Discussion in 'RPG #1 - Under the Dark of Night' started by Nienor, Apr 10, 2004.
crusader, how old is gwandon?
check the profile, around 29.
ok, how old was he when he got wounded by the arrow?
Well i said it was about three or so years ago, so 25-26
lol, This guys sense of humor is great. he he
BTW, I am going camping this weekend so I won't be on for a couple of days. Have fun without me.
i be away from Monday to Wednesday (school geo coursework trip), so erm you'll have to sort something out.
Lets try and sort this visit to sarats house over the weekend.
Seems a little slow in here, where is our fearless leader, Cymri?
Dunno, We need some action %&#@*!|!!!!!!
hehe. Nienor hasn't seemed to be online lately. Can't go to the nobles meeting without the noble
o well, Menecrow is getting one good nap
Sorry, it was just taking a little while for Cymri to get ready.
I've been piled under with housework. Haven't had much computer time.
A couple of years neglecting your cleaning duties can add up huh?
Aule, you need to abide by the rules of the RPG. As rule #5 states no 'one liners' make your post worth reading. And as Nienor already mentioned to you, interact with the other characters. You could be talking to the table leg for all I know, especially since most of us just walked out the front door of the inn.
Maybe he should, the table leg is more congenial than Menecrow.
Aule, please obey ALL the rules. Posts should be interesting. At the very least let us know where you character is moving, looking, what kind of facial expressions he using or tone of voice. Even if you char only stomps around and glares at people 321: Turin)
Anyways, I agree. If you need any help trying to get 'inside' your character (as my creative writing teacher commonly states), we will be happy to give you a couple hints. It's actually quite fun developing personalities, and once you start trying to portray that extra bit, you will probably notice an increase in your writing skills. Dialouge can be interesting, but standing alone it doesn't work to well.
I have lots of fun writing for Menecrow though. He's definately one of my more unusual characters that I have created, but it's quite thrilling once you really get into it.
Aww you're breakin' my heart Nik.
Rad - I agree wholeheartedly. Not that I am a very good writer myself, but I find the more I describe a character and his actions/feelings, the more he comes alive inside of my head.
I thought you took the eyes of all your victims legolas?
Yup. Actually thats one of the excersices my creative writing teacher gets us to do. We go out and public and write in a notebook what our character would be thinking, feeling and perceiving from what is infront of our eyes. Really helps develop our understanding of them, and sometimes leads to ideas for stories or poems.
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