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[IC] Put your completed characters Here.
...Just what the title says.
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Completed sheet in the signature.
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Vidar approaches your drinking table, looks you in the eyes, and slams down a piece of parchment scribbled with small numbers and words. Across the top it says "Character Sheet."
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Valdi leans over his brothers shoulder and tosses his on top.

"Hey brother, that wench yonder has been staring at you all night. What did you do?"
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Eran opens the door and tries to find an empty chair in this inn.
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Nexendia takes a seat at a table and then a tiny winged dinosaur climbs from one of her cloak's pockets and hops up on the table in front of her.  The little beastie complains bitterly and loudly about the lack of nibbles.  Nexendia smiles, orders him a small... no, better yet a large bowl of fruit.  It looks like they will be staying awhile.

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The one on the right looks almost real! I think I just failed my will save...
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A gaming group started in late 2005 when several members (from all over the world) came together on a long-running forum website called Plothook.net (formally known as Highmoon.net). Several games transformed from a by-the-book format to highly modified versions that became new hybrid systems with completely custom rules and abilities. Ten years later, these faithful players wanted to secure their work and their stories, becoming the basis of these forums.