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    Bal looked at his Magma-Walkers. They longed to explore. He took a few into his mighty grip and told them "I will grant you the gift of space flight, but it will come at a cost. The coldness of space is unknown to you all, and once you leave this Great Sun you will lose your eternal flame. If you wish for the transformation, I will do it at the Divine Forge"

    The Magma-Walkers had simply thought of the Divine Forge as a landmass, not as a palace of a God. Some eager for exploration head to the Divine Forge for the transformation. Bal take the willing and wanter and shreds their flames from them, and grants them the ability to harness magma as sort of a jet-system. He adapts them to an atmosphere, but can also still thrive off of the magma. They now do not burn eternally, but are simple humanoids forged of Baluminum. The still-lit Magma-Walkers praise them for their bravery, and they head off in large groups for the long, cold hibernative travel through space.

    Bal grants the ability of space-travel to Magma-Walkers who wish for it.

    Bal then watched as the first of the adventurous were sent off. He noticed they floated in space aimlessly. Thus, Bal took a handful of the great sun and spread a bit of it into the hearts of each Magma-Walker. Now, the adventurers can control themselves in space.

    Bal grants every Magma-Walker the ability to control and create magma.

    Bal watched as his brave Magma-Walkers ventured to the other planets. As he realized that they knew nothing of the outside world, he sends a question to his brother Pennysworth.
    "Pennysworth, your noble race of Chameleos have lived and thrived outside the Great Sun. I'd be grateful if your people were to watch over and teach mine the art of survival in this dangerous place."


    Bal then turned his head to Vorach, curious of why he enjoyed such torment of his creations.
    "Fellow deity, why do you enjoy pain and suffering as you do? I could not fathom watching my precious creations endure such."


    ((Also remember that you don't have to reply))
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    Cliff, sorry, you misunderstood the chat system :tongue.gif:. I edited the OP to make it clearer, using a chat doesn't take up an ACT, you just need to use an ACT to do it. Since it was an honest, first time mistake with a new system i'll just say you saved up the ACT.
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    Vorach seemed happy with his planet, but not quite content. He raised beasts from the magma, in his own image. Horrifying beasts that pulsed off of the lava with wicked and awesome appearances. They fought continuosly, for they were filled with a hatred eternal. The death toll grew, as the survivors became stronger fighters, although becoming more territorial. Their numbers dropped from the hundreds of thousands to a few hundred over a month. The beasts who survive are terribly powerful, some large enough to cause earthquakes, some hot enough to melt entire mountains, some strong enough to level mountains, and some even smart enough to create simple housing complexes in the sides of mountains, to claim their territory. Their numbers dwindle, but the survivors are creatures of awe, filled with the eternal hatred of eachother, ever searching to kill the next one it finds.

    Korom then looked over the universe. It was filled with what he was waiting for. Vast jungles with horrendously hostile plants, magma-beasts walking among the Great Sun, caverns and mountains, lakes of lava, a seemingly endless diveresity of underwater life, and his own powerful steam-beasts. He felt something was missing. As he looked onto Vorach's planet, and saw the horrendously powerful survivors and vast expanse of Hell on Ea-...Planet he felt that the universe was ready. He spread his gift of gold across the universe. This metal, a beautiful golden-orange, was sought after by all creatures. It was on every planet, every moon, every comet, they just needed to know how to find it. Gold became revered by the more sentient species, as a gift from the gods, and they, most notably the Naga since they move much faster, begin small rituals of worship when the precious metals are found. Although the Magma-Walkers have no access to any Gold, since the extreme heat on the Great Sun the metal would melt instantly, but they start having a drive inside of them to spread out to other planets. They don't know what it is, but they begin to wonder what's out there, on the colorful rocks floating around them and want to venture out. They look at the sky and think now, unable to do it.

    Kieran looked amongst the planets, at the steam-beasts and the plants. The steam-beasts were slow, extremely slow, due to their reliance on steam. The plants were also growing smaller and smaller as the amounts of steam began to dwindle as the fire and water created bridges of rock between them through ages of continuos reactions. The steam was beginning to dissipate. He sent the other gods a gift, in return of their acceptance of him. He searches the universe, and creates a cocktail of gases in his hand. Of this he made the perfect mixture for the lifeforms to thrive. Then, he spread it out across to the planets. Slowly, but surely, the surface life begins to adapt to these new gases as the steam dies out. For some planets, it was too late, but for others life thrived. Plants grew larger than ever, the steam-beasts grew more slender and quick. They began to search for gold and start their own rituals. On vorach's planet, however, things became more reckless. As the beasts themselves adapted to the new atmospheres not through evolution, but through a natural self-mutation they grew faster and lost their reliance on magma for energy. They began to search more and more for the other beings, venturing farther away from the magma coasts.

    Madk sighs, these creatures know nothing of his substance, glome. So, he introduces it and spreads it across the vast universe. This gas radiates with energy and can cause horrible effects on some more organic lifeforms, such as tumors and cancer. As he watches them, he notices they lack scupulas! He grants them each scupulas to pinpoint the location of energies. Thus, beings now have a wider spectrum of awareness and sense nearby magma, plants, and even other lifeforms. The naga and slender steam-beasts discover and seek out these gases, and worship them as a gift from a different god, not knowing at all about us they each create their own. The more intelligent species, naga, discover a shocking ability of glome, the ability for it to teleport things. They have no idea how to use it at first, and some devote their lives to mastering this instead of their innate abilities to magic. The hell-beasts on Vorach's planet can also pinpoint eachother more easily now and some become further mutated in heavily concentrated area of glome. Their numbers grow even smaller, only about 500 remain. Do I need to mention that they also become more powerful? The Magma-Walkers also begin to fine-tune their scupula's powers, what with all the energy from the Great Sun.

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    SUMMARY
    We had a lot of complex consequences with our ACTs this time. Lots of things changed. Vorach basically created a hell, on which his creatures constantly fight out of a hatred. Their numbers dwindle, but the lower it gets the more bloodthirsty and awesome each individual creature becomes. Then Korom made gold and spread it around the universe. This new metal was so divine and precious that attracted creatures to it, making them more adventurous. Even the Magma-walkers were affected. Kieran made atmospheres on each planet, a perfect mixture of gases to cause life to evolve and thrive. Thus, plants grew larger and the steam-beasts were less dependant on their dwindling supplies of steam and became faster and more slender. Perhaps they'll simply be known as the beasts soon? Or maybe the slender-beasts? Anyway, this new atmosphere was also present on Voroch's planet, where his beasts mutated themselves to utilise the new atmospheres (Since they don't mate 'cus they hate eachother, youknow?). They grew harder, better, faster, stronger. Madk then made glome, a gaseous substance much like super-charged uranium. With the exception in that it can bend space and tim and teleport you, if you can stand the mutations and tumors. So then, he gives all the creatures scupulas, organs that sense nearby energies including magma, other life, and most notably glome. The more sentient racessearch for gold and glome and start their own makeshift religions, having no contact with the true gods. The Magma-Walkers simply watch the sky and wonder what's out there, unaffected by everything except for the attraction of gold and headaches from the scupulas and intense energy on the Great Sun. Their scupulas go crazy and they decide to fine-tune them as to prevent headaches. Some oxygen and nitrogen instantly burning up on the Great Sun caused quite a display of lights for them, too.
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    Bal:2
    Korom:1
    Pennysworth:2
    Meren:2
    Vorach:1
    Madk:1
    Kieran:1
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    posted a message on Cortex Command
    I just tested out the new DarkStorm mods, and the most epic thing just happened to me.

    After having one of the light units disarmed completely and surrounded by around 6 enemy soldiers, a dropship came in. So I flew up to its level, shifted my person, and then ****ing headbutted it's left engine. And the engine exploded. My person bounced off unscratched, and the dropship begin spinning with the right engine coming barely a pixel away from my person. So, now it's spinning down to the 6 enemies spread out at the bottom, and it lands on the right engine and gibs so epicly on a coalition face. They all died, and my unarmed person got out safely.

    That's why I love CC.
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    posted a message on Cortex Command
    My favorite mission is going on a rampage with a single MK1 rocket, to seeing how many enemies I can kill. My max so far is 37, including other dropships.

    Edit: Zuriki, your new avatar scares me.
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    posted a message on Super Craft Brothers: Brawl
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    you sir, win.
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    posted a message on The one word story! :o
    face.
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    posted a message on Deity Game
    ((Banelord, I'll give you a few hours to update, so just so you know most of those creatures would die instantly here, aside from some aquatic life. The planets' atmospheres are basically nothing but steam from the water and lava, along with steam-driven plants and Korom's steam-beasts that wander the planets and a bit of aquatic fauna and flora. This is why I said read all the updates before using an ACT.
    Quote from Eztuzt »
    All new Deities should read my laws in their entirety, and all passed acts of the current AEON.

    You could, however create and merge gases into the atmosphere such as nitrogen and oxygen so that they could support a wider array of more complex life such as Earth lifeforms, besides (This is what I've been envisioning them as A.I) the giant hulking, slow moving steam-beasts with skin hard as rock.

    I'll give you this one exception, since it would be basically wasting an ACT, and I'm feeling generous :tongue.gif:. Updating tomorrow morning.

    Quote from Eztuzt »
    An ACT should consist of a description (as long or short as you wish it), and a one sentence summary in bold.

    in bold


    bold

    Unless the whole reason of you bringing in the lifeforms was to watch them suffer horrible, slow deaths. Also, the gory explosions.))
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    Cheesecake
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    ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Eztuzt looks disgustingly at Mancede. Given all this power, he simply slumbers for all eternity. With a mighty and powerful glare, Eztuzt wipes Mancede from existance.

    Bam. PARADOX'd
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    Bal looked over the Great Sun. There was only lava and the occasional release of heat. The other planets teemed with steam-beasts. He grew jealous, and thus forged his own idea of a creature, the Magma Walker. They wander the everchanging Great Sun looking for the warmest part, floating on top of the lava with their light metallic bodies.

    Pennysworth also decides to form his own race. He tries and tries, but doesn't seem to get any luck. Finally, the great rock god perfects them. He gives them scales of all colors of the rainbow, a reptilian head and tail. However the body is dwarven, although more slender than usual. He dubs the Chameleos.

    Vorach discovered a planet with barely any volcanic activity. He began to dig for the luscious molten core, and finally tapped into it. The intensely pressurized magma spewed out, and engulfed teh surface. The planet began to tear at the center, releasing even more lava. Only the highest surfaces retained their stone, and the lava flowed around them freely. Rocks were morphed, new landscapes were formed, blowholes carved by high-temperature erosion. It was a thing of beauty to Vorach.

    Korom looked over the universe, at his creations. He knew something was missing, although he did not know what it was. He pondered and pondered, trying to fill the gap. He combined metal after metal, water and soil, and even a bit of gold, and created what he called 'plants'. Although they lacked the abilities to move, they grow in large numbers. Most adapt from steam and begin to use the most potential energy source, lava, to grow. Many more species evolve to their environment. Some live along the rims of oceans and lava basins, and some on flat plains of crushed rock. Some even float in the steamy atmosphere. The only thing not affected by it is the supermassive black hole, even the Great Sun begins teeming with vegetation.

    Meren begins to wake up from his great slumber, his powers had all but built up over his resting period. He looked over the now-unrecognized beauty of the universe, but the dullness of it's oceans. He filled them with life from the surface, which he also changed to better fit and survive in it. Flora and Fauna from the surface filled the ocean, all thriving in it. Then, he created beings called Naga from his own body. They live in the oceans and take on the appearance of a great blue serpent with arms, about eleven feet long on average. They are sentient, and as with marine life spread across all planets through divine will to inhabit the massive oceans. As a final gift he gives them the ability to tap into Meren's own divine powers. They begin to control water and chat telepathically, and also gain clairvoyance. Although requiring a lifetime of training, many Naga begin to hone these abilities.

    A new being was also spotted, wandering the blackness. He was robed, and no one knew what he looked like besides Vorach. Vorach looked at it's face and seemed to be enlightened by it.
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    SUMMARY
    This round brought alot of new sentience to the universe, including the Magma Walkers(Bal), the Chameleos(Pennysworth), and the Naga(Meren). Korom's steam-beasts, were the first to come in the previous turn. So, there are now four sentient races. Vegetation was also created and now lives everywhere, in oceans (Thanks to Meren), around lava pools, on the flat plains, floating in the atmospheres, even on the Great Sun. Meren also filled the watery oceans with fauna and imbued his newly-created species with the power of Magic. On top of all this, Mancede was PARADOX'd and a new being took his place, Kieran.
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    ACTS
    Bal:1
    Korom:1
    Pennysworth:1
    Meren:1
    Vorach:1
    Madk:2
    Kieran:1
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    Bal was impressed at his brother's work. The steam-beasts now walked around with purpose, rather than randomly. They created interesting patterns of rocks and unrefined metals, still primitive at best. Bal, with a hint of jealousy involved, forged a new species of beast, the magma-walkers, at his Divine Forge. They walk upon The Great Sun, made of the lightest and most precious heat-resistant metal called Baluminum. They inherit Bal's affinity for creations and Pennysworth's eternal spread of emotions, as well as his brothers universal gift of sentience. They wander the Great Sun in packs, searching for the most intense part to live in, drawn by the heat.

    Bal creates magma-walkers.
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    The Great Sun stood at the center, with the universe flowing around it. Bal claimed a section of it for himself and created a 'home', the Divine Forge.

    One of the new beings, Vorach, missed the times of chaos and destruction that gravity had caused. Now that things had settled, he lusted for more. Thus, using gravity once more he took planet after planet, mini-sun after mini-sun, comet after comet, and smashed them together into infinitely small objects. These cause the planets to fling about again. Pennysworth's colors cannot even escape their force. They scatter around the universe, one consuming enough to become a supermassive black hole. The immense gravity eventually catches the Great Sun, and they begin to orbit eachother in a binary dance.

    Pennysworth was jealous of the steam-powered creatures inability to feel. Thus, he grants them his gift of emotion. They look around, feeling the wide range of new feelings.

    Madk had also attempted to create fordinite, a metal from his dimension. However, he was unable to and thus created the Klondice Factor, which causes some materials to glow a distinctly new color, and although most creatures can't see it, some have the gift of an expanded visual spectrum and are allowed to view the new spectacle.

    All the while Korom had been wondering, thinking about his creatures. examinign them, thinking of how they could work with and for him. He decides that to do this, they must think like he does, with self-awareness. He calls this sentience, and grants it to his creations. The great steam-beasts now think and ponder what they can. Some larger creations begin to see their undoubted superiority to the lesser ones. The lesser ones begin to feel unhappy because of this, from their newfound emotions.

    Blackwind sees the need fore more creativity among the primitive steam-beasts. He grants them knowledge of arts, although they can barely comprehend this. They begin to form rocks into basic patterns, basic colorful patterns.
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    SUMMARY
    Bal has claimed the Great Sun as the location for his territyory, the Divine Forge. I plan for great and godly artifacts to be made here for future civilizations. Vorach, however, wanted more chaos to be had. He created black holes, by crashing planets and stars together.(I'll just say that since you didn't say how you made them) The black holes eventually ate up eachother and merged, creating a supermassive black hole. For the sake of awesomeness, I made it so that this SMBH orbits around the Great Sun like binary stars. Just think of that. Epic. Pennysworth gave the steam-beasts the power to feel emotions, and Madk created a new color/glowy thing(Correct me if I interpreted your post wrong, please :tongue.gif:) Korom finally is the first to create sentience. Read at the bottom of this post :smile.gif: Blackwind gave the steam-beasts an affinity for art.
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    ACTS:
    Bal:1
    Korom:1
    Mancede:3
    Pennysworth:1
    Meren:3
    Vorach:1
    Madk:1
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    ~FUN TIME~
    I wanted to experiment a little and make this different from other God Games, so here's a little surprise I was planning to add whenever someone achieved sentience, AVATARS.

    1. A deity may have one AVATAR at a time. To create an AVATAR takes a whole ACT. You can name your AVATAR.

    2. An AVATAR must take the form of an existing sentient race that the deity making the avatar created or gave sentience to. They may use another deity's race only if given permission through the question/answer system.

    3. AVATARS can die due to ACTs. An AVATAR dieing is the only way for a deity to get a new one.

    4. Killing an AVATAR takes a whole ACT, even if you're killing your own AVATAR.

    5. AVATARs are the only beings able to wield ARTIFACTS. More on them later.

    6. AVATARs can interact directly with lesser beings, such as talking with them. If a deity did this directly, the lesser beings would probably die in AWE.

    7. You can do something with your AVATAR every post, no matter how many ACTs you're using. AVATARs cannot bend time and space or create new things like deities can, only interact with what's already there.
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    Asiekiera, you have until my next update otherwise PARADOX kicks in.
    Meren, you have two updates until PARADOX.
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    posted a message on Deity Game
    ((I think I'll go ahead and cap it at 8 like madk said, realizing how long it took to do 3, with 2 new ones. So yeah, if Mancede doesn't do anything today or tomorrow, he gets owned by PARADOX and a new slot opens up. Anyone else that wants to join goes on waiting list for now, Blackwind your in.

    And cliff, if you want to converse with another deity, I'll say that you can ask them a question whenever you use an ACT, 1 question/ACT, and if they choose to reply, it must be an answer, 1 answer/ACT. Don't answer and ask a question with the same ACT. This would be so that two deities may be able to work together to achieve something that might take a few ACTs, but only if they both accept.))
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    posted a message on Deity Game
    Bal looked upon the Great Sun, center of the Universe. Bal see's it's limitless uses for crafting, and thus claims an area on it and constructs The Divine Forge, a place for him to rest, smith, and watch over the other deities, being the eldest.

    Bal creates The Divine Forge on The Great Sun.
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    posted a message on Deity Game
    And Bal, awed by the beauty but disappointed by it's lack of excitement, decided to set things in motion. Sacrificing the planet most equal in the elements, he creates an infinite force, together pulling the universe into itself, to create gravity. The unforeseen chaos Bal had created caused countless collisions between the planets, stars, and comets. The chaos was unimaginable, until it finally settled to a point of recognition, although much more activity happens.

    From this chaos, a being was produced and declared himself as Vorach. This beast had a horrid form, demonic in description. He lurked, enjoying the madness until it calmed.

    Once the great surge of gravity settled, Pennysworth looked over the massive hunks of rocks floating about. They were so lackluster. Sacrificing a part of himself, Pennysworth gives new life to them. He gives them a gift of beauty, creating new mineral types of colors, which had unknown levels of chromaticity. Orthoclase, Kimberlite, many more yet unknown stones, and the god-stone of Microcline, straight from the deity himself, fill the planets.

    Korom see's the newly-enhanced landscapes and wonders what great fun could be had. Although he understands that fun can never come without a challenge. He creates beasts, benevolent and horrendous, pristine and abhorrent, to inhabit these landscapes. These creatures live off of the steam from magma and water, and thus populate the more medium-sized planets with a balanced level of both. They also seem to be attracted to the rarest of Pennysworth's new rocks.

    A new figure emerges in a flash of gleek ((Eeww :tongue.gif:)) of incredible distances. It shoots across their newly-painted cosmos leaving a dim trail of green behind it, that slowly fades away. The deities dub it 'Madk' and think of it as some strange occurance from their creations, the fact still unknown that it is as powerful as they are.
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    SUMMARY
    Bal created gravity, which caused a series of events to unfold that caused untold chaos and countless planets to die in collision with others, although caused a great matter of new ones to be formed as they combined. Pennysworth filled the planets and celestial beings with divine new crystals, rocks, and metals that gave them a special flare of color and vibrance; some planets contain more of a certain ore now, and thus are shifted towards a certain color. So now it's populated by red, blue, orange, etc planets. Korom then filled these planets with mighty beasts, who were instantly driven by their creator's instinct to explore and adventure these attractive clusters and veins. Thus, there tends to be more of them around rarer, shinier grounds. Just as he finishes this, a streak of gleek flies across the blackness.

    Two new deities also came, madk and Vorach.
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    As for the Universe, I'm envisioning the planets all circling around a titanic, monstrous mass of lava known as the Great Sun.
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    ACTS:
    Bal:1
    Korom:1
    Mancede:3
    Pennysworth:1
    Meren:2
    Vorach:1
    Madk:1

    Madk, I hope you know what gleeking actually is :tongue.gif:
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