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Soulgemmed Mods ([personal profile] soulmods) wrote2016-01-21 07:06 pm

Item Regains

Characters will be rewarded points for their activity. These points can be used to redeem items.

For every ten comments made in-game, characters will receive one point.
For every fifteen comments made to the TDM, characters will receive one point.
For every twenty comments made to a character's inbox, characters will receive one point.
For every new post made in-game, characters will receive one point.

Here's the point breakdown:

5 pointsSmall item with no magical properties
10 pointsSmall item with negligible magical properties
20 pointsMid-sized item with no magical properties
25 pointsWeapon with no magical properties
30 pointsMid-sized item with negligible magical properties
40 pointsWeapon with negligible magical properties
50+ pointsAnything that provides a more significant advantage

Threads must contain at least four comments from your character in order to be eligible.

If you are seeking an item regain, leave a comment in this entry with a description of the item you wish to regain. Please assume that all mods are canonblind. The mods will then determine how many points the item will cost, at which point you will need to reply to the mods with a link to the character's point upkeep post.

The code required can be found below. It has been tested with Rich Text and works well with it, which should make it an easily editable template.

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In-universe, the item will mysteriously show up at the character's doorstep, neatly wrapped up in a nice package.
oathshackledbird: Tree (Tree)

[personal profile] oathshackledbird 2016-06-06 02:18 am (UTC)(link)
While not mentioned in Fate/Zero (because backstory time is sadly limited when you are not the main character), in his original myth, Diarmuid owned a wolfhound that was bred from a line his family raised for generations. The dog, named Mac an Chuill, was trained both for hunting and for war. He was insanely loyal to Diarmuid and only failed him once--on the day that Diarmuid's fated deadly encounter with the boar occurred. This is not something Diarmuid ever blamed the hound for. Indeed, he cared for it a great deal and would not have wanted it to die with him.

Aside from being a source of pride, the hound was also a great comfort for him, so much so that a phantom of it appeared in his home in the city and has remained there the whole time Diarmuid has been in game. Well, it's time for him to have the real thing instead of just a phantom!

A quick note about Mac an Chuill. As he is the ancestor of today's modern wolfhounds and bred for war and hunting, not as a pet, I have always felt he would be bigger than today's pet version. Think his head coming up to an average person's shoulder instead of about a half a foot or so below it when standing on all fours. While the hound has no magical abilities, he is extremely well trained in hunting and battle. He is also very intelligent as his breed is well-known for being.

Oh, and he likes to give kisses. Lots of them. One of Diarmuid's greatest frustrations was never being able to train him out of that.

Let me know how many points I'll need and I'll link back my post! Also, please let me know if there are any issues with this request! :-D
oathshackledbird: Laugh (Laugh)

[personal profile] oathshackledbird 2016-06-09 03:10 am (UTC)(link)
Here you go! One log link with points updated accordingly.

Quick question. Since Mac an Chuill is a normal animal aside from being well trained, would he be able to sense or enter a Nightmarescape? I want to say this kind of thing was asked once somewhere, but I sure can't remember where if it was!
oathshackledbird: Good Cheer (Good Cheer)

[personal profile] oathshackledbird 2016-06-10 09:55 pm (UTC)(link)
Yay! He can drown them all in drool! LOL!

Thank you! :D