Omi the Counselor

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    I don't care how many ideals I have to swear, now I'm all orders

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    Sitting on a rock so big that gravity exists.
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    Scheming, plotting, mulling, devising, strategizing. Codes and secrets.

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  1. I'll probably join this after it gets going a little
  2. (looking at Roleplay count) 17...18...19... Alright, I guess I'm joining this then... half of those are dead anyway...
  3. So, this is basaed off of a thread I made earlier, in which I explained how I gave everyone in Mistborn a french accent for a chapter. I figure this has probably been done before, but I couldn't find the thread, so here it is. These are what I imagine cosmere accents as Horneater (Unkalaki)- Sort of Russian (This mainly comes from the wording that Rock usually uses) Duladen/Herdazian- I imagine these both as a sort of Spanish accent, with lots of clipped endings. Bavlander- Scottish/ Cabbie driver brittish (You know the one.) I can't think of more right now, I'll probably think of more later, but a lot of them are more subtle. (Teoish- Bold speech| Rosharan westerner- softer speech| Veden- loud, similar to Herdazian, but rougher) I was wondering what accents, if any, other people on the shard give various cosmere nationalities.
  4. So I was reading Mistborn, and I just, reading some names (Demoux, Kelsier, the name of those caves with the rebellion), figured, you know what? until the end of this chapter, I'm giving everyone a french accent. I don't know if anyone else has done something like that, but I figured, 'Sure they have. This is the seventeenth shard, after all.'
  5. I mean, it could make it a worse story, but so far, you've done a good job at it. So... I guess just keep doin' what you're doin'
  6. I think the problem is, he can't Preserve or Ruin something individually, because that wouldn't be Harmonious. So he can't Ruin something unless he also Preserves it, which negates the whole thing. (Also, yeah, this should probably go to the Mistborn section.)
  7. That is true. Probably best to tread very carefully with that vein of stuff.
  8. I think it's a shared opinion that it doesn't suck. I'd quite like to see more.
  9. "Alright. What..." Alth paused, "What exactly are... is... 'the job' right now? Money?" He looked around. "I suppose it would be better discussed indoors..."
  10. "Maybe your question was vague," Alth said. Now he was getting into the swing of things, "But morality won't be a problem. Either mine or yours."
  11. Alth gave a slight smile. "I'm not some Windrunner. And even as a Skybreaker, I follow the law as I believe it should be, not as it is. I'm something of an outlier among them". He began drifting down with careful lashings.
  12. Alth sort of stumbled for a moment, but then brought up his steel. He summoned his shardblade, rising a foot or two in the air with precise Lashings, and scorched the ground below him with Division. They couldn't be allowed to see him as weak. "Althara Yuris," He said. A fake name. Smoke rose from his shardblade, a trick he'd learned with Division, exploiting its indestructible nature.
  13. We're... Going to ignore that. *Snap* Boom. Forgotten. We're ignoring it now.
  14. Nobody notices Ire. And that is why they shall win. They've got experience, and maybe so do other groups, but they'll strike right under every single person's nose.
  15. Althara watched the people. Well, here's a good place to start. No worry about morals. He walked forward, removing his mask, approaching them. "H-Hello. Is this- are you- can-" Alth sighed. "I'm...interested. In this... thing". He really would have to deal with his speech if he was going to interact with people.