Mr_Piggie, The Wordsmith

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3/19/2018 9:45 PM

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3 wins / 4 losses





Starter of stories, completer of none.

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Earning 100 Points



Recent Posts

Chomper or Stringer? on 11/3/2015 6:46:57 PM

...I'm still trying to get over the fact that you chomp stringers. 

Dear lord o_e on 10/19/2015 4:12:35 AM

School photos. Every. Single. Year.

Fantasy RPG Classes -- Your Favorite Build? on 10/8/2015 8:30:43 PM

For the quiz, I ended up getting the Sound Weaver, which is pretty much a magical bard. 

17% Strength, 8% Bloodlust, 33% Intelligence, 50% Spirit, 30% Vitality and 37% Agility!

By manipulating noise, Sound Weavers are able to attack and manipulate their foes with sound waves. Often times, Sound Weavers will be skilled with an instrument, and they'll use their music along with their powerful light magic to create stunning illusions. Escaping from one of these illusions is extremely difficult, allowing Sound Weavers to keep a safe distance from their foes and defeat them from afar. Their magic can even be used to cloud the thoughts of their opponents and control their minds! Furthermore, Sound Weavers are in harmony with the world around them, and nature responds to the flow of their music, allowing them to gently persuade creatures and the environment to aid them in battle. In fact, Sound Weavers can use their sound magic to manipulate the elements. Although not physically powerful, Sound Weavers are swift, agile, and incredibly skilled with a bow, so they normally attack from a distance; however, expert Sound Weavers can use their sound magic to augment the power and abilities of themselves and their allies. Conversely, they can even use their magic to hinder the powers of their opponents, making the Sound Weavers extremely valuable on any team. Furthermore, they can combine their music with their extremely powerful light magic in order to heal, defend, and cure themselves or anyone around them. Offensively, Sound Weavers can amplify sound in the air to burst the eardrums of their opponents thus destabilizing and defeating them. They can even mute or distort their own sounds so that opponents can't hear them approaching or discern the direction of their attacks.

Which makes sense, I guess. I like playing as stealthy mages, although it depends on the game.

Your First PM on 7/30/2015 9:27:26 PM

viking8779: I'm sorry to tell you Mr Piggie, but Mrs Piggie is cheating on you for Kermit the Frog.

Mr_Piggie: What? NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! That bastard is going down!

viking8779: Dude you can't kill him, he's the main character! Killing main characters is almost impossible

Mr_Piggie: What, that's bull. I'm the main character, thank you very much.

viking8779: Well excuuuuuuuuuse me Mr "Main character" but how many Muppet movies have YOU been in?

Mr_Piggie: ... Shush

viking8779: Burn

Mr_Piggie: *gets out aloe vera*

viking8779: Well, i'm out of conversation topics.

Religion poll on 1/5/2015 10:57:31 PM

1) Theist

2) Christianity

3) None

NightBirdBlue's Contest Entry Motivation Thread on 12/14/2014 5:15:32 AM

Good luck on finishing before the deadline. I'm thinking you might need it. 

Good Manga on 7/14/2014 2:47:24 AM

Judging by what you've already read, I'm not sure if this would be your cup of tea but I really enjoyed reading Full Moon o Sagashite. Oh, the feels... just don't watch the anime. It's nowhere as good as the manga.