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1 yr ago
Beating your meat is a waste of time, when you can beat evildoers instead.
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1 yr ago
If they just have horns then no. But if they're horny, they best watch out.
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1 yr ago
Horny people are not protected under the constitution, or the law.
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1 yr ago
DEMOCRACY IS TRUTH! COMMUNISM IS DEATH!
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1 yr ago
Jojo Part 5 having Jodeci's "Freek'N You" as its ending theme gives me more life than anyone could imagine.

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Post up! As usual, lemme know if anybody needs something addressed, collabs, etc.
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Post will be going up tonight @Rockin Strings.
Take your time man. We understand.
@The Irish Tree Might need an idea of where Light should go, otherwise I'll just roll a dice and she'll go off in a random direction, possibly causing chaos to whatever event is happening there xD.


Hmm...could have her go try and assist the goblins in torturing the cultists? I imagine her help would be appreciated.
Tossing in some tentative interest as a Cup, since y'all ain't got no cups to sup.

Also is there any form of druidic magic in the setting?
Steppe Archer happily took half of her offered apple, munching it with gusto to the point that she seriously looked ready to eat the core as well. Thankfully however she didn't. The smell of the Salty Pork Inn was...wonderful, to say the least. It reminded her a lot of the smoking tents that her tribe used to preserve meats, which caused her partially filled stomach to feel empty all over again, wishing she could tear into some meat and delight in the taste of cooked food.

Her eyes were fixed on the plate and bread, the druid girls head nodding fast enough that it looked like she was liable to break her neck. "I-I'll take some Day-Old bread and cold ham sir! If there's any left. Um...my druid friend there said I could share her room with her...would that be okay? I could split paying for it with her," the nomad girl said, not quite accustomed to sleeping in an inn. Digging through her coin purse, Steppe Archer would get out the necessary coinage, figuring that she could forage for her own breakfast come morning, or buy some herself with the money from the night patrol that they'd yet to receive. She was thankful that the stable fee was weekly, but she knew she had to get more money...otherwise, she'd have to leave town with Torchfire. Things were so much harder when money got involved...she missed the bartering ways of her tribe. It was so simple...a newly made knife for a pelt, a fresh boar kill for a coat, and medicinal herbs for spices.

Why was civilization so COMPLICATED?
Post is up! As usual let me know if I have missed anybody that needed an update from me to move forward, or if you don't have anything to do and want something to do.
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Steppe Archer beamed as they walked away, a job well done under their belts, and a rumbling in their stomachs. Steppe Archer slumped a bit at hearing the druid girl's stomach, her own seemingly agreeing as it grumbled. "I uh...don't really have money for food tonight but I'd gladly share your room. Hehe...most of my money goes into stabling my horse," Steppe Archer admitted, scratching the back of her head. Looking to their Lizardman friend, Steppe Archer would say: "But I won't go sleeping in a bed if our big pal here has to sleep on the floor, feeling like it wouldn't be fair for him if Steppe Archer got better treatment for being a girl. And small.

Fishing through her backpack, Steppe Archer would offer an apple to the druid girl, smiling. "Its not much, but it might help you save a little by fighting off hunger pangs for the night," the archer would say, just as her own stomach grumbled.
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