I hope that everyone had a very merry Christmas (or Hanukkah, Kwanzaa or whatever other holiday that you celebrate) and I hope that you all have a very happy new year as well.
I recently realized that most, if not all, of my roleplays have several of their guiding rules in common, no matter what the roleplay is about. So, I decided that I would compile these rules into a blog post, so that rather than copying them out every time, I could simply link to this post, and focus more on writing out the rules specific to each individual roleplay.
These rules primarily apply to IC (In-Character) roleplays, which take place in the Spiral. OOC (Out-Of-Character) roleplays
I recently just finished my very first Mario Party 7 game against CPU's on the Brutal difficulty, the highest difficulty that they can be at in this game.
Honestly I didn't find much difference between them and Hard CPU's. Everything was going okay in the 15 Turn game on Grand Canal... that is until the final turn of the game.
The standings were as followed:
1st: Mario (CPU) 3 Stars, around 20 or 40 coins.
2nd: Boo (me) 2 stars, 150 coins.
All those who needed to benefit from this knowledge, have.
Updated 01-15-2017 at 05:58 PM by The Hoodoo Master
The Dragonlords of the Spiral are an ancient group of some of the most powerful dragons in existence. Formed not long after the creation of the Spiral after the Elemental Titan War, they consist of five dragons - no more, no less - that are chosen whenever a previous one dies. The Dragonlords are powerful - it is thought that, at their peak, they may even be near the level of their predecessors, the Fire Titans, in power. However, even when they aren't at that peak, they are still dangerous, powerful