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Meteor

I'm coming, and going

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a character in “The Multiverse”, originally authored by RolePlayGateway, as played by lostamongtrees

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We are the world builders and cartographers, the land readers and location layers. We keep track of place; past, present, and future.

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Large sentient space rock

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So begins...

Meteor's Story

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Meteor crashes into the bar thus ending life as we know it.

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Meteor notes it is a talking Meteor and note AC Cloud Strife does not know what godmodding is, and just lulzed.

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Meteor knows it did not force action upon anyone and did not control anyone therefore did not godmod and also, for those who want to say a meteor cannot destroy gambits,the meteor lulzed.

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Meteor notes that people obviously didn't think of using magic to stop the meteor and instead decided to call go mod, which is why it is lulz.

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Meteor now shrivels into a tiny rock a becomes one with the gravel thus being nothing more then a tiny rock.

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Meteor and

The setting changes from gambits-bar to Space

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Meteor hurtles through space

The setting changes from space to Intergalactic Space

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Meteor slowed it's roll through Intergalactic space, gently passing some kind of club from afar. Meteor had no interest, and continued on it's way through space.

The setting changes from intergalactic-space to Wing City

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The atmosphere quaked Terra, but most importantly, Wing City.

As it burst in through the solar system, the Meteor was easily the size of two moons. It's speed was nothing impressive when compared to other meteors of it's mas and stature, but there was something spectacular about Meteor.

There was something sentient about Meteor.

Meteor didn't just travel alone. Meteor traveled in a group of many, a shower as some may like to call. Most of the shower was very small compared to Meteor, only being the size of a computer desk, or dog. Meteor enjoying this shower, for it gave it a large range of gravitational fields to play with while in space.

Today, Meteor had happened to cross Terra, and while eclipsing it's sun, decided to play a little game of Armada. It's roll was slowed, taking easily a full day cycle of Terra to eclipse it, but when it did.

First, it came as dust and pebbles. On remote areas of Terra, pieces of the shower would be sucked into the pull. Meteor gauged this, and quaked inside. It was time to strike, it sensed the large swarming space ships, and wished to have some fun.

After all, space rocks stuck together.

Meteor leaned closer to terra, large chunks the size of cars ricketing into the atmosphere, unavoidably striking the many shuttles that crowded the sky. As the matter coarsed through the atmosphere, it burned up, showering Wing City and the surrounding areas in a light dust.

It had more where that came from, and rotated away from Terra, having had already accidentally shifted a tide of a sea.


The setting changes from wing-city to Midland

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A light dust covered many areas, along with the landing of few car sized meteors.

The setting changes from midland to Terra

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The Meteor approached Terra, coating some areas with a light dust, and wishing to play a game of Armada.

The setting changes from terra to Sol

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ImageAcross the solar system of Sol, far from the gravitational pull of Terra but not yet so far as deep space, a meteor approached.

In the distance it would appear as a speck, hardly significant to any planets in this particular solar system. The target of this hunk of space rock was not a rock near here. However, through Sol did the meteor pass.

It hurtled through the black of space, collecting bits of debris that had lost their momentum, absorbing chunks of the solar system that were too weak to resist it. So it continued, for quite some time, no humans or beings crossing it's path. Perhaps the collected lichen or primitive space bio-specimen every now and then. A mold.

The meteor didn't mind mold. Actually, it had decided during this specific trek, it quite liked mold. Mold was unobtrusive, and was kind of insulating. Not that Meteor had to care about insulating. Space rock tended not to be sensitive to temperate changes.

No, this meteor liked mold. It pondered the exact process it would need to take, as a sentient space rock hurtling through the depths of space, to contact the mold which was living, surviving, daring to thrive on it's very surface. This was exactly what it was perplexing about as far, far away, on the other side of Sol, space ships communicated with each other. Humans and aliens came in and out of warp. People aimed guns, people schemed, people demanded identification. Beings even transported vegetables called Forn.

Meteor continued it's exploit through space, none the wiser to the going-on's of Terra from this distance.

The setting changes from sol to Intergalactic Space

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In the distance, a meteor zoomed, none the wiser to the diabolical plan of the strange yellow God like thing.

The setting changes from intergalactic-space to Eterna

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Far in the distance, a meteor went by.

The setting changes from eterna to Gao Square

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north

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The City of Dis - The Sixth Circle

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MockingBird you and Shimzuka seem to have found a glitch room

The setting changes from realm-of-spirits to Castle Vankoryth

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Meteor was a shooting speck in the distant skies

The setting changes from castle-vankoryth to Gilgamesh 7

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Meteor flew by in the distance as Cassibelle arrived in Gilgamesh 7's Welcome Bay

The setting changes from gilgamesh-7 to Nodiexo: Deep Space

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Character Portrait: Meteor Meteor says,
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The setting changes from nodiexo-deep-space to Kuror Isle

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Character Portrait: Meteor Meteor says,
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The setting changes from kuror-isle to Rolling Plains of Stone

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Character Portrait: Meteor Meteor says,
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The setting changes from rolling-plains-of-stone to Ravaged Beach

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Character Portrait: Meteor Meteor says,
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The setting changes from ravaged-beach to Rainbow Forge

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Character Portrait: Meteor Character Portrait: Iskjerne Vikings Character Portrait: Eras Character Portrait: Asvith Thrym Character Portrait: Fantasia Dvetisic
  1. hey, er, this is really great but please avoid writing for other people's characters. for example the dialogue: that should have been a scene going back and forth between our characters, with the owner of the character (myself) allowed to respond and choose which words she spoke. Otherwise you are forcing outcomes on the character - as it doesn't belong to you, and even though you know her intentions, you don't know what I would have chose to have her say.

    by lostamongtrees
  2. thanks for remedying the issue - beautiful setting post

    by lostamongtrees

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Brunni the Steward rode over Mount Daya from the northwest, riding a brown horse with one white sock and a black mane. He was holding a flagpole, waving a white banner bearing the black raven symbol of the House of Munso as he headed through Rainbow Falls on his way to Rainbow Forge with a message from Sigurd Hring, the King of Iskjerne Bay. Brunni the Steward travelled fast at a full gallop, his horse's iron-shod hooves kicking up small pebbles and dirt as it left a cloud of dust in its wake, pitter pattering up the rocky trail towards the forge. Brunni kept his boots in the stirrups, holding on to the horse's saddle and reigns for dear life as he nudged the equidus to go faster, traveling close to 55 miles per hour up the mountainside. "Hyah!!" he shouted, giving the leather reigns a light snap. Brunni looked up towards the cloud covered sky just in time to witness a break in the overcast. There above him on the horizon were four enormous giants getting ready to fight as a green meteor sailed across the sky, appearing from Sundance Lake before disappearing over the mountaintops towards the Kadota Empyrean Coast, while high above the clouds Brunni could notice a pinkish wing-shaped nebula.

As he turned his eyes back down towards the rocky road in front of him, Brunni suddenly noticed a young girl running up the path in the far distance. Fantasia Dvetisic ran back to alert the rest of Rainbow Forge of the arrival of Brunni, humming an age old tune as she went. She had snuck away to a cave not far off which had fantastic acoustics and was returning before anyone took note of her absence. Or so she hoped. As she arrived at Rainbow Forge, she would immediately notice all the commotion and chaos as hundreds of workers, builders, inventors, alchemists and blacksmiths were scrambling around, extremely busy with their labor trying to restore the viking's production facility. They were so busy in fact that nobody even noticed she had left. Brokkr the Smith was walking around issuing orders and giving commands when he finally noticed her. "You there... girl. Don't just stand there, get back to work!" he shouted before walking past her to go yell at someone else.

The Falls were noisy and busy as hundreds of Viking general workers, miners, lumberjacks, builders, craftsmen, smiths, woodcarvers, metalworkers, inventors and alchemists continued hustling around Rainbow Forge in an attempt to advance the isolated Old Norse civilization. Some were pushing wheelbarrows, while others were driving animal wagons loaded with wood, metal or stone. Still others were hitting their two-handed pickaxes against the rocks, extracting all kinds of precious metals and gemstones while the laborers carried these basic elements back to the factories to be studied, purified, tempered and polished. The lumberjacks were busy at the sawmill, prepping the large wooden tree logs delivered to them by convenient sleds, ropes, pullies and lumber wagons from the nearest forest. The alchemists were also hard at work in the medieval laboratory, mixing potions, grinding different stones and metals into fine dust, and experimenting with different medicines, pigments, tinctures, chemicals, bleaches and hair dyes, soaps, oils and alloys while many skilled craftsmen and inventors would tinker with the Taiyou technology they had stolen in an attempt to reverse engineer it, or re-invent similar technological advancements using their own primitive Viking Age technology.

But the most impressive sight to behold at Rainbow Forge were the blacksmiths, woodcarvers and metalworkers, who spent countless hours, days, weeks and sometimes even months to perfect their Viking arts and crafts. They would carve large pillars and thick wooden doors, or wooden statues, dragon-headed ship prows, oars, wooden masts and beams, chairs, benches, wooden tables, bowls, cups, forks, spoons, ladles, tool handles and arrow shafts, spears, small children's toys, crude nautical compasses, Hneftafl board game pieces, spoked wheels, snow skiis and anything else which might serve the Viking civilization. The smiths had replaced the broken Rainbow Anvil with a newer one made of harder material and were hammering away. They created intricate round viking shields and precious expensive swords made of wolfram and crucible steel, tempering the fine flexible blades in the back of Brunnard's workshop using hand-powered fans and air pumps to keep their fires burning constantly at the perfect temperature. Two blacksmiths would work together to keep the fires burning at a constant fixed temperature, coating their bricks with mud and clay while alternating and juggling the task between them so that the fires would never stop burning, even if one of the smiths took a break. The kilns were baking porcelain and clay while the furnaces were red hot with glowing embers as metalworkers put hammer to anvil, sparks flying from the tedious process of removing impurities such as excess carbon while adding new alloys together with the hot iron ores such as nickel and chromium.

Inside the yellow workshop with the bright red painted door, towards the large warehouse in the back, craftsmen were using their loud heavy machinery to make all different kinds of objects from various metals that had come in from the furnaces. There were copper wires, springs and coils, gold bullion slabs and silver bricks, iron rings and chains, steel plates and frames, wolfram axe heads, spear heads, arrowheads and shield bosses. The workers used wooden molds or stone molds they had whittled or chiseled out to pour in liquid steel for their casting process. They fashioned simple nails, knives, hollow pipes, helmets of various types and styles, brooches from naturally occurring electrum, belt buckles, brass armbands, stirrups, bracelets, necklaces, crowns and rings. They crafted simple sheer scissors, combs, toothpicks, tweezers, wine pitchers and jugs, metal washers, bolts, nuts, screws, tiny teethed wheels and gears. All of their finished products would either be stacked and stored neatly in the warehouse for storage, or else loaded up on the many wagons going to and from Mount Daya to Iskjerne Bay.