[OOC] The Srelt Archipelago

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Re: [OOC] The Srelt Archipelago

Post by God Of The North » Tue Feb 13, 2018 9:02 pm

.....they both accidently killed someone. Elessar was ACTUALLY banished and stripped of his name. Jason wasn't banished and changed his name to hide his past.

Beyond the killing accidently..... I don't see much similar. They have pretty different situations as well.
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Re: [OOC] The Srelt Archipelago

Post by Fluffking » Tue Feb 13, 2018 9:12 pm

Well I guess it's just the general trope that gives similarities.

Take any trope, take a sample size of 5-10 characters and analyze each and every one. You'll find more than enough things to say: hey he/she is quite like that person from the story.


If you want the most boring example find the avarege fantasy hero trope and see how many of these click: Young, death of parents, death of loved ones relatively early in the story(first 100 pages in single books that last for more than 500 some time in the first book for longer standing series), have special powers, is chosen, wins against the evil Lord relatively easy (someone young and inexperienced wife over a war veteran with multiple years not decades of experience with battles,). You can always expand the list with more clichés as they run in tropes.
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Re: [OOC] The Srelt Archipelago

Post by God Of The North » Sat Feb 17, 2018 4:53 am

Also, OUCH Kit! Tarroc's not that bad! He's just got a unique personality. He hasn't hurt anyone :(
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Re: [OOC] The Srelt Archipelago

Post by Khol » Sun Feb 18, 2018 11:53 am

I don't even know what's going on anymore
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Re: [OOC] The Srelt Archipelago

Post by Fluffking » Sun Feb 18, 2018 11:55 am

Arthur and Tarroc is chilling. Pandora, Elessar, Kara, Aenar and Flatso will soon-ish go and try to figure out what's causing the plants to go bunkers. WahRang is just watching the group, knowing that Tarroc is keeping his eyes on her.
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Re: [OOC] The Srelt Archipelago

Post by God Of The North » Sun Feb 18, 2018 8:09 pm

Tarroc technically isn't WATCHING WahRang. His actual EYES aren't on her, but he can smell her, and he can sense her presence, so even though his back is to her, he knows exactly where she is.

He knows the scents of forests, and his sense of smell is exceptionally sharp, allowing him to pinpoint the scent that doesn't quite match the rest of the forest as a method of keeping track of WahRang. He can also sense the energy of living beings, as dragons are children of the primordial earth, allowing him to track her.

If anyone has seen Avatar, the original series, imagine Toph's method of tracking people through the vibrations of the earth. Tarroc's ability is kind of similar to that, but everything living thing is a different vibrant colour. WahRang is easy to track due to the fact that she's a deity, so her colour is different than anything else Tarroc has sensed before, so she's easy to pick out.
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Re: [OOC] The Srelt Archipelago

Post by Khol » Mon Feb 19, 2018 12:30 pm

Sort of get the gist of it
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Re: [OOC] The Srelt Archipelago

Post by Fluffking » Tue Feb 20, 2018 7:43 am

Uhm North. The reason you give for seeing the elementals are essentially wrong. The elementals aren't life, so to say, they are beings. And beings from a completely different plane of existence, comparing their presence to that of a human, elf, dwarf, deer, insect anything in this world would be doing them a big dishonor. It'd be like comparing a mountain to the ocean. Or a snowflake to the stars in the universe.

They do live, but not with life energy in the way that creatures from this plane. Their life energy is magic itself, it floats through them and forms both their appearance and powers. In places with an excess of power elementis would rival the strength of even gods, for as long as the excess holds that is, but in places with little connection to the magical energies they would be as weak as a normal race.

Arthur's soul might have changed due to the intermingling with Ignis, but Tarroc would have no idea what Arthur's soul originally looked like making that a faulty way of suggesting an elemental. The correct way would be that Tarroc can sense magic, like a mage, and could see and feel the pull Arthur has on the magic around him.
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Re: [OOC] The Srelt Archipelago

Post by God Of The North » Tue Feb 20, 2018 1:12 pm

He knows what a human soul looks like, and he can compare it to the souls of the humans in the town as well as Arant.

He doesn't see every soul as different, he would REALLY Need to focus for that. He just senses the presence of a human soul, because Arthur WAS human at one point, and he can detect a difference in that soul compared to the souls of other humans.

If a human soul appeared blue to Tarroc's senses, then Arthur would be blue with like..... Red streaks or a red tint to it because Ignis is there as well. He isn't trying to see the true form of anyone's souls, as that's a rather personal thing, so he just sees the basics.
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Re: [OOC] The Srelt Archipelago

Post by God Of The North » Tue Feb 20, 2018 1:14 pm

It's sort of like a heat signature he sees. He can tell it's there, and he knows the signature of a human from the signature of a deer, but he would Need to focus harder to see the exact details of one entity from another.

Make sense?
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