Narcoleptic Axolotl

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About Narcoleptic Axolotl

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    Brightlord Cadilar, your face reminds me of someone dear to me.
  • Birthday 11/23/2002

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    Dancing, drawing, and math. I fancy myself as something of a good writer, but I haven't produced anything I wouldn't be embarrassed to share.

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  1. @Sandermom, so glad I could help. Stormlight Archive was my intro to Brandon Sanderson, so it's my favorite too. I know my mom loves me, but yes, she tends to show it in ways that don't make sense to me. She and I see everything so differently that it can be hard to get along sometimes, but I've decided that I must be her kid for a good reason. Just, one that I don't understand yet. (PS, what you just did is called a 'double post', which is against online forum etiquette. I don't think it's really a big deal, but I see why it annoys some people. There's obviously no punishment, just letting you know so you can avoid double posting in the future.)
  2. Did he read The Rithmatist? I don't know if this is the right context, but I always liked "The only way to learn is to do." (and the only way to win is to fight. But the second part isn't always as helpful as the first) You might also tie it in somehow with "go and do" from 1 Nephi 3:7. There's also, "I walked from Abamabar to Urithiru." if he did a lot of tracting. Pull anything out of the in-world book The Way of Kings. I don't remember the exact wording, but Nohadon says something like: "When I arrived at my destination, I was fussed over, scolded, and given a hot meal by my relatives, who all seemed to think I was insane for undertaking such a journey." Ooh, and this one would be awesome: "Yes, I began my journey alone, and I ended it alone. But that does not mean that I walked alone." Here, I'll link the page with all the quotes from the book. You can go though and see which ones you think are good. By the way, thanks for being this kind of mom. Really cool move. My mom would maybe think of doing something like this, but I doubt she'd follow through. I've had two older siblings come home from missions and both times, we got to the airport after they landed. I'm hoping it'll be different in my case, but I won't be surprised if the same thing happens again.
  3. Liking of links. Nips having of linking from the this too. Ising of ease for finding the places for saying the say. (Translation: I like the idea of links. How about we also link from this thread to the practice threads? That way it'll be easier to find places to practice.)
  4. Well they could switch to storing weight and, as long as they had a decent anchor, pull themselves out of the way. And @Knight of IronIronIronIronIronIrIrIronIronIronIronIronIrIr (sorry, not sure why my auto-correct is having a seizure) airplanes are made mostly of aluminum. You might be able to find something to pull on, but I wouldn't assume you could actually pull the plane down. More likely your anchor would just rip through the floor and come flying down at you. Hope you have a very thick helmet. Maybe you should make it out of iron and store weight in it.
  5. Having of brightness. Wasing of thinking the nips of the say ising the making of . . . Ah, storm it. I was thinking we could make threads about normal topics, but talk about it only in High Imperial. This thread is stagnating because the only point of it is to learn and speak High Imperial, but why use a language (or in this case, dialect) if you have nothing to talk about? So start your regular threads; your theories, RPGs, and whatever else, but use High Imperial the whole time, and maybe have a note in english explaining that that particular thread is for practicing. Ising the nips of thinking the same?
  6. I know a thing or two about command blocks & redstone, so I could help out with the oathgates once you get around to that. I've already made a few devices in minecraft that have a similar effect, but I still haven't figured out what kind of input is most similar to the way Brandon describes for activating it.
  7. I mean, I can't do faces at all, so this is leagues better than I could've made if I tried. Btw I love the lighting. I can imagine her holding a diamond mark in her lap while she poses.
  8. I think it's a nice addition, but it doesn't imply to me that someone's experimenting. It just makes me think some people don't care about their dogs (which is, unfortunately, realistic). I might've misunderstood the question, but if you want to imply inhumane experimentation, then you're gonna have to try a different approach. That said, I like the note as it is and I think you should keep it in. (Also, pretty sure the word you're looking for is 'entry' not 'entree'.)
  9. At first I couldn't find Adolin, but there he his with the Cobalt Guard!
  10. I'm a big fan of chocolate, so I appreciate a 3 Musketeers. Then again, I also like Reese's peanutbutter cups a lot. Tough choice. I've always liked the story of the golden goose. But if it counts, I'd say my favorite is Beowulf. It's just a really cool story. Somebody made a movie out of it a few years ago, which I watched. I think they did a pretty good job. Rep title? I have no idea. Right now I'm a Babsk, which is pretty cool. I like Vstim, and he's a Babsk. I don't know. I think Mistborn would be a cool title to have. I'm probably more interested in sociology. It's fun to consider the ways in which all people are the same, and what sets cultures apart based on location and time period. That being said, I'm fascinated by the phenomenon of amnesia. For some of the same reasons, actually. You get to see how this one person is the same and how they are different depending on what memories they have and such. Another psychological phenomenon I find interesting is DID, or dissociative identity disorder. It's really fascinating, although how it's caused is very unfortunate; it's when a child goes through extreme emotional trauma and their brain just can't handle it, so it develops alters (aka alternate personalities). SSN: 867-5309
  11. "Well they're certainly not polite, but we find them entertaining. It's hard to find companions as quick-witted as these two. But you already know that; it sounds like you know each other?"
  12. "Speaking of antagonists . . ." Xanatos muttered jokingly, so that the woman couldn't hear him. "And I resent being called 'mere words on a page.' I had a television series dedicated to my glorious exploits." He smirked, already responses to his friends' most likely arguments.
  13. Xanatos selected a wand and slowly lifted it out of the box. With a quick flourish, he pointed it at a lamp, which went dark and promptly started floating upward as if it were weightless. Suddenly, it crashed back down. "That doesn't seem right." Xanatos replaced the wand and picked up another. He figured he'd know he had the right wand when it produced an effect he intended. He waved this wand in the direction of the same lamp, which slid a few inches in his direction, then came to an abrupt halt. "No . . ." He tried a third wand. This time, nothing at all happened. On the sixth wand Xanatos tested, the lamp finally lit up again. By now it was almost unrecognizable as a lamp, but old Ollivander could no doubt fix it in an instant. This wand was short, bright in color, and extremely well polished, to the point that Xanatos could hear a faint squeaking as he ran his finger along its length. It balanced well in his hand, and most importantly, it felt right. "This is the one."
  14. "My vault should be near here." Xanatos responded. Seeing Kelsier's collection of items reminded him of some artifacts from his own world that he would want to use while infiltrating this one. After offering up his second drop of blood for the day, Xanatos watched the immense doors glide open, revealing two large mech suits and an assortment of beautiful jewelry, before a massive mountain of gold and silver coins. Strolling past his coyote and gargoyle suits, Xanatos, picked up a couple of trinkets and scooped several handfuls of coins into a money bag. "That should do it for me."
  15. It looks like crayon. You should make crayon fan art, so I can better see the difference.