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Plot Zone / Re: Character Development Thread 1
« on: June 19, 2017, 05:08:13 AM »
Signing up Razzy even though there are enough people because I am a rebel

AMA Section / Re: Walter's Ayy-Emm-Ayy
« on: June 13, 2017, 01:50:33 PM »
Janna didn't bring all that much, not stuff that didn't relate to her training, at least. She would have no books other than those needed for her studies, but she'd have a set of hand weights ranging from 3 to 10 kg and a couple of nicknacks here and there.

Janna'd have a couple of photos both on her nightstand and on the desk, though. She'd keep a photo of her parents by her parents and a photo of her little brother, Ezekiel, to remind her why she's training to be a huntress. On her desk she'd have a drawing of her from Ezekiel when the kid was 4, and a framed photo of her and Leela, her trainer, hugging each others shoulders and giving peace signs to the camera at some festival in Vale. She'd probably have an actual camera as well.

The Vale Region / Re: Take What You Can - Give Nothing Back! [CLOSED]
« on: June 13, 2017, 01:42:03 PM »
Smoke bombs. Shit. The shield maiden didn't hesitate to put a couple of rounds into the smoke cloud where she had last seen the assailant, but she knew that they would have moved by now. Janna switched both Honor and Justice into their sword forms, ready to counter attack.

"Tristan! Can you stand? You need to hide!" She called out to the girl behind her. Her aura had been broken, and Janna had no idea what were the intentions of this new attacker. But if she needed to, Janna would fight until her aura broke and beyond that. She had those shields for a reason, even if she lacked her armor.

AMA Section / Re: Walter's Ayy-Emm-Ayy
« on: June 10, 2017, 01:39:50 AM »
He'd scoff at it, claiming that it was a ridiculous trend he would take absolutely no part in. In reality, it'd be because he can't grow facial hair for shit.

AMA Section / Re: Walter's Ayy-Emm-Ayy
« on: June 09, 2017, 12:24:50 PM »
Well, Janna should be the easiest one here. She'd have to be some sort of lawful good tank class, which I'm guessing is the paladin. I'm not too familiar with DnD, really, but she'd still be as tanky.

Razz and Rufus could be bards or something - both are there as inspiration for the others, Razzy having his semblance and Rufus being a rapper in the original RP. Would probably work off of that.

I really don't know about the others. Like I said, I'm not familiar enough with DnD, or RPGs in general.

Beacon Academy / Re: Smells of Sausage Again? [HTDG Re-initiation?]
« on: June 09, 2017, 12:20:47 PM »
"Well, guess those names confirm... Something." Janna muttered to herself again. Still, when it was time for them to step up, she did so with pride and dignity. Despite having known this moment would come, she couldn't help but give a wide smile. She was a huntress! With her own team!.. Named Hotdog.

She didn't really pay attention to the crowd at all, and as they were supposed to leave the stage one more, she turned to the others. "I don't know about you guys, but something about this ceremony made me hungry. Wanna go grab some lunch after this?"

Beacon Academy / Re: A Lazy Day [INVITE]
« on: June 01, 2017, 11:11:45 AM »
"No problemo, kid. Aite, Reggie, you're up." Silica instructed her boss. Mumbling something about lowly peasants, Reginald picked up Solace and took position in front of Marshal.

Silica paused for a moment, looking between the two hunters before speaking up again. "Three... Two... One...  Fight!" She exclaimed. Reginald wasted no time, raising Solace, loaded with a lightning pellet. He fired, unloaded the empty shell and crouched to take his next shot, though he waited just for a moment to see if his opponent would get hit with the shock.

(Lightning pellet does 5% damage, delivers a shock which might cause Marshal to freeze up if he's hit.)

Beacon Academy / Re: A Lazy Day [INVITE]
« on: May 30, 2017, 11:09:12 AM »
Reginald had given no response to Marshal, opting to just keep on walking, though one might note his fists clenching. What an edgy bitch.

Reggie was sitting on a bench in the training arena with his arms crossed, pouting, while Silica was idly browsing her scroll. The assistant was wearing her usual casual getup of a white, cropped tee and a pair of short shorts. She looked up to see Marshal and gave him a short wave. "Yo. So, heard you wanted to do some training? That's pretty good to hear, actually, about time Reggie got his ass kicked again. I figure you could start off with a short spar 'til either of you reaches, say, 30% aura. Can analyze what both of ya did from there."

AMA Section / Re: Walter's Ayy-Emm-Ayy
« on: May 30, 2017, 08:06:48 AM »
Well, the obvious ones would be for Rufus and Reggie - Rufus would just be a rapper, while Reggie would probably still be heir to his family fortune. How good of a business man he'd make is questionable, though.

Razzy would probably do something that helps people and brings joy to the world - possibly some sort of teacher or entertainer. His semblance is designed mostly as a way to entertain himself and others, too.

AMA Section / Re: Walter's Ayy-Emm-Ayy
« on: May 29, 2017, 10:35:56 AM »
Generally I don't think about whether a character reflects me personally. Sometimes I'll base a character off of something, such as a design I've seen before (Janna may have accidentally been based on Pharah, for example), a song (Reginald), or, yea, a personality/character I think would be fun to RP (Razzy, Rufus, Silica). Of course, I do put some part of my personality into every character - it's something pretty much every writer does, whether intentionally or not.

Beacon Academy / Re: A Lazy Day [INVITE]
« on: May 29, 2017, 10:33:32 AM »
Reggie crossed his arms, smirking. "She went out into town for lunch. I suppose I could tell her that you're interested in training. If either of us feel you're worth the time, I suppose I'll see you later."

Saying this, General Bitchfuck started to head off, feeling smugly superior. Of course, only after he was a couple meters away, he realized two things - one, he'll have talk to Silica about this, and two... She'll probably make them fight each other. Reggie tripped slightly as he realized this, barely keeping his balance, but it hardly broke his stride. Or so he thought.

AMA Section / Re: Walter's Ayy-Emm-Ayy
« on: May 28, 2017, 02:16:55 AM »
Janna's voice timbre is on the lower end of the spectrum, just above being a contralto if we're talking in terms of singing voices. She delivers her lines with confidence, rarely faltering or stumbling with her words. Janna doesn't tend to use any gestures when she speaks, as she's used to wearing her bulky, heavy armor, which makes such gesturing a challenge.

Razzy's voice, like it says in his profile, is high-pitched and girlish. I actually now have a pretty good idea for how he sounds thanks to Shuri-kun from Masamune-kun no revenge. ( An example. It works well, considering he's voiced by a female VA.) He uses a lot of gesturing unconsciously, making excited little hand movements, fist pumps, hops on the balls of his feet and so on.

Reginald's voice always has a tinge of arrogance and a feeling of superiority to it, even when he's angered or shocked. For the 'base' of his voice I sort of imagine Trevor from AH, but more snooty and posh sounding. Same tembre though. His mannerisms all point to him imagining himself as the center of everyone's attention, usually idly grasping at his vest's collar or puffing out his chest. When he talks about himself in any context - and he does it a lot - he'll always put emphasis on every word referencing himself.

Rufus speaks solely in rap, so he might take a little while longer than most to respond to something as he comes up with a rhyme in his head, though he's quick on his feet and figures something out fast enough. For his voice I imagine something in between Lamar Hall (Specifically in 'Falling towards the sky') and Chip da ripper. He often accentuates his lines by hand movements or by stepping towards his opponent - generally, making aggressive gestures even when they aren't necessarily called for.

Anza speaks in a sort of 'Southern cow-gal' fashion, and, thanks  to basically growing up in two different environments at once, goes between kick-your-ass bravado and a polite, courteous demeanor in an instant. She'll usually express the full spectrum of her emotions on her face, not so much with the rest of her figure.

Silica's got a somewhat dry delivery most of the time. When she talks business, she'll be serious about it, not straying from form. However, during her free time, she'll let go a little, speaking much louder than she would otherwise. Her tone of voice gives away just what she thinks of her conversation partner, something that's rather evident with people such as Reggie.

Beacon Academy / Re: A Lazy Day [OPEN]
« on: May 28, 2017, 01:38:53 AM »
"Puh. As if there's anything to pay attention to." Reggie responded, then glanced around to make sure Silica wasn't actually around, before adding: "If there's something to be gained from my underling teaching you, I suppose that shows just how competent you are."

Of course, the little pisswank didn't mention the fact that Silica's beaten him in melee combat every single time she's tried it, despite being untrained. To him, that wasn't the important part. The important part was being a dick.

Beacon Academy / Re: A Lazy Day [OPEN]
« on: May 26, 2017, 01:04:31 PM »
Sir turdsmeckle turned his head just slightly in the direction of his team leader, still facing his body away, the little bitch. "No, I haven't seen him much as of late. A shame, too. He made for far more pleasant company than you." Reggie commented.

After a short moment, he turned around again. "I almost feel as though I should have Silica train you, by the way. I've seen no improvement in your skills, unlike mine."

Beacon Academy / Re: A Lazy Day [OPEN]
« on: May 25, 2017, 10:58:15 AM »
"Typical. I'll have you know that real huntsmen don't have days off. They must always be vigilant, always training, unless you want to be swallowed alive by some grimm like a bug." He said, grasping the inner lining of his vest lightly, smirking like the little douche he was. "In which case, I won't say I whole-heartedly object. So long as you don't pull the rest of us down with you."

Reggie turned his back towards his team leader, pompously looking out across the courtyard, puffing out his chest slightly. "The people I must put up with here..."

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