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Forum Feedback / Re: this forum is dead
« on: November 23, 2018, 03:18:15 AM »
Hundo-p it's a bot. There's always 15-20 of them whenever I duck my head in, but no new members so I'm almost certain it's automated.

Forum Feedback / Re: this forum is dead
« on: October 04, 2018, 11:39:27 PM »
Yep, same deal here.

Forum Feedback / Re: this forum is dead
« on: April 15, 2018, 10:39:25 PM »
I'd be down!

Off-topic & Chat / Re: WHERE'S MY VOD AT!?!?!?!
« on: March 22, 2018, 10:42:56 PM »
That's awesome Dred. Still 'round Owen Sound or have you moved up in the world?

Forum Feedback / Re: this forum is dead
« on: March 22, 2018, 10:41:50 PM »
I have an emotional attatchment to this place much the same as you to, Tal. Only problem is that it's a forum about a video game that's 12 years old. We had a great run all things considered, and I'm grateful that Amy keeps the lights on to let us walk down memory lane. I'd love to see the old Facebook group more active though, interact with the people who I spent days talking to and chumming around with on here when middle school wasn't my finest moment. I'm in my final year of University, so time is hard to come by, but I still drop in every couple weeks or so just to check.

Forum Feedback / Re: this forum is dead
« on: October 17, 2017, 09:07:35 PM »
I'll bet ya a case of whatever ya want that we'll hear about Satan starting up his snowblower before that happens, but it's a damn nice thing to dream for a decent SW shooter that doesn't have bonus cards or lightsabers

Off-topic & Chat / Re: WHERE'S MY VOD AT!?!?!?!
« on: August 22, 2017, 04:44:39 PM »
Just got back from three months in the bush for work, setting up for my last year of university.

Role-Playing / Re: The Old Republic: Hidden Fronts
« on: March 10, 2017, 09:39:26 PM »
Peltawu remained silent throughout the impromptu briefing, scanning the hologram and evaluating the local resistance mentally. With new recruits being trained every 3 months, that would mean shortened training cycles, an inability to follow soldiers into the field to guide them in action. Not to mention the implicit high casualty rate of any species that reproduced at such a high volume. Birth rates that high meant one thing: predators, and damned effective ones. As he felt the shuttle pitch downwards into its descent, he shifted his bowcaster across his knees and wiped his sweating palms on his trousers. Space travel rankled with him, the shuttle deck was too hard, had no give, spread every vibration and tremor of the craft through the floor and up through his knees. It was like standing ahead of a boma stampede. Sniffing hard to clear his nose, Byrren set his jaw and checked the safety on his bowcaster, making sure the bronzium switch was flipped to the right to block the trigger. The last thing he needed was an accidental discharge within the first 5 minutes of establishing contact. Satisfied, he leaned forward and tilted his chin towards Thraskan to gain his attention.

"These criminal elements, then. Will they put us in contact with the indigenous populations, or are we organizing an urban resistance and leaving sleeper agents before we even begin a campaign in the forests?" He asked, somewhat tartly. He was a hunter, and while he could fight in the cities and was a better shot than likely anyone else in the shuttle, he'd been brought onboard for rural geurilla operations, not house-to-house fighting and fly-bys on the local Sith watering holes.

Role-Playing / Re: The Old Republic: Hidden Fronts
« on: October 11, 2016, 03:55:07 PM »
Byrren eyed the Chiss carefully as he spoke, reflecting that naming their team after an aquatic predator didn't speak much for everyone being in their element. But he ignored the poorly chosen mascot and placed one hand on his bowcaster, rubbing his fingers along the oiled woshyr wood as he shifted over slightly.

As the Chiss left, he relaxed, then turned to his right as a cybernetic arm extended in front of his chest and the man attached to it introduced himself.

"Gillick Yorvan. Call me Gil." He said pleasantly.

Peltawu took the metal and and shook it. "Byrren Peltawu. Either one works. What'd they get you in for?" He asked, noting Gil's glance at his bowcaster.

Role-Playing / Re: The Old Republic: Hidden Fronts
« on: September 07, 2016, 08:39:39 PM »
Name: Byrren Peltawu

Age: 34

Race: Human

Specializations: Guerilla combat, marksmanship, irregular warfare and trap setting

Equipment: Peltawu is a slight, wiry man, with short dark hair and a long scar on his ribs from an ill-fated charge by a Katarn. He carries a self-cocking bowcaster, a gift from a Wookiee hunting companion, a heavy blaster pistol and a short skinning knife. He wears little body armour, only a sturdy jacket and shin plates, and goes into combat in a pair of worn, stained hunting trousers with his Blood Stripe sewn onto them and a pair of knee high boots

History: Born on Corellia, Peltawu kept away from the circles of the military until his late twenties. Instead, he began a career as a big-game hunter starting from the day he turned 17, when he bought a heavy blaster rifle and a ticket to the Outer Rim. Over the next 10 years, Peltawu became one of the most well-known hunters in the Mytaranor sector, hunting extensively on Kashyyyk. However, the mauling death of a Wookiee hunting companion while hunting a Katarn convinced Peltawu to leave hunting for several years, whereupon he enlisted in the Republic forces, being privately awarded the Corellian Blood Stripe for his actions in a rescue mission on Ilum. Retiring from active duty after 6 years, Peltawu was preparing to return to Kashyyyk to continue as a Katarn hunter and to pursue a Netweaver when the steady offer of pay as a mercenary convinced him to turn his rifle sights back to prey that was far more intelligent.

Off-topic & Chat / Re: what happened today?
« on: March 12, 2016, 05:38:35 PM »
I still pop in to check every once in a while and reminisce, but University's been keeping me pretty busy lately. Always miss the RPs and the old community we had, this was a great group back in the day and I miss it like hell.

Off-topic & Chat / Re: what happened today?
« on: December 07, 2015, 02:10:53 AM »
Just curious, who all still checks in here now and again?

Off-topic & Chat / Re: How's life?
« on: March 19, 2015, 07:25:29 PM »
Well, throughout my lurking I've been at Queen's University studying for my BA in Political Studies and working for a reforestation company in the summers as a Tree Planter (many bears fought, many spruce planted) but this year I've been hired on as a quality checker/health & safety rep. And, as it is the Season of Midterms, I has no life but the library.

Forum Feedback / Re: this forum is dead
« on: February 24, 2015, 08:51:16 PM »
Yep. Silent....watching....not being the first to say anything....that sounds about right for what's left of the forum.

Forum Feedback / Re: this forum is dead
« on: February 11, 2015, 06:29:57 PM »
People are still around, I think. There's just nothing to post about.

Role-Playing / Re: War of the Angedain- Part 2: Dissent and Desolation
« on: April 01, 2014, 01:06:34 AM »
((any interest in reviving this here RP?))

Off-topic & Chat / Re: We need a Revival!
« on: March 03, 2013, 10:13:00 PM »
Especially since the vast majority of us came along around 2008-2010. Let's not forget, most of the Vets here were around 13-16 when they first joined. Now, as 17-19 year olds, we've passed what seems to me to be a middle school geekery phase to become more balanced individuals less focused on youth-oriented sci-fi/fantasy and more focused on intricate character-driven dramas. Ok, Big Bang Theory and How I Met Your Mother, but still. We don't spend every living moment playing video games and trying to learn the Mando'a lexicon like we did when we were 8th graders. Hell, even the RPG Section has flatlined. Granted, I'm an example of a person who has largely abandoned the place (I haven't played a video game when I wasn't at a college residence in almost 3 years) due to interest change, but I think that eventually this place will flatline.  Which is a pity, because I've spent almost 47 days of my life logged in here.

Off-topic & Chat / what happened today?
« on: February 12, 2013, 04:46:10 PM »
So for the first time since the dissolution of the Antipopes of Avignon, a Bishop of Rome has stepped down. Benedict XVI is the first Pope in 600 years to retire. Going to a Catholic School, this comes as a bit of a shock to everyone, since we didn't have school due to freezing rain yesterday. Thoughts?

Earlier this week, we got a little over 2 feet of snow. 2 feet. In one day. Which I promptly had to shovel so we could walk out the the car the next morning. Welcome to -7 Farenheit or -20 Celsius. Mon pays, c'est nest pas un pays. C'est l'hiver. My Country is not a Country. It's Winter.

Oh, and found out that applying for Universities, I have a 90% (4.0 GPA for all y'all Americans) average. Pretty psyched.

Off-topic & Chat / what happened today?
« on: December 16, 2012, 10:45:37 AM »
Busy couple weeks. Got medically disqualified from the Canadian Forces, applied for University, attended my Cadet Sqn's Christmas Mess Dinner (big deal since it's our 70th Anniversary this year, founded waayy back in 1942 and going strong ever since!), and got early acceptance to the University of Ottawa for a Double Baccalaureate in Poli-Sci and Public Administration. For all you Americans out there, the University of Ottawa is a major research University in the national capital (Ottawa, hence the name), known for its science programs and thier major oppourtunities for Poli-Sci students to gain work experience on Parliament Hill (equivalent to Capitol Hill in Washington DC, holds our major government buildings). So yeah, quite excited!

Off-topic & Chat / For those aspiring to join the military
« on: December 16, 2012, 10:33:58 AM »
Got a letter from the RMO stating I don't meet the medical requirements for the Universality of Service. So, Civvie Street for yours truly! Best of luck for everyone who'se thinking of joining, and to everyone in or retired from their nation's forces, thank you for your service.

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