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Messages - Coryn

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Members Workshops / Re: Inktober 2018
« on: Today at 01:59:03 AM »
What are you even going to do after all the hands are done Lego?

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I got it for yah. As future reference: just shoot a mod a message and ask for a removal.

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Welcome Center / Re: Hi everyone
« on: October 19, 2018, 09:59:37 AM »
Welcome to mangaraiders! We get plenty of people just like you, so don't feel nervous! We're all in the same place!

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Manga Art Gallery / Re: YoUr EyEs Gallery work~
« on: October 17, 2018, 05:06:45 PM »
Cool stuff! Glad to hear things are going well!

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Manga Art Gallery / Re: Dragon of Acadia concept art
« on: October 17, 2018, 07:48:20 AM »
Great color work!

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Music / Re: The Manimal's Music
« on: October 15, 2018, 03:09:58 PM »
*war flashbacks*

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Manga Art Gallery / Re: Walter's Gallery
« on: October 14, 2018, 04:49:44 PM »
Although if they weren't using Russian typewriters, that's probably even more impressive

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Members Workshops / Re: The Day Of 1,000 Styles
« on: October 13, 2018, 11:44:47 AM »
(Sorry Fro, couldn't help skipping in line a little. Hopefully I'm not stepping on your toes too badly.)

Alright, time to die like men and write whole chaptrs in the post window.


Style 54

Coryn's head hurt, like, a lot.

Like at lot, a lot.

He was having trouble remembering why. It had been hurting for a while now, and the reason was just on the tip of his tongue. Trouble? Yeah he was in trouble alright. That wasn't quite right though. Temperament? Talking? Torment? Tooorrrrment. Tormmmeeeennnt. Tor...Tor?... torture?

Oh right, that was it.

It was all the torture.

He was strapped to a chair in his own office. Well, that was only partly true. It was the Science Division, but someone had replaced all of the blue lighting with red. No alarms were going off at his many screened workstation, nor could he hear any audible sirens. It was really a generic change, and he figured Coryn would know his reasoning behind making everything red, but Coryn wasn't in a great position to ask. Coryn looked up at Coryn, who was about to bash him in the face with another punch.

This is getting confusing, and not in the fun way.

Coryn (the non-evil one) had appeared in the Science Division, and in short order was taken by surprise by Coryn (an apparently evil one). That had led to this moment, in which Coryn was doing his best to give Coryn the mother of all concussions.

"Where did you come from?!"

Evil Coryn was wearing a black lab coat with a 4Kids logo (from here on refered to a 'Nyroc' for convenience, by order of the Narrator). Nyroc also had a shortly trimmed beard, and several facial scars, which would also hopefully head off any "He's the clone!" scenarios. Now, Coryn had encountered versions of himself in alternate universes before, but Nyroc was by far the least pleasant. While  he seemed to share Coryn's skills, he obviously didn't share the same experiences. If he did, he would have been smart enough to disable Coryn's bones.

That's the beauty of keeping your weapons in your bones.

As the next punch came in, a blue shield formed in front of Coryn's face, and Nyroc's fist was a repelled with an electric shock. Nyroc jumped backwards, and Coryn freed himself with a full orb shield that blasted the ropes binding him out in all directions.

"Alright Nyroc, the time for me to ask...the questions?" That concussion was coming on strong.

Nyroc's face contorted in confusion. "What did you call me?"

Coryn pointed at Nyroc accusingly. "I'm asking the questions here!"

"I..."

"When did 4Kids take over MR?! Why are you working for them?! How long have you been evii?! Do you know anything about 'The End'?!" That last one was a personal question, even if Coryn did slur most of it.

Nyroc was advancing though. He had obviously picked up on Coryn's lack of 'not-being concussed'. "I don't know who the hell you are, but I've always worked for 4Kids, I am on on the path of justice, not evil, and I am not going to to tell you a damn thing about 'The End'!" And that was when Nyroc's arm unfolded in a flurry of metal and gears, transformed into into a giant piston, and slammed Coryn right in the solar plexus. It seemed that Nyroc had taken becoming a cyborg far past Coryn, and all the way to its logical conclusion.

Coryn threw up a full bubble around himself just in time to keep from having his chest collapsed. As a result though, he was sent flying like a pinball through the wall of the office, and from there through several floors of the science division. Before Nyroc could close the void he had created though, Coryn turned towards the roof, and launched himself at full speed. Floor after floor gave way before him, and soon Coryn errupted through the pavement above.

Before Coryn could slow himself down, he had already ascended far above the city. He glanced around, and took in the sights. It was undoubtedly MR, although he doubted that they called it by that name. But the architecture was subtly different. It was harsher, more utilitarian. Coryn didn't have all the information he needed yet, but he knew where to start. Before that though, he had to lose Nyroc.

Coryn cut all power, and let himself tumble back to earth. He was high enough that the winds would let him drift away from the entrance he had made to the Science Division. Coryn pointed himself towards the edge of the city, and then just a little beyond that. In his world, the outside of MR was a desert created by 4Kids. So if in this universe, 4Kids controlled the city, then who knew what he would find outside of it.


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Manga Creations / Re: Life At Sea: Fortune's Chance
« on: October 12, 2018, 12:57:48 PM »
Haha! Well I'm glad you're happy Lego!

I first tried that naming trick with my MR origin story, but I agree it went really well here. The things that just come along naturally like that are some of the best.

I'm happy the side characters are coming across well. But I'm afraid you're quite mistaken about the number of wishes Lego. A 'talent' isn't the name of a coin, it's a measurement of mass. In this case, an ancient Greek (or 'Attic') talent is equal to 26kg. In other words, it's a treasure worth approximately 510,015,350 US dollars.

We're looking at a lot more than 500 wishes my friend.

All in due time on the Artemis thing.

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FanFics / Re: Bleach MR: Memories Unto The Dawn
« on: October 12, 2018, 12:38:14 PM »
Thanks for reading Lego!

I got their names by taking first/names from East Asian and eastern European names. I forget if the first or last names were from Europe or not (think the last names were European), and I just made sure that they had an 'arrancar like ring' to them. If you look at the actual arrancar, Kubo used a pretty similar method. You just need a solid database of names to draw on.

You'll have to let me know if I keep up the illusion as I reveal the new espada. You'll note how I kept their numbers low for my own sake.  :sadbye:

Given that we know Coryn fights purely with kids, I'll say him (not playing favorites. It's just we know he doesn't use his sword. Gotta fill that gap somehow)

The concept behind the daggers was that they A) Summon a garganta, and B) Compell some sort of menos style hollow to pull whoever was swallowed into Hueco Mundo. Playing a bit fast and loose with the lore there, but i pulled the inspiration from when Aizen escapes at the end of the rescue Arc. I should also say, that whatever spell that makes the daggers work is activated by the blood of someone with high spiritual pressure.

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Manga Creations / Re: Quest!: A MangaRaiders Story
« on: October 12, 2018, 12:16:52 PM »
Thanks Lego!

Well, Coryn's shields do what Coryn's shields need to do. They have malleable properties, so you can activate a jamming effect if need be.

We've definitely done more for less alright.

Daiyu is from where Daiyu's from. No spoilers, but I'm trying to give a wider breadth of the Net for this. After all, most people on the internet probably have never ever heard of 4Kids (in real life). Canon reflects reality after all, so it only makes sense to delve into some of the other things. We can't stay locked in our own personal world all the time.

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Manga Art Gallery / Re: Kesashi's Gallery
« on: October 12, 2018, 07:44:51 AM »
That is certainly a true statement you've made there.

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MR Pub / Re: Chit Chat 2018
« on: October 08, 2018, 09:26:29 PM »
I'm glad to hear from you Robin. Sorry to hear about your cat and the apartment situation, but it sounds at least like things might be looking up! Strange set up with that locked door and everything though. I've never heard of anything like that.

Art professors can be dumb like that. I had a good one once who always defended the anime style because 'it's just fun to look at'. Need more like him.

Good luck! Keep fighting!

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MR Pub / Re: Chit Chat 2018
« on: October 08, 2018, 02:06:01 PM »
So, we've been through how Canada doesn't know how to to space their holidays, so I won't retread that road.

My question, since your Thanksgiving is in October, is do you ever just have spooky Thanksgiving? Because with America's it's like the kick-off for Christmas right? We've had like, 20 days to let our spookiness trail off. So Thanksgiving is always this warm fuzzy gateway to Christmas/Hanukkah/whatever. But I can't see having a warm and fuzzy Thanksgiving, only to delve right back in to spookiness.

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General Manga writer discussions / Re: NaNoWriMo 2018
« on: October 08, 2018, 07:43:02 AM »
I would love to participate, but Lord knows my schedule can't handle it anymore (not to mention my current stable of stories)

I think I will at least try to get a single short story done. Maybe knock one out in a single marathon sprint. I have a few ideas of one day stories I could probably accomplish with a free Saturday.

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