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|Wednesday, May 13th, 2009|
|Random RP stats
A while back I posted a list of all the various characters I can recall RPing as during my time on the RP circuit. And now, for the hell of it, I am going to post various stats and random facts about said characters. Why? Because I'm bored and feel like it. DEAL. Also, I probably messed up somewhere. If you notice, I hate you. And if I think of any more random things to add later, I shall do so.
Amount of characters in the list: 70
Amount of said characters from an anime or manga: 23
Amount of characters from a video game: 43
Original Characters Played: 4
Amount of characters that are not human: 22
Ones among these that are some form of artificial lifeform: Atsuko 'Nuku-Nuku' Natsume, Dizzy, Hina Ichigo, Justice, Mirabelle 'Kirschwasser' Mizrahi, MOMO Mizrahi, Pallette, Roll Light
Ones among these that are vampires: Artemis, Hazuki, Remilia Scarlet
Amount of characters from fighting games: 12
Number of characters from an RPG: 23
Characters that wear glasses: 8
Largest chest: Prier
Characters that have wings: 5 (or 6 if you count Lenneth who has wings sometimes, 7 if you wanna get super technically because I believe that in the CCS manga, Sakura has wings for like one tiny part)
Amount of characters from a Nippon Ichi game: 3
Amount of characters from a Square Enix game: 9
Amount of characters from a Capcom game: 10
Most common letter to start one of my character's names: M, with 13 characters
First character ever: Selphie Tilmitt
Most recent character as of the time I post this: Remilia Scarlet
Characters which I still have: Charlotte 'Tabitha' Orleans, Hina Ichigo, Lieselotte Achenbach, Marona, Misha Arsellec Lune, Najaran, Ninon Beart, Remilia Scarlet, Vanilla H Current Mood: creative
|Saturday, September 27th, 2008|
|RP uberlist of doom and/or chaos.
I don't do as much RP as I used to. I haven't lost interest in it at a hobby. I remember there was once a time I was loaded up on characters but recently I have concentrated on only a few. I still have more, but I play them infrequently. This said, I have decided to compile a list of characters I have played in the past, to remind me of what why it is amazing. I am completely positive I forgot some alts so if you happen to remember any, let me know. ( A trip down RP lane.Collapse )
|Wednesday, August 8th, 2007|
|Since I haven't posted in so long...
No, I haven't perished in some sort of fiery inferno of fiery fire stuffed with infernos and fiery fire. But I recently realized it was going on a friggin' year since I had placed anything into this journal of the damned. Since I have no clue what to actually put here, since my actual life has barely changed since my last post, I will fill this space with stuff about my RP characters, who are much more amazing then I am.
I am currently playing on 4 mu*, Gatemush, Multiverse Crisis Mush, Match of the Millenium Mush, and Videoland Mush. Of them, I probably spend the most time at the first and third, though my arrival on Motm is rather recent.
On Gatemush, I have four very amazing characters. My original alt was, and is, of course, Vanilla H, of Galaxy Angel fame. While I may of lost some of my spark with her, it is nothing that a good scene or two wouldn't bring back. I originally was going to app Milfeulle there, but decided on Vanilla because I thought it would be easier to find someone to app Milfeulle then it would be to find someone else willing to app Vanilla. It worked out! Vanilla, as well as RP with the angel brigade in general, allows me to just ignore realism altogether and RP the craziest stuff in the universe. Sample scenes have included a time traveling Abraham Lincoln, Vanilla getting her own personal tiny moon orbiting her head (it was at war with a planet orbiting Milfeulle's!), being mistaken as a robot and kidnapped for a robotic date auction, and other such wacky antics. If you haven't watched Galaxy Angel, go do so immediantly.
The other alts are not nearly as amazing, sadly. I have not done a lot with any of them. Of them, I'd say the one with the most potential is the illustrious Najaran. She's from a serious you probably haven't heard of called Culdcept, which makes for a decent manga and a decent, though uncommon to find, PS2 game. The game has like the poorest translation ever. Naja herself is a fairly standard heroine type, always looking out for others and always seemingly ravenously hungry. She has sort of like a Card-Captor-Sakura-With-Boobs thing going, since she is older then Sakura but still uses card-based magic.
The other two alts are Rebecca Miyamoto, from Pani Poni Dash, who I knew I wasn't gonna RP much from the start, yet still felt compelled to app for. She's a little midget genius from a weird series you should of already watched. If not, why are you reading this when you could be watching it? The other is little Arte from Tsukuyomi. I conned someone I know into apping Hazuki so I could get my haterade on without worrying about someone creepy grabbing hold of the character. Neither of these characters have done a lot, sadly, though Arte did have a tiny bit of a rivalry and a little bit of friendship with Buffy the vampire slayer before she vanished, as well as Abel Nightroad from Trinity Blood. He hasn't vanished yet, though!
On to the next place! I admit it, I haven't done much of anything at all on Multiverse. It seems none of my characters ever fit in there. This may have something to do with why I never feel compelled to do much there. I stick around, though, because for the most part, it's really my own fault, not the mushes, that I don't do much. Anywho, characters. I also have 4 there, though of them, I really don't do much.
Marona, from the underappreciated yet brilliant Phantom Brave, was my original alt. I originally apped her on Videoland first, where she still actually exists, but lays mostly dormant aside from the ocassional chit-chat with Phenyl (from Atelier Iris: Grand Phantasm). I apped her because, honestly, she's a hard character to dislike. You have to have no soul to dislike Marona. She's the nicest, friendliest character ever. I wanted people to be able to appreciate her, so she appeared. And then, I didn't do anything with her. Sad, but true. Nowadays, my spark for the character is flickering. Perhaps it's time to replay Phantom Brave.
My Galaxy Angel character here is Milfeulle Sakuraba. While I don't feel as though I do as good a job as the person I know that plays her on Gate, she seems to get along with everyone when I actually do play her. She has secret plans to rule the universe with cake!
Then, Hazuki. She is okay for social RP, when I get around to doing it, but she, despite actually not being all that weak, isn't really made for combat. She just doesn't like it. Overall, I cling to her mostly because people know me best on the place as the wee little bloodsucker.
And last is as close as I have to an original character, Mirabelle. She is a 99-series 'Kirschwasser' realian, an artifically created human, from the Xenosaga series. While the Kirschwassers actually appeared in the series, they weren't really made into main characters. I based mine on her appearance in the god awful anime, where there was only one living Kirschie and she had an actual character. Mira is withdrawn, and lacking in self confidence. She is learning it, though, as more and more people begin to appreciate her existence. She was originally obsessed with making herself 'useful' so she wouldn't be discarded. In a way it's still her driving force, but instead of doing it in concern she'll be tossed aside, she wants to show her gratitude to the people who have taught her a thing or two about what it means to be her own person. Originally, she was discovered in a forest, lost, alone, confused, and dirty by Millia Rage of Guilty Gear fame. Their relationship is one that I like. Neither really understood their deeper emotions, so they were forced to learn together. Later, she found herself in the village of Konoha from Naruto due to being caught up in a battle she had no place in. While she got hurt, she heals quickly. She also made her second friend, perhaps the one person in the village who would understand best what's going on in her mind, Hinata. The two of them became friends as well. Overall, her life is about a billion times better then it was in her canon, where she dies in obscurity within an exploding spacestation, mourned by no one except little sister MOMO. Of course in the anime her death is a bit more noble. This is the one thing I liked about the anime over the real canon.
Okay, that's enough for now. I'll cover the other two places when I'm less tired. For now, just consider yourself fortunate to be able to read a post by me! It doesn't happen very often, after all. Current Mood: artistic
|Wednesday, September 20th, 2006|
|Wednesday, August 2nd, 2006|
|Estuans Interius Homosexuality, SEPHIROTH!
Recently, while at work, I saw on the cover of a magazine that Lance Bass of N'Sync 'fame' has declared himself gay. Normally, I wouldn't care about that very much. However, he voiced Sephiroth in the first Kingdom Hearts game. This makes me laugh. Take that, Final Fantasy 7 fanboys! Your precious Sephiroth enjoys the touch of men! Mwa ha ha ha ha ha ha ha haaa!
|Sunday, January 22nd, 2006|
This is a post. It is in my livejournal. It's the first post of this year. Praise my post, and all it's greatness, to make this year a wonderfully wonderful one that's filled with wonder and stuff.
Or something. Current Mood: ????
|Wednesday, October 19th, 2005|
|The ladies of Guild Wars!
As most of you who matter know, I play Guild Wars. It is an exciting adventure and whatnot. But who do I play this game as? Allow me to introduce you to these, the lovely ladies of Guild Wars! How dramatic!
First up is ( Marona IviCollapse ) Current Mood: energetic
|Thursday, September 8th, 2005|
|Monday, August 29th, 2005|
|Not dead yet!
I appear to of survived the hurricane with minimal damage. We only got tropical storm force winds here, and that's like..laughable. I don't even worry during a tropical storm. Anyway, for anyone that may of been worried, I live. Let's rock!
If I am not around for a while, it's Hurricane Katrina's fault. Damned hurricanes.
|Saturday, August 6th, 2005|
|Weee! Stubborn people!
So, I was just sitting around the house playing Makai Kingdom, which, while it has love, lacks the love that is Phantom Brave. And then the phone rings. Some guy askes to speak to someone named 'Jody' and I tell him he has the wrong number. He asks me what the number is, I give it to him, and then he goes "I know this is the right fucking (gasp! Bet you've never seen me type a cuss word before) number, I just paid the bill!" So, naturally, I'm getting confused here, because I don't imagine some guy I never met paid my phone bill out of kindness. So I try to tell him he's got the wrong number, but he's not going to hear any of it. He goes "I know it's you, Billy." and of course doesn't believe me when I tell him I am not Billy. I try to tell him to look in the phonebook and he's like "Whatever, Billy." in this rude ass voice and hangs up. So I just kind of sit there a moment, wondering if I did something to piss off the cosmos to deserve being telephoned by some random guy. After a moment, I shrug and go back to demon slaying. So maybe 20 minutes later, the phone rings again. It's the same guy. He starts by trying to say he didn't mean to come off as an ass......but he still thinks that I am the same guy. He then goes in, without letting me interrupt,mind you, to tell me how much he cares about Jody, and how they've been together two years and all. I try to get him to let me say just one thing, and eventually he does. So I then tell him my name, and that I wasn't lying about it being the wrong number before. I could imagine the guy smacking himself in the forehead at this point. All he had had to do was look in the phonebook to tell I wasn't lying. So now the guy is all apologetic for bothering me. I just kind of let it go, though. No sense being mean to some guy who's already having problems, right? Anyway, that's my fun story for the week.
|Monday, July 11th, 2005|
Well, I am alive. I don't have power at my house right now, I'm posting at a friend's. But it probably won't be as long this time as it was last time. A lot of the town already has power back.
|Sunday, July 10th, 2005|
|Lameness: The post
For the chosen few who care, don't expect to see me online for a while. Hurricane is headed my way again, and it's nearly certain to knock out power and phonelines. Current Mood: annoyed
|Friday, May 20th, 2005|
|Stupid people and how they effect me.
Today I got the distinct pleasure of knowing what it's like to be in an automobile accident. I was headed home from a stop at work for a meeting and had just popped open my wonderful generic brand Sprite-like soda when someone thought they could shoot across in front of us. Clearly, they weren't correct as some squealing brakes and cuss words later, we slammed right into the woman in question. We were incredibly lucky that there was no one close behind us or I probably wouldn't be typing this right now. The fact that I can should tell you that the injuries were mostly minor. My mother, who was driving, ended up with bruised wrists from the airbag popping up and ripping her hands off the wheel. I ended up with a bashed up lip which is currently swollen to twice it's current size. It's making eating and talking a bit difficult. The car ended up worse then we did, with the windshield cracking beyond use but fortunally not shattering all over us, the hood folding in on itself, and the front bumper rendered so much twisted metal. The estimate we were given said it was 8000 dollars of damage. Still, better the car then us. Cars are easier to replace, after all. I already let work know I was going to skip at least one day to let the swelling in my lip go down some. However to those who may care, I and my mother are both okay. However my day off was rather crappy. On the bright side, behold my icon. She's a space gypsy!
|Thursday, March 17th, 2005|
|Hey look, it's a lack of a subject line.
I have determined that the music it plays in Project Justice when you fight Demon Hyo in the burning Justice High is in reality the Daily Show theme, possessed by the powers of darkness. That fiendish Hyo! Hey, guess who's tired and bored! If you guessed me...you're wrong, it's actually you. Current Mood: Random
|Thursday, March 10th, 2005|
|The time has come!
For me to type about some more stuff. This time's subject: Video Games. They are my hobby, my curse, my biggest income drain. But for each good game out there, there's roughly 45 billion games that make me want to remove my eyeballs with a deer antler. The same old swill keeps coming out, and even I am not immune to buying it. Case in point: Capcom Fighting Evolution. How the mighty have fallen. I once was filled with much <3 for Capcom fighters. But then they were ALL THE SAME THING. And this one was the worst of all. The only thing worthwhile was Ingrid and her mighty, mighty themesong. Ingrid owns. Everything else makes me weep. Damn you, Capcom! Make another Rival Schools or something. Those games had something 90 percent of your current games lack: fun factor. I can do without Megaman X 29,391: The Adventures of Baby X. However this wasn't supposed to be an anti-Capcom rant, I just used that to explain why games suck nowadays and that I still buy them. There are some games that are worth a purchase, though. Games that give you tons of replay value and also are fun! Games like the Holy Nippon Ichi Triumvirate (La Pucelle, Disgaea, and Phantom Brave). Now there's a company that knows how to make good games. They don't try to make them all lame and flashy, they use good old fashioned sprites. It's kind of like a modern game in reverse: The modern game uses nifty graphics to suck you in, while those games have only passable graphics but everything else owns. Other mighty games include Guilty Gear X2: The only fighting game currently worth playing right now. It doesn't have any real competition in my opinion, which is sad considering how long it's been on the market. It's time for X3 folks, Isuka disappointed. And though I have barely played it, Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater...I can already tell it's gonna suck me in when I get into it seriously. So there is still hope. But the game market has changed a ton since when I had my first Atari 2600. Games aren't made just for the devoted gamer anymore. They have to make games for the casual gamer, too. Games like billions of sports games, GTA: San Andreas, the various Tony Hawk games...they aren't necassarily bad (since I ain't played any of them), but they're aimed at trying to get non-gamers to buy games. Of the ones I listed, I might be able to enjoy San Andreas, since I can be a violent little bastard when I get going, but the rest I'll avoid. In summary...I have no clue where I was going with this. Just read it or ignore it or whatever. Do as you will! Current Mood: talkative
|Tuesday, March 8th, 2005|
|Thursday, March 3rd, 2005|
|The state of the anime address
Anime is officially no longer considered 'geeky' in the United States. This may come as a shock to those of you who enjoy thinking you're a part of some obscure cult or something, but it's just no longer true. I realized this once and for all not too long ago. Things have been steadily becoming more mainstream, in part thanks to the Cartoon Network's various airings. But as none of you probably know, I work in a grocery store. And in this grocery store we are selling Shonen Jump. When I can can find manga 10 feet from a loaf of bread, then it's officially accepted now. It's for the best, though. Nowadays if I wanted to buy something, I might actually be able to afford it! When it wasn't as profitable, the companies that handled it would of charged you through the nose for even a vhs tape. Also, on an entirely unrelated topic, the good Captain Justintime2K has given me a mighty upgrade, so I now possess multiple colorful icons, each filled with more awesome then the last. This is because a few days ago was my birthday! I am Officially Ancient now. Or something. Current Mood: contemplative
|Sunday, February 6th, 2005|
|Hello, we've never met, and now I must kill you!
Ever play any of those games? You know, the ones with the lame final bosses that make no sense whatsover? Creatures or things simply pulled out of nowhere just to complete the game? This is my tribute to such things! Because I am bored and haven't done any random posts recently. Yes, there will be numerous RPG spoilers in this post, so avoid it if you whine when something is spoiled. Also, they're pretty much just in the order I think of them, not in order of lameness or anything.
Necron: The nonsensical boss of Final Fantasy 9. After smashing Kuja, you can claim triumph! Or so you think, first you have to defeat this flying reject that kinda pops up out of nowhere, goes "Sup, I'm Necron, let's fight" and then dies when you thrash him. He does have the advantage of having a cool name at least, I guess. I mean, it sounds all deathly and stuff with necro in it. Or something.
Giant Tree: Seeing the name that this thing was given made me weep once I made it to the end of Suikoden IV. After having to play through Suikoden III just to say I'd played the whole series, I make it to the end of an otherwise great edition to the series to find myself faced off against a demonic shrubbery. There's nothing leading up to this whatsoever, unless Grahm Cray was just some sort of EVIL GARDENER and I missed this at some point in the game. Or perhaps this was the Rune of Punishment's final punishment, an extremely lame last boss. Suikoden games have never had the best final bosses, but they've at least made sense! In Suiko 1 you fight the emperoer in big, mighty form and Suiko 2's Beast Rune is foreshadowed by events earlier in the game. Suiko III doesn't actually exist, though. Except Lilly. <3 for Lilly.
Yu Yevon: Hi! I was hanging out inside of Sin all this time! And I'm a cute little floating bug thing that can't hurt you! This one was just kinda retarded. Sure, I guess you could say 'Braska's Final Aeon' or whatever they called Jecht when you fought him was the real final boss, but after they get all dramatic with how dangerous this guy supposedly was, all you gotta do is thrash your aeons and then fight something that, as far as I know, can't hurt you at all. Mr. Yevon casts a mean curaga, but I never saw him inflict any actual damage.
Sophie Peithos: I suppose this one is somewhat forgivable. This was the final boss in Xenosaga Episode 1: Der Will To Use Dramatic Subtitles. I guess they have to save the big names for end fights in the later games, but to end the game with you having to fight some random gnosis Albedo stuffed into a machine just seemed kind of anti-climatic. Oh well, at least Erde Kaiser made it a mostly painless fight, and the way your characters jump like superheroes torwards him to do thier regular attacks was also grand. Fly, little MOMO, fly, and kick the gnosis machine in it's gnosis machine chin! For everlasting peace!
If only I wasn't tired I could probably think of more lame ones. Oh well. Current Mood: Random
|Sunday, December 19th, 2004|
|Ah yuu ohkei? Bustah Update!
After looking over my LJ calendar I apparently post once a month. Man, I really am boring. However, each of you reading this must praise my current icons, for they rule. Love them!