The depths of Darkness
From the Depths of Darkness - Forum
Dungeons & Dragons 3.5e
Ad Closes: Dec 1 '12
Estimated Members Requested: 4
Starting level 4
Stat generation 4d6r1v1
Books all but faerun and Eberron
Wealth by level
Posts per day: At least one and if you don't post after two weeks you will be dropped without notice if you don't give me forewarning.
Of course I require the standard history, personality, and appearance as well as a solid reason to be looking for the culprits. I will also be judging you on pregame roleplay as well. If deciding becomes tough I'll look to your roleplay style to get you in.
Also this game I'm being especially generous this time. I want you to create characters you want. I might accept homebrew, but I will consider everything. That being said I want this to be a fun and interesting game so no cheese please.
LA buyoff in effect
Pregame roleplay: My reasoning for the pregame roleplay is to see how well each person's playstyle and posting rate meshes with mine. When I feel I have enough candidates I will open up an open one where everyone can roleplay. Until that time I'll be using private threads when the applications are complete. I will also be taking a little bit of time after applications close. I'm hoping this will show me a little bit more about both you and your characters.
The kingdom of Rysha. A relatively peaceful kingdom compromising most of the Dragon Reach mountains with a piece of the highlands off to the east. Ruled by king William and queen Eilonna rule with a a firm yet less intrusive hand. Under their rule trade from the dwarves who rule their mountainous territory and trade by sea has also flourished. It is this trade that has made the country so successful. For the farmlands though as fertile as any other country isn't enough to sustain the ever growing country.
What happens when there are no wonders to be seen?
What happens when the poet cannot dream?
Last edited by Divinedragonslayer; Nov 3 '12 at 2:44pm..
|So, even if you were joking the first time, it was not cool to draw any negative connotations to another person's application in public. First impressions stick.|
|As they say in grade school, "If you don't have anything nice to say, don't say anything at all."|
|Sure, if in context and not blown out of proportions, which I think is happening now, by your reply here, I hope we can drop it now?|
|Joking and being sarcastic is not quite the same, my first impression of your photo-choice sticks as well.|
|I am not a school grader, so don't compare me, and no, I don't think my sarcastic comment has anything to do with grade school, this is imo an underhanded insult equally so, and you should refrain from it, just as your expecting me not to say anything about your taste of photo's.|
And Burning Spear, your taste in women is somewhat disturbing...
|Joking and sarcasm aside, would you walk up to a complete stranger in public and inform them that you thought they looked funny? Most people wouldn't, because they understand that it's rude. While not face to face, this is a similar situation. In fact one could even argue that this is an even worse environment in which to exhibit such behavior as the nature of forums does not allow for certainty that all readers will understand your intent. Clearly this is an example in which your intent has been misunderstood.|
|I don't think Paro compared you all, they merely noted what is said in grade school. I believe that mentioning grade school was meant to imply the childish nature of the situation (i.e. if certain comments could have been withheld then this conversation wouldn't even be occurring).|