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Character Profiles / Re: Mihai
« Last post by Skeeper0 on August 17, 2017, 04:28:41 PM »
is it just me or the picture links broken
i think its just for u
and ty all for the nice comments
Character Profiles / Re: Mihai
« Last post by Price on August 17, 2017, 04:21:46 PM »
is it just me or the picture links broken

just u, works fine here
Character Profiles / Re: Mihai
« Last post by Diplo on August 17, 2017, 04:21:11 PM »
is it just me or the picture links broken
Character Profiles / Re: Mihai
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Character Profiles / Re: Mihai
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Greet CP
Character Profiles / Re: Mihai
« Last post by C. White on August 17, 2017, 02:35:20 PM »
Loved the theme. Cool CP bruh
Character Profiles / Re: Mihai
« Last post by ibrahimqaud on August 17, 2017, 02:11:07 PM »
Good stuff.
Character Profiles / Mihai
« Last post by Skeeper0 on August 17, 2017, 02:05:36 PM »
Spoiler for Hidden:

Names: Claudiu Mihai Dumbrava.
Date of birth: 01/12/1978.
Place of birth: Rarau-Giumalau mountains of Bucovina, Romania.
Nature: Defender.

Not everyone can be a warrior. You can, however, and whatever your chosen field of combat may be - warfare, law, medicine, religion, whatever - you bend your efforts towards defending those who deserve a fighting chance. Perhaps you are (or once were) a guardian on the road to Damascus, a city watchman or a healer. Maybe you achieved whatever title you hold (or held) by protecting your vassals, not by favoring a lord; or turned your sword-arm to Godís will. Whatever history you may have, your task in life is to defend some patron. Some protect the weak, others protect the throne.

Demeanor: Caregiver.

Everyone needs comfort, a shoulder to cry on. A Caregiver takes her comfort in consoling others, and people often come to her with their problems. Vampires with Caregiver Archetypes often attempt, as best they may, to protect the mortals on whom they feed. Nurses, doctors and psychiatrists are examples of potential Caregivers.

Affiliation: The Nine Mystic Traditions, The Dreamspeakers.

Ethnicity: Romanian, Latin.
Race: Human.
Hair colour: Brown.
Eye colour: Hazel.
Distinguishing features: His unique clothing style which brings him the traditional flow in relation with his ethnicity.
Height: 184cms.
Weight: 74kgs.

Parents: Alive.
Siblings: One sister.
Relationship with siblings/parents: Well mentained.
Marital status: Single.
Sexual orientation: Heterosexual.
Children: None.

Paradigm: Creation is Innately Divine and Alive.

The world, perhaps even the universe, is a living entity. That entity is either part of Divinity or else is Divinity itself. Gods and monsters exist, as do pain, horror, and death; thatís cool, though, because in the end good things come from all the suffering. Death sustains life, life gives way to death, and the whole thing is a cycle that perpetrates itself in an ultimately beneficial way. Magick flows from an understanding of that cycle and your place in it as an agent of change. Everything, perhaps, has the potential of magick, but most beings never realize it. Best recognized as a common perspective among Verbena, Dreamspeakers, Euthanatoi, Ecstatics, and other grimly affirmative mages, this model stresses pragmatic acceptance mixed with wild joy. Certain takes on Kabbalism gravitate in this direction too, with Creation as the infinite embodiment of ineffable God. Minus the god part, this paradigm has a scientific analog in the Gaia hypothesis, which insists that Earth is a living, vaguely sentient biomass. Certain Progenitors embrace this idea, especially in the 21st century, when that biomass appears to be fighting its human infection. Unlike the Gods and Monsters paradigm, this belief system essentially says that there is a point to the madness if you look at the Big Picture and accept that what we perceive as pain and horror are merely ripples across a larger spectrum of life.

Practices: Crazy Wisdom.

Avatar: Mages experience the Avatar as a separate personality which is connected to the mage's soul, and which drives the mage toward Ascension. It will often speak to the mage, as a "voice in the head" or via dreams. Avatars generally take on a humanoid form of the opposite gender to the mage, though this is not always the case and is highly dependent on the mage's interpretation. Avatars are also in control of a mage's Seekings.

Spoiler for Appearance of his Avatar:


- Enlightenment.
- Cooperate in keeping the Great Wheel alive.
- Master his Arts and much more.
- Travel the world and different realms.


[ooo] - Enemy/Despise: Distrust, hate.
[ooo] - Dislike: Distant, avoiding.
[ooo] - Neutral: No judgement yet, just met, no thoughts about person.
[ooo] - Good opinion: Appreciation, like.
[ooo] - Close friends: Admiring, deep appreciation, would die for.
[ooo] - Romantic interest: Love, adoration.


Character Profiles / Re: Flavien Gilles (WIP)
« Last post by Jackiee on August 17, 2017, 01:17:10 PM »
Well. Did you forget that we are roleplaying in 1998?

implying there weren't any gays in the 90s?
Character Profiles / Re: Flavien Gilles (WIP)
« Last post by Carl on August 17, 2017, 12:02:19 PM »
Personally don't really like the color scheme but over all it's not bad, I can't avoid it though...

mystery.* (the i to y, and the period)
darkness.* (the period)

Not trying to come off like an ass.

Aside from that I'd suggest trying to stick with a color scheme rather than changing it up or having 50 different colors in the bio, makes it look nicer. What I mean is like, sticking with the white/goldish color theme, or the green and goldish/yellow whatever that color is. Green and purple I'd just ditch doesn't look good together imo, up to you though on what you take from that.

I wouldn't put too much on the characters history and their personality at once in a bio, the usual point of one is to put your character out there while also letting people have interest and find a want to learn about your character. Things like personality will be known just by 1-2 roleplay sessions in most cases with characters, so that is the more likely of the two that's better to put in a bio imo. History and relations with IG people don't really have a place in a bio though, imo.

The relations thing incites pseudo metagame that people won't realize they're doing in most cases, and the history tells us the majority of what your character has already been through, which then leaves nothing to really be learned about your character, or rather, it takes the 'wow-factor' I guess is one way to put it away from roleplaying with you. If we already know most of what he has to offer us, it'll bring less interest to seek you out and learn more. If we just know how he might act and a few things about him personality-wise, that leaves us to decide if we want to seek the character out and befriend them or something of the sorts, and then learning of his history/past is only what he decides to give us ICly. If it's a well written history, then it'll be much more impactful if we learn it ICly than already knowing it going in.

It's kind of like watching a movie where you know everything that happens in it, it's never as entertaining/fun as watching something just as good with only knowing a little about it.

Do with that what you will, hope it helps, if not no worries I pretty much typed it up out of boredom inbetween shows.

It will help in the future, yes. It is still in progress, though; I'll try to make the profile nicer using your tips later.

Mistery was an old version of mystery; I realized its actual meaning is "trade".
Thanks for the information!
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