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Chigra Commoner | joined 07 August 2007 | 3 posts


Three Seas: Total War - Your Thoughts? posted 07 August 2007 in General DiscusssionThree Seas: Total War - Your Thoughts? by Chigra, Commoner

Apologies if this has been discussed time and time again. It seems like the type of thing to have been discussed to death. If that's the case, just tell me to shut up and it'll be out of you hair. If such a project already exists, I would love to be given a link. <!-- s:P --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_razz.gif" alt=":P" title="Razz" /><!-- s:P -->

So anyway, I was thinking that the Three Seas setting would be perfect for a Rome: or Medieval: Total War mod. TBH I think Medieval would be most fitting, since religion, which obviosly plays such a huge part in PoN, is more prevalant, and you already have the basis for Inrithism and Fanimry in place. But this is just my opinion. Your thoughts, people?

Note: I suck, and will probably always suck, at modding of any kind. I have no experience in the modding community. This post is purely putting forward my thoughts. view post


Your First Time posted 07 August 2007 in Off-Topic DiscussionYour First Time by Chigra, Commoner

Without a doubt, Pullman's 'His Dark Materials' trilogy. I was quite young when I first read them, and it's strange that as I've grown up, as I've become more emotionally complex, the books have grown up with me. I know, it sounds cliched, but it's true. Also, I'm not afraid to admit that they were the first and only books I've ever cried about, and probably would again if I picked them up today. view post


art work posted 07 August 2007 in The Thousandfold Thoughtart work by Chigra, Commoner

*Possible spoilers, but not really.*

&quot;It was half again taller than a man, with long, folded wings curved like scythes over its poweful frame. Save where it was mottled by black, cancerous spots, its skin was translucent, and sheathed about a great flared skull shaped like an oyster set on edge. And within the gaping jaws of that skull was fused another, more manlike, so that an almost human face grinned from its watery features.&quot;

It's not exact, but it resembles an Inchoroi... sort of... view post


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