I live in a hobbit hole. I work in a castle. I wouldn't want to live without stories.
Theoretically female, but use whatever pronoun you wish. Librarian. Nearly 30. Avatar is usually cosplaying as my (male) OC Mac, a rabbit-eared mage courier who works part time in a tea shop. I don't post in character or RP on this account. If you want to know more about Mac or myself, feel free to post a comment or PM me.
I can imagine it's shittier for angels to get the achievements because they can't stay alive long enough. This is the reason why I really dislike this battle format and miss Uncle Kenny's. With his, we all had different classes, so we all had way different stats and powers. That way not one team was overpowered because not everyone could do the same thing. When you give both sides the same exact power, the one with more people is almost always going to be in the lead.
I got 50 kills before I went to bed, I don't think I'll have that much trouble before the end of the event. ; w;
Yeah it wasn't until a few years ago that I knew that every culture had a flood myth. So there definitely had to have been one way back when.
It focused on a set of twins, one a pirate raised by his pirate father and the other a priest raised by their mother who gave the pirate twin to their father after they were born and he came back to town. That was the basic cast list but it eventually exploded. xD So much so that we actually had to make a family tree to keep them straight. lol
Yeah exactly, that's what I'm talking about. I personally assume that a flood drove a lot of the ancient peoples together for a while and then once the flood water receded, they then spread out and kept that in their creation myths.
I've done a lot of Harry Potter but those never seemed to last long. I think my longest fandom roleplay was actually a Sky High one with a friend. My longest roleplay ever was actually an OC pirate roleplay that just sprawled into a cast list that rivaled any J.R.R. Tolkien book. I think at the point we stopped doing it, it had maybe 30 regularly appearing characters and about half a dozen characters that only appeared once or twice before disappearing from the narrative.
I think it kind of shows that either all of humanity started out in the same place and fanned out or there was some sort of really far reaching people that managed to kind of infer the same information to each culture.
If I'm role playing with strangers, then generally it will be a fandom roleplay rather than original characters.
It used to be: "Let me coat your strawberries in my delicious white chocolate!"
Me and an old friend of mine LOVED the description. She even bought me Fondue straight out the cash shop because of it. But it was too "racy" so it got changed to the current description. (Oh have times have changed) The Fondue SDPlus doll description actually alludes to this change.