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#52 May 10 2012 at 8:20 PM Rating: Decent
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What's that? You say this thread needs more anime/rap mash-ups? I'm a helper.

#53 May 10 2012 at 11:03 PM Rating: Good
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No, I don't believe anyone said this thread needed that, to be honest.
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#54 May 11 2012 at 12:17 AM Rating: Excellent
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This may just be the Ambien talking, but...
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#55 May 11 2012 at 1:46 AM Rating: Good
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I don't know what the @#%^ you just said little kid, but you're special man, you reached out, and you touch a brother's heart.
Since I'm sure you care, considering your Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back quote(at least, I think that's where that's from), I've decided to go with "family experimented with controlling devils, tried to use devil to control some kind of elemental being(it'll fit the campaign), she was the only survivor".

Now I just need to come up with a name. I'm thinking Fawkes for the eidolon. Not quite sure for the girl, but I'll figure that out after figuring out a bit more about what her birth nation is an expy of and then use a baby name generator to decide on one.
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What's wrong with me? Why do I keep clicking on this thread?
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#57 May 11 2012 at 6:19 AM Rating: Excellent
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Because there is nothing else to check in OOT? I dunno, that's why I do it.
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What's wrong with me? Why do I keep clicking on this thread?
I'm keeping my random /k/ stuff to one thread to help you avoid things that'd annoy you, but it's not gonna work if you keep clicking it. Smiley: tongue
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#59 May 11 2012 at 7:56 AM Rating: Good
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It's like a train wreck. You try to look away, but you just keep coming back.
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#60 May 11 2012 at 8:09 AM Rating: Decent
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Because there is nothing else to check in OOT? I dunno, that's why I do it.


The OOT is dieing!
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Uglysasquatch wrote:
What's wrong with me? Why do I keep clicking on this thread?
It's like a train wreck. You try to look away, but you just keep coming back.
Stupid rubberneckers.
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Another one of those things I woulda posted in /k/.

How the @#%^ did Kyubey beat Makoto Ito on this list? At least Kyubey had a purpose to what he was doing. Makoto was just @#%^ed up.
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I post in /k/ occasionally.

That practically makes you a regular
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#65 May 11 2012 at 1:25 PM Rating: Excellent
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Another one of those things I woulda posted in /k/.

How the @#%^ did Kyubey beat Makoto Ito on this list? At least Kyubey had a purpose to what he was doing. Makoto was just @#%^ed up.


I was just surprised so many people didn't see the whole "EEEEEVVVVVUUULLL" thing right away.
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I loaded up Baldur's Gate I & II today, and played for many hours. There's a mod that runs BG on BG2's engine,and with a widescreen mod, it's pretty decent. I remember the beginning of BG, but a few hours in, and I don't really remember anything else. Apparently I didn't get to one companion's quest fast enough and he got mad and attacked me. I didn't have a save far enough back that I'd be able to help him in time, either. :(
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#68 May 11 2012 at 7:58 PM Rating: Good
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I miss my avatars already.


In other unexciting news, I tried FFXIV again now that it's got this dumb Welcome Back Campaign for liek a week.
Basically nothing has changed... so I don't know why they even tried.

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The One and Only Poldaran wrote:
How the @#%^ did Kyubey beat Makoto Ito on this list? At least Kyubey had a purpose to what he was doing. Makoto was just @#%^ed up.

Because blockbuster selling anime, that's why.
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How the hell did Magneton and Nico Robin get on the list? What, were they polling elementary school kids?
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#71 May 11 2012 at 9:35 PM Rating: Good
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Holy crap, Josh Hamilton.

Apparently he's hit 38 fly balls this season, 17 of. Which were HR. That's an incredible rate. And of course, it's a contract season for him. He'll get 6-7 years at 32 and be an albatross of a contract after 4 at best.
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#72 May 11 2012 at 10:16 PM Rating: Excellent
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How the hell did Magneton and Nico Robin get on the list? What, were they polling elementary school kids?


Hey, Magneton had some truly great villain lines. Like, "Magneton" or "Magneton"

I still get shivers from that time he said "Magneton"
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Shaowstrike the Shady wrote:
How the hell did Magneton and Nico Robin get on the list? What, were they polling elementary school kids?

I was kinda wondering about Nausicaa, myself.
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IDrownFish of the Seven Seas wrote:
Shaowstrike the Shady wrote:
How the hell did Magneton and Nico Robin get on the list? What, were they polling elementary school kids?


Hey, Magneton had some truly great villain lines. Like, "Magneton" or "Magneton"

I still get shivers from that time he said "Magneton"



Honestly the only time I even remember it being close to a villain was in the Shaymin movie.
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#75 May 12 2012 at 12:31 AM Rating: Good
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Holy crap, Josh Hamilton.

Apparently he's hit 38 fly balls this season, 17 of. Which were HR. That's an incredible rate. And of course, it's a contract season for him. He'll get 6-7 years at 32 and be an albatross of a contract after 4 at best.


Yeah, he's the best goalie in the league.
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Almost finished with Angel Densetsu. ROmance business had me eye rolling for awhile, but the arc on Kitano's parents is pretty good.
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Almost finished with Angel Densetsu. ROmance business had me eye rolling for awhile, but the arc on Kitano's parents is pretty good.

The ending is pretty good, despite not really being an ending.

Edited, May 12th 2012 1:07am by Poldaran
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I have no idea what this thread is about (except Spoonless' post about Josh Hamilton), but I think it's my favorite on ZAM right now.

And Hamilton is a left-handed power hitter. They have a knack for staying relevant into their early 40s. See: Bonds, Barry; Ruth, George Herman "Babe"; Mays, Willie; Thome, Jim; and Palmeiro, Rafael.

Ignore the fact that at least 2 of those 5 are either suspected or admitted steroid abusers please.
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#79 May 12 2012 at 11:31 AM Rating: Good
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I'm just using this thread to post all the inane one-offs that I would usually post in /K/.

We'll see with regards to Hamilton. He isn't exactly without injury issues.
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I'm just using this thread to post all the inane one-offs that I would usually post in /K/.

We'll see with regards to Hamilton. He isn't exactly without injury issues.


See, I don't even know what /K/ is, which was sort of my original point.
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Kirby's journal.
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#83 May 13 2012 at 1:23 PM Rating: Excellent
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I'm just using this thread to post all the inane one-offs that I would usually post in /K/.

We'll see with regards to Hamilton. He isn't exactly without injury issues.


See, I don't even know what /K/ is, which was sort of my original point.
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Partially because it's kind of an ongoing thing I wouldn't want getting lost in the thread of randomness, and partially because I was considering making the discussion thread in =5 anyway, I've put the continuation of our Heroic Age thread in =5. I know this isn't in keeping with my plan to keep all /k/ things in this thread, but I felt it was appropriate here.

Since I'm sure you're all dying for a followup:
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I've decided to go with "family experimented with controlling devils, tried to use devil to control some kind of elemental being(it'll fit the campaign), she was the only survivor".

Now I just need to come up with a name. I'm thinking Fawkes for the eidolon. Not quite sure for the girl, but I'll figure that out after figuring out a bit more about what her birth nation is an expy of and then use a baby name generator to decide on one.

Elements part of campaign scrapped, so changed type of rampaging monster. Also altered storyline a bit to add in some more impetus for evil.

Lillian Promeio
House Promeio and the Game of Rulership: In infernal Cheliax, it is well known that many of the noble houses use devils as tools to increase their power. Few, however, take it to the same extreme as House Promeio. Long has this family been calling on the power of not only devils, but also other creatures too terrible to mention. Eschewing the powers of traditional wizardry and sorcery, every child of the family is trained in summoning from an early age. The children mind their studies well because it is known that the strongest summoner becomes the head of the household, including the house’s title and treasury, when the current one dies.

Not content to play by the rules, some of the younger members of the family seek to improve their positions not through study, but by eliminating their competition. In some families, this kind of murder might not be tolerated. However, House Promeio is not most families. In the time when Lillian was born, the current head of the household had twelve adult children. Each of these had given birth to an average of a few more than eight children each. And all generations before had followed similar patterns. So it was that House Promeio could afford the deaths of a few of its members with little consequence.

After a generation or two, the murders were not only accepted, but encouraged. It became a sort of game, watched over by the older generation. As long as the rules were followed, victors were celebrated and those who fell were simply forgotten. The rules were simple. The older generation could not become directly involved. People under the age of fifteen were not to be harmed. No witnesses could be left, though members of the same generation could not act as witnesses, nor could servants. And finally, while venom coated weapons were fine, ingestible and contact poisons were not allowed, due to the risk of accidentally killing the wrong target.


Natural Allies and a Loss of Innocence: As noted already, the Promeio family was quite prolific. So it was an anomaly that one of the youngest siblings produced only three children. The first, Alena, showed no talent for summoning. Knowing that showing such a weakness invited attacks from her cousins, she placed herself in exile from the family, fleeing on the eve of her fifteenth birthday. This was much to her liking, as she was keen to travel. Eventually, she became a cleric, spreading the word of Desna, goddess of freedom and luck, creator of the starry heavens. She left behind two younger sisters, Alessia and Lillian, aged eleven and two, respectively.

A family so small was at a disadvantage as each group of siblings tended to band together against their cousins while settling ranking order among their family via less final means than death. So it was that when Alessia turned fifteen, she was alone against quite a few older cousins. For a time, she took care to keep herself out of situations where she could be attacked without leaving witnesses. As with all things of this nature, all it took was one mistake.

In the Promeio family, fifteenth birthdays were a huge deal. Aside from the head of household’s yearly birthday party, they were the only time the entire extended family would get together. It was at one of these where Alessia lost her life. Six year old Lillian was lured away into the garden by a slightly older cousin. Alessia, upon noting her sister was missing, became panicked, worried for the safety of the young girl. So she quietly inquired whether anyone had seen Lillian, and quickly followed the trail into the garden.

It was there, away from the watch of any adults, that she was ambushed by four older siblings of the boy who had led Lillian away. She summoned her eidolon to her side and fought valiantly, but against so many she was doomed to fall, though she did manage to scar one of the others before finally falling.

As Alessia fell, Lillian, who had been held and forced to watch as her sister was brutally slain before her, rushed to the dying girl’s side. With her last breath, Alessia told the little girl to grow up strong so that she would not suffer the same fate. Lillian led her parents to Alessia’s body immediately. Unfortunately, she was unable to bring her testimony to the family, as her age did not permit her to act as a witness.


Alone: After the death of her daughter and the self imposed exile of her first, Lillian’s mother could not contain her grief. So it was that after burying Alessia she drank a fatal dose of hemlock and joined her daughter in death. In his grief, Lillian’s father became withdrawn, unable to do more than just barely function. Even comforting his daughter was beyond him, so Lillian found herself alone.

In her loneliness, she reached out to those around her. Servants, those ignored by the rest of the family at best, horribly mistreated at worst, became her only source of companionship. Not just the servants of her own family, but those of the other households within the Promeio family, it did not matter to her. To them, she was a breath of fresh air, a noble who treated them with respect and even compassion. To her, they were all that sustained her… all that kept her from feeling utterly alone.

She also devoted herself to her studies, determined to become strong enough to avoid the same fate as her sister. However, she did not just study the summoning arts. She learned anything anyone would teach her, from simple household chores to marksmanship to acrobatics. She even learned military history and tactics from one servant’s elderly father, a retired lieutenant. She was unsure which skills would serve her best, so she felt it was best to learn everything.

A Different Solution: Despite her hard work and study, Lillian showed only marginal capability with summoning. Truly, she could summon lesser monsters, but seemed completely unable to conjure an eidolon. So, when she took a carriage into town on the eve of her fifteenth birthday, all expected her to flee like Alena. She had decided that she would not give them the satisfaction.

When she was announced at her birthday party, all attention was on the door she would enter by, though none expected her to show up. It was that much more surprising when she arrived, not by the entrance everyone expected, but through the door that led only to the second floor balcony. Her face was a stone cold mask, betraying no emotion.

But that wasn’t what sent hushed whispers murmuring through the crowd. That honor belonged to her companion. Nearly six and a half feet tall and broad shouldered, his face, hair and body were all obscured by his long coat, wide brimmed hat and the scarf around his mouth and nose. Even his eyes were hidden behind some kind of goggles. What wasn’t hidden was the pair of falcatas on his back.

“I’ll say this only once,” the man said, his baritone voice booming through the grand hall. “Mistress Lillian is under my protection. Any who would bring her harm will know swift and unmerciful death.”

“That is quite enough, Belkross,” Lillian said coolly. “Come now, grandfather, aunts, uncles, cousins. Let us celebrate. This is a party, after all.”

An angry murmur ran through the room. The sheer gall of this girl, to bring a mercenary into their family’s business, completely enraged the onlookers. All except one. Her grandfather suddenly burst into laughter. “Well played, my girl. It was time we saw some guts displayed in this family. Everyone know that I am hereby granting this one exception, due to lack of an eidolon, for it is only right that each and every member of the family have their own guardian.”

So it was that the girl was no longer alone.

Victory or Death: Even though murder amongst cousins was encouraged, most sought to play the long game, working to their best advantage rather than simply killing as soon as opportunities arose. Because of this, it was rare for more than a half dozen to die in a year. So far, only twenty two had fallen or fled into exile. Within Lillian’s first week, thirteen of her relatives had met early demise. So long had the servants been ignored that no one considered that anything said in their presence might filter its way to their new rival, so no care was exercised when planning attacks on the seemingly disadvantaged girl.

Because of this knowledge, she was always ready for them. Using her knowledge of military strategy, she would set up clever ambushes, taking her foes out as they were attempting to prepare their own ambushes. Each body was found under the same conditions: the tendons in the wrists and ankles were cut, the tongue cut out and a single crossbow bolt right between the eyes finished the deed.

One time, she even took on a fight four against one, fittingly the same foes who had killed her older sister. They managed to convince her to meet them alone, without her mercenary, under the pretense of making an alliance. Upon seeing her alone, they began summoning their eidolons to make quick work of her. The first ballista bolt disabused them of their plan. Belkross fired the second ballista, managing to knock out one foe by hitting him with now airborne body of his sibling. Lillian drew a crossbow and finished the final fleeing enemy with a well placed shot to the back of the skull.

When he awoke, the fourth person found himself in great pain and unable to move his hands or feet, the tendons already cut. “You’ve finally awakened, cousin,” Lillian addressed him. “I wanted to take a moment to thank you. By holding me and forcing me to watch as Alessia died all those years ago, you taught me a valuable lesson. Please, allow me to show you my thanks with a bit of truth of my own. Belkross, show him.” The man removed his scarf and goggles, giving the boy a good look at his face.

“An eidolon!” the boy gasped.

Lillian smiled. “Indeed.” She aimed her loaded crossbow at his face. “I will grant you a mercy. I will not force you to spend your remaining nights waking up terrified as you relive the deaths of your loved ones. I will not let you suffer as your mother dies of grief and your father turns away from you. No, you’re simply going to become nothing more than a memory. An afterthought. Goodbye, cousin.” With that, she pulled the trigger and he died like so many others before him.

Promeio’s Swan Song: The sudden rash of deaths drove the family into new levels of paranoia. Arms were worn openly, eidolons walked alongside their masters openly everywhere and one member of the family was driven to seek power in forbidden magic. It was this last that spelled the doom of the family.

It was known that devils could be controlled, bound by the terms of their contracts, but that other fiends could not be trusted. Still, driven to desperation, one young man sought the raw power only found in daemons. So he studied for a fortnight, the war raging all around him. Then he came out of seclusion and drew the spell to summon a Thanadaemon, servants of the Horseman of Death, Charon.

Unfortunately for him, he made a mistake and summoned a Temerdaemon, fittingly the personification of accidental death. His mistake meant that the runes of control which would have protected him were the wrong ones. The daemon tore him apart quickly and raged about, slaughtering most of the rest of the family in short order. It was only when House Thrune sent in the Hellknights that the beast was brought down.

Thanks to Belkross’ quick efforts and several already prepared ballistas slowing the monster down, Lillian managed to escape. With her family finally gone, she was left no choice but to wander, using her intellect and Belkross’ skills to find a place in the uncaring world.


Edited, May 14th 2012 3:27am by Poldaran
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I pretty much lost all interest in Heroic Age. I made it through about 7 episodes, and when it becomes a chore to sit down and watch something, I drop it. Expanding the scope to include the =5 forum might be pretty decent. It should in theory generate more actual discussion anyway.
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I'm enjoying it, though I agree that the next one should probably include =5 as well.
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I find it watchable. Despite Dhianellia's "Ay-gee" being like nails on a chalkboard.
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I find it watchable. Despite Dhianellia's "Ay-gee" being like nails on a chalkboard.
I'm not having problems with that in English. Her voice is completely soothing.


Edit: Didn't want to make a new post and double post it, but the ending to Mermaid was pretty good. You still on episode 4, Al?

Edited, May 16th 2012 12:20am by Poldaran
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I have yet to watch more of Heroic Age, gonna go with Spoonless on this one. Feels like a chore.

Unless something awesome happens, multiple times, idk how Dorion rated it an 8/10.



Edit: What. When did I get premium?

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Edit: What. When did I get premium?
My guess is that it was sometime between this morning when I last checked to see if /k/ was back and when you discovered it.
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Does this mean I have to leave =28 now? Smiley: crymore
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I'm surprised this only made it two pages.
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Does this mean I have to leave =28 now? Smiley: crymore
Yes.

This ominous looking moon says so.
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#96 May 16 2012 at 7:19 PM Rating: Excellent
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This is so much busier than the real K is right now

Also I should log in to XIV at least one more time so I can get a screenie of my char with the creepy moon

Edited, May 16th 2012 6:20pm by Olorinus
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When it comes to sitting around not doing anything for long periods of time, only being active for short windows, and marginal changes and sidegrades I'd say FFXI players were the perfect choice for politicians.

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#97 May 16 2012 at 9:07 PM Rating: Good
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Totally using part of this as my Wallpaper.

Man, I love Tony's work.

Edited, May 16th 2012 9:07pm by Kirby
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