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Shard the Gentleman

Member Since 03 Oct 2011
Offline Last Active Yesterday, 10:12 AM

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In Topic: Sonic Mania Discussion

24 April 2018 - 08:09 PM

Well, it's been awhile but Sonic Mania Plus is coming! I hope you're all excited as i am.

In Topic: The Visitors - Sign Ups and Discussions

24 April 2018 - 07:49 PM


Ooh I haven't done a roleplay in so long and this sounds very interesting!! 


Name: Aurora Elizabeth Korlov (Ro to her good friends)


Age: 18


Gender: Female


Appearance: attachicon.gifCrown_Final+(1).jpg

(This is more for a face reference but she wears a lot of soft colors and her hair is usually down or braided when at work)


Human Skill (Athletic, Intelligence, etc): Musically talented, Book smart, blends in


Personality: Aurora strongly dislikes being the center of attention and avoids it at all costs. She is easily flustered, and is always overthinking situations. Ro finds comfort when shes exploring the places books have to offer or lost in her music(Ro enjoys playing songs for her friends). She's kind to everyone and is guilty for giving people second (and third chances). She believes everyone has kindness in them and it just takes a little work to bring it out of them sometimes.


Bio: Ro's parents died in a car accident when she was five years old. Luckily her grandparents lived in the area and took her in. Though she is grateful for all they've done she can't help but feel like a burden, just someone taking up space. Aurora works part time at a cafe were she serves food and plays her music, she helps pay the bills and puts some money aside to eventually move out after school. 


I hope this is okay! 


Happy to see people coming back to the RP section! It's been kinda dead lately and I've been hoping to see a resurgence.

In Topic: The Visitors - Sign Ups and Discussions

23 April 2018 - 07:16 PM


Seems interesting. Lemme give it some thought, I just got a job that might take up most of my time (not that it's a bad thing), so I'm going to have to see how my availability is.

No worries! I also have a job that takes up a lot of time so I understand.

In Topic: The Happy Journal (Sign-ups and Discussion) (Always Open)

03 April 2018 - 05:07 AM

Me: Lol I'll come back tomorrow
Also me: *disappears for months*

Sorry guys. I guess I can announce this RP officially dead, unless anyone wants to have a reboot of some sort, but I'm not looking to "continue" this specific RP as it is.

In Topic: Book/Novel suggestions?

21 March 2018 - 07:49 PM

There's a quite decent series by James Patterson you might like; Maximum Ride. It's about these teenagers who are part bird, and used to be laboratory subjects under experimentation. It's among the darker side of things, but certainly not too dark! 


I will forever enjoy the Animorphs books, by K.A. Applegate! If you like animals and science-fiction, then I highly recommend you give these books a read!  These kids, with advanced alien bio-technology, can turn into any animal they touch. The good and bad alien species are very interesting too. The Hork-Bajir (fearsome looking reptilians but not dangerous and eat tree bark by nature) and the Andalites (blue and tan centaur aliens that created that bio-technology) have been my favorites. Towards the end it gets realistically dark, such as how perpetual war badly affects soldiers... I didn't like how it ended on such a cliffhanger, but I've reread the entire series at least twice.


There's this cute fantasy adventure novel by Tad Williams, that has primarily cat characters in it. I thought it was adorable. It's titled Tailchaser's Song. It's about this ordinary cat who goes on a journey to search for his lady cat-friend. It's a tad lighter than the two series I've mentioned. Very good. I'll want to read this book again someday.

I actually LOVE animorphs! I've been reading a crap ton in the last few months!