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General Discussion / Re: What custom item based upon a PC you know?
« on: September 05, 2007, 07:12:20 pm »
The Bottomless Bottle of Ale - Based on Sally Tempest

General Discussion / Re: Artwork of Plenarius
« on: September 05, 2007, 06:29:41 pm »
Ohhh very very nice! I remember you mentioned it some months ago, nice to see it in the flesh!

Introduce Yourself / Re: Arr maties..
« on: September 05, 2007, 06:26:37 pm »
:P I'm making a new char rather :P

Introduce Yourself / Re: Arr maties..
« on: September 02, 2007, 07:42:38 am »
Well... after my announced leaving I guess it's time to come back (:
 After 4 months of hard labor (Yeah right) I managed to settle down in rainy old England with my girlfriend and soon enough I'll have time for Layo again! hooray!

General Discussion / Re: Message To the Layo Community
« on: September 02, 2007, 07:36:17 am »
Aww blast, just when I start thinking of coming back you leave :(
 take care!

General Discussion / Re: Eight-Bits easy guide to quitting smoking.
« on: September 01, 2007, 07:14:19 am »
Grats on not smoking anymore, quite an impressive feat.

Layonara Server / Re: Nepp/Hawklen has been banned
« on: June 28, 2007, 01:33:20 pm »
Quote from: Interia_Discordius
He brought spice to the world, something different from the normal. Maybe he was over the top, but I've never seen chaos in such a true form as the character Hawklen.

Where will the fun be now?

My stance...I wish something could be done to bring him back, but the decision is made, and even if I don't agree with it, I'll sit here and bear it and do what I can.

I highly doubt it's debatable anyways.

Now all you need is Tia Dalma, a ship, a crew and Captain Barbossa!

Quote from: MJZ
Hey now, it's not so thankless! All the many dozens of posts and discussions and IRC chats, and, needless to say, players online at all hours of the day are all silent thanks in themselves, thanks for allowing us to meet and greet and roleplay like mad and bash critters till our robes are torn and bloodied.

Oh boy shes right - for 4 months I've been pondering if I should or should not post my thanks but now I feel like I must - just so you know how much people appreciate what you do.

5 months ago I had a serious accident that basiclly left me in recovery for 4 months - I was home bound and other than the occasional visit, Layo was really all I had (Sad but true!!:D) - it kept me going to a degree instead of staying in bed all day :p and sure I had my moments of "grief" (Although I hope not too many)... but never without gratitude for what you guys done for us.

And now that im up on my feet and busy (I miss Layo!) let it be known that nothing can express how much I appreciate the world you forged and the time you sacrficied. You granted other people more than you know.

Thanks L! you're a hero8)
And thanks everyone on the community!

Long live Layo :( show 'em you can behave :p

And just so you know... NWN (Layo included!) much like fine wine... only gets better as it ages:\

General Discussion / Re: *Tips his hat and bows*
« on: April 29, 2007, 09:41:24 pm »
Quote from: LordCove
Yeah yeah.....they all say " Right...I'm leaviing"
 Then they're all back a little later...cold turkey kicking in :)
 Good luck mate *waves*
 Hehehe probably in some 5-6 months or so when I get out of the current roll of events in my life!
 My current status is work... for a month, then im touring Israel with a friend from england and then we're going to a music festival in Germany and from there to England for some 3 months! woohoo! :O Already got my tickets and all set and secure! ;)
 Gonna miss being around here... :P Ah well.. tomorrow I'm leaving to Telaviv to work :o  woohoo!

General Discussion / Re: Layonara Fan-Art
« on: April 25, 2007, 06:30:33 am »
I bet Shiff is outside the picture frame, crying because he had a bad dream.
 Nice picture Timmy, the ozy part was hilarious.
 EDIT: Oh and just so you know... holding a bow from the string is not very effective.

General Discussion / Re: Layonara Fan-Art
« on: April 23, 2007, 09:42:38 pm »
I always knew Rhynn has big claws that can tear an elf apart *cries and runs away*
 Looks good though ;) one of them long-woman short-guy relationships.

Roleplaying / Re: Deity Relations
« on: April 22, 2007, 09:43:21 am »
Quote from: DMOE
Actually this topic was not started in reference to any conversation, rather a conversation sparked a set of thoughts.
 Also it was not a conversation between two enemy clerics at all, it was in fact a normal every day encounter that started the conversation. Assuming you are referring to the topic of the thread as a whole and not the topic of your post :)
 I would also like to point out that not everyone, even clerics wish to inspire love and respect towards their god in others.
 My cleric does want to improve the general perceptions of Mist throughout the land but as for converting people, she is a battle cleric so unless someone shows an interest in Mist my cleric isn't particularly bothered.
 This topic was started to raise a point regarding deity relations and make people think in general...
 As I have seen on the server that someone from one of the 'good' religions can be rude to/act as the wish with someone from the 'perceived' evil religions (see Nibor21's early post regarding perceptions) without a single comment from others but the minute someone else acts on their deity relations towards someone from the 'good' religions then they are 'mean and judgmental etc'....Now a sense they ARE being rude and judgmental but it isn't something that shouldn't be that much of a surprise really!!! I mean it's been going on for hundreds, if not thousands of years, before the person in question even began to worship their deity so why jump on them so to speak? Unless of course it's IC for you to jump on them :)
 I do feel that we all need to be a little more aware of our deity relations and how we play them, both my original point and Gulnyr's point which is an interesting flip side....And of course any other interesting points that this thread provokes :)
 See how it works?
 *runs away from DMOE's wrath*

Roleplaying / Re: Deity Relations
« on: April 22, 2007, 04:57:13 am »
Quote from: Lynn1020
Trust me I will be more careful.
 Before Layo I had never played a game like this. Then my husband sucked me in to it. So I started out with something simple like a Ranger. Well after almost 7 months I started to get a little bored with playing just her. Then finally got my nerve up to make a cleric and got all excited about her. :D There is just so much to learn about all the different Deities and Alignments. So I am learning slowly. I have a lot of things printed out and next to me when I am playing her. But after reading a few of the treads recently I almost don't want to play her or at least not want to rp with her. :( Knowing me I would be nice to the wrong people. O.o
 I would love to set in on a learning session on some of the topics discussed.
 Uh oh... just remember it's your GOD that hates the other GOD...
 Sure as a representive of your god you are meant to follow his ideals and have a general lower tolerance towards enemies and so forth - but as a cleric you also want to inspire love and respect towards your god in other people.. that means enemies too.
 So showing a say... Corathaite the same love and care you'd show someone else if you were say... An Aeridinite (Cough) won't be as bad as Aeridin saving Coraths butt from Kezef the Chaos Hound, if we ever had such a hound roaming our planes, yes?
 Now sure if said Corathaite steps up a moment after you healed him and kills the innocent Mr.Pickles.... we have a problem - but your character doesn't have to expect that eh? you're allowed to be naive after all.
 HOWEVA!! that doesn't mean you should step right up and do it, no?
 I mean while I can see an Aeridinite helping a Corathaite with the hope he might change the person... I can't see a bloody Voraxian doing that.
 Note that this topic refers to conversation regarding deities between to enemy clerics rather than a normal every day encounter, if you're arguing about the world then go ahead and head butt them into submission.

General Discussion / Re: Levels For Servers?
« on: April 22, 2007, 04:49:32 am »
These requirements are NOT in affect on DM quests.

Roleplaying / Re: Alignment/Dogma conflicts
« on: April 21, 2007, 06:14:44 am »
Because Aeridin is a good god with a dogma that might support evil acts (Such as ending tomato girl).
 My OOC perception of ending her (If.. didn't do it yet right?) Is evil, but it's supported by the dogma of a good god.

Roleplaying / Re: Deity Relations
« on: April 21, 2007, 04:09:50 am »
Theres a pretty nice deity chart in LORE which I converted to a printable version (Since said chart lacks the printable page most lore stuff has..)
 here ya go, print and glue it on your wall!

Roleplaying / Re: Alignment/Dogma conflicts
« on: April 21, 2007, 03:24:53 am »
Alright! woah, that's some serious responds I got here! so now to address some and ask more questions and confuse the lot of us!
 First, because he made me really mad! Praylor.
 The dogmas are well written, they are guide-lines and basiclly provide you a background on what the faith is about which is all I need in order to craft my characters roleplay regarding that - if you don't like them then stop playing a bloody paladin! no offense. A+ for the writers and the dev team in general.
 As for waiting for your god to speak with you.. oh uh... I reckon every time you cast a divine spell your god is paying SOME attention to you (Not going over the line and saying he speaks with you because Dorg said that hardly ever happens) - but he acknowledges you are channeling his powers I bet... But just like you don't abuse NPC AI (You don't, right? ;) ) you shouldn't abuse the fact Aeridin cannot drain your powers if you say... cast slay living on an innocent child :) If I was Aeridin, regardless of how much I speak with you.. I'd smite 'yer butt all the way to Dregar.
 Clarissa - You're right about the dogma being a bit "nazi" for the lack of better terms, it is! But that's where the fun roleplay comes from... You have a really extreme, a bit evil and overall crazy dogma stitched to someone whos meant to be a paragon of good will - it's crazy! crazy!!!
 But these dilemmas make the best roleplay, especially for those that assume more than the characters form but also his mind - I can say that while having the tomato girl issue I was arguing with myself quite a bit in my characters name, and still am - It's bloody fun, and possible due to this forum.
 As for the changes with the new dogma, I personally like them.
 Sure theres a bit more to hate but theres also a bit more room to wiggle around with, not saying that one should *cough* But somewhere in our hearts we're all chaotic, to a degree... That is until said god smites us down!
 As for a new question... I'm still wondering, can someone gain an alignment shift for following his dogma and doing something that MIGHT be considered evil?
 Overall I enjoy playing my new character and his dogma, especially since I have tools like the roleplay forum to ask whatever question bothers me, keeps the dilemmas IC it does.
 So... thanks to anyone who responded!

Just for Fun / Re: What Layonara is not
« on: April 20, 2007, 06:52:58 pm »
Layonara is not FR... Layonara is not FR... *repeats while rocking slowly in the corner of a dark, padded room*

Just for Fun / Re: A Very Metal LOTR Moment...
« on: April 20, 2007, 04:50:29 pm »
I dislike folk... *starts dancing to Finntroll*

Roleplaying / Re: Alignment/Dogma conflicts
« on: April 20, 2007, 03:25:36 pm »
Aeridin is a good god with an evil dogma, I tell 'ya.

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