OOC: Over the Land That Lies East of the Moon And West of the Sun...

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Postby Tanhirion » Sun Jun 08, 2003 3:15 am

Anything you want to add to the story or just simply to ask question, just post them here and if i don't reply, just do them anyway... <BR> <BR> Tanhirion (Chris)
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Postby narnensul » Sun Jun 08, 2003 6:57 am

Excellent writing...maybe I'll join. It sounds very intruiging. Can you give me some background or was it written on an impulse and you're still forming the story? I'd love to know why they're in there. <BR> <BR>Should my character be apart of the company? Or seperate...which would be better?
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Postby Tanhirion » Sun Jun 08, 2003 1:51 pm

its up to you. It was all writen on impulse. I had an idea and it evolved from there. If you want to be part of the company than become part of it or if you want to be evil then its up to yo, but we need some more people in this rp before it becomes interesting. You were evil in our last RP so try being good in this one <BR> <BR> Tan (Chris) <BR>
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Postby narnensul » Sun Jun 08, 2003 2:19 pm

All right. I'll be apart of the company. <BR>
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Postby Tanhirion » Mon Jun 09, 2003 2:36 pm

well you might as well start posting now and ill bring in one of my other characters that i think you rped with ages ago. <BR> <BR>Tanhirion( Chris)
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Postby ElvenWanderer » Mon Jun 09, 2003 3:01 pm

:bows to Tanhirion: hello. since you mentioned this thread in the OOC of Death Song, i figured i might as well check it out! i'd like to join, if it's all right with you...
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Postby narnensul » Mon Jun 09, 2003 5:56 pm

I have no idea whats behind the doors, I'm leaving that up to the rest of you. <BR> <BR>
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Postby Tanhirion » Mon Jun 09, 2003 9:18 pm

Sure its ok, anyone can join because you need people of inteligence on the mission...quest...thing (Slams head on table, don't listen to Lord of the Rings again) <BR> <BR> Ah much better, well i have gotten us to the point of the tomb but what is in it, i will leave to who ever wishes to explain.I have no suggestions save when what ever in the tomb if found, a creature escapes and then we chase it over the lands that lies East of the Moon and West of the sun. <BR> <BR>Tanhirion (Chris)
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Postby narnensul » Tue Jun 10, 2003 5:11 am

*pats Tan on the head* Its ok Tan. Sometimes phrases from the movies or books come into my daily disscusions with people, its inevitable. <BR> <BR>I like the creature idea. Should it be wanting something? Trying to get something we don't want it to get? Like if we set loose a pink bunny rabbit, I wouldn't mind, but if it was a soul snatching pink bunny rabbit that wants to collect minds to get bigger, I'd probably mind.
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Postby Arwen902 » Tue Jun 10, 2003 9:06 am

<BR>Hi!<img src="http://www.tolkienonline.com/mb/i/expressions/face-icon-small-happy.gif"border=0> <BR>Tan, You mentioned that you need more people so if you need an evil person (or another member of your company), I'd really like to join.<img src="http://www.tolkienonline.com/mb/i/expressions/face-icon-small-happy.gif"border=0> <BR>
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Postby Maltahísiëien_Grishgib » Tue Jun 10, 2003 10:50 am

Ooo! Ooo! <BR> <BR> <BR>I want to be the creature! I love being creatures!!! <BR> <BR> <BR>Can I! Can I! <BR> <BR><b> <BR>Please!!!!!</b> <BR> <BR>But... I don't want to be a bunny... <img src="http://www.tolkienonline.com/mb/i/expressions/face-icon-small-rolleyes.gif"border=0> <BR> <BR>... <img src="http://www.tolkienonline.com/mb/i/expressions/face-icon-small-tongue.gif"border=0> <BR>
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Postby Tanhirion » Fri Jun 13, 2003 3:18 pm

Fine then, you can be a fluffy blue teddy bear instead. Well, since Thread Stalker posted in our last rp then well we better make this one up to standard. Well we have let this THING (no offence) out and now we just need to know where the hell it goes and why so we can chase ur butt around the world. <BR><BR>Post soon peoples, i get lonely...<BR><BR><BR>Tan(Chris)<BR>
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Postby narnensul » Fri Jun 13, 2003 5:55 pm

Lets find out what the "THING" is and what it wants before we start chasing it. The logical way, right? Perhaps we stumble upon a big mural or series of pictures, or someone could read Salnorian.<BR><BR>Poor Chris gets lonely *pats him on the head* Its summer and I have nothing else to do except swim practice at 6 in the morning. So I post like theres no tomorrow.
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Postby Lady_Galadriel786 » Sat Jun 14, 2003 12:36 pm

Hello! <BR><BR>The idea for this RP is really interesting... I would love to join.. but it is too late?<BR><BR>Please let me know!<BR><BR><BR>LadyG<BR><BR><BR>Here is my character Bio:<BR><BR><BR><b>(<i>This History was written during the 1st year of King Elessar’s reign</i>)</b><BR><BR><b>Name:</b> She does not rightly know, but the family she lives with calls her Rhíana al Maësara<BR><b>Prefers to be called:</b> Rían (It is what her mother always called her)<BR><b>Race:</b> Man (Gondorian)<BR><b>Gender:</b> Female<BR><b>Age:</b> 17<BR><b>Height:</b> 5’9”<BR><b>Weight:</b> 110lbs<BR><BR><b>Physical Appearance:</b> Her face is a perfect oval, with high, classical cheekbones, a straight and slender nose, and a delicately curved mouth that dimples when she smiles. Her slightly full lips hold a suggestion of sweetness and vulnerability when she is not on her guard. If her smooth forehead is a little too broad, it is by no means unattractive, and it is balanced by he widow’s-peak hairline that cuts into her clear skin dramatically, and by the exquisitely shaped brows that are sweeping golden brown arcs above her wide set eyes. Her eyes are a deep, deep green, set below thick and curling golden-brown lashes that cast gentle dusky shadows on her skin. This is like pale cream silk, and as smooth, and without blemish, tinted with the palest of apricots. Her luxuriant russet-brown hair, falling thick and straight to her waist when open, is usually plaited and then tied up in such a way that it nestles at the nape of her neck, and seems like a rich velvet cap threaded through with golden strands. She is tall, slim and has an athletic grace that comes from hours of training, riding, and long treks throughout the lands.<BR><BR><b>Marital Status:</b> Single. By choice.<BR><BR><b>Occupation:</b> Scribe; Blademaster; Archer; Assassin and Thief (unknown by most people)<BR><BR><b>Outfit:</b> Forest-green peasant blouse; black riding breeches; black leather boots; and a deep grey cloak and hood. These are the types of clothes she loves, and is most comfortable in, although she will wear dresses (which are like the ones Eówyn wears in TTT) or skirts, if the occasion calls for it.<BR><BR><b>Skills Include:</b> Reading, writing and speaking various languages (well, she isn’t a scribe for nothing! <img src="http://www.tolkienonline.com/mb/i/expressions/face-icon-small-happy.gif"border=0>); forgery; horseback riding (she grew up in Rohan, so duh! <img src="http://www.tolkienonline.com/mb/i/expressions/face-icon-small-rolleyes.gif"border=0>); sword-play; throwing daggers; archery; a keen knowledge of herbs and plants and potions that have healing and/or restorative properties, as well as those that can be used to drug or kill.<BR><BR><b>Weapons and Other Items:</b> A small chest in which she carries the herbs and plants and powders she uses for her ‘work’, as well as quills, parchments, and ink.<BR>An elvish sword, one of the first things she ever stole. She is very attached to it.<BR>Several daggers and knives; hidden.<BR>A longbow made of ash wood, and a quiver of arrows.<BR><BR><b>Means of travel:</b> A grey mare of Rohan, sister to the horse owned by her foster-cousin, Léanë, which she named Mithuial (Grey Twilight)<BR><BR><b>Personality:</b> Strong, determined, forceful, and sometimes a little too questioning of authority. Energetic, ambitious, full of energy, full of ideas and the drive to go out and put them into action. Intellectual, yet emotional, Rían can be very changeable in mood. Intelligent, adaptable, inventive and versatile, and if you can take the pace, she is great fun to be with. She is charming and ingenious, and she knows it; and uses this to her full advantage – most people find it very hard to disagree with or oppose Rían. Independent and masterful; she knows she is a natural leader, which can make her seem proud, haughty and patronising. She is courageous, and loyal, but she expects the same in return. Rían is also a perfectionist; she sets high standards and lives up to them, but she expects others to do the same. She is methodical, clear-thinking and tidy-minded; she suffers fools badly. She is warm and friendly, generous and sincere, and enjoys being part of a group. Yet the outward show of an abrasive and forceful nature hides a keen and calculating mind, subtle and deadly in its dealings. Her success comes often because she has manipulated other people, or made good use of her connections. Because of what she does, Rían is very good at finding things out, whether in gossip about other people, or in investigative research – but no one knows anything about her; she makes sure to hide herself in an aura of mystery and enchantment that cannot be penetrated, but at the same time, makes her all the more alluring.<BR><BR><BR><b>Bio:</b> Rían was born to Míriel, the daughter of the Royal Scribe of Gondor, in the year 3004 of the Third Age, under a cloud. Míriel, then only 24, and already betrothed to a Guard of the Tower, had refused to say who the father of her baby was. Míriel’s father was furious and promptly disowned her, telling her to never set foot in Gondor to darken his door ever again.<BR><BR>Míriel moved to a remote village near Rohan, and there she remained, together with her daughter. Rían’s childhood was happy; her mother made sure she never lacked for anything. The absence of her father did not bother Rían for the most part. But too soon, her mother was taken away from her. When Rían was six, her mother was seriously injured when a runaway horse and cart had borne down upon her while she was in town. Míriel never recovered and died a week later.<BR><BR>At her mother’s burial, she met a strange old man, who told her that from then on, she would live in Edoras, as this was what her mother had wished and arranged for her. Rían was surprised, but did not question him, and accepted what he said with the trust of the child she was. She had not known that her mother had arranged for her to go and live in Edoras when she turned 10 years old, and to learn to be a scribe like her grandfather – her mother had meant to tell Rían herself a few years later, when the time actually came for her to leave. The old man remained with her at her old home for a week or so, putting all her mother’s affairs into order, before they finally headed towards the Golden Halls of King Théoden.<BR><BR>The old man told Rían not to mention him to anybody, and then left Rían at the doorstep of the Weaponmaster of Edoras, before disappearing into the night. The Weaponmaster, Léod, did not seem particularly surprised to see her. “So you are Rhíana al Maësara,” he greeted her. “I would have known you anywhere. You look like your mother, though you have not her ebony hair. Come inside, child.” He introduced her to his family, and told her that from then on she would be like on of his own daughters. But he never made any mention of the old man. His family accepted this new stranger amongst them quite easily, and Rían was made to feel most welcome.<BR><BR><BR>And so a new kind of life began for Rían. She went to the courts of Edoras everyday for her lessons with the other children of her village. During the day, she learnt the arts of scribing, how to take care of the stable animals, and played with the children of Léod and the other children in the courts. For the most part, the children treated her kindly and she did not feel all together alone, although at times she missed her mother terribly. After a few weeks, Rían also began to learn weaponry with the boys, and her best friend and foster cousin, Léanë. Her foster-father had not wanted her or Léanë to take weaponry at first, saying that these skills were not for girls to learn. But Rían was stubborn, and also had a keen eye and a remarkable accuracy that was quite astounding for someone her age. Léanë, too, was no less stubborn, and already a remarkable rider at the tender age of seven. And so, after a few weeks of persuasion, her foster-father agreed to teach both the girls.<BR><BR><BR>Rían sometimes wondered what had happened to the old man who had been so kind to her when her mother had died. Since the day he had left her with Léod’s family, Rían had not heard from him. Questioning the children, or the people brought no answers, for Rían was reluctant to say too much and betray the old man. All would look at her blankly, then shrug and turn away.<BR><BR>Then one day, about 6 months after she first arrived in Edoras, the old man re-appeared. He came through a secret entrance in her bedroom, in the middle of the night. He led her to a secret part of the Golden Hall, a part Rían was sure no one knew about. And here, he began to instruct her in the fine art of assassination. He told her his name: Charon, and that he had been asked to train her in his craft. Though at first he had not wanted to teach her, in the end he had been persuaded. He did not offer any more information – why he had been asked to teach her, or by whom - nothing. <BR><BR>No one, not even Léanë, knew of these nightly trysts, for Charon had warned her against it. Though the schedule was punishing and demanding on a growing child, and these lessons made her tired and quite unable to keep awake during the day for her normal lessons, Rían never thought of complaining to Charon or refusing one of his calls. As a matter of fact, if asked Rían would have said that her lessons with Charon were the ones she enjoyed the most, though what he taught her to be was far from enjoyable in the long term. <BR><BR>There was a tremendous scope to his lessons – which were almost like games – for Rían, at least, that is what it seemed like at first. Rían learnt about herbs – what was good for a cold, what could give relief from an ache or pain, and later, what could be used to drug, to kill – she also learnt much about observation in the process. How to befriend the common folk to gain their confidences. How to remember conversations – who spoke to whom, what was said, the unconscious and conscious gestures made. Her shyness and reticence were never accounted as a good enough excuse for failing to execute such an assignment, and so she found herself meeting and coming to know a good many of the folks in and around Edoras. Even though her questions were inspired by Charon, every one of them welcomed her interest and was more than willing to share expertise. Without intending it, Rían began to garner a reputation as a ‘sharp youngster’ and a ‘good help’. Other games built on her nerve as well as her powers of observation. Charon would send her to play certain ‘games’, all of which initially appealed to her natural love of mischief, and she seldom failed at them. When she did, the consequences themselves were her look-out. Charon had warned her that he would not shield her from anybody’s wrath, and suggested that she have a worthy tale ready to explain away being where she should not be, or possessing something that which she had no business possessing. She learnt to lie very well. And it was not taught to her accidentally. <BR>These were the lessons in her assassin’s primer. And more. Sleight of the hand and the art of moving stealthily. Where to strike a man to render him unconscious. Where to strike a man so that he dies without crying out. Where to stab a man so that he dies without too much blood welling out. She learnt it all rapidly and well, thriving under Charon’s approval of her quick mind.<BR><BR>Soon Charon began to use Rían for small jobs about the keep. He never told her, ahead of time, if they were tests of her skill, or actual tasks he wished accomplished. To Rían it made no difference; she pursued them all with a single-minded devotion to Charon and anything he commanded. She never knew the underlying reasons for the tasks Charon set her. At that age, she set her mind to how she would do a thing, rather than why. By the time Rían was 12 years old, she was already highly accomplished in the basic necessities required of her future profession. It was then that Chade began sending her further and further away, outside Edoras, to towns and villages, and once in a while, to Rían’s great delight, to Gondor. She did not go alone, but always accompanied one of the many groups of people that travelled frequently between Rohan and Gondor.<BR><BR>Léod and his wife never questioned Rían’s disappearances from home; they – Léod at least – seemed to have an understanding of sorts with Charon, although it was clear they did not really approve. Not that they knew <i>why</i> Rían was going away. No one knew that. But her foster-cousins and her friends were curious about her mysterious journeys, and they bombarded her with questions. Rían gave nothing away. She remained close-mouthed and tight-lipped about where she had been and why, knowing that in the long run it would most probably cost her her friends, but she could betray Charon’s trust, and a part of her still shrank from what she had become.<BR><BR><BR>Although it was not known to many, Gondor and Rohan, though at constant war with the Southorns and Easterlings, had, in secret, sent many a diplomatic envoys to them over the years, and a line of communication was always open between the two sides. Many of those lines had been opened, and remained open, because of Rían’s brand of ‘persuasion’, and by the ‘persuasions’ of others like her.<BR><BR><BR>As Rían grew older, her ties with her foster-family began to unravel, and more specially, her once great friendship with Léanë disintegrated almost completely. When Rían was fifteen, Léanë’s family experienced the worst sort of difficulty. Within the space on 16 days, Léanë lost both her brothers and her little sister. Rían wanted to be there for Léanë, to help her get through and provide a shoulder to lean on. But she could not. Because of approaching war, Rían and others like her were doing more work than they had ever done before. And Rían was needed elsewhere. The day before she had to leave, she went to say goodbye to Léanë, but she could not tell Léanë where she was going or why, and Léanë, her face a stone mask, simply told Rían she wished her well, and walked away. At the same time, Léod told her that he would no longer have anything to do with what Rían had become. He had guessed, over the years, exactly what it was that Charon had been teaching her. She would have to choose between remaining an assassin, or staying with her adopted family and giving up this deadly game. She could not answer Léod. She begged him for a day to think about it, saying that the next morning she would have an answer.<BR>That night, she met Charon for what was going to be the last time. She was unusually quiet as he was giving her the instructions for her assignment, and he noticed. He asked her what was wrong; mildly concerned that perhaps she was having second thoughts about her task. And suddenly the whole story tumbled out. “What am I to do, Charon?” she asked him when she had finished recounting her tale, her eyes pleading with him for an answer. “I cannot choose... I feel like I am being torn in two. I love my family, but I cannot change what I have become.” Charon sighed, knowing that this day would one day come. He told her gently, “Rían, I cannot choose for you. This is something you must decide on your own. I knew that Léod was not happy with things, but I had not expected him to speak now.” He paused, and then walking up to her, laid an old, gnarled hand on her shoulder. “Rían. I am afraid I shall not be teaching you anymore.” Rían looked up at him, startled. But before she could say anything, Charon continued, “I had meant to tell you this after you came back, but I see now that it cannot be delayed. I have taught you as much as I can about our craft. The rest is up to you. From this day, you must forget we ever met, forget that I exist. From now, for you, I am no longer a person, but a memory.”<BR><BR>Rían was stunned. She was being abandoned. By everyone. Even Charon, whom she had considered a friend, was leaving her. Anger, fear, hurt, the sense of betrayal... all these things welled up within her as she fought for control of her emotions. And suddenly, she made up her mind. She stood up, and looked at Charon steadily. “I thank you, Charon,” she said, her voice icy. “For being so honest me. I thank you also, for what you have taught me. I promise, I shall not let you down. I have been taught too well.” With that, she turned and left, never looking back. She spent the night walking around Dunharrow, watching the preparations of the Riders, as they made ready to travel to Gondor’s aid, and laying out her own plans. Before dawn the next morning, she went to her foster-family’s house, and quickly packed her belongings. She wrote a note, addressing in to her family, explaining that she had to go away. She gave no reasons, simply stating that the time had come for her to make her own life. She thanked them for all that they had done for her, and asked them not to seek her out. She saddled her horse, Mithuial, and as the sun’s first rays shot up in the horizon, she rode away, travelling East, to complete her final assignment, and forever leaving behind her former life.<BR><BR><BR>Will it do?
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Postby Tanhirion » Sat Jun 14, 2003 2:29 pm

of course you can join. If you can write like that in an OOC thread then i can't wait to see you right in the rp. Better be good.<BR><BR> Well, i won't bother you with what and how the story is evolving, but im sure you aren't stupid and have read this thread and the rp.<BR><BR>Write your self in at anytime.<BR><BR>Cya<BR><BR>Tanhirion Alosen (Chris)
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Postby Maltahísiëien_Grishgib » Sat Jun 14, 2003 9:46 pm

Well, I know that I am a creature created by the Salnorians that was failed I was created inorder to destroy all other races.. and what do you know! The Salorians are extint so that means every race must go. However, the Salorians knew that I was quite dangerous and seperated me from my "power" that would make me whole. <BR><BR>I am on my way to the other temple that is east of the moon and west of the sun in order to obtain wholeness again and complete my misson! <BR><BR><b> WORLD DOMINATION!!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAA!!</b><BR><BR>ookay i like being evil too much....<BR><BR>well that seems to be my part...<BR><BR>Perhaps the new elf can be the one who knows Salorian. Or you could just go to the village that I just made into a lunch and find a survivor... or just the body of the human. Which ever suits you. <BR><BR>I hope I'm not being too demanding.... I just like being evil and doing terrible things! <BR><BR>Well, first I'm going to have to ransack all of the nearby Salorian temples and ruins in order to learn the location of the Earth temple. (i'm only calling it that for now... I mean, east of the moon and west of the sun has to be the earth you know..) <BR><BR>Anyone else jump in if they like!<BR>
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Postby Tanhirion » Sat Jun 14, 2003 10:52 pm

We might as well let it run for a but and see what happens, though you will have to leave little things like body parts and trails of blood so that we can track you.<BR><BR>Tan(Chris)
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Postby narnensul » Sun Jun 15, 2003 7:03 am

Good idea.<BR><BR>If it makes it easier, I could change my post and say Anarya knows Salnorian. It would make this go faster and not so much a mystery. She is a seasoned traveller and knows a lot about ancient mysteries and myths. It would suit her character, I don't know what I was thinking when I was writing. She could know fragments of it, so there is still a lot of clue seeking.<BR><BR>The scribe might know, but she's human and they wouldn'thave been anywhere near the Salnorian empire when it thrived, those many years ago. But then again, scribes are scribes.
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Postby Tanhirion » Sun Jun 15, 2003 7:28 am

You could Anarya, if Lady_Galadriel786 (what ever her name is) doesn't want to. Well this seems like it is goin to work out well.<BR>What is Maltahísiëien_Grishgib actual going to do and dont say yhe obvious thing which happens to be world domination. Is there a reason for it or is it just life is a bit dull and needs to be given something interesting.<BR><BR>Well what ever it is, well think about that later<BR><BR>Cya peoples and anyone not covered by that statement...<BR><BR><BR>Tan (Chris)<BR><BR>
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Postby Arwen902 » Sun Jun 15, 2003 8:37 am

<BR>Hi!<img src="http://www.tolkienonline.com/mb/i/expressions/face-icon-small-happy.gif"border=0><BR>Just an idea but, since Dahlia knows what the creature is and she needs you to trust her, she could be the one who tells you what it is. Just a suggestion though and only if no-one else wants to be the one who knows what it is.<BR><BR>Also, I've just posted Dahlia's bio in the character archives, if anyone's interested its at the bottom of <a target="_blank" href="http://www.tolkienonline.com/thewhitecouncil/messageview.cfm?start=240&catid=25&threadid=34533">this</a> page.<img src="http://www.tolkienonline.com/mb/i/expressions/face-icon-small-happy.gif"border=0>
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Postby narnensul » Sun Jun 15, 2003 12:05 pm

Good idea Arwen902. Anarya will only understand fragments of Salnorian, enough so that she can verify what Dahlia is explaining. Allowing people to trust her more.
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Postby Tanhirion » Sun Jun 15, 2003 2:51 pm

Ok, we're getting somewhere, now we have to decide where to go from now. Do we go down into the city of Narel Lumoth or do we go in the opposite way and on to some other place which i have not thought up a name for yet though any suggestions are welcome.<BR><BR><BR>I aint bothered and we can adapt the story to suit.<BR><BR><BR>Tanhirion Alosen (Chris Hayward Browne, god i hate my name)<BR>
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Postby narnensul » Sun Jun 15, 2003 3:50 pm

I say Narel Lumoth. It will give us a feeling for what we're up against. Then again we can go somewhere else, and later be surpised at the destruction of our "fluffy blue teddy bear/pink bunny rabbit"...but I still stand by Narel Lumoth.<BR><BR>And you have a very nice name. Don't hate it.
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Postby Lady_Galadriel786 » Mon Jun 16, 2003 5:49 am

Thanks guys!!<BR><BR>I will be coming up with a post on Wedenseday... soooo rushing right now.. RL is hectic!!!<BR><BR>So I will see you guys on the main thread on Wednesday... btw, I will be one of the good guys, ok? Even if I AM an assassin and thief! <img src="http://www.tolkienonline.com/mb/i/expressions/face-icon-small-happy.gif"border=0><BR><BR><BR>LadyG<BR>AKA Rhiana
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Postby Tanhirion » Mon Jun 16, 2003 2:24 pm

i do hate my name, its too long and voring. Ok we shall go down into Narel Lumoth but wot shud we do there, find out backround info, slepp then go or wot.<BR>Ok LadyG, we'll see you, or at least talk to you on wednesday<BR><BR>Me<BR>
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Postby Maltahísiëien_Grishgib » Tue Jun 17, 2003 9:12 am

well... Once I completely destroyed the village....<BR><BR>Maybe you could find all their bodies! <img src="http://www.tolkienonline.com/mb/i/expressions/face-icon-small-happy.gif"border=0> <BR><BR>I really <i><b>love</b></i> being an evil character! <img src="http://www.tolkienonline.com/mb/i/expressions/face-icon-small-cool.gif"border=0> <BR><BR><BR>I've started going South, to another Salnorian ruin, to look for ways to find the terra/earth/gaia(if you like Final Fantasy) temple.<BR><BR>Tan, will you figure out a name for it... <BR><BR>Sorry that it is so confusing to read my posts, its just that Eraran doesn't have a gender....
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Postby Tanhirion » Tue Jun 17, 2003 2:21 pm

Well some names are Galastoriana(temple of Old) or Ethelinion( Pass of the Old) or something, which i cant quite remember. Im thick like that.<BR>Well once u destroy the village, we can come down, thinkin that there is a village there and find the ruins and then we follow you?<BR><BR>What do u'all think then<BR><BR>Chris(Tanhirion Alosen, Valandurion and Celim-Helmar)<BR>
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Postby narnensul » Tue Jun 17, 2003 3:17 pm

sounds good to me.
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Postby Lady_Galadriel786 » Wed Jun 18, 2003 12:50 pm

SOunds good to me too....<BR><BR>Okay guys I posted, finally.. sorry it's so long, I promise the next ones will be shorter.. but like I made Rian say... let's get to know each other a little before we all chase after the creature.. I mean, only Tan and Anarya seem to really know each other, and Dahlia isn't exactly "in the picture" yet... so can we at least get some names??<BR><BR><BR>About the whole Scribe issue... Rian is only human.. she doesn't know Salnorian.. only Sindarin, Quenya, Dwarfish, Westron and Rohirric.. so sorry, can't help you decipher the runes...<BR><BR><BR>Anyway, I shall be back on Saturday/Sunday.. so see you guys then!<BR><BR>Later days!<BR><BR>Until then,<BR><i>Namárië</i>!<BR>LadyG<BR><BR><BR>~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~<BR>“I can resist everything except temptation.” <img src="http://www.tolkienonline.com/mb/i/expressions/face-icon-small-happy.gif"border=0> <BR><BR>~Dream Weaver of Destinies and Memories<BR><BR>~Master Ring Holder at the <a target="_blank" href="http://www.tolkienonline.com/thewhitecouncil/messageview.cfm?start=0&catid=37&threadid=49731">Rings of the Elements Guild</a> <BR><BR>~True-Blue Bookworm! <img src="http://www.tolkienonline.com/mb/i/expressions/face-icon-small-happy.gif"border=0> (Visit the Bookworms in their <a target="_blank" href="http://www.tolkienonline.com/thewhitecouncil/messageview.cfm?start=0&catid=24&threadid=63971">Lounge, Garden and Gothic Hall</a>)<BR><BR>~Daughter of the Stars, Twilight Sister of the <a target="_blank" href="http://www.tolkienonline.com/thewhitecouncil/messageview.cfm?start=0&catid=37&threadid=52394">Twilight Guild</a><BR><BR>~Master Bard and Proud Member of the <a target="_blank" href="http:// http://www.tolkienonline.com/thewhiteco ... adid=61713">Bard’s Guild</a> <BR><BR>~Silk Ribbon Embroiderer of the <a target="_blank" href="http://www.tolkienonline.com/thewhitecouncil/messageview.cfm?start=0&catid=37&threadid=36615">Weaver’s Guild</a><BR><BR>~Gryffindor Student at <a target="_blank" href="http://www.tolkienonline.com/thewhitecouncil/messageview.cfm?start=0&catid=37&threadid=62422">Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry</a><BR><BR><BR>
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Postby Arwen902 » Wed Jun 18, 2003 1:04 pm

<BR>Hi! Great post Lady_Galadriel.<img src="http://www.tolkienonline.com/mb/i/expressions/face-icon-small-happy.gif"border=0><BR>I posted again to get Dahlia into the picture more. If she is the one who tells you what she knows about this creature, can you give me more info about it please? Just so I know what to write<img src="http://www.tolkienonline.com/mb/i/expressions/face-icon-small-happy.gif"border=0>
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