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Shit happened. Brb sometime next week or so.
1 yr ago
I couldn't save you Anri...
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Nerp derp derp. Smurf herpa rerp.
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If you're here either you're wondering what I'm doing cause I need to post in your RP (In which case, calm yo tits, I'll get around to it), or you want to know who I am. So let's begin.

I'm a college age asian kid who has more heart than he has senses. I'm still working out this whole "adulthood" thing, so until then I just do what I feel I must. As far as personality and traits go, I'm not one for boasting. So if there's anything redeeming about myself you'd have to figure it out in person or by word-of-mouth. Generally however I'm rather perverted, in the best and worst ways. nothing is too much until I've crossed the line, and that just means I've started.

As far as Roleplays I like, I have a thing for fantasy, though I'm also good for some types of sci-fi, supernatural, Modern, and slice-of-life. If it's open and sandbox, I'll probably join it. Never really been a romantic, I often chose to sexualize any notion of romantic encounters I come across. I generally write at Casual quality, though I have no issues with Free-Level Rp/Players and I can hold my own in Advance.

I'm in quite a few RP's, the notable few listed below.

Blood Act I~ Ghosts of the Past - Something of my mangum opus. Too much to describe here, but I've been in it for four years, resurrected from the Guildfall. I'm a GM.

Heroes of Beacon - the Next Chapter - I have a bit of history with joining, overthrowing, and losing RWBY RP's. So far however Heroes of Beacon has lasted over a year. I'm proud to be part of it.

Mass Effect: The face of Injustice An RP lead by Elite Commander. Good guy, good RP.

Deep Ground Online - Another RP by my friend Windel, I'm a Co-GM for this one. It has a bit of history but we're always excited about people interested in it. If you know Accel's World then you would be somewhat familiar with this one. Come check us out sometimes.

Most Recent Posts

"Catch this!"

Donnel tossed his hook at the big guy, wrapping around his arm before hooking into his sleeve. Not the flesh as Donnel wanted, but he'll take whatever he can get. He tried to pull against the giant, figuring that he could match the monster toe-to-toe. His first mistake. Certainly the giant vampire seemed surprised that he could not overpower Donnel, and the masked marauder held his ground. But then the vampire lord simply used both hands to wrath the chain towards him, and Donnel with it. "Shit!" He shouted as he was pulled towards the vampire. Then he raised his axe high into the air, slashing down at the hunter. Donnel raised his shield at an angle, and soon was thrown away from the front of the horde. Donnel looked down at his arm. It was numb, likely bruised, but fine. His shield had taken the brunt of the blow. Speaking of it, it was also sundered in half. Had Donnel not have his shield, he'd likely be down to one arm, or dead even. The vampire lord was certainly more powerful than Donny had first thought, but all the better when he slays the man.

With his hook still around his arm, Donnel stood up, hand on his axe, ready for the second go. The vampire wouldn't get another chance to pull Donnel in as he slashed through the chain; he had another hook so he wasn't worried about loosing one. Instead Donnel did something horrible; he had tossed another hook at one of the children, expecting the lord or another vampire to intercept the attack. And during that momentary distraction, Donnel would've charged at the lord, cleaving his blade to split the vampire's head from his neck.
Orchid didn't appreciate all this questioning going on, only vaguely remembering that he is in fact here to infiltrate and sneak out Leosin from the cultists. He was just so annoyed that they were threatening him and his friends that he was very tempted to start fighting now, but soon they were released. The half-orc snorted and followed the others out of the tent, and was ordered to head to the mess hall to give a hand there. Unless they had food that needed to be eaten, or hunters to gather more meat, Orchid had very little to do there. Still, he went over as he was told to do, still fuming at the indignity of it all. At the mess hall sure enough most of the cultist seem a bit hesitate to let Orchid do any cooking, but fortunately they did have some freshly killed game animals that needed to be skinned, plucked, and butchered. That was something he could do easily.

Sitting down surrounded by dead animals Katalmach took out his dagger, a dragon's claw with a leather handle, and starts cleaning the meat. It wasn't long before he was surrounded by offal and organs from the creatures he's been cleaning, and the smell, plus Orchid's own rather strong musk, would make it rather unpleasant for anyone else to be around. Intentionally so however, as less people who want to be around Orchid would mean less people who may be close enough to eavesdrop on him. He looks around for Brannor from his seated position, slowly thinking of a way to keep in contact with him now that the half-orc was certain their ruse was being investigated.
Whew, sorry for a lack of posting. I'm going to try to get something up tomorrow. Promises.

As for our escape plan, Orchid's not much of a thinker but he's down for anything. I don't think he knows about Leosin yet (No one's told him and he wasn't looking), but if asked we should take him at night, and when we do, probably leave a decoy. That way no one would be able to tell at a glance that he's missing while we skedaddle.
Whew, sorry for a lack of posting. I'm going to try to get something up tomorrow. Promises.
Man I gotta find something to post.

Daaaaayum girl, if Donnel wasn’t busy fighting vamp lord over here he’d be all up on you. As in like, actually legit proud. He had a feeling that you were stronger then you looked.

Feel free to escape if you’d like, things are pretty chaotic here so I doubt everyone can get to you right at this moment (unless Dravos wanna piece of her), But Donnel will certainly want to seek you out after this.


”Woohoo! Round two is a go!” Mamoru cheered as Yoshida announced that they’ll be battling again. Despite her shoddy performance yesterday Mamoru was hoping to make up for it this time. Even more fortunate for her, she’s met the three girls who’ll be on her team, and if there was one thing Mamoru was certain, each one of those girls could throw Mamoru really good! Dulga chucked her out of a window, Yukari threw her at Miss Mako, and even Kaida had hurled her at a wall. This meant they were very strong, so all Mamoru had to do was protect them. Hopefully this time she can prove her worth too instead of getting KO’d right out of the gate.

Moving to the gym Mamoru was excited to finally get to put on her hero costume. She had designed it herself, though she had her parents help her construct it. Despite her flair for dramatics her costume was fairly subdue but still fashionable. What she considers to be more important was the materials; it was entirely made of her family’s secret armored fibers, a special material developed by her mother that can withstand impacts and friction with sublime efficiency. Despite looking no thicker than a leather top, Mamoru’s outfit was effectively bullet and blade proof. It was also quite breathable and flame retardant. Mamoru would boast that her body would turn to ash before her clothes did. Though that’s probably not something she should try to test.

Still Mamoru was positively giddy and the idea of finally being in her hero costume. She also wanted to see what others had chosen for their outfits. Hero costumes had to not only be functional for the hero wearing it, but also cool and unique. Sure, anyone can don military fatigues and ballistic armor and survive hero work in that, but without at least a splash of flair all your good work would be left unnoticed and unappreciated. Thus she wanted to see what other students chose to wear, and hopefully they’ve dressed to impress.

Once Mamoru was done geeking out over her outfit she headed to the arsenal to gear up. She needed her ballistic rubber balls of course, since she was a poor shot with a gun she’ll have to make due with these. She also grabbed some sticky grenades. They didn’t explode into shrapnel or plasma, but literally exploded into a sticky glue. Handy to bind her enemies. She also brought some smoke grenades since that was always useful. She also grabbed the tonfa figuring that she’ll need a weapon if she’s going to fight again. And lastly, she took that gauntlet she had played with previously. Not only would it protect her hands, but she could use the mobility of grappling hooks. She wanted to load up on other gear too, but she already filled her pockets with grenades and had the tonfa on her belt. Anything else and she’d be slowed down by her own equipment.

As Mamoru was gearing up she spotted Dulga waiting for them. Dulga was still wearing her cloak and mask, and notably she had her guns too. Mamoru had heard someone shooting guns yesterday, and she honestly wasn’t too surprised that it may have been Dulga. She seemed the “Cold Sniper” type of person. ”Hi hi Dulga-chan! Waiting for the rest of the team?” Mamoru would receive her communicator if Dulga gave it to her and equip it. She tested it to make sure it was working. ”Hello hello? Testing one-two-three!”


Dark Matter

Donny gulped as he looked over the teams again. Luelle, Haruka, and Acion. He knew Haruka and Acion well enough, but he doesn’t remember meeting a Luelle. He hoped she was nice. He tapped his fingers together nervously and ate some of his onigiri for courage. ”D-D-Don’t freak out Donny boy, you can do this…” Donny did also look at the other students and their teams. Namely, he looked at Mina’s. Mainly because her and Ezra are the only ones who actually know what his “true” form looks like, which could be used against him. Mina especially was well aware of what Donny was specifically capable of. Everyone may have known he destroyed Point B, but only Mina would have any clue as to how he accomplished it. Ezra might too. Donny would have to figure out how to deal with them, lest they create a counter for him specifically.

After eating a few more snacks to calm his nerves Donny went to change. His hero costume was…. Very basic. Pretty much just cargo pants with a baggy shirt and some ankle boots. While it was somewhat trendy, it looked very plain. The main component of his costume was the black cloak that would cover his entire body, and most importantly, the white steel mask. It had very simply features just like the rest of his costume: just three holes, two for his eyes and one for his mouth. Of course there was a reason why his costume was so simple; once he assumes his true form, clothing was actually just going to hold him back. He specifically chose clothing that were easy for him to store inside of his body along with his meat bag. Just about everything but the mask was going to be put away. And even then Donny always carries a spare mask in his body.

Hugging the cloak close around his body Donny felt oddly safe. He’s always had issues about his body and being able to cover up like this felt nice. He wondered if this is why Dulga always wore her cloak around herself. Shaking these thoughts away he headed to the armory class to pick up his communicator. Donny knew a bit about weapons and stuff, reading articles and watching videos online, but aside from video games and arcades he’s never really handled a weapon. Even his throwing arm could use some work. Still… If he was going to have to fight again, perhaps he should pick up some equipment to help him.

Donny didn’t feel particularly comfortable taking weapons. He felt that he could do more harm than intended if he mishandles something even as simple as a collapsible baton (certainly ironic coming from the one who considers demolishing a building to be a perfectly valid tactic). But perhaps he could take some things that could protect him. Goggles firstly: remembering his fight with Mina, bright flashes of light blinding him really made it hard for him to land a hit on her. And while he could technically just use a different set of eyes on his body, wearing and looking through these goggles ought to help him deal with Mina and anyone else who intended to use bright lights or the sun’s reflection against him. It also served other purposes too; it had a function that let him see in the dark so he knew where he was going underground, and it protects his eyes from dust and water. Not that those things really mattered against Donny, but better to be safe than sorry.

Another device he picked up was a bit more complex, but no less useful. It was a heart-beat radar. This would allow him to detect the heart beats of people around him in three dimensions, which will be extremely handy when dealing with stealthy people or while Donny was underground. Since he lacked a natural tremor sense, he usually just guesses where people are and tries to attack at random. This way he can be much more precise. When he activated it, he made a small chuckle as he noted that the same heart-beat radar did not detect him. ”I guess I don’t have a heart after all.”

Donny wasn’t really sure what else to get. He couldn’t get anything like landmines, even if they weren’t lethal, so he just grabbed some handcuffs. Since his combat strategy this time around is going to be “Dig underneath people and drag them underground”, he may need something to make sure they go down with him. He did ponder briefly the dangers of leaving the students underground with their hands bound unable to dig their way out, but Donny figured that he won’t leave them too deep underground. Hopefully.

That being said as he was getting ready to leave he did have one thought. Many students would likely be getting weapons to help them this battle. While he was hoping that they would be careful, Donny didn’t like the idea of getting cut, stabbed, or beaten up. He wasn’t exactly use to it. Not to mention the possibility of being burnt alive or frozen solid. Considering that they were going to be using their quirks, it was a very real possibility. Fortunately, Donny found a solution: a specially woven sheet that can ward off blades, bullets, bludgeons, and insulate temperatures. It wasn’t meant to be used in combat per say, but for disaster relief. It could be used as a protective tarp covering, a blanket, or whatever other use a large sheet could be used for. It was very heavy but Donny felt it would be most important. ”Yeah…. Gotta cover my weaknesses after all. Fire, ice, electricity, not good…” Donny said quietly. He wondered if he could get his cloak replaced with this material. Though he’ll need to increase his strength if he was going to do that. Once he had his things Donny went to find the rest of his team. He found Acion first.

”H-H-Hi Acion.”


Hey boss! I got a big fer ya vampire boss one for ya that might be handy.

This guy is huge with a huge axe! Sure he doesn't look like a vampire (And from his series he's more like a werewolf) but devil's in the details. He could still suck blood and tear us limb-from-limb all the same, and he has a sweet axe that I've had my eye on for a while. Whacha say? Let em be your bad guy?
Orchid looked at everyone in the tent with a glare. Even he could see how bad a situation like this was. Completely surrounded by enemies, with Cyanwrath just a few feet in front of him. If he could get a solid hit on him from Brannor's greatsword, he was almost certain he could drop the hulking brute in one slash. However Orchid was aware that he would be cut down before he could even reach his blade. Wasn't long before Parum started talking, and she started talking a lot. The half-orc looked at the halfing and was honestly wondering if they were suppose to be lying or not, because she said a lot of things that went completely over his head. He just kept looking stern and as threatening as possible, as to send a nonverbal message that he did not fear these people.

Soon it was Orchid's turn to be questioned. When Morndath questioned his motives he spoke simply. "Power." Which was the truth. The only reason he left home was to grow stronger outside the comforts of the village. He joined the caravan hoping to find danger to hone his skills on. And he found it in the form of Greenest under siege. He had nothing more to say then that, but when Morndath asked him how he overpowered Brannor he was also curt and gruff. "I sneak. Then I attack." Orchid intentionally left his words vague and nondescript, if only because they were the first thing that came to mind as well as basically what did happen at the forest. Orchid snuck up on the cultist, and then he attacked them.

After three thousand years, I have posted!
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