Yo! Check this out! Your old character, Alwin the Fist, have been through a lot since your latest post. After his job as the prison janitor, he was hired to fly a cartographer midget around the globe, and then he finally returned to Hell to help the Mad King rise back to power - now Alwin is helping his master destroying Christmas! Joining the event this year?
By the way, in your post, you mentioned that you would wish all that crazy shit that you imagined was real. That little fact is awzum, because of several things.
1) Mania, the Goddess of Insanity, grants her chosen servants (Only one, so far, was Kari) a special ability - to loosen up their minds and imagine all kinds of strange things, but the special part about this ability is that these imagined things become reality! Only side effect is a loss of sanity and deep wish to do evil stuff.
2) Rheiko is starting to lose his mind as well, and the plan was kind of to let the two of you become friends anyway, so if you have this slight insanity in common, it might be easier!
3) Mania needs new servants anyways, since Kari and most of her maniac army was slain.
Oh, and please talk with Kari or me, if you want to use Mania in your posts
Alright, I made the final post that might get you guys going ^^
This post finally got you hired in the robotic police station as the place's only janitor. Vengeancekael arranged it all so that you and Rheiko could meet, though, but Alwin has no idea about that. He only knows that he have to fix some robots and clean some prison cells to get more paychecks ^^
I know that you did, but what I am saying is, your message is wrong. It's talking about Daily Peon, Dark Prophecy is a different thing. That said, it's been dead for quite a while now since people have better things to do.
Eh, looking back, I find Triumvirate to be a Mary Sue of factions. Everyone's happy, everything's wonderful, happy happy joy joy, crystal spires and togas. I did fix that mistake by destroying the entire world with VeljkoM's help and then starting a new smaller faction, but I never got around to finish anything.
Still, what you have to understand is, Daily Peon was never meant to be serious. I mean, it started from Random Lulzers and at the beginning was basically sillyness taken to extremes. I mean, the thing that jump started the roleplay was my Hunt for Tleno comic and you may remember how ridiculous that was.
One of the reasons why people disliked your force and posts was exactly because of how serious you tried to make it seem. Compared to the wacky world of DP, your force was complete out of place with it's, I dare way, Warhammerish seriousness.
Oh well, it's all over now, but it's been a nice experience that taught so much.
What does this have to do with Dark Prophecy? Unless you mean the group in general. Either way, what you describe happened in Daily Peon, Dark Prophecy was completely different.
But yea, can't argue about original DP being stupid. Daily Peon for most of it's history was ridiculous and mostly dumb, but sorry, your stories were one of the worst. No offence.
That is also why we destroyed you. Because we seriously hated your force. It was not intended to be a fair fight. It was not intended to make sense.
We just ganged up and grinded you until you got the message and quit the group.
Of course you weren't by far the only bad player. As you said, Trolman's lore was ridiculous.
I mean he pulled most of his lore out of his ass, not to mention that he seriously pushed the idea that his army's dead were revived after every battle by the paladins, so no one ever died. That is a special kind of dumb.
Even though the roleplay had it's awesome moments, most of the stuff from back then would be completely cringeworthy now. I mean, I hate like 80% of the stuff I used for the Triumvirate.
The only plot of mine that I actually liked and still do was my last plot. Aka, the plot that I never got to finish, because of the reboot.
But, again, the point is that the things done in Daily Peon have nothing to do with Dark Prophecy. The two are completely different in pretty much every aspect, except for being in fantasy universes and using terrain-based roleplaying.