Purpose of Residence: Native citizen.
Duration of Stay: For the forseeable future.
Do you want to participate in the Buzz on the Lake? No.
Need Moderator’s Assistance: Probably, mostly questions. I'll try not to be too annoying with the questions.
- Become a freelance gadgeteer, fixing up whatsits around the city.
- Earn enough money for his own house
- Save enough for a season of study at the Institute of Higher Learning
Weakest Aspect of Ravok: I don't think I'm experienced enough to answer this question.
Greatest Aspect of Ravok: I don't think I'm experienced enough to answer this question.
What's one thing you want to improve upon as a writer this season? Cut down on my flowery language. Weird adverbs and adjectives can really make my writing unhelpfully fluffy, and I want to stop that.
Would you consider writing a short thread (1500-2000 words) in an effort to rebuild one of the buildings that have been destroyed? Yes I would!
Briefly explain your basic perception of Ravok. Theocratic Venice governed by the god of Evil and Chaos, where the citizens live peaceful lives mostly free of crime and danger (compared to the rest of the world), where arts and business flourish in safety.
Most people dislike social/party threads for various reasons. What is one way you think a festival or holiday could be celebrated that would get around this stigma? I like social threads if they aren't cardboard. I'm not sure about which celebrations exactly would get around the stigma, but I would like to see more than one holiday in the year. Perhaps a celebration of the arts, where PC and NPC artists and craftsmen display their best work in an attempt to win the attention of Rhysol or the Black Sun?
What types of plots interest you the most? This season, social and job threads are my starting points – I want to get to know Artigan as a character before I decide what's most interesting.
What types of plots fit your character the best? See above.
You may ask one question of your ST. Where have all the good men gone and where are all the gods?