Quote from: Delirium on December 17, 2015, 09:29:30 PMThat is in no small part due to how amazingly well he was roleplayed. Kudos until the end of the earth.Tahk he did take them both by surprise by attacking Hasan. We thought we'd broken him a lot more than we had...Awww, thanks. Sometimes he was extremely difficult to play to character. He had narcissist and megalomaniac traits that, when properly manipulated (not just by Corra, but also some others) would result in him acting pretty seriously against his own interests. And made things like not being broke 24/7 an issue. He was perpetually poor because he hated to take handouts, but he would kill any commoner or forgive any crime for enough money, as some people found out.Sometimes separating what I knew as a player and what I knew as a character was difficult. I would often just sit around, thinking of scenarios and how he would react. Like with making enemies with Stellvia and Iancu, which was stupid and would have been unnecessary if not for his pride. Or with attacking Kitrix. I had written down, "if anyone says X about Aria, attack," not expecting that it would be another templar that I barely saw because our playtimes rarely crossed. And when it happened, there was something like three full seconds between him saying X and me convincing myself that I did have to snap and attack him then and there, because I knew that I would probably lose my character whether I killed him--with witnesses, in a horrible location--or not. Or rolling out, fully intending to attack Hasan because Takh thought he could take him (LOL). Anyway, it was a great ride.Anyway, it was hands-down one of my two best characters in Arm. Srsly stop making me want to play again
That is in no small part due to how amazingly well he was roleplayed. Kudos until the end of the earth.Tahk he did take them both by surprise by attacking Hasan. We thought we'd broken him a lot more than we had...
If that's a deal-breaker for you, leave the game.
Ginka sees your tears.......and thinks they are delicious.
And ShaLeah's evil, by the way.
During the Tuluki's fight against our barricade, Sergeant Serasdid--with an inspired display of panic at the fire raining from the sky--causesome of the Tuluki Legion's forces fighting with him to rout.
Sunshine all the time makes a desert.
One thing I'd like to see in arm is more people focusing on how to make the game intriguing, by fillingit with murder, betrayal, and corruption, instead of arguing about how combat isn't powerful enough.
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