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Arakhor
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Arakhor

Dremora Courtier, Male, from UK

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Daedric Prince of Moderation May 12, 2017

Arakhor was last seen:
Feb 20, 2019 at 7:20 PM
    1. Quackers
      Quackers
      It's really wet and dark Arakhor. I want to move south for the winter.
    2. Quackers
      Quackers
      How's the weather in Gloucestershire big A?
    3. Takhisis
      Takhisis
      Yeap. Works wonders, one can see their inbox and important threads at once. :D
    4. Ekolite
      Ekolite
      Oh you know, just getting on with regular life :p Still I have to check in once in a while!
    5. ZeletDude
    6. Vokarya
      Vokarya
      HUD Color Utility. There was a version included with old versions of C2C, but it's not in the C2C versions I have (I stopped updating around Jan 2013). Once you use it, it alters your colors for all of Civ4. I think this is the latest version: http://forums.civfanatics.com/downloads.php?do=file&id=17360.
    7. ZeletDude
      ZeletDude
      It's Christine O'Donnell in her rightful form ;D
    8. Tahuti
      Tahuti
      One of the most pivotal figures of Dutch history, so I wanted to pay kudos to him!
    9. Harv
      Harv
      "Incidentally, if you click on View Conversation and then respond, it will appear automatically on the other person's wall, so that they know you've responded."

      Oh! Thanks for telling me!
    10. Kyriakos
      Kyriakos
      It should, although it is a rare surname. Even the Byz emperors changed their names so as to not have the same term as the one used as a name of god (eg the various Manuels were originally Emmanuels, but that seems to refer to god).
    11. Kyriakos
      Kyriakos
      It literally means belonging/related to god. For example Sunday, the day of the lord, is called Kyriake here. Dominikos Theotokopoulos, the painter (the so-called 'El Greco') had the same name, but in the latin version.
    12. Kyriakos
      Kyriakos
      'Of the Lord', ie 'Lordian'. It is the same term used for the popular orthodox monk name, although the latter is highlighted at 'o' while my name is at 'a' cause i am the alpha and the omega ;)
    13. JohannaK
      JohannaK
      A whole year has passed. People change. :p
    14. JohannaK
      JohannaK
      Yeah, I could figure that one, I just wasnt sure if some other meaning was meant to be conveyed in the rest of the sentence. :lol:
    15. JohannaK
      JohannaK
      Is there a pun involved or something? I feel I'm missing some meaning...
    16. Tahuti
      Tahuti
      Also, I lately felt the need to do justice to my nick.
    17. Tahuti
      Tahuti
      I find him a truly interesting character. Also, a bit underrated in terms of the attention he gets. Ask people to name a Medieval monarch, and chances are huge it is an English King like Edward Longshanks, if they even get that far.
    18. JohannaK
      JohannaK
      Awww :love:
    19. JohannaK
      JohannaK
      How many other Catalan snob-whatever do you know? :mischief:
    20. Mise
      Mise
      That doesn't surprise me at all!
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