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Monday, August 18, 2014

Like Clockwork - Comic

Art I commissioned to go along with the story I wrote.


Art by Ibenz009

Sunday, August 17, 2014

DLC - The Sword in the Element

Just a fun sequence I commissioned from Sebastion that goes with the DLC contest concept that just finished up.
One should always double check one kind of kingdom the DLC is for.

Sunday, August 3, 2014

Poll - DLC

The previous poll results surprised me, given the sheer volumn of people agreeing I should hunt some people down. It's tempting trust me, though international travel makes it often not worth it. Anyways I guess we will see.

Anyways a new poll to correspond with the DLC contest.

Contest 2014 results

Only 5 entries but then again only 5 prizes so it works out.

Fuze - I felt the completely accidentally side effect of the DLC worked best. While I knew the class change was coming I didn't anticipate the final result.
Pip - There is no sin level!
Everyone else once again
Fuze - I love bimbo's this is no exception
CCP - Triforce parody was a surprise, couldn't figure it out at first till I read it over.
Story by Melkorios - A fun last minute entry. Probably overly condensed with 4 different characters/tf's but clever.

Myself(doesn't count towards prizes)

Contest Entry - The Faire Magnifique by Melkorias

Last day entry written by Melkorias


Barbie strode back and forth across her throne room, her white heels clicking on the hard stone floor as she paced endlessly, back and forth across the room. Nearby, Tammy sat on her throne reading over one of her favorite scrolls... or was at least trying to; an endeavor that was being made increasingly hard with Barbie's incessant pacing. Finally, Tammy reached her limit and gave an exasperated sigh, taking off her reading glasses and placing them and her scroll on a nearby table.
                "Heavens, dear, what ARE you so worried about?" Tammy asked, motioning to her pacing. Barbie shook her head, looking at Barbie with a glum tired look in her eyes. "I can't help it Tammy.... I'm just so... booooooooooooooooored." she groaned, sounding more like a child than a ruler. Tammy just rolled her eyes. Barbie always got like this when she was bored, but it never quite got this bad. "What do you suggest I do, dear?" Barbie just shook her head again, returning to her pacing. "I dunno... anything! I just... it's soooo boring around here now! Almost makes me wish for the old days as an overlord again..."
                Tammy gave a small smirk, looking through her scrolls for something specific. Barbie was right. Once the wedding was over and that whole debacle with the Fraternity of Evil Knights was sorted out, there really wasn't much to do around the castle. It wasn't long before she found just what she was looking for and gave a small smirk. "Tell me, Barbie..." she said, opening it up and reading over it. "Have you ever been to a faire before?"
                *gasp* "A fair? No I haven't! What's it like?"

*Some time later*

                Fortunately, Tammy's magic made it easy for gathering together the basic neccessities for a faire, and there was also plenty of people eager to sign up for a job in the faire to earn that extra coin, as well as the opportunity to get close to Barbie herself. It was only a matter of time until the faire was completed, the stands were staffed, and all the games were in place! Tammy made sure it had all kinds of awesome and fantastical games to keep anyone happy and entertained for quite some time! Races, Innrock tournaments (which contrary to accusations has absolutely nothing to do with another game based around hearths and stones), DERP foam crossbow shooting galleries, board games, the works!
                What a success it turned out to be! People came from far and why, by portal, griffon, cart, spell, and any other contrived transportation method you could think of to come to the faire, which Tammy dubbed Barbie's Faire Magnifique, in honor to the one who inspired the faire and also who it was for in the first place. And it did not disappoint either, as Barbie couldn't help but be wrapped up in the sheer fun, majesty, and whimsy of the fair, she rode all the rides, played all the games, and ate one of every food she could get her hands on, and she was content, as were everybody who came to the fair. How could such a monumental event possibly be any better?

                Well... divine intervention isn't a bad start.

                Some days later, after the faire was a well established and anticipated event, there was a sudden burst of news that got everyone abuzz. Apparently, a few days before the start of the next session of the Faire, there appeared out of nowhere a large sign right in the middle of the soon-to-be fairgrounds. The sign, which was crafted from the finest gold possible, text etched on in glorious gold and framed by a vibrant crimson silk curtain, contained the following

[Attention Fairgoers - As part of the newest Barbie's Faire Magnifique, we have decided to release a brand new D.L.C event called "Gift of the Gods!" The premise is simple, we ourselves will be amongst the mortals in the fair. If you can defeat us in the myriads of games featured at the fair, you will win glorious prizes. Each prize package includes the following:
                - Brand new class!
                - New gear!
That's right, a new classes and gear just for playing faire games! Of course, we will not make this easy! Gods present at the faire will include:
                - Cruyan
                - Giyalia
                - Idraiob Ettore
                - Lalelulelolestia
So come and test your luck at the faire, and earn glory and sweet loot!]

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