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Title: Klyff Tylssen/Meladrhim elves/leatherworker
Post by: Klyff Tylssen on March 08, 2010, 11:03:20 AM
Hey everyone, Ive been looking at this site for about a week, and decided to try it out. hope you guys like it!

Name: Klyff Tylssen
Gender: Male
Age: 213, approximately 26 by human aging
Race: Elven
Tribe: Meladrhim
Occupation: Leather worker
Title: Harshened Nomad

Height: one ped, two fores, two palmspans, and eight nailsbreadths.
Weight: one pygge, four hebs, one od
Hair Color: A uniform Korwyn gold
Eye color: A deep blue, closest to Xazure
The harshness in the nomadic life has changed Klyff's appearance dramatically. Constantly being cold by the lack of clothing has changed his skin to be rough, hardened. His constant struggling and hunting for food has increased his strength, forming broad shoulders giving way to muscular arms and large hands and thick legs with no inch of fat. three and a half palsmapns worth of hair flow down past his shoulders. forlorn eyes and wrinkles around his face give him a large look of weariness even when not so. A broad chest comes down to skinny belly, again with not an inch of fat. A tattoo on his arm depicts a spear, running from his left shoulder and the tip ending just before the wrist. other tattoos of the famed Meladrhim linework are on various parts of his body, but the only ones noticeable are on his right shoulder and the palm of his right hand. scars etch across his body where branches and rocks have struck him. A large scar across the top of his hand, a palmspan in length, is on his left hand where an animal had once slashed at him while on a hunting trip.

Clothing: Klyff uses clothing that is practical, as do most Meladrhim elves, but tries to put in some forms of wealth, To try to fit in and humor humans. He wears Eophran trousers, adorned on the sides by Melad linework done by Klyff himself. he has leather boots with wooden soles. An undershirt is sometimes worn in colder conditions, also Eophran, and has sleeves from the shoulder to mid forearm. A vest is nearly always worn. He has a few, but most are a rich Adlemirene or Sognastheen. Gloves he made himself are worn many times, fingertips cut off to provide better grips, they protect his writs and go up pat the elbows to protect them as well. an assortment of bracelets are worn, many made himself. One that he appreciates the most has a large ore on the top and animal
teeth around it. A belt is worn with various pouches and a small pack e uses exclusively for a town of four house cards. A sling is worn on his back for his spear and a sheath at his waist for a small dirk.

Personality: Klyff has a personality that views things in a very practical an in-humorous way. He does not take jokes extremely well and speaks to others seriously nearly all the time. He is good hearted, and will not let a friend down. He will be generous with what he has, and is very friendly, but lack of communication skills makes it hard to make good  and trustful friends.

Outside of communication, he is fairly confident with himself, with a high self-esteem, arrogantly so at times. He tries to keep to his word and finishes what he starts. He is closer to nature, more outgoing, and though he visits cities he dislikes them. He  is open-minded, and takes others opinions into account, and is fairly trusting.

Strengths and Weaknesses
Strengths: Spear wielding: years of hunting with this trusty weapon and practicing on trees and such have made him fairly experienced with the spear. Though he has not fought any intelligent foes, he has kept himself away from many beasts, and could probably take on the everyday mugger and thug.

Leather working: A trait that is not only useful as a job, this skill has helped Klyff live as long as he has. He can make many clothes from many different hides, and has made himself and others various apparels that are not only good looking, but warm and practical.

Card games: Though not much of strength in life, Klyff has become nearly obsessed with the four houses card games, and has made friends with people over a game of cards. He knows many games, as the only two he doesn't are Alliances and Under the Tower. He can teach all the other games to people and have good fun with them.

Tharian: Traveling in Kuglimz lands for many years, Klyff has taught himself some simple phrases of Tharian so that he could communicate with those around him. He only know simple phrases, but it is enough for people to understand.

Weaknesses: Communication skills: Or lack of. Klyff can make some acquaintances fairly easily, over a game of cards or through basic skills and generosity, but has difficulty relinquishing emotions and showing sympathy. He is hard to confide in and is difficult to make deep friends with.

Wounded hand: On a hunting trip, an animal slashed at Klyff, and scored a point on his left hand. The cut was deep and permanently scarred Klyff. Though it is not enough to cost him a fight, the constant pain in his hand is a large annoyance.

Claustrophobic: Living as a nomad all his life, Klyff has become accustomed with the wide expanses of land, causing a deep claustrophobia. Having a sickness for staying in one place for too long and living in confined spaces, Klyff has been known to sleep out under the stars then in a warm room in a tavern.

History: Born under the trees of the Shaded Forest, Klyff saw his mother for the first time. This was brief as she put him in a cradle on her back and kept walking. As with this example, Klyff was already a nomad. For years he traveled with his family, through harsh times and through friendly times. You win some, you lose some, as they say, and Klyff had that kind of life.

Nearly as soon as he was born they left the Shaded Forest and kept on their migration northwards. Later that day they set up camp, and Klyff had his first glimpse of the home he would have. Not much of a home, as it kept moving, but his instinct took over, and he rarely liked to stay at one place for a long time. Klyff was well taken care of, kept warm by whatever clothing or blankets they had, and ate and slept nicely. In childhood, Klyff was treated respectfully and morally. Of course, when he had done something wrong, severe punishment was implemented. He was taught to be fair in all aspects.

As soon as Klyff was old enough, he started taking on responsibilities. Around his early 20s, he started to help his mother with casual chores, packing up for migration, cooking, and such. His father was just beginning to teach him how to hunt, and Klyff naturally picked up on that. His father was proud of his natural skill, but did not show it. His standard gruff manner was kept intact. But Klyff picked up on the pride, and dwelled on it.

In later years, as Klyff was just becoming 29, he was taken on his first hunting trip, He had trained with the spear awhile, and was fairly confident in himself to find some good game. Scouting on the plains near the Themed'lon forests, hunters spotted a group of Hargive deer, and immediately gave chase. The group of hunter split into two groups of eight, one going northward ahead of the deer, the other heading straight towards it.

Klyff headed with the northern group and they hid behind various shrubbery as they watched the southern group approach the deer directly in front of them. Then the group rushed, first jogging, then sprinting towards the deer. Following their nature, the deer immediately sprang directly away from the hunters and ran straight towards Klyff's group.

Close to twenty feet away from the norther hunters, they sprang out and aimed their spears down at the rushing deer and gave chase. The deer nearly collided with them and many were killed immediately. others managed to turn and run west. These the hunters ignored. As Klyff was running towards the deer, he stabbed at one and missed, and as the deer was rushing onwards, it swiped it's head and caused a deep gash in Klyff's hand. Klyff managed to turn and slash the deer, wounding it, but it still sprinted away with it.

As Klyff's father regrouped with them, he quickly turned to Klyff and bandaged the deep gash he had, stopping the blood from flowing, which was already over Klyff's clothing. They walked back towards the tribe, and Klyff's father took the spear from Klyff and urged him not to use his hand for the time being.

They traveled back to the camp then, and Klyff was noticing that the pain had not subsided, even a week later. It was excruciatingly painful to grip anything, and when not it a constant sting was annoying him. But he lived with it, as it was not too horrible.

Several years later Klyff still had the wound, but that wasn't important anymore. The pain subsided to only an annoying sting, and he could live normally. around 62 years of life Klyff's mother was expecting children soon. Klyff wasn't sure of this, and did not want to be weighed down with the stresses of children. He actually wanted to travel even more freely. The migration pattern the Meladrhim had adopted was beginning to be to routine, even when they didn't stay at one place for long. They visited the same place, had the same tents, hunted the same areas. It was just to slow for Klyff.

So he left. at 63 years of age Klyff left his family. He didn't leave unexpectedly, he told his kin of what he planned. He would visit them, he knew of the pattern and would meet up at certain areas. He told his mother, and though she was disappointed, she reluctantly let him go. He was old enough to think for himself now.

His father kept his gruff manner, but was also saddened when Klyff told him of his plans. But rather then just let him leave, his father gave him advice and materials to keep himself alive. First of was his spear. Klyff made it himself, but his father kept it with the other weapons in the packs. Then, surprisingly to Klyff, his father gave him a leather working set, equipped with all the tools to skin, tan, beat, and shape leather into fine clothing.

His father's advice with the set made sense, Klyff needed clothing and was adept at hunting. He did not have much money himself, of course, so he couldn't purchase any at local towns. So his father gave it to him so Klyff could teach himself to make warm clothing.

Klyff traveled erratically, with no sense of direction. He knew where he was going, but he had no route. He visited local taverns, where he had his first taste of the brew, and greeted many people. He had some friends, but as he travelled everwhere, he could not make close friends for long. No matter how long he stayed at a town or tavern, he was anxious to leave.

It was during his later years, 147 to be exact, that he had his first game of cards. These cards were magnificent indeed. The town of Four Houses cards were beautiful, with clear artwork and fun games. It was at a local tavern in Lu'Weilima that a trader was showing of these cards. It peeked Klyff's curiosity, and he went up to the trader to ask him about the cards. Rather then tell a price, the trader offered a game.

The game was Full Cottages, and it was the first time Klyff had ever played. He was taught by the trader, and as the cards were dealed, Klyff admired the artwork of the hand painted wooden cards. He looked at them, and realized by the rules that his hand wasn't very good. He played, and was intrigued by the others moves.

The trader won. It was fairly easy to predict. At the last moment, the trader drew a Fire Prince, and his hand was out. Klyff was respectful though, shook hands with the trader, and thanked him for the game. As he was leaving, the trader called out the price, "Ten san for the cards!'

Klyff stopped in his tracks. The cards proved to be very fun, and he wanted to learn the other games the trader spoke of. He wanted to grow more experienced with them, and they would be a great conversation starter. He looked at his pouch and realized ten san would be pushing him for food that night, so he figured he could bargain the merchant. Taking gloves he had crafted with his leatherworking, he told the merchant he would give him these gloves, lined with warm fur, and 5 san for the town of cards. The deal was quickly accepted.

Stopping by with the others, he was urged to come home. Occasionally Klyff would stay with them and travel for a few months with them, but he would leave on his own exploration. Stopping by larger towns every now and then, he surprised the few friends he had with his presence. He kept exploring and kept finding new things, and that is most likely what he is doing right now.

Weapons: A spear made by Klyff, the shaft made of a hard wood reaching up a ped and two fores before giving way to a beautiful but wicked looking blade, a full 7 nailsbreadths wide and 3 palmspans long.

A small dirk he crafted to help him cut and craft things. more of a tool then a weapon, but can still stab.

Belongings: A town of four house cards
A small leather working set he can carry on his back.
A bracelet with a large ore.

Comments appreciated!

Title: Re: Klyff Tylssen/Meladrhim elves/hunter leatherworker
Post by: Klyff Tylssen on March 09, 2010, 09:42:59 AM
Modifications complete, history is done and Im ready for comments and criticism :noidea:

Title: Re: Klyff Tylssen/Meladrhim elves/hunter leatherworker
Post by: Malexia Vendu on March 10, 2010, 01:11:50 AM
Low wealth: as with being a nomad, most trades were done with items rather then currency. through traveling Klyff has gotten some money, and can buy the occasional drink, but he does not have quite as much as he would like. Instead, he tries to find ways with his leather working.

Hi there! Welcome to Santharia. I can see you have a fairly well balanced character. Good job!  :thumbup: I will mention this last weakness is probably not so much a weakness because most people in this world are of low wealth. You must compare yourself to a simple peasant who likely has very few coins. And, it is no surprise that a nomad would have little money.

Title: Re: Klyff Tylssen/Meladrhim elves/hunter leatherworker
Post by: Anirdulf Svanskjun on March 10, 2010, 02:03:54 AM
Welcome to Santharia from me as well!

Not really a quibble with the actual CD, but just that a lot of your writing is slightly ungrammatical  - things like capital letters etc. It's not going to cost you an approval (I hope!) but the CD would read much more easily if you fixed that up.

Thats all for now.

Looking forward to the finished product.


PS: If you want a hint, try writing it in Word, which does most of that automatically.

Title: Re: Klyff Tylssen/Meladrhim elves/hunter leatherworker
Post by: Fáiorríl on March 10, 2010, 03:11:03 AM
Hello Klyff, and welcome to Santharia! :)
Overall this seems to be a good character, but there are a few inconsistencies that stand out to me.

1. You have referenced places and animals from Southern Sarvonia. The Bolder Forest and the territory of the Steppe Deer are both beneath the Tandala Highlands, an unpassable barrier between the north and the south. The only way to get passed the Tandala Highlands is by sailing, and as we both know, the Mélad'rhim do not believe in exploring the sea. Please find places and animals appropriate to the Mélad'rhim's territory.

2.Your description of the hunt is unrealistic and inaccurate.

- Firstly, I do not understand how your character, after the deer had been running for an hour, magically appeared in the trees beside it and managed to sneak up. I assume the deer would have had to have been resting for a while before he arrived, since tracking takes time and he is still just a teenager, and where was the rest of his tribe? Maybe you should describe how he tracked it down and found it resting? Rather than suddenly jumping out of the woods as soon as it stops running?

- Even though the Steppe Deer is no longer applicable to your history due to its location, most of what you described about the chase contradicts its nature. Particularly this: "Steppe Deers are not very good sprinters, but they can easily outrun a human on the steppes, or a horse in the mountains. Steppe Deers can keep running for several hours if necessary, so if you don’t catch them at the sprint, it is not easy to get them at all." Little details like that are good to pay attention to, and in the future you should remain true to the information provided on the site.

- Then there is the issue about the hunt in general. The Grey Elves do not hunt regularly, and if they have to they go after the old or sick animals of a herd, not the first one they see. They "are loathed to take life from an animal," but your character displayed none of this and instead angrily calls it a 'bastard' and stabs it some more. If that is a result of a character flaw, boyhood ignorance or lack of training, then it should be regarded as so and corrected by his elders.

3. You have listed 'hunter' as one of his occupations, but have not added it as a strength. Please do so. I would also like to see reference to both occupations in his later history, so we can see how he makes a living while traveling around.

4. I find your personality section very brief and difficult to understand. Perhaps rephrase what you have written and elaborate a little, so that other players can have a good understanding of who he is. Aim for at least two paragraphs, if you can.

5. Please move the height, weight, hair colour and eye color above the appearance section, formatted the same as the other listings.

6. I am unsure about the likelihood of your tribe being within the territory of the Injerin elves, the Shaded Forest, but I will leave that to the judgment of another mod.

7. One last thing to point out... The north is an incredibly dangerous place full of monsters, orcs and beasts, and a lone (young!) elf is at great risk of being killed or eaten - especially since there is a lot of wild area between settlements. You might consider traveling among groups.

That concludes my list of nitpickings :)

Title: Re: Klyff Tylssen/Meladrhim elves/hunter leatherworker
Post by: Klyff Tylssen on March 11, 2010, 09:23:45 AM
Thanks for the replies guys. I'll take in mind what you have said and Ill make the corrections!

Title: Re: Klyff Tylssen/Meladrhim elves/hunter leatherworker
Post by: Klyff Tylssen on March 11, 2010, 09:27:21 AM
Faiorril, if I may dispute what I you have said about the steppe deer, I am pretty sure that the Bolder forest is on a peninsula in northern Sarvonia. I checked again, and it pretty much confirmed this for me. I do not know about the Tandala highlands or where it is located, so I will look at that. As for the description of the hunt, I will get to that.

EDIT: checked the Tandala highlands and the bolder forest once more. Seemed to have gotten messed up somewhere Sorry, Faiorril.

Title: Re: Klyff Tylssen/Meladrhim elves/leatherworker
Post by: Klyff Tylssen on March 11, 2010, 10:23:59 AM
Modifications complete. Redid hunter scene in history, took hunter occupation out and showed example fo leatherworking, extended personality, moved height and weight descrips. Ready for comments again.

Title: Re: Klyff Tylssen/Meladrhim elves/leatherworker
Post by: Malexia Vendu on March 11, 2010, 11:11:35 PM
Don't forget my comment above, about the wealth weakness?


Title: Re: Klyff Tylssen/Meladrhim elves/leatherworker
Post by: Klyff Tylssen on March 12, 2010, 12:43:14 AM
ah yes, sorry I meant to ask you about that. I meant that because he was a nomad and di most trades through items, his money is low. A peasant, how much money does he have? if the average person is poor, then I'll take it out, but that also seems to me that many people's roleplay in this game does not show that, and if it is not a weakness for me to have average amount, then shouldn't it be a strength for others? Also, how much money is average with this currency? for example, most people in the us, have arund 60, maybe 80 bucks int here wallet, how much does the average person in santharia have in their's?

Title: Re: Klyff Tylssen/Meladrhim elves/leatherworker
Post by: Sývaein Sorossa on March 12, 2010, 12:52:00 AM
People count the strengths they think matter.

Consider for a second that most characters who play this game are just as nomadic as yours. Adventurers, traveling performers, craftsmen. There are exceptions to this rule, but for the most part they will be wondering as much as the next person "Where the heck am I going to sleep tonight" and "how much food do I have". Strengths exist to compensate for this, but if you spend 5 days out of 7 moving from one place to the next, that is 5 days out of 7 you don't spend making money, savvy? And unlike the average peasant, who has land which he can grow crops on which, assuming he can't sell them, he can eat (failing all else) the ragtag band of mercenaries, ne'er-do-wells, adventurers and other vagabonds that make up the character base does not.

Think about it.

Title: Re: Klyff Tylssen/Meladrhim elves/leatherworker
Post by: Klyff Tylssen on March 12, 2010, 12:56:02 AM
Then may I ask why the roleplay I have looked as does not show people act as such? that has not really answered my question. you have said that most people on this site don't have much means of making money, so why do I see people buying drinks and rooms in the taverns and saying it doesn't mean much? I would think that if everyone was poor, and 5 out of 7 days they didnt make money at all, then even a drink would be hard to come up with the money. If we are to compare ourselves wiht a normal peasant, then shouldn't we list having money to buy things with, as I have seen in the roleplay, as strength? Thank you for considering and the comments.

Title: Re: Klyff Tylssen/Meladrhim elves/leatherworker
Post by: Valan Nonesuch on March 12, 2010, 01:05:33 AM
Sam Coleridge was a very smart man ( kindly read the link, and consider the possibility that this is all fiction. We haven't had problems to date with the way things work. If it ain't broke don't fix it and all that.

Now, if you're willing to suspend that disbelief for the sake of a bit of fun, you should get along fine.

Title: Re: Klyff Tylssen/Meladrhim elves/leatherworker
Post by: Klyff Tylssen on March 12, 2010, 01:49:51 AM
Valan, I must say that that is a very interesting theory, and I suppose if you use that theory you could get away with the roleplay I have seen, but otherwise I think that is a dodge to my question. nonetheless, I think I could just change the weakness and think of something new. Thanks for the comments on the issue.

Title: Re: Klyff Tylssen/Meladrhim elves/leatherworker
Post by: Malexia Vendu on March 12, 2010, 02:36:53 AM
Hi Klyff,

I'll try to explain what I mean by wealth. I agree, you do raise some good questions about the RP aspect. Most times, when a character has no money, they end up buying tavern drinks and other assorted things in a story that contradicts their supposed "poverty". But, we are not very strict about this. The story moderators do not make an issue about this because it ruins the fun by being so nitpicky.

The average person in Santharia is poor. They can afford drinks, basic foods and tools, but not much else. A nomad who travels alot would have no steady income of money, so by your very nature of being a nomad, you are considered poor. That would not be a weakness because everyone knows nomads are poor.

I would change that weakness to something else. Maybe you have an addiction? Or a bad habit that makes people not like you. There are many weaknesses you can use. Try looking at other approved CDs for ideas. Let us know if we can help further.

Title: Re: Klyff Tylssen/Meladrhim elves/leatherworker
Post by: Klyff Tylssen on March 12, 2010, 07:21:21 AM
Ok, thank you all for the comments on the wealth issue. I'll try to change it into something else.

Title: Re: Klyff Tylssen/Meladrhim elves/leatherworker
Post by: Klyff Tylssen on March 12, 2010, 07:41:00 AM
Modifications complete. Changed wealth weakness to claustrophobia. Thanks!

Title: Re: Klyff Tylssen/Meladrhim elves/leatherworker
Post by: Klyff Tylssen on March 14, 2010, 06:47:57 PM
bumping, as I haven't gotten a reply in two days.

Title: Re: Klyff Tylssen/Meladrhim elves/leatherworker
Post by: Deklitch Hardin on March 14, 2010, 07:14:16 PM
The rules for the CD forum asks you to wait for three days before rebumping CDs, Klyff. Please be patient.

Thank you

Title: Re: Klyff Tylssen/Meladrhim elves/leatherworker
Post by: Kalína Dalá'isyrás on March 15, 2010, 01:08:24 AM
Actually, it looks pretty good to me. I believe he is balanced and has everything it needs.

First Approval

Title: Re: Klyff Tylssen/Meladrhim elves/leatherworker
Post by: Klyff Tylssen on March 15, 2010, 05:04:44 AM
ah sweet! I didn't think it would be that fast, but ok, works for me!

Title: Re: Klyff Tylssen/Meladrhim elves/leatherworker
Post by: Malexia Vendu on March 15, 2010, 06:29:59 AM
Hi Klyff!

Just a few minor things.

1. You say that you developed strength, but with a lack of food? If you were starving, you would grow the opposite. You'd be weaker, not stronger. If you are a hunter, you hunted for food, right?

2. One possible weakness is the inability to speak Tharian or even Kuglimz. You are from an elven tribe and would only speak Styrash (elven tongue). You would have to learn to speak the language of the humans such as Tharian or Kuglimz. As an elf, you wouldn't be able to speak to other humans right away. Maybe you speak bad Kuglimz instead?

Title: Re: Klyff Tylssen/Meladrhim elves/leatherworker
Post by: Klyff Tylssen on March 15, 2010, 07:54:14 AM
Thank you, Malexia. I added hunting to the description for food, and that would increase his strength as he searched and fought. I am not sure if I would like to add bad speechto one of his weaknesses, one for I think I have enough weaknessess to balance the strengths already, and two I don't think that is much of a real weakness, as the average elf peasant probably would not know how to speak those languages, just as an average human peasant wouldn't have the ability to speak styrash. Thank you!

Title: Re: Klyff Tylssen/Meladrhim elves/leatherworker
Post by: Malexia Vendu on March 15, 2010, 10:35:56 AM
Consider that if you are planning to learn cards from a Kuglimz, you need to know how to speak to him. For you, unless you never stray away from your tribe, then not knowing other languages is a weakness. Unless you find a way to learn somehow. And you can never have enough weaknesses!

Title: Re: Klyff Tylssen/Meladrhim elves/leatherworker
Post by: Klyff Tylssen on March 15, 2010, 11:01:14 AM
Well then, I would prefer to have my character partially fluent in Kuglimz and/or Tharian. Would that be considered a strength? If so, then I shall have to put a weakness in lack of those languages. But, if it is not so, I think I have a balanced character already, so I don't need to, right?

Title: Re: Klyff Tylssen/Meladrhim elves/leatherworker
Post by: Malexia Vendu on March 15, 2010, 11:40:41 PM
If you are fluent in human languages as an elf, it is considered a minor strength since most other elves in your tribe do not have the same skill. Your strengths are balanced enough to afford another weakness.

Title: Re: Klyff Tylssen/Meladrhim elves/leatherworker
Post by: Klyff Tylssen on April 16, 2010, 10:30:33 AM
Hey everybody, I'm still here. Im sorry for dropping out like I did, but apparently my internet bill hadn't been paid, so next thing I know, internet is completely shut down. Im gonna try and get to updating my CD soon, but I just wanted to let everybody know I didn't just get up and go. Talk to you all later.

Title: Re: Klyff Tylssen/Meladrhim elves/leatherworker
Post by: Klyff Tylssen on April 18, 2010, 02:20:41 PM
Malexia, as a quick question, I dont think I can afford putting a strength saying he is fluent in kuglimz. Could I possibly put in my history, as this merchant was a traveling one, probably in a caravan with a number of people, that he would be fluent in styrash or some other language that most elves know? Rather then Klyff being fluent in Kuglimz?

Just an idea, and, if nothing else, Im gonna have to put in another strength and find another weakness

Title: Re: Klyff Tylssen/Meladrhim elves/leatherworker
Post by: Malexia Vendu on April 18, 2010, 10:55:11 PM
When it comes to languages, you don't have to be fluent in one or the other. It is ok to be average or to know a few phrases here and there to get by. That is considered more of a minor strength and does not count as a full blown fluency. Unless you grew up within another tribe or spent many years with them, you really wouldn't know their language well enough to converse easily. You could say that Klyff is fluent in a little bit of Kuglimz so that if he ever visited a Kuglimz town, he could speak basic phrases and questions but that's all.

Title: Re: Klyff Tylssen/Meladrhim elves/leatherworker
Post by: Klyff Tylssen on April 19, 2010, 06:26:36 AM
alright then, thanks, I guess Ill add then. Hoperfully that might get me approved!  :D

Title: Re: Klyff Tylssen/Meladrhim elves/leatherworker
Post by: Klyff Tylssen on April 19, 2010, 10:13:03 AM
alrighty, finished the modification and hoping for approval. Thanks! :grin:

Title: Re: Klyff Tylssen/Meladrhim elves/leatherworker
Post by: Malexia Vendu on April 19, 2010, 10:41:29 AM
Second Approval! :nod:

Title: Re: Klyff Tylssen/Meladrhim elves/leatherworker
Post by: Klyff Tylssen on April 19, 2010, 01:11:31 PM
WOOT WOOT just need title  :grin: :grin: :grin:

Title: Re: Klyff Tylssen/Meladrhim elves/leatherworker
Post by: Altario Shialt-eck-Gorrin on April 19, 2010, 03:28:59 PM
Remove all the colours from the CD and I shall title you.  Congrats.

( I feel like a king.  Kneel and be titled.  *taps sword on both shoulders, but an unsteady hand causes some problems*  Oh.  Sorry about that.  I'm sure it'll heal in no time.)

Title: Re: Klyff Tylssen/Meladrhim elves/leatherworker
Post by: Klyff Tylssen on April 19, 2010, 03:32:50 PM
Oh Im quite alright sir, everybody stabs me all the time, you know? right?

colors removed! ready for title.

Title: Re: Klyff Tylssen/Meladrhim elves/leatherworker
Post by: Altario Shialt-eck-Gorrin on April 19, 2010, 03:35:17 PM
Still got colour.  Second paragragh above weapons.

Title: Re: Klyff Tylssen/Meladrhim elves/leatherworker
Post by: Klyff Tylssen on April 19, 2010, 03:36:57 PM
woopsee, alrighty finished (I think)

Title: Re: Klyff Tylssen/Meladrhim elves/leatherworker
Post by: Altario Shialt-eck-Gorrin on April 19, 2010, 03:37:36 PM
Titled and archived. :)

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