Character Respond, Answer, Ask (November Edition)



  • @Blackbird You're the friend everyone needs.

    Johanna: "Good luck with that."

    Adaellae: Thank you.

    What a cynic. XD

    I'm starting to worry that I won't be able to get this kind of banter in the actual story lol

    That's sad. :(

    If I can work out Id'en's motivations, I may have developed a tragic backstory for her.

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    Q: Would you take a bullet/arrow/other deadly projectiles for anyone in your group?

    Arial: raises eyebrow

    William: I'm not willing to take a deadly projectile for myself; what makes you think I'm willing to take one for one of these people?

    Ceamath: I might take one for Arial, depending on the circumstances.

    William:

    Arial:

    Ceamath: I'm just saying, Arial's always been fairly reliable.

    Arial: You're just trying to make me indebted to you.

    Ceamath: ...A favor is never a bad thing, let's be honest.

    William: What if the projectile is fatal? What then?

    Ceamath: rolls eyes I'm not going to die in this scenario.

    William: Mm-hmm.

    Arial: Well, at least I won't be dead, on the positive side.

    William: I'm not sure which would be worse. You dead or her dead.

    Ceamath: How sentimental.

    Adaellae: Not for one of these people. I don't know any of them anywhere near well enough for that. In fact, I don't know any of them well enough to be in this kind of situation with them in the first place.

    Id'en: But you might still be in this situation?

    Adaellae: Life is unpredictable, I'll give it that much.

    Id'en: Personally, I don't think so.

    William: I decided.

    Ceamath: That was fast.

    William: It'd definitely be worse with Ceamath dead because Ceamath would never put the energy into, I don't know, murdering me if I make her really angry. Arial not only would put the energy into it, she has the power to do it and get away with it.

    Arial: I think you're underestimating the degree to which rage fuels me.

    Ceamath: I'm not sure whether to be appreciative of the gesture or... something else.

    Arial: I should draw up a will and make one of the requirements to fulfill it be that Ceamath poison William.

    William: Given how long it takes to draw up an official, legal will, I think I'm still willing to risk your death before Ceamath's.

    Q: You meet a giant bat. What do you do?



  • @typical_demigod

    Ceamath: I'm just saying, Arial's always been fairly reliable.
    Arial: You're just trying to make me indebted to you.
    Ceamath: ...A favor is never a bad thing, let's be honest.
    William: What if the projectile is fatal? What then?
    Ceamath: rolls eyes I'm not going to die in this scenario.

    The question does say 'deadly' projectile. I think you're being a tad overconfident.

    Arial: I should draw up a will and make one of the requirements to fulfill it be that Ceamath poison William.
    William: Given how long it takes to draw up an official, legal will, I think I'm still willing to risk your death before Ceamath's.

    Johanna: "Where there's a will, there's a way." nods

    Gerald: "..."

    Johanna: smiles

    Gerald: "Did you really insert yourself into this conversation for the sake of that pun."

    Johanna: "Yes."

    Q: You meet a giant bat. What do you do?

    Gabrielle: "Well... Define 'giant'? Giant compared to me or giant compared to a normal bat? Because... The first sounds a bit horrifying, but the latter, I'd probably still find pretty adorable. I mean, a normal sized bat around here is pretty small. You could fit one in your pocket."

    Johanna: "No. No, no, no, no."

    Gerald: "That's a rather specific unit of measurement, Porter."

    Gabrielle: "I'm just saying that, in theory, if a person wanted to keep one in, say, a coat pocket, it'd be very feasible."

    Johanna: o_o

    Gabrielle: "In theory."

    Gerald: "Assuming it's giant for human standards I'd run away, hope it never saw me, and likely never sleep again."

    Johanna: "No. No. No."

    Gabrielle: snort "It's a hypothetical. There is not such thing as giant bats. At least not compared to a human."

    Kyle: Run."

    Sebastian: "Yeah, really." :|

    Dani: "Is it a fruit bat? If it's a fruit bat I can tame it."

    Lena: sigh "No."

    Dani: "YES! How cool would it be to fly around on a giant bat!?"

    Lena: "Bats are nocturnal, so there wouldn't be much to see."

    Dani: "Still."

    Sarah: "I support this. We should keep it."

    Eldric: "If it leaves me alone, nothing. Otherwise I may have to shoot it." :|

    Sarah: "You can't shoot Mister Smushyface!"

    Dani: "Smushyface?"

    Sarah: "Bats have smushy-looking faces."

    Lena: "That they do." nods

    Emmett: "Well, I would run fast and run far. I want none of that, thank you." >.>

    Q: What do you think would be an awesome pet to have?



  • @Blackbird

    The question does say 'deadly' projectile. I think you're being a tad overconfident.

    Ceamath: Huh. I took it to mean the projectile is dangerous when fired or thrown far, not that the odds of dying are high. For example, an arrow is deadly, but if I take an arrow to the knee, I probably won't die.

    Johanna: "Where there's a will, there's a way." nods
    Gerald: "..."
    Johanna: smiles
    Gerald: "Did you really insert yourself into this conversation for the sake of that pun."
    Johanna: "Yes."

    Nice one.

    I can't remember if you said Gabrielle was keeping a pet bat in her pocket or not. I remember talking about it, but now that the moment is here, I can't remember if that was a thing.

    Dani: "YES! How cool would it be to fly around on a giant bat!?"
    Lena: "Bats are nocturnal, so there wouldn't be much to see."

    Flying by night still gets you to places faster than walking.

    haha, that's a book title XD

    o_o

    the title is

    a pun

    i can't believe this

    omg

    Q: What do you think would be an awesome pet to have?

    Arial: A mastiff.

    William: I thought you already owned one.

    Arial: No. But if I did, you know what would be awesome?

    William: ...I'm guessing you're going to say another one.

    Arial: Exactly! ^_^ pauses Or a horse. I like horses. So sweet.

    William: What horses have you met?

    Ceamath: What horses have you met?

    Arial: I find it hard to believe that every single horse you've ever met has been mean.

    William: Not... necessarily, no.

    Arial: Maybe you should be kinder and the people and horses around you will be, too.

    William: ANYWAY.

    Arial: I'm getting a horse and you're not going near her because you'll poison her.

    William: With what?

    Arial: Negative energy. :|

    William: Okay, I'm an actually superstitious person, unlike you, and that's not a real thing.

    Arial: Maybe it is in my religion.

    William: pauses Is it?

    Arial: No, no it's not. But before you judge me as un-superstitious, maybe you should consider that.

    Ceamath: I'd get a cat.

    William: I wouldn't get any animal. I have enough people depending on me for life.

    Arial: Maybe you should get a sitter.

    William: confused

    Arial: Since you're so hard to care for. You should get a sitter to help you care for yourself.

    William: :| I think I'll be alright.

    Ceamath: I shall name my kitten Bells.

    Arial: You should name it Nikki.

    Ceamath: I want to name it Bells.

    Arial: But Nikki is a pretty constellation.

    Ceamath: I don't care about the stars.

    Arial: loooong pause; sighs I can't believe I ever enjoyed talking to you. Stars are obviously more pretty than bells.

    Ceamath: Have you ever heard a bell?

    Arial: Yeah. It's loud and obnoxious.

    Ceamath: Look, it's not my fault that all of the bells you've ever heard were untuned. It's no reason to hate on them all.

    Arial: Mm-hmm.

    Adaellae: I think I would get a bird.

    Id'en: I had a bird once.

    Adaellae: Oh? Was it nice?

    Id'en: Some neighbor's cat ate it.

    Adaellae: Wasn't a very good bird, then.

    Id'en: I may have poisoned the neighbor's cat. That bird was rare and it was a gift and the cat just off and ate it.

    Adaellae: Someone's still a little upset about this.

    Because bells can be tuned, y'all. And for those of you who own bells, you better make sure you keep them tuned, lest you harm the ears of those around you.

    Q: Do you prefer looking at stars or listening to bells?



  • @typical_demigod

    Ceamath: Huh. I took it to mean the projectile is dangerous when fired or thrown far, not that the odds of dying are high. For example, an arrow is deadly, but if I take an arrow to the knee, I probably won't die.

    True. Though, I meant it more in the sense of 'you take this projectile for this person or they die' so I'd assume the odds of you getting killed that way are higher than if someone shot you in the knee.

    I'll concede that it's up for interpretation though.

    I can't remember if you said Gabrielle was keeping a pet bat in her pocket or not. I remember talking about it, but now that the moment is here, I can't remember if that was a thing.

    I like to think she is. Even if we'll never know because, you know, she's hiding it. lol

    Arial: Maybe you should be kinder and the people and horses around you will be, too.

    Johanna: "See? Told you."

    While I'm not particularly a fan of bells, I gotta say, I'm with Ceamath on the grounds that you shouldn't go around telling people what to name their pets. :|

    Id'en: Some neighbor's cat ate it.
    Adaellae: Wasn't a very good bird, then.

    Gerald: "The neighbor's cat clearly enjoyed it."

    Johanna: "Gerry!"

    Gerald: "What?" ^.-

    Johanna: -.-

    Id'en: I may have poisoned the neighbor's cat.

    Luckas: "I like you."

    Lukey, why are you heeere?

    Luckas: "Because I can." :|

    =.=

    Q: Do you prefer looking at stars or listening to bells?

    Gabrielle: "Those are strange unrelated things to make me choose from, but alright. Stars."

    Johanna: tilts head "What... Do bells... Sound like?"

    Gerald: "Wait, what?"

    Johanna: stares "I don't know what bells sound like." pause "Do chimes count as bells?"

    Gerald: "Windchimes?"

    Johanna: "Yes. I had some on my window."

    Gerald: "Uhm, I guess they can?"

    Johanna: "I like them both the same then."

    Gerald: "Stars." shrug "I don't really care for bells or chimes."

    Kyle: "Stars."

    Sebastian: "Same."

    Dani: "Stars."

    Lena: "I hate bells. Or pretty much anything that might actually exacerbate a headache."

    Sarah: "Hm. I like all things noisy, but stars are really pretty. This is hard." -.-

    Eldric: "Who sits and listens to bells?"

    Emmett: "Hey, don't judge people's taste in music."

    Eldric: "Bells aren't music."

    Dani: "Bells can be music."

    Eldric: "It'd be bad music, then."

    Emmett: "I'm gonna go find a bell." -.-

    Q: What is the most irritating sound you can imagine?



  • @Blackbird

    While I'm not particularly a fan of bells, I gotta say, I'm with Ceamath on the grounds that you shouldn't go around telling people what to name their pets. :|

    Arial: It was a suggestion, not a command.

    Ceamath: "suggestion".

    Arial: All I said was "you should name it Nikki". How is that in any way not a suggestion?

    Moving onward.

    Gerald: "The neighbor's cat clearly enjoyed it."
    Johanna: "Gerry!"
    Gerald: "What?" ^.-
    Johanna: -.-

    this is it. this is what made me almost laugh out loud in right before my class started.

    Id'en: Frankly, I don't appreciate the joke.

    Luckas: "I like you."

    Id'en: I'm not sure if this is the thing that should make you say that about me, but I suppose it's a compliment?

    Eldric: "Who sits and listens to bells?"
    Emmett: "Hey, don't judge people's taste in music."
    Eldric: "Bells aren't music."
    Dani: "Bells can be music."
    Eldric: "It'd be bad music, then."
    Emmett: "I'm gonna go find a bell." -.-

    this also made me laugh a little.

    Overall, this was just an amusing post.

    Q: What is the most irritating sound you can imagine?

    Arial: William's voice.

    William: Have you ever heard the way you speak?

    Arial: Nicer than you, methinks.

    William: looks at Ceamath

    Ceamath: Eh! Don't drag me into this!

    Adaellae: Nothing is more exacerbating than the sound of Ceamath.

    Ceamath: OKAY--

    Adaellae: And I've had some extensive conversations with William, so I can say this with certainty.

    William: What about Arial?

    Adaellae: How should I know? I've never met her in canon. rolls eyes

    William: Well, it's two votes against my voice being irritating, so there you have it.

    Arial: It's actually two votes for a voice that is not yours, not two votes *against * yours. My qualms with your voice still stand.

    Ceamath: Oh. I thought you would just say "you can't vote for yourself" and leave it at that.

    Arial: Well, I mean, that's not wrong.

    Id'en: I don't enjoy the sound of barking. It's quite annoying. In the middle of the night. While one is trying to sleep tight.

    Adaellae: I'm trying to determine if the rhyming was intentional.

    Id'en: Naturally.

    Q: Have you ever written poetry? Did you enjoy it?



  • @typical_demigod

    Id'en: Frankly, I don't appreciate the joke.

    Gerald: "I don't understand which part of that sounded like a joke."

    Gabrielle: "You astound me."

    Gerald: "Should I be offended or flattered right now?"

    Gabrielle: "I'm just amazed how you can be simultaneously the smartest and stupidest person I know."

    Gerald: "So, both?"

    Gabrielle: "Yes. Both." snort

    This whole post got me thinking that I never met anyone whose voice annoyed me. And I'm very easily annoyed by sounds in general.

    Q: Have you ever written poetry? Did you enjoy it?

    Gabrielle: "I've never tried."

    Gerald: "I've never written any, no."

    Johanna: "..."

    Gerald: "What is it?"

    Johanna: "Nothing."

    Gerald: "Jo?"

    Johanna: "Nooothing." :|

    Gerald: "Are you a secret poet?" smirk

    Johanna: shakes head "No." pause "Music."

    Gerald: ^.-

    Johanna: blushes "I... Hm... Never mind."

    Gerald: "..."

    Johanna: "..."

    Kyle: "I don't like poetry." shrug "I like to read things I don't have to decipher to make sense of."

    Sebastian: "Eh, it doesn't bother me. But I'm no poet."

    Dani: "I never tried poetry. Uhm, let's see... Roses are red, violets are blue... I've got nothing." :|

    Sarah: "You really should've thought it through."

    Dani: "That... rhymed with 'blue'. Did you do that on purpose?"

    Sarah: "Who, me?" smiles

    Lena: "Violets aren't blue. They can be a vast array of colors, but blue is actually not one of them."

    Dani: "Roses are red, or pink, or white, violets are all sorts of colors but not blue... Shut up. There, that's a poem for you."

    Lena: "Very expressive. I like it." thumbs up

    Dani: -.-

    Q: If you were to go on a trip, where would you go?



  • @Blackbird pats Gerald it's okay.

    I don't think so either. Well, no. People with really squeaky voices. Annoy me.

    Is there a prompt you found that has poetry or music involved? Because that's 100% my choice, if so.

    Lena: "Very expressive. I like it." thumbs up

    People oft forget that that's the most important part of poetry. Being expressive.

    Q: If you were to go on a trip, where would you go?

    William: I wouldn't go on a trip.

    Arial: No? Not back to this mysterious home place?

    William: I... If I got in a position where I was able to do so, that's a different story. And it would be a hard decision. I... do not like traveling. :|

    Ceamath: The horses?

    William: And everything else that lives in the woods :|

    Ceamath: I'd go to the very edge of the world.

    Arial: I've been there. You wouldn't like it much.

    Ceamath: No?

    Arial: Too hot.

    Ceamath: What if I bring a train with me?

    Arial: Too expensive.

    William: I feel like your servants would revolt in that scenario.

    Ceamath: They're paid for a reason.

    Arial: I'd go travel to wherever the Pojess begins. I just want to know.

    That's a river.

    Adaellae: I wouldn't go anywhere. I'm quite content where I am.

    Id'en: Perhaps to Puclad. Just to see if they're everything we claim they are.

    That's Teslal's mortal enemy.

    Q: Do you like your handwriting?



  • @typical_demigod

    pats Gerald it's okay.

    Gerald: :|

    Ceamath: What if I bring a train with me?
    Arial: Too expensive.
    William: I feel like your servants would revolt in that scenario.
    Ceamath: They're paid for a reason.

    I want to ask questions, but I don't know where to start. ^.-

    Q: Do you like your handwriting?

    Gabriel: "I'm neutral about my handwriting. It serves its purpose."

    Gerald: groan

    Johanna: "Gerry's handwriting is pretty."

    Gerald: "Stop."

    Johanna: "Preetty!"

    Gerald: "Stop."

    Gabrielle: snort "Tucker does have really posh handwriting."

    Gerald: "I was forced to take calligraphy lessons as a child. I hated them with a fury. And I cannot... Cannot... Unlearn it, and trust me, I've tried."

    Johanna: "Why would you do that?"

    Gerald: "Because it stands out. How many mercenaries out there do you think have perfect penmanship?"

    Johanna: shrugs "My handwriting is ugly."

    Gerald: "It's not ugly."

    Johanna: =.=

    Gerald: "You've known how to write for what, four-five years? Give yourself a break."

    Johanna: :/

    Gerald: sigh "I can give you lessons if you want."

    Johanna: ^.^!

    Gerald: "It's really not something to be that excited about."

    Kyle: "Seb's handwriting is way nicer than mine."

    Sebastian: "I think maybe it's because you're a lefty and I'm not?"

    Kyle: "Maybe?" shrugs "I don't really care."

    Dani: "I never thought about it."

    Lena: "My handwriting is very unreadable. So yes. What I write is no one else's business anyway."

    Sarah: "Dani says my handwriting is cute." -.-

    Dani: "It is. It's cute kiddy handwriting!"

    Sarah: -.-

    Dani: hugs ^.^

    Sarah: ^.^

    Q: What comes to mind when you hear the word 'cute'?



  • @Blackbird

    Gerald: "Because it stands out. How many mercenaries out there do you think have perfect penmanship?"

    Think of it this way: you write clearly enough that people can't be confused by what you were trying to say. Clarity is a good thing.

    Gerald: sigh "I can give you lessons if you want."
    Johanna: ^.^!

    yes.

    Q: What comes to mind when you hear the word 'cute'?

    Arial: Goat.

    Ceamath: They smell bad.

    Arial: Goats are cute.

    William: I don't know if I've ever seen one. My father's a cattle farmer, mostly.

    Arial: Baby cows are cute.

    Ceamath: How did you function? A farm full of giant deadly animals?

    William: I didn't have to go near them very often. And... I mean... it's not like that's a fear I've always had.

    Arial: raises eyebrow I should get a goat.

    Ceamath: I find kittens cute. And some humans.

    William: Which ones?

    Ceamath: I find Duke of Gushin cute.

    William: frowns

    Arial: Oh, I know that one.

    Ceamath: Cute, right?

    Arial: I mean.

    William: I can see where you're coming from with that, but definitely not my type.

    Ceamath: I didn't realize any men were your type.

    William: Well, no, but if they were, he wouldn't be one of them.

    Ceamath: Mm-hmm.

    Adaellae: I think of children. Most look alike, but I suppose they're cute enough.

    Id'en: I hate children. >.>

    Adaellae: They are our next generation. Treat them well.

    Id'en: I'm not having any, that's certain.

    Adaellae: You still have to treat them well.

    Id'en: Fine. Personally, maybe, ah, clothes.

    Adaellae: Clothes? I wouldn't have expected that.

    Id'en: shrugs

    Q: Have you ever looked at an outfit and thought, 'Cute!'? Have you ever worn something specifically to look cute?



  • @typical_demigod

    Gerald: "Goats are assholes."

    Johanna: "Harsh."

    Gerald: "Headbutting someone in the ass is harsh." frown

    Johanna: "..."

    Gerald: "Cows, however, are absolutely adorable. I agree."

    Ceamath: I find Duke of Gushin cute.

    Johanna: "Is he worth gushing over?"

    Gerald: "You need help, Johanna."

    Johanna: "I can make puns just fine without help." smiles

    Gerald: "Twins' sake."

    Q: Have you ever looked at an outfit and thought, 'Cute!'? Have you ever worn something specifically to look cute?

    Gabrielle: "Clothes were always more a means of not freezing to death for me."

    Gerald: "I've occasionally dressed up on purpose, but I don't think 'cute' is what I was going for."

    Johanna: grins

    Gerald: "I don't know why you're looking at me like that, but no."

    Johanna: "Your uniform."

    Gerald: flustered "White Guard uniform is not... Cute."

    Johanna: "Mhm." smiles

    Gerald: "You can't make me."

    Johanna: "Mhm."

    Gerald: crosses arms =.=

    Johanna: "I like pretty things sometimes. Cute things. I guess."

    Gerald: "You do realize you exist in a state of perpetual cuteness no matter what you do, right?"

    Johanna: blushes furiously "I... Do...?" o.o

    Gerald: "Mhm." smiles

    Gabrielle: mumbles "Nice distraction, there."

    Gerald: "Ssshhh..." =.=

    Sebastian: "I... Hmph... There might have been a dressing up incident when I was little. I will state, for the record, I don't remember this. I... Hmph..."

    Kyle: "He had dragon pajamas. And according to Kat he refused to take 'em off for like a month when we were four. And she had to literally force them out of him to wash. Or something."

    Sebastian: blushes "I... Don't remember that."

    Kyle: "That's just... What Kat said. Why would she lie? I mean..." shrugs

    Sebastian: -.-

    Dani: "I have."

    Lena: "Not really."

    Dani: "What about th-"

    Lena: "Isaidno!" >.<

    Dani: coughs "Kitty ears!" coughs

    Lena: "Run. Right now. Run!"

    Dani: bolts

    Eldric: "So..."

    Lena: "Not. A. Word." glare

    Q: Have you got any embarrassing childhood stories?



  • @typical_demigod said in Character Respond, Answer, Ask (November Edition):

    Ceamath: I find kittens cute. And some humans.

    Sabine: "Both kittens and certain people can be very, very cute." blushing happily thinking of someone

    Rachel: "Ick-humans? No. Kittens, they're cute yeah. People are petty and childish and cruel and they don't give a damn about anyone else. Keep your people. I'd prefer the company of animals any day."

    Delilah: "I think anyone can be cute, given the right circumstances and surroundings. Watching someone light up when talking about something they're passionate about is precious. It makes me happy just knowing that people have that meaning in their life. It's nice. It makes me wish I had a hobby I enjoyed that much. I haven't had much chance to find hobbies."

    @blackbird said in Character Respond, Answer, Ask (November Edition):

    Sebastian: "I... Hmph... There might have been a dressing up incident when I was little. I will state, for the record, I don't remember this. I... Hmph..."
    Kyle: "He had dragon pajamas. And according to Kat he refused to take 'em off for like a month when we were four. And she had to literally force them out of him to wash. Or something."
    Sebastian: blushes "I... Don't remember that."

    Delilah: "Awww! That's cute. I remember when I was a kid I had this white dress with a pink sash that my mother got for me to wear when we needed to dress up. I once put it on just because I could and ran around outside in it. I got it dirty and I felt so awful. But I loved the dress so much...Mother managed to get all the stains out and from then on I was extra-careful when I wore it."

    Sabine: "Dragon pajamas? Nice. I've very briefly met the real thing, you know-well, a close relative."

    Rachel: "I know you're not calling that stubborn, ill-tempered war drake a dragon. She's feisty and irritable but she's very much earth-bound and a little small to impersonate her ancestors."

    Sabine: "Shhh, she's related though. Didn't I say close relative?"

    Rachel: "Close is a stretch,"

    Q: What is the most irritating sound you can imagine?

    Sabine: "It's a tossup between the irritating sound of Shane's voice grating in my ear or anyone trying to wake me up before dawn."

    Rachel: "Shane's really not that bad."

    Sabine: "Let me rephrase. The irritating sound of Shane teasing me relentlessly even when I keep telling him to shut his stupid face. Better?"

    Rachel: "That's...fair. He does tease."

    Sabine: "That's an understatement."

    Rachel: "Huh...the most irritating? I dunno for sure. I used to stay in this little shack next to the smithy so I'd have to say hammers banging against steel or grinding noises will get on my nerves pretty quickly. I moved pretty fast after the first few nights but I still hate the sounds. Arguing sucks too, but that's just a part of life."

    Delilah: "I've never really thought about sounds like that. Most of the time if I heard loud noises I had to be ready to run, fight, or...apologize. Profusely. I guess I don't really like them, but I wouldn't call them irritating."

    Q: Have you ever looked at an outfit and thought, 'Cute!'? Have you ever worn something specifically to look cute?

    Sabine: "Of course I have! I might not be the girliest all the time but I know how to look cute and sometimes I want to. I mean, lately I've been doing it more often, but-" blushes some

    Rachel: "You are entirely transparent, you know that, right?"

    Sabine: "What? What's wrong with looking cute for someone? Is it really so bad?"

    Rachel: "I never said it was. You jumped the gun....anyways."

    Delilah: "What about you, Rachel?"

    Rachel: "Me? Why would I care if I looked cute-" blinks a few times

    Rachel: "Maybe I have. Once or twice, when I was really young. Back when there were still some happy moments. Hard to remember for sure. But not any time recently. I don't give a damn how I look."

    Delilah: "I hate to admit I've done this a lot. Back when I was still with father, I...I had to do horrible things. Hurt people. Kill some, even. Sometimes to get closer to a target I had to look cute and unassuming. It was the difference between a failed mission and a beating and a successful one."

    Sabine: "Delilah...you know, none of what happened back then is your fault."

    Delilah: pained smile "Thank you for the sentiment, Sabine. But I still believe it very much is, and I have a long ways to go to work off the debt to the world I've built up."

    Q: Have you got any embarrassing childhood stories?

    Sabine: "I'm not answering this. I've had them bandied about in my face by Shane enough I'm sick of them, whether hearing them or telling them myself."

    Rachel: "Embarrassing? Like the time I slept over at a friend's house one night and stepped out for fresh air and got locked out? I had to wake him up to let me back in that same night. He still hasn't let me live it down. I'm still a kid to most people, so this counts, right? It's pretty recent."

    Delilah: "I would think it does. I think my most embarrassing childhood moment was part of my naivete. A village boy convinced me to stand in a mirror and wait to see myself blink...and I actually stood in front of one for a full minute or so before I realized." embarrassed laugh

    Rachel: "Come on, Sabine, do you really have anything worse than those two? Don't be a child."

    Sabine: "I'd take that more seriously if it wasn't coming from a thirteen year old."

    Rachel: "It's precisely because I'm thirteen you should just tell us."

    Sabine: sighs "Fine. I'll tell one. When I was about thirteen I was going through a stage of trying to be a grownup and....I got ahold of some very adult underwear. I was wearing it and a skirt at the annual Goddess Festival, and Shane was bothering me about something during the march...and I tripped. I tripped and fell and my skirt went up and the whole town saw my less than appropriate underwear. I couldn't go outside for weeks after. I didn't ever want to leave my room. So there."

    Rachel: "I stand corrected. Ours were tame."

    Sabine: "Shut it."

    Q: Do you have any items or trinkets you always keep with you? What are they,and why do you keep them around?



  • @Blackbird

    Arial: They can be, but it doesn't make them less cute. You just have to treat them well.

    Cows are my mom's favorite animal, and now that I'm writing this I'm not sure where they all went, but she has a bunch of little cow sculptures that were all over the house :D I think we still have one in the garden.

    Johanna: "Is he worth gushing over?"

    Nice one.

    Ceamath: Like a river.

    I would like to see a White Guard Uniform to confirm.

    I'm going to ignore Lena because I want dragon pajamas >.>

    @Obsidi0nAngel

    Rachel: "Ick-humans? No. Kittens, they're cute yeah. People are petty and childish and cruel and they don't give a damn about anyone else. Keep your people. I'd prefer the company of animals any day."

    Ceamath: A lot of people certainly are, but I don't tend to let that take away my pleasure when I look at them.

    Adaellae: You are cruel and selfish.

    Ceamath: I'm fairly mature, however, and--

    Adaellae: You're petty, too. Don't tell me you aren't.

    Ceamath: And you aren't?

    Delilah: "I hate to admit I've done this a lot. Back when I was still with father, I...I had to do horrible things. Hurt people. Kill some, even. Sometimes to get closer to a target I had to look cute and unassuming. It was the difference between a failed mission and a beating and a successful one."

    :|

    Delilah: "I would think it does. I think my most embarrassing childhood moment was part of my naivete. A village boy convinced me to stand in a mirror and wait to see myself blink...and I actually stood in front of one for a full minute or so before I realized." embarrassed laugh

    Arial: Village boys are rather annoying.

    Ceamath: That's something you would do, isn't it?

    William: If I had thought to do that when my brother was still at a gullible age, I would totally have made him do that. That would've been hilarious.

    Q: Have you got any embarrassing childhood stories?

    Arial: The first time I milked the goat on my own I was walking back to the house and I dropped the pail on the ground and on myself. >.>

    William: I bet your family hated you.

    Arial: Well, yes. Not so much because of the milk as much as because I smelled like spoiled milk all night because it was washing day and I had nothing to change into.

    William: Hah.

    Arial: It wasn't. It wasn't funny.

    William: That sounds hilarious.

    Ceamath: I almost killed my brother by making him climb a tree to get my kite.

    Adaellae: Somehow, I'm not surprised that your murderous tendencies started young.

    Ceamath: He tore my kite on his way down. And I was forever accused of being responsible for breaking his arm and shoulder.

    Arial: That sounds... painful.

    Ceamath: Oh, I'm sure it was.

    William: When I was seven I was pissed at my parents for going somewhere and not taking me with them, so when they got home and they were washing their nice clothes I dropped ink into the wash basin.

    Arial: There was no one there to stop you?

    William: I mean, there was a maid in there. I'm pretty sure she saw me do it and ratted me out, because when all the clothes came out covered in ink that she let dry into the clothes, she accused me and my father was scary back then, so I confessed.

    Ceamath: That's not embarrassing, just impolite.

    William: It turned out some of my clothes were in there and they made me wear them to the parade. All my friends made fun of me :/

    Arial: It's what you deserved, you bratty little child.

    William: I can't tell if you're being sarcastic.

    Adaellae: I swallowed the first tooth I lost.

    Id'en: I ran away from my parents but I returned because I forgot my brush and all they did was laugh at me. They didn't even take it seriously.

    Q: Do you have any items or trinkets you always keep with you? What are they,and why do you keep them around?

    William: My father gave be his ring before I left and I keep that just because... I don't know, it reminds be of how it used to be.

    Arial: I don't have anything particularly. I have some trinkets from my travels, but I don't keep them on me at all times.

    Ceamath: My necklace. I'm not sure if I was the right choice to be given it, but it's a family heirloom. I intend on safekeeping it.

    Adaellae: I received my grandmother's comb at her death and my grandmother is something of an inspiration to me. I keep it for that reason.

    Id'en: I've lost the last of them.

    Q: Do you enjoy playing chess? If you've never played, would you be interested in it?



  • @obsidi0nangel

    Delilah: "I think anyone can be cute, given the right circumstances and surroundings. Watching someone light up when talking about something they're passionate about is precious. It makes me happy just knowing that people have that meaning in their life. It's nice. It makes me wish I had a hobby I enjoyed that much. I haven't had much chance to find hobbies."

    Delilah: "Awww! That's cute. I remember when I was a kid I had this white dress with a pink sash that my mother got for me to wear when we needed to dress up. I once put it on just because I could and ran around outside in it. I got it dirty and I felt so awful. But I loved the dress so much...Mother managed to get all the stains out and from then on I was extra-careful when I wore it."

    God damn it, Obsidi0n, where's my Delilah plushie!

    Sabine: "Dragon pajamas? Nice. I've very briefly met the real thing, you know-well, a close relative."
    Rachel: "I know you're not calling that stubborn, ill-tempered war drake a dragon. She's feisty and irritable but she's very much earth-bound and a little small to impersonate her ancestors."
    Sabine: "Shhh, she's related though. Didn't I say close relative?"
    Rachel: "Close is a stretch,"

    Gerald: "Reminds me of someone's 'I fought a bear once' story."

    Gabrielle: "It was a bear and I fought it."

    Gerald: "It was an overgrown cub and you charged it briefly before realizing what a horrible mistake it was."

    Gabrielle: "It was almost fully-grown, I... How many bears have you fought, Tucker?"

    Gerald: "None. I will openly admit to that, unlike some people."

    Gabrielle: "Pft, and then you complain that I don't tell you things." crosses arms

    Sabine: "It's a tossup between the irritating sound of Shane's voice grating in my ear or anyone trying to wake me up before dawn."
    Rachel: "Shane's really not that bad."
    Sabine: "Let me rephrase. The irritating sound of Shane teasing me relentlessly even when I keep telling him to shut his stupid face. Better?"
    Rachel: "That's...fair. He does tease."
    Sabine: "That's an understatement."

    When do we get to meet this Shane? I mean, come on. He sounds like fun. :P

    Rachel: "Huh...the most irritating? I dunno for sure. I used to stay in this little shack next to the smithy so I'd have to say hammers banging against steel or grinding noises will get on my nerves pretty quickly. I moved pretty fast after the first few nights but I still hate the sounds. Arguing sucks too, but that's just a part of life."

    Gabrielle: "Huh. Never occurred to me that these sounds might be grating. I'm so used to them."

    Gerald: "Why do you think I set up your forge underground?"

    Gabrielle: "...Oh."

    Gerald: "Yes. Oh."

    Rachel: "I stand corrected. Ours were tame."
    Sabine: "Shut it."

    Sabine... Lol... I'm not gonna go into details on why, but I sympathize. snort

    @typical_demigod

    Ceamath: Like a river.

    This. Lol.

    I would like to see a White Guard Uniform to confirm.

    Johanna: looks at Gerald and grins

    Gerald: "Why... Just WHY."

    Johanna: "Because. Cute."

    Gerald: groan "Fine." leaves and comes back after a few minutes, wearing a white tunic and a white and gold buttoned vest adorned with the emblem of a red and golden sun on the left side of the chest "There. Happy?" throws hands up

    Johanna: o.o "Yes."

    Gerald: mutters under his breath

    Gabrielle: "Is that formal wear? It is very... Uhm... Dashing."

    Gerald: "Actually, no. This was everyday wear." -.-

    William: I bet your family hated you.

    Arial: Well, yes. Not so much because of the milk as much as because I smelled like spoiled milk all night because it was washing day and I had nothing to change into.
    William: Hah.
    Arial: It wasn't. It wasn't funny.

    That sounds very unpleasant. :|

    Id'en: I've lost the last of them.

    On the risk of repeating myself for the fiftieth time.... That's sad. :(

    Q: Do you enjoy playing chess? If you've never played, would you be interested in it?

    Gabrielle: "My father tried teaching me. I never had the patience to finish a game at the time. Haven't tried playing since."

    Gerald: "I know how to play. It's alright, I guess." shrugs "I'd rather play Olith, to be frank."

    Gabrielle: coughs "Newhaveners."

    Gerald: "Excuse me?" ^.-

    Gabrielle: "Nothing. Just an itch in my throat."

    Johanna: "Alex was teaching me. He's... Not a good teacher." pauses "He's a terrible winner also." longer pause "It is fun though."

    Kyle: "It sounds overly complicated and boring. But I've never actually played, so maybe I'm wrong."

    Sebastian: "I'm sure you'll enjoy it once you find a way to cheat."

    Kyle: "Haha. Shut up." =.=

    Dani: "Not really. Lena keeps wanting to play, but I'm honestly just terrible at it."

    Lena: "Joe and I play when he has the time. I will beat him one day." nods

    Eldric: "I'm surprised you haven't memorized every possible move yet."

    Lena: "Oh, I'll get there."

    Eldric: "Won't it stop being fun, though?"

    Lena: "Not at all." smiles

    Q: Do you like your name?



  • @Blackbird When are we gonna get the scene where Gabrielle fights a bear? It's time to settle this debate once and for all.

    Gerald: groan "Fine." leaves and comes back after a few minutes, wearing a white tunic and a white and gold buttoned vest adorned with the emblem of a red and golden sun on the left side of the chest "There. Happy?" throws hands up

    I am happy. Probably as close to a dress up party as I'm going to get, too.

    It gives a good mental image though.

    On the risk of repeating myself for the fiftieth time.... That's sad. :(

    Id'en: shrugs You do what you must.

    Gerald: "I know how to play. It's alright, I guess." shrugs "I'd rather play Olith, to be frank."
    Gabrielle: coughs "Newhaveners."
    Gerald: "Excuse me?" ^.-

    They still tell stories about the 2024 war over Olith or Chess...

    Sebastian: "I'm sure you'll enjoy it once you find a way to cheat."
    Kyle: "Haha. Shut up." =.=

    This will never cease to be amusing to me.

    Q: Do you like your name?

    Ceamath: I picked it; I ought to like it.

    William: Huh. You learn something new every day.

    Arial: I guess so. I never thought of it.

    William: I was named after my grandfather, and from what I understand, he was a good enough man, so I suppose there's nothing particularly to dislike about it.

    Ceamath: What, but you don't like it anyway?

    William: It's just, it's common. It feels like my parents looked around, saw my grandfather, and said, "Ah, yes, the world needs another William."

    Ceamath: What would you rather be named?

    William: I don't know.

    Ceamath: You should think about that for a while. You're an adult; you're allowed to rename yourself.

    William: But it's my name.

    Ceamath: If you don't like it, make a new one up for yourself.

    William: :/

    Adaellae: I do like my name; I think it's very pretty. Maybe even a little frowns at William unique.

    William: How did you become High Priestess in the first place?

    Adaellae: People couldn't confuse my name on the ballot with someone else.

    William: What did I do to deserve this from you? >.>

    Adaellae: shrugs I'm bored.

    Id'en: I've never thought to hard about my name, but I suppose I've already had it all these years. No reason to worry myself about how much I do or don't like it now.

    Q: Would you call yourself claustrophobic?



  • @typical_demigod

    When are we gonna get the scene where Gabrielle fights a bear? It's time to settle this debate once and for all.

    Gabrielle: "I've grown way past the age of actually wanting to fight a bear just to prove I can. And despite what Tucker may imply, I am aware of the fact I probably can't."

    I am happy. Probably as close to a dress up party as I'm going to get, too.

    Gerald: "You're a strange individual."

    Ceamath: I picked it; I ought to like it.

    So, this isn't the name your parents assigned to you at birth?

    William: How did you become High Priestess in the first place?
    Adaellae: People couldn't confuse my name on the ballot with someone else.
    William: What did I do to deserve this from you? >.>
    Adaellae: shrugs I'm bored.

    Adaellae, why you gotta be like that? lol

    As a fan of ordinary names (apparently), I like William. William is a solid name.

    Q: Would you call yourself claustrophobic?

    Gabrielle: "I might say a certain place or situation feels claustrophobic to me, but I wouldn't say I'm literally claustrophobic."

    Gerald: "Same."

    Johanna: "I like small rooms. They're cozy." ^.^

    Gerald: "Yet you had no qualms about escaping prison."

    Johanna: "Prison is not cozy."

    Gerald: chuckle "You don't say."

    Kyle: "Enclosed spaces make me a bit nervous, but I don't know if I'd call myself that."

    Sebastian: "If you're not a fan of enclosed spaces then why do you keep nagging Tucker to put a door in our room?"

    Kyle: "Privacy reasons."

    Sebastian: "Door or no door, Jo will get in if she wants to get in. Besides neither of us is ever alone in the room either way. So whatever you might need privacy for, you're not doing it in there."

    Kyle: "I know that. I just dislike the idea of anyone being able to stand in the doorway and watch me sleep." >.>

    Sebastian: "I understand how that may be reasonable, I'm just pointing out the fact that it's a hopeless endeavor."

    Kyle: "I know." -.-

    Dani: "Maybe? I don't like being cooped up, but it doesn't give me straight up panic attacks."

    Lena: "No. I like being inside. If I had the option I'd never leave my room."

    Sarah: "What's a... Claus..troo... phobic?"

    Lena: "Claustrophobia is an extreme or irrational fear of enclosed spaces. So, claustrophobic is someone who is extremely or irrationally afraid of enclosed spaces."

    Sarah: "Oh. I don't think I'm anything-phobic."

    Lena: "That's good to hear."

    Q: What is the nicest thing someone has ever said to or about you?



  • @Blackbird

    Gabrielle: "I've grown way past the age of actually wanting to fight a bear just to prove I can. And despite what Tucker may imply, I am aware of the fact I probably can't."

    I was talking about the time that you already fought a bear, the one that you bring up and which is disputed whenever you bring it up. It is good to see that you are now smart enough to know not to provoke a bear, though. Death by bear sounds painful.

    Gerald: "You're a strange individual."

    bows I try.

    So, this isn't the name your parents assigned to you at birth?

    Ceamath: No, it isn't. And no, I'm not telling you what that one was. There's a reason I changed it.

    Adaellae, why you gotta be like that? lol

    Adaellae: gestures at post I just said. I'm bored.

    I wonder if Adaellae is one of those people who is stuck in her own world most of the time.

    I agree with that about William.

    Johanna: "I like small rooms. They're cozy." ^.^
    Gerald: "Yet you had no qualms about escaping prison."
    Johanna: "Prison is not cozy."
    Gerald: chuckle "You don't say."

    Hmm. And here I thought prison cells were as comfortable as any other small room.

    Okay, I'm with Kyle, even if there was no privacy provided with the door, the feeling of privacy would be enough for me.

    Lena: "No. I like being inside. If I had the option I'd never leave my room."

    nods

    I love Sarah.

    Q: What is the nicest thing someone has ever said to or about you?

    Arial: Someone once said something really nice to me about someone else.

    William: You're a liar if you try to say that no one has ever said anything really nice about you. rolls eyes

    Arial: How nice of you.

    William: ... looks mildly confused

    Ceamath: Someone once told me I looked very athletic, and I did appreciate that. I wish there were more sports in Wakegloom to participate in.

    William: I once heard someone say that I looked like Ryku. That was more weird than nice, actually. Hold on, let me think of something else.

    Arial: You don't look like him.

    William: Oh, it was like a decade ago. Okay, well, someone once told me that I was kind and hardworking.

    Ceamath: Interesting.

    William: Sadly, the context was when I made my brother do all the work of whatever we were doing, so I'm not sure if it applies, either.

    Arial: You're a carriagewreck.

    William: I mean, I normally am, just, not in the context that that person thought I was.

    Adaellae: Someone close to the governor told me that the governor considered me a very serious threat.

    William: You have such interesting priorities.

    Adaellae: I'm not sure if you mean that offensively or not, so I suppose I'll say thank you and move on.

    William: I kind of just meant it neutrally, but alright.

    Q: Have you ever ridden a horse? If not, do you want to?



  • @typical_demigod

    I was talking about the time that you already fought a bear, the one that you bring up and which is disputed whenever you bring it up. It is good to see that you are now smart enough to know not to provoke a bear, though. Death by bear sounds painful.

    Gabrielle: "Tucker is just being an idiot. I was perfectly clear in stating what happened on that occasion."

    Gerald: "No. I believe your initial statement was, in fact, 'I fought a bear once'. When you had not actually fought the bear, Porter."

    Gabrielle: "Listen, just because I didn't physically wrestle the bear, does not mean it wasn't a fight. You're an archer, you should be aware of the concept of ranged combat."

    Gerald: "..."

    Johanna: "Gabe's right."

    Gerald: "...Fine." frowns

    Arial: Someone once said something really nice to me about someone else.
    William: You're a liar if you try to say that no one has ever said anything really nice about you. rolls eyes
    Arial: How nice of you.
    William: ... looks mildly confused

    Bad, Demigod. Bad! Stop feeding the shippers. :P

    Adaellae: Someone close to the governor told me that the governor considered me a very serious threat.

    Someone in the main series once made the comment along the lines of 'the more authority figures hate you the more you know you're doing something right'.

    I think it was Lena. That... Sounds like a Lena thing to say. :P

    Q: Have you ever ridden a horse? If not, do you want to?

    Gabrielle: "Yes. No."

    Gerald: "..."

    Gabrielle: "Shut up." -.-

    Gerald: snicker "You are aware that the healers have medication to prevent motion sickness, yeah? There's a tea that you can take or something."

    Gabrielle: "It makes me drowsy. So, not safe." shrug

    Gerald: "Fair enough." shrug "I've ridden horses. It's okay."

    Johanna: "I don't ride much, but I like horses! They're so pretty!" ^.^

    Sebastian: "I've ridden once when we were younger. Kyle was scared to."

    Kyle: "Horses look way big to a six-year-old, it's not irrational to be scared of them." >.>

    Sebastian: "Anyway, Kat sold dad's horse after he died so we didn't get to ride it. Not that I think it would let us, he was a moody jerk."

    Dani: "Yes, I have. It's fun."

    Lena: "I'm not a fan of riding, but I do like horses."

    Sarah: "..."

    Dani: "We've been over this. You are not stealing a horse."

    Sarah: "But you did it!"

    Dani: "Well, I'm an idiot. You don't have that excuse." -.-

    Lena: "There we go..."

    Sarah: "NOT... FAIR!"

    Dani: sigh "Look, I will take you riding on my next day off, but you are not... Are NOT... Doing it by yourself. And if you can't get that idea out of your head, mom is going to have to know about this."

    Sarah: "You can't do that!" pouts

    Dani: "Watch me." =.=

    Sarah: "AAAAH..." flails arms angrily and storms off

    Dani: "Please tell me I wasn't this much of a brat..."

    Lena: "Weell... You were a lot less tantrum-prone. That said, you did steal horses on the regular basis, so..."

    Dani: -.-

    Q: Were you a 'tantrum-prone' child?



  • @Blackbird slowly hides Shipper Feed behind back like she was never holding it in the first place Wha- what? I would never! coughs Hey, look, a meme! points randomly and runs away

    Someone in the main series once made the comment along the lines of 'the more authority figures hate you the more you know you're doing something right'.

    Adaellae: I believe this isn't true under all circumstances, but for the majority, I do agree.

    That definitely sounds Lena.

    Kyle: "Horses look way big to a six-year-old, it's not irrational to be scared of them." >.>

    They're big to many humans, child-size or adult-size, tbh :P

    Sarah: "But you did it!"

    dies inside Why is this always the response of children when they want to do something they shouldn't? >.>

    Q: Were you a 'tantrum-prone' child?

    William: I wouldn't say I was tantrum-prone--

    Ceamath: You dumped ink in a wash basin because you didn't get to go somewhere.

    William: blinks

    Arial: I thought tantrums were screaming and yelling.

    Ceamath: Maybe. My siblings weren't terribly tantrum-prone, and I shan't be having any, either.

    William: By that logic, I wasn't very tantrum prone. A little asshole, okay, debatable, but I didn't give you headaches because I didn't get what I wanted.

    Ceamath: Did your mother tell you that after she saw her best clothes forever stained? "Oh, little Will, don't worry. No headache from me!"

    William: Don't be so melodramatic. You can get a stain out of anything.

    Ceamath: raises eyebrows

    Arial: I was actually a very happy child. I had simple wants that were easy to fulfill.

    Adaellae: I was. Thank the stars that I matured into a useful human being. Now, if only half of the other adults I know of would mature into useful human beings, as well.

    Q:

    Adaellae: Actually. looks pointedly at Id'en

    Id'en: panicked expression I don't have any comment with this one.

    Adaellae: stern look

    Id'en: Uhhhhhh. No, I suppose.

    Adaellae: "No comment", mm-hmm, I see.

    Q: Is there something that you're bad at, but you do it anyway just because it's fun?



  • @typical_demigod

    slowly hides Shipper Feed behind back like she was never holding it in the first place Wha- what? I would never! coughs Hey, look, a meme! points randomly and runs away

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    William: By that logic, I wasn't very tantrum prone. A little asshole, okay, debatable, but I didn't give you headaches because I didn't get what I wanted.
    Ceamath: Did your mother tell you that after she saw her best clothes forever stained? "Oh, little Will, don't worry. No headache from me!"
    William: Don't be so melodramatic. You can get a stain out of anything.
    Ceamath: raises eyebrows

    Gerald: "My mother would have made me wash those myself."

    Gabrielle: "I thought you just threw away your clothes if they stained."

    Gerald: "You know I wasn't being serious about that. I'm the only one of us who actually knows how to fix a shirt button after all."

    Gabrielle: "True." :/

    Adaellae: Actually. looks pointedly at Id'en
    Id'en: panicked expression I don't have any comment with this one.
    Adaellae: stern look
    Id'en: Uhhhhhh. No, I suppose.

    That was... A lot of panic for a simple 'no' response. ^.-

    Q: Is there something that you're bad at, but you do it anyway just because it's fun?

    Gabrielle: "Talking to people."

    Gerald: "Wait, wait, wait... You're telling us that you actually enjoy talking to people?"

    Gabrielle: "For the most part. Have I ever stated otherwise?"

    Gerald: "...Are you being sarcastic?"

    Gabrielle: "See, I'm bad at it." shrugs

    Gerald: :|

    Gabrielle: "I'm not being sarcastic." -.-

    Johanna: "I don't think you're bad." shrug

    Gabrielle: "That warms my heart."

    Johanna: ^.^

    Gerald: "I like cooking, but I don't do it anymore because it's a waste of supplies. And potentially dangerous."

    Johanna: "It is fun, though."

    Gerald: shrugs

    Johanna: "We should bake a cake." ^.^

    Gerald: "Maybe later." >.>

    Johanna: "I'm bad at chess. It drives Alex crazy."

    Gerald: "He's still trying to teach you even though you have no intention of actually taking it seriously?"

    Johanna: nods "It's really fun."

    Gerald: snort "Well, I am also pretty bad at Olith, but I enjoy playing it a lot."

    Sebastian: "Yeah, me too. I'm bad at bluffing. And cheating." -.-

    Kyle: "That's how the game is played." shrug

    Sebastian: "Shut up." -.-

    Dani: "I don't think there is...?"

    Lena: "You're good at everything you do."

    Dani: "That's... An exaggeration."

    Lena: "No, not really. You just don't give yourself enough credit."

    Dani: "Hm. Singing. I'm not good at that."

    Lena: snort "You're not bad at it, though."

    Dani: "Lena, stop praising me so much, damn you." >.<

    Lena: snickers "You're bad at being praised. Does that count?"

    Dani: "I guess!" throws hands up in complete aggravation.

    Lena: openly laughing now "I'm sorry. I'll go back to crushing your spirits in training tomorrow."

    Dani: "Thank you." =.=

    Lena: "I'm bad at throwing things. I have a disastrous aim."

    Eldric: "Do you enjoy throwing things, though?"

    Lena: "I enjoy activities that involve throwing things. Such as snowball fights."

    Eldric: "Well, you did win the big snowball fight last Creation Day by shamelessly using me as a human shield." -.-

    Lena: "War is war." shrug

    Eldric: shakes head

    Q: Are you competitive?



  • @Blackbird

    Gerald: "My mother would have made me wash those myself."

    William: Your mother probably tried to raise you, not spend a little time with you when she had the free time ;)

    That was... A lot of panic for a simple 'no' response. ^.-

    Id'en: I just don't like being put on the spot like that. I didn't have anything to say and then I was put on the spot like, "Oh, you must have an answer".

    Someone is unhappy about that.

    Sebastian: "Yeah, me too. I'm bad at bluffing. And cheating." -.-
    Kyle: "That's how the game is played." shrug
    Sebastian: "Shut up." -.-

    Hold on.... you're assuming Kyle cheats at everything simply because he is good (or at least better than you) at Olith, which apparently requires being able to cheat well?

    Well, at least I now know where you drew that accusation from.

    Eldric: "Well, you did win the big snowball fight last Creation Day by shamelessly using me as a human shield." -.-

    That sounds cold, but well-played, Lena.

    Q: Are you competitive?

    Ceamath: Oh, I'm very competitive.

    Arial: I never would've guessed.

    Ceamath: It's little known about me.

    William: Is that why you started sleeping with the entire court? You wanted to prove that you could be less faithful than Derac?

    Ceamath: No. Though, now that you say that, I bet I have been less faithful than Derac.

    William: facepalm

    Arial: It depends what the competition is. I'm either very competitive or I can't bring myself to have the energy to bat an eye about it.

    William: I'm competitive with myself sometimes. I set some personal goals sometimes to try and become a better person.

    Ceamath: Does it work very often?

    William: I'm much more frugal, but I haven't been successful many other places.

    Arial: At least you try.

    Adaellae: I would say I'm competitive. You have to be, to have any worthwhile responsibilities.

    Id'en: Sometimes, sure.

    Q: Do you ever set personal goals for yourself? What types, and do you usually succeed in them?


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