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The Time has Come in General
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I prepare for the day I may deliver the death-blow with great gusto.

[ Monday, April 07, 2008 09:33: Message edited by: Jeran Korak ]

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Episode 5: 'Spiderweb Resistance'. in General
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If you were lucky you might wake up dead. If your unlucky some(one) will wake you up. :P

[ Monday, April 07, 2008 03:42: Message edited by: Jeran Korak ]

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On close inspection, the devouring mass proved to be both informative and disappointing. For a start, it had obviously been dying. The methane was from the rotting material that normally served as the “skin” of the creature, the vegetation that had been sprouting from the thing had been slowly rotting, malnourished and diseased. Jeran flipped over a large wad of the creature and saw that the things that passed for internal organs within the mass were encrusted with a horrible knobbly rough green fungus.

This creature was being eaten alive He thought Now what the hell would cause that?

The other thing he noticed was that the creature had a distressingly small set of internal organs. This suggested that either the disease which had afflicted it had attacked and atrophied them, or the devouring mass was born inside a shell of predetermined size and grew with age or digestion.

Jeran weighed these possibilities while cleaning the mess of scabs on his legs. He healed a lot faster then most, but still used the proportionate amount of energy that a human would use if healing a wound the same size at a normal rate over a longer period. The effects of overtaxing himself were vividly imprinted on his genetic memory, and it was a memory he honestly wished wasn’t genetic, and didn’t sometimes wake him up screaming uncontrollably in the night because he’d rolled over and grazed himself on a sharp stone.

I’ll heal in a day or so, but that’ll leave me to weak to cross the desert he thought bitterly That means I’ll have to head back to the village. The chief is going to kill me

He finished with the outer shell and appendages, and then moved on to the creature’s stomach, which was as he had expected, by far the largest internal organ it possessed. There were a few corroded bones and a lot of the aesthetic venom which he scraped away with a rock. He lifted a snare-tentacle carefully and used a sharp piece of flint to slice it down the middle until he found the venom sacks, then he took an empty water-container, dipped it in a little of the venom to make sure it wasn’t corrosive to the leather, then drained a good half-pint of the stuff into it. The sacks were bulging, which suggested that either the creature had eaten very recently or was starving yet still producing the secretion. It was impossible to truly tell, the parasitic fungus had played merry hob with its physiology, rendering any kind of detailed analysis void.

The afternoon was well on by the time he set off back towards the village, hopefully he’d find a well or oasis on the way that would replenish his supply of water, but until then his only option was a straight line back the way he came. Small animals scurried out of his path as the air around him took on a faintly purple glow as he cycled through his impressive repository of swear-words.

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Episode 5: 'Spiderweb Resistance'. in General
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quote:
Originally written by Arancaytar:

quote:
Originally written by The Ratt:

The thread getting filled with off topic posts. Like this one.
Before you click Add Reply, does any neuron in your brain actually fire?

[Random suggestions of mortality]

[Veiled threat regarding your existence in this thread]

[Shameless crack at the current facts]

[Please view accompanying hand gesture]

Anyone see a pattern here? :P

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quote:
Originally written by Ephesos:



EDIT: Jeran, have you been watching Dr. Who or something?

Never once in my entire life.

*Facepalm* Nothing is original these days.

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quote:
Originally written by Emperor Tullegolar:

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Originally written by Jeran Korak:

He's effecting me!
Clearly you are the n00b, my 1337 friend, as you missed this perfect opportunity to correct Jeran's grammar.

Looking back on it, I am undecided as to whether that was my sarcastic side gone supernova, or a slip of the hand after three cups of black coffee.

Hey wait a moment…effecting is considered a word on my checker. God, I hate MS word correcting spellings but not grammar. One of these nights...*Shudder*

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Damn you, Tully! This was the least entertaining thread on general since forever, and you had to go and ruin it with content.

So who's the troll?
Drakefyre is on my primary list of suspects at the moment.

[ Friday, April 04, 2008 10:00: Message edited by: Jeran Korak ]

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Any advance on fifty???

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Originally written by Emperor Tullegolar:

Meh, I gave him five stars. Five stars from the Emperor.
He is a perfect example of why the internet can't breed.

EDIT: DAMMIT. A double post! Grah! He's effecting me!

[ Friday, April 04, 2008 09:47: Message edited by: Jeran Korak ]

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Hey, it was made inside of a minute, and besides, look at yourself.

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Go ahead you pathetic leetspeaker! You can't even spell correctly yet you think your so great! We hated your kind, and it was a PLEASURE to torture and torment them when they appeared! They made such perfect pets, and they always came back for more! We banned them and they made new accounts, we hunted and slaughtered them by the hundreds and they respawned! We dominated, possesed, diseased, cursed and banished them until their ability scores were at 2- and they would lie there and still scream broken swearwords at us and vow horrific hack revenge! It was FUN to exterminate them!

EDIT: I feel oddly...satisfied after saying that.

EDIT2: The lack of outside intervention suggests to me that I am being toyed with most perfectly. However, what the hell, I needed to blow off steam.

[ Friday, April 04, 2008 09:42: Message edited by: Jeran Korak ]

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But I LIKE baiting 1337 speakers! They're so funny when you poke them! I remember back in the days of LOTR 8 Enhanced & Expanded, level 40 mages roamed the server with their wands of Dominate Monsters and Epic Spell: Greater Enslavement. You wern't seen to exist unless you had at least five mentally possessed 1337 speaker characters all doing your every wish while screaming in broken english at you! MUHAHAHA!

*Starts twitching and giggling manically*

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It's better then dancing naked in front of Alo's guard tower while waving a sign saying "FREE SKIBBRANE" and singing cunning plans are here again you must admit.

Edit: How I long for a rod of Dominate Monster at this present moment.

[ Friday, April 04, 2008 09:20: Message edited by: Jeran Korak ]

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Throw myself into a demonic rage born of mental conditioning by the most powerful dominating life-form in the known universe and rend you into a thousand pathetically spinning lumps of gore with a Soul-Reaper DC26 Greatsword.

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I am divided as to wether this is an oldbie in disguise or simply a guy with no life and to much time on his hands. It's a bit "to" perfect if you get my meaning.

Anyway *Draws weapon* if he's a n00b I can kill him, if he's a guy in disguise I'll kill him anyway and hope that its someone I know.

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*Draws Greatsword*

Can I?

Please?

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Hmmm? Yeah he is, as I can't use this account in school as my dearest friends will hack it and use it to post hate-mail. Don't ask why, but my security hasn't been threatened since I activated it, so it apparently works.

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