About me: Name: River
Gender/Pronouns: Non-binary, They/them, she/her. Either work.
Alias: Quite a few, ask and they might tell.
Species: Human, formerly, Fragment Weaver
Alignment: Chaotic Good
About: Fragments, not something that makes a lotta sense less you have a mind for them. Fragments, being worlds in essence, that are trapped within a singular gem, a weaver takes these fragments and pulls strings to conduct a story like a symphony. River enjoyed the stories they told with friends, and loved the chance to make an adventure out of exploring the things they loved. Music, art, history. From telling the stories via rolls of dice around a table, the fun was always had. Now, she could do the same, with a little aid from others in a more extreme way. Something they had always wanted to do.
Warning, Weavers are strong in their own personal world, though they are more fair outside said worlds. Don't come if you're not expecting some wildness.
Sweven said he's probably going to do "Ahhhh! Real Monsters!" That old Nick show that did Monsters Inc. before Monsters Inc. was a thing. He said the focus there would be the division between monsters who liked that humans had fallen into despair and others who knew they were all boned.
Now THUNDERCATS IS A SHOW I KNOW. Not the revamp sh*t they pulled, but the old school stuff. Used to come on Cartoon Network when I was younger.
This will be a very interesting world to turn ass backwards. Honestly the funniest sh*t is just that my character is very normal, like, generic pretty teenager. And she's going to be running around with f***ing He-Man fighting a bat demon thing with magic animal powers. Like brah, this is the tier of absurd I was hoping to capture.
I admit to knowing next to nothing about He-Man, save for the meme where he has his head back and there's rainbows behind him. But it sounds like it could work. I've honestly refrained from asking Holly because I don't want the story to be strictly just hot women running around and I know she'd whine if she had to be in a male focused world for too long so maybe I made the right call. I know Skeletor is more of a joke villain, but if he got a boon from Darigan, he could actually be something scary. See, it's a rough draft but already you've captured the spirit of what I am aiming for.
So this universe will actually have our main MLP world as a part of it. It's sort of like every cartoon world has a bridge somewhere in it that will allow people to cross over to other worlds. It's all linked by these bridges. So at any point, anything can cross over with any other thing. The connecting fiber is these are mainly cartoons.
Lord Darigan is looking for a way to undo a curse that has been placed on him and his people. Once he was a pacifist king who never fought and never had a proper military force. Then one day, the magical orb that gave his land prosperity was taken by an enemy kingdom, who corrupted it with their selfishness. While Darigan eventually managed to reclaim it, the corruption in the orb cursed him and his land, turning him into a skeletal monster, driven mad by the desire to cleanse the curse. This is where Hope comes in. With enough hope, miracles can happen. Darigan however has spent so much time under this curse that the hope of the world of Neopia is not enough, and he requires more.
So he went into other worlds, using a massive black magic powered spell to rip out all of the hope from each world, allowing them to fall to despair and villainy. Hope can be restored, but it takes one awakening something they still care about, and rekindling the desire to make it come true, and it has to be for a non selfish reason or goal. Once Hope is restored to a character, it will manifest as an ability of the writer's choice. The plot will focus on going to each world to restore Hope, and defeat the villains Darigan has charged with ensuring no one gets close to him. I hope for each person to pick a character from a series that no one else has, so that they can personally write how corrupted their world is, so no one feels the world they live in is TOO scary, like was the case with MLP. Form a party of heroes, restore hope, beat the bosses, and eventually make it to Neopia to confront Darigan at his citadel.
The Prismatic school? I have no idea. I did just look it up. Sounds like my style. But when it comes to cards, I can't even call myself a neophyte. So if you're willing to mentor, I'm willing to listen. Every skill gained doubles the chances of success.
It's been a while since I read his work, but I intend to brush up on it. I'm doing so while I obtain other skills of the mind as well. Things useful in multifarious scenarios. Your world? You've opened your Weaver Realm to me? Alright, I'll be sure to drop by. Practice? As in a sparring match? What do you propose we study?
By the Will shall All Paths be revealed. The only question is how? The only option is to lay back and observe. It seems Elizabeth has its attention now. We may derive some useful info from their exchange. If your enemy is of choleric temperament, seek to agitate. Vorinclex, at least, seems to have that weakness. It might be useful against him in the future.
Phyrexians are immortal. It means they can wait forever, plan forever, and otherwise are immune to any problems of.logistics that could be caused by the passage of time.
It means their perceptions are not the same as other mortal beings. They can act, they can wait. They can do tiny things, like with that rat Vorinclex just infected, and then just kick back and wait for the effects to become irreversible.
It means they don't need to do big, loud, obvious things to achieve their objectives.
They are like a disease. They infect and then wait to become absolute.