FUCKING HELL. IT'S ABOUT TIME, SHERLOCK.
Hey, I gots important shiz to do, ya know? Like sleeping 'til 1pm and playing vidya gaymes.
Yeahhh. Well at least I can stop complimenting your shoes as a means of torture.... (Now I can do it just for fun!)
I'm going to be piecing together a summary of the RP so far and updating stuff and shiz soon. It's time for some holiday cleaning and to get this pumpkin truck moving again.
I haven't heard from D in.... forever.... so I have no choice but to write him out along with Bee. Which will likely happen later than sooner, since there aren't any humans currently waiting on them. Once the Interest Check and summary is up, if anyone knows anyone who might be interested in filling in a witch/wizard or summoner/alchemist position-- go ahead and shoot them a link. I'm hoping to open up for auditions tomorrow or the day after and from there I'll be accepting anywhere from 2-4 people.
Here's the bigger news though: With the wave of new characters that will be coming in, I'm also allowing for the original three that are still here (Bainshie, Derv, Pocky... D, if he comes back >_>) to make second characters. These will not go towards the 2-4 I'm planning on accepting, but will still need to pass all the requirements and be approved before being used, so go ahead and strike up a CS if you'd like to go that route. You can bring them into the story whenever you feel the time is right.
Alright, so that's all I've got for you now. Any questions? Concerns? Complaints? Suggestions? Donations?
I'll donate my fist in yo' FACE! YEAH!
*high fives self because I'm awesome and shiz*
No resolve to finish anything, that FM. Classic.
"EVERY GIRL NEEDS TO FEEL LIKE ACID"
Alright, I back, glad this thing did die I guess.
In between RP's
Please! Don't start/join a RP unless you have the time and will. I'm sick of making a million character sheets for RP's that die!!
Glad to see you're still around, Bainshie.
Sorry for the delay in plans, guys. I've been having a bit of internet trouble and trying to sift through the IC, find links, and piece together a decent summary is a bit too much for me to want to attempt on my phone. Finally got it all resolved though, so if I can muster up the energy, I'm going to work on it tonight and hopefully have the new interest check up tomorrow. It's been a busy couple of days visiting with family and such and it's not quite over yet for me, so thanks for your patience. x_x
My Dad's psycho cat chewed up my laptop cord. Unless I can replace it today, the summary (which is almost complete by the way) is going to have to wait. I'd finish it now, but my laptop's nearly out of juice. Sorry again, guys.
Sometimes I seriously think some other worldy force is constantly at war with me and the progression of this roleplay. -_-;
Behold the summary. As a disclaimer, I have never ever ever ever EVER been good at condensing things into fewer words, so I apologize for the length and likely inclusion of unnecessary details, but.... yeah. Also apologizing for the wait, but, again, like I said-- summaries; not my forte.
The story begins with foreign vampires as well as EVD members gathering in the deserted European town of Dunlap while Queen Loveday is taking care of her own affairs in the magical capital of Comiter.
In Dunlap, the groups are arranged and people are introduced. Alyce, Master Elizabeth's right hand, pupil, and Lieutenant, meets a young newborn Janissary named Asen Chavdar and they discuss the MEVD as well as the current situation of Europe, with the EVD's forces spread thin, the spirits growing more powerful with the increasing numbers, and seemingly "unprovoked" conflicts arising with the mages of Primatum (despite the fact that the two races have always been at each others throats-- particularly over the fate of the human race). Elizabeth Chamberlayn gives her address, providing everyone with more information concerning their mission.
As luck would have it, Asen is placed under Alyce's command as everyone is divided into groups of ten under Lieutenants and larger groups still under Generals. As luck might not have it, the feisty, vain, and cynical vampire named Aisling is also put under her command.
The group then travels to Genoa, where a large majority of the city has been overrun with zombifying demons. Upon arrival, Alyce pairs everyone up, briefly explains the mission, and everyone is sent on their not-so-merry way. All seems as normal as possible with Asen and his comrade, Margaret, until they discover a curious letter within one of the houses. There they come face to face with one of the most infamous head demons, Acidusbellus, the Demon of Infertility.
Meanwhile, Aisling and Kibwe make their rounds with little trouble at first. Aisling is injured in a skirmish with a demon smart enough to wield a fire poker shortly before discovering something unusual herself. They run into an unknown Demon with suspicious motives who calls himself Certus. He speaks some curious gibberish before another higher ranked demon named Blandior shows up, along with Acidusbellus, finished with her dealings with Asen and Margaret, who are busy trying to treat and secure the young girl they discovered in the demoness' clutches.
They bring the girl back to the abandoned barn on the outskirts of the city where Alyce and her team are staying so she can be treated by Doctor Livesey. After he leaves, advising that them to be careful they aren't caught with the human girl by the strict, ill-mannered General Hancock, Margaret, waiting for the others to return, shares a part of her past and Asen, in turn, shares part of his.
Within the city, Kibwe is injured and things begin to look bleak for them. Alyce shows up and, fearful that Elizabeth and others may be on their way, the zombies flee. Alyce and Aislings get into a heated argument before Elizabeth shows up. She sends Aisling and Kibwe away to the medical tent, escorted by Rudyard, a silently prudish, sharp nosed old vampire who works closely with Elizabeth...
In Comiter, Queen Loveday gives her address on the day of the barrier renewal. Charles Maximilian, a General, held in very high regards by the Queen, deals with a pesky necromancer. After the address, Charles meets with Loveday over an important matter-- [x] [x] [x] [x] [x] [x] [x]. Shortly before the address is given, Naimah Tao arrives. She meets with Charles, who, indebted to her mother for unknown reasons, agrees to take her on as a pupil to learn Primatum magic. With some deliberation, it is decided that Naimah will accompany Charles on his mission for the Queen-- along with three of his own hand-picked crew [x]; Joseph, a lanky, somewhat older wizard with extensive knowledge and short-sticked social skills, Konrad, a portly, younger wizard with a playful, carefree demeanor, and Peronell, a mysterious, elusive enchantress who has a habit of hiding in the shadows.
After traveling via Porkey to skip several miles, the group has just entered a small town called Migrene, located in Southern Denmark, where they are to acquire horses in order to expedite the progress of their quest. Charles sends Naimah to go and fetch a "net full of water" as her first test while he purchases the horses. But the town seems to be harboring a secret of sorts. Whether it's bad or good, however, only time will tell….
In the meantime, the poor, clueless little humans all happened through a pleasant town in the country side called Wittensworth-- one of the lucky places of Europe where the plague had yet to touch. There, in a local bar, a man by the name of Wolfsgang Hapsburg spins a tale which he swears on his life is truer than the 20 mugs of ale he'd just downed. Many disregard his tale as hogwash, but, despite this, it was quite obvious to anyone who happened to be in the bar that night that he was a man of reputation-- commanding quite the presence over his fellows, drunk or not.
Not but an hour or so later, a troll attack suddenly broke out in the middle of town- an incredibly uncommon occurrence as most trolls were stopped and engaged in the town's outskirts and didn't randomly spring up in the middle. Not to mention, troll attacks weren't exactly a common experinece to begin with. The event, it seemed, however, was done as a means of framing a young noble named Alexios, who had entered the town with a posse of quite able-bodied fighters- including one vampire.
The trolls vanquished, mostly by Hapsburg, who turned out to be a summoner, and with things beginning to settle down, the boy has now found himself in quite the pickle. For his help in vanquishing the trolls, however, using his ACTUAL summon, Hapsburg vouches for the lad and he continues on with his business undeterred by anyone. Meanwhile, Hapsburg begins to rally his men and assess the damage done-- for they have plans to leave Wittensorth in the morning and, from the sounds of it, their journey wasn't going to be an easy one....
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Btw, still waiting on a post from you, Bainshie.