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Originally written by Necromancing Wolfowitz:

Um. . . LF, it would be helpful to know exactly how powerful your dynamic duo of side characters are.
Since you're just now asking, I'm going to assume you mean the new guys... Powerful enough to make James not want to fight both of them at the same time by himself, but at the same time, neither is capable of beating him in a one on one fight. One creates life & excels at politics and the other is an experienced demon hunter & lawyer(Fallian and Burrard both probly had to deal with this guy at least once). Both of them hate James, but not as much as the third guy who has yet to be introduced.

On a sidenote: How does this sound, "Minoko Godess of Corporate Enterprise"

EDIT: Pic of the new guys(for anyone who cares)

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Within an hour, Yumi found Serena, despite her best efforts to hide. "Well, that was fun," Yumi said, "You're pretty good at this." "Thanks," Serena replied, "I've just got to know something, though. How are you able to find me so easily?" "Oh, my butterflies can track anything," Yumi said, "And pretty auras are really easy to spot when I'm close enough to. Speaking of pretty auras, I wonder what my boyfriend is doing..." "What's a boyfriend," Serena inquired. "Silly, a boyfriend is a guy who you want to hold and kiss and who loves you everyday," replied Yumi. "I'm not following you," Serena commented, "That doesn't make any sense." "I guess I'll have to show you," said Yumi, "I've got the best boyfriend in the whole world. You'll like him." "What's his name," asked Serena. Yumi smile and replied, "James."

**(meanwhile in the undergound lair)** Suddenly, without any apparent reason, James shuddered. "Strange," he said to himself. "What is it," Minoko asked. "I don't know," James replied, "for a moment, I was somewhat creeped out. But it's passed now. On a more important note, I've got a question. Are most of the people on your list of high-ranking minions all sworn enemies of mine?" "James, James, James," Minoko said, "You really don't know me very well do?! In all the centuries we were together, what has been my biggest goal in life?" "To make money," James replied. "No, but that was a nice plus," Minoko continued, "It was to get a certain someone to fall in love me. Unfortunately for him, he never did and probably never will. He simply cast my feelings and affections aside." "Wow, I didn't know you had a guy you were interested in, interrupted James.

Before James could continue, Minoko slapped him with all her might. "You threaten my life and now mock me," Minoko interjected angrily, "I'm nothing more than a pawn to you, am I?! You can forget about me helping you. I don't care if we do have the same enemies. I hope you die, and not come back this time. Now get out of my really cool underground lair before I have one of those guys you hate throw you out." "What makes you think you can push me around," James said angrily, "I am a god."

"I'd love to see you try," Minoko said assertively, "Being a god is quite meaningless here, since just about anyone can become one. Hell, I did. Now, are you going to get out or do you have to be thrown out." "I'm going," James replied, "But you know this isn't over." "If you actually last long enough to fight me, I'll crush you like an insect," Minoko retorted. With all the dialog concluded, James made his was out of the lair, and ultimately out of Solaris. Unfortunately for him on his way out, he came across two people he really didn't want to run into.

Before him stood a tall man with black hair & red eyes, wearing all black & armed with a greatsword, and another man, not quite as tall with brown hair & one eye(the other covered with an eyepatch), wearing some red robes that were missing its sleeves & armed with a gladius. "Well if it isn't our old buddy James," the tall man in black said in a stereotypical manor, "Come to get a beating I see." "Probly," replied James, "It won't be from you, Joshua. I've got a lot of things take care of and I don't have time to play with you. Truthfully, I'd like to know why the 2 of you aren't taking care of some of these problems yourselves." "What problems would that be," asked the man in red robes.

"Glad you asked," James said enthusiastically, "Somewhere, you can't miss it cause it's quite large and flashy, is a Citadel of Undead run by an individual known as Seoth. Also, there's some demon named Geltor who's pretending to be a god. Plus there's a bunch vampire extorting money from various people. None of these guys are really tough, so I'm surprised Minoko hasn't sent you to wipe them out yet..." "Nice try James. We already know about them and as we speak, Minoko is preparing to deal with them," Joshua said, "In the mean time, there's a demon near me that I'm not in the process of killing or have killed. I'm definitely going to have to remedy that." Without further conversation, the man in black drew his greatsword and charged James...

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Well, guess that means I'll have to break out the M. Night Shyamalaning on y'all earlier than I was originally planning.

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Question: Who wants to be the ones who have to deal with Yumi? I'm going to stick her in one of the groups and I would like some suggestions and what not.

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Meh... Just cause they're fluffy doesn't mean they won't ever be main characters. I blame myself really since I've been playing around too much with my OOCs. My apologies.

Btw. For the record, Liches have souls. You just have to find them first.

EDIT: Comedic relief & filler in stories(that aren't TV shows) are so that people don't start to take everything too seriously.

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Seoth & Marras... Yeah that should be an interesting meeting.

Yumi & Marras... In order for it to work fully, we'd need another 3 to 6 equally crazy women to properly drive Marras insane.

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Originally written by Ephesos:

Why? Why even post? I really don't get it...
That filler statement was a bit of an exaggeration. It's more like fluff really. I'm actually going somewhere with the Yumi storyline(though not quite as somewhere as the James storyline).

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Serena walked down the main street of Solaris, knocking any guy who got near her into the nearest hard object. Suddenly, Serena found herself surrounded by butterflies. As she glanced around her, a voice whispered to her, "They're really pretty, aren't they." Serena turned and saw Yumi.

"What sort of dark magic is this," Serena shouted angrily, "do you dare taunt the powerful Captain of the Guard for the Holy Order of James!" "You're not in some holy guard, silly," Yumi retorted in her overly cheerful manor. "True, but I used to be... wait, how do you know that," responded Serena. "It's all over you," replied Yumi, "Anyone could see it. What with how it moves when you just stand there." Serena stared at Yumi with a blank, confused expression. "You're aura silly," Yumi stated, "I really like yours. It's so pretty."

By this point, Serena was reasonable freaked out. "Get back vile creature," Serena shouted as she conjured her energy ball. As Serena did this, Yumi swung her massive sword, cutting off Serena's hand, which promptly dissolved as soon as it hit the ground. Serena looked at her where her hand was, then looked at Yumi, and said, "That was my hand you monster!" "Awww," replied Yumi, "I didn't mean to upset you. I'm sorry." As Yumi said this she did her infamous 'puppy dog eyes,' which even Serena's black heart was no match for.

"I guess it's okay," Serena said, "You're pretty good. I'm impressed." "So we're best friends now," interrupted Yumi. "Wait, we're what now," said Serena in a confused voice. "I haven't have a best friend in a while," Yumi continued, "we're going to have so much fun." "Sure, whatever," Serena said as the reality of the situation finally sank in. She was dealing with someone who clearly had the mentally and innocence of a child, yet had the lethality of a very skilled warrior and yet a certain aura of calming goodness to her.

Serena's only chance at surviving was to play along and try to get away when the first chance presented itself. Yumi smiled and said, "Hi, I'm Yumi, "wanna play with me?" "If I say no, will you go away," Serena replied. "No, silly," Yumi said, "we're best friends now. Just like me and Suki. **(Meanwhile on another plane of existance) Suddenly, without warning, Suki shuddered for no apparent reason. "That's odd," she thought to herself, "Oh well."** We'll go on adventures, share our lunches, fight the dark forces of evil, play ninja, and have slumber parties. It'll be great."

Serena sighed and said, "I don't really get a say in this, do I?" "Sure you do," Yumi replied, "you get to pick the first adventure. I hope you pick something really fun." Serena smiled, since this was the opportunity she was waiting for. "Well, Yumi," Serena said with a smile, "Let's play hide and seek. That's were you count to 1 trillion, while I try to..." "Only 1 trillion," Yumi interrupted, "Suki used to make me count to 100 million trillion and I always found her. You must be even better at hiding that she was."

"Wow... Er, I mean, yeah," Serena said, "I'm great at hid... Um, quick question, what was it that this Suki you speak of did for a living?" "Oh, Suki, she was a shinobi assassin, a master of stealth and such. She was really good at hiding. One time she hid in an obscure, well hidden cave, within an extensive network of caves and tunnels. Took me an entire 5 hours to find her," Yumi replied. "Who knows," Serena thought to herself, "maybe I might actually be better than this Suki person... wait, I've heard that name before... Suki, Suki... Minoko spoke of a Suki... No, it can't be the same Suki. At least I hope it's not..."

Serena's hope quickly faded away as these words played in her head, but she had backed herself into a corner and had no choice but to try her luck. Just maybe she could escape her tormentor, just maybe...

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Warning: Fillers on the way...

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Yes, please. In Geltor's case it's understandable, as he has few minions left. But for James, "Oh, we can have 25,000 people here, but we only ever have 5,000" is just stupid. For some reason or another, having huge, round, seemingly random numbers utterly detracts from readability. Huge lairs are. . . fine, as long as they aren't hellishly large. A Dome O' Death with moderate facilities and a spacy courtyard is alright, which is how Nalyd visualizes his fort. Not big, just nice enough.
Meh... You're just jealous cause my character has a big elaborate lair that he doesn't need and yours doesn't. I'm just messin with ya. In reality there are maybe 5 people in total who ever go to that place, so that 5000 bit's an exaggeration. It's more like wishful thinking on Minoko's part, but James doesn't know that now does he.

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What's with this tendency towards huge lairs, improbable technologies (LF, that all is horrible form), and exact counts of minions? Please stop it.

Oh, and LF? James is a god. He shouldn't need all those technological gimmicks, traps and wards.
Actually, I think I already justified the technology. Again, it won't really matter too much as far as dealing with the main part of the story is concerned. The absurdity of some of that stuff is not lost on me and was intended(700 inch tv... Seriously, divide that by 12 to get how many feet it is, then picture that in you mind)

I would also like to point out that, for those keeping score, this place(while a figment of my imagination) was built well before James was ever on the scene. It didn't just spring up out of nowhere when James arrived. I won't elaborated on that any further just yet. It's a rarity, but I really do know what I'm doing here, so don't worry.

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Nukes, no. Assault Rifles(if you count moded BARs), maybe, but magic is a lot cooler than guns anyway.

Summery:
Major Weapons Technologies, no.
Entertainment and utilitarian technologies, yes.

EDIT: None of which should leave that underground lair.

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I think what it is is that all our answers are the exact same so far.

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Originally written by Dikiyoba:

Um, Lone Flame? A TV and computers? Kalandha is a mostly-realistic fantasy world. Computers and televisions don't exist.

Unless this is some alternate universe, in which case Dikiyoba is confused and needs explanation.

You apparently missed the various references I made to James not being from that plane of existence. Even in medieval-style D&D he had access to that sort of technology(why the guy running the game let me do that is beyond me).

On a plus note, it won't actually have much of an impact on anyone else's characters.

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ditto(minus the smily)

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Minoko was stunned. Never had James spoken that harshly to her. In fact, this was the only occasion. "What's your problem," Minoko inquired. "To sum it up," James stated, "it's been less than a year since my last major crisis, so I'm not too happy. To tell you the truth, I really don't have the time to waste talking about my feelings with you. I've got a lot of problems to solve right now and many more after that. As this realm's official high priestess of me, I order you dedicate all of your resources to my every need and want." "An order, huh," Minoko replied, "I do what you need, but on one condition." James thought for a bit and then responded with "Name it." "Um, I don't know," Minoko said, "I haven't had a chance to think it over. Tell ya what, how bout you just owe me one. And I'll eventually call in the favor at a later time."

"Done," James stated confidently, "Now get me a list of all of your assets; best people & what they can do, as well as what financial & logistical resources are available, so that I can properly assess what I have to work with. Next, prepare a well-size War Room with the all of our high level security features. After that, design a very nice-looking, yet practical uniform for the troops. Then compile a library of all of the information you have on the gods and what they do. I would appreciate it the same for all the counties, including various organizations, such as secret societies & cults. I need to know who I can & should pit against who and how. Finally, I would like an explanation for why I'm a love god and not a god of death and mass destruction."

"Most of that has been done already," Minoko said with a smile. "So why am I a love god," James inquired. "I really have no idea. Who knows the workings of the universe," Minoko replied, barely able to control the urge to laugh. She knew why, but she couldn't bring herself to tell him. He would have to figure it out on his own. "Shall we head to the war room," Minoko asked quickly in an attempt to change the subject. "I suppose," James replied, "lead the way."

James and Minoko walked down a long hallway, then down some stairs, and finally down another hallway. Eventually the hallway ended with a wall. Minoko grabbed James, cast a spell, and then walked through the wall. James promptly followed her. On the other side was a large room with a large table in the middle, various charts & posters on the walls, and a wide array of magical and technological equipment.

"As you can see," spoke Minoko, "this war room has all the equipment and resources you could conceivably need. The gray sections anti-magic zones, the red are anti-technology, green zones are anti-everything, and the blue are free zones with no major restrictions. There are numerous wards, traps, and alarms in each area. All areas block teleportation and scrying. Additionally, there is a large cache of food, weapons, random equipment, and even an extensive library, should it be needed. The entire outer walls are over 20ft thick and are an alchemetical composite of cold iron and diamond. When in use, the war room has a staff of over 5000 capable minions, all fully loyal to the cause whatever it may be, in it. Over-all installation capacity, 25000 people."

James looked around for a bit and then asked, "so is there anything that makes this 'war room' fun?" "Fun," Minoko replied, "It's a war room, not a mall... but yeah, there's an entertainment center in the technology zone that has a 700' TV, a state of the art gaming computer, a really nice recliner/couch, and 65 channel surround sound system with a music archive that contains over 2 years of rich, quality music. I'll go get you a laptop with our most up to date records for you to look over as you listen to music." Minoko then retrieved a laptop computer, handed it to James, and left him to his work, as she worked on the rest of her tasks.

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Originally written by Necromancing Wolfowitz:

Nalyd would prefer not. . . The current series of random characters with (So far) little plot value doesn't seem. . . Well, Nalyd doesn't like it. But it's up to you.
Well, that's what character development is for. 'Course we should try to keep from spreading ourselves too thin.

So far I've introduced James, his former assistant, the butterfly lady, and a generic psycho chick. The first 2 have legitimate plot purposes. The second 2 are for comedic relief(and filler), much like the King Steve(or even the Dark Warriors) stuff on 8 Bit Theatre. That should be all I'll probly put any real focus on.

Safey, I say go for it. You introduced him, so you might as well make the most of him. Coherent story lines with rich plot(s) and characters. That's the goal of RPing... I think...

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On a side note, I considering doing a Yumi arc in addition to what I'm doing with James. What do y'all think?

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So why tell the person you just saved why you saved them at all? There's no need to say to the person, "Oh, I thought you were someone else my mistake." And there's no reason to lie to them and pretend like you meant to save them.

In the end, reason doesn't matter. What matters is the outcome. Sure, you might not have saved that person if you knew they weren't a loved one, but you still saved them. Consider that your good deed for the year and call it a day.

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Originally written by radix malorum est cupiditas:

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Originally written by Gaara of the Funk:

You know what you need... Therion and Rhapsody... Symphonic-Metal...
No, what she needs is Cello Metal

Somehow I doubt the 50,000 wires coming out of that thing are really needed. That speaker should be replaced. Also, I think since there's already a speaker built into it, someone should design an optional internal power supply for street corner performances and power outages.

Sorry, went off technological tangent. Symphonic metal... Cello metal... Not much of a difference between the two really.

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Originally written by Spokesmage of the Dead:

Huh. James is apparently having romantic struggles.
Yeah. Back in the day, me and my people had this on-going joke about James being in love with an extremely psychotic woman(Suki), who, for no explained reason, was the embodiment of pure anger. Meanwhile, James's assistant(Minoko), who is perfectly sane, was madly in love with him. James never even noticed that, despite the little hints she dropped him(like, for his birthday, giving him a swim-suit calender that only had one model in it; her). He never figured it out(and I haven't decided if he ever will)

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You know what you need... Therion and Rhapsody... Symphonic-Metal...

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Balance wasn't much of a problem back in my day. We'd each sometimes get slightly out of hand, but then we'd fix the problem real smoothing. Ah, the good old days... Oh well, enough of that.

In all seriousness, I've been wondering exactly what kind of balance are we really supposed to place on gods. I'm(and, to an extend, so is Safey) using a character written up with reasonably clear rules from a fairly well-established system. And some of that has been considered too powerful(and all I was using for the part was non-divine powers).

All any of us people who are considered to be power-gaming can do is do what we can and try to smooth over things when they don't go over well with the others.

I would, however, like to point out, at least we aren't getting ridiculous like this one guy I know would. In a conversation that came up last night, he was talking about this really powerful character he had that was impossible to kill(because of some powerful artifact that could not be destroyed or removed from him), stole souls/life force from everyone and everything, and wasn't even epic^ yet had more power than someone who was. In a mock battle, the combined efforts of 2 very powerful gods could not beat him, even when using all of their divine power.

The moral of the story, at least no one's doing BS like that. If someone did, I would track them down and beat them to death with my key-chain.

^epic - a category of power signifying that you're at least lv 21 or higher in a d20 game. Epic opens up a new array of abilities, power, equipment, and monsters to play with.(All gods are better than epic).

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Serena quickly rushed to the Temple to see the high priestess. Half out of breath, Serena arrived before Minoko, High Priestess of James the Deity. "How many times do I have to tell you that you're not allowed to come near, let alone in, the temple," Minoko said in a harsh tone. "You... don't... *pant* understand," Serena struggled to say, "There's... *gasp* a powerful... man in town..." "So," Minoko interrupted, "Just because your people don't have them doesn't mean that humans don't." "But," Serena continued, "He was..." "At least catch your breath first," Minoko said with some irritation in her voice.

Serena stopped talking and rested for a few minutes before continuing, "He was much more powerful than me. He stopped everything I threw at him without even the slightest effort. And then, he violated me." "Excuse me," Minoko interjected , "He did what to you?!" "That monster grabbed me and kissed me," Serena replied, "With tongue. Then he just left me there. If he could do that so easily to me, imagine what he could do to any of the other women in the area. A vile monster like that must be stopped." "You stupid, stupid woman," Minoko shouted, "I don't have time to deal with some random guy you're having romantic problems with. You have about five seconds to get out of my sight before I kill you."

Serena reluctantly left, saying on her way out, "I hope he does worse that you..." "Why haven't I killed that moron yet," Minoko said to herself after Serena had left. "I could ask myself the same about you," James said as he became visible, "I will admit, though, no one else has the administrative skills you did. You were quite hard to replace." Minoko turned to the direction the voice came from. Upon seeing James, she froze in sheer terror. "I don't believe," she thought to herself, "Why did he track me down?! Why now, when I've just now started to find happiness. So many regrets..." Soon tears were going making their way down her cheeks. "Wow, I've never seen you cry," James in a serious tone, "I'm sorry. *pulls out box of kleenex and hands it to Minoko* Here you go."

As Minoko began to wipe away her tears she managed to say, "So you're not going to kill me?" "Of course not," James replied with a smile, "I need you." At the sound of those words, Minoko began to perk up. "How do you need me," she said with a more happy expression on her face. "I think you know what I need," James replied. Minoko did not need any further instruction. She quickly embraced James and kissed him passionately, much to his surprise. When she was done, James managed to get out, "Apparently you don't... I need you to do your old job. I need my right arm."

Minoko jerked away from James and turned her back to him. "You don't get it do you," she shouted angrily, "You never did. I don't want to ever see you again!" "You've got some nerve saying that to me," James shouted back, "After all I did for you. You just turned your back on me. When I needed your help the most, you were gone." "It's not like you really missed me anyway," Minoko retorted, "You're so wrapped up with trying to get that evil, psychotic, heartless beast, Suki, that you completely ignored everything that should have been important." "You wanna talk about me, fine," James replied, "After you stopped being my assistant, I had to face the most powerful threat I'd ever face. I asked Suki for help, and, despite all that she had done to try to destroy me in the past, when everyone else turned me down, she stepped up to plate and turned everything around for me. So don't you dare bad mouth her like that again, or I WILL kill you!"

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(Insert unfounded ranting to vent rage from a completely unrelated situation here)

**Hmmm... Not quite as effective, but a lot better for everyone around me.**

Anyway. Safey, some added back-story(or at least what was done) doesn't hurt. Also, there was a little insult to my guy too(insert 2 and 1/2 hours of off topic tangent here). James might end up making Sliros eat those words. Anyway. What I'm trying to say is don't let it get to you and keep on developing your character, and making him more interesting. I would offer up some more words of encouragement, but you probly don't need(or want) them.

Speaking of character development and substance... What do y'all think about what I've got going on so far?

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...Well, that was... um, yeah... huh?!

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