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Who do you miss the most?

Uzin
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Olo
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Pik
- 1 (33.3%)
Esem
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Elév
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Author Topic: Dwarf Fortress -Drawings- : Tales of the Deer Wizard - Interactive RPG Thing  (Read 41824 times)

Strik3r

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Let us go see what's scaring all the spirit.
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There's only one correct answer here; Lets hurry toward the source of this disturbance.

Also, i absolutely love the drawings' style, especially Blackhoof himself. It doesn't matter how much i model or render, i wouldn't be able get the feel same as your drawings because i can't replicate the charm and style that your drawings have.
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Let us go see what's scaring all the spirit.
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There's only one correct answer here; Lets hurry toward the source of this disturbance.

Also, i absolutely love the drawings' style, especially Blackhoof himself. It doesn't matter how much i model or render, i wouldn't be able get the feel same as your drawings because i can't replicate the charm and style that your drawings have.

And then, validation happened.

Hey but to be fair, your render kicked me up a few levels, especially in terms of the antlers. New growths are sprouting and some are bending in space to the sides. You honestly helped a lot there  ;)
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Dwarf Fortress -Drawings- - Don't hesitate to contribute!

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Yellow Pixel

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There's only one correct answer here; Lets hurry toward the source of this disturbance.
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Of course. For in us lies the spirit of adventure!

Also, i absolutely love the drawings' style, especially Blackhoof himself.

Dig it too. And I particularly like the expressions of the characters!
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Also, i absolutely love the drawings' style, especially Blackhoof himself.

Dig it too. And I particularly like the expressions of the characters!
I shall also jump onto the pile and say that I also like the art and character design.
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Despite her absence, you find yourself still hearing Nami's voice in your mind as if she was still here, pointing out details you might have never noticed otherwise. Yet for now, her energetic and assuring yet slightly arrogant voice is a mere illusion, conjured up by your own imagination. The time she spent sheltered within you has clearly left an imprint on you, as you find yourself looking at the world through her large, scrutinizing eyes, and imagining what she would say.
"Look! Look at the pawprint! An obvious, boring person would say that it belongs to a dragon. I'd say it belongs to a very large bear! I suppose it doesn't matter. Either one is bad news for y... us if we get caught unaware."

Since we seem to be in no immediate danger, the stone circle seems interesting enough by itself and following the beast isn't really time-critical, i say we rest for a while longer within the ruins while trying to figure out the significance of this place, if any. If Sas or Flax want to run off after the beast, let them.

Also, using the magic that we used to weave our loincloth, could we weave a white cloak, one like Esem had, for Sas and perhaps Flax and ourselves too? Might help camouflage us in these snowy fields.
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i say we rest for a while longer within the ruins while trying to figure out the significance of this place, if any.
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No, my eyes don't deceive me... The footprint has clearly a reptilian shape. So it's not from a very large bear, but from a dragon!

(a beautiful dragon!)

following the beast isn't really time-critical

Following the beast might not be time-critical, but it might very well prove critical!

What I mean is that we shouldn't allow Flax and Sas to run after a monster of such "gargantuan proportions"... I do think it would be unwise to split our party in face of such formidable danger. And the look of Flax, that mighty warrior, when he saw the footmark, don't reassure me whatsoever! Let us not forget also that Flax doesn't have a sword, nor a buckler, and that even if he is dragonfire-proof (wich I doubt), it might not be the same for Sas...

However, we could let Sas look for a few more tracks, while telling him not to stray too far, to see in wich direction the beast went and if it did take flight. We would then know if we are truly dealing with a dragon or a gigantic flying bear.

On the matter of Esem's white cloaks:

Such outfits would be very cool, but I believe that when we made our small loincloth out of grass, it took us a fair amount of time and effort, and we can't really afford it now. We should rather save our energy for a potential battle to come! Furthermore, our loincloth is grey and I'm unsure that our magical powers would enable us to make the cloth white.
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King Zultan

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i say we rest for a while longer within the ruins while trying to figure out the significance of this place, if any.
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Also can we not split the group with giant things wondering around.
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