The Floating City [OOC] [TWO]

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Re: The Floating City [OOC] [TWO]

Post by thirtythr33 » 07 Jul 2017, 09:20

I'll leave it up to Agamemnon whether he has time to carve out a response, but the story-line is not halting for more than a few days during this stint. I am happy for the Ferran/Gasparo conversation to continue out of sequence though.

Even if it doesn't, I honestly think it works just fine as a rhetorical cliffhanger. It shows the struggle that Ferran is having. Would Gasparo's response really be able to resolve that struggle so easily?
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Re: The Floating City [OOC] [TWO]

Post by Benedict » 07 Jul 2017, 09:28

In truth no.

But it could decidedly shape the way Ferran would act (or react) towards Gasparo in the coming scenes.

Still you are right. Even as a rhetorical cliffhanger it has its purposes.
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Re: The Floating City [OOC] [TWO]

Post by thirtythr33 » 07 Jul 2017, 11:37

Is anyone going to intervene with Marco kicking Lucio's ass?
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Re: The Floating City [OOC] [TWO]

Post by Benedict » 07 Jul 2017, 11:40

Ferran is. Posting.
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Re: The Floating City [OOC] [TWO]

Post by thirtythr33 » 07 Jul 2017, 11:46

Did a slight edit of your post Benedict, Lucio isn't trying to get up.

Korbel are you okay with what Benedict wrote? Is Marco going to stop, or are we picking up dice?
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Post by thirtythr33 » 07 Jul 2017, 11:53

Sorry guys. It's 2am. I need to sleep.
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Re: The Floating City [OOC] [TWO]

Post by Korbel » 07 Jul 2017, 11:55

See you tomorrow, then, I guess.
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Post by Benedict » 07 Jul 2017, 11:57

Good night mate. :D
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Re: The Floating City [OOC] [TWO]

Post by Agamemnon » 07 Jul 2017, 12:39

Benedict wrote:Don't want to be a dick and all. :mrgreen:

I know time is limited. So I ask directly. Do you want Agamemnon to resolve this scene between Gasparo and Ferran? I think it will affect their interaction for the coming Scene(s). If you don't want to, I should just erase that last post instead of leaving it to a nonsensical cliffhanger. :)
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Re: The Floating City [OOC] [TWO]

Post by Benedict » 07 Jul 2017, 13:23

No worries! :)

Just gave a heads up in case you missed it. I understand that the workload is tremendous. :)
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Re: The Floating City [OOC] [TWO]

Post by thirtythr33 » 08 Jul 2017, 07:33

Is anyone going to intervene with Giacomo?

He has his rapier at the ready and looks like he means to use it.
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Post by Benedict » 08 Jul 2017, 07:35

Well, its only me online at the moment. And wounded. Dunno for the rest, but I won't stand against him. Unless you want me to make a new character. ;)
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Re: The Floating City [OOC] [TWO]

Post by thirtythr33 » 08 Jul 2017, 07:37

I know Ferran doesn't care. :lol:

We have to wait for Korbel, at the very least. I don't think Giorgio or the foreigners really care one way or the other.
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Re: The Floating City [OOC] [TWO]

Post by Benedict » 08 Jul 2017, 07:40

Can I edit my last post? I want to say something else to Lucio.
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Re: The Floating City [OOC] [TWO]

Post by thirtythr33 » 08 Jul 2017, 07:48

sure

EDIT: Actually, Gasparo might intervene. Being honorable and all.
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