uh...excuse me...I think you have my stapler....it's red
So, I logged into the inn and was going to look at one of my character sheets and....what the....I'm in a new game?!?! I think that perhaps I may have been added to the player list by mistake...no big deal but I thought I'd give you a heads-up.
Anyhow, hello everyone (especially the unwitting new addition Phelan!) I am, in fact, Incognito. My character shall join your army of intrepid adventurers just as soon as Darren gives me posting rights! Must have been tired, since Incognito and Phelan are so remarkably close in spelling.
Yeah, Celtia's stuck in the middle of a ton of exams, ect. ATM.
Also, greetings, Incognito, it's good to see heroes willing to do their bit for the community...however there's one thing I'd like to adress. The Ethronians made sure that no-one knew about Karrain or the arts of Sacrelagy after his imprisonment, as a 'class' it died out millenia ago with Karrain being the first and last one. Knowing me I didn't make that particularly clear...
Oh I don't think we missed anything important, so we'll be ready to rock and roll right where y'all left off, methinks.
Oh and a little clarification on Walker's "Quick to Heal" skill, because the wording is sort of ambiguous - Walker heals at a highly accelerated rate from wounds, injuries, and sickness; people around him may notice some of this benefit but his presence won't work miracles; he may bolster a normal man so he overcomes an illness like a hardy man, or a sickly man like a normal man. Varis sort of got it with the sensation of 'wellness' from his Mystical Aura, tied to his Quick Healing, but a normal person wouldn't really feel anything special, he just tends to tip the scales in the favor of people he spends times around, like the sick child who might not have recovered otherwise.
It's far from healing magic. Maybe someday Varis and Karrain can teach him some of that too!
Posted on 2011-05-25 at 23:09:34.
Edited on 2011-05-25 at 23:10:06 by Incognito