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[quote name="LynxSideris" date="2020-10-02 10:46:44" ] [quote name="Skyfrost" date="2020-10-02 10:32:43" ] [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 [/quote] Do it. Also Firage gets auctioned of to the highest bidder around week 3. [/quote] [b]I'll edit this...[/b] 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. That was, until Firage appeared in the Forums. The [i]Dragon Auction[/i] Forums. No announcement, no mod speeches. Just Firage poofing there. Prices skyrocketed. Firage was sold for an (un)godly 1000 Imperial Scrolls, even more than the Gladekeeper was sold for. The forums are in an uproar. The buyer, User ABCDEFG is bombarded with requests and offers for Firage. Apparently they value him more than they value the Gladekeeper. 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." Week 6 and 7:There was no warning. Somehow, miraculously, the deities revert back to their old lairs. The Staff posts a single announcement. "Today is the start of the Final Dominance." Nothing more. The Forums are filled with questions and wonders. Luckily, one mod was kind enough to answer. "This is not a battle. This is a [i]war[/i]. Losing deities will be killed on sight." No one believed them. That was, until week one ended. Fire was in last place. The Flamecaller was immediately deleted. Along with every single Fire dragon. Seeing their liar pages reveal only one thing: "The Fire has been extinguished." Full. On. Panic. Never had a deity died before. The Flights were in chaos. They scrambled to exalt dragons to their deities before it was too late. The next to fall was the Earthshaker. Every single Earth dragon was deleted, with one message where they used to remain: "The Pillar has broken." Windsinger lost next. "The Tornado has stopped." Lightweaver put up a strong fight, but ultimately lost the battle. "The Light has been Forgotten." Nature Flight stayed dominant for a few days, but couldn't keep up the pace. "The Growth has been exterminated." Arcane Flight still had great numbers but still lost in the end. "The Knowledge has been lost." Shadow Flight fought tooth and nail, but in the end lost to the greater numbers of Water. "The Shadows have been banished." Lightning held strong for a few more days before succumbing to their fate. "The Thunder has been chained." Ice lost soon after. "The Ice has melted." Plague's victory was nearly in reach before Water flight snatched it away. "The Infection has been purged." In the end, only one flight survived. Water. ... The mods were laughing at us all.
LynxSideris wrote on 2020-10-02 10:46:44:
Skyfrost wrote on 2020-10-02 10:32:43:
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
Do it.
Also Firage gets auctioned of to the highest bidder around week 3.
I'll edit this...

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.
That was, until Firage appeared in the Forums.
The Dragon Auction Forums.
No announcement, no mod speeches. Just Firage poofing there.
Prices skyrocketed.
Firage was sold for an (un)godly 1000 Imperial Scrolls, even more than the Gladekeeper was sold for.
The forums are in an uproar.
The buyer, User ABCDEFG is bombarded with requests and offers for Firage.
Apparently they value him more than they value the Gladekeeper.

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."

Week 6 and 7:There was no warning.
Somehow, miraculously, the deities revert back to their old lairs.
The Staff posts a single announcement.
"Today is the start of the Final Dominance."
Nothing more.
The Forums are filled with questions and wonders.
Luckily, one mod was kind enough to answer.
"This is not a battle. This is a war. Losing deities will be killed on sight."
No one believed them.
That was, until week one ended.
Fire was in last place.
The Flamecaller was immediately deleted.
Along with every single Fire dragon.
Seeing their liar pages reveal only one thing:
"The Fire has been extinguished."
Full. On. Panic.
Never had a deity died before. The Flights were in chaos.
They scrambled to exalt dragons to their deities before it was too late.
The next to fall was the Earthshaker.
Every single Earth dragon was deleted, with one message where they used to remain:
"The Pillar has broken."
Windsinger lost next. "The Tornado has stopped."
Lightweaver put up a strong fight, but ultimately lost the battle.
"The Light has been Forgotten."
Nature Flight stayed dominant for a few days, but couldn't keep up the pace.
"The Growth has been exterminated."
Arcane Flight still had great numbers but still lost in the end.
"The Knowledge has been lost."
Shadow Flight fought tooth and nail, but in the end lost to the greater numbers of Water.
"The Shadows have been banished."
Lightning held strong for a few more days before succumbing to their fate.
"The Thunder has been chained."
Ice lost soon after.
"The Ice has melted."
Plague's victory was nearly in reach before Water flight snatched it away.
"The Infection has been purged."
In the end, only one flight survived.
Water.
...
The mods were laughing at us all.
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((I added week 6 and 7. The deaths were by random. Plz no smite me.))
((I added week 6 and 7. The deaths were by random. Plz no smite me.))
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mandatory tricolor scatterscroll and gene shuffling applied to all dragons. No further modifications by the players allowed anymore. Imagine the dragon auctions.
mandatory tricolor scatterscroll and gene shuffling applied to all dragons. No further modifications by the players allowed anymore. Imagine the dragon auctions.
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good to see we're kicking off spooky month strong
good to see we're kicking off spooky month strong
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>she/her
>fr +3
>avatar
>about
x
>lore
>origamis
>wishlist
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The site is fully reset. Nobody has anything anymore. We're all staring again, anew, everyone is angry.
The site is fully reset. Nobody has anything anymore. We're all staring again, anew, everyone is angry.
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the flight that has the most days dominant that month is the one that gets a festival

the flight lowest on dominance has their dragons randomly exalted one by one.

the beastclans now have a festival. it is every day. the fest currency is the tears of the player base and imp scrolls.

all imperials in the game begin disappearing from their lairs of origin and reappearing in the Lightweaver's lair. from there they are exalted one by one after being reverted to unnamed status. a huge rush for breed change scrolls ensues, but suddenly all scrolls cost 2000 gems and have been retired.

someone breeds the plaguebringer and gladekeeper together, but all that comes out is spiders. the fanbase descends into chaos. is it incest? how does it work, aren't both deities female? how does this happen?

the spiders begin replacing dragons in people's lair. they are all named Fork.

the arcanist accidentally exalts his entire flight and then himself.

the tidelord returns. nobody cares. he is spiders anyway. all the spiders are named tidelord now. all the tidelord are named spiders.

your hands are spiders. you do not care. you are named tidelord.

a new eye type comes out. it's called Regret. you are suddenly blind. you do not care. it is all spiders now. you do not need to see to know this fact.
the flight that has the most days dominant that month is the one that gets a festival

the flight lowest on dominance has their dragons randomly exalted one by one.

the beastclans now have a festival. it is every day. the fest currency is the tears of the player base and imp scrolls.

all imperials in the game begin disappearing from their lairs of origin and reappearing in the Lightweaver's lair. from there they are exalted one by one after being reverted to unnamed status. a huge rush for breed change scrolls ensues, but suddenly all scrolls cost 2000 gems and have been retired.

someone breeds the plaguebringer and gladekeeper together, but all that comes out is spiders. the fanbase descends into chaos. is it incest? how does it work, aren't both deities female? how does this happen?

the spiders begin replacing dragons in people's lair. they are all named Fork.

the arcanist accidentally exalts his entire flight and then himself.

the tidelord returns. nobody cares. he is spiders anyway. all the spiders are named tidelord now. all the tidelord are named spiders.

your hands are spiders. you do not care. you are named tidelord.

a new eye type comes out. it's called Regret. you are suddenly blind. you do not care. it is all spiders now. you do not need to see to know this fact.
>wishlist
>my magnum opus
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@Alfamangle @meowmeowmeow222 @AmethystLynx
Would you like me to include them in the Imperial Apocalypse?
@Alfamangle @meowmeowmeow222 @AmethystLynx
Would you like me to include them in the Imperial Apocalypse?
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@skyfrost i would be honored
@skyfrost i would be honored
>wishlist
>my magnum opus
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[quote name="AmethystLynx" date="2020-10-02 12:01:43" ] the arcanist accidentally exalts his entire flight and then himself. [/quote] Wait WHAT
AmethystLynx wrote on 2020-10-02 12:01:43:
the arcanist accidentally exalts his entire flight and then himself.
Wait WHAT
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[quote name="Skyfrost" date="2020-10-02 12:03:49" ] @/Alfamangle @//meowmeowmeow222 @/AmethystLynx Would you like me to include them in the Imperial Apocalypse? [/quote] I feel a total restart is a fitting end, wouldn't you? Consider: On the refresh, random people get the ks/beta rewards. Ks backers/bets players are ANGRY.
Skyfrost wrote on 2020-10-02 12:03:49:
@/Alfamangle @//meowmeowmeow222 @/AmethystLynx
Would you like me to include them in the Imperial Apocalypse?
I feel a total restart is a fitting end, wouldn't you? Consider: On the refresh, random people get the ks/beta rewards. Ks backers/bets players are ANGRY.
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