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I have just finished his profile, and expounded on the quick backstory I had initially posted.

I'm certain I got everything, if you don't mind looking it over, and letting me know if there's anything I missed or need to clean-up/update, I would appreciate it.

As an aside, I don't like that your 1st set of clothes are no longer negligible weight. It really makes be weaker tough.


Almathea wrote:
DM Patcher wrote:
Let's give this a little bump.
A bump?

Just a post to "bump" the thread up the posting order - puts it at a higher profile on the boards.

(If there's high traffic or loads of new threads up and running, then things can get lost in the mire pretty quickly.)


I think my backstory and premise would work a little better starting off as Bard, but I said Magus so I'm not sure if it would be a problem to go Bard for 1 before I went Magus the rest?


Switched out the trait of vagabond child for poverty stricken since it made more sense for the character.


Professor Andreas von Karstein wrote:
DM Patcher, I'm still here, and still very interested in your game. I've been struggling with The Professor's build a bit, unfortunately, but I do hope to have a completed character sheet posted later today.

As long as you have a sheet before I close recruitment.

@Grigori: Sheet looks fantastic now, brilliant work. I'm not opposed to multiclassing, though keep in mind that your abilities are prone to lagging behind slightly - if bard makes more sense, you may want to look into Arcane Duelist instead? This is just a suggestion, though - if you decide to go 1 level of bard and the rest magus, you're free to do so.


Grigori Kirrilov wrote:
I think my backstory and premise would work a little better starting off as Bard, but I said Magus so I'm not sure if it would be a problem to go Bard for 1 before I went Magus the rest?

Grigori & DM_Patcher:

@Grigori: There's a trait in the Humans of Golarian book that is prefectly suited to your character's background;

Harrow Born (Varisian): You grew up around the mysterious fortune-tellers known throughout Ustalav and Varisia. You start play with a harrow deck passed down from a relative. Because of your skill with fortune-telling, you gain a +1 trait bonus on initiative checks.

not sure if you've already seen it/considered it but thought it might be useful should DMP allow it :)


Ill try and elaborate on the background at a later date if im selected. This week is hectic with my daughter's birthday and graduation. :/


I would like to throw my proverbial hat into the ring. Should you like the character I will flesh him out with gear. I was thinking that unmounted he would have a speed reduction of 10' due to his limp. Anyway I would love your feedback.
P.S. I currently DM a few PbP so frequent posting is not a problem.


Thank you, DM Patcher. Looked at the Arcane Duelist, but mainly it's the ability Spellstrike (Su) through the whip that started the concept I'm trying to create. Actually, it was just the performer style of bard skills to represent his early life, but after the backstory rewrite he is more of a studier of the new magic than a performer or Horse trainer anymore. Looking back at it, the delayed BaB and limited spell selection starting out would hurt my effectiveness, more than the extra skill points would help.

Fenru, thanks for the trait, I had looked at them, but in his family he was not allowed access to the deck through the misfortune of being born a male.


Is there anything you'd like me to add to my character's backstory?


Just as an FYI, if selected. I'm going to be out of town on family vacation starting Sunday the 26th to Saturday the 2nd. I'll have my laptop with me so I will still be able to post, but it wouldn't probably be until the evening, after my daughter goes to bed.


If you want me to change anything about his back story let me know...I think that perhaps it would be fun to play a fullblooded orc that is a little dim, but very loyal, but am willing to do whatever for flavor.


I'll offer up this one:

Valerya "Dragonsbreath", half-elf gunslinger 1 or ranger 1

If you'd allow, she would be a half-elf gunslinger. If that's not your cup of tea, she's easily a half-elf ranger/fighter (crossbowman). I can get both sheets ready in a pinch, just lemme know what's more appropriate for your game.

Thanks for the patience.

Background:

Grimor Lavand was an skilled gunsmith on the county of Alkenstar, but his talent was soon noticed and he became employed by a minor baron of that land, with the task to keep maintenance over his firearms. The baroness, though, had seen in the surly strong man other qualities. For all his troubles, he got to keep his head when the affair was discovered and hastily hidden again from view. In order to only be exiled instead of executed, he swore two oaths: Never to step on Alkenstar again, and never build a firearm, on pain of death.

The expert smith travelled the lands, selling his services and slowly learning other crafts. He was good with detail and small springs, and he took to building exceptional crossbows and bolts. He finally found steady employment on the farming town of Anactoria, selling the easily-handled crossbows to simple farmers that wanted to protect their lands. He married a varisian woman by the name of Valeria and lived a hardy but good life. Although he had sworn to never construct a firearm again, he had carried with him a couple of pistols dissassembled into its parts. He made notes about how to assemble it again but never managed to do it. He was killed in a harsh winter by a pack of wolves while trying to defend the house in which his daughter was just being born.

The smith's daughter was named Vanera, and she grew up knowing very little about her father. Her mother had married again, to a farmer who was her childhood friend. On a trip to Caliphas at the age of 16, the smith's daughter was wooed by a travelling elf, and one month later she had to marry in order to conceal her pregnancy. When the child was born, some folk whispered "changeling" because the girl had pointed ears and big eyes. Although there was a big ruckus, the couple remained married, altough the husband never brought himself to like the girl. She was named after her grandmother, Valerya.

Valerya was a curious child, kicking rocks just to see what's under and asking difficult questions. Some would point this as proof of hag blood, but her grandmother knew better. She gave the child the big box under the bed when she made 13 years. Showing a precise dexterity inherited from his unknown elven father, the child was able to repair and sell a couple crossbows. That earned her family quite a good fare and the encouragement from her mother. Buying shaved wooden stocks and bits of iron, she was finally able to build a crossbow at the age of 14. On 15 she finally understood her grandfather's sketches enough to build a repeating crossbow that was bought by the local count. On 16 her family was murdered.

The wolves had returned to Anactoria. Somehow one managed to open a simple lock and intruded on the farmhouse. The girl was in a small storage room that doubled as her workshop when the wolf that walked as a man slaughtered everyone. She could see through the cracks on the door and hear everything, but couldn't bring herself to act, paralyzed by fear. When the wolf was coming for her, she tried rummaging through the box to find something - anything!- to defend herself. All she found was a horn with some kind of black powder inside, and when the wolf smashed open the door, she feebly hit him with the horn. The horn broke and the powder spread in his face. Throwing everything at arm's reach, she eventually threw her lantern. A bright flash ensued, and the smell of burnt hair and skin. The wolf ran howling, and she was left alive though badly burned.

"Just a pack of wolves", they said. "The girl is mad, she has always been", they said. "Someone must've left the door open". "She's a skinchanger, there was no wolf, she killed everyone!".Nobody believed the girl. Nobody but the Professor. Professor Lorrimor had come to investigate the rumors of witchcraft or werewolf attacks, and all he found was a very confused sixteen-year-old girl. With soothing words, a calm and logical demeanor, and the willingness to believe, he managed to pierce together the story. Fearing the commoners would neglect or outright kill the girl, he took her home. He explained to her about myth, legend and truth, about the moon and silver. He saved her from the townsfolk, he educated her and gave her the tools to pursue revenge and the truth. A couple years later, a very different person was leaving Lorrimor's house. A woman of eighteen, wearing leather trenchcoats and wielding crossbows with silver bolts left Ravengro that day, in a wolf hunt.

tl;dr:
Her grandfather was an exiled gunsmith who worked building crossbows and other trinkets on the farm village of Anactoria, Ustalav. His daughter had a fling with an elf and thus Valeria was born. She picked up her grandfather's tools and trade, until the day a werewolf murdered her family. Professor Lorrimor protected her from angry townsfolk, took her in, and taught her about the monster that killed her family. A couple years later she leaves and spends the next years monster-hunting, until she learns of his death.

Personality:
Valerya is extremely driven and sees little use in wasting time, be it beating around the bush on a conversation or having simple fun. She has put her life on hold until the day she can avenge her family (and possibly Lorrimor). Although determined she is still quite a inexperienced monster hunter, and is bound to commit a few mistakes (of which she'll regret and try to amend ASAP). She is creative, and likes to lose herself in work, be it repairs or planning an investigation. She is quick to point out flaws in other people (hoping that will lead them to somehow "fix it") but can also recognize good ideas and actions.


"Dis looks to be an interesting mix. I'm Syeira. Dee Professah was a good friend and I've come to pay me respects."

Applying with Syeira. Thanks for your consideration and if you have any feedback, I'd be happy to make further adjustments.


Alright, I will close recruitment at 6 PM CET (5 and a half hours from now).

@Dahruun: Your sheet is extremely lacking - the background could use some work and I would also like to see a more fleshed out sheet.

@Shanosuke: Am getting faint Mary Sue vibes from your background - wanted by everyone and fantastic at both performing and knowledge? While you're playing on the bard's strengths, it does get a bit too 'perfect' as channeled in your background, which is otherwise well written. Sheet looks okay - though formatting it with bold and whatnot would make it even better. A solid application, though.

@Syeira: Very nice character sheet. The background is okay - a little lacking, life after Lorrimar could be a little more fleshed out. Of course, I get the concept of your character, so I will only ask you to expand if you get picked.

@Valerya: I'm conflicted with the Gunslinger as it is, so I will have to ask you to go with the alternative in that case. Your background is great, however, so am eagerly anticipating your sheet.


Good luck everyone. :)


For those of you wondering, once recruitment's closed, I will review every applicant and form a party based on compatability, concept, balance and other factors. Expect the OOC thread to be up tomorrow at the latest.


Thank you for the consideration. Good luck to everyone!


DM Patcher wrote:
Alright, I will close recruitment at 6 PM CET (5 and a half hours from now).

I appreciate your giving notice, but it appears the good Professor will not be along for the ride, regrettably. I had some great ideas for characterization and role-play, but I just couldn't find a way to put the build together that was both effective and believable.

Perhaps another time. Good luck with the game everyone, it looks like it should be a fun one!


Mary Sue? Your right, it kind of does sound like that. Lol. I don't usually play bards and I thought this character would be kind of fun to try. I understand if you decide not to accept him. Just stepping out of my comfort zone a bit.

Osirion

Shanosuke wrote:
Mary Sue? Your right, it kind of does sound like that. Lol. I don't usually play bards and I thought this character would be kind of fun to try. I understand if you decide not to accept him. Just stepping out of my comfort zone a bit.

I'm not sure if this would help your case, but your background just seems to be missing something. I think it's a fine story to be a half-elf that was charismatic to overcome the stigma of being half anything. And it's fine that people think he's too pretty to also be smart, and are proven wrong. But maybe people think he's too pretty and too smart to also be an adventurer/hero/whatever? A character that's always gotten what they wanted is fine if what they've gotten doesn't mean as much to them as what they want. And what they want is harder to get. It'd also be best to be self-aware and note that no one (player or character) is going to be all that sympathetic about what the character can't do, when they're good at everything else. Your character, of course, doesn't have to be this self-aware, but that would be part of the fun.


Sorry for the late app, Patcher. I'll be trying to clean up the Herolab stat block between now and your deadline, but don't think too harshly of me if it's not in perfect form before then.

Born in 4691 AR, Torsten Olæsson hails from the town of Losthome in the Lands of the Linnorm Kings, the expansive and savage territory on Avistans's northwest shores. A hulking child from birth (his mother proudly boasting that she was unable to recover from the birthing in less than two months), Torsten's youth was spent similarly to other Ulfen male children, in contests of strength and skill that constantly prepared the participants for a life in the unforgiving north. Torsten excelled in these contests, although he rarely took joy in the winning of them. Oft times Torsten could be seen just at the edge of the ring of fir trees that provided a windbreak against the whistling winds of the outside world, staring into the seemingly endless hours of late daylight. No boys were foolish enouogh to tease young Torsten about this, though - the first few who tried were sent packing with prominent welts.

As he grew older, he grew taller and stronger, and when the time came to choose a weapon in which to train, Torsten quickly selected the greatsword, as it's massive blade and enormous grip was best suited to his almost freakishly broad hands. He proved a quick study, and although he was not Losthome's most proficient young warrior, he held a respected place in the unspoken pecking order of the younglings.

The blow that broke the mammoth's neck and made Torsten leave Losthome concerned his older brother, Frømund. Frømund was also a highly regarded warrior, the greataxe his weapon of choice. When Torsten turned 17, his father succumbed to an injury he sustained in the logging camps in the Grungir forest. After his funeral, Frømund assumed the leadership of the household. Late on the third day after his father's death, Torsten crept out to his customary spot on the edge of the town and stared out into the fading daylight. Although he was shamed by it, this time he wept for his father, a man for whom the giant had great respect and love. His mourning was interrupted by his brother, whose voice rang out over the icy wind.

"Your weakness is a disgrace, brother."

Torsten turned, his eyes still red with tears, to face his brother.

"You are my brother, Frømund, and although we have never accounted ourselves close, I will give you one chance to rethink those words before I kill you with my own hands."

Frømund laughed, boisterous peals of mocking derision that cut Torsten to the bone. His vision turned red, his breath began to come in great heaving gulps, and his ears heard only the crunch of his boots on the snow as he sprinted toward his brother, who in his revelry did not detect Torsten's approach. Torsten tackled Frømund and began beating him ruthlessly. Frømund eventually worked the fight around, though, and was gaining the upper hand when Torsten managed a crushing head butt, breaking Frømund's nose. Torsten rolled on top of the older man, his hands around his brother's throat, choking the life out of him. As Frømund gasped for breath, Torsten simply...let go. He stood, leaving his blood brother rolling on the ground in pain and gulping breaths. He walked briefly to the house they shared, kissed his mother, grabbed his sword and the chain shirt that all younglings of Losthome were given, and walked out of the city. "When I return," he said aloud to himself, "I will hold the head of a linnorm."

For the next two years, Torsten wandered from town to town, working as a bouncer or laborer as needed to pay for food. He never had the knack for surviving off the land that his people valued, but his mammoth frame served as a deterrent to violence in many situations, and in this way he forged a meager living. His travels carried him through Irrisen, it's unnatural winter urging him on into the Realm of the Mammoth Lords, a land that reminded him more of home. It was while travelling through this area that Torsten made a most unusual acquaintance.

One morning, Torsten was walking over the open plain when he spotted one of the nominal mammoths native to the area. The creature was enormous - six times or more Torsten's not inconsiderable size - and it was focused on a man standing 150 meters away. The man seemed to merely be standing, observing the giant creature. Instinct told Torsten that the Mammoth was agitated at the man's presence, and he quickly leapt into action. He began to scream a wordless battle cry, sprinting toward the surprised man at the same time. The mammoth pawed the ground, turning it's attention to the barbarian in preparation for a charge. Just as Torsten reached the curious man, the animal began to gallop toward them, the ground almost shaking from it's tremendous force. Torsten swept the man into his arms, barely noticing his weight in the midst of his fear and anger at the man's foolishness. The speedy barbarian quickly put distance on the mammoth, who didn't bother pursuing the two outside of it's territory, and Torsten set the man down, ready to berate him. Instead he was met with a curious sight. The man wiped dust from his tunic, and extended his hand. "Petros Lorrimor. I'm very pleased to make your acquaintance, young man."

Upon recovering from the uncontrollable bout of shaking and the weak feeling that often accompanied the end of one of his "episodes", Torsten learned that the man was a professor from the nearby territory of Ustalav, and that he had been studying the mammoth for a treatise he was composing on the topic.

Torsten bristled. "You nearly got yourself killed today, Petros. Hopefully, you have seen enough of the mammoths to know that they are far from a safe topic of study."
"I have indeed, my boy. What is your name?"
"I am called Torsten Olæsson."
"Then thank you, Torsten Olæsson, for saving my life..."

Torsten accompanied the Professor back into the land of Ustalav, where he took his leave from the older man. He spent a little under a year serving as a gravedigger, almost forgetting the chance encounter that brought him to the country. His sword began to rust from disuse, and just as Torsten considered leaving the country again in search of other work or perhaps adventure, he received a letter...


@Shanosuke

Or maybe even self-conscious about the fact that he gets what he wants, not because people like him, but just because of the looks. Maybe be upset about the fact that people only notice his appearance, and don't bother to get to know him. To him his looks are a curse, and he hetes having to resort to them in order to get what he wants.

Also, is it bad that I'm really eager to know who's names are in the envelope?

"And the award goes to... envelope please..."

*fingers crossed*

*drumroll plays*


Grigori Kirrilov wrote:

@Shanosuke

Or maybe even self-conscious about the fact that he gets what he wants, not because people like him, but just because of the looks. Maybe be upset about the fact that people only notice his appearance, and don't bother to get to know him. To him his looks are a curse, and he hetes having to resort to them in order to get what he wants.

Also, is it bad that I'm really eager to know who's names are in the envelope?

"And the award goes to... envelope please..."

*fingers crossed*

*drumroll plays*

Ditto my friend! Definitely ditto!


Here goes my character sheet (spoilered for lenght):

Character Sheet:

Valerya Dragonsbreath
Half-elf Ranger (Trapper) 1
NG Medium humanoid (elf)
Init +4; Senses Low-Light Vision; Perception +7
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DEFENSE
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AC 18, touch 14, flat-footed 14 (+4 Dex, +4 armor)
hp 12 (1d10+2)
Fort +4, Ref +6, Will +1

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OFFENSE
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Spd 30 ft.
Melee rapier +1 (1d6/18-20)
Melee morningstar +1 (1d8)
Ranged Dragonsbreath +6 (1d10/19-20/x2, range 120 ft.)

Combat gear Dragonsbreath (masterwork repeating heavy crossbow), crossbow bolts (50), cold iron crossbow bolts (20), silvered crossbow bolts (40), chain shirt

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STATISTICS
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Str 10, Dex 18, Con 14, Int 13, Wis 12, Cha 10

Base Atk +1; CMB +1; CMD 14

Feats Point-Blank Shot

Traits Heirloom Weapon (Repeating Crossbow), Improvisational Equipment, Subject of Study ().

Class Abilities Trapfinding, Favored Enemy, Track (+1), Wild Empathy (+1)

Skills (8 skill points)
Craft (Int) +5 (1 rank, +4 Int)
Disable Device (Dex) +8 (1 rank, +4 Dex)
Knowledge (dungeoneering) (Int) +5 (1 rank, +4 Int)
Knowledge (geography) (Int) +5 (1 rank, +4 Int)
Knowledge (nature) (Int) +5 (1 rank, +4 Int)
Perception (Wis) +7 (1 rank, +1 Wis, +2 racial)
Stealth (Dex) +7 (1 rank, +4 Dex, -2 armor)
Survival (Wis) +5 (1 rank, +1 Wis)

Languages Common, Elven, Varisian

Racial Abilities Low-Light Vision, Ancestral Arms (repeating crossbow), Elf Blood, Elven Immunities, Keen Senses (+2 Perception), Multitalented (Ranger, Fighter)

Favored Classes Ranger, Fighter (+1 skill point)

Other Gear Artisan's Tool (masterwork), Backpack (empty), Bedroll, Crowbar, Winter blanket, Fishhook, Flint and steel, Grappling Hook, Bullseye Lantern, Manacles, Oil (2), Rope, hempen (50 ft.), Sack (empty), Thieves' Tools, Waterskin (2)

Clothing Traveler's outfit (2), Artisan's outfit (2), Cold Weather outfit

Other Guard dog (Grimmand "Grim")

Coin 1 gp.


@Valerya: Brilliant, thank you. Looks good.

Alright! So it's 6:30 PM CET - recruitment has closed, and the delay was me sorting through every application to make sure I got you all.

Here is the list.

Black Dow - Fernu Fears Nothing (Human Barbarian)
Nazard - Venedictos (Human Cleric)
Try Malovich - Grigori Kirrilov (Human Magus)
imimrtl - Sir Gellius Crispin (Human Paladin)
Vanulf Wulfson - Cassandra Blackmoore (Changeling Oracle)
Edgar Lamoureux - Viktor Stasiuk (Human Magus)
Joy - Almathea (Human Witch)
aptinuviel - Edmund (Human Paladin)
Sir Not Appearing In This Film - Aerys Trajyon (Human Sorcerer)
hogarth - Petr Semchuk (Human Oracle)
Sunderstone - Kordel Mordaen (Elf Rogue)
Shanosuke - Richie Royallis (Half-Elf Bard)
Erefine - Dahruun (Human Cavalier)
Rune - Valerya Dragonsbreath (Half-Elf Ranger?)
michaelane - Syeira (Human Witch)
Jeremiziah - Torsten Olæsson (Human Barbarian)

I will go through the reviewing process now, and when I've decided on the party, you will be informed. I wish you all the best of luck.


Dahruun's background is more fleshed out and I will finish fleshing out his skills and gear as soon as my kids go down for a nap.


Ok Dahruun's skills are also posted with his updated backstory.


Judgement day cometh.

I want to offer my apologies for those that were not selecte - the applications this time around were absolutely superb, and trying to select players gave me a headache. But I have now chosen those who will get to pay their respects to the late Professor Lorrimor, and they are as follows:

Jeremiziah - Torsten Olæsson (Human Barbarian)
Nazard - Venedictos (Human Cleric)
Sir Not Appearing In This Film - Aerys Trajyon (Human Sorcerer)
Edgar Lamoureux - Viktor Stasiuk (Human Magus)
Rune - Valerya Dragonsbreath (Half-Elf Ranger?)

I will put up the OOC thread shortly. I wish those of you who were not selected the best of luck - and in the future, if I start more APs, you are all welcome to apply.

Link to OOC Thread.

EDIT: Since Edmund withdrew, the spot goes to Valerya Dragonsbreath instead.


DM Patcher wrote:

Judgement day cometh.

I want to offer my apologies for those that were not selecte - the applications this time around were absolutely superb, and trying to select players gave me a headache. But I have now chosen those who will get to pay their respects to the late Professor Lorrimor, and they are as follows:

Jeremiziah - Torsten Olæsson (Human Barbarian)
Nazard - Venedictos (Human Cleric)
Sir Not Appearing In This Film - Aerys Trajyon (Human Sorcerer)
Edgar Lamoureux - Viktor Stasiuk (Human Magus)
aptinuviel - Edmund (Human Paladin)

I will put up the OOC thread shortly. I wish those of you who were not selected the best of luck - and in the future, if I start more APs, you are all welcome to apply.

I'm sorry, I meant to post this earlier after my previous response to Shanosuke, but it seems to have not gone out. I had to withdraw my submission. I'm very sorry this comes after you finished picking the groups, and I hope it doesn't cause you too much trouble.


Edmund wrote:
Stuff

I saw no such message - though I'm sad to see you go. I have updated my post and changed the spot.

Good luck in the future, Edmund.


DM Patcher wrote:
Edmund wrote:
Stuff

I saw no such message - though I'm sad to see you go. I have updated my post and changed the spot.

Good luck in the future, Edmund.

Pally for a pally pleaaaase!! lol ? ;)


Ah well good luck everyone! Hopefully i'll get in a carrion crown at some point lol. Have a blast! DM Patcher is great from what I have seen.


imimrtl wrote:
Ah well good luck everyone! Hopefully i'll get in a carrion crown at some point lol. Have a blast! DM Patcher is great from what I have seen.

Thank you for the kind words. I hope you will apply again if I run another AP in the future. (if I grow more insane)


Well I tried. If any of you are looking to join an urban based campaign, I'm currently recruiting for one. Look for Borallas. It should be a lot of fun. Hope to see some of you.


Man had high hopes for Fernu lol... but given my alias not gutted too much that a Northman got the barbarian spot :)

Enjoy the game guys - well done to all, and thanks DM_Patcher for the consideration.

Keep us in mind should you need any replacements and will definately sub to any of your pbp in the future.

Cheers

BD

Andoran

Yeah, BD - I felt sort of bad also submitting a human barbarian, so I apologize for that. It's kind of bad form. I just really had the urge to submit a barbarian, and I'm going through a fascination with Ulfen characters right now, so I really didn't have a choice. My apologies. Fernu will definitely get in a game sooner rather than later, at least that is my hope!


Jeremiziah wrote:
Yeah, BD - I felt sort of bad also submitting a human barbarian, so I apologize for that. It's kind of bad form. I just really had the urge to submit a barbarian, and I'm going through a fascination with Ulfen characters right now, so I really didn't have a choice. My apologies. Fernu will definitely get in a game sooner rather than later, at least that is my hope!

Not at all bad form! Torsten is a cool character - archtypal Viking [really liked how you touched on the Scandanavian traditions of fests of strength] - looking forward to following your adventures - well done [and yeah Fernu will be unleased one of these days ;)]

Skal!

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