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Requests / Re: Little item sentences
« on: July 30, 2014, 07:29:36 pm »
Seems not.

Requests / Re: Little item sentences
« on: July 28, 2014, 09:04:27 pm »
Bloodlust Mask: Express yourself in the most violent way possible with this mask!
Aerial Sword: This sword comes with an 80's paint job.
Windy Staff: Rated at F3 on the Fujita scale, this staff is capable of relocating an entire house over the rainbow.
Jade Blade: Made of pure jade, this sword attracts both the ladies and nasty cracks.
Skeleton Cape: Wearing a cape into combat is a very stupid thing. All I have to do is step on your cape, and NECK SNAP! Stephen Hawking is teaching you how to use your fancy new wheelchair.
Mask of Illusion: Facial hair mishap? Bad haircut? Need to rob a bank? This mask solves all those problems and more!
Soldier's Set: It may look crummy, but it's better than working in an office. Making bucks, getting exercise, working outside.
Shadow Armor: If movies have taught us anything, it's that wearing black makes you perfectly invisible to baddies. Always.
Adamantine Guard: The most modern armour suit known to man is still really awkward to remove when you have to go to the bathroom in a hurry.
Arctic Gloves: Cooler than cool is this pair of gloves!
Bear Fur: Made from coarse cloth and bear hide, bringing out your inner Viking may also bring out a nasty rash.
Thunder Ring: Do not go swimming with this on.
Poison Knife: A knife filled with deadly poison. Well, what kind of poison? It doesn't matter!
Death Spike: Juggling this would be a bad idea.
I hope Aero still cares about this thing...

/ Re: The Help Masterthread
« on: July 26, 2014, 06:56:12 pm »
1)How to make a demon`s sphere, I made a demons stiletto in chapter 2 and stilled second part of it from fudo in chapter 6, but stil don`t know where to find a third part.
Look at the item list in my sig.

News / Re: We're back again!
« on: July 23, 2014, 06:58:00 pm »

There wasn't many around here in the first place :P
Well, and now they are all gone. It seems.

News / Re: We're back again!
« on: July 22, 2014, 09:52:16 am »
Yeah, yeah. It would seem that your actions (or lack thereof) have driven away almost everyone, Aero.

News / Re: The future of Oelivert
« on: July 01, 2013, 08:16:10 am »
2 months? Isn't that far too optimistic?

The Book / Re: Basic information
« on: July 01, 2013, 05:04:39 am »
I'm asking about the SPECIFIC 'this one' book you mentioned during that paragraph.

The Book / Re: Basic information
« on: June 30, 2013, 10:49:56 pm »
And so I read this one, quite interesting, but 10 page short chapter about the main character, but then I have to jump to the other side of the world like three times and read about three other characters who for some reason don't have any contact with eachother. If I'm supposed to wonder what is happening to the friends of the main character, while he is hidden in some forrest learning some awesome magic from the elves, why not let me wonder? Instead, the author shows me everything every ten pages. If a main character worries about his friends he hasn't seen for months - good, but why do I have to know what they are doing, while he doesn't? You know what is the most interesting part of any book? That you don't know everything. The story of the main character may be like 20% of everything that is going on during the book, but why take all the suspense and show the reader the other 79%? What, you really think that other 1% you don't show is going to make me interested? Damn, you're dumb. If someone has to create 5 parallel stories in addition to the main one, then it means that he just can't write more than 100 pages about the plot he invented about the main character. And that means he shouldn't write any more than 100 page novels at all.
Which book you're talking about?

Simple Questions / Re: Items that has aura effect
« on: June 09, 2013, 11:15:10 pm »
Cloak of Ice, Rune Cloak, Galeoth's Set, Orb of Degeneration, Doom Helmet, Nether Staff

Simple Questions / Re: Items that has aura effect
« on: June 09, 2013, 08:49:07 am »
Do aurae which affect enemies count?

Hell / Re: Help!
« on: June 06, 2013, 03:31:15 am »
masterthread pl0x

The Book / Re: Tell us about the book!
« on: June 05, 2013, 07:25:51 pm »
Dragons taken directly from Neverwinter Nights
You mean Dungeons and Dragons?
Or maybe the book is going to be a totally different story? No Phodom, no Galeoth, no Balgaron?
The book is meant to be either a sequel to TCO, or a completely new story, which either way won't feature Phodom, Fradz, or Galeoth.

Introduce / Re: 4.1.13 - 4.6.13
« on: June 04, 2013, 08:54:21 am »
And I thought I was rid of you wretched scum forever!!

Simple Questions / Re: Items that has aura effect
« on: June 02, 2013, 10:08:04 pm »
1. Go to the item list.
2. Use Ctrl+F and search for 'aura'.
3. ????
4. PROFIT!!!

Requests / Re: Little item sentences
« on: May 25, 2013, 11:09:12 pm »
Pathetic Boots: These enchanted boots were once the property of a deadly assassin fond of chasing down his prey. He moved with such speed that his targets often didn't have the oppurtunity to respond, even on horseback. Over time, the assassin's fame spread, and though his name was never known, all knew to fear the words last heard by his victims:  'You can hide, but you cannot run!'
Destiny: The true weapon of a modern warrior, Destiny is not a sword in the traditional sense, but a nanotechnologically constructed blade that is dynamically 'forged' on command into a non-eutactic solid. Nanoscale whetting devices insure that the blade is both unbreakable and lethally sharp.
Shinji: A shaped crystal of solid ice, this blade is kept at absolute zero by many enchantments - while the wielder is protected from the unearthly cold, the blade will bring a deadly chill to those it strikes.
Heaven's Blade: A kingly sword, doing a kingly amount of damage in the hands of a kingly warrior.
Bug Shield: A shield full of packets of pheromones which can be released to call a bug. What do you mean, 'the pheromones wouldn't do that'? Well, it must be magic, then. Yes. A wizard did it.
Crystal Water: When imbibed, this bottle of premium water instantly restores 500 of your precious Health Points. Or Hit Points, if you think they're called that. It also causes severe diarrhoea, nausea, hallucinations, and malignant tumours, but that's not relevant.
Blood Drinker: This item is expensive! You should be proud to have purchased it!
Excalibur: No, this doesn't have anything to do with King Arthur's sword. Nothing at all. It's not even a reference to it or anything.
Wizard's Boots: Genuine magical boots! Whoops... I'll just remove this made in China sticker... Doesn't belong to this item, obviously!
Endless Potion: An ancient bottle containing a powerful healing salve. How can it refill itself and defy physics is still a mystery.
Legendary Wyrm's Head: The severed head of a wyrm. There is a hint of power in its depths, but it would fetch a good price at market regardless -- collectors love these things.
Manslayer: A large, serrated axe with little decoration.
Guado Armor: A suit of leather armour with metal plates underneath for added protection, or something.
Evil Eye: This eye seems to be looking directly into your very soul... Ooooo~!
Bone Armor: This item's name might make you think that it's an armour suit made from bones, but you'd be right if you thought that. Completely correct.
Behearm: Despite its enormous size, this halberd can actually fit inside a small treasure chest. Which is interesting.

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