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Captain Tightpants

Posted by Armistice

Considering I retired in between your disappearances it would be quite rude of me to hold a grudge :)

Really no need to apologize, real life comes first and I'm glad to hear that the RL issues have taken a turn for the better after all this time and life is back to milk and cookies.

Posted by Armistice

Stan will not be his actual name (because Andres would not bother to learn it) but just the one he call him :)

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@armistice: There's a minimum level of style to be my sidekick that you just don't reach Stan ;) Thanks :)

I am going to make an alt named Stan for you to belittle at will just for fun

Posted by Armistice

1 - I will give you a side kick, in the junk

2 - No problem with this one

3 - I will not have a pony tail because I am not Lorenzo Lamas, not because you told me

4 - In my case it would be "do not show you up"

5 - I won't answer because I know Andres does not give a sh!t what it is

6 - I actually like the heckling, but expect a response as good as you give

7 - OK, this one we can agree on.

(this was awesome by the way)

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@ferro_vida:

Also using the blog you have an easy to maintain reference database to go back on, keep a characters canon going long enough and even the writer will start to forget details.

Posted by Armistice

@armistice:

I'm kind of hoping to weave a bit of a mystery into it, for potential future story lines.

And I figured something like that might come up every now and then, which is why this is set when the metahumans first started appearing. I'll make a note of that.

I tend to go the same route, the two RPG's I have with Mercy are flashbacks that touch upon themes that can be used in the present day. Each one is a year closer to today.

I also use a blog to flesh out an NPC organization, keeping things somewhat a mystery and not just giving it all out up front is top notch in my book.

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I like how you have left a trail of bread crumbs but left out important details, makes someone come back and read the rest or remain lost.

Funny thing is if my character were a few decades older, he likely would have considered investing himself based on some assumptions of where his specialties lie.