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Not to be a stickler, and I know I've already given you a bit of strife over the whole "gnome/halfling" thing, but would it be too much trouble to ask that my name be spelled with the "e" in second to last place present on the list of players and characters? Might make it easier for anyone doing a search, is all.

Well, you did sort of put in your character description that people mistake him for a gnome because of his nose.  You really can't blame Dilvish for making a mistake you already implied :poke:

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Not to be a stickler, and I know I've already given you a bit of strife over the whole "gnome/halfling" thing, but would it be too much trouble to ask that my name be spelled with the "e" in second to last place present on the list of players and characters? Might make it easier for anyone doing a search, is all.

Well, you did sort of put in your character description that people mistake him for a gnome because of his nose.  You really can't blame Dilvish for making a mistake you already implied :poke:

 

Because Dilvish mistook him for a gnome. :P

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Not to be a stickler, and I know I've already given you a bit of strife over the whole "gnome/halfling" thing, but would it be too much trouble to ask that my name be spelled with the "e" in second to last place present on the list of players and characters? Might make it easier for anyone doing a search, is all.

No problem.  Not sure if I mispelled it or it's this damn keyboard.  I need to figure out how to take it apart and clean it as the keys randomly stick or don't make contact.

 

I r a gud speeler.

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Not to be a stickler, and I know I've already given you a bit of strife over the whole "gnome/halfling" thing, but would it be too much trouble to ask that my name be spelled with the "e" in second to last place present on the list of players and characters? Might make it easier for anyone doing a search, is all.

Well, you did sort of put in your character description that people mistake him for a gnome because of his nose.  You really can't blame Dilvish for making a mistake you already implied :poke:

 

Because Dilvish mistook him for a gnome. :P

 

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Not to be a stickler, and I know I've already given you a bit of strife over the whole "gnome/halfling" thing, but would it be too much trouble to ask that my name be spelled with the "e" in second to last place present on the list of players and characters? Might make it easier for anyone doing a search, is all.

No problem.  Not sure if I mispelled it or it's this damn keyboard.  I need to figure out how to take it apart and clean it as the keys randomly stick or don't make contact.

 

I r a gud speeler.

 

Eat eyes impotent too spill chuck yaw righting.

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Not to be a stickler, and I know I've already given you a bit of strife over the whole "gnome/halfling" thing, but would it be too much trouble to ask that my name be spelled with the "e" in second to last place present on the list of players and characters? Might make it easier for anyone doing a search, is all.

No problem. Not sure if I mispelled it or it's this damn keyboard. I need to figure out how to take it apart and clean it as the keys randomly stick or don't make contact.

 

I r a gud speeler.

It's not just a job, it's an advnture.

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Not to be a stickler, and I know I've already given you a bit of strife over the whole "gnome/halfling" thing, but would it be too much trouble to ask that my name be spelled with the "e" in second to last place present on the list of players and characters? Might make it easier for anyone doing a search, is all.

No problem. Not sure if I mispelled it or it's this damn keyboard. I need to figure out how to take it apart and clean it as the keys randomly stick or don't make contact.

 

I r a gud speeler.

It's not just a job, it's an advnture.

 

 

Shouldn't that be:

I'm not a nut job, I'm an Avenger!

 

No really, I am!

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You're all nut jobs. ^__^

 


Proficiency

- Acrobatics (Rogue) (Expertise)

- Athletics (Sailor) (Expertise)

- Deception (Rogue)

- Intimidation (Half-orc)

- Perception (Sailor)

- Sleight of Hand (Rogue)

- Stealth (Rogue)

 


Tools:


Thieves Tools

Navigator's Tools

Water Vehicles

 

 




 

My writing is not fluid, so hoping this conveys Brig's back story.

 

 

Brig grew up in a port city raised by his single mother. They ran a pawn shop known as the Flayed Badger. Running with the local hooligans, Brig became known for his athleticism. At a mature age of 15, he signed a contract with the local thieves guild, where two others and himself would rob a travelling sorcerer. The night of the burglary, something went awry. One thief was enveloped in a magical entrapment, the second lost an arm, and Brig ran for his life. Unhappy with the result, the guild punished him by torching his shop, along with his sleeping mother. With nothing holding him to the city, Brig became a stowaway on a ship, vowing to return with vengeance.

 

Discovered in the morning, Brig was beaten and brought forth to the captain of the Burning Cutlass. Listening to the tale, the Captain allowed Brig to stay on the ship and work as punishment. After several months, the crew finally accepted Brig and slowly started training him in swordplay, banter, and gambling.

 

After many years of training, plundering, and sailing, Brig excelled with the rapier and began mimicking his captain's flair for the dramatic.

 

Back on land for the current time, Brig sets his plan of revenge on the guild...how to begin?

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Have I scared everyone off with shenanigans?

 

Heads up for everyone.  I'm ready to start whenever everyone finishes their characters.  However, I have a trip to Scotland coming up (poor me) so unless I acquire some pdf copies of the rule books, I won't be able to do anything rules intensive (as unlike other systems I don't have this one memorized.  Shouldn't be much of a problem as most of the initial post will most likely be introductions and RP but figured I'd give y'all a heads up.

 

I think he may have gone on his trip and it's why there hasnt been much activity the last few days.

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Nope still here (busier than normal but still here).  Just waiting to get the rest of the characters and then we can start.  Though with the time difference I'm sleeping (or out at the pubs) when most people are more active.

 

Hmm.  Reminds me that I should soot off a PM for access to the playing.

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Ok, time to gently prod things along.

 

I plan on making the first post on Monday.  That should give everyone 4 days (two of them the weekend to boot) to finish up and post/send me characters.  Any questions or problems, feel free to PM me or post here.

 

I chose Monday as I should be stateside and thus there will be no delay in my posting due to my being trapped in an aluminum tube several miles above the Atlantic Ocean. 

(how unnatural; everyone knows you should be trapped in a steel tube under the Atlantic)

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(how unnatural; everyone knows you should be trapped in a steel tube under the Atlantic)

They're both unnatural. You should be trapped in a concrete bunker with a couple hundred pounds of industrial-grade radioactive materials. Especially since the water coming out of said bunker is cleaner than most cities' drinking water.

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