Re: The Depths (Now Closed RP. Apologies.)
Sat May 10 2008 04:11 AM
Distrid's minor attacks, only seem to make the creature increasingly frustrated and snaps all the more wildly at him and Santo. The look of hunger in its eyes and the saliva pouring from its mouth would intimidate any lesser men.
OOC: Very small update here. Main point though; Commander Blackheart, your post is great, very inventive, however when you make a post such as that, you ought to include a 'what if' paragraph to finish. A 'what if' paragraph is normally written if you're pretty sure your more/attack/action will complete, but remember you must write in a 'what if' manner. IE: "If the Commander's rock hits the monster, he'll jump off and dance in front of Santo and Distrid!" You see? I can't make an accurate 'success' or 'failure' to your attempted action if I don't know how your character plans to evacuate the rock. . Fair enough to say, post a 'what if' the rock hits the monster, tell me how hard you think it might hit and, more importantly, how the commander planned to get off the decending rock.
I'm also afraid that it does indeed appear as though we have lost Bloodfrost. It's a shame, she was an interesting character. I'm sorry to say that this is a common occurance in threads, however, and can sometimes lead to the infamous 'thread death'. Fortunately, this is early and we can simply assume that Bloodfrost departs.
I'll allow time for the Commander to make the rest of his post and I'll make a proper update.
I'm also aware that Genichi is currently on holiday in Wales, so we won't be waiting for him to post. He'll catch up :)
The polar bear snarled to herself. She seemed to be surrounded by children and immaturity ran rampant. Tumbling down stairs, squealing, complaining, sweets. She barged her way past those still on the staircase behind her and marched her way back up the Pit's spiralling staircase toward the rain above. She would head away from this mockery and find some real adventurers.
~ "The price good men pay for indifference to public affairs is to be ruled by evil men." - Plato