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Randal

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  • Birthday 01/06/1998

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  1. Randal inwardly winced at the misunderstanding that was forming between Nakata and himself. He decided that maybe should try to avoid complicated scenarios as much as possible with this person because they seemed to take things a little too seriously and not know how to be on the optimistic side about people since he did choose to believe that Randal was mocking him instead of trying to comfort him. “Maybe he acts in such a way because he does not need comfort from me”. “Wanna come with me to Taran?” Randal asked pensively, not sure if the other player who seemed to be rather content
  2. As though he had not heard a single thing that the player named Hirru had said, Dwayne looked at the ground pensively, the only thing he was considering was whether or not they could leave right at this moment. All players were able to notice that on his visage was the feelings of fear and apprehension before it was overcome with a smile. “Alright, let’s not waste any time, Dwayne, Uncle, you will be coming with us right? “B-b-but of course, quickly then, let’s go!” Randal looked at his equipment and decided that even if there were some dangers on this floor, it was the fir
  3. Almost like the threads of fate had finally decided to spin for Dwayne, his call was finally answered, and good things came in spades, with three other players all deciding that they were interested in his call to arms. Randal openly waved and reciprocated the lady’s enthusiasm, which seemed to brim even though the situation might have been a little more grim than she knew. The green haired player was much more interesting that anyone else that he had ever come across, green hair was an incredible rare trait to have among people in the real world so for someone like that to exist in
  4. “Hey, has the system ever prompted you to pick up any skills related to drawing, I really expected more of the game.” “look here,” Randal said as he went to his inventory and pressed on the button that could turn objects that were in his inventory into real objects and showed Nakata the book. Inside was a listing of different plants and animals that could be found around the various floors. “…don’t worry about it, we are all a little funny in our own ways.” Randal looked up at the hill that Nakata pointed out and compared it to the map and realised that the destination of the other p
  5. Randal was not oblivious to Nakata’s icy gaze nor his solitary attitude but found it to be among the more unusual of reactions that happened when Randal introduced himself. Most players had been able to quickly form groups or rely on each other to improve their chances of survival, usual they were more of a cautious flavour, but Nakata was not cautious, he was, uncertain, not of Randal per say but of himself and whether he knew how to carry a conversation. “Do you perhaps sketch everything and everyone that you come across?” Randal asked while matching Nakata’s pace. The player’s actions
  6. Randal was returning from the Forest of Wavering Mists; his body still damp from the water vapour that continued to cling to his body. As he ventured deeper into the centre of the Aruyt. Glancing above himself at the gigantic trees that mottled the landscape upon which the Faune built their accommodations, he appreciated the serenity in the air and pushed his way forward. Tranquillity was always the prelude to chaos, the town centre located at the base of one of the bigger trees was the home to the warp crystal and many inns made for players. Randal had not noticed before, but the words c
  7. “Alright, I’m sorry for sounding a little rough with ya, too much can happen to people who are unprepared. Personal experience agrees.” “It would make me feel better to accompany you, but maybe not for too long, I saw something interesting dashing away earlier. It was red in color and dashing really quickly so let me know if you see anything like it will ya? Randal had been on his way to Taran Village because of a quest that he received at The Rusty Dagger, the local inn at Urbus. While he was there, a bounty had generated on one of the boards for a Bandit that had been acting as a
  8. Day 37 (55 exp) Randal used attempted 9 crafts and failed 3 times. (27 exp from ATP and CAT) He managed to salvage 2 of the failures, using up 7 materials in total. (5 exp) He made 9 Meals. 10 T3E1 Meal (15 exp) 0 T3E2 Meal (0 exp) 3 T3E3 Meal (8 exp)
  9. “Please, it was a lucky hit.” Randal said wryly, even if it were the truth, Randal knew that not a single person would believe him after seeing what happened. Physics is one thing, but stats are another. While the distance that Randal flew was a cause of concern, the astronomical statistical difference between Randal and the ox was over 24 levels apart. The other player quickly dodged away from the rampaging ox and left Randal to deal with the beast himself. The battle was quickly completed, and a purple notification popped up for Randal to overlook the loot and exp that he had received.
  10. Overhealth x2 Mitigation x3 Accuracy x3
  11. The evening breeze could not lighten the heat that the sweltering virtual sun was beating down on Randal. The trees tried to branch overhead and cover the poor man but was not able to do so adequately enough as he slashed a wild ox that was lumbering gently across the field. Behind him virtual trees were decimated as Randal bull-wrestled the beast in submission. This was not an unusual occurrence when fighting larger beasts on the higher floors but it would not take very long for the Cardinal system to register the damage and to quickly repair it, bring all the trees and debris back to th
  12. Placeholder Quest Info Lvl 26 Randal Info HP 520/520 | Energy 70/70 | Damage 18 (+2 SA) | MIT 20 | ACC 3 | EVA 4 | LD 6 |
  13. Listening the Aru and Melissa talk about how they all had experience or another with martial arts from outside the game made some modicum of sense when thinking about it. At this stage of the game, it was almost certain the those that remained alive were mentally and physically stronger than the rest, having been able to outlast other players who could not bear their circumstance and opted to use death to escape and others who were not able to deal with the monsters well enough. “What are your plans once we are done with this? I had heard that after they advance party cleared one of the h
  14. Randal and Nemo soon parted ways and Randal watched as Nemo closed the wooden doors and left Randal to his own devices, while this was not considered a home, Randal was given permission to make any adjustment he wished as long as it did not harm the integrity of the room. He specifically mentioned not to try to break down any of the walls. Randal put down his items and laid down on the bed to face the ceiling and was soon fast asleep. The comfort that an actual bed brought Randal was far higher than that of the sleeping bag he used in the stables outside the castle and as such could not r
  15. Before the bed was a ornately carved wooden chest where Randal could store his inventory if he so wished to do so, thought with the weightlessness of the player’s inventory, he probably would not find any need to use this one. Randal turned to face Nemo and thanked him. This caused Nemo’s face to light up with appreciation for Randal who was showing great courtesy towards a room that by Nemo’s standards was too bare. Of course, this was the standards of a former dragon so it was hard to normalise the idea that this was sufficient for a human. Nemo explained once more that this room n
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