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Author Topic: Fighter's Journey (MS Paint Adventure) - Back in Action!  (Read 8892 times)

Glass

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Re: Fighter's Journey (MS Paint Adventure) - Back in Action!
« Reply #75 on: March 20, 2017, 04:47:30 pm »

That was not at all what I meant about hanging cloth from the horn. I was thinking a sheet of cloth attached to the helm at both the base and tip of the horn, as well as at the tips of the wings.

As for the "business deal" - no. Fog that bastard. We're going in to town, as I've suggested earlier - as if that is nothing out of the ordinary.
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Re: Fighter's Journey (MS Paint Adventure) - Back in Action!
« Reply #76 on: March 20, 2017, 05:41:26 pm »

Think of a brim for the hat. Tell the man you will give him a yam for directions to a temple or tavern.
A temple can get you information likely for free and in a likely less shady environment.

Tavern can also provide information as part of idle chatter, at the risk of more devious characters. 
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Re: Fighter's Journey (MS Paint Adventure) - Back in Action!
« Reply #77 on: March 20, 2017, 05:57:09 pm »

Own the cloth tied around your unicorn horn.  It looks rad, and you shouldn't change it just to please those other voices in your head.

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Re: Fighter's Journey (MS Paint Adventure) - Back in Action!
« Reply #78 on: March 20, 2017, 06:07:53 pm »

Own the cloth tied around your unicorn horn.  It looks rad, and you shouldn't change it just to please those other voices in your head.
The ball itself is not a problem. The problem is that it needs to protect your face/head/etc. from the sun, and that is not currently occurring. Anyway, that's not important right now.
Yes, getting to a temple or tavern is a good idea. I'd suggest the temple.
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Re: Fighter's Journey (MS Paint Adventure) - Back in Action!
« Reply #79 on: March 20, 2017, 06:24:11 pm »

PANIC PANIC PANIC MAKE AN IRRATIONAL DECISION DO NOT PAY THE GUARD RUN RUN RUN
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Re: Fighter's Journey (MS Paint Adventure) - Back in Action!
« Reply #80 on: March 21, 2017, 06:53:07 am »

PANIC PANIC PANIC MAKE AN IRRATIONAL DECISION DO NOT PAY THE GUARD RUN RUN RUN
No... no, please don't. Panic is bad and leads to poor decisions. Try to keep calm, if nothing else.
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Re: Fighter's Journey (MS Paint Adventure) - Back in Action!
« Reply #81 on: March 21, 2017, 10:38:32 pm »

PANIC PANIC PANIC MAKE AN IRRATIONAL DECISION DO NOT PAY THE GUARD RUN RUN RUN
No... no, please don't. Panic is bad and leads to poor decisions. Try to keep calm, if nothing else.
PANIC LEADS TO AWESOMENESS! PANIC!
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Re: Fighter's Journey (MS Paint Adventure) - Back in Action!
« Reply #82 on: March 24, 2017, 08:18:15 pm »

PANIC PANIC PANIC MAKE AN IRRATIONAL DECISION DO NOT PAY THE GUARD RUN RUN RUN
No... no, please don't. Panic is bad and leads to poor decisions. Try to keep calm, if nothing else.
PANIC LEADS TO AWESOMENESS! PANIC!
Panic leads to hurting yourself and bad situations, and "awesomeness" is only a result of panic so much as (calmly) figuring out how to extract yourself from a complete rout of a battle is a result of going into said battle without any plan whatsoever. In other words, it is figuring out how to get back to your original situation before the disaster, if not actually still being worse off, rather than true awesomess that involves starting from one position and so sucessfully enacting a plan that you're overall goals are even more furthered than ever possibly expected.
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decapitated leg moving it's fingers
Out of time I go running/as you're running out of time./ Storming forth I return from the nothing/I'm back to reclaim what's mine.

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Re: Fighter's Journey (MS Paint Adventure) - Back in Action!
« Reply #83 on: March 24, 2017, 09:22:49 pm »

PANIC PANIC PANIC MAKE AN IRRATIONAL DECISION DO NOT PAY THE GUARD RUN RUN RUN
No... no, please don't. Panic is bad and leads to poor decisions. Try to keep calm, if nothing else.
PANIC LEADS TO AWESOMENESS! PANIC!
Panic leads to hurting yourself and bad situations, and "awesomeness" is only a result of panic so much as (calmly) figuring out how to extract yourself from a complete rout of a battle is a result of going into said battle without any plan whatsoever. In other words, it is figuring out how to get back to your original situation before the disaster, if not actually still being worse off, rather than true awesomess that involves starting from one position and so sucessfully enacting a plan that you're overall goals are even more furthered than ever possibly expected.

I REFUTE THIS
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I STRONGLY REFUTE THIS

STRONGLY, REFUTE THIS I

I STRONGLY THIS REFUTE
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Re: Fighter's Journey (MS Paint Adventure) - Back in Action!
« Reply #84 on: March 25, 2017, 02:25:23 pm »

PANIC PANIC PANIC MAKE AN IRRATIONAL DECISION DO NOT PAY THE GUARD RUN RUN RUN
No... no, please don't. Panic is bad and leads to poor decisions. Try to keep calm, if nothing else.
PANIC LEADS TO AWESOMENESS! PANIC!
Panic leads to hurting yourself and bad situations, and "awesomeness" is only a result of panic so much as (calmly) figuring out how to extract yourself from a complete rout of a battle is a result of going into said battle without any plan whatsoever. In other words, it is figuring out how to get back to your original situation before the disaster, if not actually still being worse off, rather than true awesomess that involves starting from one position and so sucessfully enacting a plan that you're overall goals are even more furthered than ever possibly expected.

I REFUTE THIS
STRONGLY

I STRONGLY REFUTE THIS

STRONGLY, REFUTE THIS I

I STRONGLY THIS REFUTE
We may almost certainly need to seek mental help. The local temple is likely the best readily accessible location where we may be able to receive it - or have all the demons exorcized, as the case may be.
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decapitated leg moving it's fingers
Out of time I go running/as you're running out of time./ Storming forth I return from the nothing/I'm back to reclaim what's mine.

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Re: Fighter's Journey (MS Paint Adventure) - Back in Action!
« Reply #85 on: March 26, 2017, 12:45:32 am »

PANIC PANIC PANIC MAKE AN IRRATIONAL DECISION DO NOT PAY THE GUARD RUN RUN RUN
No... no, please don't. Panic is bad and leads to poor decisions. Try to keep calm, if nothing else.
PANIC LEADS TO AWESOMENESS! PANIC!
Panic leads to hurting yourself and bad situations, and "awesomeness" is only a result of panic so much as (calmly) figuring out how to extract yourself from a complete rout of a battle is a result of going into said battle without any plan whatsoever. In other words, it is figuring out how to get back to your original situation before the disaster, if not actually still being worse off, rather than true awesomess that involves starting from one position and so sucessfully enacting a plan that you're overall goals are even more furthered than ever possibly expected.

I REFUTE THIS
STRONGLY

I STRONGLY REFUTE THIS

STRONGLY, REFUTE THIS I

I STRONGLY THIS REFUTE
We may almost certainly need to seek mental help. The local temple is likely the best readily accessible location where we may be able to receive it - or have all the demons exorcized, as the case may be.
PANIC!

Also quote pyramid.
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Re: Fighter's Journey (MS Paint Adventure) - Back in Action!
« Reply #86 on: March 26, 2017, 01:16:56 am »

PANIC PANIC PANIC MAKE AN IRRATIONAL DECISION DO NOT PAY THE GUARD RUN RUN RUN
No... no, please don't. Panic is bad and leads to poor decisions. Try to keep calm, if nothing else.
PANIC LEADS TO AWESOMENESS! PANIC!
Panic leads to hurting yourself and bad situations, and "awesomeness" is only a result of panic so much as (calmly) figuring out how to extract yourself from a complete rout of a battle is a result of going into said battle without any plan whatsoever. In other words, it is figuring out how to get back to your original situation before the disaster, if not actually still being worse off, rather than true awesomess that involves starting from one position and so sucessfully enacting a plan that you're overall goals are even more furthered than ever possibly expected.

I REFUTE THIS
STRONGLY

I STRONGLY REFUTE THIS

STRONGLY, REFUTE THIS I

I STRONGLY THIS REFUTE
We may almost certainly need to seek mental help. The local temple is likely the best readily accessible location where we may be able to receive it - or have all the demons exorcized, as the case may be.
PANIC!

Also quote pyramid.

QUOTE PYRAMIDS ARE GOOD

THEY SERVE AS TEMPLES

TO PANIC

PANIC PANIC RUN SCREAM ACT IN A HIGHLY IRRATIONAL AND ABSURD MANNER
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Trying to steal alcohol from dwarves is similar to getting between a mother bear and her cubs.
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Re: Fighter's Journey (MS Paint Adventure) - Back in Action!
« Reply #87 on: March 26, 2017, 08:57:10 am »

BLAM

And thus dies the pyramid.

Here it is, in its grave:
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Anyways...
Let's try to extract ourselves (tactfully) and find the local temple.
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Re: Fighter's Journey (MS Paint Adventure) - Back in Action!
« Reply #88 on: March 27, 2017, 10:41:28 am »

No panic.
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Re: Fighter's Journey (MS Paint Adventure) - Back in Action!
« Reply #89 on: March 27, 2017, 12:27:08 pm »

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PANIC PANIC PANIC MAKE AN IRRATIONAL DECISION DO NOT PAY THE GUARD RUN RUN RUN
No... no, please don't. Panic is bad and leads to poor decisions. Try to keep calm, if nothing else.
PANIC LEADS TO AWESOMENESS! PANIC!
Panic leads to hurting yourself and bad situations, and "awesomeness" is only a result of panic so much as (calmly) figuring out how to extract yourself from a complete rout of a battle is a result of going into said battle without any plan whatsoever. In other words, it is figuring out how to get back to your original situation before the disaster, if not actually still being worse off, rather than true awesomess that involves starting from one position and so sucessfully enacting a plan that you're overall goals are even more furthered than ever possibly expected.

I REFUTE THIS
STRONGLY

I STRONGLY REFUTE THIS

STRONGLY, REFUTE THIS I

I STRONGLY THIS REFUTE
We may almost certainly need to seek mental help. The local temple is likely the best readily accessible location where we may be able to receive it - or have all the demons exorcized, as the case may be.
PANIC!

Also quote pyramid.

QUOTE PYRAMIDS ARE GOOD

THEY SERVE AS TEMPLES

TO PANIC

PANIC PANIC RUN SCREAM ACT IN A HIGHLY IRRATIONAL AND ABSURD MANNER
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