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Exerkol , July 2nd, 2009, 2:11 pm


~ TILDAS ~

Vacation is where, I wanna be~
Updates will be extrememly rare for the next couple of weeks, I'm away on holiday. =D, see ya soon.




Exerkol , November 19th, 2017, 6:06 am





Yamataro , July 2nd, 2009, 2:16 pm


Fav.


Dregan , July 2nd, 2009, 2:43 pm


@ATW: You think that's bad? I have an entire species bio lying around somewhere, that's the simple version.


SoubitheNinja , July 2nd, 2009, 3:18 pm


His species tried to force him to release his power to make him turn into a quadrapedial form, he refused, and thus was tortured to make him release his power. Vas escaped before then though, yet he was almost forced to release his power on two seperate occasions afterwards. This forced him to be stuck between the two forms, and now he is an Abomination of the Abominations.

It was actually easy to understand, even on the first time reading it....a little hard to read for words, but thats just my eyesight for ya.

Basically, Vas is an outcast among outcasts for refusing to follow tradition


godmoderncommander , July 2nd, 2009, 11:01 pm


*head steaming*

Please....stop...with...info....owwwwww......


Floo Phantom , July 2nd, 2009, 11:20 pm


Why?

I understood all of that.


AnnaBonana , July 4th, 2009, 3:26 pm


wall of text is so
intimidating ;_;


VadTheHedgehog , July 8th, 2009, 7:44 pm

O_o
Wow. My brain just handled that in 30 seconds.


Lugbzurg , August 12th, 2009, 4:30 pm


@ATW: No, that IS the simple version! The simple version cannot be even more mind-blowing than the full version!

@Exerkol: I take it you are Brittish or something like I. I dunno. You use "Whilst". Whereas we Americans use "While". Dunno why this is since we both speak the same language. You also seem to spell "Is" as "Iss" and put commas in strange places such as after "Did" at the beginning of a question.


Exerkol , August 12th, 2009, 5:31 pm


@Lug: Or, that huge speech was written by Dregan, seeing it's his character and I wouldn't want to be getting it wrong. In strange places? No. You've read it wrong. Vas says, "Did, his brain just explode?" Meaning, "Did, *pause* his brain just explode?" I don't know about the whilst and while, seeing I use both.


Lugbzurg , August 13th, 2009, 3:56 pm


No, that would be.

"Did... his brain just explode?"

It's "..." that you add, not a comma (,). A comma doesn't pause anything. It's mainly used to split stuff up in speech like a list. For example:

Shopping list: Cheese, lettuce, tomatos, bananas, oranges, grapes and panda meat. ("And" instead of a comma just before the last item.) There are other things that a comma is used for, (like just now, see? GASP! There it is, again! HUZZAH!) but there are too many for me to list them all and it gets complicated.

As for "Whilst", well, it's the British form of "While". It's "While" in the US, "Whilst" in the UK and as for Australia, I don't know.


Dregan , August 13th, 2009, 4:59 pm


A commar is to insigate a break in the sentence, and therefore, can be used as a brief pause, so as to cause the mind to break there. Whilst it's less commonly used in this form, it is entirely plausable.

'Whilst' is not the British form of 'While', it is the older form of it, which was developed into 'While'. Both forms can be used, however, over in America, 'While' is more common. 'While' is more common here, though 'Whilst' can still be used just as broadly.


Lugbzurg , August 13th, 2009, 6:14 pm

(At Dregan)
I've heard "Whilst" is supposed to be British. But maybe my source was wrong. Then again, it was a British book.

And, no, a comma never affects the way the speech is spoken in any way, shape or form. It doesn't actually make for a space ever at all.


Dregan , August 14th, 2009, 6:56 am


Lugbzurg, I want you to read a sentence, any sentence, which has a commar in it. You may note, that the way you read it, your mind generally inserts pauses. The point of a commar, it's soul purpose in life, is to break a sentence up like that. And that is exactly how it's been used here.




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