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Re: (Ellisidil) the Eagle of Wilderland - Dan F

Posted: 02 Aug 2019, 18:56
by Ellisidil
noted...and thanks...you can rearrange things as you need

Re: (Ellisidil) the Eagle of Wilderland - Dan F

Posted: 02 Aug 2019, 23:11
by Fieranor of Imladris
Interact as you would were Ed still a part of the group, and I'll try to answer the best I can. We only got a couple of real posts out of him, so it's going to be hard to play the character as though I can write like Ed. No biggie, Glirion will go back to Dale before the next major portion is completed. I need to see whom else needs to post, yet, but that's not going to happen, tonight. I'm pretty sure Jacob is the next to go; he's not writing, responding, or doing anything, so I'm not going to keep him around.

XP for the Break Between Sessions

Posted: 13 Oct 2019, 21:46
by Fieranor of Imladris
Dan,

You've earned some experience points for expenditure; you may increase the following if you like...
  • Riddle to Rank 2 for 1 already in the skill plus 6 general XP, leaving 0 remaining.
 
Again, you are not required to spend anything, this is just giving you options if you would like to.

Re: (Ellisidil) the Eagle of Wilderland - Dan F

Posted: 14 Oct 2019, 11:42
by Ellisidil
thanks Paul...and I am trying to get back to posting in the spot I need to

Re: (Ellisidil) the Eagle of Wilderland - Dan F

Posted: 14 Oct 2019, 16:53
by Fieranor of Imladris
No worries, the story is moving along very well. However, if you get the chance... :)

Re: (Ellisidil) the Eagle of Wilderland - Dan F

Posted: 04 Dec 2019, 17:18
by Fieranor of Imladris
LoreMaster Note Dan, Ellisidil has 8 General XP available to use, as well as some Specific XP, and you can choose at least one of the following to improve...
  • Common Skills
    • You have 7 XP in Healing and you could use 5 GXP to improve it to Rank 4, leaving 3 GXP
    • You have 4 XP in Awareness and you could use 7 GXP to improve it to Rank 3, leaving 1 GXP
    • You could use 8 GXP to improve Persuade to improve it to Rank 3, leaving 0 GXP
    • You could use 5 GXP to improve Inspire to improve it to Rank 2, leaving 3 GXP
    • You have 1 XP in Riddle and you could use 6 GXP to improve it to Rank 2, leaving 2 GXP
    • You could use 7 GXP to purchase any one of the following to Rank 2, leaving 1 GXP: Awe, Courtesy, Craft, Insight, or Song.
     
  • Weapon Skills
    • You have 1 XP in Long-hafted Axe and you could use 7 GXP to improve it to Rank 2, leaving 1 GXP
    • You could use 8 GXP to improve Dagger to Rank 2, leaving 0 GXP
    • You could use 4 GXP to purchase Spear to Rank 1, leaving 4 GXP.
     
  • Masteries
    • You can afford to improve none of these, just now, as most of them require 10 GXP to purchase.
     
  • Valor/Wisdom
    • You can afford to improve none of these, just now.
     
  • Attributes
    • You can afford to improve none of these, just now.
 
Of course, you can also save your XP as General, if you're not sure what you would like to do, just now, or you could distribute points as you like to Specific XP for the next item(s) you think you might want to build up.

Re: (Ellisidil) the Eagle of Wilderland - Dan F

Posted: 05 Dec 2019, 15:30
by Ellisidil
Paul, I would like to really leave everything as it is, but if I were to choose I think I would put mine in spear, just in case

Re: (Ellisidil) the Eagle of Wilderland - Dan F

Posted: 05 Dec 2019, 23:40
by Fieranor of Imladris
LoreMaster Note No problem, we can leave things as they are. :D

Re: (Ellisidil) the Eagle of Wilderland - Dan F

Posted: 07 Jan 2020, 12:00
by Ellisidil
Paul, I am making a guess here with what was said that there are non corporal beings hanging around and that these might start weighing on our minds?

Re: (Ellisidil) the Eagle of Wilderland - Dan F

Posted: 07 Jan 2020, 13:35
by Fieranor of Imladris
Not necessarily. Bryce acquired a new ability for Artorius that allows him to see ghosts, basically. If he makes a Lore roll, he can also determine what their general state is: happy, frustrated, angry, contented, etc. That has nothing to do with the rest of you, though; even Eadnes is unable to sense them.