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- Posts: 2462
- Joined: Wed Dec 29, 2010 11:10 pm
- Gender: Female
- Species: Canine
- Location: Athens,still staring at the parthenon
Ex:My Ivelese Character.
If you would like one of these smiply tell me and put a link to the character you would like me to do.
If you are not satisfied than you don't have to pay for it, but if you are than simply pay what you feel it is worth.
I am however sorry to say that my lack of skill leaves me hopelessly terrible at medieval styled clothing so your Medieval character may be wearing modern clothes. Also I am only able to do one character on a thing.
- Posts: 413
- Joined: Sat Dec 11, 2010 10:48 pm
- Gender: Male
- Species: Wolf
- Location: On my ship, the Rocinante, wheeling through the galaxies
Oh, and very nice job with Ivelese; she looks perfect.
Join me on the RP discussion channel on IRC: http://widget.mibbit.com/?settings=bf36 ... la-Serious
I'm an admin there, so don't be trollin' while I'm around.
"It is easy for a statesman, whether he be in the Cabinet or the Chamber, to blow a blast with the wind of popularity on the trumpet of war, warming himself the while at his own fireside; or to thunder orations from this tribune and then to leave it to the musketeer who is bleeding to death in the snow whether his system win fame and victory or no. There is nothing easier than that; but woe to the statesman who in these days does not look around him for a reason for war which will hold water when the war is over." - Otto von Bismarck
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