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1-06-2008 @ 9:49PM
My undead rogue is like any assassin-ish kind of people: self-centered, cold, professional, calculating, rates real high on the Machiavelli scale.Until when it comes to his cats, with whom he always fuzzes and dotes on. He talks to his cats, and I mean, he talks to them alot when he is not on the job, and I emote the cats' responses. Like for example, the rogue laments about his misfortunes and the cats coldly walks away, or he would pat the cats and the cats purr in response. I also inject a sense of humor and a love for cooking (especially baking cakes) into my character as well.Most people I met while roleplaying normally remembers the cat-loving part and the cooking part of my character.
1-06-2008 @ 10:48PM
I don't know what it is about cooking. But somehow, it's one of the best professions for roleplayers. One of the best quirked characters I've played with was a middle aged gnome wizard who baked cookies (her FlagRSP description noted that she smelled of cookies constantly) and tended to hand them out on request or whenever anybody, ever, showed any signs of unhappiness. Very motherly type.At the time I was playing a teenage street rat (rogue) who used to ask for cookies the moment she saw her. Like most teenagers, she was a sucker for sweets.And my undead warrior takes great pride in his cooking. I find this hilarious, because the image of a ramshackle zombie gallivanting about the kitchen is a mental image to treasure. He just made the push to 151 cooking skill and takes great pride in noting his 'expert' cooking skills.
1-11-2008 @ 9:24AM
Yes! Cooking! Although my character actually has a high level of cooking skill, she can't cook for beans! The cookies she made for Great Father Winter burned, and she had to ask someone else for help. The meals she serves at parties are some of the oddest combinations I can think of, such as Grilled Squid and Peaches. Needless to say, some of her friends offer to cater her parties, to protect themselves.
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