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TOPIC | >COMPLETE< Thundercrack 2015 cyoa
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Day 7

Finally, you’ve got all the parts you need to make this invention work. You are quite happy that you managed to make an invention with such a ridiculous set of events! Looking at your blueprints, you realize that with the parts you have, there are several options you could go for in terms of the looks of the machine. After all, an impressive design is needed to wow the judges! You glance around at the competition and decide on…

A) A miniature replica of the Stormcatcher’s likeness. Complete with lightning wings and a little voice that yells “GET BACK TO WORK!”
B) A little Skycat-shaped golem companion. Has operational wings and the airspeed velocity of an unladen swallow. May or may not be able to carry coconuts.
C) An all-terrain transportation vehicle. Perhaps if you get a good score with the Judges your design could be used in subsequent years to transport materials and items.
D) A mechanical bonsai tree. Small LED lights are scattered throughout the canopy, providing lovely multi colors of lights in the dark.
Day 7

Finally, you’ve got all the parts you need to make this invention work. You are quite happy that you managed to make an invention with such a ridiculous set of events! Looking at your blueprints, you realize that with the parts you have, there are several options you could go for in terms of the looks of the machine. After all, an impressive design is needed to wow the judges! You glance around at the competition and decide on…

A) A miniature replica of the Stormcatcher’s likeness. Complete with lightning wings and a little voice that yells “GET BACK TO WORK!”
B) A little Skycat-shaped golem companion. Has operational wings and the airspeed velocity of an unladen swallow. May or may not be able to carry coconuts.
C) An all-terrain transportation vehicle. Perhaps if you get a good score with the Judges your design could be used in subsequent years to transport materials and items.
D) A mechanical bonsai tree. Small LED lights are scattered throughout the canopy, providing lovely multi colors of lights in the dark.
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[url=http://flightrising.com/main.php?dragon=12438391] [img]http://flightrising.com/rendern/350/124384/12438391_350.png[/img] [/url] Hmmm Car engine, almonds, gears, clay, and nuts and bolts from steampunk gear... "Yo, dad, got any ideas?" [url=http://flightrising.com/main.php?dragon=7810763] [img]http://flightrising.com/rendern/350/78108/7810763_350.png[/img][/url] "Why not something that could benefit the clan in some way? So we could take it back and keep on using it, instead of it gathering dust in your part of the cave" "ugh, well, hmm..." Vangerdahast drew a quick sketch on his notepad, and showed Yelic. It was [b]D) A mechanical bonsai tree. Small LED lights are scattered throughout the canopy, providing lovely multi colors of lights in the dark.[/b] "We could put this in the mess hall, when we can make more of them they could be cool additions!"

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Hmmm

Car engine, almonds, gears, clay, and nuts and bolts from steampunk gear...

"Yo, dad, got any ideas?"


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"Why not something that could benefit the clan in some way? So we could take it back and keep on using it, instead of it gathering dust in your part of the cave"

"ugh, well, hmm..."

Vangerdahast drew a quick sketch on his notepad, and showed Yelic. It was D) A mechanical bonsai tree. Small LED lights are scattered throughout the canopy, providing lovely multi colors of lights in the dark.

"We could put this in the mess hall, when we can make more of them they could be cool additions!"

+19 FR Time
Scores should be almost up to date on the spreadsheet I made!
Scores should be almost up to date on the spreadsheet I made!
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[url=http://flightrising.com/main.php?dragon=4774352] [img]http://flightrising.com/rendern/350/47744/4774352_350.png[/img] [/url] Tesla didn't have long to ponder his options, before his golem broke his thoughts. The machination swooped in front of his face, buzzing with an excited energy, before landing on his shoulder and hopping continuously up and down. That behavior might have annoyed the fae just a few hours before. But now, after days of hard work and struggle, something amazing was coming to fruition. Confidence restored and the finish line in sight, Tesla laughed aloud. "What's that, little one?" he asked. "You want a friend, I'll bet. Is it getting lonely there on my shoulder? You should be glad I didn't dismantle you for parts." The golem let out a metallic chirp, and only redoubled its efforts for attention. "Alright, alright." Tesla laughed. "You'll have to promise to be friendly, though - I won't tolerate any infighting! And you---" he turned to his Voltspire Intruder, "have to promise not to [i]eat[/i] it." The bear seemed to shrug, and let out a gaping yawn. Good enough for the fae. "All three of us together then, hm? You two can serve as my quality control..." His delicate claws waggled with excitement as his eyes passed over all of his assembled materials. Plans firm in his mind, and with the creative glee of a true inventor, Tesla quickly set to work. [b]B) A little Skycat-shaped golem companion. Has operational wings and the airspeed velocity of an unladen swallow. May or may not be able to carry coconuts.[/b]

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Tesla didn't have long to ponder his options, before his golem broke his thoughts. The machination swooped in front of his face, buzzing with an excited energy, before landing on his shoulder and hopping continuously up and down.
That behavior might have annoyed the fae just a few hours before. But now, after days of hard work and struggle, something amazing was coming to fruition. Confidence restored and the finish line in sight, Tesla laughed aloud.
"What's that, little one?" he asked. "You want a friend, I'll bet. Is it getting lonely there on my shoulder? You should be glad I didn't dismantle you for parts."
The golem let out a metallic chirp, and only redoubled its efforts for attention.
"Alright, alright." Tesla laughed. "You'll have to promise to be friendly, though - I won't tolerate any infighting! And you---" he turned to his Voltspire Intruder, "have to promise not to eat it."
The bear seemed to shrug, and let out a gaping yawn.
Good enough for the fae. "All three of us together then, hm? You two can serve as my quality control..."
His delicate claws waggled with excitement as his eyes passed over all of his assembled materials. Plans firm in his mind, and with the creative glee of a true inventor, Tesla quickly set to work.

B) A little Skycat-shaped golem companion. Has operational wings and the airspeed velocity of an unladen swallow. May or may not be able to carry coconuts.
Day 7

D) Bonsai tree
Day 7

D) Bonsai tree
Day 7: B) A little Skycat-shaped golem companion. Has operational wings and the airspeed velocity of an unladen swallow. May or may not be able to carry coconuts.
Day 7: B) A little Skycat-shaped golem companion. Has operational wings and the airspeed velocity of an unladen swallow. May or may not be able to carry coconuts.
[url=http://flightrising.com/main.php?dragon=3370147] [img]http://flightrising.com/rendern/350/33702/3370147_350.png[/img] [/url] At last, he'd finished his invention! Aki gazed proudly upon his creation, which was pretty impressive given the constraints that he'd been under. He'd just made the cut-off for the last presentations. Prodding each screw and seam, he checked for any last flaws. Satisfied, he looked around for the perfect booth for display. It was time to show the other inventors of Thundercrack Faire what he was capable of (within 7 days)! He whipped off the cover to reveal... [b]D) A mechanical bonsai tree.[/b]

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At last, he'd finished his invention! Aki gazed proudly upon his creation, which was pretty impressive given the constraints that he'd been under. He'd just made the cut-off for the last presentations. Prodding each screw and seam, he checked for any last flaws.

Satisfied, he looked around for the perfect booth for display. It was time to show the other inventors of Thundercrack Faire what he was capable of (within 7 days)! He whipped off the cover to reveal...

D) A mechanical bonsai tree.

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@Stormdragon

B) A little Skycat-shaped golem companion. Has operational wings and the airspeed velocity of an unladen swallow. May or may not be able to carry coconuts.
@Stormdragon

B) A little Skycat-shaped golem companion. Has operational wings and the airspeed velocity of an unladen swallow. May or may not be able to carry coconuts.
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[url=http://flightrising.com/main.php?dragon=14317038] [img]http://flightrising.com/rendern/350/143171/14317038_350.png[/img] [/url] Wearing her bloody bandages with pride (along with a new scratch on her shoulder) Dorcha takes her nuts n bolts to her pile of gathered parts and sets the newest parts down. She takes in everything she has gathered and marks off what she has gathered for this invention. A small case to fit some batteries like things in, some useless Tungsten, some Almonds that she was able to not eat, gear type parts made of duct tape and scrap metal, and more scrap metal that she found lying around. Dorcha grins wide and her long body starts to twist n coil in excitement, "This is going to be awesome! Everything is going to work together great," She starts to lay the pieces around, as if they themselves are the blueprint. Once she is done the 2D shape of a [b]D) A mechanical bonsai tree. Small LED lights are scattered throughout the canopy, providing lovely multi colors of lights in the dark. [/b] Nodding to herself Dorcha then starts to make the bonsai tree. She takes the Tungsten and sets them under a passing Guardian. The Guardian grunts as they smash the Tungsten, but since no yelling happen, they think nothing of it and continue on their way. Dorcha quickly gathers the now useful Tungsten pieces and sets them in a pile for now. Some of the nicer scrap metal she just collected is compiled together expertly into a base while she then transforms the pieces with the rust and scratches into the trunk and branches. The rust, scratches and dings give off an organic feel to the metal. She takes some of the finer metal and runs it up the trunk and throughout the many branches. The pieces of tungsten is fitted at different parts of the tree and the metal that will conduct the main source of power. The end of the wire is wrapped around the battery case and she then duct tapes the ends so there is no chance of the metal slipping. Now, how many almonds will work? One: Nothing Two: Little bit of light Three: Brighter, but not bright enough Four: Gah! Too bright! Too bright! Dorcha quickly pulls out the fourth almond, blinking the white spots out of her vision. Once her vision finally clears, she bites the almond in half and shoves one half into the case. Since it is not a perfect shape, the lights go back in forth in brightness with any type of vibration that happens nearby. The other half of the almond is peeled apart and those pieces are strategically placed throughout the branches to give off a different set of colors. "It's," Dorcha sniffs out, looking down at her finished product, "It's so beautiful," She pops one of the remaining almonds in her mouth and enjoys the shock that goes through her. [b]D) A mechanical bonsai tree. Small LED lights are scattered throughout the canopy, providing lovely multi colors of lights in the dark. [/b]

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Wearing her bloody bandages with pride (along with a new scratch on her shoulder) Dorcha takes her nuts n bolts to her pile of gathered parts and sets the newest parts down. She takes in everything she has gathered and marks off what she has gathered for this invention.

A small case to fit some batteries like things in, some useless Tungsten, some Almonds that she was able to not eat, gear type parts made of duct tape and scrap metal, and more scrap metal that she found lying around.

Dorcha grins wide and her long body starts to twist n coil in excitement, "This is going to be awesome! Everything is going to work together great,"

She starts to lay the pieces around, as if they themselves are the blueprint. Once she is done the 2D shape of a D) A mechanical bonsai tree. Small LED lights are scattered throughout the canopy, providing lovely multi colors of lights in the dark.

Nodding to herself Dorcha then starts to make the bonsai tree. She takes the Tungsten and sets them under a passing Guardian. The Guardian grunts as they smash the Tungsten, but since no yelling happen, they think nothing of it and continue on their way.

Dorcha quickly gathers the now useful Tungsten pieces and sets them in a pile for now. Some of the nicer scrap metal she just collected is compiled together expertly into a base while she then transforms the pieces with the rust and scratches into the trunk and branches. The rust, scratches and dings give off an organic feel to the metal.

She takes some of the finer metal and runs it up the trunk and throughout the many branches. The pieces of tungsten is fitted at different parts of the tree and the metal that will conduct the main source of power.

The end of the wire is wrapped around the battery case and she then duct tapes the ends so there is no chance of the metal slipping. Now, how many almonds will work?

One: Nothing
Two: Little bit of light
Three: Brighter, but not bright enough
Four: Gah! Too bright! Too bright!

Dorcha quickly pulls out the fourth almond, blinking the white spots out of her vision. Once her vision finally clears, she bites the almond in half and shoves one half into the case. Since it is not a perfect shape, the lights go back in forth in brightness with any type of vibration that happens nearby.

The other half of the almond is peeled apart and those pieces are strategically placed throughout the branches to give off a different set of colors.

"It's," Dorcha sniffs out, looking down at her finished product, "It's so beautiful,"

She pops one of the remaining almonds in her mouth and enjoys the shock that goes through her.

D) A mechanical bonsai tree. Small LED lights are scattered throughout the canopy, providing lovely multi colors of lights in the dark.
[url=http://flightrising.com/main.php?dragon=1267147] [img]http://flightrising.com/rendern/350/12672/1267147_350.png[/img] [/url] Eisa decides to make a tree. The feathers she’s gathered — at the cost of a few gashes to herself — can be formed into little blossoms at the end of otherwise bare branches. The careful forging and boring of hollow branches, down to the smallest twig, keeps her paws busy, crests flapping a soothing rhythm as she plays flame over her work from a torch held in her mouth. It turns the colours of bruising, of oil slicks, and then dull red and searing white, contenting her with its beauty. She bores holes in the hollow branches once she’s made the tree, spacing them along the top of each one, and places barium, calcium, copper and lithium inside, carefully co-ordinated with the LEDs she attaches to the outside. Three pipelines run from the bottom of the tree like thick roots. One to the hamster wheel, a safe distance away, one to a gas supply, one to a switch labelled WINTER-SPRING-SUMMER-AUTUMN. Winter is the off position, Spring is the LEDs nestled like leaf buds among the bare branches. Summer and Autumn she has plans for, plans that should impress everyone. [b]Option D for Saturday.[/b]

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Eisa decides to make a tree. The feathers she’s gathered — at the cost of a few gashes to herself — can be formed into little blossoms at the end of otherwise bare branches.

The careful forging and boring of hollow branches, down to the smallest twig, keeps her paws busy, crests flapping a soothing rhythm as she plays flame over her work from a torch held in her mouth. It turns the colours of bruising, of oil slicks, and then dull red and searing white, contenting her with its beauty.

She bores holes in the hollow branches once she’s made the tree, spacing them along the top of each one, and places barium, calcium, copper and lithium inside, carefully co-ordinated with the LEDs she attaches to the outside. Three pipelines run from the bottom of the tree like thick roots. One to the hamster wheel, a safe distance away, one to a gas supply, one to a switch labelled WINTER-SPRING-SUMMER-AUTUMN.

Winter is the off position, Spring is the LEDs nestled like leaf buds among the bare branches. Summer and Autumn she has plans for, plans that should impress everyone.

Option D for Saturday.
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