Yeah pretty much. The scythes, nunchucks, swords, spears, walking canes, gauntlets, and almost every other weapon is also a gun. Even boots. I think my favorite is the handbag that is also a minigun.
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Dec 20, 2015Posted in: PC Servers
I looked at the modlist, and I noticed you're using Rei's Minimap. I think Voxelmap is better in pretty much every way, even if you have to disable the entity radar in the config. Sure, you have to get Liteloader and Technic to play nice, but it isn't too difficult. Plus Liteloader will let you install several other mods that I think will suit this server.
Nov 7, 2015ike709 posted a message on Vervara Online ♢Races♢Unique World♢Custom Items♢Custom Magic♢Posted in: PC Servers
Literacy: Wouldn't I be unable to read the OP or write this app if I couldn't read or write?
How long have you been playing Minecraft: Beta 1.8, so about 4~ years.
Have you ever been banned from a server? Why?: Nope.
What other RPG Servers have you been on/are on?: I was a test player for another RPG server, but it never became very popular.
How active will you be?: School is my priority, but I can usually get on atleast a few hours every day. Plus Thanksgiving and Christmas break are approaching.
~Scales from 1-10~
PvP Skill: 6
Leadership Skill: 7.5
Building Skill: -3
Oct 24, 2015Posted in: Forum Roleplaying
Adrien seemed satisfied with Scion's answers. He waited patiently for the meeting to be concluded and for Wilson to lead them out of the office, meanwhile deep in thought about the mission.
((Using spoilers to minimize space taken up with my Muse conversations))
"Are you really going to break into that building with these crazies?"
"I don't have many other options, Bit."
"You've never done anything like this before, you usually just sit in a chair all day and type really fast."
"I know, but they'll be doing most of the heavy lifting. They just need to get me safely to a computer."
"And if they fail?"
"Well... I can't outrun the law forever."
Oct 20, 2015Posted in: Forum Roleplaying
((Just a foreword, this whole post is out of character. And I'm really not trying to be rude, I know that real life is priority and sometimes people just can't post a reply in time, but this should be a fair way for everyone of continuing the plot in someone's temporary absence.))
((I think I have a potential solution for later in the story when some people can't respond within a reasonable timeframe (Like, preferably, 48 hours). Instead of just having the person's character being controlled by someone else or being an NPC or just simply left out of the picture, in character it could be seen as they are just not assigned to the latest COL mission, or off on a separate assignment. It seems logical that the COL wouldn't always send the exact same group of agents on the same assignments together, unless they were a single team/task force. (If that is the case, then the missing person can be "on loan" temporarily to another team to serve as backup.) That's also a way of dealing with newcomers to the RP who get accepted later on.))
((But this does leave two problems. First, what if they're capable of posting halfway through a mission? If that's the case, then in character they could be brought in as backup. They weren't originally assigned to the mission, but they've been reassigned to help the agents who were. They received a basic copy of the plan and mission details and were informed en route to the area of operations, and they regroup with everyone else or focus on a different task of the mission. For example, if I couldn't play as Adrien/Faith for a few days, while everyone else was halfway through infiltrating a skyscraper, but now for whatever I can get online to post, I could have Adrien breach the network from a computer at the COL warehouse and still participate and assist despite missing the initial portion of the RP.))
((That just leaves the second problem. What if someone becomes inactive halfway through a mission? Well, simply put, the only solution I can see is that they'd either have to be roleplayed by someone else/considered an NPC or they could be taken out of the picture temporarily by being non-lethally wounded.))
Oct 20, 2015Posted in: Forum Roleplaying
((I'm still interested, but I wish it would progress faster.))
Adrien stood quietly in the corner throughout the meeting, looking rather bored as Scion introduced himself and explained the goal of his little organization. The idea of risking his life to save others didn't really sound appealing, until Scion placed the briefcase on his desk. Normally, that amount of Credits was almost pocket change to him. But after his bank account was frozen, Adrien couldn't help but stare at the briefcase.
((Italics for Muse conversation))
"Bit, how much money do I have...?"
Adrien looked somewhat saddened as the briefcase closed, wishing he would have gotten paid in advance. He patiently listened as Scion described their first assignment, waiting until he could ask questions to say anything.
"What does their network security look like? Can I hack it remotely, or do I need to be onsite? Will equipment be provided for this and future assignments? Is a bodycount of any concern?"
Oct 17, 2015Posted in: Forum Roleplaying
((Maybe for the more mundane bits of the story like this where everyone's reaction isn't really a necessity, you could just wait up to like 48 hours for people to respond before continuing. Like not to sound rude but we shouldn't pause the RP for several days so ~10 barely varying stories of walking into an office can be written.)
Oct 16, 2015Posted in: Forum Roleplaying
Adrien follows the person before him into the warehouse. He glanced around the room, looking for security systems as he walked over to the ladder and began climbing down. He blinked as his eyes entered x-ray mode when he passed the guard, as if being able to see his skeleton somehow made the man slightly less intimidating.
After adjusting his eyes back to normal, Adrien gazed at the room before him with a mild sense of awe. "Impressive... How large is this facility, exactly?" He said just before the group entered the office.
He stood in the back corner of the room near the plant, studying the man at the desk as the others followed inside. He didn't say a word, waiting either for Wilson or the man to begin the introductions.
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