(( Crimson Shroud. The gameplay is actually really cool. Sometimes the dice gods are nice and you pull off hilarious victories and moves that you should, in no way, be able to pull off. And it's like 'Oh my God you lucky bastards.' The armor is really specific too. There is literally a ring that gives you +2 protection from Minotaurs, and a magic sword that's all 'HAHAHAHA slice through Skeletons like BUTTER.' ))
((They do add a lot. Oh, I found the coolest game on sale the other day in the Nintendo store. It's a tabletop rp style game and man is it amusing. I nearly died laughing though - your character's archer best friend has a French accent and can 'smell things really well.' YAY stereotypes. You'd love the mage unit. She's sassy as Hell. ))
((Ohhhhh that sort of thing. Yeah, that can lead to electronic things giving up. But if the replacement you found is just old but hasn't been used frequently it should be okay. If that dies too you can get really cheap power strips at tool stores and Target actually...like...I think I got all of mine for less than $9 each. ))
((Oh wow, what a scary dream. Fortunately the chances of that happening are very slim, so I wouldn't worry too much about that. You'll be fine. Enjoy the extra space!))
Name: Rhea Byrne
Height: 5'4" (163 cm)
Weight: 115 lbs (52 kg)
Fears: Rhea is acrophobic and cyclophobic. She has also admitted being monophobic, one of the reasons she constantly keeps her companion Omega by her side.
While Rhea is a necromancer, she works almost exclusively with animals.
At first glance, Rhea doesn't seem like much of a necromancer. Easygoing and cheerful most of the time, she seems like a fairly ordinary, though slightly eccentric woman. ((Still under construction))