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  1. Denied User does not meet time requirement & insufficient answers/pac examples. You may re-apply once you read the required 1 week of game time.
  2. Maul's Shadow Collective - Lucky
  3. Yeah that makes sense. If you really look at it a lot of movies are very similar writing-wise. Its something called the "Hero's Journey" and it is a sort of roadmap of where you should take your story to help really give legs. Not every story hits every beat in order or even hits every beat but the basics of it are in a lot of media, for better or for worse. Its great because its what allows for things that subvert expectstions *well* to exist and have an effect on people, but it means that a lot of media is really easy to predict. Basics are: Hero is "regular person", they're c
  4. This as per the definition from the Merriam-Webster dictionary. Hotdogs are a type of sandwich, as are subway sandwiches. Don't @ me
  5. It was fun going through it, though I did get stuck a bit on a couple things until things clicked (and boy did I feel stupid when they did). He's going to post how to get the answers soon but honestly if you feel up to it still try and see how far you can get, it feels better to work it out than to just get told the answer.
  6. I present a possible middle ground (that I think JDark possibly was implying): How about, if you hit a comms bind and want to void it, void it in rp? As in to void it you must do the "void" message in comms instead of in ooc so that rp isn't taken away if its there and if the message is something that needs to be taken into rp, it is kept in rp. Lets say someone hits their taking off bind, that's easily justifiable as a message someone would have ready to send when needed, possibly the same for the sitrep binds that were being discussed in this post, as those would need to go out at
  7. Discord: WolfOfLegend#0575 What to draw: If you feel like practising faces how about a devaronian head kinda in the same vein as this but with his mouth covered with a bandanna or if not then a stylised wolf head would be dope
  8. Lumberyard > All Fite me But in all seriousness knowing who follows him on twitter, the vote is going to end with Source 2 being super far ahead. Which honestly sucks but people assume Source 2 will be 'revolutionary' simply because its made by valve. Also reading the comments its all talking about Source vs UE and Unity, the only person I've seen so far talking about Lumberyard was saying "I don't know what it is but I guessed it would be the lowest rated so I voted for it."
  9. Congrats on making it a year in shadow! A year ago (21st Dec I believe, or a few days sooner) I was put into IOA a week after the other IOA officers at the time and had to unexpectedly shove @Ubermolen into the CO position... Feels like so long ago now
  10. As with Lucky's Backstory before, I have decided to expand on Surface Marshal Creed's backstory. For those who aren't aware its actually a name from Warhammer40k, but I decided to use him as my new ingame character and thus have adapted his backstory for the Star Wars setting. Enjoy, constructive criticism is always appreciated, and aspects are subject to change. <Personnel Report: Ursarkar E. Creed> Also for those who read the Lucky backstory, I have updated it to suit the change of character.
  11. Sadly the only ISB that wasn't a civ or EC was AFK so I was the one that 'interrogated' him. (It was a questioning more than an interrogation, but still). I have got to say he can really think on his feet well, every small trap I tried to pull to make him sound treasonous he avoided (except for accidentally calling the Imperial Government a 'occupation' but he managed to just barely save himself from that slip) and every question I asked he managed to talk his way around to sound like a disgruntled civilian and a victim of circumstance. He made a half-believable story and stuck to it, manag
  12. Honestly agreed. As much as I love the old sage that old Obi-Wan is, Ewan played the young master so well and made him so likable. With that being said James A. Taylor did a really good job voicing him in Clone Wars and that is where a majority of my favourite Obi-Wan moments are from.
  13. Platform shoes ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
  14. I decided to expand on the backstory of Lucky, I'm not the greatest writer but I think this is at least half decent. Any constructive criticism is always appriciated < Personnel Report: Lucky > This honestly took me way longer to write than I would like to admit
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