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Mar 4, 2013hartham posted a message on Official RP Player Index (Nuked as of 9/14/13 and with another build going on)Can I have my activity level changed to "slow"?Posted in: Forum Roleplaying
Mar 4, 2013hartham posted a message on The Elder Scrolls: Rising Sun of the East [OOC] -Accepting-Definitely, one of the better RPs on here.Posted in: Forum Roleplaying
Mar 3, 2013Posted in: Forum RoleplayingQuote from JeffDeaf
Hartham, what do you think about pairing up with Jearil for a journey to the Corruption?
Yet comes another question
How does Shroudhelm recruit? Do they hold speeches, and have people join the guard in waves? Do you join the guard by filling out some paperwork? Or is it something different?
Mar 2, 2013Posted in: Forum RoleplayingMeanwhile in Shroudhelm
Few days have passed, consisting of waiting, waiting to get one more possible adventure, hopefully consisting of bandits. Yet it was as if everyday was going to be filled with the constant boredom. To Hartham, this was a torture, a torture that makes filing paperwork seem like a fun job. Yet, if anyone came in for almost anything, he would do the job with the fury of a storm, and the satisfaction of a predator catching their prey. Yet, this is assuming that he can get hired in the first place. But then, something changed from a thought, into an action, the torment of waiting, would be replaced by the moderate annoyance of paperwork. Hartham would join the guard, today, so thus began a short journey to the nearest recruiter.
Hartham got up from the chair, that only occasionally leaned to the left, and had only a few splinters, and simply left into the chilling town. Then minutes passed, and the doors opened to let in Hartham, one who just realized that iron, was not the best clothing to wear in cold weather. This, was followed by Hartham warming up near the fire, then heading back out, this time moving much faster to shorten the time in the cold.
The city was surprisingly, quite busy. With people working in the fields to harvest their crops before the eventual blanket of snow, to merchants seeing if they can rip off a few more people before they leave. Hartham, of course ignored this, favoring to find a poster for where to get recruited over staying in the chilling roads and plazas. Then he saw it, next to the southern wall, a poster that showed the typical “inspiring” motto, with words that suggest that joining the guards is a good choice. Yet this was a waste of ink to Hartham, for all he cared about was finding the location of a recruiter. To his luck he found where the registration area was, then that is where luck decides to betray him, like a friend who is in it only for the bitter end, and the registration area is near the central plaza. That would mean that Hartham would travel through the cold through halfway across the city just to file paperwork. Thus, a journey to get a job to feed himself through the ever chilling air began.
Mar 2, 2013Other nations are doing interesting things.....Posted in: Forum Roleplaying
While Canada is only replacing a prime minister....
Mar 1, 2013Posted in: Forum RoleplayingQuote from TheEvanCat
Noobish: I assume there's a recruiter.
Normal: What would the "shadow" be?
In my first posts, there is a shadow being in the character's nightmares, I was hoping that I could flesh it out more.
Feb 28, 2013I will hopefully post soon (very busy XD .......... )Posted in: Forum Roleplaying
But some questions which will be classified
noobish: how do you join the guard? Do you just waltz on into the castle and ask a sergeant to join the guard? Do you report to a specific person [I am thinking this is the case]? Or do you just guard [most likely not XD ] ?
Normal: Would it be okay to expand upon the nightmares of my character with the "shadow"?
Feb 25, 2013hartham posted a message on Official RP Player Index (Nuked as of 9/14/13 and with another build going on)It's a pleasure to meet youPosted in: Forum Roleplaying
Feb 21, 2013Quick question,Posted in: Forum Roleplaying
How would Shroudhelm, at it's current state, go about hiring guards?
The reason I ask this is the the fact that the city has less than the average amount of guards.
Would the process of recruitment of guards be more hasty due to the need for more guards?
Or am I just being ignorant?
Feb 21, 2013Canada wasn't doing much anywayPosted in: Forum Roleplaying
Just a speech being said by a look alike Jaret Arnold, about how the country was going to proceed
Feb 19, 2013hartham posted a message on Official RP Player Index (Nuked as of 9/14/13 and with another build going on)Posted in: Forum RoleplayingQuote from BlueMaus
I can't wrap my head around PoW. It's very well written, but the idea just doesn't appeal to me. Maybe because I'm a fan of fantastical RPs and generally dislike RPing things that could actually happen.
I joined to expand my role playing skills
[Because I a bit need it XD]
Feb 19, 2013I posted, after a quick idea, I posted......after a week or so XDPosted in: Forum Roleplaying
Feb 19, 2013Ottawa, CanadaPosted in: Forum Roleplaying
The afternoon air was filled with a chill, one that welcomed a soft snow, which fell gently across the city. Besides the occasional truck, it was like a painting, a land frozen in beauty. Yet this was only because the people of Ottawa were either working, or sleeping for the cold nights of work. But today was a different day than the routine of working,eating, and sleeping. For today was the day that, the prime minister Jaret Arnold come out of the palace, and give a public speech about how the nation will move forward. Of course, there are doubts that he will still be mentally stable from becoming stir crazy, combined the fact that it was questioned as far back as the first year of him being “leader” will mean that the deposition of the audience will be, negative.
This was a day of, normality, with no real changes of the day besides what was being taught at schools and frequent notifications of when the speaking will start. Then, it came, the notification that alarmed the populace about there only being 5 minutes left. Yet there was nothing near of a massive audience going to the speech. Instead a majority of the people stayed in their occupations, for there were more important things to do besides listening to the ravings of a possible madman.
Then as the time went from 5 minutes to three, then to one, a small audience gathered, mainly to watch the leader make an absolute wreck of himself, but that was not going to be the case. In the palace, right next to the door which lead to the podium, a conversation of preparation was ending. “Do you have everything?” said a man who was obviously helping the prime minister, “I think I will be fine, after all it can’t be too bad....” then the clock reached the minute of great importance, “It’s time to start, just don’t mess up too badly” said the man nervously “I won’t”, then the prime minister walked to the podium and began the speech that could change Canada forever.
While deep inside the palace was a butler, who was your run of the mill type who did his job. His job was to deliver food to someone important, and a bit strange. Then as the butler reached the door, he knocked on the door of where that person was and spoke, “Jaret Arnold, your food is ready.”
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