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  1. supernal

    Stumbling around in the dark.

    My number one recommendation on where to start is, probably unsurprisingly, our beginner’s guide: https://www.valucre.com/lore.html/resources/nux/new-member-guide/ I and the article both also agree on the tavern of legend as a great place to start. It’s sort of like a new member sandbox. You’re in no way limited to posting just there but as an area for new members it’s a casual and low stakes way to get some roleplay in while getting used to the site as a whole Whichever way you go about it, welcome to Valucre!
  2. supernal

    Welcoming new members en masse

    @LouieLouie @LunaisSenpai117 @Supernoob @KarmaIncarnate @FullofSeaMen @Dovah @Syxanthie @MArijane907 @Esscast Welcome to Valucre ye new members of my third round of mass welcomes The last time it was actually pretty fun to see what people came up with for their two truths and a lie, so if you'd like to join us please do! We'll see who among us is the best guesser If you'd rather answer a question try this one on for size - if you woke up with the skills of a master rank carpenter, what would you make?
  3. supernal

    Two months later...

    You can also use our tag aggregate to see the threads people are making as open https://www.valucre.com/search/?tags=Open&sortby=newest&page=1 And of course the water cooler for interest checks. There’s a few winter events listed in the banner at the top of the site too Welcome back!
  4. supernal

    What do you know ooc

    Placeholder Am calling the next post
  5. supernal

    Valucre music thread

    Well written and quite funny
  6. “Don’t tell me the moon is shining; show me the glint of light on broken glass.”

  7. supernal

    Hi I'm New

    Thanks for the kind words @Vinsue Hoping we live up to the hype!
  8. supernal

    Hi I'm New

    Sure! But I’d have to know who they are first since you didn’t identify anyone in your post
  9. supernal

    Hi I'm New

    Please extend my thanks to your friend for the nice words about the site Welcome aboard!
  10. supernal

    Announcements for your roleplay

    Valucre’s fifth winter themed event, naughty or nice!: https://www.valucre.com/topic/41429-naughty-or-nice/ @HollowCipher
  11. House Dali https://www.valucre.com/topic/40402-lost-house-of-dali/ It includes list of characters, information on the estate as well, and I think information on the budding business and stuff but to make it easier that includes (and not counting the general Dali business): a family law firm, a vineyard in biazo isle, a transmutation guildhall
  12. supernal

    What do you know ooc

    Not really along the glass as in limited to it. More throughout the lobby but visible through the glass. Sort of an aimless wandering
  13. supernal

    What do you know ooc

    Good question! No. Like the rest of the facility the lobby doesn’t appear to have any power, including lighting. They’re humanoid but details remain indistinguishable in the dark
  14. supernal

    What do you know ooc

    Take notice that the milling silhouettes are now pressing against the glass as you come to the end of the planned route
  15. supernal

    Sweep the leg

    Chesterfield Jericho claimed his seat inside of a quaint delicatessen. He had his back to a wall; he knew that to his left was the back exit and to his right a row of windows easily broken through should he need an immediate escape; before him was the small mass of Korr, interspersed with a few taller humanoids, who patronized the establishment. Jericho wrapped his hands around one-half of a cheesesteak sub. Took too-large of a bite, chewed for too-long of a time, kept his forest green eyes too-perfectly trained on the clearly anxious Juniper. "Sir . . ." "Holf onf." Jericho managed around a mouthful of sandwich. He washed it down with a glass of sparkling juice. "I need to think about this for a minute." Again, without moving his eyes from the scout sitting across the table from him, Jericho took bite after bite of the sandwich, chewed on it thoughtfully, washed it down with juice; at the end of the sandwich he took his time nibbling at the pickle on the side too. "Normally I'd say leave 'em alone and only bother wit' 'em if they start giving us fuss, but they had arms, yeah? And armor? And are right cross the dale? Military formation right?" Juniper nodded. "Well, we can't leave that alone. For all we know they're a military parade setting up a rubicon, and taking a survey in anticipation of claiming land. That vein is too important. The analysts are absolutely, unequivocally sure it's auranite, right?" Juniper nodded again. Jericho shrugged. "They might even be there for the same reason as us. Draw up the insignia, feed it to one of the divining specialists, and have them radio me when they come up with a point of origin. You stick around and go wherever the diviner points you. I'm going to take a few fellas and gals and see what's what at the outpost." Jericho stood up, took three steps past the woman, then turned around to put a hand on her shoulder. "Fantastic work by the way. It may not seem like much now because you're in the middle of it but a year from now you'll be able to trace our success back to this moment, and to your contributions to it. Thank you." First contact As a whole, the contingent presented a striking figure. They were not quite an army but were an undeniable mass moving towards the outpost; some armored and some without; some on horses, most on foot; some with harpe sword, others with hooked hammer, others still with bow; hidden among their numbers were wands and other artifices by which to call upon and direct arcane forces. A figure in matte black armor with symbols on its surface, most of them visible but some of them too subtle for the eye to grasp, broke off from the main force and advanced on the outpost alone. He planted a flag on the ground, a clear demand for attention, and stood before it, waiting to be met.
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