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2003-05-25   simon   Began his career in Ibladesh.

Took me only a little short of 9 years to drive it into the ground.

BM General Discussion / Re: Need a rage section of the forums.
« on: January 05, 2017, 06:52:00 PM »
A purring kitty solves everything.

Beluaterra / Re: Is BT worth it?
« on: December 28, 2016, 05:34:46 PM »
The only Way is that of the Herd.

East Island / Re: Greater Xavax Imperium
« on: December 20, 2016, 08:40:11 PM »
I'm rather jealous of that hero death. If only one of mine would just once pull that off...

Other Games / Re: Stellaris
« on: December 06, 2016, 09:12:42 PM »
I played some. Got drawn back to EUIV though. That always happens...

BM General Discussion / Re: Donation page
« on: December 04, 2016, 01:48:24 PM »
Nosferaturs makes a good point. EU bank transfers have behaved as "domestic" transfers since... well, long enough. In fact there is no more domestic system in place. You could even post a QR code of a set amount (i.e. per set period) and I could pay from my phone without having to enter all those numbers at all. :-)

East Island / Re: Perdan and the Realms It Interacts With
« on: July 20, 2016, 11:35:19 PM »
This just happened in Perdan;

(27 minutes ago)
message to everyone in the vicinity of Perdan
Avuton Aatu had snuck near Perdan's Palace de Leon to lay his eight portal stones in a circle. Doing so, he muttered about teaching Perdan a lesson for executing his long-lost cousin before they had had occasion to meet in-person. And executing his best mate's girlfriend. And all the other adventuring commoners Perdan had executed of late.

With the bright lights and loud humming bringing him unwanted attention, Avuton Aatu jumped up and ran to the city gates. In all the confusion of night-time strangeness, he slipped through the gatehouse unnoticed, but he could not resist shouting out to the guards as he ran by, "Die you Perdan pigs! Die!"

He kept repeating this, even as he ran by a pigpen outside Perdan's walls. Such was the intensity of Avuton Aatu's hate towards both Perdan specifically, and pigs in general, that these pigs emotionally retained the impression of his anti-perdanite hatred.

As Avuton Aatu fled Perdan, the portal circle he left behind is attacked by Archibald. It only results in many chairs being broken down into firewood — and not very good firewood at that. After assembling enough firewood for a bonfire, and destroying almost all chairs in the city, Archibald is shocked to find Caissa, his faith's goddess, watching him. He was struck dumb, in reverence.

Once he had realized Her presence, She spoke to him, proclaiming, "You shall be given a voice to bring forth a new realm into the Church." She then walked towards Archibald and placed the Sacred Crown of Caissa upon his head. Leaving him in bewilderment and awe, She strode into the portal circle, disappearing into the column of light. When he spoke, he now felt much more convincing in his oratory. But he did worry about wearing the blessed crown of a fickle goddess. Until the greater worry became the green mist that began pouring from out of where Caissa had disappeared into.

Meanwhile, Ares had been sitting counting his gold, again, when four women interrupted his counting, forcing him to restart. Because Ares did not trust accountants and bankers, he did his own gold counting to avoid any financial bureaucrats pocketing his bloody gold. Muttering complaints before he restarted counting, he ceased complaint and recount when he saw the beauty of the youngest woman.

Without word, they motioned Ares to follow them, taking him deep into the catacombs, where they brought him to a dead end. With a kick, the second-youngest woman, a warrior woman, knocked down the wall, revealing a room upon the other side. The oldest woman pointed a bony finger inside as the three younger women entered, lighting torches inside. Ares followed. Inside, he found a vast library, but the three women had disappeared. Looking back through the hole in the wall, the elderly woman had also disappeared.

And so Ares was alone, in a vast, secret library in the catacombs underneath Perdan City. Later, he would learn that those four women were his faith's four goddesses, and learn of the similarity in his experience as that of Emanuel in founding the Triumvirate in Itorunt City long, long ago.

While Ares was exploring the newly-discovered ancient library and discovering many interesting scrolls, Archibald was fleeing the green mist. Despite his best sprint, it overtook him. While it made eyesight more difficult, he soon realized the green fog was harmless, if not an abnormal color. As the green mist grew, the humming and light decreased until they were no more. It lingered within the city, causing much discussion within tavern and coffeehouse.

First, some claimed that the fog had cleared around the Palace de Leon. Others pointed out that it had now reached the city walls. Later, a few claimed the fog to be slowly leaving Perdan City. After some hours, more pockets of the city were reported as being without fog. Some further time out, many concluded that the green mist was moving into Perdan City's neighbouring regions. All the while, everyone complained about Archibald destroying so many chairs that the only choices left were to sit on the floor, stand, or sit on a table.

As the fog left Perdan City, it covered both the hate-enthused pigs and Avuton Aatu escaping the region. Within this magical cloud, Avuton Aatu's hate found itself growing even stronger within the pigs; he found himself grunting and snorting, as well. Until at last they switched bodies, with the pig spirits all possessing Avuton Aatu's body and Avuton Aatu's spirit being split between each of the pig bodies. This drove both the pigs and Avuton Aatu stark, raving mad. Avuton Aatu led his swarm of pig bodies in open revolt against their Perdanite masters while the multiple pig voices within Avuton Aatu's body drive him to root around in the soil.

  (27 minutes ago)
message to everyone in the vicinity of Perdan
Blacksmiths within Perdan soon noticed that the green mist was indeed harmful, though not to humans, but to metal. All throughout the city, recruitment centers had lost some weapon and armour quality. Yet Bescanon's blacksmiths reported that their weapon and armour quality had improved as a result of the green fog. This good news was soon dashed as the remaining blacksmiths in Brive and Perdan Mines shared news of worsening weapon and armour quality due to the green mist. Priests noted the faithfulness of Bescanon's lord, attributing such to Bescanon being blessed while regions with less faithful lords were cursed.

While those in Perdan City got back to life as normal, one aspect of life was still abnormal. Due to their extreme rarity, chairs were being auctioned for more gold than unique items. Knowing about high demand and low supply, smart traders invested in chair-producing carpenters.

East Island / Re: Perdan and the Realms It Interacts With
« on: July 14, 2016, 07:33:24 PM »
Are you !@#$ing kidding me Fleugs? I'm trying to rationally explain why I have a thought and you come with this bs?

I became someone who stopped making sense. I now finally feel part of something here.

It wasn't aimed against you Gabanus.

East Island / Re: Perdan and the Realms It Interacts With
« on: July 14, 2016, 06:53:59 PM »
People are just jealous of Perdan's power.

East Island / Re: Perdan and the Realms It Interacts With
« on: July 13, 2016, 11:44:29 PM »
Perdan is the greatest. Pony realm thought they could escalate the war but their weak allies failed to back them whatsoever - not to mention, when they did back them, they still lost. We took back our city and restored the greatness of our realm. We tripled our nobles and decided that crushing the South is to our advantage to keep the world split up and puppet everyone, because in truth, Vix-Perdan is the only Axis of Evil that ever was.

We own every gym on this continent and smack the kids who even attempt to glance at it. Deal with it.

East Island / Re: Greater Xavax Imperium
« on: July 11, 2016, 05:45:32 PM »
redacted passive aggressive comments

East Island / Re: Really Eponlynn?
« on: July 08, 2016, 06:35:47 PM »
This entire topic is a big disappointment to me.

East Island / Re: Really Eponlynn?
« on: July 04, 2016, 05:51:18 PM »
Vita, you really have to let go... I understand your anger, but it doesn't help lashing out like that.

East Island / Re: Xavax Imperium
« on: June 28, 2016, 06:39:42 PM »
Claiming Perdan puppeted Vix (and Perleone) really disregards the insane amounts of ingame time that was devoted to construct a friendly relationship between two realms. Seriously. There is a certain gathering between Perdanese and Tiramoran nobles that gathers letters and talk faster than half of the realms out there. Why do we do this? Because it's nice. Because it evolved so at secession, that both realms would be friends and that this friendship has to be preserved. Because this friendship is maintain by constant (take that literally) in game exchange between actual characters. As those characters. It is said that a Perdanese King understands the Tiramoran democracy best - because he is the only consistent ruler around and has to convince every single duke of Vix before achieving any progress (disclaimer: totally a saying I only say in my head). But if you wish to deal with Tiramoran politics, and you are sincere, you have to play their game of democracy.

Perleone, we basically marched through. We're now allied though, "I suppose they did see the light" (though we never intended to conquer or war them). Perdan has no particular feeling towards Perleone, except that it doesn't really wish to conquer anything in the South. Other than that, yes, I would agree that from many points of views, we are dicks.

'Cause my stupid friends were playing it and talking about it non-stop.  :P ;D

I was one of those friends. My origins remain clouded, vague. I was born with Battlemaster.

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