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If you were a rithmatist

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So if you were a rithmatist, what would you be like, what would be your name, what kind of powers would you have(when I say powers I mean the kind melody has), what would you look like, what would be your back story, what kind of chalkings would you draw, what would be your beliefs, basically if you were a rithmatist who would you be, also ps when you are answering humor is always accepted, but please try to be a little realistic, because I doubt they would have Pokemon chalkings

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IDK, I would love to be a great dullest, but also a scholar.  starting off as someone like Nalizar then going to someone like fish.  I don't have much time so I can't say about my backstory.  (Srry) I also draw mythological chalklings such as Dragons and devils as well as demons.  (LOL)

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Hmm... Devils and dragons, well if those were your kind then you would probaly want to go with a more offensive strategy

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I would draw Pegasus, millipedes and speed creatures.:P

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Just be good at everything (by that I mean moderately good at everything without being great at anything), but be able to do chalklings amazingly well, like Melody but actually good at drawing defences etc.Even if the opponent were good at drawing defences, you could just draw a Jordan defence and draw knights with shields and jousting poles so that they can defend themselves but also attack from a greater range than a spider/animal. Defending chalkling would also have this, so that they could do the same thing. Chalklings drawn to absorb attacks would carry wall so that they could also block attacks from chalklings. Then, as the match went on, I could draw a better defence during a wave that my opponent had trouble defending against, since they wouldn't be able to attack me. Thus, I would be able to win almost every match I'm in. During the Melee, it would be better to just start off with a good defence and start drawing chalklings without having to worry about my defence too much. This, again, would make me very hard to beat. Of course, an all-rounder like Fitch might be able to beat me...

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Dude I'd just make a heck ton of chalkings and make PREFORAMCES out of them doing cool things. Like, spend ages on a chalking's glyphs and figure out how to make it dance. :)

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I'd be the guy who finds it easier to make a good nine-pointer than a six-pointer, because I know enough math for the construction.  (Making a nine-pointer can be done with just the ability to bisect arcs and find the point opposite a given point; six-pointers require trisection.)

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I would have  spent a long time trying to find other patterns for that Silencing line, like one that absorbs light instead of sound, or amplifies it instead... Or something.

I'd be a Christian from Bonneville who believes that Rithmatics are just science that nobody understands yet, and totally unconnected to God.

Rithmatically, I'd specialize in lines of Vigor and Revocation and would be an expert on the angles they deflect at, and would try to figure out how to make a chalking that could deflect them. I would create my own defense, a combination of Eskridge and Taylor.

My special ability (if I had one) would be the ability to draw evenly and quickly, which would help with firing of quick lines of vigor and drawing a starting circle.

As for my name, I'm going to go with Kirk or something.

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I've already thought about my Rithmatic strategies, and I'm pretty sure I would be someone who creates a basic line of warding, then surrounded it in Lines of Forbidance. Then I would use a bind point to surround my shape in a giant chalkling, that would drag my line of warding around and assault other people, essentially making a mobile base from which I would fire off lines of Vigor and Revocation. That's about it for my strategy. My only interest in Rithmatic theory would be for battle, and I would have spent a long time in Nebrask.

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I would draw tanks and soldiers with machine guns. I might even get really good at drawing nuclear bombs. I would practice drawing super man. Sonic the hedgehog would probably be my speed based chalkling.

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  1. I would practice art for the next year
  2. I would make the most intricate chalkling ever made
  3. I would attack a random village, then move on to another, terrorizing the country
  4. Then I would kill the chalkling, becoming a hero
  5. Then I would do it all again somewhere else
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I would make futuristic soldiers in powered armor and particle accelerator rifle. Sad thing, they would not shoot, they'd just bash each other with their rifles.

Also, I suck at drawing, so I would make a poor rithmatist. I'd stick with being a chemistry teacher.

Though now that I think about it, I have a few unruly classes that could use lines of silencing. And some kids who enjoy throwing objects while I am turned. I could box every student in a line of forbiddance and draw lines of silencing all around. Would be great.

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If this works, like a theory a while back, I would actually do this:

Learn to carve, then carve out a huge block of chalk, making a giant 3D chalkling.

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If I were a rithmatist I'd carve a 3D chalkling to protect the world from Ark's.

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I would be an unruly rithmatist that was somewhat a troublemaker in school, but is fascinated with the possibilities of lines of Forbodance.

I mean, it's a forcefield, imagine what you could do with it! Can I draw it on a chalkboard and swing it at people? What if I draw ascending flat lines on a wall, to make invisible stairs? What happens if I draw a line of forboding when something is above the line already? Will it be pushed away or cut in half? If I draw a line of forbodance on a stick and set down the stick, then if somebody pushes on the forcefield will the stick move? --Does force translate from the forcefield to the chalk to the material?

There are so many cool questions! I would be a scholar of sorts, but more focused on application than on theory.

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On 4/1/2019 at 9:33 PM, Ammon Kunzler said:

I would be an unruly rithmatist that was somewhat a troublemaker in school, but is fascinated with the possibilities of lines of Forbodance.

I mean, it's a forcefield, imagine what you could do with it! Can I draw it on a chalkboard and swing it at people? What if I draw ascending flat lines on a wall, to make invisible stairs? What happens if I draw a line of forboding when something is above the line already? Will it be pushed away or cut in half? If I draw a line of forbodance on a stick and set down the stick, then if somebody pushes on the forcefield will the stick move? --Does force translate from the forcefield to the chalk to the material?

There are so many cool questions! I would be a scholar of sorts, but more focused on application than on theory.

So i think that LoF lock the object in place. I believe if you drew it on a chalk board. The boars would be locked in space-time by the LoF. 

 

Pretty much what im trying to say is the LoF is the anchor not the chalk board. Kinda like a the "Immovable Rod" from Dungeons and Dragons

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If I were a Rithmatist I'd probably just end up surrounding my house in needlessly complicated defenses. I'd also be really trash at drawing Chalkings, but very very good at drawing most of the other lines. 

I'd also be super unorthodox.

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If I were a rithmatist I'd never get anything done because I would just draw chalkings constantly for no particular reason just to watch them move and animate themselves. I mean, I already have constant urges to draw fancy wolves and dragons exclusively and all the time. 

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Assuming I had to go into rithmatics in some way I'd likely be a scholar (as I'd be hopeless in a duel, my hands shake when I get nervous) looking into the origins and roots of rithmatics, researching new lines etc. Any chalklings I draw would probably be fairly basic, mostly dogs. Maybe I'd find a way for things like swords to function as chalklings or other inanimate objects.

Chances are I'd be like Melody in my attitude towards it but with a little more interest. At the risk of sounding like a child I didn't ask to be a rithmatist yet everyone things they know how my life should be just because I am.

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I probably wouldn't be a very good rithmatist. I'm bad at devoting myself to things, so I'd be subpar, but interested in non-battle applications of rithmatics

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