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Character applications [Sep. 9th, 2006|02:13 am]
PsyClone - A Star Wars Republic Commando RPG
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From: famira
2006-09-09 07:47 am (UTC)
Your name: Famira Damaris
Email: shampoo_famira@yahoo.com
AIM: Famira Damaris

Character being applied: RC-1136 "Darman"
Journal name: http://famira.livejournal.com
Short physical description (N/A if clone):
Short psychological description:
Personality wise, Darman is optimistic and grounded in confidence in his abilities as a soldier; he takes a matter-of-fact pride in his demolitions abilities, although, as all clones, he's been flash-instructed and run through live-fire training exercises on Kamino. He seems to have a bit of a fascination with Jedi (one in particular), but remains unware that his "fraternizing" with Etain has unexpected results.

Example of a first-person post (at least four of five sentences):
The Coruscant mission really was something - I can see it in the other Omega's. Niner's all business, but Fi seems to be acting a little strange, might have something to do with Atin. Will have to ask.

Example of a third-person post: (Snippet from another RP, but enough to give an idea of how I RP, I guess. xP I usually make longer posts though in LJ RPs)

Darman knew, in a fashion, how it felt to have someone actually show concern for your well-being. In his case, he was so used to the opposite that he found it startling, jarring, even, to have someone ask what he honestly thought or felt. But civvies took it for granted, so being nice was pretty important to someone like Azel. To Darman, being nice meant he didn't get shot and killed today. Or tomorrow.
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From: smartest_mouth
2006-09-09 04:03 pm (UTC)
Perfect Darman! I just want to ask: are you sure you want to use your own journal to play? Although there's technically no problem with it, it was assumed that people would create a new journal for the character, one with a snarky name that catered to him, and a set of icons to use in the game.

I just want to make sure that's what you want. If you want me to use "Famira", I'll go ahead.
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From: famira
2006-09-09 09:12 pm (UTC)
Oops, sorry. I thought you wanted the player journal. I'd live to use http://pforplenty.livejournal.com for Darman. :)
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From: smartest_mouth
2006-09-09 09:26 pm (UTC)
Alright! If I've done this right (you're the first one I ever do!), you should be all set.
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From: smartest_mouth
2006-09-09 04:12 pm (UTC)
Indeed, it seems an acceptable ratio currenly to have one or two non-Republic-Commando characters. And while I love reading General Grievous, I'm just worried about one thing, for your sake: you might not get to interact a whole lot with the other characters... I don't want you to end up feeling left out.

Was there another character? One that might be with the clones? There are still so many RC ones. Having one of the Null boys might be interesting, as well as having Skirata, or one of the Jedi. And there's always the quest to simply complete the Omega and Delta squads themselves. Just missing three!

Or if we can find a plausible explanation why Grievous would be interacting with the clones...
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From: smartest_mouth
2006-09-09 08:00 pm (UTC)
Aw I'm sorry it couldn't work out. Wish we had two Scorch'es. Maybe we should clone him? eheheh
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From: oh_sev
2006-09-09 11:43 pm (UTC)
Your name: Rin
Email: Liotale@yahoo.com
AIM, MSN or Skype name (at least one): AIM: Rinyavie; MSN Liotale@hotmail.com

Character being applied: Sev
Journal name: oh_sev
Short physical description (N/A if clone):
Short psychological description: Kind of a loose rocket who has no problems enjoying his job and doing it to the best of his ability. Likes things that blow up because they're fun, and feels exhilirated in the heat of battle.
Example of a first-person post (at least four of five sentences): I'm holding the DeeCee and looking down the sniper scope, waiting for the bugs to be in just the right place before I can start shooting. This kind of precise work should be someone else's job; I prefer charging in and shooting. But we can't always get what we want, and I still get to blow the beasts out of the sky, so I'm happy.
Example of a third-person post (at least four of five sentences, in a narrative style, as if from a RC book): Sev crouched behind the wall, rock steady hands holding the DeeCee as he stared down the sniper scope at the Geonosians. He could hear Scorch ahead setting the charges, and Boss and Fixer were getting ready to charge into the next room. It was his job to watch the very distant enemy, make sure they didn't get close enough to take notice of the squad, and take them out if they did. And Sev was very good at his job.
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From: smartest_mouth
2006-09-09 11:49 pm (UTC)
...and one more! We're on our way!
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[User Picture]From: arkatrine
2006-09-10 09:44 pm (UTC)
Your name: Arkatrine
Email: gsablack@msn.com
AIM: Arkatrine

Character being applied: Lord Mirdalan
Journal name: flyingstrill

Short physical description (N/A if clone): Mird has six legs, and is covered in loose, dull gold fur and almost always drooling. Mird is about a meter long, and has a large mouth filled with very sharp teeth. Mird is also androgynous, so it isn't either male or female.

Short psychological description: Mird is a hunter by nature, and enjoys stalking his prey almost as much as he loves being with Vau. Ruthless and childlike, Mird is as clever and derranged as his master, and will gleefully pounce on who (or what) ever he's told to.

Example of a first-person post (at least four of five sentences): Must observe little old man. He doesn't like master. Might hurt him like before. Must observe scarred young human. He still seems agressive to master. Must look for allys.

Example of a third-person post (at least four of five sentences, in a narrative style, as if from a RC book): Mird walked around Vau slowly, careful not to trip him, though still very quickly. One of the young humans said something, and from his tone it was supposed to be funny. Mird sensed Vau didn't like it, so Mird didn't like it either. Mird needed to watch him for Vau's sake.

(Walon will be along shortly, just gotta finish his application)
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From: smartest_mouth
2006-09-10 11:56 pm (UTC)
All looks good and I've already added you to the main page character list, except that your LJ account of flyingstrill doesn't exist yet, so I couldn't add it to the community proper. Let me know when you've created and I'll finish it up.
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[User Picture]From: tehjai
2006-09-10 10:24 pm (UTC)
Your Name: Jai
Email: jai_muise@hotmail.com
AIM: Jai With Broom

Character being applied: RC-1262 "Scorch"
Journal name: exploding_wit
Physical Description (n/a if clone): Sexy, just like all clones.
Short psychological description: Scorch is an extremely happy-go-lucky soldier with a vaguely morbid wit who lives to do his job. He finds what he does immensely thrilling and a little bit fun - and he knows he's good at it. His attitude ranges from fun-loving to cocky, and all the levels of arrogance in between. In short, he's a fun guy to be around.

Example of First Person Post (at least four or five sentences):
People have always asked me why I have a thing for explosives. Why blow stuff up, they ask, when you could shoot them instead? My answer to that is that a shot to the heart is neither as loud nor as brilliant as a hunk of thermal going boom. Or it could be that I just love to see little bits of people and droid fly everywhere. Whichever. Take the pick that makes you feel best.

Example of Third-Person Post:

Scorch dodged the severed head of a battle droid, looking over his shoulder and smirking as he watched it bounce.

"See?" he said to nobody in particular over his comlink. "Droids do bounce!"

"Would you -" He could hear Fixer's voice taking on its oh shut up NOW tone.

"Can it, yeah, yeah. Lighten up, would you?" He launched himself forward, Deece in hand, blasting a few more droids out of his way. His target was a large steel door that was about ten metres ahead. Scorch breached this distance easily, and actually found himself whistling as he took a charge from his belt and fastened it to the door. He pressed his fingers to the det, engaging its timer sequence, and moved to the side, pressing his back against the wall. Fixer and Sev were on the other side, likewise covering themselves from the blast that would come. Boss stayed a little bit out front, ready to shoot whatever lay on the other side of the door.

All in a day's work, Scorch mused as the charge went off, and in they went...
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From: smartest_mouth
2006-09-10 11:54 pm (UTC)
Alright, you're all set!!
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[User Picture]From: arkatrine
2006-09-11 02:30 am (UTC)
Your name: Arkatrine
Email: gsablack@msn.com
AIM, MSN or Skype name (at least one): Arkatrine

Character being applied: Walon Vau
Journal name: solemn_vau

Short physical description (N/A if clone): Tall, menacing, and cadaverous, Vau is a severely imposing character. He wears black Mando armor and has very short gray hair.

Short psychological description: Like a hurricane, Walon is fierce, violent, yet frighteningly calm. Though the only thing he truly loves is Lord Mirdalan, he does care deeply for his Commandos, and even cared enough to teach them how to survive. Though he was successful, some question his methods.

Example of a first-person post (at least four of five sentences): Well, things could have gone better. They could have been worse as well, so there's no need to complain. Poor Mird'ika was injured, but not badly. I'm quite proud of how well Mird did. I'm proud of Atin as well, how determined he was to complete his goal. At least he still knows what I taught him.

Example of a third-person post (at least four of five sentences, in a narrative style, as if from a RC book): Walon dropped his bags heavily on the floor. Mird jumped slightly at the sound, but settled quickly. After his last job, Walon was ready for a break. A bit of a "vacation" for a while, he might even stay on Coruscant, and keep an eye on his Commandos. That would be interesting.
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From: smartest_mouth
2006-09-11 05:10 am (UTC)
I cerainly hope he'll be staying on Coruscant!! Well both your characters should be all set. ...as long as LJ can process my command to add them. Seems a bit quirky... But should work soon.
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[User Picture]From: kinofsimon
2006-09-14 07:24 pm (UTC)
oh, also, I'm going to be busy the next few days, as I'm going camping this weekend, packing next week then heading back to college next weekend, so I apologize beforehand if I don't post immediately
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From: smartest_mouth
2006-09-15 12:02 am (UTC)
That is fine, I'll also be away from the computer until Saturday evening, likely. Have a great time camping, you lucky doug!
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[User Picture]From: rootytheroot
2006-09-21 08:56 pm (UTC)
Email: tesar_sebatyne@hotmail.com
AIM, MSN or Skype name (at least one): tesar_sebatyne@hotmail.com on msn.

Character being applied: Fixer
Journal name: elevenforty
Short physical description (N/A if clone):
Short psychological description: Second in command of Delta Squad, Fixer is an extremely driven and focused man. His by-the-book nature and dedication to the missions at hand mean he is often described as a "model soldier". Fixer doesn't use his squad mate's nicknames - instead referring to them by their numberical designations. And he often has to tell Sev and Scorch - and occasionally even Boss - to can the chatter and press on with the mission at hand. Not a social being, Fixer finds solace in kit and tech - which he has a great love for - after all, he is the Delta's slicing expert.

Example of a first-person post (at least four of five sentences): The Cheif's taken Six-Two and Oh-Seven around the other side of the Sep outpost to try and draw off the battle droid forces, and judging from the sounds coming from the other side of the courtyard - and Six-Two's gloating crackling over the comlink - it's quite some diversion. There are only a few clankers left on this side of the building, and I deal with them with my Deece's sniper attatchment before sprinting forward to reach the side of the outpost. The console is easy enough to find - it's lit by a deep red backlight. Blocking out the sounds of carnage and gunfire, I let my fingers take over and begin jacking into the Sep's computer mainframe. A few moments later and the red light shifts into a bright green glow. "Chief, the doors are open. Inform the Omegas and then get out of there. I'm heading to the rendezvous point. Four-Oh, out."

Example of a third-person post (at least four of five sentences, in a narrative style, as if from a RC book): Whilst the rest of the commandos - Deltas and Omegas alike - had headed out to Monument Square for a bit of sightseeing, Fixer had instead gone straight to the Arca barracks armory and picked through the several crates of gear labelled "New Aquisitions" - tech and weapons that had been 'liberated' from fallen Separatist soldiers and shelled-out Separatist warships. Now, he sat in his room, playing with a disruptor-pulse rifle. Half of the deadly weapon lay in pieces on the floor, and the other half - the half containing the weapon's beautiful focusing crystal - sat cradled in Fixer's lap, as he scrubbed away carbon scoring and dirt from the device. Who needs to see the sights, he thought, when I have everything I could possibly want to see here? Some think mountains are beautiful. I think this is.
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From: smartest_mouth
2006-09-22 04:12 am (UTC)
I think so, too. Alright, mister 1140, let me add you and you'll be all set!
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