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Captain Sakhbet "The Sandman" wrote:
How were your experiences with piracy?

Lucrative with lucre.


Oh, Totally suspicious when she shouldn't be Merisiel,

What would you expect your friends to get you for your birthday?

If you were trapped on a life boat in open ocean with a tiger, what would you do?

Do you prefer fish, chicken, beef or pork?


Azrael Dukshi wrote:

Oh, Totally suspicious when she shouldn't be Merisiel,

What would you expect your friends to get you for your birthday?

If you were trapped on a life boat in open ocean with a tiger, what would you do?

Do you prefer fish, chicken, beef or pork?

Presents.

Can Lini see?

Fish!

Grand Lodge

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber
Archpaladin Zousha wrote:
Merisiel Sillvari wrote:
Archpaladin Zousha wrote:
What is the most effective way to become DUNGEONPROOOOOOOF?! MWAHAHAHAHAHA!!!
Be awesome. And look good doing it.

EXCELLENT! NOW TO SMASH THROUGH DUNGEON WALLS LIKE A GLASS GOLEM IN THE SHAPE OF A PITCHER FILLED WITH RED SUGAR WATER! OH YEAAAH!!!

*runs off laughing maniacally*

Too bad Mr. Koolaid had to settle for silver in the One Meter Door Bustage event.

How the Kool-Aid Man lost his chance at the gold medal in “bustage”

Jon Stewart would like to congratulate U.S. bobsledder Johnny Quinn on winning the U.S.’s first gold in “bustage” — a new Winter Olympics event in which athletes break down shoddily constructed doors.

Quinn competed in “bustage” — the accent is similar to the one in “dressage” — while trapped in a bathroom in Sochi, Russua, site of the games. Stewart says Quinn overcame a competitor better known for breaking down walls: The Kool-Aid Man.


Hey Merisiel, since you were one of the iconics for Skulls & Shackles AP I was wondering what was your nickname given to you by Master Scourge or Mr. Pugg?

Or any other nicknames you have picked up in your life?


John Kretzer wrote:

Hey Merisiel, since you were one of the iconics for Skulls & Shackles AP I was wondering what was your nickname given to you by Master Scourge or Mr. Pugg?

Or any other nicknames you have picked up in your life?

There was no one named Mr. Pugg on that ship. HA

(Dodges the nickname issue!)


Merisiel Sillvari wrote:
John Kretzer wrote:

Hey Merisiel, since you were one of the iconics for Skulls & Shackles AP I was wondering what was your nickname given to you by Master Scourge or Mr. Pugg?

Or any other nicknames you have picked up in your life?

There was no one named Mr. Pugg on that ship. HA

(Dodges the nickname issue!)

So what was your nickname? It can't be that bad...can it?


John Kretzer wrote:
Merisiel Sillvari wrote:
John Kretzer wrote:

Hey Merisiel, since you were one of the iconics for Skulls & Shackles AP I was wondering what was your nickname given to you by Master Scourge or Mr. Pugg?

Or any other nicknames you have picked up in your life?

There was no one named Mr. Pugg on that ship. HA

(Dodges the nickname issue!)

So what was your nickname? It can't be that bad...can it?

It can.

Dark Archive

Meri what do you think its worse to face, a tribe of orcs, gnolls or bugbears?


Dear Merisiel,

What would you consider the perfect date?

Have you ever been to Kyonin, and what do you think of it?

What would you consider more valuable - a chest full of gems, a pitcher of ale shared between friends, a stolen kiss, or becoming a hero?


ulgulanoth wrote:
Meri what do you think its worse to face, a tribe of orcs, gnolls or bugbears?

Bugbears.


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Azrael Dukshi wrote:

Dear Merisiel,

What would you consider the perfect date?

Have you ever been to Kyonin, and what do you think of it?

What would you consider more valuable - a chest full of gems, a pitcher of ale shared between friends, a stolen kiss, or becoming a hero?

One that the boards won't let me talk about.

It's pretty.

If you have to choose between those four, you're doing it wrong.


Dear Merisiel,

What's your least favorite undead creature to fight, and why?

Have you ever gotten cursed by a magic item, and if so what did the curse do?

Is it true that elf tears have magical healing properties, or is that just unicorns?


Azrael Dukshi wrote:

Dear Merisiel,

What's your least favorite undead creature to fight, and why?

Have you ever gotten cursed by a magic item, and if so what did the curse do?

Is it true that elf tears have magical healing properties, or is that just unicorns?

Skeleton type things, because they're hard to stab.

Nope; I've been lucky at avoiding those so far.

I've cried plenty, and I still hurt, so I'd say that's probably a lie.


Merisiel, what do you think about Numerian artifacts?

Would you risk sneaking past the Technic League to get to the Silver Mount with a haul of the before mentioned artifacts if you got the chance?


Neongelion wrote:

Merisiel, what do you think about Numerian artifacts?

Would you risk sneaking past the Technic League to get to the Silver Mount with a haul of the before mentioned artifacts if you got the chance?

They're neat! And I would!

Dark Archive

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

If you do come across a hoard of Numerian artifacts, then by all that is holy, try to avoid picking up any palm-sized devices with a flat surface. They'll suck away your free time and will to interact with the world and the awesome people in it.


Glorious Merisiel,

If a fellow party member was captured by a hundred strong band of orcs, how would you go about saving them?

If you were to attend a costume party, what kind of costume would you want to wear?

What would you say is the most majestic city you've ever visited?


Azrael Dukshi wrote:

Glorious Merisiel,

If a fellow party member was captured by a hundred strong band of orcs, how would you go about saving them?

If you were to attend a costume party, what kind of costume would you want to wear?

What would you say is the most majestic city you've ever visited?

I am indeed glorious!

Oh.

I would save them by sneaking in, freeing them, helping them get their equipment back and then either sneaking back out or (more likely) helping them kill the orc chieftain to show the rest of them how much trouble keeping them prisoners would be.

I'd go dressed as... no. Not gonna spoil the surprise.

Absalom. Not my FAVORITE city, but certainly the most majestic.


How many stabs does it take to bring down a demon lord?


Captain Sakhbet "The Sandman" wrote:
How many stabs does it take to bring down a demon lord?

One. If you're lucky! You might not get a second one...


As you are a cat person (no, I know you aren't that kind of a cat person), are their any particular Avistanian breeds/mixes that make better pets? Do you have any preference on long-/short-hair or fur colors?


Nyan Cat wrote:
As you are a cat person (no, I know you aren't that kind of a cat person), are their any particular Avistanian breeds/mixes that make better pets? Do you have any preference on long-/short-hair or fur colors?

I prefer short hair cats. Less brushing. Less hairballs.


Merisiel Sillvari wrote:
Nyan Cat wrote:
As you are a cat person (no, I know you aren't that kind of a cat person), are their any particular Avistanian breeds/mixes that make better pets? Do you have any preference on long-/short-hair or fur colors?
I prefer short hair cats. Less brushing. Less hairballs.

Why are you getting hairballs? o.0


Merisiel Sillvari wrote:
Nyan Cat wrote:
As you are a cat person (no, I know you aren't that kind of a cat person), are their any particular Avistanian breeds/mixes that make better pets? Do you have any preference on long-/short-hair or fur colors?
I prefer short hair cats. Less brushing. Less hairballs.

Hmmm, have elves bred a longer-lived pet feline? Regular cats are only around for just a decade or so... if I had an elf's lifespan, that 12-15 years for a cat would seem heartbreakingly short.

Sorry, I don't mean to sadden you.


Tels wrote:
Merisiel Sillvari wrote:
Nyan Cat wrote:
As you are a cat person (no, I know you aren't that kind of a cat person), are their any particular Avistanian breeds/mixes that make better pets? Do you have any preference on long-/short-hair or fur colors?
I prefer short hair cats. Less brushing. Less hairballs.
Why are you getting hairballs? o.0

Umm... where did I say I was getting hairballs? Short hair cats get less hairballs than long hair cats.

(rolls eyes)


Nyan Cat wrote:
Merisiel Sillvari wrote:
Nyan Cat wrote:
As you are a cat person (no, I know you aren't that kind of a cat person), are their any particular Avistanian breeds/mixes that make better pets? Do you have any preference on long-/short-hair or fur colors?
I prefer short hair cats. Less brushing. Less hairballs.

Hmmm, have elves bred a longer-lived pet feline? Regular cats are only around for just a decade or so... if I had an elf's lifespan, that 12-15 years for a cat would seem heartbreakingly short.

Sorry, I don't mean to sadden you.

Don't worry... I'm already sad.


*gives Merisel a pretty necklass to cheer her up * don't worry those only look like rotting human fingers...


Steeples fingers.

I am curious. Currently I am researching immortality. I know the Forsaken suffer much, watching their loved ones perish from age as they remain young and vibrant in their lifetimes. If I could make your loved ones - and yourself, too, for even elves eventually die - immortal... would you take that offer?

No strings attached. I would simply ask for a small report after a century or so to see how it has changed your life.


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Captain Sakhbet "The Sandman" wrote:

Steeples fingers.

I am curious. Currently I am researching immortality. I know the Forsaken suffer much, watching their loved ones perish from age as they remain young and vibrant in their lifetimes. If I could make your loved ones - and yourself, too, for even elves eventually die - immortal... would you take that offer?

No strings attached. I would simply ask for a small report after a century or so to see how it has changed your life.

Remember, the act of steepling fingers automatically means there are strings attached.


Force of habit. Also, that doesn't answer the question. I'm very sincerely eager to hear the answer. In fact, forget putting it into practice with me. If in theory you COULD achieve immortality for yourself and your loved ones through a means that does not condemn or otherwise debt you and they toward the source of the immortality, would you?


Captain Sakhbet "The Sandman" wrote:
Force of habit. Also, that doesn't answer the question. I'm very sincerely eager to hear the answer. In fact, forget putting it into practice with me. If in theory you COULD achieve immortality for yourself and your loved ones through a means that does not condemn or otherwise debt you and they toward the source of the immortality, would you?

It sure didn't answer the question, did it?

I've lived long enough to know that immortality isn't a great thing, and that the only ones who want it are the ones who don't understand it fully.

Not interested.

Grand Lodge

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber
Merisiel Sillvari wrote:
Azrael Dukshi wrote:

Dear Merisiel,

What's your least favorite undead creature to fight, and why?

Have you ever gotten cursed by a magic item, and if so what did the curse do?

Is it true that elf tears have magical healing properties, or is that just unicorns?

Skeleton type things, because they're hard to stab.

Nope; I've been lucky at avoiding those so far.

What about that glowing sword that mythic you and mythic Lem were arguing over? What came out of that? Did you draw it, and was it cursed after all?

Grand Lodge

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber
Captain Sakhbet "The Sandman" wrote:

Steeples fingers.

I am curious. Currently I am researching immortality. I know the Forsaken suffer much, watching their loved ones perish from age as they remain young and vibrant in their lifetimes. If I could make your loved ones - and yourself, too, for even elves eventually die - immortal... would you take that offer?

No strings attached. I would simply ask for a small report after a century or so to see how it has changed your life.

You mean the Forlorn don't you? Forsaken sounds like it came from a certain someone else's IP. At least I don't think Merisel has become an undead Banshee Queen yet :)

I wonder if Merisel could see herself as an Undead Banshee Queen, I hear they've got hot fashion sense.


LazarX wrote:
Captain Sakhbet "The Sandman" wrote:

Steeples fingers.

I am curious. Currently I am researching immortality. I know the Forsaken suffer much, watching their loved ones perish from age as they remain young and vibrant in their lifetimes. If I could make your loved ones - and yourself, too, for even elves eventually die - immortal... would you take that offer?

No strings attached. I would simply ask for a small report after a century or so to see how it has changed your life.

You mean the Forlorn don't you? Forsaken sounds like it came from a certain someone else's IP. At least I don't think Merisel has become an undead Banshee Queen yet :)

I wonder if Merisel could see herself as an Undead Banshee Queen, I hear they've got hot fashion sense.

She would not enjoy that. Nor does she enjoy troublemakers asking OTHER people questions on HER thread!

Spoiler:
stab


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LazarX wrote:
Merisiel Sillvari wrote:
Azrael Dukshi wrote:

Dear Merisiel,

What's your least favorite undead creature to fight, and why?

Have you ever gotten cursed by a magic item, and if so what did the curse do?

Is it true that elf tears have magical healing properties, or is that just unicorns?

Skeleton type things, because they're hard to stab.

Nope; I've been lucky at avoiding those so far.

What about that glowing sword that mythic you and mythic Lem were arguing over? What came out of that? Did you draw it, and was it cursed after all?

It all worked out fine. We gave it to Alain.


If I hold up a mirror when you come to stab me, do your attacks turn into bats?

Liberty's Edge

Did you hear that a certain halfling has managed to take pictures of you while bathing in revenge for using his instruments as firewood? Also, would you like a bunny? *begins flicking mershiels elf ears*


Tels wrote:
If I hold up a mirror when you come to stab me, do your attacks turn into bats?

No. You just get stabbed more as shards of your now-broken mirror join my knives in their glory.


snickersimba wrote:
Did you hear that a certain halfling has managed to take pictures of you while bathing in revenge for using his instruments as firewood? Also, would you like a bunny? *begins flicking mershiels elf ears*

That doesn't make sense, since...

A) I've never used his instruments for firewood, and...

B) I don't really care if anyone sees pictures of me bathing.

And I would have stabbed you for implying my ears are bunny ears on its own, but add in the ear flicking?

Spoiler:
STAB!!!!!

Liberty's Edge

Someone tell valereos to stop lying. Hes the one who told me to pass it on.
I never implied anything. Crazy elf lady!! I have never met an elf. I was wondering if there ears are like antennae. If anyone needs a stabbing its valereos. I was just enjoying a conversation with him about how much you want to stab his face.
I see that you have attempted to stab me. While I am wearing chainmail


snickersimba wrote:

Someone tell valereos to stop lying. Hes the one who told me to pass it on.

I never implied anything. Crazy elf lady!! I have never met an elf. I was wondering if there ears are like antennae. If anyone needs a stabbing its valereos. I was just enjoying a conversation with him about how much you want to stab his face.
I see that you have attempted to stab me. While I am wearing chainmail

Rapiers have thin blades that easily penetrate the rings in chainmail...

Liberty's Edge

That is why it is over a set of quilted armor. Seriously though, I personally thought that was funny. Because of the kyra thread about hottubs. Sorry. I was actually curious about elf ears. Oh and would you like a baby bunny as a pet?


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snickersimba wrote:

... Crazy elf lady!! ...

stab


Merisiel, have you ever stabbed someone so full of holes, that you could pour water down their throat and use them to water plants evenly?


Tels wrote:
Merisiel, have you ever stabbed someone so full of holes, that you could pour water down their throat and use them to water plants evenly?

No.

And that makes me kinda feel like I missed an opportunity.

Where'd that rat go?

Liberty's Edge

Still alive! I apologize for being funny. Do you accept cookies? Is your hair dyed white or is it naturally white. Because that could help guess your age. No offense, but do you like cats


Most radiant and beautiful of all elves,

How would you go about fighting a dervish dancer?

What's your favorite kind of candy?

Who do you think would win in a spell fight between Ezren and Seoni?

Liberty's Edge

*takes all of merisiels knives and swords* Stop stabbing people! That is bad manners. Here, instead of violently stabbing people. Try knitting


Pathfinder Lost Omens, Rulebook, Starfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber

*Hands Glove of Infinite Knives to Merisiel*

Someone called a ratcatcher? *sinister grin*

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