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My experience with graffiti was critical to my success in creating an army of murderous seagulls.
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War...war never changes.
We crawl, on our knees for you,
under, a sky no longer blue,
we sweat, all day long for you.
But we sow, seeds to see us though,
cause sometimes dreams just don't come true,
we wait, to reap what we are due.
-Rise Against, Re-Education (through Labor)
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Posted Oct 09 2012 - 10:20 PM
It's not entirely the five years of camaraderie between the RPG's core players that makes joining the game hard, though. TSTW! used to be a much more newbie-friendly game; I remember when everyone welcomed a new player and worked to get them into the current plots. What happened is that over the course of the game, 86 of the 100 people who posted in the RPG either posted nothing more than a profile, posted little more than a dozen times and dropped off, or simply vanished without a trace. Of that number, 50-60 of them were never overly active players to begin with, and the others jump in and out sporadically. With that track record, nobody really goes out of their way for newbies anymore, sad fact that it is. ~ Rumpelstiltskin
Yeah, I'll have to eventually get back in sometime. It's very hard to be a part of that RPG, though, considering everyone already knows each other so well and the chemistry has been pretty long-established.
Edited by Rumpelstiltskin, Oct 09 2012 - 11:12 PM.
Posted Oct 13 2012 - 03:15 PM
I don't know. Does it look weird? He's just meant to be looking fierce.
What's with Meltdown's expression?
Ha, yeah, that'd probably look great. Not that you could count on these guys to do anything remotely as heroic as the Avengers. 5 of them are villains!
Next time, now that you've established the height comparisons, you should draw them in an Avengers Assembled configuration.
Posted Oct 14 2012 - 02:58 PM
"The moral of the story is, I chose a half measure when I should have gone all the way. I'll never make that mistake again. No more half measures Walter."
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