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I enjoy causing trouble in most RPs, however I do get tired of it. I'd define my play style as usually short posts (compared to some people's) with currently not a lot of decisive or violent action, at least in the MV. I saw how that played out. I'm relatively inexperienced at writing when it comes to some things, but I'd say I make a good background character for most RPs. I'm not good at being a protaganist just yet, but I'm working on it.
Always willing to blow something up but for the greater good, of course.
Great fortune to you!
20,482 words written.
351 total posts.
58 words per post.
88 posts per roleplay.
201 average days in a roleplay.
4 universes joined.
64.50 INK received in tips.

Basic Information

Username:
Joseph_Bennett
Location:
Texas.
Age:
14
Occupation:
American Schoolboy
Interests:
Writing, even though I hate how long it takes me sometimes. Not failing Science class. Existentiality, theology, and Philosophy. I like thinking about things more important than myself.
Groups:
Began Role Playing:
0- 0-2018
Favorite Role Playing Game:
Dunno.
Game Master:
Yes
Favorite Setting:
Sci-fi, Medieval, Fantasy

User statistics

Joined:
Fri Feb 14, 2020 2:04 pm
Last visited:
Thu Sep 16, 2021 4:34 pm
Medals:
19
Total posts:
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Most active forum:
Welcome Desk: Introductions & Arrivals
(16 Posts / 26.67% of user’s posts)
Most active topic:
[#beacon]: The Multiversal News Feed
(3 Posts / 5.00% of user’s posts)

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Friendly Beginnings

You posted your first topic in the Welcome Forum.

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Promethean

Successfully created a universe for others.

World Builder

World Builder

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

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Tipworthy

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Author

Author

Wrote your first piece in a universe!

Conversationalist

Conversationalist

Participated in 10 different conversations on the forum!

Group Theory

Group Theory

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Arc Warden

Arc Warden

Successfully created a storyline arc in an existing universe!

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Storyteller

Added over 20 posts to a storyline arc!

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Historian

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Builder

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Greeter

Responded to 10 different topics in the Welcome Forum.

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Inspiration

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2 inactive.
0 completed.

Universes Created

Shattered Lands: 1097

It is the year 1097. The Crusades are half underway when a gateway opens up and creatures long known to exist somewhere else come to our world.

Omega City

A city needs order. Who will bring it?

Most Tipped Posts

5.00 INK received for post #2817415, located in Eastern Wasteland:

The vast deserts of Klendath.

Wastelands, virtually devoid of life.

It was very hard to traverse these deserts by earth, as settlements were so spread apart that it would take much planning and resources, as well as a lot of time to cross.

Very few were capable of it. Many would rather take a helicopter or similar airborne vehicle, as that cut down on the amount of time it took to get from one place to the other.

Here, far east of Whiskey Colony, a group of twelve, a nomadic sort of group, were gathered around a fire as the sun sets. At night, temperatures could get very low. This group of Oberon carried with them on their treaded bikes various supplies, the most necessary of which being water and food. They also carried some firearms, many of them outdated in comparison to the MP series of nanite firearms, but which could still serve their purpose as defensive weaponry. These were a group of Mobile Infantry militiamen, a force of a past age, now converted to basic law enforcement and reserve forces. They are on their way to a bunker in Echo Colony, where they can prepare for the aftershocks of what they think is coming after the news of the Expeditionary Crew.

They give their thanks to the desert as the sun goes down, and then the only thing left is the fire and the stillness of the desert night.


3.00 INK received for post #2813596, located in Yukikaze City:

A bright flash lights up the night sky above Yukikaze City for a split second. Any observant passerby that happened to be looking up and wasn't temporarily blinded would notice stars being blackened out, in a directly straight line coming from the origination of the flash. It seemed there was a single, small aircraft, flying across the night sky.

Aboard the aircraft.

"-procedures for that?" Taylor says, looking down at his control panel, then back up as he notices a lack of light. "What the frakkin hell is this?" He says to himself, utterly confused. "Base? You there? What the hell just happened?" He tries to comm his aircraft carrier, unknowingly in vain. He tries over and over to reach AC-226, his fighter flying almost silently under the night sky.


2.50 INK received for post #2813854, located in Space Station Z Docking Bays:

The Revenge, sitting in the docking bay, had docked itself to the left of the Asylian ship when it recieved the message to all waiting ships that 'Space Station Z was closed to the public'. The captain, AAD-199, briefly wonders (if that's what a quick flash of information processing across the robots' AI circuitry) if there is any danger on board Space Station Z. So he dispatches a small group of three scout androids, armed with disrupter weaponry and fully able to think for themselves, but also able to combine their consciousnesses to transmit thoughts to each other. STA-579, 566, and 429 all walk down the ships ramp, not sure what to expect. They quickly take in the Asylian ship near them and send a message to the captain, who felt something resembling the human emotion of anticipation. The androids then continue to where the Aschen soldiers had literally just been let in, and, uncapable of feeling fear, just stand there, as the lights flash overhead. 566 even waves to NC7-Alpha. Then 429 relays the message to the other two, "Should we continue?" through verbal communication. 579 responds with, "I suppose so." So they advance up to Peter Rovontea.


2.50 INK received for post #2816020, located in Pan'Chek:

The Discovery VII caught the signal, to slight panic of the helmsman that was quickly suppressed. The translated words washed over the intercom of the ship, then the beckoning of Paul to the other Oberon Astronaut. It was quite obvious they had been detected. They weren't quite sure what to do, but quickly decided on cooperation, as they weren't sure of the level of reception they were recieving, but any untranslated communication from here on out would be defaulted as hostility. Making no attempt to move forward any farther or even to send a response to the senders of the signal, they froze all movement. For the first time, Paul noticed a thin line of metallic-seeming objects, but there was no time to observe now. They wanted to show a specific lack of hostile intent, so they only good choice they could make was absolute cooperation. Paul quickly uses his BrainPal interface to put in a quick log of what had just happened. By now, three of the four crewmates were waking up and slowly beginning to regain their senses.


1.00 INK received for post #2816168, located in Eastern Wasteland:

Klendath.

This place was not intended for the weak. It is a barren, desolate planet, devoid of almost all life besides that which has come here.

The planet is almost entirely covered in rock and sand. Most attempts to farm have been met with little to no results. The attempts at terraforming this place will likely take at least a century.

And yet here, the Colonial Marines are in their element.
A military exercise had started. Simple munitions training. Several units of the CDF and the Colonial Union had been placed approximately a quarter of a mile apart at the radius of half a mile away from a capture point, a simple flag. These excersises were not meant to be fun. Each unit was armed with a TMP-35, a duplicate of the MP-35 in weight and shape, the only difference being that it fired ammunition that sent a heavy shock through the opponent. This wasn't the only weapon they were armed with. Artillery was set around the capture point, and set to fire nonlethal explosives, designed to cover the target of it in a sort of paint. The rules were simple. The team to either eliminate all other teams or to hold the capture point for an hour would be declared the victor of the exercise.

The units designated CU-485 through CU-510 were to participate in the exercise. This meant a total of about 150 marines were in the exercise.

About twenty minutes in, about fifteen marines were downed and removed from the exercise.
Another twenty minutes in, a total of 45 marines were downed and removed from the exercise.
At the forty minute mark CU-503 captured the point. They lost it in twelve minutes and were removed from the exercise.
About an hour in, CU-490 captured the point and held it for twenty-three minutes before retreating after a loss of two of their marines.
At the hour and 52 minute mark only 13 units were left and the point was being held by unit CU-487 and was held for a total of thirty-six minutes before all of the unit was downed and removed from the game.

At the 2 hours and 50 minute mark 6 units are left and are engaging in firefights around the mock 'town' surrounding the capture point.

The exercise will continue for another hour.


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Yours Truly,
Joseph Bennett

"I must not fear. Fear is the mind-killer. Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration. I will face my fear. I will permit it to pass over me and through me. And when it has gone past I will turn the inner eye to see its path. Where the fear has gone there will be nothing. Only I will remain."
-Frank Herbert, Dune.