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Griese Lightning member of RPG for 3 years

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245,030 words written.
505 total posts.
485 words per post.
101 posts per roleplay.
175 average days in a roleplay.
5 universes joined.
0.50 INK received in tips.

Basic Information

Username:
Griese Lightning
Location:
Somewhere over the rainbow
Occupation:
Amateur writer/Student/Professional Procrastinator
Interests:
Writing; Drawing; Singing; Voice Acting; Sleeping
Groups:
Favorite Role Playing Game:
Tree of Savior
Game Master:
No
Favorite Setting:
All of them. At once.

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Tue Dec 20, 2016 1:04 am
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Fri Jun 07, 2019 4:13 pm
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Author

Author

Wrote your first piece in a universe!

Conversationalist

Conversationalist

Participated in 10 different conversations on the forum!

Arc Warden

Arc Warden

Successfully created a storyline arc in an existing universe!

Storyteller

Storyteller

Added over 20 posts to a storyline arc!

Historian

Historian

Created an arc with 100 or more posts.

Novelist

Novelist

Wrote over 80,000 total words!

Promethean

Promethean

Successfully created a universe for others.

Friendly Beginnings

Friendly Beginnings

You posted your first topic in the Welcome Forum.

Recruiter

Recruiter

Succeeded in sending an invitation to RPG that was accepted!

World Builder

World Builder

Created your first non-default location in an RPG universe!

Lifegiver

Lifegiver

Created a character in an RPG universe.

Visual Appeal

Visual Appeal

Awarded for adding an avatar to your profile!

Universes

2 created.
0 active.
2 inactive.
0 completed.

Universes Created

The Great Pancrepe Divide

Where pancakes are "dark" and crepes are "light". (Private roleplay with OstrichBurgers, feel free to read along!)

Muses of Midgard

Art is on the decline. Who better to fix it than some bored muses? (Private group roleplay between me, OstrichBurgers, theamyzing, haruka.san, and crimson mystery cake)

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"I resent that!" Kisaragi snapped. "My talent is very useful, thank you very much."

"Everyone, let's please not pick on each other!" Himura insisted. "Even if a talent seems pointless, that's no reason to pick on anyone!"

"Are you saying my talent seems pointless?!"

"If we're already being mean to each other, then we'll never actually succeed at this psychological experiment." Himura gave a decisive nod as if what he'd just said solved everything. "Right! Well, I don't really remember a whole lot about myself...I can't even remember if I have medical knowledge, haha! But I'm willing to do whatever you guys want me to do! If you need someone to run errands and stuff, I can do that! And, and...I can reach stuff on really high shelves!"

"His talent is clearly more useless than mine," Kisaragi decided.

Aimi tried not to eavesdrop too much on Yamada and Saito's conversation. Every word Saito said was too true--no one here knew how to fly, they didn't know where they were, and the odds of this place having everything they needed was unlikely. She wanted to believe that Susugihara's plan was going to work out, but...

But...it is more likely that before any of this can happen, we are all going to die.

There was no use dwelling on it. She tried to focus in on the antics going on around her instead.

Someone began whispering again. Aimi glanced over at the Ultimate Ghost.

She made a series of hand signs.

Aimi had no clue what they meant and figured it didn't matter.

"Why don't I run the complex, figure out where everything is, and draw up a map?" Futami suggested. "I'd be happy to! Runnin's fun for me and I can doodle well enough. Uh, it might not be up to scale, though..."

"I could alter it to scale," Susugihara offered. "If I knew exactly how many miles were between everything, at least..."

"No problem!" Futami winked. "I've got a patented distance-measuring system! I know exactly how fast my fastest mile is, so all I gotta do is time myself running between the buildings and calculate everything based on how long I took!"

Susugihara blinked. "That's pretty impressive, but somehow it feels like it leaves too much room for inaccuracy..."

"Well, it's better than nothin', right?"

"That's the spirit!" Himura began to hum, heading towards the door. "Alright! That's a plan, right? Ooh, and I bet the dorms are super cool. I'm gonna go check out my room! Let me know if you need anything off a high shelf!"

Aimi found herself oddly grateful for Himura's optimism even if it was a bit grating. At least he seemed cheerful.

That's what we need right now. We just have to relax and think about this in terms of positives.

"Do you want any help getting Ikeda to the hospital?" Aimi asked. "Otherwise, I think I'll go to my room for now. We should all try and take time to relax as best as possible...if we're going to be living here, it'll be helpful to actually enjoy being here."