The Legonater

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    Can NOT Ctrl + Alt + Delete the Past
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    I'm a big fan of LEGO, hence my joining this site. I also like Star Wars- and may eventually read every book of it that exists (Probably not though). Speaking of reading, i'm also a big fan of literature.

    I'm also a bit of a WW2 history buff, having watched several movies, read several books, and so on and so forth.

    Other favorites are Stargate, Get Smart, Corner Gas. Star Trek, MacGyver, Indy...

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  1. The Legonater

    Heroica RPG - Quest #159: An Unexpected Return

    Nerwen! It has been a time. The Shadeaux, Detective Hoples, Commamder Fervent, Corporal Boral, Private Coral, Watchman Grash, Constanle Timothee, Billiam and Trillian, Dyric said, reciting from memory. His voice ran hollow as he listed the familiar names.
  2. The Legonater

    Heroica RPG - Quest #159: An Unexpected Return

    Euflear, take the handcannon and the quiver, if you like. Rone looks around at everyone preparing. I suppose it's all hands on deck, then. Dyric corks open a mead and smelling salt, and drink them. Feeling refreshed, he takes out his diamond lamp of summoning, and uncorks it for the last time. It had been quite a while since he had previously used it. Master, the jinn said. You have at last required my services? This is the end, jinn. If we make it through this, you're free. I mean that. At the very least, we'll die fighting on the front lines. I suppose an honourable death is more appealing than a long, wasted life. That's the spirit. With that, the assassin turned to the group. I'm ready.
  3. The Legonater

    Heroica RPG - Quest #159: An Unexpected Return

    True. But can we not have her check as she flies over? I'm not sure there's a way to know before we're already on our way. Dyric looks through his things. A lot of it are largely useless knickknacks he's acquired over the years. Chesterine, do you want this sigil? Say, there's no Evokers here... I could probably lend out Tarok's Wrath or this handcannon. Maybe Requiem? Be careful with her, though. Rone glances up at the heroes. I don't know, most of this is probably free game, just ask.
  4. The Legonater

    Heroica RPG - Quest #159: An Unexpected Return

    Yeah, say 'hi,' Matthias. I agree the Magpie is likely our best bet, but I'd still like Guts' sheer firepower. Say, Hoke, do you think you can get Torc to scoop up the old man while we head to Ildria's ship?
  5. The Legonater

    Heroica RPG - Quest #159: An Unexpected Return

    Arthur! Before we set off, do you want your cape back? As much as I appreciate the gesture, my quiver seems to be exceptionally helpful on the battlefield.
  6. The Legonater

    Heroica RPG - Quest #159: An Unexpected Return

    Rone turned in surprise to the outburst. He didn't know the dwarf particularly well, yet the recognized the look in his eyes. Throlar's words sting, but he can't ignore them. I don't pretend to have any compunctions that what I'm advocating is good. But I have my priorities, same as anyone, and I stick to them. Like you said, Eubric is my... my home. Perhaps more than you know. Because of that, it will always be my priority. Eubric is at risk, people I put in the line of fire are at risk, and for me, that takes priority. That isn't 'good,' but I do believe it to be right. Yes, it's not a choice that should be made lightly. And perhaps I'm wrong to let my bias show so freely. But that's the messy part of heroism, making those impossible choices. If you try to save every person in harm's risk, your ideals will drag you to your death, because we can't save everyone. The assassin pauses, a list of names weighing heavily on him. He straightens, looking the dwarf in the eye once more, a soft smile growing. But we do what we can in the moment. I'm going to save anyone I can in that Fort, and my hope is that we will run into and stop Rosier in the process. I don't know if we will, but that is the choice I need to make; if I don't, I'm betraying myself. If you disagree with me, fine. That's your conviction, and you need to live by that. That's all any of us can ask for. Rone's surprise continued as Altraite spoke up. Maybe I misjudged you lot after all. Do the Hall proud, Veterans.
  7. The Legonater

    Heroica RPG - Quest #159: An Unexpected Return

    Rone nods at Atramor's words, taking in the crowd around him. This is good, this is very good. We can do this. His vision fell on the young mage still sitting tearfully in the back. A nervous energy still lingered on a few of those gathered. Atramor's speech drew to a close, and Rone decided he ought to follow suit. If there was ever a time for thrilling theatrics, it was now. Wally, Dyric said, making sure he was heard by all. Years ago, I had a run in with one of the old gods. He called me the 'Royal Retainer of the Banished,' someone who needed to remember and regret the passing of those closest to me. In the moment I didn't really know what I he meant. I had spent more time seeking vengeance than feeling regret. But I've come to realize a kind of truth - we all have regrets, and it's only in dealing and acknowledging those regrets that we can pass to the other side. See, without truly knowing regret, how could we ever know hope? And without hope, could we ever really regret? They work in tandem, balanced by the passion that drives all these things forward. It's the cycle of life. On and on and on it goes, he says to himself, for reasons he can't fully explain. Eyes back on the crowd, Dyric Rone straightens. This mission isn't going to be easy. It's going to take grit, and sacrifice. But that's life. We've all felt our pains, our regrets. Quests failed, wars lost, people passed. The pain doesn't get easier, but you do learn how to live with it. To see the hope again. See, that's why we're all here. It doesn't matter who you are, where you came from, what you've done. If you're here, it means you stared in the face of the flames and survived. As far as I'm concerned, each and every one of you is a Hero. These Founders thought they could bring us down, but they should know more than anyone that Heroica NEVER dies. Heroes will always rise up. They think we've lost our way, but look at us here. They think they're the legitimate article, but they're just hollow shells pretending to be real heroes. They think we'll back down. Me? I think it's time to give them something they'll regret.
  8. The Legonater

    Heroica RPG General Discussion

    I definitely think in a medium like this, the unintended, natural character arcs are the best way to go. People are shaped by the things they experience and the choices they make, and Heroica provides plenty of opportunities for that. I will absolutely talk more about Dyric and character stuff once everything wraps up, but I do want to say that this has been a really great finale, warts and all. I'm excited for the final push!
  9. The Legonater

    Heroica RPG - Quest #159: An Unexpected Return

    Then tax him we will. We march on the Fort, as one. Dyric grimaces at what he perceives as condescension. Everything we know points to Rosier being concerned with eating Faeries, not mortals. Rosier's concern isn't Eubric, ours is. The Founders are gathering power at the Fort, that's where Rosier's new form is likely to hide, and that's where we need to strike. And I will not hesitate while people I put in the line of fire are being executed. You see to your divination, Whisperer, but I am striking the Fort. Without you, if I have to. No, Ulric's right, we only have one opportunity. We can't miss our chance to blow that wall. If the Hovels are ever going to be freed from the Watch's grasp, it's now.
  10. The Legonater

    Heroica RPG - Quest #159: An Unexpected Return

    Two teams, then. One goes to the old Temple, one charges the Fort. That second party can divide in however many boats and distractions we desire. I'm going to the Fort, no question. My priority is the city, and thus these Founders. Rosier is secondary to all that. Euflear, this is one thing I'd ask of you. You know these imitations better than anyone, as you say. Tell me anything you can about the Miracleworker, and how I might defeat him.
  11. The Legonater

    Heroica RPG - Quest #159: An Unexpected Return

    Say what you want, but right now the Founders are tearing Eubric by its seams and Rosier has been content to leave if well enough alone. Lawrence claims she doesn't care about them, the evidence says she was involved in creating them, and you think they're an intentional part of her plan. We can't all be right at once. If Rosier has a plan for the city, it starts at the Temple of Zoot. Yes, it's the same one. Years ago Wren made her power play there, we had to go under- Oh. Oh. There's a path to the Temple directly under Heroica. Rosier doesn't care about the Founders bears they've already done their job - pushing us out.
  12. The Legonater

    Heroica RPG - Quest #159: An Unexpected Return

    I don't care about killing Rosier, only saving the city. Point me in the direction of those Fakers. It has to be. We all know it. It's the old Temple. And our troubles predictably worsen. Is she trying to eat Olegia now? Is that the plan? Don't leave us hanging, Euflear. You're in this just as much as we are, if not more. I reckon Guts has long since set sail. However, does any one know if the Magpie is still in town?
  13. The Legonater

    Heroica RPG - Quest #159: An Unexpected Return

    A city of the dead. I'm not sure I buy it, Karie. Why fabricate living people when you're goal is to turn people undead? But you are on to something: Rosier's plan definitely involves Eubric as a whole. Unleashing more demons only sounds like it'd make our problem worse. Besides, of that book is growing plants, then I'm not unconvinced that it might be the cause of all this.
  14. The Legonater

    Heroica RPG - Quest #159: An Unexpected Return

    Dyric gives a deep, bealeagured sigh at the response. With a firm nod, Rone looked the young man in the eye. Look, kid, I get it. I've been there, it sucks. But right now, this is war, and if we don't put together the pieces now, a whole lot more loved ones are going to die. Dyric points a figure at Bellanotte. Her family is on the chopping block. They aren't alone. I've seen hangings before, and I refuse to be privy to any more. Your girl is dead. You can't change that. These forces think they can replicate the dead, but they can't. Not really. If you want to make her death mean something, then fight in her name and help us take down these fakers and their master. What do you know about these roots? We're counting on you, Wally. While we're at it, can someone tell me more about that book? What's the potential of it being responsible for any of this?
  15. The Legonater

    Heroica RPG - Quest #159: An Unexpected Return

    Wait, what? We found similar roots in the sewer, and tunnels of the Dragon House. You said this book grew a plant? That can't be a coincidence, can it? Wally, was it? Tell us anything you've found about these roots.