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[quote name="SweetChayos" date="2020-10-02 09:54:01" ] all g1s are wiped from the site [/quote] The g1 lairs scream in terror
SweetChayos wrote on 2020-10-02 09:54:01:
all g1s are wiped from the site
The g1 lairs scream in terror
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he - him || it isn't lucifer, it's lucifUr, with an U. || FR + 4
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color wheel expansion reversed. if your dragons don't have the og colors, they're deleted.
color wheel expansion reversed. if your dragons don't have the og colors, they're deleted.
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A canon-lore-creating Dom battle royale event. The losers will have their deity permanently killed in the site lore, and the winning flight's deity becomes the one true god, and gets substantial permanent flight bonuses.

A new entry is added to the Lorebook, laying out the end of this Age. Something, between the Bounty of the Elements and the Forbidden Portal or even something new, has driven the deities insane, and they've renewed their ancient war like never before.

It's a Dominance battle to end all others. One month to determine which flight will be the true superpower of FR. And to add icing to the cake, it runs on total dragons exalted, without regard toward flight population, so Earth doesn't have the automatic advantage. (Actually, just revamping Dom calculations in general would probably be chaos in it's own right)


PS: Okay, I just read some of the other entries, and this is meager in comparison to The Imperial Apocalypse.
A canon-lore-creating Dom battle royale event. The losers will have their deity permanently killed in the site lore, and the winning flight's deity becomes the one true god, and gets substantial permanent flight bonuses.

A new entry is added to the Lorebook, laying out the end of this Age. Something, between the Bounty of the Elements and the Forbidden Portal or even something new, has driven the deities insane, and they've renewed their ancient war like never before.

It's a Dominance battle to end all others. One month to determine which flight will be the true superpower of FR. And to add icing to the cake, it runs on total dragons exalted, without regard toward flight population, so Earth doesn't have the automatic advantage. (Actually, just revamping Dom calculations in general would probably be chaos in it's own right)


PS: Okay, I just read some of the other entries, and this is meager in comparison to The Imperial Apocalypse.
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[quote name="MistLeaf" date="2020-10-02 10:11:41" ] A canon-lore-creating Dom battle royale event. The losers will have their deity permanently killed in the site lore, and the winning flight's deity becomes the one true god, and gets substantial permanent flight bonuses. A new entry is added to the Lorebook, laying out the end of this Age. Something, between the Bounty of the Elements and the Forbidden Portal or even something new, has driven the deities insane, and they've renewed their ancient war like never before. It's a Dominance battle to end all others. One month to determine which flight will be the true superpower of FR. And to add icing to the cake, it runs on total dragons exalted, without regard toward flight population, so Earth doesn't have the automatic advantage. (Actually, just revamping Dom calculations in general would probably be chaos in it's own right) PS: Okay, I just read some of the other entries, and this is meager in comparison to The Imperial Apocalypse. [/quote] No this is also beautiful and we should add it to the Imperial Apocalypse
MistLeaf wrote on 2020-10-02 10:11:41:
A canon-lore-creating Dom battle royale event. The losers will have their deity permanently killed in the site lore, and the winning flight's deity becomes the one true god, and gets substantial permanent flight bonuses.

A new entry is added to the Lorebook, laying out the end of this Age. Something, between the Bounty of the Elements and the Forbidden Portal or even something new, has driven the deities insane, and they've renewed their ancient war like never before.

It's a Dominance battle to end all others. One month to determine which flight will be the true superpower of FR. And to add icing to the cake, it runs on total dragons exalted, without regard toward flight population, so Earth doesn't have the automatic advantage. (Actually, just revamping Dom calculations in general would probably be chaos in it's own right)


PS: Okay, I just read some of the other entries, and this is meager in comparison to The Imperial Apocalypse.
No this is also beautiful and we should add it to the Imperial Apocalypse
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he - him || it isn't lucifer, it's lucifUr, with an U. || FR + 4
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Every flight is conquest pushing
Every flight is conquest pushing
He/Him | FRT + 0
Looking For Transmuters and Nests
Buying Festival Currency
Grab Bags
Every dragon breed gets "revamped" art that changes their pose. It's so simple, but everyone would go beserk.
Every dragon breed gets "revamped" art that changes their pose. It's so simple, but everyone would go beserk.
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All UMA's disappear from the site completely
All UMA's disappear from the site completely
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Probably an event based off a strange theory I made a while back would throw the entire site into chaos. Here's said theory: [quote]Roundsey's raffle was never real, merely a falsified identity covering up a front that's committing massive scams of treasure by offering up fake items and complex illusions that have taken the form of dragons. The real Roundsey and her original raffle was banned years ago, due to unknown circumstances, and prevented it from ever being completed. The Roundsey we know today is an entire fake personality that is being used to hide the real identities behind this operation. So many lies have been weaved by such conspirators in this act, while many can see how fakes can be made, one can only really wonder if the dragons given out are real themselves. Are they real identities whose undergone transformations in order to keep up the scam? Unwilling victims to the wills of others? I suspect myself that they may be illusions themselves, after all, how else do dragons of such impossible rarity and history, seemingly come out of nowhere? Especially, since their never even been a single bit of proof that such dragons have seen or existed anywhere before they are put up into the raffle. This piece knowledge given to Tomo is clearly a warning by a insider who has infiltrated the secretive ring of the raffle holders, who wishes to expose this malevolent force of cons to the world. We must heed this warning now, before it is too late.[/quote]
Probably an event based off a strange theory I made a while back would throw the entire site into chaos.

Here's said theory:
Quote:
Roundsey's raffle was never real, merely a falsified identity covering up a front that's committing massive scams of treasure by offering up fake items and complex illusions that have taken the form of dragons. The real Roundsey and her original raffle was banned years ago, due to unknown circumstances, and prevented it from ever being completed. The Roundsey we know today is an entire fake personality that is being used to hide the real identities behind this operation. So many lies have been weaved by such conspirators in this act, while many can see how fakes can be made, one can only really wonder if the dragons given out are real themselves. Are they real identities whose undergone transformations in order to keep up the scam? Unwilling victims to the wills of others? I suspect myself that they may be illusions themselves, after all, how else do dragons of such impossible rarity and history, seemingly come out of nowhere? Especially, since their never even been a single bit of proof that such dragons have seen or existed anywhere before they are put up into the raffle. This piece knowledge given to Tomo is clearly a warning by a insider who has infiltrated the secretive ring of the raffle holders, who wishes to expose this malevolent force of cons to the world. We must heed this warning now, before it is too late.
[quote name="Starrun" date="2020-10-02 07:32:22" ] okay nonono my guys. Imagine all that, but TOGETHER. Absolute Apocalypse. Week 0. Staff start sending cryptic messages. So do the deities. Wow, Tidelord's back soon, right? New lore? New modern? New ancient? But the messages are too vague to know for sure. Week 1. UserUserson is grinding in Coli. Suddenly, the Bumble in the Training Fields drops... the Imperial scroll. UserUserson checks the database. Nothing. They check the front page for updates. Nothing. They file a ticket to Support. Immediately, they get a responce. It says only two words. "do it." Now, UserUserson is not a forum person, but they rush immediately to spread the word. "Haha, good photoshop!" - forum chants. Nobody believes poor UserUserson, so in their anger, they slap the Imperial on their progen, a fae named GenericDragon. The forums are in awe. Week 2. It's been everywhere. Users all over start getting Imperial scrolls as often as Coli apparel on a good grind. Economy is in shambles. Some people are showered with riches. Some barely have enough cash for food. In just a single week, Flight Rising was separated into two factions - the scrollers and the non-scrollers. Imperials breed like crazy. Imperial scrolls plummet in value, but it's still not enough to support economy. Then, Roundsey goes live with her newest Raffle! Yay, people think, perhaps the staff will have stuffed something into the prize pool to let the scrollers come down... ...it's 99 booleans, 99 golden idols, 99 bone fiends.. and 99. Accursed. Imperial scrolls. The forums are an outrage. Poor UserUserson is comprehending what they had started, for they are the first scroller. GenericDragon still sits in their lair. Gen 1 Imperial. Full basic. Proudly glaring at them with their smug Imperial stare. Week 3. A banner appears on the first page. Tidelord is back! UserUserson is delighted, but the forums surely are not. Everyone is grumpily posting something like "Maybe you should fix the economy first..." or "REMOVE THE IMPERIAL SCROLLS!!!". The Suggestions forum is overflowing with ideas on how to postpone the event until Imperials are eradicated. That is when UserUserson decides to check out other deities. They are gone. Their usual lair pages return errors. All festival announcements are gone. Except for Wavecrest Saturnalia. Water flight is dominating. The forums are wild. Water flight members are now universally hated. Many leave it, out of shame, but many join, for the dom bonuses can at least do something for the shattering economy, breaking under the weight of the new familiars. It doesn't do much. The scrollers, the only ones who have managed to amass the treasure to move, are most of the Water Flight now. The staff finally comes to say something. "Do not fear! A new event is coming shortly!" Nobody is happy. Week 4. It's been a full month since Flight Rising began to deteriorate. Most non-scrollers have quit. So have some scrollers - what's the fun in a game when you have achieved everything? The three who have managed to get a hold of the KS familiar stacks are nicknamed The Three and revered by the forums. In fact, there isn't much going on in the forums. Most of them are dead - nobody wants to discuss Flight Rising or trade for rare items when scrollers can already afford the world. Or, in fact, when The Three are holding sway of all things that still hold any value. UserUserson checks the front page for some hope of fixing this. Suddenly, a new event is announced. "Time to spice up the game! The Ultimate Dom Slam is now live!" - the announcement reads. An all-flight dom battle, coordinated by the staff, is out. Nobody reacts. They know Water will win anyway. Week 5. Water did win, in fact. Though this surprised no one, almost the entirety of the Flight Rising population has moved to the Tidelord's domain. The other flights are now dead, only inactive players and non-scrollers who didn't get gifts from their generous scroller buddies remaining to play. UserUserson checks their lair for their past comfort fae GenericDragon. Now, he serves as a grim reminder of how it all started... Except he doesn't. He's not in his lair at all. None of UserUserson's dragons are. Instead, some random dragons who all seem to have come from inactive lairs sit in his own... ...along with Tidelord, his maw agape menacingly. Astounded, UserUserson rushes to the other deities. They are back, but their own lairs each house a single random dragon or two. Instead, the dragon gods are scattered across random users' profiles, some landing in The Three's lairs too. The Arcanist is exalted as a joke. The Flameforger is sold on the Auction house for 1 treasure. The Earthshaker lands in an inactive player's lair. The Icewarden, The Stormcatcher and The Shadowbinder are in The Three's lairs. Auctions prices for them skyrocket. The Windsinger is hopping from lair to lair. People in the forums are vaguely entertained by using him as a travel dragon. Some people still remember the lore. The Plaguebringer is in someone's Coli team. The Gladekeeper is exchanged for 100 Imperial scrolls. Whoever sells her curses themselves for not adding more digits. The Tidelord sits in UserUserson's lair, maw open in an unheard cry. For help? Or for mocking the userbase, perhaps? Curiously, UserUserson checks The Lightweaver, who sits in someone's lair, undisturbed. In her tooltip, they read. "The Imperials were a mistake that must be rectified." [/quote] I FROM ARCANE FLIGHT IS LAUGHING IN PURE CHAOS RIGHT NOW. I MUST PULL AN NAOMI AND BREAK THE DATABASE TO MAKE THIS HAPPEN
Starrun wrote on 2020-10-02 07:32:22:
okay nonono my guys. Imagine all that, but TOGETHER. Absolute Apocalypse.

Week 0. Staff start sending cryptic messages. So do the deities. Wow, Tidelord's back soon, right? New lore? New modern? New ancient? But the messages are too vague to know for sure.

Week 1. UserUserson is grinding in Coli. Suddenly, the Bumble in the Training Fields drops... the Imperial scroll. UserUserson checks the database. Nothing. They check the front page for updates. Nothing. They file a ticket to Support. Immediately, they get a responce. It says only two words.
"do it."
Now, UserUserson is not a forum person, but they rush immediately to spread the word. "Haha, good photoshop!" - forum chants. Nobody believes poor UserUserson, so in their anger, they slap the Imperial on their progen, a fae named GenericDragon.
The forums are in awe.

Week 2. It's been everywhere. Users all over start getting Imperial scrolls as often as Coli apparel on a good grind. Economy is in shambles. Some people are showered with riches. Some barely have enough cash for food. In just a single week, Flight Rising was separated into two factions - the scrollers and the non-scrollers. Imperials breed like crazy. Imperial scrolls plummet in value, but it's still not enough to support economy.
Then, Roundsey goes live with her newest Raffle! Yay, people think, perhaps the staff will have stuffed something into the prize pool to let the scrollers come down...
...it's 99 booleans, 99 golden idols, 99 bone fiends..
and 99. Accursed. Imperial scrolls.
The forums are an outrage. Poor UserUserson is comprehending what they had started, for they are the first scroller. GenericDragon still sits in their lair. Gen 1 Imperial. Full basic. Proudly glaring at them with their smug Imperial stare.

Week 3. A banner appears on the first page. Tidelord is back! UserUserson is delighted, but the forums surely are not. Everyone is grumpily posting something like "Maybe you should fix the economy first..." or "REMOVE THE IMPERIAL SCROLLS!!!". The Suggestions forum is overflowing with ideas on how to postpone the event until Imperials are eradicated.
That is when UserUserson decides to check out other deities.
They are gone.
Their usual lair pages return errors.
All festival announcements are gone. Except for Wavecrest Saturnalia.
Water flight is dominating.
The forums are wild. Water flight members are now universally hated. Many leave it, out of shame, but many join, for the dom bonuses can at least do something for the shattering economy, breaking under the weight of the new familiars. It doesn't do much. The scrollers, the only ones who have managed to amass the treasure to move, are most of the Water Flight now.
The staff finally comes to say something.
"Do not fear! A new event is coming shortly!"
Nobody is happy.

Week 4. It's been a full month since Flight Rising began to deteriorate. Most non-scrollers have quit. So have some scrollers - what's the fun in a game when you have achieved everything? The three who have managed to get a hold of the KS familiar stacks are nicknamed The Three and revered by the forums.
In fact, there isn't much going on in the forums. Most of them are dead - nobody wants to discuss Flight Rising or trade for rare items when scrollers can already afford the world. Or, in fact, when The Three are holding sway of all things that still hold any value.
UserUserson checks the front page for some hope of fixing this.
Suddenly, a new event is announced.
"Time to spice up the game! The Ultimate Dom Slam is now live!" - the announcement reads. An all-flight dom battle, coordinated by the staff, is out.
Nobody reacts. They know Water will win anyway.

Week 5. Water did win, in fact. Though this surprised no one, almost the entirety of the Flight Rising population has moved to the Tidelord's domain. The other flights are now dead, only inactive players and non-scrollers who didn't get gifts from their generous scroller buddies remaining to play.
UserUserson checks their lair for their past comfort fae GenericDragon. Now, he serves as a grim reminder of how it all started...
Except he doesn't. He's not in his lair at all. None of UserUserson's dragons are.
Instead, some random dragons who all seem to have come from inactive lairs sit in his own...
...along with Tidelord, his maw agape menacingly.
Astounded, UserUserson rushes to the other deities. They are back, but their own lairs each house a single random dragon or two. Instead, the dragon gods are scattered across random users' profiles, some landing in The Three's lairs too.
The Arcanist is exalted as a joke.
The Flameforger is sold on the Auction house for 1 treasure.
The Earthshaker lands in an inactive player's lair.
The Icewarden, The Stormcatcher and The Shadowbinder are in The Three's lairs. Auctions prices for them skyrocket.
The Windsinger is hopping from lair to lair. People in the forums are vaguely entertained by using him as a travel dragon. Some people still remember the lore.
The Plaguebringer is in someone's Coli team.
The Gladekeeper is exchanged for 100 Imperial scrolls. Whoever sells her curses themselves for not adding more digits.
The Tidelord sits in UserUserson's lair, maw open in an unheard cry. For help? Or for mocking the userbase, perhaps?

Curiously, UserUserson checks The Lightweaver, who sits in someone's lair, undisturbed. In her tooltip, they read.

"The Imperials were a mistake that must be rectified."
I FROM ARCANE FLIGHT IS LAUGHING IN PURE CHAOS RIGHT NOW.
I MUST PULL AN NAOMI AND BREAK THE DATABASE TO MAKE THIS HAPPEN
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[quote name="Skyfrost" date="2020-10-02 10:32:43" ] I MUST PULL AN NAOMI AND BREAK THE DATABASE TO MAKE THIS HAPPEN [/quote] I'll gladly help you.
Skyfrost wrote on 2020-10-02 10:32:43:
I MUST PULL AN NAOMI AND BREAK THE DATABASE TO MAKE THIS HAPPEN
I'll gladly help you.
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