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1-09-2008 @ 11:46AM
Other ways to have your pet emote: -use of the passive voice (if your pet is doing something to you). For instance, "Duerma is poked by her imp."- You do something while your pet does something. "Duerma giggles as her imp bites %t on the leg."My pets have always been extremely active in my warlock's life - she's a narcoleptic, and she has them specially trained to wake her up when she falls asleep. XD
1-09-2008 @ 12:06PM
You can also do something like this:Duerma 's succubus says, with a smirk, "Is that an Arcanite Reaper in your pocket or are you just tickled to see me?"Duerma says: "Ugh! Enough with the stupid jokes already."
1-10-2008 @ 12:26PM
Also, while it's not exactly the least cumbersome or most innovative method, my friends and I used to RP 'on behalf of' our pets by using brackets to denote their names.Two examples:My Troll Hunter, Marwan, considered his pet tigress, Leilani, his 'little girl.' Marwan [Leilani] paws at Duerma's feet, starved for attention.My Human Warlock, Adalrich, used to actually put some effort into training his demonic 'companions' to behave with some semblance of manners. Adalrich [Zhar'krast] bows respectfully and backs away quietly.On a totally unrelated note: David, thanks for continuing to share some RP love. I haven't played 'Warcraft' in at least a month (canceled for personal reasons back in December) but your articles always make for great reading for those of us who like to write and RP.
1-10-2008 @ 12:27PM
1-10-2008 @ 12:29PM
What the hell is up with all these double posts today? I keep getting some stupid error message here at work that says 'Zero sum' or something like that. How annoying!
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