Discussion in 'Fall from Heaven Lore' started by Kjaaly, Feb 29, 2008.
I'd definitely be a Balor.
Amurites: A specialist mage in body and life mana (no battles for me)
Blaserelphs: Perpentach's favoured entertainer (im a funny guy)
Bannor: Dead most likely (for refusing to take up arms)
Calabim: A low ranking vampire lord (kissing enough ass to stay safe)
Clan: A goblin worker preferably in a place I wont get stepped on
Doviello: I would be Denataro(sp?) or his apprentice if heroes are off limits
Elohim: A philosopher or a keeper of the sacred places
Grigori: A member of the Ordine Medicos(sp?)
Hippus: A trader, possibly an agent of sorts for mercenaries
Illians: Auric, He's in my head i can feel him!!!!!!
Infernal: An imp (one day a balor will go too far and i will blow his head off with a fireball)
Khazad: A mad alchemist trying to come up with new forms of blasting powder
Kuriotates: A sage lost in the epic library of Kwythellar
Lanun: A barman (everyone knows how much alcohol pirates buy)
Ljosalfar: An archer (im not bad with a bow)
Luchuirp: An enchanter giving that special spark to the golems
Malakim: A priest of Lugus (Wisdom is the only thing I preach)
Mercurians: The angel of my Bannor self above
Sheaim: A Scientist/dimensional mage summoning creatures from hell and building planar gates
Sidar: An adept until i get to level 4 exp. then i cast wane and become a shade free to pursue my interests for eternity
Fall Further Civs
Dural: A university professor
Chislev: A healer
Archos: Just a lowly villlager
Mazatl: A shaper
Cualli: Priest of aggrunon(sp?)
Austrin: A supplies store owner (all travellers need supplies)
There is not "a" between the "n" and the "t:" Dentaro.
That is right as far as the civilopedia says, although I do find it odd that the "Order" in in the ablative instead of nominative case and "Doctors" in the accusative instead of genative case if this is supposed to be Latin. In general anything said to be Patrian seems is actually Latin, but it may be that the words derived from Patrian have lost their proper inflection in the Grigori Vernacular.
Considering that this won't destroy him, or even injure him most likely, this would be most unwise.
By even standards you are.
Lugus is not the god of Wisdom. Wisdom is Sirona's sphere. Lugus is Truth and introspection.
They are close allies though.
Shades require level 6, not 4.
I'd probably have a hand in building the prototype clockwork golem. Though of course it wasn't MY fault when it exploded.
Let's see....if I could pick anyone at all, it would probably be Falamar. He's awesome.
I also keep thinking an adventurer / mercenary for the Grigori.
Also an elvish marksmen / archer.
Realistically, I'd probably be an adept or a sage.
Would love to be Perpentach though.
I could see myself being a Harlequin for the Balseraph.
Unorthadox, good with animals, a bit heavy on the make-up, a little bit of magical skill but never used for constructive purposes. When I'm not busy wandering the forests capturing animals or exploring lairs, I wonder around Jubilee mutating random folk for funzies. As for "Charm Person", well... I could see that being very useful when a girl is about. And if I get that Druid promotion... Dominate... I think politeness forces me to leave those thoughts there
I still haven't posted here yet, have I?
I can see myself as a Sidar scholar. I'm pretty smart, but like to do thing at my own pace, and "eternity" leaves me plenty of time to do so.
I'd be an amurite mage, because i strive for knowledge, even if it's considered "dark"
I've already posted in this thread, but after reading one of the posts above (by Azure-Dreamer) I decided to expand my statement.
Amurites: a janitor in the Cave of Ancestors!
Balseraphs: a FREAK! No, just kidding. Probably a caretaker of the Grand Menagerie.
Bannor: a quartermaster
Calabim: a cook
Clan of Embers: hm... I have a strange feeling that no matter what I choose I'd be Rantine's training dummy, anyway
Doviello: a Beastman?
Elohim: Corlindale's student
Grigori: an Adventurer
Hippus: a Mounted Merc
Illians: a Frostling!
Infernal: I'd probably be in charge of feeding Beasts of Agares
Khazad: Bwaha! Gold! Gold! Goooooold!... A banker.
Kuriotates: a guy in charge of Awakening the Ancients
Lanun: a carpenter. Someone has to repair the bloody ships!
Ljosalfar: a sage
Luchuirp: I'd be in charge of entertaining the golems. Yes, I know that's stupid. But the Luchuirp are a stupid civ.
Malakim: a nomad
Mercurians: Dead. For betraying those uptight self-righteous celestial idiots!
Sheaim: I'd be in charge of the Elegies
Sidar: a Divided Soul
Personally I would like to be a Luchuirp craftsman, perhaps a golem maker, or maybe just an architect.
Would be cool to make semi-magical aqueducts, lifts, huge buildings that seem to defy gravity like skyscrapers.
I want to be the great person MagisterCultuum!
(Do I get points for sucking up? =D)
Brown hair, likes stasis and keeping the status quo. Also likes dependability and order. Loves a cold breeze and snowfall. Humidity also makes my skin itch and I dislike any temperatures over 25 celsius. Can I be anything else than an Illian?
i'd be a mage specializing in mind and nnature magic, occupying one of the highest postioins in Perpentach's court (long live the Momus!!! )
In real terms, Erebus is as cool as dangerous.
But it would totally worth a life in!!!
A magic one, by the way: what other reason to desire to be in Erebus.
So a Amurite Mage is totally my first choice.
Alternatively, Lanun pirate or pearls merchant, sailing in the wind of seas with the salty water in my skin.
It would be very cool if I could do it without being a human too. I would prefere to be elf.
refering to my later post, i would be Perp's Little Helper
Helping his Madness run his insane kingdom.
Now that would be fun
LOL I cannot really understand all of you hailing that madman and his crazy reign...
i just like it all, don't ask why, but i just like it.
Besides, insanity is just something thats part of me, so i fit in naturally with other insane peopel. And i love the circus.
malakim desert trader
hmm, i wonder what Malakims even have to trade. Not many pretty or colorful things in the desert, which is pretty much the only thing i would buy.
The one crop of the desert that comes to mind is that rare desert plant which produces a poison that leaves its victims in excruciating pain that continues undiminished for the rest of their lives, and has no known cure. That is highly valued by the Council of Esus, but its trade is probably very much discouraged by the Empyrean-dominated Malakim.
edit: It also would not surprise me if the Malakim held a monopoly on Erebus's supply Myrrh, considering that the name of their home land is The Dessert of Myrh. This has many medical applications in addition to its use in religious rituals, and in antiquity rarely sold for less than its weight in gold. That could very well be the same in Erebus.
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