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What would your Chalklings look like?

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I'd draw a bunch of storm clouds, which could shoot their own lines of vigor!  MUAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!

If that wouldn't work, I'd draw Godzilla.  He's pretty cool.  Or maybe Trogdor.  Burninate those peasants and knights!

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Mine would look like stick figures with sticks, they would probably wander around aimlessly.

Or swirling clouds of death, that incubate stars.

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I would make a stick.

And the Terminator, of course.

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Comic figures with lots of colors. And I'd be very insistent on proper pigments.

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I'd probably bring a 30 ft. Dragon or something along with me. Or maybe a penguin. an adult penguin though...

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My teacher always told me to stick to what I know. So I would proberbly just draw stick figurines.some would be tall, some would be fatter, some would be short, and some might even have hair!!!!

 

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I would probably draw the simple budgie (with scarf) I sometimes scribble. That, or the random tesselating shapes I make and think would look great in crossstich or longstich.

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My chalklings would look like millipedes, quick and fast to get past the enemies defenses.^_^

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If there are a lot of chalklings around you and you have to get rid of them quick, just draw a bomb. Then, in your brief interlude, draw Adonalsium. Game over. You win!

#op

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20 hours ago, Lord Bookworm said:

If there are a lot of chalklings around you and you have to get rid of them quick, just draw a bomb. Then, in your brief interlude, draw Adonalsium. Game over. You win!

#op

Don't know. Your circle would be down, I guess. 

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3 minutes ago, Alfa said:

Don't know. Your circle would be down, I guess. 

Chalklings take one hit. Lines of forbiddance and warding can take more damage. And besides, what can't Adonalsium do? I mean, someone who's basically God can defend someone, right?

 

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15 hours ago, Lord Bookworm said:

Chalklings take one hit. Lines of forbiddance and warding can take more damage. And besides, what can't Adonalsium do? I mean, someone who's basically God can defend someone, right?

 

I'd draw the sixteen. I guess that might be enough. It would take more time, but... good luck with Odium and Ruin teamed up with Honor and Preservation against you.

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My chalklings would be in the shape of the slice of the Mandelbrot set that my profile pic has.

 

322px-Mandel_zoom_00_mandelbrot_set.jpg

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10 hours ago, Extesian said:

My chalklings would be in the shape of the slice of the Mandelbrot set that my profile pic has.

 

322px-Mandel_zoom_00_mandelbrot_set.jpg

Certainly an interestring (and beatiful) choice, but what properties will it have?

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9 hours ago, Alfa said:

Certainly an interestring (and beatiful) choice, but what properties will it have?

One property would be that it would take a looong time to draw. Unless you can generate chalklings by mathematical function. Otherwise it's a fractal so, um, I'm not sure, perhaps dazzle the enemy with the beauty of a structure of increasing complexity? 

I may need to brush up on my Rithmatics :)

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On 5/10/2017 at 3:28 PM, Lord Bookworm said:

If there are a lot of chalklings around you and you have to get rid of them quick, just draw a bomb. Then, in your brief interlude, draw Adonalsium. Game over. You win!

#op

Even if Adonalsium had a clear form (not so clear), and you knew what it was well enough to draw it (unlikely), whatever's powering Rithmatics is not going to be able to power the real thing, so most likely it'd do its best, and give you something whose capabilities are completely unpredictable.

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On 5/13/2017 at 0:39 AM, Extesian said:

One property would be that it would take a looong time to draw. Unless you can generate chalklings by mathematical function. Otherwise it's a fractal so, um, I'm not sure, perhaps dazzle the enemy with the beauty of a structure of increasing complexity? 

I may need to brush up on my Rithmatics :)

The more detailed the Chalkling, the smarter it is?  It's been a while since I've brushed up on those particular rules.  Judging from general shape, I'm seeing a scorpion/horseshoe crab hybrid.  Given that scale is no object, that would mean your fractal chalkling might be best suited for a tank role, something to tie up incoming chalklings while you aim your Lines of Vigor at opposing structures. 

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A cow for offense, a cow for defense, and cow just to have around

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little flash symbols. i draw them everywhere.  yes i would  draw little flash symbols and unleash them on you! MWAHHAHAHAHAH

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I think mine would be eyes, odd as that sounds. Whenever I start doodling, I automatically draw eyes. I never draw patterns, stick men or objects etc and get bored once I'm done with the eyes and just end up with a really creepy page just it's been possessed by Wrath lol. 

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I wouldnt use chalklings, execpt maybe on defense, im way to unartistic and anylitical If posible, i would just use lines of forbidance and lines of vigor, becaue they have a similar effect on lines of warding and chalklings, take less time, and dont require complicated commands.

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