3:00pm July 15, 2014
5:19pm July 14, 2014
"Pardon me. This brand is a bit on the bubbly side, so we’ve given it a nice decanting."
4:48pm July 14, 2014
4:46pm July 14, 2014
7:42pm July 12, 2014
Anonymous asked: My character has a connection with an animal and can communicate with it freely. I'm not sure how to convey how they comm without the character reading the animal's thoughts, but I don't want to do that. What should I do to keep it animalistic?
- Animals can feel and express emotions, so your character might be able to sense the animal’s feelings - the character doesn’t need to hear “I’M ANGRY”, but they might get a burst of sudden anger and be able to guess it came from their link
- Also, while they aren’t having conversations, the animal could send impressions and memories into the human’s head to create an imperfect message. The link is less talking and more seeing/hearing/tasting/feeling.
- The character doesn’t need to read the animal’s thoughts all the time, since animals don’t bother hiding what they feel. If the animal is within sight range, the character can use their knowledge of animal body language to understand it.
7:09pm July 12, 2014
Rough game, Quidditch. Brutal, but no one’s died in years. Someone will vanish occasionally, but they’ll turn up in a month or two!