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OOC Chat Thread and General RP Discussion

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Mara

Awesome!

What's so rotten about Rotten Channel? :p

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Andy

Here is the list of alignments, with other fictional characters included to help you along if you need it:

I didn't come up with the examples myself, so don't blame me if you feel they are wrong. :p

Lawful Good - The "Crusader" alignment.

Usually act of compassion, upholding a strong sense of duty and honour.

Example: Batman

Neutral Good - The "Benefactor" alignment.

Guided mostly by their own conscience, and their laws often reflect this, as they try to please everyone.

Example: Zorro

Chaotic Good - The "Rebel" alignment.

Placing a high value on personal freedom, they follow their own moral guidelines and despise bureaucracy.

Example: Robin Hood

Lawful Neutral - The "Judge" alignment.

Not committing to following either Good nor Evil specifically, they have a strict moral code often with basis in laws or traditions.

Example: James Bond

True Neutral - The "Natural" alignment.

They normally seek to maintain the balance between good and evil, law and chaos.

Example: Lara Croft

Chaotic Neutral - The "Anarchist" alignment.

Following their own heart, they act mostly out of self-interest. They do not especially like to see people suffer, but normally only fight against evil if it benefits them to do so.

Example: Captain Jack Sparrow

Lawful Evil- The "Dominator" alignment.

While they can normally be trusted to be honourable and keep their word, they are tyrannical in enforcing their views and do not tolerate differences in opinion.

Example: Magneto

Neutral Evil - The "Malefactor" alignment.

Typically selfish, they are not bound by tradition or honour and have little regard for laws, they have no qualms about killing or betrayal, but are not needlessly violent unless it benefits them.

Example: Sawyer (Lost)

Chaotic Evil - The "Destroyer" alignment.

Disorganised and selfish, they have no regard for order, and frequently stop at nothing to get what they want.

Example: Riddick (Pitch Black)

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Rogue

Let's see some more characters populating this world :D

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Andy

I'm going to separate the info and characters threads later... Keep them more organised lol.

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Andy

I am unable to find a suitable actor for my other character... Other than the one I have currently used which is of Liam Neeson... As Qui-Gon... Yes; I do intend on changing it when I find someone else :p

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Mara

When I get a chance to read through things better, I'll get some characters up.

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Andy

Okay, it's dawn, in autumn/fall/whatever.

Post your introductions! yeeeerrrrr!

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Andy

Thanks to Rogue for pointing out that the RPs name, Legends of Lyrea, is abbreviated to LOL. :p

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Winters

I'm sorry, but

LOL (it was so easy, I HAD!)

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Rogue

I'm sorry, I'm having a hard time translating that into english, British or American. If you wouldn't mind clarifying that statement, that would be delightful.

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Drake

Thanks Winters. We got the joke already.

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Rogue

Okay, maybe I'm wrong...but I was pretty certain that women have equal rights in made up fantasy medieval worlds. Meaning that they don't get molested from town to town and aren't burdens on society.

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Drake

She's absolutely right. About the molesting part.

The burden on society...well... :p

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Chickenman

I'm pretty positive "unmolested" in this case means "undisturbed." :???:

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Andy

Maybe the bears are abit randy?

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Mara

I'm pretty positive "unmolested" in this case means "undisturbed." :???:

Yes, basically...

I'm sorry, am I using too big of words? :p

FYI: Editing my last post.

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Rogue

No, the words are understood. The problem here is just that the author doesn't understand context :p

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Andy

The context was fine, it was just non-standard usage. lol

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Mara

Anyway..... Avee is waiting for Lars to answer her. :p

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Drake

How about you tell me that when you post, okay? I had no idea nor did I want to assume.

Also, for future reference, the dragon's barn is hidden in the forest. I suppose there can be a newer barn for the cattle, however.

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Mara

If it wasn't your farm, I would have had the man reply. :p

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Drake

And you could have just as easily been planning something with another person in the RP.

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