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The Loquacious Lord Grimm

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  1. We have a Wii U now. Will exchange friend info.

  2. rats. I was gonna do a 999 topic. Now I have to wait til 1001.

  3. I broke my mixer board, so there's not going to be a Christmas Special this year :(

  4. End of the Prologue finally up. Yay!

  5. This is the Prologue. It tells of what came before. 4 Decadent robes hiked up to his waist, a wrinkled man wearing more jewelry than clothing ascends the stairs at as fast a clip as he can muster. Those among the living he passes salute or bow to him, but he pays them no mind: he is too focused on blocking out the nauseating squish that accompanies his every step. Every few meters, he is forced to move around the form of a fallen soldier, and in most cases, there is no way to avoid the blood and... other fluids that have since caked into the plush carpet once the unfortunates
  6. What Carrie Underwood rarely tells people is that as she stormed home, he happened to pull up next to her in his pretty little completely unscathed four-wheel-drive, and asked why she was so upset.

  7. Next post in Crystal Souls is finally out.

  8. This is the Prologue. It tells of what came before. 3 From his viewpoint high atop the Spire, Captain Vlish is able to see the first glimmering star emerge, if only through his periphery. His eyes, like the eyes of the eighteen soldiers under him, are fixed upon the gold-trimmed double doors that are the only entrance to the Imperial Throne Room. From beyond the doors pours the terrible sound of combat: steel against steel, bodies falling to the floor, suits of armor rolling down the stairs, all punctuated by the thud of the occasional spell missing its target. It has been
  9. Due to developments in this music thread, I find myself hunting for badass pictures of someone marching tuba. What tragedy that my own band years occurred before facebook.

  10. This is the Prologue. It tells of what came before. 2 The Spire in Solaria is hailed as one of the great wonders of the modern world. Its porcelain walls rise a majestic ten stories above the rest of the Empire's capital, and can be seen from afar throughout much of he surrounding region. It is a fitting reminder to the citizens of Solaria and the Empire beyond of the supreme power and might of the Empire, and the purity that it represents. Even those in the Far Continents know of the Spire's existence, and many of the Empire's more loyal and affluent citizens make a point of
  11. To quote the Missus: "OMG! PONIES!"

    1. keira

      keira

      The missus clearly has excellent taste.

  12. Thanking God for Pandora. And good speakers.

  13. There is nothing new under the sun.

  14. Hmm... somewhere in my years of absence, animated avvies were banned. Oh well. Here's a quick something off while I try and figure out what to use next.

  15. You're cute!

    1. Balladeer

      Balladeer

      Aaaahhhhhh giant intelligent friendly talking spider!!!11!1

  16. This is the Prologue. It tells of what came before. 1 She turns from the portal site swiftly, unconsciously straightening the mess that the teleportation ritual has made of her hair. While her research and scry-scouting has been thorough, and the magical precaution to push the adventurers through the enemy wards even more thorough, there is always the risk of something going wrong on the other side. Time is of the essence, and there is still much to be done. Her focus is now on her scrying pool, preparing the brief set of spells that will give her a clear view of her emissari
  17. I know I have a spare VGA cable around here somewhere...

  18. A little over ten years ago, I stumbled across a game on a shareware disc. That game was different than the rest: there were people to talk to, a world to discover, a war to fight on a person-to-person basis. Instead of playing a preformed character, I took control of a team, forced to be dynamic to be successful, and forced through circumstances beyond their control, to become the saviors of their world. That game was Exile II. I'd never played an RPG before, and as a freshman in high school and aspiring writer, I took to this fantastic world like I have never taken to anything else, bef
  19. The UBB gods are displeased.

  20. Huzzah. Now I can force Facebook to spam my friends with this company instead of forcing them to look at my profile. And Toby, thanks for getting it up on the AA group. _________________________ The Silent Assassin warns you that faulty scripts are to blame for the next few minutes of random hiccups after you read this post. Also, never run your antivirus software again. Thank you.
  21. As noted here , the Dread Curse skill removes one level of every skill, including, in appearance anyway, itself. -------------------- The Silent Assassin thanks you. Now get on with it.
  22. Rereading through my Chichton collection right now. Just finished Prey , hoping to grab Sphere and State of Fear while I'm home for spring break. -------------------- The Silent Assassin is reading your mind. Yes he is. No, this is not a stupid gimmick. Stop arguing. Believe it. No, he will never stoop that low.
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