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  1. Dear Sir Knight

    The Roleplay Hub (OOC 4th wall breaking casual roleplay)

    Deorward regards the pegasus before it, as if gauging them. "This one will remark that ponykind has always seemed very willing to act for the sake of others, at least in this one's experience. My masters described your race as 'virtuous'. It is unknown if we are able to assuage their emotional burden, but this one does not detest an attempt to do so, assuming 'Zero' would have us and if we are even able to begin whilst confined in this 'Hub'. Perhaps we should inquire?"
  2. Dear Sir Knight

    The Roleplay Hub (OOC 4th wall breaking casual roleplay)

    Deorward regarded the emotionally-shaken biped with a quite literally unknowable look. "Would that this Guardian could have a purpose as you do. In the times of yore, this one fought against great and plentiful enemies as well, in a bid to protect the masters that created it. Now, they are gone, and this one is left with nothing but the goal to seek them out, if they still yet live. It is now curious. Could you have forgotten the magnitude of your ceaseless duty?" The words do not bear any malign intent, and somehow, the Guardian seems sympathetic in its emotionless manner. However valuable such words are however, as they came from an entity that does not feel as organics do, is up to the listener.
  3. Dear Sir Knight

    The Roleplay Hub (OOC 4th wall breaking casual roleplay)

    "This Guardian does not think that to be necessary. The Hub as it is now seems very much active, as well as a much larger portion of the current population. Including the currently gathered," Deorward states, recalling its recent scrutiny of The Hub.
  4. Dear Sir Knight

    The Roleplay Hub (OOC 4th wall breaking casual roleplay)

    Deorward silently regards the exchange between the two most recent speakers, before facing towards one of them, still lingering in the air due to flight. It is then intent on answering their inquiry. "An unknown phenomenon, there are several individuals who seem inexplicably and largely inactive, as if exempt from time. Whether or not this may change is uncertain. This Guardian had known them very briefly." (Apparently the means iterated upon in previous pages to explain any previous user's absence from this thread without outright saying they just stopped posting.)
  5. Dear Sir Knight

    The Roleplay Hub (OOC 4th wall breaking casual roleplay)

    "This Guardian has not been here long, at least as far as it is aware," it affirms. "Previously, it seemed to have been afflicted by some form of temporal stasis, or such are the terms it would use to describe whatever anomalous event afflicted it. There are others who seem to be under similar circumstances, though it would not know how to liberate them of this." Idly, the towering frost construct looks over the Coffee Shop and some of the figures inside it, before refocusing on the present company.
  6. Dear Sir Knight

    The Roleplay Hub (OOC 4th wall breaking casual roleplay)

    Deorward nears at last towards the Coffee Shop, the same figure from before lying outside it once more, though now accompanied by a pony. Strangely, they seem unaware of its presence, though the pony is very clearly affected by its emanated frost. Now close to them, the massive animated armor makes its presence known. "Assuming that you would inquire of its designation like others before you, this Guardian states that it was named 'Deorward'. Furthermore, it would be willing to answer any inquiries to the best of its abilities, assuming that this one was the target of your previous statement," it sounded deep and loudly.
  7. Dear Sir Knight

    The Roleplay Hub (OOC 4th wall breaking casual roleplay)

    It wasn't long before the wintry wisp detected active life. Really, the Hub was practically alive itself, as it brimmed with a great many inhabitants from innumerable worlds all gathered here for leisure and social activity outside their native realm. It was something of a paradise with people sprawling all over, which only furthered the magical construct's intrigue of this wholly exotic place. It became evident to the animated armor that it was no longer practical to scour the Hub for much longer, as it was too massive and it'd already detected a group of entities closest to its corporeal body. The wisp returned to its entire being in swiftness. Deorward then turned to face what was called a "Coffee Shop", as indicated by the sign emblazoned with familiar Cervine characters. Interesting. Was it really in Cervine or did others view it in their familiar languages? Deorward perished its musings however, as a figure came out of the shop suddenly, seemingly contemplative and taking in air, before returning. Deorward continued to stare at the shop and the spot where the novel figure had been for a few seconds, before deciding to approach.
  8. Dear Sir Knight

    The Roleplay Hub (OOC 4th wall breaking casual roleplay)

    In a lofty area of the Hub, swirling tendrils of icy air began to quicken, as if excited. They emanated from a source that stood dead still, a colossal armor seemingly made of hard ice bearing a massive sword easily larger than most living beings. It was surrounded by others of all sorts very similarly inactive, not even a breath being drawn from them. Acting like time had simply forgot them. The armor itself was soon surrounded by a thick frost that started to resemble a blizzard, obscuring it from outside observation before surging outwards quietly and violently in a radius, then disappearing. In the hollow area of its helmet, the visor, a light did shine, a dark cautious yellow where there had been none before. Alas, the animated armor moved, scrutinizing is surroundings and the unmoving people around it. "Curious," it boomed, the word resonating in the air due to its speaker's deep voice. The construct, made alive by an old powerful magic serving as a 'soul', detected things not by sight but by the encompassing frost aura that surrounded it. Thus it summoned a tendril of cold air, a fiber of its magical being, before its corporeal body. It immediately moved around the Hub, looking for others that did not lack in life.
  9. Dear Sir Knight

    The Roleplay Hub (OOC 4th wall breaking casual roleplay)

    "It is called 'Deorward'," it said simply. Then the golem offered the still wriggling creature in its hand, presenting it to Nightshade Remix yet still holding it in a firm enough grasp to prevent any escape. "This Guardian will relinquish possession of the the creature to you, if you wish it so." The massive armor then made a quick look of its surroundings and added, "This Guardian identifies multiple Ponies in the current area. Therefore, it concludes that you and those alike share the same world of origin as this one, and so would like to ask: What is the nature of the current location in comparison to origin world?"
  10. Dear Sir Knight

    The Roleplay Hub (OOC 4th wall breaking casual roleplay)

    Deorward beheld the strange creature as it made vigorous progress in dirtying the ancient construct. It attempted at its visor, likely expecting to weaken it somehow. Unfortunately for it, with nothing inside that but metal and magic, its effectiveness was rather lackluster. As the golem watched, it reflected that the other inhabitants of this realm, like its attacker, would be just as unable to inflict harm as itself, seemingly with different variations. Deorward could not be brought to handle its sword, become hostile, or act with lethal intent, whereas this creature could. However, it noticed that this creature seemed to be missing appendages in various locations, likely claws, teeth, and other such things capable of doing harm. Thus, it could not do any meaningful damage. The Powers That Be affected the residents of this place in different ways, it appeared. The construct then reached again for the creature, this time with no ill-will. It picked it up without any interference (but most definitely resistance), in a largely indifferent and non-harmful grasp and stared at it from the now stained visor. Deorward was lacking in initiative thereafter, however, being a subservient entity created to defend and defer to the will of others, and so looked to its newfound acquaintances. "What should this Guardian do with this unidentified entity?" (I hope I'm not overstepping any boundaries in handling your OC, Cerebret)
  11. Dear Sir Knight

    The Roleplay Hub (OOC 4th wall breaking casual roleplay)

    Deorward observed the two newcomers approach it, one a humanoid plant-like entity fixated on the guardian and the other a more familiar quadruped called a 'Pony'. Its masters had known and associated with Ponies quite well, but its own encounters with them have been few. Before it could suggest that they identify themselves, another creature leapt directly for the gelid construct. It landed on its shoulder plate, and seemed as if attempting to attack Deorward. For a brief moment, its visor flashed red and it instantly reacted by reaching for the strange life-form, but the guardian was quickly subjugated by whatever force was at work here, reducing it back to its yellow state. "This Guardian would like to inquire as to the nature of this creature now upon it," Deorward said, still watching the peculiar life-form attempting to defeat it.
  12. Dear Sir Knight

    The Roleplay Hub (OOC 4th wall breaking casual roleplay)

    "This one is a construct made to be the dutiful protector of the now gone Reindeer race of the Frozen North. They had named it 'Deorward'," the lifeless metal stated matter-of-factly. It scanned the fairy once more, before booming, "This Guardian has decided that you are not a danger to it." The yellow light did not disappear however, indicating that the construct was still likely suspicious of this unfamiliar place and its other inhabitants. (Actually an OC of mine. It's been presented in the OC Master List.)
  13. Dear Sir Knight

    The Roleplay Hub (OOC 4th wall breaking casual roleplay)

    The cold aura that permeated from the lifeless metal wriggled in the presence of the fairy, and began to circle around the armor excitedly. The helmet's visor soon glowed a dark red light, and the metal mass suddenly collapsed onto its knees with a thud, like it was weakened. In a quick motion, the clearly animated armor reached for its sword, but could not grasp it, metallic fingers instead hovering over the blade's handle. Not missing a moment, however, it righted itself and stood once more at its full height. It looked out into the Hub, seeing for only a moment the gelid snowy plains of the Frozen North, the eternally raging blizzards, and the abandoned city it resided in not too long ago. Then it saw the realm as it truly was, a curious and seemingly hospitable place of comfort. Not of its own will, the dangerous red light was quelled and replaced with a cautious yellow instead. The armor then understood that there could be no violence done here. It gazed emptily towards its surroundings, before finally resting on the closest character-of-interest. A feminine creature of small proportion adorning insect wings on her back. It did not know what this creature was, only that she was vaguely similar in shape to itself. It recalled that she had said a greeting to it. Minding that, the animation boomed robotically, "Hail, small one."
  14. Dear Sir Knight

    The Roleplay Hub (OOC 4th wall breaking casual roleplay)

    Without warning, upon the featureless white floor emerged a great many of intricate sigils that flowed in a massive circle. They glowed a powerful cold blue light and shook as if exerting a great effort. From the center of the circle, there emerged a towering armor. It was humanoid and colossal in size, upright and easily standing at eight feet in height. Snow clung to it, as if attached, and the material of the armor itself seemed ice-like in appearance. Upon its back was a sword of broad proportions almost as large as the armor it adorned, the kind of weapon others usually acquired to compensate for glaring deficiencies elsewhere. Cold air could be seen squirming around this newly arrived figure. With this lifeless hunk of metal so generously gifted to this white void, the runes responsible fled in a flash befitting of their brightness.
  15. Dear Sir Knight

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