The P.I. Casefiles

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Is it time to create chapter 2 of The P.I. Casefiles (a.k.a. the Noir thread)?

Yes - Make the new thread now! Concurrent plot/character development is awesome!
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Yes - But let us finish this plot line first, please. We're just about to wrap things up.
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No - Things are fine as it is.
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Re: The P.I. Casefiles

Postby 42th » Mon Sep 21, 2009 5:42 pm

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starseedjenny wrote:Can we stick a third dimension of wise/foolish, do you think? ;p

As a purist, I'd vouch for just sticking to the two traditional axes.
But, I mean, it's your baseball/character card; feel free to add whatever information you want to/feel is necessary.
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Re: The P.I. Casefiles

Postby the_shankmaster » Mon Sep 21, 2009 5:58 pm

Spoiler:
helios wrote:Batman is Crazy Good.


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Re: The P.I. Casefiles

Postby MetalNinja » Mon Sep 21, 2009 6:01 pm

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I have no idea as to what details would go on my Baseball card :?
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Re: The P.I. Casefiles

Postby the_shankmaster » Mon Sep 21, 2009 7:38 pm

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I don't believe in alignments. Circumstances can be pretty powerful. Like someone who always adheres to the law until the person who killed their loved one gets off on a technicality.
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Re: The P.I. Casefiles

Postby starseedjenny » Mon Sep 21, 2009 11:06 pm

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Well, sure, but there's the alignment that follows what your actions are normally like
G: Like helplessness experiments. That's the biggest problem in zombie apocalypses. People who survive will always eventually come to question why they bother.
Seamus: The biggest problem in zombie apocalypses is poor planning and not enough ammo.


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Re: The P.I. Casefiles

Postby Veil » Tue Sep 22, 2009 10:12 am

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DOUBLE EDIT: NOTHING HAPPENED HERE. I WON'T BE HERE NEXT WEEK, THAT IS ALL.
But I doubt it.
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Re: The P.I. Casefiles

Postby starseedjenny » Wed Sep 23, 2009 11:37 am

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G: Like helplessness experiments. That's the biggest problem in zombie apocalypses. People who survive will always eventually come to question why they bother.
Seamus: The biggest problem in zombie apocalypses is poor planning and not enough ammo.


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Re: The P.I. Casefiles

Postby helios » Fri Sep 25, 2009 12:52 pm

I watched as Robin was thrown back into the pile of lumber. That had me worried. The clown should've had more of a reaction than that. Sure, Robin wasn't exactly heavy, but she'd been moving at speed.
When I saw she was still moving, I tensed. I bent my knees slightly, and pushed down. I flicked out a batarang, and hurled it at the clown's feet.
Swing leg forward. Punch. Elbow. Knee. Punch. Kick. Twist. Grapple. Elbow. Knee. Stomach.
I jammed a small capsule into the clown's mouth.
Jaw. Nose. Elbow. Kick. Punch.
He staggered back, choking smoke streaming from his mouth and nose.
I landed, staying low, knee to the ground.
I looked at him, the rain dripping lazily around us, leaking through the gaps in the wood, down to the water below. I was out of my turf. The docks wan't where I was at home.
I stared at him, and simply said;
"Why?"
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Re: The P.I. Casefiles

Postby starseedjenny » Fri Sep 25, 2009 4:48 pm

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You are now free of nagging for...who am I kidding, I'll probably be annoying about it again in like two days.
G: Like helplessness experiments. That's the biggest problem in zombie apocalypses. People who survive will always eventually come to question why they bother.
Seamus: The biggest problem in zombie apocalypses is poor planning and not enough ammo.


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Re: The P.I. Casefiles

Postby RACHE » Fri Sep 25, 2009 4:51 pm

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And how!
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