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AngryCacti

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    Arizona
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    Theatre
    D&D
    Comic books
    Building/COSTUMES <---- (a.k.a. Why I'm broke)
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    (A long tortured) Student

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  1. Ruin has come to Ashville

    It’s my bad, I think I should’ve reached out earlier 😅
  2. Ruin has come to Ashville

    @HollowCipher I was under the impression you were going to post next. Just checking in.
  3. What do you hate to see in a post?

    I completely agree with you on this. My problem isn’t when someone bends the rules of writing (because there are many and many are pointless) but when they disregard them entirely and write in ways you would never see in a book or published material. (Example: Lite speak, using texting abbreviations, no punctuation over multiple paragraphs, emojis in place of words, etc.) That’s a really good point I haven’t considered before. Thanks for bringing it up. Usually I find there is a difference between people with dyslexia/ a language barrier who are genuinely trying to write and improve vs people who are impassioned and aren’t righting for the sake of telling a story. I rarely see it on here, it’s usually on chat roulette style sites that I used to rp on when I was younger. But in some cases I’m sure I’ve been in the wrong. It’s hard to judge a stranger over the internet.
  4. What do you hate to see in a post?

    My personal pet peeve isn’t as serious as any of these, but I actively dislike when people have terrible grammar/spelling. A few mistakes here or there are fine and expected. We aren’t publishing novels and no one is looking for perfection. However, if people obviously show no time put into a coherent response to the point where it’s almost unreadable, then it bugs my bean.
  5. General Chatter [18+] Violence always permitted!

    A feather for a quill is the right path to enlightenment. It takes time and skill to make a quill and not all feathers are suitable for it. Once you have your quill, your world is limitless. Poetry and promises spill across your page and mingle with prose and pretty plains. Words are wild wonders that work for your will. The influence of your mind in limited only by your ink and your time. Trade a feather for a quill today. Call 1-800-800-Quill for a chance to win a free quill for only one small payment of a feather. Write your life now. (This offer is not to be mixed with the acorn for a lost hat feature as that is dumb and we do not know where your hat it. Feather for Quill Services makes no legally binding claims for quality of product or Acorn for Hat Products. Please consult your doctor before buying this product.)
  6. General Chatter [18+] Violence always permitted!

    My favorite bit of naming advice for dystopian names is to stuff your face with marshmallows, say common names, and write the phonetic results. Megan becomes “Mrenhan,” Daniel becomes “Dahill,” Olivia becomes “Ohiea” and so on so forth.
  7. Valucre needs a Moon [Petition- VOTE!]

    If we get a second moon y’all are gonna be up in here with your characters doing this ish all the time And it will be the best thing.
  8. General Chatter [18+] Violence always permitted!

    Nah, come on. Think about it. When you have to rescue the beautiful princess buttercup from her kidnappers and you challenge one of them to a battle of wits to the death, of can happily say that both your cups were poisoned because you had spent the last few years building up an immunity to toilet splatter
  9. General Chatter [18+] Violence always permitted!

    *immediately boils toothbrush* good idea.
  10. General Chatter [18+] Violence always permitted!

    Being frozen alive is not as bad as learning that.
  11. General Chatter [18+] Violence always permitted!

    It’s 60 degrees rn... In April... I’m so cold. I may never feel warmth again. Goodbye cruel world, my fingers are going numb. This is the end. I wish for a swift death. I’m not sure when I was last warm. The cold... it consumes... all. Death comes on frigid wings! Northerners are not human for no human could survive such freezing conditions. (Pls explain ur secrets northerners) Goodbye, Valucre. I may never see you again... promise me...
  12. A What If Scenario

    Well, that is a good point and I’m glad somebody looked at the scientific side of this. But I think the question was how would Valucre/your characters react with the moon blowing up. I mean, if you’re not feeling a post apocalyptic setting that’s cool, especially if the final doomsday scenario clicks better, but let’s say that Valucre and it’s moon are pretty much the same as earth- how would people react? I would personally be facinated with the stories of characters meeting their final days. Are there riots? Do people pray? Are there (futile) efforts to save the planet? One of my characters is a necromancer and while she wouldn’t be happy with the world ending she would have a nice last couple days with lots of new friends if she wasn’t immediately blown off the planet. Again, the idea of magic existing in the world is so cool. I’m very sorry for talking for so long. Could magic be used to protect certain areas? Maybe the wealthy use magic to create a safe haven where they can survive in another plane or or have a bubble city and there’s a mad scramble amongst the population to get into one of these places where there clearly isn’t enough room for everyone. You could tell a lot of stories in a couple days, heck, even a couple hours. For example, Akris, what would one of your characters do in the last hour they knew they would live?
  13. A What If Scenario

    My friend, the canonization rools have no power over me in this thread. I am thoroughly prepared for the moonpocalypse and have thought about the long term reprocussions for at least five minutes longer than you have. Now, as a great and benevolent moonpocalypse survivor, I would like to extend the hand of friendship and invite you to join me in this post-moonpocalyptic world that we have hypothesized about. You may share some of my resources if you pledge loyalty to me and agree to find for me in my moonpocalypse thunderdome. Pick your strongest fighter for we have many foes to face in this moonpocalypse wasteland. We are but allies now, but soon, perhaps, friends? Anything can happen in the moonpocalypse.
  14. Ruin has come to Ashville

    Anger flashed in Malcom’s eyes as Aygis jabbed at him. He was not a dog to move at her command. “You would do best to watch your tongue in the future, little one.” He snapped at her. He paused and looked back at Raegar who was looking intently at the rest of the room. Malcom chose his words carefully. “From what I understand,” he began slowly, “there is something here, a curse if you wish, brought about by some source that our minds are not meant to handle. As the landscape twists around us, any caught in the town are slowly driven to madness. Whether what is happening is real or simply a mad hallucination, though, I can not say for sure. There are things that are here and yet not here at the same time. It’s as if part of this city exists on a separate plane with its own fate that has become entangled with what had been Ashville. It is not the first time this has happened either. Those that survive are carried along with it as a new outlet for the curse.” He looked back at Raegar again. “Am I correct in my assumptions?” He asked. “Either way,” at this he sent a stern look at the other three. Go on, it seemed to say, test my patience. “it does not become us to succumb early to Its pressure. It would be wise to work with this man, for a time, at least.” Malcom could feel the eyes on him. Some in front, from Jet, Aygis, and Archmaic, and the ones behind him, the ones that bore into the back of his skull and yet weren’t there when he turned. As he spoke, the thunder outside rose to a crescendo, though it seemed oddly muffled inside the cathedral.
  15. A What If Scenario

    That sounds very much like something someone who wouldn’t survive the moonpocalypse would say.
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