Previous threads:http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive.html?searchall=millicent+faux(3 Fate Points)House: Ravenclaw Millicent is Anti-Social. This is the system-specific trait, not the popular definition of anti-social. She is not socially awkward, shy, or lonely; she actively hates people. But she is not a sociopath (she does feel emotions, and she does understand social expectations and rules, and does follow them, and is not manipulative; she just hates people).However, being thrust into an environment where she MUST interact with people, no longer having the safe haven of her own room or of Dad and Mum, and with the threat of being disowned, has forced Millicent to begin accepting more people.This does not mean that Millicent is lonely and wants friends for the sake of companionship or for the sake of friendship; she still feels hatred for people outside of the very small circle of family, familiar, doll, and acquaintance(s).And that hatred will only subside with time, or her being forced to get to know the person better and becoming acclimated to them.Her hatred isn't an uncontrolled thing either, unlike her fear of bodies of water or nausea regarding seafood; she can push down that hatred enough to work with people. People can do things they hate, and be unhappy with it but do it all the same. tl;drPeople have to work hard to be liked or even tolerated by Millicent; Average Joe's can go take a hike, Real Relationships Only.Traits:Near-Death>A fear of large bodies of water and being unable to stomach foods with obvious fish.Hexer>Natural aptitude to hexes, but not trusted by others because of it.Supernatural Luck: Able to refresh a Fate Point on an 8, 9, & 10 on a d10.
>>23527208i found you
(forget about the Nigel/Joel thing it was decided last thread and I forgot.)Olivia smiles as she sets down two plates of full english breakfast. "You're going to need your strength" she says, grabbing her knife and fork with the wrong hands and tucking in. She takes a bite of her sausage and talks with her mouthful. "We're going to have to think up an alibi for you" she says. >Yeah. (make-up alibi with her)>other
What happened to the last thread?
>>23527233>>Yeah. (make-up alibi with her)I'm shit with ideas though, so hopefully someone comes up with something good.
>>23527240I deleted it to start a new one. I made a few mistakes.
>>23527240Everything. Plot bomb, lots of anons freaking out, scraping the archives for clues. Fun stuff, you should read up.
>>23527233>Yeah. (make-up alibi with her)Perhaps something about Tara running off into the Forbidden Forest and getting lost in there. And remember that we need to interrogate the Ravenclaw Door about how we got back into the dorms.
>>23527265Find anything good?
>>23527233>Yeah. (make-up alibi with her)we got lost in the woods chasing tara we are gonna get fat if we keep eating like this.
>>23527233>Yeah. (make-up alibi with her)last thread had an idea that we went after something that had taken Elise from us and ran towards the dangerous forest.>was originally Tara i think but there is no sense in her doing that.
>>23527253We were weary and emotionally drained after everything that's been happened and therefore fainted. Fainting is the proper and lady-like thing to do in periods of high stress, and we are a pure blood.
>>23527291Someone is framing the contestants of Nathaniel's contest, and whoever it was tried to trick us into thinking he was the Headmaster in a dream sequence. But we figured it out and told the real Headmaster about it.Or, the Headmaster we think is the real one is a fake, and the one we met in the hospital ward is the real one, and we just ended up spilling the beans to the BBEG of the year.>>23527305We need to get better at dueling and learning about Muggle fighting tactics so we can start up that dueling club and start exercising.
>>23527233Alibi was getting lost in the forest trying to find Tara.
>>23527331Or they could both be fake, and the real headmaster is a talking plant.
>>23527240There was a thread last night? Man. Sucks that I missed it.
>>23527361Twist of the year.
Man, where's the List of Objectives guy when you need him? I'll just go into the archive and copypaste, I guess:Immediate Objectives__ Research and Build mannequin__ Research Defensive and Inc. Awareness spells__Form a more trustworthy relationship with Joel/Nigel for back-up__Save the WorldSecondary Objectives__Go Patrolling for magical creatures__Get out of being "that" student in Potions__Make-up with parents__Save the WorldLong-term Goals__Join the Quidditch team__Start Dueling Club__Rename Ravenclaw House to Fauxley House__Save the World
>>23527208Sounds like Mary Sue bullshit. Who writes this schlock?
>>23527350>>23527311>>23527305These.I actually grinned when I noticed the thread in the catalog. Fuck yeah, Hogwarts.
You are Olivia both work together to construct the perfect alibi; you were walking around the outer grounds with Tara and Elise when Tara suddenly took Elise and ran off into the Forbidden Forest. You chased after her and got Elise back but by the time you had done this you were completely lost and didn't know your way back. You spend the entire day trying to get back to Hogwarts where you found Olivia waiting for you outside the Ravenclaw dorm. She helped you with the riddle and then called the Headmaster to let him know what had happened. >Work together to find out more about the Trident>Work together to study for Defence Against the Dark Arts >other
>>23527385It was RNG generated. Nothing we could do but roll with it.
>>23527370I thought the last thread was the Saturday marathon.
>>23527398If so, I haven't missed a thing then.
>>23527392>Work together to study for Defence Against the Dark Arts I think at this point we should start collecting parts for the clockwork golem, once we have the golem complete we'll be pretty much set.
>>23527392>Work together to find out more about the TridentMight as well try to finish this quickly so there's less chance for the BBEG to do more shit to us.
>>23527393I guess that's some comfort, anybody coming up with that willingly would be horrifying.
>>23527412>Work together to find out more about the TridentIt's time to get motivated.
>>23527392>Work together to study for Defence Against the Dark ArtsBefore we find the Trident, we need to be able to defend ourselves.
>>23527427Define 'Mary-Sue bullshit'.The term has been used so much that it's lost all meaning and is now used to simply refer to characters you don't like.
>>23527350this>>23527370no... what?>>23527361the heartseed>>23527385get out>>23527387i have it set to show up outlined in red at the top. every time i see it i'm like MMMMM yeah time for some wizardy feels>>23527392>Work together to study for Defence Against the Dark Arts >otherinquire about joining the quidditch team in the future >>23527465this>>23527331 millie with crazy abs
>>23527392>Work together to study for Defence Against the Dark Arts More info about the Trident would indeed be good, but it's not info that is currently applicable until such a situation where we can actually get a hold of it. On the other hand, it's obvious some dark wizard is trying to prevent us from even reaching that stage, it should be our current priority to be able to defend ourselves against this.
With the limited time you have before Defence Against The Dark Arts with Professor Olivier you head over to the library and look around for something useful. Roll 2d100. 65 or less wins. You get two rolls because Olivia is with you to help out if you fail the first role.
Rolled 99, 92 = 191>>23527542
Rolled 49, 8 = 57>>23527542let's get this failure over with
Rolled 17, 67 = 84>>23527542Here we go.
>>23527392>Work together to find out more about the TridentWe need to find out as much as possible, if we intend to keep it or 'loose' it for a set period of time.
>>23527546Muahahaha, oh god I'm so sorry.
>>23527546What did you do!?
>>23527546Oh man, /tg/ dice are always so amusing
>>23527546Millie and Olivia just plain suck at DADA.
>>23527546>99, 923 fucking Degrees of Failure.This constant train of fail is really getting annoying.
Rolled 27, 17 = 44>>23527542
>>23527465The whole description of anti-social seems really fucking Mary Sue, the fact that this chick is in Ravenclaw doesn't help. Oh and it's Harry Potter Fanfiction. People have every right to call bullshit on this stuff.
>>23527592not only did they both pass combined they still pass
>>23527585>annoying>not hilariousFailure always brings out interesting results, too.
>>23527602if you don't like it then go some where else
>>23527392>Accept her help? In the library with no one around? You little fool, we were just ambushed under the same pretenses.>Besides, is it not annoying to have the mudblood hanging around all the time?"...">Now say as I say."I'm sorry Olivia, but until we know who to trust, I don't want to risk you getting hurt as well.">Good, now smile. Think of father and- excellent, just sufficiently melancholic to sound self-deprecating."Maybe we could practice dueling instead?"
>can't wait to see how this turns out.>goodnight gentlemen.
>>23527546Fuck this shit! Fate point!Considering the luck trait if anything its a motivation tu use it for anything we can get away with in a session so long as we dont go under 2.
>>23527602It's because the Antisocial trait we rolled has been a source of debate. Constant and repetitive debate.
>>23527626Cool your tits nigger, I don't stick around quest threads. Just saw this on the front page and thought it was a joke.>>23527636Hey whatever floats your boat man, I don't know the full story here. I was just saying that the character did not seem like something I would expect /tg/ to make.
>>23527602You don't know what a mary sue is do you?
>>23527636Basically this, it was getting to the point where we couldn't make any kind of social decision without causing some kind of argument about character derailment. The description is there to get people to shut up.She's far from a sue, she fails all the damn time by the grace of the dice gods after all
>>23527602mary -sue? Is this a self insert? are characters liking the PC instantly? If anything Antisocial is a device to keep people from playing anything but a very remotely likeable person, and one that has violent outbursts and a cruel streak a mile wide.That is a far cry from mary sue. That is into psychologically disturbed territory, and one step away from serial killer or mass murderer.
>>23527602>The whole description of anti-social seems really fucking Mary SueAgain, why?Anti-Social means that there are mechanical negative modifiers to interactions with people, and is used to describe a misanthropic personality.Second, why the fuck does being in Ravenclaw make her a Mary Sue? It's an academic-focused House, and the character has a slightly above-average Intelligence score, so why not? What about the House makes it a Mary Sue choice?>People have every right to call bullshit on this stuff.No, you have to back up your claims, you puerile idiot. Right now you're just using 'Mary Sue' as a buzzword, like hyperlocal and rightshoring.
>>23527679See: Jerk Sue.Perhaps with time it'll stop coming off as that, but for now I can see where he's coming from.
>>23527675>>23527678>>23527679>>23527694Oy, quit derailing the thread, you lot. We've got mysteries to fail to solve.
>>23527712Just waiting to see the results of my horrible failure.
>>23527707>>23527679>>23527694>>23527678>>23527675>>23527602This whole thing is argument for arguments sake.If it is a sue or not is irrelevant since we are playing it not writing it and we can play it as we damn well want to, via popular vote, regardless of what that makes the character.
You fail to find anything useful or even interesting in your pursuit of knowledge, if fact one book even got hold of Olivia' hair and started chewing on it, leaving a clump of tangled hair on the library floor.Having failed miserably the bell rings for DADA where you both shuffle off to class. Olivier is already waiting for you at the beginning off the lesson adorned in a long black and red cloak with a renaissence mask covering his face. Behind him several students are simularily dressed in cloaks and masks, a human sized puppet sits slumped between them. "Welcome class" says Olivier "for those wandering what is about to happen, you are to be treated to a special preview of "Zeneba! The King of the Sea who faught the Kraken and saved Atlantis!"Roll 1d100 for wizard Lore. 45 or less wins.
>>23527712>We've got mysteries to fail to solve.Key word is 'fail', what with the dice constantly fucking us up.If the Fate Points refreshed a little more frequently, I'd say to use one right now.But given how we roll, can you imagine how fucked we'd be if we're in a really dangerous situation and we ran out of Fate Points?As much as I hate to accept this failure in a subject we're actually supposed to be good at, it's safer to save the Fate Points for now.
>>23527675Do you man? It's a perfect self insert. Harry Potter fanfiction is filled with this crap, don't blame people for pointing out how borderline it is.>>23527679Well man it's a quest thread, so people are self inserting. I don't know about how the characters react to this person because I don't follow quest threads, but those last descriptions sound like some edgy bullshit man. Called a Jerk Sue.>>23527694Again man, check out what I've written. You're playing a schoolgirl with magic powers who's smarter than most others and who's anti-social (not awkward, she just hates people). Sounds like a Mary Sue to me man, it wasn't even an insult. Just an observation. You went full on mad though, no need to get defensive. I was just calling it like I saw it.>>23527712Right sorry about that I guess, it all seemed out of place though.
Will be gone for 10-15 minutes other family wants to use the computer.
Rolled 78>>23527734Before that failure can roll again!
Rolled 34>>23527734Failure again.
Rolled 47>>23527633i laugh every time you post about fate points.>>23527666what ever you say >>23527712this>>23527734
>>23527746Ha, you're one to talk!
>>23527746>>23527749Well shit. Why does the second post always pass?
>>23527746Ohh the irony
Rolled 29>>23527746>>23527546You! Stop Rolling! Ever.I do not care if you are not the same person.
>>23527761because the" i got this" guy isn't here
>>23527745roger that Mrs.Rowling
ProposalStatus: Pending DM ApprovalProposal is as follows: For the quest "Millicent Fauxly and the Trident of Rowena Ravenclaw", the dice roll used to determine the success or failure of an action will be the /second/ one after the initial post instead of the first one.Submitted for Approval: 3/5/2013, 2:20 PM PST
>>23527741I've checked what you wrote and you've given no definition of a Mary Sue.Not only that, but we only score an 18 on our Intelligence score, with a 15 being absolute average, on a scale of 5 to 35. Millicent is NOT smarter than most others. Also, how is being a misanthrope a Mary Sue? Simply being anti-social and above average by a few points makes a Mary Sue? I am mad because you contribute to the usage of the term Mary Sue to any character that you dislike and to its reduction to a useless term. You can't even define the term.
>>23527813/tg/ will just swap the failure on us. You know it to be true.
Rolled 3, 9 = 12>>23527813Maybe we should do the 2d10 thing like how a real life d100 roll works. First roll is 10's place, second is 1's place.
>>23527818>You've given no definition of a Mary Sue>It's a perfect self insert. You illiterate son? And if you're trying to tell me that a misanthropic teenage girl with magic powers who belongs to a faction of people known for being intelligent in a Hary Potter isn't mary sue material than I have no way of explaining Mary Sue to you. Shit I don't even know why you brought it back up, I was about to just leave. Not my fault you can't read and feel the bizarre need to defend this chick.
>>23527818every player character by very existence is above average. The fact that we don't have the elder wand yet is evidence that we aren't a mary sue.
>>23527857we tried that, people bitched.
>>23527857It should give us basically the same range.
>>23527843What are we to do then? Are we to bow down to the Dice Gods, though they have forsaken us?Are we to stoop, head in hands, and beg with tears in our eyes to the very beings that betrayed us?!Are we to give up because there's no point?! Fools! The point is to fight on! The point is to bare our fangs at FATE ITSELF and DARE IT to kill us! For if our fate be failure, let us fail with the wind at our back. Let us challenge Fortune. Let us defeat Victory itself with our proud failures!
>>23527904So what we're going to have to do is make our choices so cleverly that even the dice can't screw us over?
Rolled 76>>23527904if you ask for the dice gods favor they will grant it 9/10 times.
>>23527766You should have seen what I did to Kool'ade
>>23527930But only if you're trying to roll a 90 or below.
Rolled 1, 1 = 2>>23527895Maybe if these were actual dice, but this /tg/ dice's weird-ass randomization.Whatever helps to combat whatever horrible chaos demon has chose to mask itself as a false dice god.
>>23527904Then you would leave the dice rolling arrangement as they are now, and consider very carefully what you said. Perhaps use your brain a bit, and try to get everyone to think too before they rush to roll, out of a deep desire to have their roll taken into consideration.
Rolled 14>>23527904That's a very... overt way of saying "USE FATE POINTS".To which we say "Yes."
>>23527944speaking of which is that quest still once a week?
>>23527964No idea, didn't happen this last weekend.
>>23527873>It's a perfect self insert. That's it? That's all you've got?>teenage girl with magic powers who belongs to a faction of people known for being intelligent in a Hary Potter isn't mary sue materialNo, because that would make every single Witch in Ravenclaw a fucking Mary Sue by your definition. How is this wish fulfillment in a setting where magic is the accepted norm?
>>23527952you know his true name, you have power over him now.
Rolled 6, 8 = 14>>23527994Or I could just be lucky, you never know when that could run out
>>23527988>No, because that would make every single Witch in Ravenclaw a fucking Mary Sue by your definition.I don't think they're all self inserts in a fan fiction story or all misanthropes that still manage to have friends. Seriously man, you're not too bright are you? Shit man I even gave you a pretty basic definition of Mary Sue and you still struggled with it.
>>23528023Ok we get your point. Now can we just drop this shit?Let's talk about how much dick Millie will get once we are in our 4th year.The answer is all the dick.
>>23528020when trying to disprove that you have the dice god by the nuts you get bad rolls. which backs up your statement.
>>23528046Hey man that's always been up to you guys. I'm on a strict response for response basis here. Pretty much only sticking around for a little bit longer to see if I was wrong.
Rolled 4, 7 = 11>>23528056Believe what you want to believe, I suppose.>>23528046Don't you mean all of the pussy?
>>23528056I deny the dice gods and I still get good rolls, always. Never have failed. Explain that.The 7 was mine.
Rolled 6I believe the dice gods are actually just just like... roll timezones. I've noticed that quest taking place in the afternoon (US EST time afternoon) tend to have generally higher rolls than quest taking place in the early morning hours.
>>23527741>Mary Sue>It's a perfect self insertI don't think you understand what those mean. Mary Sues are characters with traits, but without flaws or handicaps. Self-inserts are characters placed into a story for the sole reason of being an author avatar.A trait is something that defines the character. (Intelligence)A flaw is something that impedes the character. (Anti-Social)A handicap is a flaw imposed upon the character. (Asshole Parents)How to determine a sue is simple. Do the flaws and handicaps actually hurt the character in any way? Or are they just on the character sheet to sound cool? It's been demonstrated repeatedly that Millicent isn't great at interacting with people, even when it would be in her best interests. That's a flaw. Having to deal with her parent's rejection of her house has been shown to affect her emotionally and physically. That's a handicap. Her defining trait is her intelligence which she uses to cope with these problems.TLDR: Not a sue.Also it's technically impossible for Millicent to be a self-insert character because she is not under the authors complete control.
>>23528023you are the worst neckbeard I've seen all day.>>23528046but thats lude.>>23528092drawfags are a holy force of nature. You gain the same type of worship as gods from all the cocksucking people give you for your quickets doodles. In other words you are OUTSIDE THE LAW.
>>23528023>>23527602>>23527741>>23527873>>23528023>Shit man I even gave you a pretty basic definition of Mary Sue and you still struggled with it.The only definition you gave was >The whole description of anti-social seems really fucking Mary Sue, the fact that this chick is in Ravenclaw doesn't help. Oh and it's Harry Potter Fanfiction. People have every right to call bullshit on this stuff.>You're playing a schoolgirl with magic powers who's smarter than most others and who's anti-social (not awkward, she just hates people).Unless you made another post with a different definition, I'm not seeing it.Again, being a girl with magic powers is normal for this setting, nothing strange or wish-fulfillment about it. Being smarter than the absolute median by a couple points is within the standard deviation, and isn't anything outrageously special, and is just a part of the character.We don't have NPC's fawning over us even though we're a misanthrope, and the one person we have become a friend with, became a friend because she actively worked to be one, and because we actually share a common background.As for being a self-insert, a self-insert is a proxie or avatar for the author. Since this is a PnP game with us as the players and Millicent as the character, how can the character be a self-insert when the choices made are not under the control of the GM, and are arrived at by majority consensus of the players? It can't, because a self-insert requires full control, and consensus control makes that impossible.Millicent has flaws, which give her tangible handicaps, which she has to overcome during the course of the game, allowing for character growth. A Mary Sue lacks both handicaps and character growth.
>>23528340Alright, so how badly do we fail this time?3 Degrees of Failure, so how bad is it?
so sorry I am not very good with drawinghere is millicent abit older perhaps going to quidditch practice
You know that you've been told the story once in your childhood but can't remember where. Olivia gives you a nudge as she points to the puppet."We could use that" she says, in a low whisper. An elaborate dance ensues as the puppet is enchanted to dance and waltz with the students as the story of the Kraken is told through interpretive dance. When the performance comes to an end the whole class sits in stunned silence, it was horrible, simply horrible to watch. Half the lesson passed by for this performance. Roll 1d100 for DADA lesson. 75 or less wins.
>>23528399I love it!
Rolled 27>>23528414MY TIME TO SHINE
Rolled 83>>23528421Thank Christ.
>>23528421What the hell, I actually succeeded?AW YISS
Rolled 7>>23528421will getting cosnstant good results in DADA help us improve our ability in that regard?
>>23528092Is this a new Maud illustration?
>>23528441>feeling-millie.jpgbut that's olivia... or is it somekind of perverted joke?>olivia's face when feeling millie
>>23528457Just a quick shoop to be more accurate. She has black hair.
Professor Olivier didn't seem to have prepared much for the class to do after the performance, he makes you go over what you learned last lesson in regards to casting protective wards such as the Protego spell. You successfully cast the spell and defend from other student's attack as you change combatant every couple of tries. As the class nears an end Olivia tugs our robe and pulls you away to the corner of the classroom. "We should as to join the production" she says>No way>If it'll get us that puppet I guess we'll have to>other
>>23528461> .. or is it somekind of perverted joke?Perhaps...
>>23528497>If it'll get us that puppet I guess we'll have toWhile sounding unhappy about it."Just as long as I don't have to get on stage."
>>23528399>dem work out pants.draw more
Rolled 1, 6 = 7>>23528497>If it'll get us that puppet I guess we'll have toIt's for the greater good, but damn are we really getting busy.
>>23528508Olivia is totally feeling her up.
>>23528530>Now Millie, show us on Elise where Olivia touched you.
>>23528530No. Not really. I was just joking around and I confused the two when I named the image.
>>23528497>If it'll get us that puppet I guess we'll have toAlso guys, save the dirty talk for after the quest, she's eleven you sick fucks.
>>23528574I read that as "She's Elven you sick fucks"Sounds familiar.
>>23528582Eww.... Elven! D:
>>23528457it was maud in the first place but the artist put blonde hair on her so someone fixed it.>>23528497>no waywe can just steal it
I don't want to continue unless I feel a resounding agreement on what to do has been met. There are other methods to get hold of that puppet and/or another mannequin.
>>23528582Nono, if she was elven, it'd be even worse. whats the aging rate for elves to humans 1 to 10?
>>23528594I'm voting on stealing it or finding out who made it and asking them how they made it.
>>23528582>elvenSick indeed. Who'd want to get on with a fancy-schmancy treehugging elf when there's perfectly fine dwarfs around just waiting to be taken?
>>23528497>If it'll get us that puppet I guess we'll have toUgh. I really don't want to, I really don't, but this is the most solid lead we've gotten on getting a base mannequin for the project. If only that clockwork charm had panned out.
>>23528599i vote no
>>23528609Ditto, we can always find out where the production storage is and go pilfer it.
>>23528621Besides, we don't want to risk ourselves ending as the main female lead in a play.
>>23528607fake bearded dwarf millie with a helmet to big for her head. fund it
>>23528497>otherWe can use the Clockwork Charm to build one ourselves.Or we can steal it after the play is finished.There's no reason to have to subject ourselves to more work that will take away from our studies.
>>23528497this is actively throwing us into social stuff, while a mannequin shouldn't be THAT hard to get by through other means.>no way, we'll find some other puppet.
>>23528599Ask Olivia if she actually wants to join the production with us because she thinks she thinks she would enjoy it, or if it's just for the puppet.If it's just for the puppet, get one somewhere else. If not, reconsider because we'd do our only close friend a favour.
>>23528599Get either another puppet, make one, or steal one.We've got other alternatives, and we can always wait until after the play is finished to steal it.
>>23528655Change my vote to this.
Going with not joining the production. >We'll keep up looking for other options>We could always steal it later>other
>>23528688>We'll keep up looking for other options
>>23528688>We'll keep up looking for other options>We could always steal it later
>>23528688>>We'll keep up looking for other options
Sorry wasting your time tonight guys but I'm just not feeling it. I'll be back tomorrow. Pinkie Swear.
>>23528688>other"I found this Clockwork Charm; want to help me with it?"And hey, it's more getting to know Olivia and hanging out with our only human friend.Elise is still our best friend, and Tara is our familiar, so she's in a different category altogether.
>>23528719I'll get the cupcake ready for tomorrow, Mrs. Rowling.
>>23528719Hey. I'm just happy you started it today. See until then.
>>23528719It's okay if you need a break. The feels in the last thread were magnificent.
Rolled 17>>23528497>>If it'll get us that puppet I guess we'll have to>>23528688>If it'll get us that puppet I guess we'll have towhy put it to another vote when the first one passed?
>>23528719we will be waiting. Its always one of the best parts of the day.
>>23528719I'll try to have this done by tomorrow then!
>>23528910Awesome! A sneak-peak!
>>23528910Yay! A face full of tits for Millicent. 100 points to our drawfag.
>>23528910good work as always my friend. i save every single image posted in these threads.
>>23529026Funny how I gave Maud short brown hair before we knew how she actually looked.
Something that has always confused me is how many students there are at Hogwarts at the same time. My high school had roughly 1000 students spread over grades 8-12 and multiple teachers per subject. Hogwarts seems rather small by comparison in all of the depictions to date other than the books (which doesn't go into specifics).
>>23529054I still like the blonde version of her.
>>23529085Hogwarts isn't the only school and i don't think the population of witches and wizards is actually that big.
>>23529054you should do some alternate art with her like that.
>>23528910Your drawfagging is always inspiring me to better myself.Regards, another drawfag.
So I guess as long as we still have this thread we can turn it into a bit of discussion, perhaps?Personally, I'm predicting that Millie's family has something to do with the big bad either directly or indirectly(those aunts/cousins are prime suspects atm, but I'm not really ruling out daddy yet since he's kind of Millie and Maud's "personal" big bad and other reasons I'll explain below). They're an old pure blood family that has ALWAYS been Slytherin and it was revealed that the Trident was originally lost after being stolen by Salazar himself(if I'm remembering correctly) so it's a possible connection since the artifiact would hold great significance to the Slytherin house as well Ravenclaw. I'm currently suspecting the dad a bit in the thing that happened to Millie as it could get his reputation back by having her claim the Trident after changing houses failed. It would explain why Nigel completely got the boot and Slytherin was victimized while Millie gets privileged info and help instead.
>>23529216I'm fairly sure the whole quest is just a dream one of the house elves is having.
>>23529235I hope that. I'd be pissed off.>>23529216Sounds plausible. Would be a nice twist.
>>23529216>NigelGah, I mean his friend Sam or whatever.
>>23529201reminds me of the staircase they describe in the book were neville has his hissy fit.
>>23529216I don't any one of us will be able to guess Mrs. Rowlings plans. so far shes been keeping us guessing.
>>23527208And I missed it ;_;I am compelled to share this with my HPQ bros.If you want to further increase your HP experience;I waited a very long time for this site to open, then after I took my account I could not dare to get in. I presumed there would be pseudo classes and exams that you would have to study for passing classes. If there is a choice between pseudo-Hogwarts and any university I would pick Hogwarts in a heartbeat and my IRL education would come to an end. This quest compelled me to check it again and it is awesome and not as I expected. It turns out you don't read magic books.http://www.pottermore.com/My accounts CastleKnight4066 and FangMagic18600
>>23529201Hey cool! Stairs!
>>23529314i have an account but i never really got in to it.
>>23529358It's kinda boring at the beginningThen you get a MOTHAFUCKIN WAND ,YES OLLİVANDER ASKS YOU STAFF AND GİVES YOU A WAND at the cost of 9galleons then you get on the Hogwarts Express and little later YOU GET FUCKIN SORTED.YEAH, THEY ASK YOU QUESTİONS THEN YOU GOT FUCKIN SORTEDMy joy when got sorted to Slytherin 3 out of 3
>>23529526I'm in Gryffindor. The selfless warrior type is who i really am.
>>23529314> If there is a choice between pseudo-Hogwarts and any university I would pick Hogwarts in a heartbeat and my IRL education would come to an end.I lack a sufficiently ample vocabulary to describe the sheer depths of idiocy you just sunk to. Words fail me, but I must still try to convey my thoughts. There's hitting rock bottom levels of stupidity, and then there's you. You are a perfect example of everything that is wrong with a fandom. Hell, probably everything wrong with "nerd-dom", for lack of a better term, in the first place.So please, by all means, do find a group dedicated to pretending to learn something that doesn't even exist and abandon all other education. Abandon anything else. I'm not gonna tell you to kill yourself, but you should probably never be around anyone ever again, unless they're on the same level of mind-boggling imbecility as you.
>>23529329I know right, so exciting innit m8>>23529268Mine's more like Generic Castle Staircase #4312994 tbhSomething more quest-related I'm working on; Millie at the library.I'm especially naff at drawing environments, but this quest gives me a lot of ideas which I want to try out, so I end up going out of my comfort zone.
>>23529618> Getting mad at a total stranger on the internet: telling them they're an idiot for their enthusiastic fandom.I'm speechless.
>>23529668Hey! Millie's studying near that mermaid glass-panel thing. Nice.
>>23529618all that typing and >>23529702showed you up with two sentences.>>23529668just saying it reminds me of that part of the book. I really like your art style it makes me want to write a story about a knight fighting dragons in poorly lit castles.
>>23529746>it makes me want to write a story about a knight fighting dragons in poorly lit castles.I'd imagine that castle would be well and truly lit after the fight. Thanks for the compliment! I've never really shown my stuff to strange people online before, so I'm feeling as exposed as a sacrificial maiden chained to a rock. Or, well, not really, but it tied in with your story-idea. Every knight needs a damsel-in-distress.See you all in tomorrow's quest, I'm off to bed now.
>>23529608I remember you said you were ESTPNatural sorting I guessWhy did you guys not asked for a twitter or something from the OP?I don't wanna miss the next one.
>>23529944Because we all like to F5 like crazy everyday, hoping of seeing the quest to be up.
>>23529842yep cliche storys about knights saving bitches from dragons are still good stories. cliche doesn't have to mean bad. night my friend.>>23529944yeah I've just always been like this.Well i've only ever missed a thread from conflicting obligations (still lurked it on my phone) and sleeping. but i just >>23530009set up your catalog filters and check it during the middle of the day pacific time