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 1 
 on: May 31, 2017, 09:02:40 AM 
Started by Lysmith, Son of Loki - Last post by Lysmith, Son of Loki
Everyone brought their strongest game to the finale, and it really showed.
Congrats to all the winners!

PC: Nicky as Gunter - This soft-spoken mutant has touched all our hearts in the time since he arrived. Nicky's RP has always been spot-on in ways that made Gunter seem somehow more real than most, and his end was no less endearing. "Sanctum, fight on!" will forever bring tears to many eyes.
 

NPC: All of our full-time NPC volunteers - We cannot express enough gratitude to all of you for showing up and absolutely giving your all. Your contributions helped make the finale what it was, and allowed us to permit players to enjoy it to its fullest, rather than missing major parts for their usual NPC shifts. Thank you again and again.

Costume: Joe/Lucian - His spring adornments were legitimately beautiful. Many marshals were honestly impressed at how fantastic he looked all primped up for mating season.

Community: Matt B. and Anna K. - Matt not only took a shift when he really didn't have to, but also did so at an absolutely clutch time when the folks in logistics could have really used his help. By all accounts, he really came through on that shift, and made things a lot smoother for the people running it.
Anna spent 3+ hours on Friday night up in the woods with Wilderness clearling brush and trip hazards, setting up string/torches/lights/fires, well after everyone else had gone to get in character.  
Thank you both for going above and beyond to help make sure the event went smoothly.

New Player: Aaron - He keeps slowly adding to his costume, does such a wonderful job as his character, and jumps right into everything.
It's a level of involvement we always appreciate from new PCs.  

 2 
 on: May 11, 2017, 12:23:42 PM 
Started by Kate Beaman-Martinez - Last post by BetrysFlynn
I respect Mari. If she thinks Xenia is worth saving, then I think it's worth looking into. However, time is short and in the end we all must pull together to keep Mag Mel safe.

One thing to consider too - If Xenia was willing to sacrifice as much as she already has in order to save Mag Mel, and, in her current state, she is a threat to Mag Mel, would she prefer that she be ended in order to ensure the continued existence of Mag Mel?

~Betrys

 3 
 on: May 09, 2017, 06:03:47 AM 
Started by Kate Beaman-Martinez - Last post by Patton Steele
Simply put, Xenia is a Star Killer as well as whatever else Xenia is. A Starkiller is a thing created for a purpose. It is an entropically enhanced mobile weapons platform created from the perversion of a waste product that results from the operation and function of Exile ships. Exile ships are primarily run via creation energy. This means that Starkillers are a perversion of creation. Simply put, their existence is a threat to creation. All of it.

I do not begrudge anyone who wishes to save sapient life. This is also my goal. Whatever gesture one hopes to achieve in returning Xenia to controlling herself is that, a gesture. The fact remains that we cannot allow a Starkiller to exist without the protections, technology, and stewardship afforded to Mag Mel.

The Starkiller Must Be Destroyed. If Xenia is a Starkiller, Xenia must be destroyed.

I think the best possible outcome is for Xenia to choose to end her own existence so that life may continue in the universe. I hope it can be her choice.

Patton

 4 
 on: May 07, 2017, 02:55:36 PM 
Started by Kate Beaman-Martinez - Last post by Doombringer
MOONPIE GOOD ONION. STILL THINK THERE'S TIME TO DISCUSS AN OPTION OR TWO, EVEN IF THE MAIN FOCUS IS SOMEWHERE ELSE.


DR JACKASS I CHALLENGE YOU TO HONORABLE COMBAT ONE ON ONE. IT'S THE ONLY WAY TO GET YOU TO SHUT UP SINCE YOU CAN'T GET THE SIMPLE HINT THAT EVEN THE CRAZY GUY DOESN'T WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU. YOU DON'T HAVE LOGIC, YOU DON'T UNDERSTAND EMOTIONS, YOU BARELY HAVE SENTIENCE.

YOU JUST WANTED TO HEAR YOURSELF TALK ON THE "RIGHT" SIDE OF THINGS.

NATHAIR!

I believe you should have respected both of our opinions. Also, your sheer opinion is infuriating, not just now but at all times and the way you speak down to my other half has rubbed us the wrong way. The challenge to honor combat must be answered in the affirmative or negative. We await your answer.

AFTER I'M ABLE TO GET LIKE ONE WHOLE NAP AND A SALAD IN.

He's got the idea.

We will no longer monitor this channel as our presence causes enough issues. We will be exploring and admiring the new view and shall return when it is time to gather again.

One of us will be thinking of ways to possibly save someone, something we failed at long ago.

ONE OF US WILL PREPARE FOR WAR. SINCE THAT'S APPARENTLY THE PLAN.

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 5 
 on: May 07, 2017, 01:33:10 PM 
Started by Kate Beaman-Martinez - Last post by Wilderness
It's chance was a year ago. Our chance was any time since, right up until Tempest exploded and we voted to take action.
Now, the time for intention is past. Now is the time for action. Muddling our actions by being unclear of intent only serves to increase our chances of failure.
We must move forward of one mind, we must all act with one purpose. Or we may all yet be lost.

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 6 
 on: May 06, 2017, 12:27:37 PM 
Started by Kate Beaman-Martinez - Last post by Dr. Jack Rhys
Nathair, your point is valid and understandable and I respect you speaking up. But this comes back to needs of many vs needs of few, this is a dangerous game we are playing here and if we fail its not just us who pays for it. Little Jimmy from the Alpaca clan, or Young Kimberly from Brown sect or any other random person will be the ones who suffer and they didn't even have a choice in the matter. This isn't about assuming Xenia doesn't deserve salvation, it's about what can we reasonably do that will save as many lives as possible. The egg/seed is our best/only feasible option we have available, if some other option presents itself that, again, can guarantee the safety of the system at large then I will seriously consider it. Almost every agent we have encountered has been a person before hand, but the problem we face is A) How far gone are they? B ) If they are not too far gone then what is the possibility of them falling into the same corruption? C) If we fail, what are the possible consequences of these decisions? I know this is weird coming from me, but this is how I live my life, I logically make a choice and I go with it. Every time I went with an decision that I let my emotions dictate it has always lead to bigger problems that more people than myself had to pay for. These are not personal attacks on you guys when I bring up emotions, but I have seen tons of terrible decisions made because people, myself included in the past, who let their emotions get the better of them.

 7 
 on: May 06, 2017, 12:16:19 PM 
Started by Kate Beaman-Martinez - Last post by dige
We bemoan the horrors that we make, not because of what they are, but because of the idea that we have a bloodied hand of creation.  To rearticulate Mr. Atombomb, blight is a manufactured substance of technology such as the life raft who's bosom we ignorantly cling to as parasites; Blight is the air exhaled from Mother's breast.

How long has our infestation been pound away at buttons and switches we know not of?  We have stupidly been the cause of so much of our own problems, and then had the lack of decency to accept fault.  Our hands are spattered in some of the blood of Tempest's beautiful destruction and evolution.  Blight does not occur, as you would say, "naturally."  As this is true, where did the blight that composes the Tempest Starkiller originate?  What technology is nearby that continuously manufactures by-product blight?

Revel in the profound horror that you have assisted in the creation of your own abominable golem.  Damn you for your handiwork and your unwillingness to love it as a mother loves her child.  We are mother, now.

But the creature we have borne into painful existence is not eternal.  Nothing is enternal, save for the Holy Void.  Our child is a tool; a tool that agonizes until it's purpose is exploited.  Let our child battle, then give it a sublime death as it returns to the comfort of infinite nothing.

 8 
 on: May 06, 2017, 06:41:33 AM 
Started by Kate Beaman-Martinez - Last post by Doombringer
HEY BRO. YOU ALSO HAVE GOOD WORDS. YOUR ONION IS ALSO RESPECTED.

NATHAIR DO THE WORD THING.

I think Mari just wants a chance to try and save Xenia. And giving her that chance is just as important as giving Xenia that chance of salvation.

We aren't so emotional that we are blinded. If there exists no other way, then destruction is clearly the only route.

WE WOULD FUCKING KNOW.

But if there exists an avenue where reason could win or somehow a sapient being could be given a choice, let them have it.

BECAUSE AT ONE POINT THEY WERE A PEOPLE TOO.

GOING TO GO BACK TO TRYING TO WRITE MY NEW ALBUM. I GOT 5 WHOLE WORDS IN.

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 9 
 on: May 05, 2017, 05:20:15 PM 
Started by Kate Beaman-Martinez - Last post by Matt B
So here comes some harsh reality bros. 

If this ship was functional and in space the second starkiller would have just been small junks of blight littered throughout space.  Blight is waste product of exile ships. As part of the sheenanigens from the NTA they helped trigger the ship systems to allow separation of blighted island and non blighted island.  This activated a brogramming call the "avatar protocol".  It is my understanding that what we perceive as consciousness may not be the right way of thinking. 

Next concept is hard to explain, so bare with me bros.  naming one ship seems unfair because we knew about it because of the avatar protocol.  Who is to say the tempest killer doesn't have a story also.  So we gotta look at it from the facts.  Drop feel good emotions from the situation.  We gotta deal with 2 starkillers.  If M'kai deathf**k's seed is clutch to disabling one of the starkillers enough for us to destroy it, we should use it.  If we can turn starkiller versus starkiller so one is easier to kill even better.  Moonpie made a good point a few hours ago about dangerous animal in the woods you take your shot.  If an animal is rabid you don't name it or care how it became rabid you put it down. 

I will help with whatever the consensus is, but let's do what we voted on fight them and save the system.

Apex Atom B. 
BRO of sanctum ( till tabitha fires me)

 10 
 on: May 05, 2017, 10:26:11 AM 
Started by Kate Beaman-Martinez - Last post by Doombringer
PATTON THANK YOU FOR YOUR WORDS I RESPECT YOUR ONION VERY MUCH.
POM YOU TOO.
DIGE YOU'RE WEIRD BUT THAT'S KIND OF PAR FOR THE COURSE AROUND HERE. GOOD POETRY JAM.
COMMANDER, UH. YEAH. SURE.

NATHAIR TELL THEM WHAT WE THINK


Mari has OUR complete backing. Because this Xenia is a sapient being, no matter how blighted it may be, deserves a chance to break free from it's bonds. Giving Xenia a chance to help us and possibly working on some outside of the box solutions is definitely a cause everyone should throw in for. Giving a sapient being a chance is the very reason you defended the lock in the first place. Because every being in the universe deserves a chance.

And now, back to RED


NO. WE HAVE SAID ENOUGH AND I'M JUST GOING TO BREAK THIS DAMNED HOLO TANK.

CAN'T EVEN GET A GOOD HOUR NAP IN.

MAYBE I'LL GO FOR A WALK AND STARE AT SOME STARS AND WRITE SOME MORE SONGS.

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