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PostPosted: Sun Sep 10, 2017 9:16 am 
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@Anyone able to edit the generator: can you please add a couple of my characters? I wonder what they're up to.
Elphimas: they/them, hero
Kalit Mudroha: he/him, villain (weapon of choice: Kalit's Claw/venomous sword)
Ungar Landvik: he/him, villain

Also, I'm going to change the "official" name of my viashino to just Sharaka. Sharaka Tharnak sounds suspiciously similar to Morgezka Shanak :V

Done. I deleted Sharaka's second name in the generator to reflect this, as well.

EDIT: After some further testing, Elphimas's gender-neutral pronoun causes some syntax problems (most prompts that call the pronoun will say "they is.") To fix this, I simply changed Elphimas's "pronoun" to Elphimas.

Thank you!

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After hearing a compelling story, Clade decides to search for a mysterious treasure on New Phyrexia. For the sake of safety, Clade seeks to travel with The Duchess. After a long and eventful adventure, they finally reach a remote island. After hours of searching, they find their treasure! Triumphantly, Clade raises a magic key over his head!

With the Duchess? For safety?

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A terrible occurrence happens when Ungar Landvik is left suffering from delirious hallucinations and in his struggle destroys several planes!

AKA Tuesday.
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Now he asks Ygraine of Segovia to help him by rolling a Myr Battlesphere so that he can restore the planes to what they once were. When she rolls the sphere, she manages to catch a Hydra Advisor, a Metathran, a Horror Merfolk, and even Ilyta! How Exciting! ♥

He then proceeds to use the battlesphere to crush even more planes. Ilyta is not surprised.

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In the Citizen and Fungus tavern on The Infinite Library, in front of a gathering crowd, Alessa Rehn gives an Aubedore reading to Sharaka in the "Crossroads pattern."

For the corners, she draws the Teacher (inverted), the Flag, the Bird (inverted), and the Griffin.

For the spokes, she draws the Manacles, the Soldier (inverted), the Pond, and the Peak.

At the Crossroads, she lays the Servant (inverted) vertically as the destination, under the fate card of the Spider (inverted), which is horizontal.

Sharaka orders a stiff drink.

Manacles and inverted Servant? I am no Aubedore reader, but this sounds bad.

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Gruff attempts to explain how dangerous the Sword that Cuts Eternity is to Ungar Landvik, but he realizes Ungar couldn't care less!

It's not that he doesn't care, exactly...

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Fisco Vane, the Shark gets a new pet, a Goblin Survivor! But Raiker Venn decides to kill the poor thing!

Raiker: "How long will our friend be able to hold on his title, I wonder?"

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The Magician Nasperge is bored, and decides to give an Aubedore reading to a Fungus.

Nasperge draws the Queen, the Baroness (inverted), and the Princess (inverted), and declares his reading confusing.

Should he kiss it?

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Clade parties out on Thorneau. There, he tears down civilization, leaving only a Human alive.

The woman stood stiffly as her eyes scanned the ruins that had been the royal palace. She had dreamed about this once, but she hadn't foreseen the overwhelming nausea that tied her guts in a furious knot. A single tear crossed Aurélie's cheek.

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PostPosted: Tue Sep 19, 2017 10:08 pm 
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In the Running Rat tavern on the conspiracy-ridden plane of Fiora, under duress, Nasperge gives an Aubedore reading to Elphimas in the "Crossroads pattern."

For the corners, he draws the Huntress, the Shapeshifter (inverted), the Wolf, and the Sword (inverted).

For the spokes, he draws the Ghost (inverted), the Poet (inverted), the Bird (inverted), and the Princess (inverted).

At the Crossroads, he lays the Horse (inverted) vertically as the destination, under the fate card of the Smith (inverted), which is horizontal.

Elphimas orders a stiff drink.

Elphimas: "How, may I ask, am I supposed to make a story out of THAT?"

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Kahr-ret-Taris attempts to explain how to pronounce "Morgan of Voor" to Beryl, the Heart-Scarred, but Beryl would rather talk about how dangerous The Eye of Foresight is.

Wow, one of the more subtle ways the Generator has gone after Beryl, I think.

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A baby Wombat is left on Antine's doorstep! Now he will have to figure out what Wombat babies eat fast, lest he end up on the menu!

Poor Antine...

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Cyrryc Adda attempts to explain literature to Raleris, the Lorekeeper.

:wha:

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Yesterday, Maral, Celestial Wright was attacked by The Duchess. Now, Maral suffers from haunting by ghostly phantoms and desperately turns to Aloise Hartley for help.

Aloise: "Well, yes, of course I'll help, but you need to put on some pants. My girlfriend will be here any minute, and I don't want her to get the wrong idea."

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The Multiversal Prom is coming up on the continent Below Land! But Kalit Mudroha doesn't have a date! Now Kalit is desperate to find someone to go with him! Kalit tries to ask out Ellia the Endbringer! That might be a terrible mistake... Things get more complicated when Dantalion crashes the party! It turns out Dantalion is awesome, and it becomes the life of the party!

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PostPosted: Tue Sep 19, 2017 10:35 pm 
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I love that the prom prompt continues to call correctly and throw us sanity damaging results.

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PostPosted: Wed Sep 20, 2017 7:32 am 
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In the Running Rat tavern on the conspiracy-ridden plane of Fiora, under duress, Nasperge gives an Aubedore reading to Elphimas in the "Crossroads pattern."

For the corners, he draws the Huntress, the Shapeshifter (inverted), the Wolf, and the Sword (inverted).

For the spokes, he draws the Ghost (inverted), the Poet (inverted), the Bird (inverted), and the Princess (inverted).

At the Crossroads, he lays the Horse (inverted) vertically as the destination, under the fate card of the Smith (inverted), which is horizontal.

Elphimas orders a stiff drink.

Elphimas: "How, may I ask, am I supposed to make a story out of THAT?"

Now I'm trying to imagine a drunk Elphimas. It's hella weird.

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The Multiversal Prom is coming up on the continent Below Land! But Kalit Mudroha doesn't have a date! Now Kalit is desperate to find someone to go with him! Kalit tries to ask out Ellia the Endbringer! That might be a terrible mistake... Things get more complicated when Dantalion crashes the party! It turns out Dantalion is awesome, and it becomes the life of the party!

:takei:

I'm with Tevish on this one.

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Lia Xin begins traveling with Rishima, Queen of the Black Sands. But they soon come to blows! Who will survive?

Um, well, Lia Xin's got some strong magic and all, but, uh, sorry, Lia...

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Alar has grown suspicious of Eyeless and follows the other 'walker to Siraus and The Wheel. Then things get complicated as she is attacked by Lourima Viiran, Lumina Revelaris, Kala, The Iron Doctor, and a Lizard.

Alar, you've only NOW grown suspicious of Eyeless? Do you not remember that one thing? You know, your origin story?!?

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Raleris, the Lorekeeper finds himself surrounded by a very strange army comprised of Rats, Ooze Constructs, Thalakos Barbarians, and even Hippogriffs.

Hippogriffs are always fun, Thalakos Barbarians seems almost oxymoronical, and rats are just kind of meh. But the real question here is how does one go about constructing an ooze?

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Nasperge does an Aubedore reading for The Duchess in the "Crossroads" pattern.

For the corners, he draws the Student (inverted), the Fish, the Peak (inverted), and the Sword.

For the spokes, he draws the Statue, the Castle, the Ancient One (inverted), and the Throne (inverted).

At the Crossroads, he lays the Endless Maze (inverted) vertically as the destination, under the fate card of the Gravestone, which is horizontal.

The Duchess accuses him of stacking the deck.

Well, now, this is a fascinating little Aubedore reading, now isn't it? Let's see what we can decipher here. Firstly, we see an inverted Student leading into the Statue. On the surface, this seems to be referring to The Duchess herself, as the upper-left corner of the "Crossroads" pattern does, often, refer to the recipient of the reading, and The Duchess's cold, emotionless demeanor could certainly be called statue-like. However, there is another, deeper reading that requires knowledge of the events on Aliavelli, where Moira Trevanei was hand-picked to be the High Sorceress, essentially under The Duchess, and Moira, as Orcish often describes the memory of Moira as making her a "Marble Woman," and so this reading might be hinting at something more dire for The Duchess.

Secondly, we have The Fish leading into The Castle. A fish is a small creature, used for food or perhaps distraction, to which little notice is paid. A castle is a fortress, perhaps impenetrable to direct assault, but castles often have moats. Moats in which a fish might swim, unnoticed. So perhaps The Fish here suggests that some "small," unnoticed force could breach The Duchess's defense.

The Peak, particularly in a reading that is leaning toward elements of power as we might be, would represent the summit of power, but inverted as it is here, perhaps we are seeing a collapse of that power or, if not quite so extreme, another in-road toward undermining that power. The inverted Ancient One could be literal, as of someone young, or perhaps comparative, as of someone quite old, but considerably younger than The Duchess herself. Someone, perhaps, like The Shifter?

The Sword, leading to the inverted Throne, seems to be a clear message: Outright war will bring about a loss of power/authority/control, which is of course the last thing The Duchess wants.

The Endless Maze, inverted or not, seems a dire destination card, and when covered by the Fate card of The Gravestone, all the more. Perhaps the events on Aliavelli are more detrimental to The Duchess than we may have suspected?

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Kalit Mudroha planeswalks to Shandrovol. There, he gets drawn into complex political intrigue by Maral, Celestial Wright.

I could see this happening, actually.

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In the dark of the night, Gale is woken by a Sheep! The Sheep explains that she has been chosen to become the last defender of Valjan and using the magic of a gilded lotus, she can become the hero known as Magical Girl Gale!

Gale: "I thought you were supposed to put people to sleep, not wake them up!"
Sheep: "Baa!"
Gale: "Well, anyway, I'm not magical, so leave me alone."

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An Æther Vent has resurfaced from the depths of history, and now Zhiran planeswalks to Aliavelli in search of it. Can he get to it before Kalit Mudroha?

Ye, gods, I hope so.

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Huinn, Last of the Darkwings arrives on Ikass, in the possession of the artifact known as The Staff of Endless Memory. But Tryst covets The Staff of Endless Memory and attempts to steal it from Huinn

I don't know if the Staff is necessary, but Barinellos, Orcish, or both? This Tryst/Huinn match-up intrigues me, if you guys are looking for ideas...

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Morgezka Shanak has a secret admirer! After receiving several gifts, Morgezka discovers the secret admirer is Syl of the Dual-Walkers! Morgezka tries to let Syl down easy.

If this happened in the past, before Morgezka met Grund, that phrase is metaphorical. If it happened in the present, it's literal, and refers to Morgezka's throat...


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 13, 2017 12:24 am 
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Hippogriffs are always fun, Thalakos Barbarians seems almost oxymoronical, and rats are just kind of meh. But the real question here is how does one go about constructing an ooze?

Knowing Raleris, I just assume cheese is involved.


Well, now, this is a fascinating little Aubedore reading, now isn't it? Let's see what we can decipher here. Firstly, we see an inverted Student leading into the Statue. On the surface, this seems to be referring to The Duchess herself, as the upper-left corner of the "Crossroads" pattern does, often, refer to the recipient of the reading, and The Duchess's cold, emotionless demeanor could certainly be called statue-like. However, there is another, deeper reading that requires knowledge of the events on Aliavelli, where Moira Trevanei was hand-picked to be the High Sorceress, essentially under The Duchess, and Moira, as Orcish often describes the memory of Moira as making her a "Marble Woman," and so this reading might be hinting at something more dire for The Duchess.

Secondly, we have The Fish leading into The Castle. A fish is a small creature, used for food or perhaps distraction, to which little notice is paid. A castle is a fortress, perhaps impenetrable to direct assault, but castles often have moats. Moats in which a fish might swim, unnoticed. So perhaps The Fish here suggests that some "small," unnoticed force could breach The Duchess's defense.

The Peak, particularly in a reading that is leaning toward elements of power as we might be, would represent the summit of power, but inverted as it is here, perhaps we are seeing a collapse of that power or, if not quite so extreme, another in-road toward undermining that power. The inverted Ancient One could be literal, as of someone young, or perhaps comparative, as of someone quite old, but considerably younger than The Duchess herself. Someone, perhaps, like The Shifter?

The Sword, leading to the inverted Throne, seems to be a clear message: Outright war will bring about a loss of power/authority/control, which is of course the last thing The Duchess wants.

The Endless Maze, inverted or not, seems a dire destination card, and when covered by the Fate card of The Gravestone, all the more. Perhaps the events on Aliavelli are more detrimental to The Duchess than we may have suspected?

Hrmm... intriguing, indeed...

If only we knew someone who specialized in "small" magic...

:paranoid:


Gale: "I thought you were supposed to put people to sleep, not wake them up!"
Sheep: "Baa!"
Gale: "Well, anyway, I'm not magical, so leave me alone."

:rimshot:


I don't know if the Staff is necessary, but Barinellos, Orcish, or both? This Tryst/Huinn match-up intrigues me, if you guys are looking for ideas...

*takes notes*

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 14, 2017 9:40 am 
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Well, now, this is a fascinating little Aubedore reading, now isn't it? Let's see what we can decipher here. Firstly, we see an inverted Student leading into the Statue. On the surface, this seems to be referring to The Duchess herself, as the upper-left corner of the "Crossroads" pattern does, often, refer to the recipient of the reading, and The Duchess's cold, emotionless demeanor could certainly be called statue-like. However, there is another, deeper reading that requires knowledge of the events on Aliavelli, where Moira Trevanei was hand-picked to be the High Sorceress, essentially under The Duchess, and Moira, as Orcish often describes the memory of Moira as making her a "Marble Woman," and so this reading might be hinting at something more dire for The Duchess.

Secondly, we have The Fish leading into The Castle. A fish is a small creature, used for food or perhaps distraction, to which little notice is paid. A castle is a fortress, perhaps impenetrable to direct assault, but castles often have moats. Moats in which a fish might swim, unnoticed. So perhaps The Fish here suggests that some "small," unnoticed force could breach The Duchess's defense.

The Peak, particularly in a reading that is leaning toward elements of power as we might be, would represent the summit of power, but inverted as it is here, perhaps we are seeing a collapse of that power or, if not quite so extreme, another in-road toward undermining that power. The inverted Ancient One could be literal, as of someone young, or perhaps comparative, as of someone quite old, but considerably younger than The Duchess herself. Someone, perhaps, like The Shifter?

The Sword, leading to the inverted Throne, seems to be a clear message: Outright war will bring about a loss of power/authority/control, which is of course the last thing The Duchess wants.

The Endless Maze, inverted or not, seems a dire destination card, and when covered by the Fate card of The Gravestone, all the more. Perhaps the events on Aliavelli are more detrimental to The Duchess than we may have suspected?

Hrmm... intriguing, indeed...

If only we knew someone who specialized in "small" magic...

:paranoid:

I see that you have seen through my "clever" wordplay...

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While visiting the turbulent land of Zendikar, Mari Gwynn was attacked by Yeong Eode. Now, Mari suffers from mana color inversion.

So, Mari's -aligned now?

...

Neat.

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It's happy hour at the Rotting Elemental tavern on Grixis, and Vasilias, Lord of Ariva , Narissa Enshar, and a planar native are carousing. Suddenly a planar native arrives in search of heroes to brave the evil lair of Clade. Who will rise to the challenge? And can a planar native be trusted?

Apparently, trying to grow trees on Grixis is considered evil. They really like all that grime and gore. Also, if there were a tavern on Grixis, the "Rotting Elemental" is a pretty good name for it.

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Kimberley Talon attempts to explain poetry to Kahr-ret-Taris, but it goes poorly.

Kimberley: "Take this poem, for instance. This amazing poet named Raiker Venn wrote it for me, and..."
Kahr: "Raiker Venn? Is he an attractive man?"
Kimberley: "Oh, yes, he's gorgeous. But..."
Kahr: "Very well. I shall meet this man."
Kimberley: "But..."

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Due to a slight miscalculation, the Eightfold Lotus was attacked by a Noggle. Now, Jinsen is too weak to ‘walk.

Kimberley: "So, wait a minute, how did you...YOU...lose a duel to a Nog?"
Jinsen: "It was my understanding that we were not to attack until the count of four."
Kimberley: "I take it you've never heard the Tale of Harrish Krell."

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Gale parties out on Dammerdall.

Something tells me Gale would intuit the Rep system better than most 'walkers. I mean, it wouldn't help her there, but she would at least understand it.

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Larasa Farleth begins searching for the Sword that Cuts Eternity.

I could see Larasa and Morgan getting involved in the search for that thing.

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Aliavelli is under attack! Dorn must gather allies such as Syl of the Dual-Walkers and Morgezka Shanak before it's too late, but Dorn is hampered when he interrupts a romantic meeting between Nasperge and Beryl, the Heart-Scarred.

I'm concerned the Generator is running a fever...

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Kalit Mudroha has grown suspicious of Aloise Hartley and follows the other 'walker to Ihn Gallad. But it was all just Kalit's surprise birthday party.

I mean, if anyone gonna throw Kalit a surprise birthday party, Aloise seems to be a prime suspect.

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During a massive battle, Chardis of the Dual-Walkers saves Blink's life. This draws the ire of Lourima Viiran, who had orchestrated Blink's intended demise.

This happens shortly after Lourima gets shampoo in one eye and has to wear a patch for a brief but unfortunately timed few days.


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PostPosted: Sat Nov 18, 2017 9:25 pm 
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I mean, if anyone gonna throw Kalit a surprise birthday party, Aloise seems to be a prime suspect.


If anyone's going to throw anyone a surprise birthday party, Aloise seems to be a prime suspect. I'm sure she tried to throw Beryl surprise birthday parties long after they stopped being a surprise.


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