Jump to content

DRAGONMOUNT

A WHEEL OF TIME COMMUNITY
Leyrann

Welcome to the Black Tower, FrozenLake!

Recommended Posts

SQUEE!  I love it!

 

20 points from meeeeee :biggrin:

 

*dances around in a circle with Frozen*

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I don't really think it was that good but thank you both  :biggrin:

 

Is there a specific way to keep track of points?

Edited by FrozenLake

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Once you have access to the private boards *kicks the ewok*, we have a thread called the Points Page in the farmhouse - this should be updated at least once a month, more often if the rest of the staff stops being lazier than Leyrann :wub:

 

There is also an off-site page that we used to maintain and had lost access to for a while, but they're trying to bring it back.  

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Once you have access to the private boards *kicks the ewok*, we have a thread called the Points Page in the farmhouse - this should be updated at least once a month, more often if the rest of the staff stops being lazier than Leyrann :wub:

 

There is also an off-site page that we used to maintain and had lost access to for a while, but they're trying to bring it back.  

 

I already updated it once and not even a month has passed yet.

 

But yeah, I intend to make it "once a month" now that the initial point spending craze (sorta) has died out.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

1432701882-2.jpg

OK, that made me giggle.

 

10 points for that.

 

Ley, how many points am I supposed to have? It's been too long since I've given out points.  :unsure:

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

 

1432701882-2.jpg

OK, that made me giggle.

 

10 points for that.

 

Ley, how many points am I supposed to have? It's been too long since I've given out points.   :unsure:

 

 

Storm Leader is 30 per month, if you're Paladin (Light element level 20 or higher) you get an additional 10 for 40 total.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

ok cool.  So, 3 days to give away another 10 points.  *keeps a watchful eye out*

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Creamy, typically, though both are fine.  Just for goodness sake look at the ingredients first.  90% of what's sold here is nothing but high fructose corn syrup and artificial flavorings.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

 

Hey, Frozen:

 

Creamy or crunchy?

Hmm, it depends on what we're talking about.

 

 

THIS IS A GOOD POINT.

 

:unsure:

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.

Guest
Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.

Loading...

  • Posts

    • Jaimelai! How have you been?
    • I had no idea they had official illustrations until I shared this, so cool!
    • I'm new to DM (and I'm in the Warder's Guild), but I kind of know what you mean.  I finished everything when it came out late January 2013, two or three weeks before the end of an important part of my life, when I was accepted into the University of Edinburgh for a Masters degree 15 February 2013.  As you well know (I'm still processing all you've written--nice to meet you!), I haven't left it since then.   I started reading the WoT when I was 13-14, and once I finished the WoT (at 25), I felt I couldn't go back.  I never met RJ, but my Latin teacher 8th grade was one of his former secretaries, his niece was two grades above me in our high school drama club, and one of my classmates at boarding school my high school senior year was one of his nearby neighbors.  But I was about to leave my former life and go to Scotland.  Sure, the WoT had defined high school and the moments I read the KoD during the lousy months of my Katrina exile that senior year were some of my happiest, but that was that.  I would be an adult, now, I wouldn't talk about it anymore, and I didn't want to think about it.  When I learned about DM (looooooooooooooooong before I reread--or listened to--the series), I didn't join, despite the fact we're all in love with it. Sure, I might make friends if I joined, but the WoT was over--so why prolong the agony? I only decided to join DM when I was halfway though the series last year--I think it was while I was reading a CoT (or thereabouts), and I only started talking to everyone when I was listening to a GS.    In the years after I finished--from January 2013 through December 2017--I would occasionally think of a saying or read something I had written years before and, when looking up the reference, find out that it was a WoT saying or that I had been quoting something in the series!  (Sometimes I found this out because of DM). It could sometimes be weird how much the WoT had been ingrained--I even forgot that Jak o' the Shadows was a WoT poem for some time!  But finally, the wife of one of my closest friends revealed she was a WoT fan and had decided to re-listen to the series.  (She's a seamstress, so she doesn't read, but listens to EVERYTHING).  When she learned I too was a fan, she tried hard and then eventually convinced me to listen to it instead and when I did, I realised I had forgotten quite a few details, if I remembered the general story and I'd swallowed every trope.  Occasionally, it was like jolts would come in as I listened--"So that's where that saying comes from" or "that's why I think that!"       Ending it had helped me define a chapter of my life, sure, from adolescence until my journey to Scotland.  But it turned out that the WoT was even more important to me than I thought it was--it had been a foundation stone for me.  It had helped me define life itself!  What would Mat say if he were me? It's as important to me now as it was ever, and so I'm as part of the WoT's story as much as anyone else.    I hope all I've written makes sense.  But--don't worry.  Finishing it is difficult.  And finishing it might be part of the end of your chapter.  I know I thought I was lost for several months/years afterwards.  But the story and its value will never end.  
×
×
  • Create New...