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    348 KB Deity Quest V Apotheos !!kGkr8vB/r+N 02/13/12(Mon)15:49 No.17932657  
    Previous Threads Here: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive.html?tags=Uraemrys

    You are Uraemrys, the Abdal. You are the god of judgement.

    You are Uraemrys, the Abdal. Beholder of Truth and Grasper of the Infinite.

    You and four other gods have recently created a brand new universe. Thus far this universe has a single planet that holds life. This planet is Apotheosi, that which brings the ascent, named for the intentions each of the gods have for its denizens: Ascending to the brightest hights of morality, morality's darkest depths, the greatest beauty, the most perfect enlightenment, or the most epic of tales.

    You currently hover in the void of space, having left Formless to think about the things you have told him regarding his idea of epic and his intentions for his drakfey. The only thing of particular interest for now is a human necromancer with seven human zombies who marches towards a small group of eight drakfey, one of whom seems to be a cleric of Formless. You have learned that this necromancer was probably given his power by one of Picus' demons, as part of a deal between Picus and Formless to get the humans to attack the drakfey. With the drakfey's immortality gone, you wonder if Formless is still happy with this arrangement.

    You think about observing the conflict, it is after all the worlds first real battle.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)15:52 No.17932681
    Well, it will probably be educational, in an omniscience sort of way.
    >> Apotheos !!kGkr8vB/r+N 02/13/12(Mon)15:57 No.17932735
    You turn your central eye upon the battlefield. The drakfey know the humans are coming, they wait in a clearing armed with naught but their claws, teeth, and powerful tails. These natural weapons would prove more than capable of rending the zombies and necromancer to peices. You wonder if the zombies are even capable of harming the drakfey through their powerful scales. It seems as though even with their immortality taken the drakfey shall be the winners of this fight.

    Of course, there is no predicting how effective the necromancer will be, so the humans do stand a chance.

    The necromancer marches behind his zombies. The look on his face is of one who has to far bought into his troubles to run from them. This man murdered his own tribe out of spite, and though fear now shows deep within his scared mind, there is no turning back for him.

    >> Apotheos !!kGkr8vB/r+N 02/13/12(Mon)16:06 No.17932835
    The drakfey see the first of the zombies pushing its way through the brush. They do not charge, for their bulky form and large wings would put them at a grave disadvantage in the dense trees. They hold their ground, roaring battle cries at one another while flapping their wings to hover slightly above the ground. The cleric, known as such to you only by the way in which Formless invisibly floats so near him, stands cautiously in the back.

    The zombies line up at the edge of the woods. Once they all stand there, the necromancer reveals himself. He, like the drakfey's cleric, hides behind his fodder. Without any visible command, the zombies launch forward.

    The initial clash is disastrous for the zombies. The drakfey require only two or three blows to reduce a zombie into a useless pile of flesh on the ground. But while the drakfey dominate the zombie's charge, the necromancer summons his magic.

    With your divine sight, you can see the soul of one drakfey suddenly rip from its body, which falls inanimate to the ground. The drakfey cleric sees this, and utters some prayer, but before the prayer ends you can see the necromancer propel the draken's ripped soul towards the cleric like a missile. When this projectile contacts the cleric, you can see it shatter the clerics own soul.

    Two drakfey, one warrior and the cleric, now rise from the ground to join the ranks of the zombies.

    >> El_Nazgir 02/13/12(Mon)16:08 No.17932855
    Awesome! but fuck man, you're going too fast, I haven't even decently read up on Deity quest III and IV yet!

    Now I know what to do while waiting for the next post.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)16:11 No.17932876
    I guess this is the destroy your soul sort of necromancy if it is so effective.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)16:11 No.17932882
    Are the dragons still meeting? because that is an chance we shouldn't miss. Also this quest is awesome.
    >> Apotheos !!kGkr8vB/r+N 02/13/12(Mon)16:14 No.17932898
    You can now see the purpose the zombies serve. While their blows are useless against the drakfey's scales, and while they themselves seem ridiculously easy to kill, they prevent the drakfey from easily advancing for the precious fey seconds it takes the necromancer to kill their comrades with his magic, then raise them as reinforcements.

    The battle lasts about two minutes before the conflict stops, and all that is left standing is one necromancer and five drakfey zombies.

    Formless, who you can see to be enraged disappears.

    You feel the first drakfey souls enter the afterlife, it seems Ius was true to his judgement.

    You resume waiting, and watching atop your tower.

    Is there anything in particular you would like to do? Or would you like to wait, and let time move forward, until something of note occurs.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)16:16 No.17932915
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    Okay tgee we need to talk about the dragons, as important shit is going down with them. We have to deal with the dragons. They are splitting up territory and we need to pick a good one for the desert. We want an intelligent and curious dragon that shows a lot of promise. It’s simple whichever one of them gets the desert will find the pillar of wisdom. This dragon will have an edge on the other dragons from the knowledge he gets from the pillar (if he’s curious enough to learn from it). That edge brings him more power, prestige, and mating rights. This means that other dragons along with his descendents will come to value knowledge and will actively seek it out. These dragons now have a stake in the desert as they want to protect the pillar. They then act as a buffer against the dark fey to the south. They also will complement Ur’s work as the value they place on knowledge will be transferred in time to the mortal races. How it gets transferred to the mortal races is simple the dragons are now the biggest baddest things on the planet for the next couple of millennia. If they value knowledge then the other races will also come to value knowledge through their contact with dragons. How we go about doing all this? All we need to do is give a vision to the dragon we think is best. If lus or Picus complain we can explain. We are increasing knowledge in the world and increasing the value placed on knowledge by the mortal races. Also we can explain how knowledge can lead mortals to take themselves to greater highs and deeper lows.
    >> Apotheos !!kGkr8vB/r+N 02/13/12(Mon)16:16 No.17932918

    [It was just moving fast for the fight. Now that that has ended I will slow down considerably just for people like you who need to catch up]
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)16:23 No.17932966
    Man, Formless must feel like a real idiot now, having started this conflict himelf.

    Anyway, I think we sent Ur a vision to remind him to seek knowledge for his people and stop chillin' on that mountaintop? So All that's left might be to check out what the dragons are up to.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)16:26 No.17932987

    I am now picturing Ur flying around on Professor Dragon, dropping knowledge bombs from the sky.

    I want this to happen so badly.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)16:26 No.17932990
    I'm one to think we should probably send our agent agaisn't this Necromancer.

    He's seriously abusing his gift
    >> El_Nazgir 02/13/12(Mon)16:27 No.17933010
    Ah, well, I missed less than I though, part IV wasn't that long, and I still read most of part III when it was on /tg/
    And the fast part was mostly concerning how little time there is between the threads. Other quest threads go for maybe 2 a week, if they manage, but this is the 5th part in just 3 days.
    Actually, why am I complaining? More epicness in a shorter timeframe. There is no negative side.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)16:27 No.17933011
    I think it's dragon time!
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)16:28 No.17933017
    How so?
    >> El_Nazgir 02/13/12(Mon)16:29 No.17933029
    rolled 20 = 20

    yeah, best check up on the dragons. Doesn't make much sense already planning stuff if we don't know what they're going on about.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)16:31 No.17933052
    rolled 58 = 58

    we should check something--when a zombie is killed, does it's soul go to the afterlife?

    Or does a necromancer simply cause nonexistence?
    >> Apotheos !!kGkr8vB/r+N 02/13/12(Mon)16:34 No.17933083
    You decide to be present at the council of dragons. And thus, there you are now present.

    The first thing you notice is the Picus is also here, invisible to the mortals. He greets you with a nod.

    As for the dragons, there are eighteen present.

    "Are these all the dragons on Apotheosi?" You ask Picus.

    "Yes, for now. Ius said that they had to be few in number due to their incredible strength, a judgement I agree with."

    You nod, an action which would be completely unrecognizable as such by a mortal due to the nature of your form but which Picus is capable of reading due to his divinity.

    "Do they have names?"

    He is silent for a moment. "Thinking about picking favorites Uraemrys? You already have a champion on this world."
    >> El_Nazgir 02/13/12(Mon)16:34 No.17933088
    rolled 44 = 44

    We already know that from the human tribes last session. Souls from bodies raised as zombies still go to the afterlife.

    Also, due to our broad definition given to our magic I'm somewhat dissapointed that only traditional necromantics have been used so far. It was specifically mentioned that it held power over death AND life, so it should also include healing etc.
    >> Apotheos !!kGkr8vB/r+N 02/13/12(Mon)16:38 No.17933135

    The mortals soul is sent to the afterlife when it dies. It is possible for a necromancer to destroy a soul utterly, but doing so requires a mastery over the art not yet weilded by any mortal (The human necromancer simply removed souls from bodies). Zombies are animated when a necromancer creates some small, barely worthy of the name, soul into its empty vessel. The necromancer controls this artificial soul and thus controls the zombie. When the zombie dies this artificial soul simply dissipitates, as it i not fully sapient and thus not worthy of the afterlife. The only exeption to this would be intelligent undead, however no necromancer currently exists powerful enough to create a sapient soul (Aside from the gods of course).
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)16:39 No.17933142
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    I think we should explain our goal of wishing for a intelligent and curious dragon to be given the desert as his territory. If pressed we can explain more.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)16:39 No.17933151

    "You know that you are my favourite Picus."

    Then we make a move on Picus. Ends in God sex.
    >> Apotheos !!kGkr8vB/r+N 02/13/12(Mon)16:40 No.17933161

    [It does. Perhaps when Ur gains mastery over the craft we shall see the finer points of necromancy, but the only example given so far was of a necromancer who not only was hellbent on nothing but destruction and rage, but also didn't even earn his powers through study. He was granted it by a demon.]
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)16:40 No.17933163
    rolled 70 = 70

    "Not so. I consider it my duty to collect what knowledge there is to know about this world. If they have names, it is easier to attribute their deeds to an individual."
    >> El_Nazgir 02/13/12(Mon)16:41 No.17933167
    rolled 24 = 24

    /agree. The dragons were to be split up over the world, so we just want to make sure a dragon that shares our viewpoints gets the part with our desert and its pillar.

    The other gods will likely want the same for their holy grounds
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)16:41 No.17933180
    rolled 27 = 27

    We do not want to choose a dragon for the desert, let the dragons work themselves out. For now, we just watch.

    If we are to do anything, after the dragon meet is over we should consider talking with Ur. Just to see why he is sitting on top the mountain, not to push him to explore more.
    >> El_Nazgir 02/13/12(Mon)16:43 No.17933208
    rolled 31 = 31

    Ah yes. I do suppose "true" resurrection (as in, living body, living soul) will still be impossible though. If it was, we'd basically be granting immortality to the powerful necromancers.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)16:43 No.17933213
    rolled 60 = 60

    We can't just make decisions for them. Let them choose on their own--they are clearly intelligent enough to choose where they want to live, and what god, if any, they wish to serve.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)16:45 No.17933235
    rolled 58 = 58

    Supporting these.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)16:45 No.17933244
    guys we'll just give the smart one a vision of the pillar that's all we need to do. He can choose himself we are just giving him more knowledge to make his choice based on.
    >> Apotheos !!kGkr8vB/r+N 02/13/12(Mon)16:46 No.17933248
    "I consider it my duty to collect what knowledge there is to know about this world. If they have names, it is easier to attribute their deeds to an individual." You respond. "Also, if the dragons are to split the world amongst themselves I simply would like to see which of these is to gain control over the lands I favor."

    "If you mean to imply that you wish to take a roll in their dividing of the lands then I object." He states.

    How do you counter-argue?
    >> El_Nazgir 02/13/12(Mon)16:47 No.17933263
    rolled 21 = 21

    perhaps, but are they aware of our existence? are they aware of our holy places? We could just as well get a destructive dragon going to Sarma's forest and burning it down to get a nice warm nest with plenty of cinders to keep possible eggs warm, and stuff like that. I don't think we already know enough about how the dragons work to actually act though, so we should wait until we see what they themselves are actually doing before we act ourselves.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)16:47 No.17933273
    rolled 16 = 16

    We aren't, we are not here to influence their choice, only to observe.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)16:49 No.17933291
    rolled 75 = 75

    I will not take a role in the dividing of the lands.
    I merely wish, as I said, to know about the dragon who will take those which I favour.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)16:50 No.17933305
    rolled 59 = 59

    "I did not mean to imply anything of the sort. I am here to observe the proceedings and discover which dragon will claim the lands I prefer, so that I may more easily focus my attention on that which concerns me."
    >> El_Nazgir 02/13/12(Mon)17:03 No.17933448
    rolled 13 = 13

    I have nothing more to add to this.

    >Captcha: ffederal medicina
    >Captcha, I don't think they have any medicines yet, nver mind a government.
    >> Apotheos !!kGkr8vB/r+N 02/13/12(Mon)17:04 No.17933461
    "You misunderstand Picus, I do not wish to play a role. I wish only to observe. I, and the other gods, know little of your dragons and would like to be prepared for what may occur once they set up nest."

    "I see." Says Picus, "They do have names, and a spoken language. Much like your fey communication is a featured part of their design.

    The eighteen can be lumped into these groups.

    Vorcious dragons, who are driven by greed, envy, and lust. These are Baroro, Elkot, Faringlu, Inchaba, Liturgo, Maluilia, and Mord.

    Ferocious dragons, who wish to be powerful and make others aware of it. Including Ncaturma, Nginaro, Ngwethe, Ninau, and Ornathar.

    Indifferent dragons, who seem to be dis-pleasingly unmotivated altogether. Including Draugorturi, Faunaulaintugo, Ilaiakarat, and Lananang.

    And finally the two arch-dragons. Who are motivated as I am, and are primarily manipulators and deceivers. These are Edatel and Acepiph."

    It's a lot to keep up with.

    cont... though I will check on posts before posting.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)17:07 No.17933495
    rolled 21 = 21

    Ask if he is displeased with the indifferent dragons. Perhaps we could help him by providing them with a motivation?
    Curiousity, perhaps?
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)17:08 No.17933500
    crossing fingers hoping a ferocious or arch dragon gets the desert
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)17:08 No.17933505
    rolled 58 = 58

    Voting against, let's not interfere here.
    >> El_Nazgir 02/13/12(Mon)17:09 No.17933530
    rolled 50 = 50

    So they're basically all engines of destruction, except maybe the indifferent ones. It does seem a bit unfair, having such powerful creatures only under his sway. They might be few to start with, but there is no way humans, fey etc. can defend themselves against them until at least a century later or so, when magic gets more widespread.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)17:10 No.17933544
    rolled 25 = 25

    Well, I think the indifferent dragons are the most interesting. I'm sure Picus only judges them like that from his own point of view. We might as well ask about them or have a better look at them. There is no need to hide this from Picus.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)17:11 No.17933552
    I'm pretty sure the fey can handle themselves. Humans, probably not without magic of some kind.

    I wonder if necromancy is as affective against dragon souls as drakfey.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)17:11 No.17933558
    rolled 70 = 70

    this, I vote we call him on shenanigans. In a eloquent and diplomatic manner of course.
    >> El_Nazgir 02/13/12(Mon)17:13 No.17933573
    rolled 14 = 14

    I'd say, ferocious or indifferent, preferably indifferent. Having any other kind of dragon at our desert would make it a lot harder to reach our pillar. It's not supposed to be easy, but we don't want a dragon eating all life that gets within a few kilometres of it.

    The ferocious would still be a decent choice because knowledge is power, and knowledge is our domain.
    Arch dragon would be very, very counter productive, since it shares its goals with picus, and we want to maintain balance between picus and Ius.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)17:13 No.17933575
    rolled 21 = 21

    Hey, I have an idea. Let's give Formless the impression he might like a dragon champion! It fits his style. Also, he's sure to be babysitted by Picus while he's giving a dragon divine magic or whatever else he might do.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)17:14 No.17933591
    rolled 19 = 19


    holy shit we must do this

    weaponize that guy against Picus.
    >> El_Nazgir 02/13/12(Mon)17:15 No.17933604
    rolled 80 = 80

    remember, we're trying to keep balance and stay neutral, not letting the other gods plunge the world into destruction through war.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)17:17 No.17933616
    This is all in the interests of learning more about the dragons and our fellow gods, mind you. Yeah, of course.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)17:17 No.17933619
    rolled 27 = 27

    Why? it seems like picus might not have determined their personalities, at least not individually, if he is displeased their are indifferent ones,

    Going to disagree.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)17:21 No.17933670
    I think ach dragons don't specifically share their goals with Picus, seems more like they share their outlook on the world.
    >> El_Nazgir 02/13/12(Mon)17:24 No.17933701
    rolled 73 = 73

    >Who are motivated as I am
    That does seem kind of like having the same goals. motivations =/= view on the world, and Picus' motivation is to see how mortals descend towards evil.
    >> El_Nazgir 02/13/12(Mon)17:25 No.17933721
    rolled 81 = 81

    My post was more of a consideration, not so much as "we gotta say that". Imo we should just keep it in our heads, and if it turns out stuff DOES happen where they slaughter the other races, we call picus on it and if necessary, ask the DM to step in, but only if something happens.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)17:25 No.17933724
    Maybe one of the Vorcious dragons' greed extends to wanting all knowledge.

    I think we should try to keep tabs on them to see if any of them are like this. I also think monitoring the Indifferent dragons should be interesting as they the kind with the least known about them.
    >> Apotheos !!kGkr8vB/r+N 02/13/12(Mon)17:27 No.17933738
    "Are you displeased with the indifferent ones?" You ask.

    He is silent for a moment, ". . . Yes, I expected all of them to wish to use their obvious superiority for pride or greed. I suppose a few sapient will always subvert expectation."

    "So you had no handle on their personalities?" You ask.

    "No. Save for that I put them into a situation I thought would form their personalities to my liking, in which I mostly succeeded."

    It seems like you have no way to take claim to the dragon's discussions. You toss around the idea of getting the other gods, especially Formless, involved but decide it would simply create amongst the gods that which you try to prevent, conflict. So you resolve to wait and see how things go.

    At the end, the desert is evenly split down the middle by a indifferent dragon and a voracious dragon. The second arch-dragon claims the mountains surrounding the red-river.

    "Oh yes, and I wanted to apologise for the actions of my demon, Mephisto, who granted a human great power over necromancy recently. He was over-eager to close the first pact of creation and granted to much. I allready voiced my regret to Ius, but hough you as master of necromancy should hear it as well. He is still the demon responsible for any future pacts with that human, but he will not be allowed other pacts for some time."
    >> El_Nazgir 02/13/12(Mon)17:28 No.17933742
    rolled 80 = 80

    Hmmm, actually you're right, greed could include knowledge. It's impossible to say more, let alone judge how the dragons will act, before we study them and their behaviour some more.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)17:30 No.17933762
    Or, he could just be saying that they are as strongly motivated as he is. Besides, those types only ever seem to play well together when it benefits them personally. Lawful Evil, to oversimplify it.
    >> El_Nazgir 02/13/12(Mon)17:30 No.17933771
    rolled 6 = 6

    Yes, he did seem to have gained much power. May I ask what he has given in return, or are the pacts and such affairs to be kept secret from the other gods?
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)17:36 No.17933871
    We find it disappointing that humanity has as of yet failed to develop a language. We should give a vision to a suitable human (or perhaps to Ur) that prompts him to discover one of our ruins, giving him knowledge of sophisticated communication.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)17:37 No.17933873
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    We should have the map around, right? Is this the latest one?
    >> Apotheos !!kGkr8vB/r+N 02/13/12(Mon)17:38 No.17933905

    "The goal of the pacts is to impower the humans to commit evils they normally can't. In other realities, humans will often resolve to do something wicked only to instead do nothing as they lack the power to do as their corrupted morals tell them. Accepting the pact and using it as he did was payment enough, when coupled with the fact that it was ultimately a favor to Formless which I can call in at a future date." He answers.

    You depart to your moon. You look over the world, it seems there is not much left of interest. Is there something in particular you would like to do? Or should you watch time pass until a significant event occurs?
    >> Apotheos !!kGkr8vB/r+N 02/13/12(Mon)17:39 No.17933921

    [ I believe so, though once nations begin to rise I will update it significantly. ]
    >> El_Nazgir 02/13/12(Mon)17:40 No.17933934
    rolled 4 = 4

    Yeah, I think that's the latest. We could add dragon territories on it too now, but it might become a bit complicated further into the game.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)17:41 No.17933941
    rolled 70 = 70

    Observe the two dragons who are sharing our desert territory, and check in on Ur. Otherwise, timeskip.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)17:41 No.17933945
    rolled 38 = 38

    Let's check if Ur started doing anything else after recieving our vision. Other than that, skip time.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)17:41 No.17933946
    let time pass
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)17:43 No.17933977
    It would probably be a good idea to have two different maps for showing dragon realms and national borders, when we need them.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)17:44 No.17933997
    rolled 49 = 49


    Seconded. Also are those fey still in the desert? If so lets check up on those.
    >> El_Nazgir 02/13/12(Mon)17:45 No.17934020
    rolled 68 = 68

    Good idea.

    Also, rolling for this:
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)17:47 No.17934056
    rolled 67 = 67

    We should also check out if the fey did anything interesting yet. They are the race that we created, after all.
    >> Apotheos !!kGkr8vB/r+N 02/13/12(Mon)17:49 No.17934084
    You watch the dragons for a while. The Voracious dragon Elkot Instantly notices the tower, but for some reason abondons investigating it after only a minute. The indifferent dragon Lananang just flies over to a unotable area of sand and lays to rest.

    Ur is trying to communicate with some human villagers near the shore. You believe he is trying to get them to show him how they constructed their canoes.

    Then you watch the world turn.

    cont... (Though as I update I will do so in shorter posts and will keep an eye out for commands, especially as I wouldn't want to skip over an event that you may wish to explore deeper.
    >> El_Nazgir 02/13/12(Mon)17:53 No.17934142
    rolled 36 = 36

    This is still interesting. There were fey in the desert, who just went off course from our pillar. Might need a hint (although we shouldn't make it obvious, wouldn't want the other gods pissed again about giving someone guidance)
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)17:56 No.17934187
    rolled 33 = 33

    Or, maybe we should teach one of the fey magic as well. Seems like they should be a magicky race. There's what, arcane magic, sorcerous magic, necromantic magic, druidic magic and divine magic to choose from? Why not? Seems like the other gods like using necromancy already. No mention of anything but necromancy and divine magic yet.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)17:58 No.17934247

    Maybe the reason Elkot left the pillar is because he saw the Fey.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)17:59 No.17934254

    If they want magic there are sources for them to seek it out in the world. I think personally tutoring them might be giving too much favor in addition to you know, shapeshifting and longevity and everything.
    >> Apotheos !!kGkr8vB/r+N 02/13/12(Mon)17:59 No.17934261
    [They never encountered the obelisk, they simply wandered in and out.]

    The first Lycanthrope is borne. You can tell that Sarma was true to her blessing, for she is beautiful as any who currently exist. You wonder how she will handle Picus' curse when she reaches the age.

    The necromancer does not stop his violence. He travels the land around him (The lands southeast of the desert) gathering any humans he finds and slaying any drakfey. Eventually he seems to begin founding a large village, as great as the one at the foot of mount Ius, using his ever growing army of undead as labor and power.

    Ur learns how to create a canoe, and uses it to travel to the same continent as your obelisk is on. He doesn't yet move towards the desert, however, and instead travels along the shore staying a few days with any humans or fey he encounters. You even see that he has learned a little arcane magic from some of the fey and human shamans to compliment his ever growing mastry of necromancy. The only misfortune for him is that his flesh has fallen from his body in many places, and he must travel in full body wrap at all times else the humans may be hostile.

    The drakfey in the mountains southeast of the desert flee from the necromancer, and escape across the ocean to the lands near Sarma's grove. There they rest for now.

    Aside from the arch-dragons, Picus' monsters still seem idle. But the arch ones do stir the mortals. Edatel can take human guise and has conversations with the high priest of Ius daily, and Acepiph has made himself king of the drakfey near red river, much to Formless' disdain.
    >> El_Nazgir 02/13/12(Mon)17:59 No.17934265
    rolled 39 = 39

    Yeah, been wondering why none of the others have cropped up yet. I had thought that Ius at least would have spread arcane a bit.
    And let's not forget that the pact made by the human was already warlock stuff and sorcery, as it was made by picus.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)17:59 No.17934271
    I think that we shouldn't give them a hint. It is more about them finding the pillar themselves without help. A personal journey, instead of a divine one. But I would like to where those fey are and in what dragon territory of the desert.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)18:00 No.17934284
    rolled 28 = 28

    *shrug* Other gods are teaching mortals magic just fine. Don't see a reason why the fey should be excluded, they are defined as a mortal race.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)18:02 No.17934302
    What are the names of the dragons of the desert? We should investigate them. Especially the indifferent one.
    >> Apotheos !!kGkr8vB/r+N 02/13/12(Mon)18:04 No.17934343
    [unless a significant movement is made in favor of some kind of action, the world will progress further in ten minutes.]
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)18:05 No.17934366

    Keep going. There's nothing too urgent right now.
    >> Apotheos !!kGkr8vB/r+N 02/13/12(Mon)18:05 No.17934367

    [scratch that, five minutes.]
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)18:07 No.17934392
    I don't know. All I can think of is checking out a fey court or something. Maybe check out any fey that took residence on the liquid mountain?
    >> El_Nazgir 02/13/12(Mon)18:09 No.17934426
    rolled 5 = 5

    Ah, never mind, they did spread their magic. All seems to be going decently, nothing specific in need of our attention.
    >> El_Nazgir 02/13/12(Mon)18:10 No.17934442
    rolled 24 = 24

    Hmmm, actually... Maybe check on some fey that have taken up aquatic life in favour of living on land?
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)18:11 No.17934463
    rolled 82 = 82

    We could always see if Ur could do with some sort of companion in his travels, the drakfey, the necromancer and now the dragons exerting their influence could cause serious issues to Ur if left unattended.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)18:11 No.17934471
    rolled 14 = 14

    I vote for observing the fey.
    >> Laurentius 02/13/12(Mon)18:12 No.17934474
    seconding both of these
    >> Laurentius 02/13/12(Mon)18:15 No.17934535
    rolled 87 = 87

    forgot to roll
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)18:17 No.17934566
    I'm sure he can take care of it himself, he's pretty strong after all.
    >> Apotheos !!kGkr8vB/r+N 02/13/12(Mon)18:18 No.17934568
    Most human settlements of significant size have acheived language. Many of the smaller villages on "your" continent have it now as well, thanks to Ur spreading knowledge.

    20pc (20 years have passed post-creation)

    The first Lycan, Arya, has reached adulthood. Unfortunately, her beauty is no longer a thing of pride amoungst her people, for she has been driven from human lands as a murderer. A charge she is guilty of. She now spends her time amoung the creatures of the wood, watching the human civilizations and interacting with those who do not know her whenever she feels she is safe.

    The Necromancer, Falees, is now the effective king of a large settlement, and many surrounding villages. He rules through fear and power, his magics are still nearly incombatable and the only thing restraining his grasp is his ability to lead, for he still seems to want the best for the humans who, in fear or no, choose to follow him.

    The drakfey on "Ius's" continent are now a constant enemy to the human settlements. Ium (The city at the foot of Mount Ius) has reached great size and bounty. The high priest who leads it still speaks with the Arch-dragon-in-disguise everyday.

    The drakfey at red river have begun destroying or enslaving all humans on the continant, and while the fey are very evasive even some of themare slain or captured.

    Finally, Ur now travels into the necromancers territory. He is powerful now, and extremely learned, but you are unsure if he measures up to the dread warlords power, hopefully it won't come to that.
    >> Apotheos !!kGkr8vB/r+N 02/13/12(Mon)18:20 No.17934602
    somehow managed to cut off that liquid mountain has become the capital of the fey. While actual government is anathema to the fey, they have clearly gathered here in the largest number for the places beauty and seclusion. The fey as a species have yet to make any notable advances however, but such is their nature.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)18:22 No.17934634
    Watch ur intently.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)18:22 No.17934637
    rolled 46 = 46

    Focus on Arya. What is her history, starting from the point where her nature asserted itself?
    >> El_Nazgir 02/13/12(Mon)18:22 No.17934646
    rolled 51 = 51

    I guess sending him some kind of warning is too much of a direct intervention... If Ur appears before the necromancer, he'll probably be recognised as the product of necromancy, and the necromancer has been honing his skills for combat, while Ur hasn't. He'd probably be ripped up and studied.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)18:24 No.17934672
    If Arya still hasn't figured how to control her curse, give her a slight hint hint, nudge nudge.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)18:26 No.17934698
    You do realize that direct intervention isn't prohibited, right?
    I say we have them meet, and observe the meeting. Their interests are not anathema, and we could prevent any possible conflict with slight influence. I assume Ur has lost all his flesh by now though, and is currently a rag covered skeleton wandering the world in search of knowledge.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)18:26 No.17934702
    rolled 47 = 47

    I still say we should avoid directly giving knowledge it anyone. It should all be about the mortals discovering knowledge for themselves.

    A vote for watching Ur though. Just watching.
    >> Apotheos !!kGkr8vB/r+N 02/13/12(Mon)18:30 No.17934757

    She is currently a figure of much focus for Sarma, who has watched he intently most of her life. Her fey-like beauty made her very popular amongst the humans, coupled with her more wild nature and she had a constant stream of suitors once she reached puberty. Unfortunately it was shortly after reaching puberty that her true nature asserted itself, and on the full moon she slaughtered a friend of hers with whom she had snuck off into the night. Afterwords she, too confused to hide the incident, was caught by the humans and imprisoned. Her imprisonment lasted one month, then on that new full moon she broke free and ran away to her current state.

    For now the more pressing concern seems to be Ur however, so there you turn your attention.

    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)18:31 No.17934759
    rolled 59 = 59

    I wonder what the other gods have done with their afterlife. We send souls to each of them, but we have yet to see each god's realm. Why not take time to look?
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)18:31 No.17934762
    rolled 6 = 6

    I'm going to mostly agree. However, I think we should telepathically send him a tiny, fleeting sentiment. That we are proud. We're proud he's smart, that he's curious, that he's kind, that he shares. Don't let it last for more than an instant, but make it unmistakeable. We won't remind him often - less often as time goes on, in fact - but remind him right now, just once. I think that should have the effect I want...
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)18:32 No.17934770
    rolled 18 = 18

    I agree with this.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)18:33 No.17934782
    rolled 28 = 28

    So do I.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)18:33 No.17934785
    rolled 42 = 42

    I think that's alright.

    +1 vote
    >> El_Nazgir 02/13/12(Mon)18:34 No.17934798
    rolled 49 = 49

    these two
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)18:36 No.17934823
    rolled 66 = 66

    I think I know the effect you mean. I agree. I expect Ur to have a gentle, slow, positive effect on the Necromancer and his lands. Because Ur is patient, and we're proud of that.
    >> Apotheos !!kGkr8vB/r+N 02/13/12(Mon)18:38 No.17934844
    You watch over Ur while he visits Falees. You do not wish to intervene, but you still want to oversee the events. Ur's arrival is well greeted, the villagers have heard of him, that he is a skilled and knowledged wanderer who aids those he comes across and brings answers to problems. His arrival also draws the immidiate attention of Falees, who invites him to meet in person. Ur is shocked by the abundant presence of undead throughout Falees's town, but makes no aggressive action. When they meet, Falees instantly accusses Ur of being inhuman, to which Ur responds by unmasking. Falees is not frightend, but rather seems excited and asks Ur many questions about his nature and knowledge of necromancy. Ur seems unwilling to share his knowledge on either of these subjects with Falees, and admonishes his use of power before leaving. Falees doesn't stop him. Ur now travels to your obelisk.


    You also do this. Ur stops his travel for a few hours to sit in contemplation before resuming his journey, seemingly lifted of a shadow that had fallen over him after speaking with Falees.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)18:40 No.17934866

    Good man
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)18:40 No.17934875
    I forget; what exactly is at our obelisk?
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)18:41 No.17934883
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    >mfw Ur is an almost exact parallel to Duane from Unsounded
    Well done, Apotheosi. Well done indeed.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)18:41 No.17934884
    rolled 91 = 91

    Good. Let him continue in peace - there's much waiting for him at the obelisk. He'll need to explore the Ruins to find the cypher or decode it himself. He'll be able to figure it out in time, though. We can trust him.

    Let's take a better look at Ium. I want to see what their culture is like.
    >> El_Nazgir 02/13/12(Mon)18:41 No.17934889
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    rolled 18 = 18

    Thank you for the wonderful thread OP. I have to go to sleep now, but I eagerly await reading the rest in the archives. I think I have a new favourite quest series.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)18:43 No.17934925
    rolled 78 = 78

    Knowledge. Tons of knowledge. The obelisk is fucking massive, too - the sort of thing you have to build scaffolding or an entire temple around. It's all encoded, though. If you explore the Ruins long enough, you can assemble the code to decypher it. I assume long and extensive study of it could work too, though.
    >> Apotheos !!kGkr8vB/r+N 02/13/12(Mon)18:44 No.17934947
    The next full moon you receive a prayer.

    It is from Falees, he says that he has heard that you are the god of knowledge and that you are the master of the power he weilds. He says he sees what necromancy has done for Ur, and tells you that he desires the same, immortality. He begs your adiance. You can see a soul of black fire hovering near his ear, whispering to him secrets of divine magic which he then works into his prayers. You feel empowered, and know that even Ius would have no qualm with you giving Falees a short audience after such a display. The question is, do you?
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)18:44 No.17934949
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    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)18:45 No.17934955
    He's going to the obelisk already? A bit quicker of a discovery than I would have thought, and I'm not sure I like that it's happening so soon. At least he'll have to find some way of passing through the desert without succumbing to the sand wyrms.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)18:46 No.17934970
    rolled 63 = 63

    We will speak with him. We won't necessarily give him any knowledge, but we will speak with him.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)18:47 No.17934988
    We must test if he is worthy before all else.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)18:47 No.17934992
    rolled 44 = 44


    I think the obelisk was created to only give knowlege if you were worthy (not giving up in the search for answers)


    Speak with him

    We won`t give knowlegde tough, that's not how we do it.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)18:47 No.17934995
    rolled 96 = 96


    Give him an audience, to deny him of that may force his beliefs towards a darker power. Make it clear to him that you do not approve of the way in which he wields his power, and that Ur's actions embody what you had expected of such a gift.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)18:48 No.17935012
    rolled 13 = 13

    Yes. Let it be a short one though, and let us plant the seeds of doubt into his mind as to the correctness of the path he has trodden thus far.

    Although, if he starts trying to actively worship us, we may have to more directly disabuse him of his more violent inclinations before we accept.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)18:48 No.17935015
    Yes. Let us hear what Falees has to say, but withhold judgement. We should also ascertain the source of the dark fire.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)18:49 No.17935025
    rolled 68 = 68

    Explain to him that Ur is our champion, and that we favor his actions. Ask him why he thinks that a god who favors Ur would also favor him (Not rhetorically-his answer could give insight into the man)
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)18:50 No.17935037

    Say some bullshit, like that only a pure soul can become immortal and that he must atone for the misdeeds he has done.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)18:50 No.17935041
    rolled 27 = 27

    It's that fucking archdemon again. We should really do something about him before/during/after our audience with Falees.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)18:51 No.17935062
    rolled 41 = 41

    While giving the audience, block the demon out of it. It has nothing to do with him, and the guy could probably use a breather.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)18:52 No.17935066
    I don't think that's very awesome. You don't have to be a goody-goody to advance knowledge or humanity.

    No, what we should take exception with is that all his power is borrowed rather than earned. That FUCKING demon, man.

    We gonna have to have a talk with Picus about this.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)18:53 No.17935075
    rolled 83 = 83

    I disagree. Doing such would provoke Picus, and it is in our interest to maintain balance and to not interfere overmuch.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)18:54 No.17935092

    Piccus has already said that he didn't intend for pacts to make mortals as powerful as this one is
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)18:54 No.17935096

    No man, the demon has the right to make a pact, and necromancy can be used by anyone.

    The necromancer didn't work for his power, therefore he doen`s have our favor.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)18:54 No.17935100
    rolled 65 = 65

    This. That's the actual big reason we're disappointed. The smaller reason is that we don't like how he isn't facilitating - and is producing a society counter-productive to - learning amongst his people.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)18:55 No.17935105
    rolled 4 = 4

    I'm >>17935075. Changed my mind. I like what these guys said.
    >> Apotheos !!kGkr8vB/r+N 02/13/12(Mon)18:55 No.17935114
    You decide to give him audience.

    The world around him freezes suddenly. You see the soul of black fire disappear in fright. The walls of the room he resides in are suddenly turned to obsidian, the windows let not the light of the stars in but rather are taken up in enirity by large flaming eyes with hourglass pupils. Before him you appear, at first in your natural shape, to which he responds as all humans. Once you have shifted into his image of perfection you look upon yourself to discover that you a an obsidian human skeleton.

    "I am Uraemrys, the Abdal. Beholder of Truth and Grasper of the Infinite. What is it you have to say before the god of judgement?"

    You aid his mortal mind in unfreezing, so that he may speak.

    "My Lord! I hope to hear that I please you by working your craft as I have on this world! But I am in distress! For I am, as you are undoubtedly aware mortal. And though I yet have much to bring to this world in your honor my thread runs thin and I risk death. I am sick, and growing old. Grant me the perfection you granted your other servant Ur. Or at least tell me how I may gain the knowledge of how to be like him for myself.!"
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)18:58 No.17935160
    rolled 86 = 86


    He's done nothing but work against the other races on this land, and has been swayed by a demon, I say we do not grant him the immortality he seeks, mostly because of the demon that has his ear.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)18:59 No.17935186
    rolled 74 = 74


    I wouln`t word it like that, say that he hasn`t earned a thing since all his knowledge of necromancy comes from a demonic pact.
    >> dice+1d100 Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)18:59 No.17935190
    " I am the god of Knowledge. It is the nature of knowledge to flow from one mortal's mind to another, through speech or text or other forms of communication, and nothing brings me as much pleasure. I have granted that knowledge once. If you desire it, petition he who knows it, that it may flow to you. Become Ur's disciple, and he may teach you, if he judges you worthy"
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:00 No.17935194
    rolled 70 = 70

    maybe we should tell him about the obelisk?
    >> Alpharius 02/13/12(Mon)19:00 No.17935198
    rolled 29 = 29

    Give him a chance. Don't give him knowledge, but the potential of knowledge. If he braves the desert to our Obelisk in the desert and there prays and meditates on his life, and worships Knowledge and the advancement of civilization, he may prolong his existence in this world. However, before so doing he must cut off contact with the demon. We are pleased with his knowledge, and the development of civilization, but wish that he tempers his avarice for power with compassion for those without. Walk the true path. He is too close to Picus to truly worship us, and must deny the demon to achieve immortality.

    If nothing else, he needs a chance. Nothing is freely granted, but neither should his request be denied.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:00 No.17935200
    rolled 14 = 14

    Tell him that while his goals might be good, we dislike his manner of use of our necromancy. There will be no freebies. However, tell him that the knowledge is out there, in the world, if he wishes to look for it.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:00 No.17935203
    rolled 11 = 11

    Explain to him the reasons we like Ur - the reasons we're proud of him. Explain it doesn't have to do with the necromancy, it has to do with his character. Explain to him that he's been aided by Picus at the behest of the Formless, that you had no input in his gain of powers. Explain that the only way we would give him such a power is if he, like Ur, were to devote himself entirely to knowledge - not empire, not hate, not greed. Our favored are wanderers and scholars, not kings.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:00 No.17935209
    rolled 87 = 87


    Roops, rollin'
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:01 No.17935223
    rolled 17 = 17

    >> mick824 02/13/12(Mon)19:01 No.17935228

    i vote for these three
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:02 No.17935230

    I like this a lot, but do it like >>17935200 and don`t tell him about the obelisk
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:02 No.17935239
    Somehow I can't help but picture human interactions with eachother in a very Sims-like fashion. Maybe it's the whole observing from above thing, or them having their own language.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:02 No.17935240
    rolled 63 = 63

    I like some combination of these.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:03 No.17935254
    rolled 30 = 30

    I'm picturing it like Black and White.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:03 No.17935258
    dumbass doesn't know that necromancy can heal that sickness.... uneducated fuck. Tell him that necromancy can heal, and that there are greater possibilites. Nothing more.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:04 No.17935265
    I don't think we should be telling mortals about the godly infighting and such. Just tell him that we disapprove of how he isn't earning his power for himself and that's why we won't grant it to him. Tell him that if he makes the titanic effort needed to study and understand his powers of necromancy and journeys to the Obelisk he will be able to craft his immortality.

    But it will be his own hand alone that it comes. Let him know that right out. We need to put our foot down, the demon will not grant him immortality.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:04 No.17935271
    rolled 88 = 88

    "Your demonic pact-giver has given you expectations of gifts. My favor is not given, but earned. Ur is my champion because he was the first being to seek knowledge for knowledge's sake. I have given him his gift so that he may continue his own goals, as they are in line with my own.

    You will die, mortal, but do not despair. I am the judge of forgotten souls. If your life reflects a desire to learn and advance your fellow men--not to gain power--you may yet return from the grave. But it is yet to be decided. You may make pacts, but you are not entitled to any power at all."
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:05 No.17935277
    rolled 52 = 52

    "Your lifelong dedication to the pursuit of knowledge has pleased me, and thus I grant you this audience. However, your knowledge is not your own. It is ill-gained through the toil of a demon, rather than your own endeavors. Therefore forswear all other magic but that of necromancy, and it may be that in the fullness of time you shall discover the secret to life eternal before death claims you."
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:05 No.17935278
    rolled 76 = 76

    He's been using necromancy like a hammer rather than a paint brush or a scalpel, as it could have been. Creating crude, slave-like souls instead of beautiful works. Harming rather than helping. He's a disappointment.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:05 No.17935280
    Agreed. Better he piss around with ruins until he dies.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:05 No.17935284
    rolled 16 = 16

    Upvoting this.

    If Falees wants immortality, he must earn it through learning how.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:06 No.17935297
    "You use magic of my domain, but you were granted it by a demon. Your magic is unfortunately borrowed and not earned. I do not despise you, but I cannot favour he who has power for the sake of power."
    "Further, I look upon your realm and see little but grief, not conductive to learning, knowledge, or justice. Perhaps some day you will be worthy to be a Lich, but the path there will not be an easy one, and you must find it for yourself."
    "Should you find the path, and journey towards enlightenment, then you will find what your soul seeks."
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:06 No.17935301
    rolled 24 = 24


    I'm supporting this too, we must promote earned knowledge.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:06 No.17935303
    rolled 3 = 3

    What are the elementals up to? Angels and demons are doing what their masters want, abominations are locked away, sarma didn't make any immortals (right?), and our elementals are... around somewhere?
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:07 No.17935317
    HArdly! look at what he has done! he sees necromancy as the highest art. Hes has done beautiful things with it, forming his own kingdom, and reshaping the land. Look at our form, a human skeleton!
    He venerates us and our gift of necromancy above all else! the least we can do is point him in the direction of the desert!
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:08 No.17935336
    rolled 24 = 24

    Elementals just keep the balance, keep the order, keep the peace. They are without agenda. Collectively, anyway.
    >> Apotheos !!kGkr8vB/r+N 02/13/12(Mon)19:08 No.17935339
    "You call yourself my worshipper, but you do not worship me. I am the god of knowledge, even before you knew my name you could have worshipped me by holding that value high. Yet as I have watched your life I see you value only one thing, power. You slew your friends for power, driven by anger the cause of which was lack of power. Once you gained power, you concerned yourself with the amassment of little else. You do seem genuinely concerned for your people, but even they are not your true goal. They are but a medium through which you express, to the world and to yourself, power. You have already a master, and that is the one who told you how to summon me. But, I do not deny you completely what you seek. You may still choose to become my worshipper, and persue for yourself the knowledge to do what you seek. There are two sources for this. One is Ur, who you by speaking to know will not aid you as you are now. The other is to journey to my holy place in the desert, where I will only grant you what you seek should you have proved to worship ME. You may work my magic, Falees, but you do so not through knowledge as I would have it but through deals made in lust of power. You know what you must do to gain what you seek. Goodbye."

    You depart.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:09 No.17935350
    rolled 86 = 86

    I honestly think we should urge him to give up his kingdom and go seek Ur at the foot of the Obelisk as a tutor. I think Ur could help him in ways he needs. I think Ur could make this dark soul wonderful.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:10 No.17935368
    >our gift of necromancy
    We gave no such gift to Falees. He brokered a pact with a demon for this knowledge, and he did it merely for the sake of the emotions of revenge, and for power.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:10 No.17935384
    we created necromancy. it's our gift to the world.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:11 No.17935389
    rolled 49 = 49

    What does Falees do now? Brood? Rage? Weep? Leave immediately? Commit suicide? His reaction is very important. I would like to see it.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:11 No.17935402
    >> Godavari 02/13/12(Mon)19:11 No.17935407
    rolled 56 = 56

    Now let us watch Falees from afar and see how he takes our advice.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:12 No.17935414
    Elementals are currently dormant. Their aid is not yet necessary.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:12 No.17935422
    It's more like someone regifted the gift to him.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:12 No.17935426
    Yeah, this.
    >> Laurentius 02/13/12(Mon)19:13 No.17935438
    rolled 35 = 35

    This, let him soak in what we've told him for a while and then return and tell him that if he wishes to redeem himself in our eyes he must give up his throne and seek out Ur to learn under him
    >> Apotheos !!kGkr8vB/r+N 02/13/12(Mon)19:18 No.17935502
    Picus is waiting for you on your moon. You review your previous action quickly, scanning for something you may have done to anger him, but he speaks.

    "The Fey have added two things to this world. Both are the product of promiscuity. What were your intentions for them when you made them Uraemrys? A fey and a dragon this time."

    You glance down to Falees, and see him knocking over the furniture in his room, shouting at nothing.

    "A fey and a dragon copulated?" You ask.

    "Female fey, male dragon." He responds.

    You have a difficult time picturing the event.

    "So... You want input in the creation of a new race?" You ask.

    "I don't want anything to do with it. Call any of the other gods to you if you wish to have their help, but I give you right over the dragon half of this half-breed, so it isn't necessary. Just be sure to tell Ius what your final plans are." He departs.

    Well the first feature you decide on is nothing significantly larger than a fey...
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:18 No.17935511
    >mfw Ur is an almost exact parallel to Duane from Unsounded

    Not really an exact parallel, but I can't help but picture him looking like this now.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:19 No.17935518
    rolled 68 = 68


    We shouldn't go out of our way to turn him to us, it should be his decision to forsake what he has 'created' so far to travel to our obelisk, forcing an ultimatum on him would be counter-productive
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:20 No.17935530
    >dragon half of this half-breed
    >dragon half

    Is anybody else who has some familiarity with late 80s and early 90s anime thinking what I'm thinking?
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:21 No.17935552
    rolled 15 = 15

    I honestly want to say 'drakfey.' Dragon + Fey = Drakfey. Drakfey + Fey = Fey. Drakfey + Dragon = Dragon.
    >> Alpharius 02/13/12(Mon)19:21 No.17935556
    rolled 33 = 33

    I have an idea. Make their descendents Drakfey. That should prevent fey and dragons from coupling again, and it'll seem like a concession to Formless.

    Also, keep watching Falees. He might not know it, but we've taken a very close interest in how he develops, for good or ill.

    If all fails, we might meddle a little bit, at least to rid him of demonic influence. Then he can develop on his own from there.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:22 No.17935567

    That sounds like a good plan to me. Not sure if Ius would approve though.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:22 No.17935569
    Why didn't we make the fey true-breeding, again? Would have saved a LOT of trouble.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:22 No.17935572
    rolled 86 = 86


    Make it some ugly looking thing. Perhaps some kobold sized derpy looking drooler.

    After all, if something powerful results then it might incline the more ambitious dragons to make more for minions or something,
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:23 No.17935583
    >Dragon and fey mate
    >It's not a drakfey.
    We should give it to Formless because why the fuck not.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:23 No.17935586
    rolled 21 = 21

    I think Ius would outwardly disapprove, but internally put on a trollface aimed at Formless. Everyone wins.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:23 No.17935588
    rolled 43 = 43


    Drakfey, but with one notable alteration: it's temperament is determined by that of its mother, rather than that which is typical of a drakfey. How this interacts with standing drakfey politics should be interesting
    >> mick824 02/13/12(Mon)19:23 No.17935589
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:24 No.17935594
    I say we get Samara's input to make the race pretty and score some brownie points with her.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:24 No.17935595
    rolled 98 = 98


    I personally REALLY DON'T want the offspring to be drakfey. There has to be a better alternative.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:24 No.17935599
    rolled 24 = 24

    Because they're horny as fuck. The world would slowly but inevitably become 100% fey.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:24 No.17935605
    Shit, we made the Fey horny little fuckers, didn't we?

    I suppose we just make them more studious versions of drakfey. you know, less scales, claws, and muscles, more huge brains.

    After all, the dragons themselves are quite intelligent, and the fey are made to be malleable in mind--lets capitalize on this. Minimize physical attributes, give them softer scales, and small claws--more graspers than claws- and make them very intelligent and magically receptive.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:25 No.17935615

    Drakfey, I'm betting, it's the only other mortal race they haven't bumped uglies with yet.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:25 No.17935618
    rolled 38 = 38

    Hah, drakfey with the temperments of either dragons OR fey? That's hilarious and perfect. +1
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:25 No.17935619
    rolled 29 = 29

    Yes. High-rollan'
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:25 No.17935620
    We can make them true-breeding with everything they haven't already dicked around with at this point, I suppose.

    But having it be a drakfey is honestly the most reasonable outcome. And Formeless will owe us one.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:25 No.17935629
    >I suppose we just make them more studious versions of drakfey. you know, less scales, claws, and muscles, more huge brains.
    Good idea.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:25 No.17935630
    Cue Sarma coming up to us and saying "I accidentally a demigod, wat do?"
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:25 No.17935632
    Well, Picus DID give us authority over how the dragon half expresses itself. We can make it as vestigial as we want.

    Our mistake with lycans was to make them too powerful. Assuming we decide that there CAN be offspring, which I'm disinclined to allow, let's not make the same mistake again.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:26 No.17935638
    We should ask which dragon sired the thing-I suspect it was one of the Indifferents
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:26 No.17935645
    Oooh, that's good. A sub-breed of Drakfey.

    Let's make them more even-tempered too, how about.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:27 No.17935659
    rolled 43 = 43

    Agreed. We should also do something to curb the feys' promiscuity.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:28 No.17935668
    rolled 75 = 75

    The sub-breed sounds like it'd become a ruling or mage class for the drakfey. It might strengthen them even.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:28 No.17935672
    Perhaps we can make it a permanent social taboo among them to breed as anything but true?
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:28 No.17935675
    rolled 97 = 97

    I agree, but not for biological reasons. I want them to be biologically identical to Drakfey, but slimmer, smarter, and more sociable simple because they don't grow up in the hard, rough culture of normal drakfey.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:28 No.17935676
    rolled 52 = 52

    Vote for drakfey with a different temperament. I guess.

    ...we're losing out on the scene of drakfey+fey copulation this way, guys, I hope you know this.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:29 No.17935687
    rolled 33 = 33

    We can''t make the offspring of this new coupling too powerful, we've already been shown what the dragons are like, if we give them overly-intelligent offspring, what's stopping them from breeding with the fey simply to create a new race of minions for their own purposes? Essentially relegating the feys to a race of breeders for the dragons.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:29 No.17935688
    rolled 15 = 15

    Nah, the fey are acting exactly as intended. Petty, capricious, and curious.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:29 No.17935689
    They can be as promiscuous as they'd like, it's just that it shouldn't necessarily result in viable offspring.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:29 No.17935691
    rolled 78 = 78

    Rollan in support of both of these.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:29 No.17935693
    Can we find out which of the dragons this was? Depending on what kind it was could have an impact on the behaviour of the offspring.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:29 No.17935702
    So, what'll happen when a drakfey mates with a lycantrophe?
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:29 No.17935703
    rolled 17 = 17

    Comes too close to affecting free will. Perhaps just impose some kind of negative consequence?
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:30 No.17935707
    Which is why if we make it even-tempered and unambitious it would be the ultimate time-delayed troll.

    Formless will see them and think OH FUCK YES SUPER DRAKFEY LEADERS.

    Then 1000 years from now they will be reclusive enclaves with a bunch of powerful brutes guarding scholars who don't want to really interact with the world.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:30 No.17935708
    What happens when a skeleton mates with a fey?
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:30 No.17935709
    rolled 60 = 60

    I like this idea. A studious, intelligent drakfey is rather unlike the norm for their people, I'm guessing. Formless probably won't have a problem with it. Picus I'm not sure about, but he might be intrigued by the possibilities of hijacking Formless's race for his own devices.

    Also, weren't we going to give the other four gods champions as well? We're a bit tardy with that if we're still rolling with that plan. Even if we don't get around to it soon, we should keep it in mind in case one of the other gods decides to spring it on us at a crucial moment, or as a trump card of our own during high-power negotiations.

    Also, make sure we continue to keep a close eye on Falees. He has great potential that might swing either way. If he starts to really go contrary to what we intended, I propose we send him a stern psychic message, speaking directly into his head. A last warning, if you will.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:30 No.17935714
    rolled 77 = 77

    It makes a fey.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:31 No.17935729
    rolled 16 = 16

    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:31 No.17935731

    If it was one of the manipulative or greedy ones, I bet they got it on just to see what would happen and try to create a more powerful race for them to use.

    One of the apathetic dragons, eh, I don't know then.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:31 No.17935741
    I don't know what the offspring will be, but one thing is for sure...

    someone gets boned.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:32 No.17935752
    rolled 80 = 80

    Badump tish. Let's let Apotheos write up the next part now.
    >> Alpharius 02/13/12(Mon)19:33 No.17935754
    rolled 55 = 55

    Fuck 'em. This is a matter between Picus and us, and he ceded all responsibility. We'll politely let them know what we've decided, o'course.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:33 No.17935759
    rolled 52 = 52


    Support for at least asking formless, he'll get pissy if we don't and his tantrums might be dangerous
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:33 No.17935760
    rolled 62 = 62

    rollan for asking Samara for input on the race.
    >> Apotheos !!kGkr8vB/r+N 02/13/12(Mon)19:33 No.17935764
    You think about it for a while. The answer that pops into your mind shocks you with how obvious it is. You decide you will have fey-dragons breed as a subrace of drakfey. They will be thinner than their normal relatives, and will be possessed of a greater and calmer intellect worthy of their ancestry.

    That was easy. appear before Formless. You are now in a cave somewhere.

    "Formless, Picus recently came to me to burden me with the responsibility of shaping the result of a fey-dragon cross-breed. I have decided to make them drakfey."

    He looks at you, "Really? That's what I was hoping would happen."
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:33 No.17935765
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    If the gods want champions, they'll choose their own. No need for us to butt into their business.

    >You glance down to Falees, and see him knocking over the furniture in his room, shouting at nothing.
    >our face when
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:34 No.17935774

    Well shit, that was a bad idea then
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:35 No.17935777
    "Cool. You owe me one."
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:35 No.17935783

    "Excellent, now I only have to tell Lus about it and we will be done"
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:36 No.17935794
    rolled 69 = 69

    Whelp. Let's break the news about the modifications.
    "They will ofcourse tend after their parents to some extent, and will be calmer and a little less strong."

    Anyway this seems like a good idea. We don't want Formless ragquiting or anything.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:36 No.17935795
    rolled 62 = 62

    "Consider it an apology for getting the Drakfeys' immortality taken away. I'm going to tell Ius now."
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:37 No.17935809
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    Oh usdammit, you were behind this too, weren't you.
    >> Apotheos !!kGkr8vB/r+N 02/13/12(Mon)19:38 No.17935830
    You are a little uneased by his response.

    "Picus gave me sole responsibility over their form. I chose this in part for your sake."

    "Thanks," He says sincerely,"I thought if it went to you that you might just take it to Sarma and design something totally different."

    You nod, "I shall inform Ius now. Goodbye Formless."

    You appear to Ius.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:39 No.17935840
    rolled 36 = 36

    Hm. Formless set this up. Might have set up the lycanthrope thing too. Seeing as he is "That God", he's probably trying to set up the eventual creation of a mary sue.

    Obviously, we must sabotage this plan.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:40 No.17935854

    Be short and to the point. A fey and a dragon got it on. We decided to make the offspring a subspecies of drakfey. No big deal.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:41 No.17935867
    rolled 15 = 15

    No he didn't. He's just immature and feels left out. He wants to be cool and he's a little autistic. It's not a big deal. He doesn't plan and think things out, he acts impulsively and does stupid shit. He's not bad, just... really lame.
    >> Godavari 02/13/12(Mon)19:42 No.17935869
    rolled 41 = 41

    Inform Ius of our creation. While we're here, we should also ask if he has any pressing concerns that we might help with, or at least hear.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:44 No.17935906
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    rolled 5 = 5

    Unless...that's what he WANTS us to think.
    >> Apotheos !!kGkr8vB/r+N 02/13/12(Mon)19:45 No.17935920
    Ius is in his temple, watching Ium.

    "The fey and dragons copulated, I decided to make the outcome drakfey." You tell.

    He nods, "That was a smart choice. We don't want to overburden ourselves with too many races, and this will probably help to calm Formless down after the drakfey immortality incident."

    "I thought the same." You say, and prepare to leave.

    "Uraemrys" He says before you do.


    "What do you think of Picus?"
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:45 No.17935922
    rolled 54 = 54

    We must make a drawback to these new drakfey.
    Also, do something about those Fey!
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:45 No.17935927
    rolled 65 = 65

    No. Picus is the Magnificent Bastard. So are we. The rest aren't.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:46 No.17935946
    rolled 2 = 2

    Now you're in denial!
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:48 No.17935970
    rolled 81 = 81

    "I like him. He doesn't play like me, but then again, none of you do. His ideas are interesting, though. And he doesn't try to control everything - like his dragons. Some of them turned out in a way very different from how he wanted because he gave them total freedom. I'll be interested in seeing what all he has planned."

    I think Picus and Ius should get a dirtyhot hatemance going.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:48 No.17935972
    The two of you are similar in some ways, yet opposite in others.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:48 No.17935975
    he's a balancing force agianst you. with out evil there is no good with out the darkness how can their be light. we remain as a balancing force.
    >> Godavari 02/13/12(Mon)19:48 No.17935976
    rolled 70 = 70

    "You and Picus have opposing goals, and I have a stake in neither. I'm not sure what you mean by your question. Care to elaborate?"
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:49 No.17935993

    Adversity is necessary for change and growth. Although it is also necessary to keep that conflict in balance, lest our creation rip itself apart.
    >> Alpharius 02/13/12(Mon)19:49 No.17935995
    rolled 70 = 70

    I'm a bit concerned with his meddling, but he seems forthright and honorable despite that, in his own twisted way. I don't think he'll do anything to unduly upset the game, even though he acts in direct opposition to you. He plays the game, same as the rest of us, and if he loses he won't throw a tantrum and flip the board over like Formless might. I honestly think that the two of you have a lot in common, but it's sometimes difficult to see that from where the both of you are standing.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:49 No.17935996
    rolled 15 = 15

    Picus is indeed troubling. He seems intent on subverting a great deal of the mortal world to his will, for the sake of causing conflict. However, we see no necessity of intervention yet, not until he or his followers begin to move more aggressively. But if things should come to dire straits...we shall be ready.

    At present, one of those to whom Picus has granted power may prove problematic for us. We intend to observe the situation further, but we shall only intervene if absolutely necessary. We advise you to proceed with caution and follow a similar course of action.
    >> mick824 02/13/12(Mon)19:50 No.17936011
    formless kinda reminds me of a kid who read comic books about superheros who kick ass and is easily amused by explosions and fireworks, and by joining our game of gods he thinks he might be able to live out his fantasies of heroes and villains. in short: i don't think he's a That God, just a newbie who just very new to all of this
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:50 No.17936014
    rolled 6 = 6

    "I don't always approve of his methods, but I cannot deny his commitment to fair play"
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:50 No.17936020
    rolled 28 = 28


    Derp, forgot my roll
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:51 No.17936032
    rolled 7 = 7

    This, except more loquacious.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:51 No.17936035
    rolled 97 = 97

    Vote for this, cause I dislike most other replies. What the hell does Uraemrys have to do with good and evil?
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:52 No.17936047

    Well then it's a good thing we're around to help him out.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:52 No.17936051
    rolled 75 = 75

    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:52 No.17936056
    rolled 29 = 29

    >IT'S A TRAP
    Uh-oh, loaded question. Proceed with caution.

    First ask why he wants to know, and then depending on his answer give the following response:

    "His actions are motivated by intellectual curiosity, not actual malevolence. He seeks to learn all he can about those aspects of mortality that most perceive as negative. In my opinion, this is commendable, for to truly understand something one must study all its facets, unburdened by prejudice for or against any particular influence.
    >> mick824 02/13/12(Mon)19:53 No.17936064
    i think i'll vote for these
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:53 No.17936067
    I guess we should mouth off about Picus' and Formless' intentions as they described them themselves, including that Picus' were not perceived as contradictory to Lus's ends of civilization, and that Formless wants to stir up conflict.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:54 No.17936080
    I agree with this.

    While Ius and Picus have different ways of going about it, they really do want the same thing.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:55 No.17936093
    This is pretty good too. God of knowledge, woo.
    >> Apotheos !!kGkr8vB/r+N 02/13/12(Mon)19:55 No.17936103
    "He is fair," you state, "He is commited to the proper play and while his goals may be questionable his methods thus far seem exemplary.

    Even his goals need not be seen in a negative light, you agreed when I told formless that a gem is all the brighter when surrounded by flaw? What he adds to this world is flaw, its up to you if you see that as an act of war or if you use it to make good all the brighter. I recommend the latter."

    He nods. "There is a soul we are fighting over right now, a very important one. I was concerned he may be using unfair methods to turn the soul in his favor, and was preparing to do the same. But perhaps your right." He seems lost in thought, so you leave him.

    You are now back on your moon, alone.
    >> mick824 02/13/12(Mon)19:56 No.17936110
    i'll vote for this as well
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:57 No.17936125
    rolled 51 = 51

    Time to observe Falees.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:57 No.17936127
    rolled 50 = 50

    This. It doesn't matter exceedingly to us in the end whether good or evil triumphs. We seek only the spread of new knowledge, and whichever system is most conducive to such shall suit our tasks.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:58 No.17936133
    check on Ur and Falees real quick.

    if they aren't doing much interesting check on the abominations.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:58 No.17936135
    rolled 27 = 27

    Wait, WHAT? Don't you just casually slip that in there at the end of the conversation, Ius. WE are the god of the afterlife. WE are the overseer of death, and the judge of the dead. Why were we not informed of this conflict?

    Investigate this immediately, and make our displeasure known thusly.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:58 No.17936143
    rolled 73 = 73

    Just timeskip now. Unless there's something else going on?
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)19:59 No.17936146
    rolled 34 = 34

    >There is a soul we are fighting over right now, a very important one
    Eh, can't be a coincidence, we better see what Falees has gotten up to since we last saw him.
    >> Godavari 02/13/12(Mon)19:59 No.17936147
    rolled 92 = 92

    Let us check up on Falees.
    >> Apotheos !!kGkr8vB/r+N 02/13/12(Mon)19:59 No.17936152
    [Actually I am going to end this thread here. We only have around 30 more posts to autosage anyway and I have to go. Someone please archive. Everyone remember to upvote. And I'll see you either wednessday or thursday around the same time.
    >> Alpharius 02/13/12(Mon)19:59 No.17936160
    rolled 24 = 24

    I'll have to agree. We're the proper arbiter of this dispute. Why were we not informed? We all agreed at creation that we would judge the dead dispassionately and fairly, and I feel somewhat put out that we were circumvented entirely.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)20:00 No.17936165
    Check up on Falees, then gander at the guy talking to the demon, for stability purposes.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)20:00 No.17936173
    We are the judge in such a conflict, but we have nothing to do with it yet.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)20:01 No.17936190
    rolled 17 = 17

    Check in on Falees. If he hasn't made any move to seek out Ur, direct Ur to meet with the indifferent dragon in our desert. Ur should seek to understand the dragon's motives and, if its mood permits, to spread our ideals to it
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)20:01 No.17936195
    We should check up on Falees. Also we did make the Drak-Fey just as un-ambitious as the normal Fey, right?
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)20:01 No.17936196
    rolled 19 = 19

    Dude, the soul is the priest in Ium. The one who talks daily to the dragon in disguise. Duh. Y'all are fucking dumb.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)20:01 No.17936200
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    Apotheos, you are awesome and this quest is awesome.

    Thanks again, man.
    >> Alpharius 02/13/12(Mon)20:02 No.17936215
    rolled 78 = 78

    Doesn't matter. There wasn't a clause that said that priests automatically went to their God's realm, though in practice that would happen. Only through us to mortals reach the afterlife.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)20:04 No.17936234
    That soul isn't dead yet. It has nothing to do with us yet. We could perhaps give the priest a vision of neutrality or something, but that would be hypocritical to the max, so we don't really have any reason or justification to butt into this conflict.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/12(Mon)20:51 No.17936868

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