Continuum II: C’hi Powers, Part III

Introspection and C’hi Powers are well known for their relationship to the martial arts. At it’s most basic, this opened a special option for the “Mystic” category of basic martial arts maneuvers – C’hi Channeling, which boosted the user’s effective level for the use of Introspection and C’hi powers by +1 per level up to a maximum of +7 levels. The first level counted as three martial arts options, each level after that cost one additional option. This, of course, weakened the mundane effectiveness of such styles, but greatly boosted the effectiveness of any C’hi powers used with them. Higher level characters would still win a fight due to their far greater power reserves, durability, and advanced skills – but at least it took a few rounds and so allowed promising youngsters to be effective speed bumps, just like they are in martial arts movies.

Really high-end “martial arts styles” – the sort of stuff you find in over-the-top martial arts comic books where the characters shrivel people to dust with a touch, shatter small mountains, shapeshift, fly, and otherwise act like super-heroes and super-villains – tended to consist of little more than a list of Introspection and C’hi powers and ways that the style typically combined them. For example…

The Poison Claw Style was an exotic and almost entirely offensive form relying on hand attacks, usually from a crouched position.

  • The techniques most commonly included as a part of the style were Intimidation (an Introspection ability), Biofocusing, C’hi Drain, Eagles Claw/Crushing Claw, Hastening, Metabolic Control, Plague Carrier/ Poison Touch, Whirlwind/Whirlwind True, Amplification (Strength), and Sensory Stun (another Introspection ability).
  • Common combinations included the signature “Poison Claw” attacks (Hastening, Crushing Claw, and Poison Touch), exhaling deadly clouds of plague or toxins (Whirlwind and Plague Carrier or Poison Touch), ripping minor enemies apart to terrify others (Intimidation, Crushing Claw, and Strength Amplification), finger-snaps so powerful that they could render every one nearby blind and deaf (Whirlwind True and Sensory Stun twice), absorbing enemy toxins or encountered diseases to add to your own arsenal (Metabolic Control and Poison Touch or Plague Carrier as needed), and so on – with each adept developing their own preferred list.
  • Overall, the style tended towards swiftly crippling groups of opponents – making it easy for friends and allies to deal with them. It didn’t work so well on major opponents, since they were often highly resistant to the user’s abilities.

It didn’t bear much resemblance to the acrobatic, ice-based Glacial Wind Style (using Polarity Shield, Projection/Psychic Lance, Biofocusing, Dim Mak True (focusing on heat and cold), Binding (encasing opponents in ice), Iron Fist, Will Shield, and Acrobatics). The Glacial Wind could inflict impressive amounts of damage, but ran more towards “close with the major opponent and entrap him or her long enough for your friends and allies to take him or her out”.

Black Lotus Flower Style was focused on deception, rapid movement, and energy transfer, relying on hand strikes for offense and evasiveness for defense. It’s basic techniques included Sensory Stun/Mirage (introspection again), Kinetic Aura/True, Hastening/Ghosting, Light Foot, Acrobatics, Iron Fist/C’hi Pulse, Shockwave/Chiburst, Transfer, Natural Empathy/Vital Points, and Missile Deflection/Evasion. It was used to confuse and delude masses of enemies, keeping them striking at phantoms while the user took them out one by one with cheap precision strikes.

Stalking Death Style employed Persuasion/Mesmerism (an Introspection ability), Unpresence/Psychic Camouflage (more Introspection), Hypersenses, Vibration (used to shatter bones, open locks, stun with a touch, and combined with Resistance to allow brief intangibility), Resistance (Vibration), Precision, Focused Mastery (Stealth), Light Foot, Acrobatics, and Evasion/Vanishing – basically focusing on becoming a living shadow, capable of mesmerizing guards, passing through walls, walking through a crowd unseen, seeing in darkness, and bypassing all kinds of defenses.

And there were many, MANY, other styles. Pretty much every C’hi-using character came up with their own if none of the existing ones caught their eye. They didn’t always do a good job the first time around, but they could always pick up a new technique or two and retrain their list of personal maneuvers to do something a bit different.

Storm Weaver Style was a “natural disaster” style, focused on turning the environment into a whirling tornado-shield and firing masses of material like a cannon – whether loaded with grapeshot or solid projectiles. It could also generate shockwaves, hurl or turn aside avalanches, and devastate areas – although, it was very power-intensive. It was very much a niche style, since – for the most part – if you really wanted to battle armies and tear up the landscape there were major psionics and several kinds of magic that did it at much lower cost. Unless you were in a martial arts / C’hi powers ONLY campaign there wasn’t a lot of point in this.

Seven Finger Jitsu Style focused heavily on introspection, vital points, precision, and projected strikes – to the point where a master generally stood around with their arms crossed and entirely hidden within their billowing sleeves, making subtle finger gestures inside those sleeves to invisibly inflict various injuries on their opponents. It’s chief advantage was being set up to use almost no power. A master could pretty much keep it up indefinitely and often didn’t even appear to be doing anything but sneering at their opponents. On the other hand, it focused on individual targets, wasn’t overwhelmingly powerful even then, and wasn’t terribly fast in dealing with those targets. Rather like Darth Vader’s “Force Choke”, it wasn’t an especially good way to deal with an onrushing horde or a giant (and likely resistant) monster. Fortunately, adding in a few area effect options made it much more effective for adventuring purposes, even if it did kick up the power costs.

And to get back to the ability listing, here are the last of the…

C’hi Techniques

Plague Carrier: This technique allows the user to maintain, and adapt to, the presence of various virulent microorganisms in his bloodstream and tissues, releasing them thru the capillaries in his skin at will. While potentially very useful, this can have gruesome consequences when/ if something goes wrong. As a side effect, this grants near-total immunity to anything already present in the user’s bloodstream, and a fair degree of resistance to new “acquisitions”. “Poison Touch” allows the user to adapt similarly to carrying exotic chemicals in his / her bloodstream, including various poisons, drugs, and corrosives. However, unlike micro-organisms, chemicals are not self-replenishing. This ordinarily limits the user to whatever he / she has recently ingested. Further improvements include the ability to produce various chemicals internally, to selectively modify the organisms living in your blood (This usually means creating a resistant or weakened strain, but further improvements may allow genetic modifications) – and the ability to create antidotes, vaccines, antibiotics, and counter-agents, for the stuff you’re circulating in your blood. Perhaps sadly, this technique has a reputation as bad as, or maybe even worse then, Dim Mak. Even the occasional healer who specializes in the curative aspects of this talent will generally be regarded with grave suspicion.

Power Block: This handy technique allows the user to link an offensive technique with a defensive one, a trick which allows the user to block an attack using a technique such as Auric Shunt and strike back with the same, “defensive”, action. The advanced version allows the user to surround himself with an aura carrying the effects of another technique, which will affect anyone who touches the user. Unfortunately, unless this skill is otherwise improved, this has to be a technique that would normally affect another person. Further improvements could involve that aspect of the technique – but more commonly involve things like extending the radius of the effect, extending defensive abilities to shield a radius, or making such an effect a reflexive action.

Precision: This technique heightens the users fine muscular control, providing a substantial bonus on any action involving fine work or precise action – such as missile fire (especially thrown weaponry), striking at openings and joints in armor (reducing the protection it gives) – and when striking from behind or by surprise. The bonus is usually around +3, but it only applies if the user is attempting a precise action, in which case it usually compensates for some of the penalties. This ability is especially formidable if combined with some of the other psychic abilities – such as Vital Points. The advanced version further refines these techniques, increasing the bonus (to +5) and assists the user in any technique involving fine control of his or her nervous system and personal energies. Any bonuses with weapons due to this technique are not cumulative with “normal” martial arts skills. Further improvements may involve things like doing micro-precision work, perfecting the ability to stand absolutely still, working faster, and enhancing the users martial arts skills.

Projection: This deadly technique allows the user to link his own bioenergy field with his targets – and then transfer the effects he generates internally into them. Obviously enough, the auras of the user and the target must be in contact for this to work at all, and it’s much easier and much more dependable if the targets physical body is within the user’s aura. This usually limits this technique’s effective range to (Dex) feet. Worse, the concentration this requires generally means that using this technique requires two actions. It can be a dangerous technique to use as well, since linking your personal energy field to that of a major demon or an undead creature can be extremely dangerous to both parties involved. Even lesser incompatibilities can be bothersome. The simplest effect available is a ranged blow, but projection is often combined with other C’hi techniques to create more exotic effects. The advanced version directs, channels, and releases the effect along a projected carrier, without directly linking the user to the target. While this avoids the dangers inherent in linking auras (and extends the range to (Dex x 10 feet) it, unlike the basic version, can miss and can be resisted normally. The basic version quite effectively bypasses a wide variety of defenses. Both versions have trouble penetrating an area protected by a psychic shield, but most such shields are limited to protecting the user’s mind, not his or her body. Further improvements often involve blocking possible feedback, further extensions of the range, reducing the need for concentration, and channeling other energies through the link.

Psychic Aura: Is probably the strangest technique on the entire list. Closely related to empyrean magic, it involves physically manifesting a psychic construct based on the users aura. This can get seriously weird. Exactly what form the construct “takes” depends on the users personality – as well as on what they attempt to develop. Examples include; blazing Inner Light, which “dispels the darkness” and “drives back that which is impure”, grasping, Manipulative Tendrils that entangle and manipulate all who approach, Good Vibrations, that damp hostilities, evoke friendship, and make everyone in the area feel good, the Dragon-Form, a type of psychic exoskeleton, the sullen, vengeful, rage of the spirit-choking Balefire, the slippery/evasive shield/disguise of a con-artist’s Doppelganger Field, and the hypnotic, devouring, inner darkness of the Myndwulf, which was capable of tearing thoughts and memories out of people’s minds. The exact powers and nature of a psychic aura vary, ranging from things like a “simple”, physical, repulsion of enemies to outre’ philosophical abilities. Advanced versions tend to improve and expand on the basic effect – but the most common improvement is to extend the range. Other improvements may include; manifesting related effects, reducing the psychic strength costs, reducing the time it takes to call up the manifestation – or evading the possibility that the construct will begin to influence the user. Psychic Auras are normally built with the Power Armor rules. Unlike actual power armor, however, they tend to be very short-term and expensive to maintain, even if they do offer an unusual range of special functions. .

As a more modern note… if you’ve just GOT to be Naruto or Etrigan or something, this is one way to do it; that’s really just adding drawbacks to your construct to make it more powerful and semi-independent.

Psychic Purging: Is a straightforward effect used to expel foreign energies, substances, beings, and so on, purging the users mind and of all such influences. The advanced version extends the effect to the user’s physical body as well. Psychic Purging can thus be used to eliminate poisons, compulsive effects, and other intrusive things, but the energy cost is proportionate to the strength of the effect. This normally requires both some time and quite a bit of concentration. Further improvements often involve reducing those requirements or extending the effect to break off unwanted contacts or links. A rare improvement is to reduce the use of the technique to the unconscious level, making it very difficult to keep the user from using the technique to throw off mental influences.

Psychic Reservoir: A simple technique that allows the user to accumulate a greater-then-usual reserve of psychic energy – increasing the user’s maximum psychic strength total by (Level) points. Further improvements increase the maximum by half a point per level. Unlike other techniques, there are few complications involved in either the basic or in the improved versions. It does have a side effect, in that each level beyond the second boosts the users limit for the safe expenditure of psychic strength in a round by one point.

Psychic Shield: This technique enhances the users ability to resist psychic probes and attacks, generating a low-level barrier against psychic contact. The basic version is fairly effective against simple suggestive, emotional, and hypnotic effects, and will protect the user from casual psychic scans and passive psi-senses, but is of little use against directed probes and attacks relying on raw power instead of subtle influences. The advanced version lets the user actively resist psychic attacks and related powers, including compulsive spells, fascination, hypnosis, and telepathic assaults, although this can get expensive. Further improvements may allow the user to identify the source of any psychic attack, generate a shield against projected psychic abilities, protect an area, hurl away living beings by “repelling their auras”, or create a permanent (if low-level) barrier.

Resistance (Specify): This handy technique allows the user to resist a particular effect, whether a form of energy, a class of substance, or a particular type of attack. Possible effects include acid, electricity, telepathy, fire and heat, and impact. The major limitation is that such effects must generally affect the targets entire body – which weapons generally do not. Note that “resistance” is not “immunity”. It only reduces the injuries caused by major effects – although minor ones can be ignored. A character with “resistance to fire” can easily pick up a coal to light his (or her) pipe without injury, but toppling into lava will still be a bad experience – if far more survivable than usual. The advanced versions can provide near-immunity to broad effects and resistance to powerful focused attacks (such as weapons), but are active effects, and so require conscious expenditure of psychic energy. Further improvements usually involve reducing the cost, making them “automatic”, or expanding their protection (EG; Acids to Corrosives to (eventually) Dangerous Chemicals).

Self Healing: The technique maintains and repairs the user’s body, restoring it to its normal state. As such, there are no short-term supernormal enhancements associated with this technique although it does provide innate self-diagnostic abilities. The basic form allows the user to regain (1D6+1) points of vitality per psychic strength point expended, up to a maximum of (End/3) “points” of psychic strength per day. While the basic level is not sufficient to simply cure major diseases or counteract powerful toxins, it is capable of handling most lesser problems and moderating the effects of greater ones. It allow the user to shrug off pain, tension, lack of sleep, thirst, hunger, and a variety of other discomforts – within reason, since the cost will increase as the problem becomes more critical. Remaining awake and alert for a few days is trivial, a few weeks is considerably harder, and a years at a time is extremely expensive. The advanced form extends the curative functions, allowing the user to counteract virtually any disease or toxin. It also allows the user to extend the benefits of the “basic” level to others. Further improvements include reduced aging, slow regeneration of lost limbs and organ, stabilizing the user’s body against overloads, stress, and environmental problems (such as dangerous, but not instantly deadly, levels of radiation, temperature, low oxygen, and toxic chemicals), remaining active despite severe injuries, and even (temporarily) resisting death.

Senethar: This ability channels energy within the user’s bioenergy aura, a talent related to Auric Shunt but attuned to energy rather than matter. The “basic” version used passively provides a modest (+3) bonus on the users Resistance Rating and Defense Rating vs energy-based attacks. In active mode, it lets the user attempt to divert individually-targeted energy attacks – as well as to attempt to tap and channel energy sources within his or her aura. The advanced version permits the user to attempt to divert or reflect such attacks on an “automatic” basis. While this is not effective on area effects, it does provide a +5 bonus on relevant Resistance checks. Further improvements often involve focusing and projecting available energies and area-effects, grounding energy sources, increasing the effectiveness of the basic functions, learning to manipulate purely magical or psionic energies, instead of accepting the usual limitation to quasi-physical ones, storing a circulating “pool” of energy, and channeling energy into barriers.

Sexual Techniques: Always one of the most popular (if, perhaps, not one of the most practical) available disciplines – incorporating enhanced sexual endurance, skills, sensitivity, and attraction along with perfect control of fertility and the bodies physical responses. The advanced version extends this to the auric level – adding a seductive aura, pleasure-sharing, and similar talents. This technique is often combined with others, such as Mindlink, Precision, and Relaxation – although addiction may become a problem. Further improvements may include easing pregnancy and childbirth, using the energy of the activity to recharge psychically (possibly even to above normal limits), “charming” / fascinating the possible partners, creating various kinds of links, the ability to use other talents on your partner, pheromone generation, deliberate addiction of others, physiological and/or genetic manipulation of the children, using the energy surge to boost other abilities beyond normal limits, and resistance to disease.

I’ve never seen any point in trying to pretend that this would NOT be one of the most popular topics of research and development in any field that covered it. My usual ruling was that this particular field of study could just be noted as background characterization (like “my character is really good-looking and gets invited to a lot of swinging parties!) unless you expected it to actually have notable game effects (like “my character is so good-looking that he/she just gets admitted to see important people without question”) – in which case you had to actually pay for it.

Shadow Casting: This bizarre technique allows the user to “split off” portions of his self – of his or her personal mass, vitality, psyche, and energies. Such “shadows” may embody a fraction of the users energies in general, or a particular portion of the users power and personality. In either case, they are usually physically intangible (and can’t “die” by normal means) – unless they embody a major fraction of the user. Both psychic and magical senses will detect them as “real”, if weak and partial, presences. Shadows can be used as scouts, diversions, and even as weapons, but they are splendid links to the user, and will generally be missed if he or she doesn’t get a chance to re-absorb them. Splitting off too much of yourself is dangerous, especially over long periods of time. The advanced version allows the user to reshape a shadow – either internally, granting the user the ability to draw on the powers of whatever type of creature he’s reshaped a portion of his “self” into (QV; Weres) or to be released, creating a kind of “companion creature”. Such creatures are still shadows and remain telepathically linked to their creater over a fair range. Further improvements may involve giving shadows greater solidity, self-duplication, drawing on were-creature powers, placing a part of your self into another body, using a reshaped shadow as a disguise, and entirely disassembling yourself and re-assembling somewhere else. It’s also possible to set up a “repertoire” of different shadows, but this takes practice.

Shockwave: A simple, if expensive, technique that unleashes an overwhelming wave of pure psychic energy. In itself, this is simply a stunning, concussive, bolt of force – however it can be propagated through objects unless they’re resistant to psychic energies and can act as a “carrier” for other effects. The shockwave can be projected up to (Dex x 10) feet or be extended as a cone out to the limits of the users aura. The advanced version simply allows the user to push beyond those limits, at a cost dependent on how far the ability is being pushed. Shockwaves are incredibly “noisy”, on the psychic level, if not always on the physical. They tend to disrupt psychic constructs, shatter spells with psychic components (such as most illusions and mental manipulations), stun psychic sensitives, and otherwise make a mess. Further improvements usually revolve around making it cheaper to use, extending the disruption-effect to the physical or magical level, or learning to attune it to specific targets or types of targets, thus making the effect selective.

Somatic Control: This technique allows the user to manipulate and augment his or her bodies physical processes on the gross level, manipulating heart rate, blood pressure, skin temperature, need for sleep, food, and water, breathing, and so on – supplying any shortcomings (such as there being no air to breathe) with psychic energy. While this control can be used for an immense variety of “yoga” tricks, it’s most dramatic use is in resisting injury through control of bleeding, shock, and repair processes. The basic version allows the user to transfer a part of any damage taken from injuries, toxins, or diseases, to his/her psychic reserves and to resist effects which “drain” attributes. The advanced version extends the basic abilities, and adds new ones; it can be used for self- healing, to resist or suspend the effects of injuries, and to briefly “push” the user’s other psychic abilities by boosting neural activity – a potent, expensive, and dangerous technique. The user can suspend the effects of some single attack for up to (Wis) days, but cannot recover either physically or mentally until the damage has been dealt with. Further improvements cover things like ignoring mortal injuries, feigning death, boosted recovery of psychic energy, enhanced ability to absorb injuries, and neural surge techniques.

Transfer: This is the technique of nonresistance, of “allowing” energies to pass through the user’s body and aura without interacting with them. While not totally effective, it can reduce the effect of such attacks by up to 90%. It’s even possible to transfer the kinetic energy of material objects, although this doesn’t work very well against precisely-focused (arrows, thrusting attacks, etc) or continuously-driven (EG, chain saws and rapiers) attacks. It also has a minimum “threshold” of about ten points of damage. Below that point it simply isn’t possible to drop the resistance low enough. This is a very expensive discipline to use – and so is probably best saved for the “big stuff”. The advanced version allows the user to attempt the opposite tactic – increasing their “resistance” to the point where the force rebounds against its source. While this tactic can be spectacular, it’s also dangerous. If the force overwhelms the users resistance, he or she will absorb the full impact – often as structural damage. Boosting your resistance this way tends to forfeit a lot of the “give” usually inherent in living structures. Further improvements often include somewhat reducing the cost, transferring attacks into someone else (this trick has the same sort of disadvantage as “reflection” does. If the victim manages to resist, the user will absorb the full effect), protecting the area within your aura, or extending the effect to several attacks within a brief period.

Vibration: This technique allows the user to generate powerful vibrations, either internally, or in whatever he or she touches. While this can be applied in a variety of ways, the most common is to shake, disrupt, or shatter whatever it’s directed against. Other uses range from massage, through removing tarnish, to countering sonic attacks. The advanced version lets the user generate a powerful “pulse” of vibration or a vibratory “shield”, a trick which makes him/her nearly impossible to hold. If combined with an appropriate resistance, this can even be used to render the user intangible, if usually only briefly. Attempting such internal tricks without the resistance is often painful and (in the case of attempting full intangibility) sometimes fatal. Further improvements include causing structural damage, “reaching into” the other aspects (subdimensions of reality), seeking out resonant frequencies to use to destroy things, subsonic manipulations of emotions, inducing severe vertigo, countering vibratory effects, knocking people out, and ignoring armor.

Vocal Control: This subtly potent technique begins with “basic” mimicry, permitting near-absolute mastery of tone, inflection, and accent, as well as the allowing the user to effectively imitate an incredible range of sounds – often at remarkable volume. It also makes it easier to acquire languages – reducing the skill point cost by one, to a minimum of one. The advanced version extends this to the ability to interweave subtle tones and inflections in normal speech – weaving suggestions and insinuations, subtly influencing moods, and issuing abrupt orders with a fair chance of being obeyed. Such tactics work best on well-known individuals, poorly on strangers – and not at all on unknown races. Further improvements include a hypnotic voice, a “great shout” (capable of deafening people a breaking windows within a radius of several hundred feet), focused speech that “carries” only to its intended target even at great range, generating a telekinetic field within the users aura which acts as a kind of “amplifier” or “speaker”, psychic projection of meaning along with the words, or further linguistic enhancements.

Whirlwind: This deadly technique permits the user to attack everyone within his or her bioenergy aura, a radius in feet equal to his/her dexterity. While this may be a basic physical attack, many characters employ more exotic techniques, ranging from a nerve strike to plague carrier. Sadly, using such exotic techniques with the basic version requires paying for each attack separately. It does, however, allow the user to selectively exempt possible targets if he or she so desires. The advanced version permits the user to simply pay twice the price of a single attack for the full sequence – but doesn’t allow for leaving people out. Further improvements may permit launching an entire rounds attacks instead of a single strike, reduce the cost, allow target selection with the advanced form, make simple attacks automatic, extend the effect to three dimensions (and possibly even beyond that), creating a sphere of a long-term effect, or simply pushing people away automatically.

Will Shield: This handy technique allows the user to superimpose a counterpattern to an incoming psychic (or mystic) effect on his aura – making any resistance check an all-or-nothing proposition. Fortunately, the user can generally “feel” whether or not he can handle the incoming effect. (In game terms, the user may pay for using this technique after a successful resistance check to fully nullify the attack. If the roll fell in the marginal success or marginal failure range however the user may still pay for the attempt – but will have to roll again. It might or might not work. A failure will leave the user too busy dealing with the collapse to resist in any other fashion). The advanced version allows the user to blunt an effect that overwhelms the counterpattern, increasing his level of success by two levels. Further improvements may involve learning to resist internal effects (poisons and such) similarly, gaining bonuses on particular categories of rolls (EG; either vs particular items, such as “drugs and toxins”, or on rolls against a particular attribute), resisting the effects of shock, countering subtle mental effects and influences, ignoring distractions, or making great efforts.

The Introspection and C’hi systems allowed characters using them to have unique styles and suites of abilities, while still being free to attempt hundreds of different tricks with varying chances of success depending on their underlying abilities. Of course, it also required a lot of on-the-fly game master adjudication. That was the main weakness of Continuum II; the players had a lot of fun – but it took years of play before any of them were really ready to run a game of their own because they needed to understand how everything worked before they could easily figure out what was likely to happen when a player tried something outre on them.

It was also possible for it to backfire. For an example, when the party was attempting to deal with a water mage who’d set up shop in a swamp, they found that his tower was made of water – and simply flowed into gaps and otherwise repaired itself when they tried to breach it. One C’hi master announced that he was going to “channel an enormous pulse of energy into his metabolism and briefly enhance it to “bomb” speeds, channel that thermal energy into a reserve before it could injure him, and them project it – creating the equivalent of a massive shaped charge to blow away a chunk of the tower. He acknowledged that this was potentially suicidal when I warned him – but he went ahead and tried it anyway.

He didn’t manage to project the energy before he lost control. The resulting blast pretty much vaporized him, but also blew away a large chunk of the tower.

And then another character with far less training and skill announced that – since the first attempt HAD taken down a lot of the tower – he was going to try the same stunt. The rest of the players told him he was insane, but he insisted.

Still, two such blasts did take out most of the tower, so that was something I suppose.

Similarly, when Arthur attempted to put together a combination to let him meditate his way back to the present (linking himself to the planetary biosphere to get the strength to maintain his body and putting himself into a healing trance to maintain his mind) after being stranded on an alien world  a hundred and forty million years in the past, he made most of his checks – but lost track of his body, and wound up greeting his friends as the spirit of the local biosphere. That really put a crimp into his ability to go adventuring until after he figured out a way to make an Avatar.


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