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V'aleera

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About V'aleera

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  1. V'aleera

    balmung Wild Hunt

    I'll sign up for reserve as well
  2. That's kinda how it was though. He was very straightforward about the fact that Ascians were present and courting him, and that his plan was ultimately to be rid of them.
  3. I will sign up for Saturday
  4. V'aleera

    discussion Is the hate really that bad?

    Anyone who doesn't take Lalafell seriously is either ignorant of the lore or is playing a very poorly socialized character.
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    General Lore Questions

    This is a common belief, but also an incorrect one. Seeker tribes are stated to elevate the "strongest" to the position of Nunh, but when examined within the context of the lore it would be more accurate to say that they elevate the most capable; in many cases due to their hostile environment capability and fighting strength may be considered interchangeable, but ultimately every Seeker tribe has its own guidelines for what determines a Nunh and what additional functions a Nunh performs for the tribe outside his reproductive role.
  6. V'aleera

    General Lore Questions

    No idea if there is any lore regarding it, but the name suggests a relationship with Nael.
  7. V'aleera

    Roleplaying in Public, but not..in public?

    You don't really seem to understand the crux of the issue, allow me to lay it out for you: You have a right to react to any visible RP. You do not have a right to have your reaction acknowledged.
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    Roleplaying in Public, but not..in public?

    I'd think her reaction would be a little churlish and go about my day. While other people are happy to harp on the false equivalency you have drawn, I personally am more concerned about the strawman you have erected: you are presuming that in every instance of someone attempting to join a visible (not public) RP that A) the joiner does so in a manner that is polite and appropriate to the scene they are joining and B) that the roleplayers immediately respond with aggression. I find this somewhat amusing given that, anecdotally, the opposite is far more common: some boorish derp tries to shoehorn themselves into other peoples' business, and those people have to take a couple minutes to ICly or OOCly politely facilitate said boor's intrusion before A) he gets the hint OOC and leaves or B) they get tired of his shtick and politely excuse themselves to go continue their prior RP elsewhere.
  9. V'aleera

    Roleplaying in Public, but not..in public?

    Bear in mind you are free to blacklist them as well. The tools to curate your social experience are at your disposal, the onus is on you to use them.
  10. V'aleera

    Roleplaying in Public, but not..in public?

    Would it be an unfair rebuttal on their part to state that if you don't like seeing roleplay that is not open to your involvement in a particular channel that you are free to mute that channel and ignore it?
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    Roleplaying in Public, but not..in public?

    RP is nothing but a game of consensus. Nothing exists that all involved parties do not agree exists. If they don't want to acknowledge your character's existence then your character does not exist within the scope of their RP; and vice versa. I personally would say that it would be in good form to humor anyone who gleaned IC information by ICly eavesdropping, but I only get to decide that for myself and not anyone else.
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    Roleplaying in Public, but not..in public?

    You both are trying to center this conversation on something that does not actually exist. "PC culture" is a phantom; a bogeyman invented by the media arms of a particular political sphere for the purpose of rallying support for their own cultural ideology. You telling people to act in a particular way because it's "too PC" is like me telling you to act in a particular way because to do otherwise would incur the wrath of Santa Claus. If you want to discuss a specific social issue you are encountering, describe it thoroughly and specifically and ideally with supporting anecdotes to ensure clarity. Don't use made up words that lack any meaningful definition.
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