluations might have sounded, there was something missing from the theory.

The clatter of Cor's runes and the low voices of the others snatched his attentions from the examination of the four panes of framed glass just as the realization came to him... "You know," the little halfling said, flicking a glance over his shoulder to where the mirrors waited and then looking back at the assembled group, "the more I look at these things, the more I think we may be wrong in our estimations of what they are.

True enough, three of them seem to definitely hint at being somewhat elemental in nature but the black one, there... I don't think that it represents an element, at all... at least not earth or air or fire or water... these others evoke some of those elements, yes, but when you place that black one in the formula..." he shrugged "... I don't know... it just doesn't fit... I think we're misleading ourselves..."

Posted on 2010-01-13 at 20:13:38.

Topic: The Fates of Fortune
Subject: Wondering... Waiting....

I know… Cay’s reply, as well as the tears that had accompanied those simple words, resonated in Nyx’s mind again as the soft soles of his boots came into contact with the warped and splintering boards of the landing outside her door. He glanced back, filling his eyes with the heavy, weathered canvas that comprised the door of her apartment, stifled another sigh that threatened to escape his pursed lips, and turned his gaze skyward, perhaps hoping to find answers, there, for the questions to which her response and the accompanying tears had given rise…

Was I wrong to show you my heart, Cayrimsa, he wondered, wishing that there were still stars visible in the firmament to counter the shimmering of those that had fallen from her eyes.

Does your knowing mean that you can accept it – even if I am everything you despise – or does it simply add to the pain and torment that your own elven blood stirs in your soul?

Despite the considerable skill Nyx had cultivated where reading and interpreting the truth that hid beneath the words and actions of others was concerned, he found that the truth behind Cay’s reactions was elusive at best. There had been anger in her eyes when she first staggered into wakefulness and found him hovering over her – that same anger and loathing had been thick in her words, too, when she had offered to ‘repay her debt’ and that anger had only seemed to swell when he had refused. The fire of that anger, though, had been quenched by the tears that, in that interminable span of time between his admission and her reply, had welled in her eyes. And when she had quickly changed the subject after daubing those tears away with the edge of her blanket, that anger seemed to have been replaced by an indefinable sadness and, as he glanced back at her before leaving her alone in her rooms, something more akin to confusion. Should I, perhaps, not have told you at all? I have known your torment for a long time, melamin… contributed to it, I am sure, in my own way, at times… but it was never my intention to do so with this.

…Behind him, beyond the canvas door, there now came the sounds of movement and the susurrations of whispered words which begged his attentions away from his own thoughts. He listened to those sounds for a moment and, following a curse that hissed softly from the other side of the doorway, reminded himself that he had come out here for more than a momentary respite from the torment he had visited on himself in finally professing his true feelings for her.

His gaze abandoned the starless sky above, lowered to peer through the narrow spaces between the planks at his feet, and narrowed slightly as he picked out the dark shape of Cayrimsa’s watcher still huddled beneath the steps. Nyx watched the watcher for a moment; gauged the man’s level of wakefulness by the way the shoulders rose and fell in harmony with his breathing… Not quite lost in slumber, yet, are you, the assassin smirked as he reached for the rickety railing that girded the landing, but it has been a long and quiet night and you are so very ready for a nap, yes? … When the watcher’s head dipped forward to rest on his knees, Nyx hauled himself over the railing to his left and dropped to the ground some two stories below, the sounds of activity within the lower level of the Vergal Sea Port masking the soft thud of his landing enough that Cay’s watcher failed to register it as out of place. Before the hawk could lift his head from his knees and force himself back to alertness, Nyx was on him and had the man’s head, neck, and arms cinched into an intricate knot of limbs that quickly stole breath and blood from the brain. Dmitrova’s hawk struggled weakly for only an instant before lapsing fully into unconsciousness and, once he had done so, Nyx released the hold and eased the limp form to the ground.

“Vadim will not be happy that you fell asleep on your watch,” the mith’ganni smirked as he slipped from beneath the stairs and left the man to his dreamless slumber, “and let the witch elude you because of it, but breakfast for us will be more enjoyable without a chaperone, yes?” He took a moment to scan his surroundings, making sure that no other eyes watched before he climbed the stairs once again. Back at the top of those stairs, Nyx forced himself to wait while Cayrimsa went about preparing herself… even when a curse, just a bit louder than the last he had heard, floated through the air and was accompanied by the sound of shattering pottery…

“Karl is indisposed,” he murmured through the canvas door as he pressed his shoulders to the wall beside it, “but I doubt he will remain so for long, Cay. We should go if you are ready…”

Posted on 2010-01-13 at 18:36:25.
Edited on 2010-01-13 at 22:57:42 by Eol Fefalas

Topic: Blatantly Obvious Lies
Subject: Well...

...they can but figure it's best not to. All that time spent studying magic leaves little time to learn to properly handle a sword and, as such, they don't want to run the risk of a fumble that causes them to cut off their fireballs!

Why can't we all just get along?

Posted on 2010-01-13 at 16:21:27.

Topic: Demonic Vending Machine
Subject: It spits out...

...a raspberry television.

I feed it a backlog of help desk tickets and a handful of Excedrin Tension Headache caps.

Posted on 2010-01-13 at 16:17:13.

Topic: Paranormal Protection Agency - Q & A
Subject: Fluff and flavor

Okay... just another little post for Spider, there... Feel free to chitty-chat with the bloke if you feel up to it.

Took the minor liberty of assuming a "common room" in the PPA headquarters and such... if not appropriate, let me know and I'll edit as necessary.

Also, welcome aboard Carey.

Posted on 2010-01-13 at 15:37:24.

Topic: Paranormal Protection Agency - Night Shift
Subject: Spinning a web... and just sitting in it...

Spider sprawled almost lazily in a chair, his feet propped up on a table, in the common room of the PPA’s estate and absently twirled a dagger in his hand as he contemplated the last couple of days… they hadn’t been what he was expecting, unfortunately, and he was quickly becoming bored. His first two nights here had been spent much as this one… sitting… waiting… The promise of adventure seemed to have faded as quickly as it had been offered and, now, on this third night, the Shadowblade had begun to entertain the thoughts of fading, himself. It wasn’t that he was opposed to the night shift... In fact, for as long as he could remember, he had done some of his best work in the dark hours between the dusk and dawn… but all of this sitting and waiting had started to tax his patience.

“One would have thought, what with Waterdeep’s reputation and the Undermountain so close at hand that there would be more to do,” he murmured to no one in particular as the dagger rolled across the back of one hand, tumbled through the air, and was caught in the other, “particularly at night.” His golden eyes slid toward the doorway across the room as he tried to will something to happen, then, carried on the soft current of his exasperated sigh, returned to watch the dagger that danced, twirled, and flipped between his hands; “If one of those rutting Touts doesn’t appear soon, I’m afraid I’m going have to slip out and find something to do on my own…”

That thought… the same thought he had entertained in the monotonous hours of the two previous nights… was beginning to hold more and more appeal the longer he sat and, even if doing so would likely cause his reputation to be smudged where both the Thieves Guild and the Agency were concerned, he was very close to acting upon it. He was sure, too, that at least some of his compatriots had similar notions of their own. The mage who had introduced himself as Lirius, of course, had wiled away the hours studying his spellbooks and concerning himself with other arcane concerns but, even a wizard could surely become bored with doing nothing more than sitting and waiting… The rangy chap known as Malice, certainly, had to be getting fidgety by the time this third night had arrived and begun to lapse into later hours – all of the rangers that Spider had ever met were typically patient sorts but, also, tended to get their hearts tugged at by wanderlust when they were relegated to huddling on their haunches in the confines of a single building (regardless of how large that building might be) with little else to do but wait for Gods only knew what… The druid lass who called herself Sariah seemed a bit more content in the waiting – had occupied herself with reading and tending to her animals – but, like the ranger, surely must have begun to feel at least a bit stifled by the endless hours of nothing…

Another impatient sigh exploded past the Shadowblade’s lips and, dragging his feet from the table, he rose from the chair, returned the dagger to the sheath at his wrist, and stalked towards the door. “I’ll surely go mad if something doesn’t happen tonight,” he grumbled, pulling the door open and scanning the street outside for any signs of someone… anyone… coming this way…

Posted on 2010-01-13 at 15:34:28.

Topic: Last one to post wins - Part II
Subject: Now who wouldn't like a mini-skirt?

And I can live with ancient... ancient usually equivocates to indestructible.

"Age and treachery always overcomes youth and enthusiasm."

Posted on 2010-01-12 at 23:54:26.

Topic: RDInnsider - The March Issue Is Here!
Subject: There... Meri has the one and only piece of poetry I can ever recall having written. If you folks don't wanna read that crap, I'd suggest submitting something worthy, yeah?

C'mon... y'know ya wanna!

Who wants to read a poem about facelickin' anyway?

Posted on 2010-01-12 at 16:07:34.

Topic: Last one to post wins - Part II
Subject: Answer

Leather, mountain air, and shadowy forests.

Posted on 2010-01-12 at 16:03:39.

Topic: The Morphing Game
Subject: A story or seventeen...


Posted on 2010-01-12 at 15:56:12.

Topic: The One Word Game
Subject: Obvious progression?


Posted on 2010-01-12 at 15:55:04.

Topic: ^ < V game
Subject: And, eating a few helps keep you regular

^ Is invited to my next BBQ just for the "not allowed to eat around vegans" thing.

< Thinks BBQs are just an excuse for building bigger fires

V Luvs 'em some brontosaurus burgers!

Posted on 2010-01-12 at 14:20:13.

Topic: The Would You Rather Game
Subject: And you're thinking the wrong Sanctuary as well. ;)

Monkies... You can train an army of 'em to be poo-cannons and will be that much more prepared for the collapse of civilization.

Toe-to-Toe or Reach Out And Touch Someone?

Posted on 2010-01-12 at 14:04:24.

Topic: Add On Story. Fill in 3 words!
Subject: So we're off the monkey?

litte kitty with

Posted on 2010-01-12 at 14:00:43.

Topic: The One Word Game
Subject: Also


Posted on 2010-01-12 at 13:58:49.

Topic: The Morphing Game
Subject: What one does when tossed off a building for calling me old...


Posted on 2010-01-12 at 13:57:13.

Topic: Last one to post wins - Part II
Subject: Hey!!!

Who're you callin' old, whippersnapper?!?!?

Go to your room, young man!

I am NOT old... I'm well seasoned!

Posted on 2010-01-12 at 13:53:16.

Topic: Fantasy/Scifi art by Arthur Wang
Subject: Very nice stuff...

...Loved the work you've got showcased on your site.

I'm Eol, by the way... Welcome to the Asylum... I'd facelick ya but I might still be contagious.

Ya got one comin'!

Posted on 2010-01-12 at 01:03:31.

Topic: The Would You Rather Game
Subject: Ketchup?!?!?

Who puts ketchup on hot dogs? You're supposed to have mustard, chili, and cheese! So... brussel sprouts... pull my finger.

Sanctuary or Liavek?

Posted on 2010-01-11 at 13:56:31.


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