Show Posts

This section allows you to view all posts made by this member. Note that you can only see posts made in areas you currently have access to.

Messages - Glaumring the Fox

Pages: [1] 2 3 ... 139
Played on Dwilight for near a decade now? And the Astroists realms do not interact or RP with you if you are outside of their realms, ive been on silence with them for years, quite sad on their part, all of our communications are on the forum. IG its very cliquey and tribal without concern for RP or development, if you are outcast its done, the game is you interacting with your realm and that is it.

Development / Re: Retirement
« on: June 16, 2019, 01:54:32 AM »
Glaumring is 115 years old and nothing in battle could kill me. I now play as an immortal priest it seems even though itd be nice to have a heroic death. Maybe,

Development / Re: Alliance Size Restrictions Discussion
« on: June 16, 2019, 01:52:15 AM »
I welcome this new change.

BM General Discussion / Re: Why did Greater Xavax <Insert Action>?
« on: January 17, 2019, 11:19:27 PM »
Banning Sundar for murdering children in Perleone was Xavax’s greatest mistake.

Dwilight / Re: Dwilight Meme Inc.
« on: January 07, 2019, 08:17:52 PM »

Dwilight / Cult of Bloodmoon rebirth.
« on: January 04, 2019, 01:32:09 AM »
The sacred fruit of holy bloodmoon has been rediscovered on the steep cliffs of the Storms keep. A single stunted wind hardened plant has been taken from the brink of extinction. The Cult rises again, a call out to new priests and men of the sword has gone out across Dwilight!

With war and blood a new age of madness dawns, join us in our sacred revelry!

Dwilight / Re: the rise of the cult of Bloodmoon...
« on: November 02, 2018, 06:26:36 PM »
I am not near as active as I used to because of life etc, but I still love the game and enjoy the tapestry we used to weave. Losing Asylon was the hugest dissapointment ever, we were on the verge of having a true east/west divide conflict with a power ready to take om Sanguis Astroism and what happened was the slow fizzle and monster attacks that instead could have been an ascendant westlands and crumbling decadent empires in the east. Such wasted oppourtunity after all the work we put into building Asylon from nothing under attacks from Caerwynn, Itaulon, Phantosia, Terran, Astrum, Kabrinskia and Morek and for us to survive and thribe and grow to such a massive piece of land... omg such waste, so sad

Dwilight / Re: the rise of the cult of Bloodmoon...
« on: November 02, 2018, 04:02:53 AM »
Graethe, Glaumring and Grimrog. Hoowahh!

We’ll bring back player rp after this massive drought from the monster wars, time to end the monster crap and bring back what made Dwilight awesome, the human intrigue and strategy, the drama, all this npc fighting is boring as [email protected]#$ and has killed the characters of Dwilight. GM’s let us have our armies back and our roleplays!

Dwilight / Re: the rise of the cult of Bloodmoon...
« on: November 01, 2018, 09:03:51 PM »
Yeah we rp’d that we crossed the Ravielian palm with a more hardy plant in the north, so they are different species, the ravelian palms fruit were small like acorns, Thulsoman hybrids were large like egg plants and they were the ones transported to Asylon, the Orchard is Vakreno heaps was where the golden age of breeding occured for a prolonged amount if time and the fruit was said to be as large as pumpkins plump orbs hanging low on the trees.

The effect of eating the fruit was a way for its adherents to actually travel to the Astral plane of its gods, the outer plane was the river and field fen and forest of the sacred Green hind deer, this is where most would end up and stay following the hind , lost in the forest, beyond the forest was the labyrinth and even Glaumring had ever been to the edge, but some say Lady Ven and one other Bucklefee had been inside, beyond the labyrinth is the fabric of the stars a wall of blackness where the Bloodstars hang, they can be seen in the sky but are very far beyond the maze.  Glaumring had sailed in his youth while under the service the Prophet Mathurin to sail beyond the west lands of Darfix where he found the great ice fields and eventually the stone temple of the astrolab that resides many months west of Darfix, Glaumring claimed to have measured the stars distance and renarked that if one could build something tall enough one might be able to climb near the stars, Glaumring cast a star disc from clay of the Astrolab and brought it back to Thulsoma and used it several times under the influence of the sacred fruit to measure the stars distance on the Astralplane, he still has this star disc though hasnt used it in decades.

Dwilight / Re: the rise of the cult of Bloodmoon...
« on: November 01, 2018, 05:59:57 PM »
Interesting. I've been working on building a character, well more like family, out of a variant of the Bloodmoon Fruit and the cult. Without "spoiling" the entire backstory I have planned: it involves a character of my previous family, Perotin, planting this variant of the fruit in different places. One of those places is Mt. Black Nastrond which is close to your character from my understanding. Which brings me to the point of my reply, if you want a place to find the Bloodmoon fruit and haven't already created a story/location, then feel free to loosely connect our two story-lines in this way. It would not be illogical for Perotin to have brought the normal Bloodmoon fruit with him and possibly planted it.

We are roleplaying that we found a single bush on the cliffs of the Storms keep, you can find a variant of it or a weaker version that comes from the tomb isles because some does exist there, it was the ones grown at the storms keep that were the more powerful hybrid, anything you want to do or add is welcome as I find it interesting to still see interest in that line of roleplay after all these years.

BM General Discussion / Re: Family Logos on Forum
« on: November 01, 2018, 01:49:31 AM »

BM General Discussion / Re: The Daimonomicon
« on: November 01, 2018, 01:40:39 AM »
Dwilight yes. Rathan was in Everguard when he first made contact, but then moved to D'hara. Grathe escapes me.

Graethe was part of Asylon but I think he was in Terran when he got the jobs from the Daimons, I knew about this for a long time and Glaumring was helping him with his task, but this is sooooo long ago I barely remember the details. So much has been lost over the years.

After the fall of Melodia, or Shadovar Glaumring left to Terran and then after Terran he travelled to the Zuma lands to see what was there , I was merely imprisoned and left when I escaped , afterwards I went to Virovene and served there until it fell and then by happenstance and pure luck founded Thulsoma... omg this was near  decade ago rl

Dwilight / the rise of the cult of Bloodmoon...
« on: November 01, 2018, 01:26:52 AM »
After a long deep sleep the Green hind has woken from her slumber, the Bloodmoon plant has been most likely eradicated from the east lands and is now something merely remembered in times of far madness mumbled by crazy men in villages and lore to scare children at night. Legend says that in far Vakreno heaps the last orchard rests with plump fruits as large as the heads of horses eaten now by Daimons, the plant has been lost to mankind, stomped out, crushed and its sacred fruit ignored to rot upon the branch...

There light! The Storms keep tower bonfire has been lit once again, some say an ancient man has returned from long sojourn to the keep, a dark swarthy long haired wrinkled and tattooed man wearing the great bear cloak now ragged. Some say they search the cliffs hung on ropes with torches, a  few brave peasants and ancient ones,

Some say they search for Bloodmoon fruit, some say that it would be madness they'll find....

Until then, the light of the Storms keep rises with the moon once again... What will they find?

BM General Discussion / Re: Famous Old Characters
« on: October 12, 2018, 03:38:34 AM »
My general policy has been to not add living characters to the list. However, I definitely think she'll qualify once deceased, so I can add her to the 'waiting list' of living but famous characters. Garas and Glaumring too.

There have been some exceptions, mostly to those who have been paused for several months, or whose characters come from the Near Origins (~2003) of BM. These are quite the rare exception compared to the other names on the lists. I'll consider Glaumring for an exception, due to joining Dwilight so early and still being around. Possibly Karibash too.

Also, I was planning to make it an annual community event (poll each noble on each island) at some point, but I don't know how likely that'll be, with my diminishing engagement level.

Colonies are not an afterthought, though there are decidedly less names there.

Ultimately, as I said above, I'd like to make it an annual event (say, over Christmas/NYW week, when things are more relaxed) where each island's nobles vote on the most worthy noble who deceased/deleted/retired over the past year.

Glaumring is now 110years old as a hero.... I don't think he'll ever get on a deceased list, ive been trying for decades!

Beluaterra / Re: A change is coming.
« on: March 23, 2018, 03:04:05 AM »
Bloody hell, I cant blame him for splitting the realm. The last two Doges we had were absolutely pathetic. What a shame, ultimately I am proud of what we did achieve with Fronen, even though mosts of its players were either multis at one time or just a lazy collection of tax hoarders. Anyways, the nobles of Fronen were good and they worked hard for the republic, I talked of splitting the realm under my rule but was denied, im a bit sour but happy it finally happened. Who knows where I go from here.

Pages: [1] 2 3 ... 139