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Roleplay / Legends Of Voronda

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Legends of Voronda is a Play-by-Post Role-Playing Game run using the Legend System. It takes place in in original setting and features a diverse cast of characters involved in largely individual adventures across the world. Notable in that the GM and many of the players are tropers.

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  • Action Prologue: Vivian's and Habagabar's thread starts with the pair meeting while running from the law. High explosives and flying karate-kicks through stained glass windows are involved.
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  • Adventure-Friendly World: Ridiculously so.
  • Big Eater: Tuck.
  • Dungeon Punk
  • Evilutionary Biologist: The Augmentors and Progenitors take steps to avert this. Said steps don't always work.
  • The Fair Folk: Most Fairies are this. Nail is something of an exception, but not completely.
  • Half-Human Hybrid: All Changelings, including elves, hobgoblins, and orcs.
  • Heroes "R" Us: The Silver Circle.
  • Legitimate Businessmen's Social Club: The Lensmakers, kind of.
  • Lemony Narrator: Exelixi, hilariously so.
  • Lighter and Softer: The Legend of Vivian and Duke Habagabar is pretty much designed to be further off the rails than a minecart strapped to a Saturn V engine.
  • Our Monsters Are Different: To run down the list:
    • Elves are children of a Daoine Sidhe and a human. While considered beautiful by the latter, they are seen as hideous by the former.
    • Goblins are master engineers.
    • Orcs are the offspring of a human and a troll, with elements of both physiques and mentalities.
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    • Trolls are a very intelligent race of cultured warriors, with a strong emphasis on tradition.
  • Theory of Narrative Causality: Some Fairy magic runs on this. Some mortal magic likes to make the world run on this.
  • N.G.O. Superpower: The Guilds are all this.
  • World of Badass: The average Annan citizen is level three. This puts them near the peak of what real-world humans can do. Anyone who is actually a career adventurer could tear apart a tank with their bare hands.

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