Quote from Slavan K. Guiser »With a post count like that, I think we'd accept just about anyone. There are a few exceptions. You must be one of the following
One - A foodie. Whether it's eating or making, we'll accept it.
Two - Involved in Creative Endeavors. It can be drawing, writing, sculpting, writing music, playing music, building things.
My anecdotal evidence disagrees with yours! EXPLAIN THAT!
Quote from patredwoodRecently I've been on a lot of Dominion and Magic at the table, with a spattering of Scrabble and Arkham Horror.
I'm intrigued by Words with Friends, is it strictly an iPod/Pad/Phone type of application, or could I get in the mix with just a computer somehow?
Quote from Slavan K. GuiserWhat did you think of the writing excerpt I posted in the last one?
Quote from PichoroMan, I put my interest out there, then got distracted. This time, I'm going to subscribe to the thread to keep me involved. Sorry, I'll try to pay better attention this time.
Quote from Emo_PinataI've been a friend of you guys since MTGSalivation, and will continue. I love talking about games and food.
Quote from Aurora IlluminaI don't play that many games, but I do play Rock Band, mostly playing Guitar and Pro Keys (and have eventually got passed Roundabout). I usually like word games as well, like Bookworm Adventures. (Random intersection - I once found the word ROUNDABOUT from the sixteen given letters. I was playing with about five people total watching and helping look for words.)
(PS. Has anyone listened to my 12-minute midi yet?)
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Darkpool Cutpurse B
Creature - Merfolk Rogue [Common]
Whenever Darkpool Cutpurse deals combat damage to an opponent, that player discards a card unless he or she pays 1.
Curses from the depths always go after the unprepared.
Avenger of Luminance W
Creature - Human Elemental Soldier [Common]
Avenger of Luminance enters the battlefield with a +1/+1 counter on it if you have 10 or less life.
The greater the emergency, the brighter her laser shines.
Quote from Slavan K. Guiser@Aurora: I did listen to it as well. I'll be honest: it was very beautiful, but it lives up to its namesake as looping. Too much looping. I felt it slightly repetative, even in its beauty, without a complexity of rhythym or note harmonics to make it differentiated for each other. It seemed like a play on melodies, but without the aural contortion necessary to make it entirely successful. It was still quite enjoyable to listen to, but would be moreso if it were around 5-6 minutes in length.
However, I do think you managed to successfully make what you were shooting for in several short pieces that blended together with little transitions. Also, do you use a keyboard or just go straight on the computer in writing it, Aurora?