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The Center of Time OOC Discussion

Tashtego

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The Center of Time OOC Discussion [STILL RECRUITING]

[MENTION=4936]Shayuri[/MENTION] - that sounds good. I'd like it if Echo didn't know that 'Father Seren' is a con-artist as that can cause juicy character drama down the track when the secret comes out! So you met him in his role as the nice Aeon Priest and adventure resulted!

@Isida - Will do just wanted enough information to start with.
 

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Isida Kep'Tukari

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Everyone, we have another member of our group. Please say hello to dragonwolf! He'll be playing Antor Shull, a Swift Jack who Rides the Lightning.
 




Isida Kep'Tukari

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dragonwolf - Here are your cyphers and oddity:

Cypher - Instant Shelter (lvl 8) - A dodecahedron made of fine wire that will not deform. Press two corners to activate.
Cypher - Sheen (lvl 6) - A bulb of crystal with a blue liquid inside tapers to a needle-fine point.
Oddity - Three glowing stones, the size of walnuts, that stick to flesh
 

iamrpgdm

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Hi everyone. Glad to be joining. I've been GMing Numenera since the playtest and have only gotten to be a PC for a couple sessions. It's good to get to roll again even if it's only digitally. ;)

Antor could have met Father Seren when he was coming across the Plains of Kataru towards Norou and passed through his aldeia. Antor's parents would have spoken of Aeon Priests on many occasions and he might have even seen one or two before. Traveling with one, however, would definitely be a dream of his. He believes it would be the quickest way for him to earn money for his parents since Aeon Priests have the most knowledge of numenera and would know which are the most valuable.
 

Tashtego

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[MENTION=1703]dragonwolf[/MENTION]

Hi there! Nice to meet you.

Antor could have met Father Seren when he was coming across the Plains of Kataru towards Norou and passed through his aldeia. Antor's parents would have spoken of Aeon Priests on many occasions and he might have even seen one or two before. Traveling with one, however, would definitely be a dream of his. He believes it would be the quickest way for him to earn money for his parents since Aeon Priests have the most knowledge of numenera and would know which are the most valuable.

I like this idea, as my character has been wandering the Beyond for a bit. I'm happy for us to have known each other in the past, even if it was when 'Father Seren' passed through your aldeia.
 




fireinthedust

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And I'm back! Whew! What a week, so productive, so much personal growth, and a new baby... oh well, thank goodness I can leave all that behind and focus on what's really important: wasting time on the internet!

Sure, he can be in the scavenger's way. Is Zaccheus still around? They'd be travelling together. I think the two of us had our ties, but I don't know that we have any to the rest of the party (especially with Cerulean gone :( )

Whatever you think is best. He's not... inquisitive, per se. He tends to let others do the talking, especially as his mind's usually busy with tactics for the now. He looks formidable, so if you'd like I can describe him and then they can talk to him about accompanying them.

I'm not sure, but he might also have people who know of him due to his five years as a famous (FAMOUS) gladiator. He was known for being large and having, erm, Tron-style lines and discs in his body.
 

Isida Kep'Tukari

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I haven't seen Cerulean Lion for several days, so I don't know what's up there. Perhaps he's just busy. But we could say Duncan is already in the Scavenger's Way - some of the mercenaries might have seen you or heard of you, and so they're happy to talk to you. I'll go ahead and put that up.
 


Isida Kep'Tukari

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Tashtego, it was a most excellent story!

Lemme tell you something about my gaming group from a few years ago. This is my fact-to-face group, I was DMing, and we were playing 3.5 D&D in Eberron. There's an area called the Mournland in Eberron, which had some magical disaster occur during the last big war. The whole place is essentially one bit magical nuclear fallout zone, full of weird and dangerous things. Of course the party ended up going there, for reasons, and ended up near what was ground zero for the disaster. There was a huge, half-ruined tower there, that had a struggling chaos dragon chained to it, its lifeforce being drained for power. Inside was basically this mad scientist's laboratory laced liberally with Chaoitech. To get inside, the group had decided to scale the tower and free the dragon. Then our swashbuckling fighter, who always had more style than sense and was always looking for "adventure," looked down through and opening and saw the mad scientist. He grabbed a dangling chain with one hand, his magical sword in the other, and swung down from the heights, Tarzan-style.

Rolled a natural 20.

I gave this result a quick ponder - was there anything, anything I had planned for this encounter that was cooler than our beloved Conner swinging down from the tops of a tower and skewering the BBEG with a single thrust against the nightmare machine of his own design?

...nope.

As is said in the GM's advice section of Numenera - "That's not cheating, that's awesome."
 

fireinthedust

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Question: did I need to post something else? Or is the party waiting for something else to respond to other than Duncan popping by and saying hello? Really hoping I didn't murder this game the second I joined the party (anxiety attack!)
 



Isida Kep'Tukari

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Well, it seems Cerulean Lion hadn't posted in this thread for nearly two weeks, and in the IC thread, never, so I'm going to ask a couple of alternates from RPOL if they'd like to play.
 


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