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Title: Alejandre DeAnorim:: em Discussao
Post by: Azrael of the Rose on 2007-01-11, 18:16:01
You can't post on the actual story thread (if you do, ill have to cut you), so post and questions/comments/concerns/adviceiwontlistento here.  Compreenda? ;D
Title: Re: Alejandre DeAnorim:: em Discussao
Post by: Slayden on 2007-01-11, 20:20:02
You can lock your main thread so that no one can post in it, then unlock it and update it as necessary. That's what I do.

Shit... I've got to update my story now...

Pretty good. I like the detail. Though I (and I'm confident everyone else) will not go through the trouble of translating Portuguese myself. That's why I have a Lexicon post for all my unfamiliar terms (and snippets from other languages).

Oh and Character Sheets! I want to see Character Sheets! You know you can start as a mortal and net some additional experience then become a vampire for the character creation (just a little tip ;)).
Title: Re: Alejandre DeAnorim:: em Discussao
Post by: Azrael of the Rose on 2007-01-12, 11:42:26
i suck at the technical stuff. as you so pointedly stated on PV, im not "storyteller" however good my writing is.
Title: Re: Alejandre DeAnorim:: em Discussao
Post by: Bloodywolf on 2007-01-12, 14:38:44
Well I didn't realise it was the birth of a childe untill the very end :-p
Title: Re: Alejandre DeAnorim:: em Discussao
Post by: Azrael of the Rose on 2007-01-12, 16:22:47
is that good or bad?
Title: Re: Alejandre DeAnorim:: em Discussao
Post by: Bloodywolf on 2007-01-13, 01:48:31
Well cause its portogese I didn't exacly know what happened, I tought she was getting tortured in the beginning... =-)
Title: Re: Alejandre DeAnorim:: em Discussao
Post by: Azrael of the Rose on 2007-01-13, 08:25:19
there are some who would say childbirth and torture ARE the same thing...
Title: Re: Alejandre DeAnorim:: em Discussao
Post by: Rainmoon on 2007-01-13, 10:00:55
i suck at the technical stuff.

Locking your post should be as easy as replying to it.

Title: Re: Alejandre DeAnorim:: em Discussao
Post by: Slayden on 2007-01-24, 19:40:54
Azrael, considering the date this takes place in, you would immediately be forced into marriage to Adriana Quesada for fornicating with her, regardless of whether or not you got her pregnant. Lashings (and possible stake-burning) are reserved for adulterers who were married.
Title: Re: Alejandre DeAnorim:: em Discussao
Post by: Azrael of the Rose on 2007-01-24, 20:00:20
psh. not always. sometimes you just get a beating and a back off motha fucka. sides you havent given me a chance to develop my story spoiler.
Title: Re: Alejandre DeAnorim:: em Discussao
Post by: Slayden on 2007-01-25, 15:49:18
psh. not always.

Always. I know my history.  We are talking about very prudish times. You would be forced into marriage with Adriana within the first couple of days. She would be cast out from her family (and you from yours) and you two would be the shame of your entire village. People in this time got it on more often than many Catholics want to admit, despite the risk, but they were very cautious about it. Have as much sex with her as you want, but don't get caught or else you're slapped with a marriage. IMMEDIATELY.
Title: Re: Alejandre DeAnorim:: em Discussao
Post by: Azrael of the Rose on 2007-01-25, 18:49:12
AH! FINE DICK! go look at PV. you fucked up.

ADDED


minor edit and we're good.
Title: Re: Alejandre DeAnorim:: em Discussao
Post by: Slayden on 2007-01-25, 23:17:05
AH! FINE DICK! go look at PV. you fucked up.

No I didn't. I explained everything there.

minor edit and we're good.

:EDIT:
Title: Re: Alejandre DeAnorim:: em Discussao
Post by: Azrael of the Rose on 2007-01-26, 06:44:55
wowy wow. thanks for divulging a plot develpment slayden. that WAS the plan.
Title: Re: Alejandre DeAnorim:: em Discussao
Post by: Slayden on 2007-01-26, 07:22:43
LOL Sorry. I edited my post.
Title: Re: Alejandre DeAnorim:: em Discussao
Post by: Bloodywolf on 2007-01-26, 08:39:29
And you slayden, your lil story is also off, as words as Dick did not exist in the old times :-p
Title: Re: Alejandre DeAnorim:: em Discussao
Post by: Slayden on 2007-01-26, 14:58:47
You are supposed to read my story like a narration, as though I'm writing an autobiography of myself today, which gives me liberties to use all modern terminology and slang. I will be more historically accurate in conversations for individual words, however (but I won't be using "thee," "thy," "art thou," or such terms). You might notice that little is said in the sex scenes. This is partially due to the lack of slang terms for the genitals. Racking my brain, however, I figured out how to talk dirty even in ancient times, Dark Ages, Middle Ages, and Victorian Age in addition to modern times. Thankfully, "fuck" has existed at least since the 1400s. We know this because the word was used in a poem written in the 1400s, but the word was in verbal use long before that.
Title: Re: Alejandre DeAnorim:: em Discussao
Post by: Azrael of the Rose on 2007-01-26, 15:02:23
i read...somewhere...that Fuck had celtic roots...couldnt tell you where though...also...slayden i think your backround is so...glaring non-canon and farfetched. are you sure you're not just a ravnos...or trapped in the illusions of one?
Title: Re: Alejandre DeAnorim:: em Discussao
Post by: Slayden on 2007-01-27, 06:01:04
There aren't any clear origins for the word "fuck." There is a possible Celtic origin behind it, Latinate/Greecean, and Germanic. Some have suggested a supposed acronymal linage of the word, such as FUCKIN: For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge in the Nude or FUCK: Fornicating Under Consent of the King. None of these acronyms existed before the the 1960s and "fuck" is too old a word across too many languages for ANY of these acronyms to apply. In fact, "fuck" outdates modern English. Middle and Old English made no distinction between For L; V, W, or U; and several other letters. These were later split into separate letters for easier learning, meaning the acronyms didn't even have the possibility to exist. It doesn't matter though, all etymologists agree that  "fuck" does not have English roots.

For my profile, you can't tell me what is cannon and what isn't. You haven't read enough. But you can tell me if I need a reality check. What's far-fetched about it? That old profile I sent you was early and I'm not going to use it. Perhaps a few basic elements from it, but nothing like what I told you before.
Title: Re: Alejandre DeAnorim:: em Discussao
Post by: Azrael of the Rose on 2007-01-27, 11:29:34
i was joking. i thought since you were a romany youd make a good ravnos. the only thing i dont like about your profile is i think it makes you too old and too powerful. i thought tremere killed all the tremere antribu in the sabbat, and you said you were int he sabbat once.
Title: Re: Alejandre DeAnorim:: em Discussao
Post by: Slayden on 2007-01-27, 11:59:27
i was joking. i thought since you were a romany youd make a good ravnos. the only thing i dont like about your profile is i think it makes you too old and too powerful.

I could role play a Ravnos, but I'm from the Phuri Dae family, not the Ravnos family. Of all the families, can you guess which one is the only one that the Ravnos Embrace? :P Also, once my Embrace happens, I lose any magic I once held.

I'm not going to be Embraced this soon, but I'm thinking of upping the dates a little because as it is now, I think my Becoming is too far off. It would be more about me as a human rather than a vampire. I chose this time period because of it's very loose morals. Christianity had not set in yet and the Romans were abandoning the worship of their idols. Violence, corruption, thievery, and political assassinations were common at this time. It was even common to have orgies near the Roman public baths. I think I can push it up 500-800 years and still catch this time frame. It wasn't until A.D. 900 that the Catholic Church started taking over and people began swinging the other way to extreme prudism.

i thought tremere killed all the  in the sabbat, and you said you were int he sabbat once.

Yeah Tremere himself killed all the Tremere antribu in June 1999, but I was Sabbat from around 1730 to the 1780.
Title: Re: Alejandre DeAnorim:: em Discussao
Post by: Azrael of the Rose on 2007-01-27, 14:49:56
thats my knowldge of oWoD for you. i know just enough to know how much i dont know.
Title: Re: Alejandre DeAnorim:: em Discussao
Post by: Bloodywolf on 2007-01-28, 03:21:38
Ohh So the original Thremere is still alive? I keep forgetting that the Tremere are latecomers.

Oh and If I need to think back to VTM:R didn't magic died around the 18th century compleatly? Wasn't that the reason why the tremere sought vampirism cause the order of hermes kept saying that magic was slowly loosing its power?
Title: Re: Alejandre DeAnorim:: em Discussao
Post by: Slayden on 2007-01-29, 02:37:27
18 century is way too late. Magic began to fade back in A.D. 998 and House Tremere became Clan Tremere in A.D. 1021.

My time period is in limbo right now because the Roman Empire collapsed and split in 476 and I want to get in there before that happened. I think I'll jump in around that time or just after. Azrael, doing a little historical research is really helpful for creating ideal settings for your character. It has helped me, and I'm not talking OWoD, I'm talking about actual history.
Title: Re: Alejandre DeAnorim:: em Discussao
Post by: Azrael of the Rose on 2007-01-29, 12:40:59
of course i do actual historical research. how do you think my shit is usually so canon? remember my profile? i didnt just pull that out of the sky...i never write somthing historical without researching, i missed one small detail is all. I forgot that you could only get away with that sort of thing if you werent caught...
Title: Re: Alejandre DeAnorim:: em Discussao
Post by: El Gostro on 2007-01-30, 20:11:30
MAkin stuff up be funs!
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