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Anime Talk / Re: Legend of Galactic Heroes
« on: June 02, 2018, 11:30:05 PM »
Ahhh, I watched the first 5 episodes of this anime but couldn't find others dubbed in English. It was definitely something that stands out from the mainstream. Wish I could continue watching it though, which site/service did you use?

Manga Writer workshop / Re: Describe an every day object
« on: May 03, 2018, 06:16:33 AM »
Just warming you guys up...  :sure:

MR Pub / Re: You raff you ruse. (warning: may contain ecchi)
« on: May 02, 2018, 10:21:37 PM »

Manga Writer workshop / Re: Describe an every day object
« on: May 02, 2018, 10:20:04 PM »
A simple carbohydrate known for its many applications; from professional culinary pursuits to the gruelling grind of siege craft. It can be as small as sand, snow or seeds yet also be one of their colours. They are a craze for some and a bore to others. It rhymes with price yet its value is low, thrice in that it's a common meal, spice because the two go well together, and nice since who doesn't like the small versatile grain known as...


Manga Writer workshop / Re: Write A Story in 6 Words
« on: May 02, 2018, 10:12:53 PM »
"I dreamt that I was old."

« on: April 05, 2018, 08:48:27 AM »
Happy birthday  :ninja: Another year of good quality content

Video / PC Games / Re: What video games are you playing at the moment?
« on: March 28, 2018, 10:35:06 AM »
Been playing a lot of jackbox recently on steam  :ninja: It's handy that all you need is one copy and other players just need a phone to play

Some logs to keep our writing fire warm...

Log 10:
Seventeen Stars: A political guide for immigrants in Asturia

“...aside from it’s young colonies and offshore naval bases, Asturia is made up of 17 states split into distinct social-geographical areas which inhabit the main continent. Several of the key areas include;The Strip on the southern coast, Heartlands on the east coast, Manifest in the centre near the Great Woods, and Highlands up north.

Each state has a separate council being headed by a General or Lord-Governor depending on the succession laws being used. The main role of the Governor is to regulate a small professional military core with a larger militia to defend the rights of its citizens, dispense justice in accordance with the law, and deal with threats as they emerge.

Above all this is the parliament which consists of the 17 governors who elect their national representative; the Stateholder. The Stateholder is mostly a chairman, they have the power to present discussions and debates but is ultimately limited by the support of the Governors (which also translates to their financial aid). This does allow the Stateholder to decide the topic of bills which can be passed in parliament, but ignoring the whims of the most powerful governors can easily lead to a new election. The parliament is also the HQ for the Asturian military. Parliament has its own politically neutral territory; the entire island of Harrington.”

Log 11:
Lawyer Desmond vs. The Old Laws: Article 2

“It’s an outdated and preposterous notion that the growing of wheat is reserved only for the estates of the Lords. Not only do they have a monopoly on the supply and prices of it, but such a common grain should really be available to all Asturians to grow. However, as I have presented with my legal evidence, it is clear that this law restricts wheat to a status symbol whilst lower farmers must grow the less popular oats, rice, rye, barely and etc.”

Lawyer Johan Desmond

Log 12:
The Battle of Paytonpen:
21, September, 551 S.F

Among the first engagements between Asturian and Imperial Forces, the battle of Paytonpen was a resounding victory for the Asturian Rebellion.

After the first shots of the Asturian Rebellion were fired in June of 551 S.F the Emperor of the Trastabarcids made it very clear that he wanted this little colonial tantrum dealt with quickly and with as little blood shed as possible. He placed the local sector commander Hannibal Ferrus in charge of the operation. General Ferrus, was an old commander who had seen much action in the frontlines of the war against the Commonwealth, as well as the brutal skirmishes between colonists who were loyal to the Trastabarcids and the Commonwealth on Asutrias. But he had not commanded a frontline operation in two decades. With only 5,000 men under his command Ferrus had to act fast and crush the Asturian Army in a decisive battle before support for the rebellion could snowball out of control. His plan entailed heavy use of air cavalry tactics to surround and destroy the Asturian Rebels. It would take time to train most of his units for the planned offensive, but with the help of the skilled troopers of the sixty third Air Cavalry regiment he was able to have the vast majority of his forces ready by august. A month later, the operation went forward in earnest. Following intelligence that the Asturian army was encamped at the small town of Paytonpen General Ferrus launched a massive surrounding action with more than 150 transport aircraft each carrying between 15 and 50 Imperial troopers. To the surprise of the Imperials they received no resistance upon landing. Within minutes after the transports left the zone however, the packed LZ’s were lit up by fire on all sides and began receiving highly accurate artillery fire. Among those killed in the opening bombardment, was General Ferrus and most of his command staff. The panicked Imperial forces clogged up their radio channels and  called in air support and medivacs en masse, and as the sky was quickly clogged up with aircraft. It was then that the true massacre began as anti aircraft missiles shot into the sky blowing medivac helicopters filled to overcapacity with wounded Imperial troops to pieces. As other helicopters attempted to take evasive maneuvers it caused accidental collisions causing more aircraft to fall out of the sky down on top of their friendly forces. The ‘battle’ was over in an hour. The few survivors who escaped the slaughter told horror stories of an experience akin to a journey into hell. To quote one account, “We never saw any of the Rebel troops. We only ever saw the muzzle flashes and targeting lasers of their loneswords. It was like we were shooting at ghosts and shadows.” The battle of Paytonpen has been hailed as a stroke of military genius by the commanding officer of the rebel side of the operation one Brigadier General Jamie Howe. However the general has on multiple occasions called it ‘a near perfect operation smeared by the actions of a few overzealous war criminals’, speaking on the subject of rebel anti aircraft launcher operators who fired upon imperial medivacs. These comments have for the most part been drowned out on the rebel side in favour of a tale of a heroic victory against overwhelming odds. However such comments have never been forgotten by Imperial forces who respect General Howe and his family as honourable adversaries.

MR Pub / Re: Chit Chat 2018
« on: February 20, 2018, 03:33:51 PM »
Hey everybody. Just wanted to spring up to give our Writing Marathon some love. If you've got a spare half hour or more please feel free to take part in this week's writing activity which is on Stream of Consciousness.  :thumbsup:

And if that seems like fun then please feel free to join up in the marathon, or maybe give one of the participants stories a review, long or short.

Aside from that, I hope you're all having a good day.  :clapping:


If we're talking writing activities, here's my poker hand  :thumbsup:

Manga Writer workshop / Re: Write A Story in 6 Words
« on: February 19, 2018, 09:10:18 PM »
Never watched marvel movies. Social isolation.

Come on folks, lets spice up this forum with some extra stories for the marathon  :ninja:

MR Pub / Re: Chit Chat 2018
« on: February 13, 2018, 02:05:20 PM »
You would be an interesting Head-In-A-Jar  :hmm:

MR Pub / Re: Steal The Orb Time Travel Game
« on: February 13, 2018, 02:02:33 PM »
"Cough Cough"

*Guard/rebel/militant/clone-trooper/whatever perks up at the random coughing. He leans over the watch-tower balcony*

"What the-!"

*Greeno grabs Guard by the collar. Pulls him off and drops him to his doom*

*Wilhelm scream* https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9FHw2aItRlw

*Climbs up on balcony*

"There's nothing that gets me higher than killing people!"

*Takes a long drag on cigar. Chuckles heartly. Unpacks a .99 Berrata Rattata Sniper Rifle. Aims down the sights*

"And high is what I shall be throughout the night!" *Spots movement near the orb* "Gotta wait for my cigar to finish tho... I'll wait it out."

*waits patiently*


MR Pub / Re: You raff you ruse. (warning: may contain ecchi)
« on: February 13, 2018, 11:36:53 AM »

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