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  1. The queen turned her gaze to her council. "Does anyone have a suggestion to make?" One advisor, and, secretly, a Dark Mage, stepped forward. "Milady," began the mage, named Evylen. "I wonder... what if this bandit horde is not just a horde? What if they are acting upon the orders of another?" The queen was silent. Then she said, "What do you mean, Evylen?" "In the past, my queen... Ahriman plagued the lands of this fair kingdom. Mordred Darkthrop. Hepititus. Perhaps this is the work of another dark demon?" "That is a serious possibility you bring up, Evylen." the queen said quietly. "Have you nothing to support it?" Evylen said softly, "I do." The room was in an instant uproar. Some shouted that this was impossible, such dark days were long gone. Others muttered quietly of some of the signs- no moon for seven days,stars not appearing where they should... The queen swept a cold gaze upon the room and all was instantly silent. "What do you mean, Evylen?" she asked quietly. "I cannot tell you, my queen," Evylen replied. "You cannot tell me?" the queen repeated."Why not?" Evylen just shook her head quietly. The queen grew angry. "I order you tell me!" "I wish I could," Evylen said, "But it could bring danger to us all." She held the queen's angry gaze for a moment before drawing her cloak close to her and sweeping out of the room. A long moment of silence left in her wake, as the councilmembers and the queen stared at the door in silence, until a gust of wind shut it with a slam.
  2. The queen turned her gaze to her council. "Does anyone have a suggestion to make?" One advisor, and, secretly, a Dark Mage, stepped forward. "Milady," began the mage, named Evylen. "I wonder... what if this bandit horde is not just a horde? What if they are acting upon the orders of another?" The queen was silent. Then she said, "What do you mean, Evylen?" "In the past, my queen... Ahriman plagued the lands of this fair kingdom. Mordred Darkthrop. Hepititus. Perhaps this is the work of another dark demon?" "That is a serious possibility you bring up, Evylen." the queen said quietly. "Have you nothing to support it?" Evylen said softly, "I do." The room was in an instant uproar. Some shouted that this was impossible, such dark days were long gone. Others muttered quietly of some of the signs- no moon for seven days,stars not appearing where they should... The queen swept a cold gaze upon the room and all was instantly silent. "What do you mean, Evylen?" she asked quietly. "I cannot tell you, my queen," Evylen replied. "You cannot tell me?" the queen repeated."Why not?" Evylen just shook her head quietly. The queen grew angry. "I order you tell me!" "I wish I could," Evylen said, "But it could bring danger to us all." She held the queen's angry gaze for a moment before drawing her cloak close to her and sweeping out of the room. A long moment of silence left in her wake, as the councilmembers and the queen stared at the door in silence, until a gust of wind shut it with a slam.
  3. It's not exactly what I would call wonderful. But you know what's really annoying? When someone is ADMIRING something, and they use a bad word. For example, What the ****! That's a really nice sprite! At first, I thought people who did this were being sarcastic or something. I know better now. I mean, come on, people, if you like something, let them know it in a positive way. Say, "Wow, great job! I love it!" at least, or, even better, "Wow, great job! I love it! I especially like the color scheme and the weapon. However, you could improve the hairstyle." Etc. Trust me, the maker will appreciate it a LOT more. As for children, this goes x2000, but even amongst adults, it still counts. All adults were once kids, you know.
  4. This doesn't look like the kind of game with multiple endings. It was great. Personally, it'd be right up their with my favorites, because I'm that weird. Oh, by the way, I thought up a whole fantasy-based story that explains Leah. Since I figure no one is interested, I won't post it here.
  5. At the iDream- I tried randomly pressing EVERYWHERE and I never got anything.
  6. Well, I got ideas from Aveyond, and how to make a good map. And VX is pretty similar to XP.
  7. I'd love to do it. It would give me good experience with RMXP even though I wouldn't actually see the unencrypted game. However, this would be my first time betatesting, so perhaps you would like someone a bit more experienced.
  8. Well, they don't seem to be dead, Nicole thinks. She slings her backpack over her shoulder and begins climbing down. Corny music is playing. Annoying, but in a strange and weird way, fitting. After all, what wasn't strange and weird about this whole thing?
  9. Made my avatar on FaceMaker (as if you couldn't guess) and just made up my signature on a car ride.
  10. I'm from Algeria. Algeria is "across the street" from Spain and France, in other terms, across the Mediterreanean Sea. My aunt lives in the Sahara desert, my grandmother closer to the mountains. It contains many types of landscapes: mountains, sea, caves, desert... It is very similar to Egypt, Libya, Morocco, Tunisia, and such since they live so close together. Despite the fact it is in Africa, it is considered part of the Arab world.
  11. Nicole stares at Ryo. "I'd recommend trying that on a short distance." she suggested. "Have someone drop you into the car-or something like that." It would definitely be interesting, but Nicole prefered not witnessing a suicide tonight.
  12. Scary. You guys are honestly going to try to climb down that? Although, honestly, I envisioned something a little bigger... my sadistic author voice telling me to torture my characters is probably the reason.
  13. Nicole watched Emilee and Anne'lynn begin climbing slowly down. She'd watch how they came down before trying herself, so she could learn from their trial and error. Thinking over this, she realized how sadistic she sounded. Oh well. It was the truth. Anyway, at any time the car might start up again and run right over them. Run right over them? She considered warning them, but they were pretty far and she wasn't about to scream. Anyway, she was sure they had considered that possibility. She hoped. (You know, scientifically, I'm pretty sure the above can't happen. The rollercoaster sticks to the tracks using centrifugal force (I think, don't remember), so wouldn't it fall if it stopped? Also, roller coasters work because of momentum and gravity, so there's a pretty high chance it would keep on going. But then again, these are the random musing of a random person, so don't take them too seriously.)
  14. I played this game before, but I don't recall it looking like this. Did you remake it?
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