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Post by RangerDanger on Mon May 11, 2015 2:21 am

Do you guys want to start sharing our characters' background stories?

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Post by Miklos on Mon May 11, 2015 8:29 am

I can start if you want. I have no beginning or end. I was always, and I will always be. No father or mother, but I have billions of creations. Razz

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Post by RangerDanger on Mon May 11, 2015 11:44 pm

Lol good one. I would tell Malcer's story, but only if we all share a story.

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Post by Miklos on Mon May 11, 2015 11:45 pm

Come on gents. Step up to the plate. LOL

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Post by LawfulNewt on Tue May 12, 2015 12:11 am

Hahaha How dramatic

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Post by Bardyus on Tue May 12, 2015 12:45 am

Stern was a normal kid of fairly well of parents. He got accepted into an elite conservatory but decided to ditch it when he realized that music is more then notes and progressions. He felt as if the world and music shared some fundamental cohesion.

He first interpreted his observations purely philosophically and decided to learn more of free life and far away lands In belief that it will inspire his music. In order to support his livelihood and travels he performed in public and private functions. He soon learned about the economic and socio politic reality of this world. The desperate inequality between rich and poor, humans and orcs, men and women. Starvation of children and poverty of the masses. He quickly learned to distrust and dislike the oligarchy. But he also came to understand their mentality rather well. Conning these arrogant but helplessly ignorant and out of touch bourjois would be as easy as it would be fun.

In his travels Stern learned that connection music had with the exterior world was far more then symbolic. In the right hands it could manipulate physical objects and laws as well as minds and emotions of others. this discovery lead him to realize that his potential is much higher then a common musician/con man. And that real adventure was far more risky and far more rewarding. As his first job he decided to take a job guarding a trade caravan on its we to the lands he hasn't seen yet.

the rest you know

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Post by RangerDanger on Tue May 12, 2015 1:33 am

What a story!!!! Awesome Stern

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Post by Bardyus on Tue May 12, 2015 2:03 pm

Thanks ranger-danger, now your turn!

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Post by Miklos on Tue May 12, 2015 2:23 pm

Bardyus wrote:Stern was a normal kid of fairly well of parents. He got accepted into an elite conservatory but decided to ditch it when he realized that music is more then notes and progressions. He felt as if the world and music shared some fundamental cohesion.

He first interpreted his observations purely philosophically and decided to learn more of free life and far away lands In belief that it will inspire his music. In order to support his livelihood and travels he performed in public and private functions. He soon learned about the economic and socio politic reality of this world. The desperate inequality between rich and poor, humans and orcs, men and women. Starvation of children and poverty of the masses. He quickly learned to distrust and dislike the oligarchy. But he also came to understand their mentality rather well. Conning these arrogant but helplessly ignorant and out of touch bourjois would be as easy as it would be fun.

In his travels Stern learned that connection music had with the exterior world was far more then symbolic. In the right hands it could manipulate physical objects and laws as well as minds and emotions of others. this discovery lead him to realize that his potential is much higher then a common musician/con man. And that real adventure was far more risky and far more rewarding. As his first job he decided to take a job guarding a trade caravan on its we to the lands he hasn't seen yet.

the rest you know

Great story!!

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