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Yuanrang

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Yuanrang last won the day on July 26 2018

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About Yuanrang

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    Dura Lex, Sed Lex.
  • Birthday 11/18/1987

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    As close to Hell as you can get.
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    Observing facts, breaking up the pieces, testing limits, using my wits, seeking the key, entering the realm.

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    Yuanrang
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    Retired
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    RuneScape
  • RuneScape God
    Zaros
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    Balanced

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  1. Yuanrang

    The last person to post here wins

    See? Totally sold your soul to afford it!
  2. Yuanrang

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    ...I am fairly sure that some people would argue that being a part of LARP is like being in a cult in the first place, akin to how D&D was devil worship, and what not.
  3. Yuanrang

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    I think D&D got widely popular around 5E (it became less mathematic, more newbie friendly) as livestreamed and/or recorded games became popular on podcasts, youtube and twitch. I think LARP as a concept is cool, but I am really fond of the storytelling and theatre of mind aspects of D&D, so I am more interested in that than the more physical aspects of it. I have looked at a few of the grand European LARP feeds though, and it looks really awesome.
  4. Yuanrang

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    I would have if presented the opportunity to do so, but... D&D was not super popular here "back then" and, I suppose, is not that popular still, but I see more of an availability of groups and players now.
  5. Yuanrang

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    It is different for me, as 5E is the first edition I have genuinely played as a table top game, and not a port to a PC game. I have always been a D&D fan and nerd, but it has been more about reading about it, rather than actually playing it. I took a liking to 5E, mostly because it is pretty simple to get into (and very easy to play through Roll20 if you live in areas with a lack of player availability). It was pretty clear to me that while I like playing, it is demoralising if everyone only cares about combat, and you want that plus.. more. That said, I am drawn more towards DMing as a concept, anyway.
  6. Yuanrang

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    I know a little bit about Ravenloft. There is a (good) possibility that I will run Curse of Strahd for 5th edition for some World of Warcraft guild members, and I have read a bit about it to get some background knowledge and the setting. I like the dark and omnious setting, so I think it will be a great fit.
  7. Yuanrang

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    I am extremely pro-Forgotten Realms too. I grew up with stories from there, so I could not care about anything other than that. Dragonlance, Greyhawk and Eberron means nothing to me personally.
  8. Yuanrang

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    I know that game will likely not release for two years or so, but I am still very happy to know that it is currently in development. I am very optimistic.
  9. Yuanrang

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    What turned me off from "Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order" was the fact that movement animations seemed clunky, and I just find it so hard to see a lightsaber functioning as a baseball bat with no cutting power. There was a part where you see a cut mark on the entire length of a Trooper's waist, and no dismemberment. I get that it would not be very family friendly, but it removes one of those things that just makes lightsabers awe-inspiring. This, however, I am excited about. I have spent the past days trawling through various D&D books to figure out what to buy and set up certain Roll20 stuff for a campaign I am going to run, so.. I am in a pretty big D&D groove now. Plus... Baldur's Gate sequel made by the Divinity: OS creators? Heck yeah!
  10. Yuanrang

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    ...there just was not enough good writing and directing to bring the show to a conclusion at a satisfactory pace.
  11. Yuanrang

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    I wonder if it has to do with settings for various ranks then, or if you have done something to draw the ire of the various settings of the forum.
  12. Yuanrang

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    Try typing a partial code and click the smiley suggestion, rather than simply typing the code?
  13. Yuanrang

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    I would imagine that other people feel the same way.
  14. Yuanrang

    Time or money

    Last week, my neighbour named Sverre died somewhat abruptly while at work, with sudden heart failiure and that was that. He was not very old, and his family did not really have a medical history of heart disease. It just.. happened. I am not entirely sure why, but it has made me think a lot in the past week. When young, you see yourself as immortal and unbreakable, bound for living to the ripe old age of 100, and that is kind of that. Money seems alluring, so why not trade time for money? The last year as a whole let me see the extent of how fragile a person can be, and how important time truly is. I think if anyone went back and asked my neighbour what he would trade for just a year longer, I would imagine he would be willing to go far to pay for another 365 days. As long as the time's worth experiencing, then time ought to outweigh money. If the time you have is miserable, well... speaking from experience... one should do the best with what one has, else... well... you end up as Sverre. ..and that, to me, is the best motivation possible to avoid the call of the Void.
  15. Yuanrang

    This may be the last post I ever make here

    Congratulations on maxing out your stats, and move boldly forward with your life, knowing you were a worthy peer amongst peers .
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