One way trip to Oblivion

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Mark's Journal

Judging from my pocket watch it’s about midnight, and speaking of watches… It’s my shift. Well the good news is it’ll be Zues’ watch in an hour or so… Glad it won’t be the Dragonborn’s. The idiot would sleep the entire time… Damn, there goes the last of my whiskey. Hope this job doesn’t take to long. I’d like to spend a night in a bed, in a tavern again. And possibly in company of some fair maidens, Heh heh… Not that I can’t complain about being out here. I’ve gotten a hell of a laugh by just watching these guys mess around. Kinda feel sorry for the girl though… But then again not so much. She kicked the Doc’s ass when he tried to get in her tent. Now that was funny… Well better get back to my watch.

Note to self- make sure to give Rags back the 50 gold I borrowed

Comments

(ombre) You feel sorry for me? Try anything like what that idiot did, and believe me… you WILL be sorry.

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(Gren) Care to keep quite Shadow Girl and Slippery Tongue? Some of us didn’t get out without iron spikes embedded in our shoulders. I need to concentrate.

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(Mark) -Ombre: Chill out. Geez I wouldn’t hit on someone who would kill me in my sleep. I’m not an idiot. -Gren: Fine I’ll leave ya be.

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(Ombre)glares, holding her spear by her side as she sits in her tent…

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Out of Character: Wow, the comments section could get us some role playing in without wasting in-game time (Gren) Shys away from Ombre and has Zeus help him yank out the last fragments of Chomper’s tooth Slippery Tongue, it may be wise to not read aloud from your journal if you don’t want people to know what your writing…Night.

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Out of character: Maybe I shoulda written down that when ever I make one of Mark’s Journal entries he doesn’t read them aloud, rather he wouldn’t tell a soul about them. This is just one of those things where people can see his thoughts while being out of character. It’s like Gren’s letter or when Ombre is thinking to herself…

I gotta admit though the fact that we RP faster on the computer is kinda funny.

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Out of character: So this conversation between Mark, Ombre, and Gren, never happend. Besides when Mark wrote this Everyone else would have been asleep.

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Out of Character: Shhh…I was trying to cover for you. Legolos is the one that screwed up here. This could be cool but I agree, we need to set up a system so that Ombre isn’t sitting there staring over Mark’s shoulder piping in when he writes something she disagrees with. Nice character development though. Get used to the nick-names guys!

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Out of Character: Which leads me to ask… Slippery Tongue?

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OoC: Bluff, Diplomacy, Flirting, Constant shifting in battle, General manner of speaking, Your’s is by far my favorite

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OoC: Idea, either we make a new log post whenever we want to start one of these RP sessions, or we go the the Comments tab. Which sound’s better?

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I like the idea of the log post.

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Settled, A log post will be specifically made during each extended rest for RPing…starting next time. I think right now we should get started on the wiki

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YEah… comments never happen, besides, it’s as if our characters could see each others thoughts… ombre will be using this as a blog-like thing. so yeah. it’s ment for stuff like this. And tom… Ombre won’t be going to sleep for a while… especially after the… incident with doctor atlanta.

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comments on other people’s logs and journals are okay, as long as their out of character

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