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Cal'Coro'Matoak: A Stroke of Fate (RP)

Cal'Coro'Matoak: A Stroke of Fate (RP)

Postby Celice » Sun Mar 20, 2011 12:15 am

(( OCC Sorry for the lame title, but I like to give less generic ones. Okay, so we are set to begin! If you would like to join, register in the registration thread if you haven't done so already.

This first post helps to show where your character is, who they are, and familiarize yourself with them :3. When everyone posts, then we can get more of an idea how to bring them together or you can jump into the card game or talk to a character that has already posted. Do what you will to help in drawing everyone into contact! The plot will start moving when it does but there are so many ways we could end up going.
ALSO! this first round of posting WILL establish POSTING ORDER. That way we can keep things organized. You post at your turn and don't jump the gun (without asking first , of course. Some situations you will be allowed to jump ahead your turn)) so everyone gets a chance to speak and not get pushed to the side.

Another rule is at least a post of week, please. If you don't post in a week without informing us of a situation or inability to post, then your character will be removed via the GM (me). They won't be killed, simply moved to a place where they can return if they wish, but are out of the way enough the RP can continue.

For those who want to make a new character, remove your current character first either through death or simply leaving so they may return another day. You can have more than one living character BUT they cannot be active at the same time. One character per person to RP at a time.

And last but not least NO GOD-MODING or your character will experience the GM's heavy hammer of smiting which will come swift and painfully to anyone who dares to break this rule. YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED!. Thank you.
That is all I can think of all rules, so enjoy the RP and lets get something interesting started! ))
The Val'Esmeralia clan knew how to build a casino. They knew what the people wanted and would spend money on aimlessly in a desperate wish to get ahead on what lady luck was wishing to give out. The Sun's Haven Casino was one such place of deceiving glamor and upward movement in society. The building glowed as if the sun itself did rest within it as its namesake indicated. It was beaten and bruised on the outside to show that it was perhaps not the most highly ranked casino, but it held a place in the middle of society that was undisputed. Commoners came in with the coins they had and spent it quickly in hopes to make more.

Inside card games shuffled, wheels spun, cranks were pulled and the groans of those who lost their fortune and the cries of delight at those that had come out on top of the various games of chances echoed. Servants rushed about delivering drinks to those that asked, refilling the glasses of those taking the time to sit by the large windows at the view of the city in all its deceptive glory, or at a game and too distracted to find a tender. At all entrances, guards stood with wicked weapons and dressed in impressive armor making sure that any of the rift raft that was more undesirable then the usual crowd was....quickly eliminated. One bad customer meant others would try to get away with crimes. It was best to make an example of people who broke the carefully set down rules of the Val'Esmeralia clan's policies as the menu would indicate. Drow was always on the menu in various forms from soup to roasts.

The most well guarded area was a stairway that went up to the upper levels and the more private areas. It was here that the owner of this particular casino, Spade Val'Esmeralia, resided and also where the more secretive and dangerous games went on. The most serious of gamblers knew what lie beyond those doors painted with intricate designs and inlaid with gems. Of course, only those with special passes or invitations could ascend those stairs to enter that secondary world of gambling. Half of those that returned. Sometimes a gamble had to be settled with your life.

The rules were simple: Cause trouble and you would be "escorted" out. Those escorted out, of course, had a tedancy to not be seen again...at least in the same form.
The second rule was to settle your issues of money outside or look to one of the various overseers. If you didn't, you would be considered causing trouble. Truly that was all there was to it.

Cheating was only illegal if you got caught after all. A good cheater was to be applauded if they got away with it.

The casino was a place where fortunes were made or lost. Where a passing noble could go from riches to rags in moments. It was a place that was also the stage for chance meetings of people that could lead to larger things in the sickened,bloated, belly of Cal'Coro'Matoak underworld.

~*~

In one of the smoke-filled parlors at one of the card tables, Yuyu'Maa sat idly staring at her cards as if they were foreign objects. The truth was the woman didn't play cards often. She didn't know the first thing about the game and was really just out for a bit of fun. Or more of a foray into why people called cards fun. In her lap, a squirming worm of some sort moved up, its little eyes blinking and regarding the cards more hungrily. It lifted its front half to try and nip at the cares.

the Black threads guild member frowned and lightly pushed the little devil of a silkworm down, "Behave baby Tutol," She said as if the insect where an unruly baby rather than a large silkworm. The worm only curled up drooling lightly and making small sounds of protest, behaving itself for a while before again going for the cards.

The worm wasn't the only thing bothering the would-be gambler. The giant messenger moth on her shoulder, Atlas, was content to also buffer her with questioning antenna, its wings fluttering lightly, spreading a fine dust halo about it with its movements. Yuyu'Maa batted away an antenna, "Not now Atlas....mmmm....." Eventually she drew a card and placed it on the table, "I think I'll call..." she declared adding a few more coins to the pot.

She looked up then to look at those playing the game and then turned to look out over the crowd as well holding out her glass for a passing servant to fill. Idly she wondered what kind of odd company these sort of places brought as well. Would there be the mysterious Val'Nalorn? The cunning Val'Esmeralia? The powerful Vel'Rakshasa or perhaps even other skilled weavers like herself? What kind of commoners came to such places as well?

All of these questions came through her head before she turned back to the came at hand, blinking as she realized it was her turn again," Mmmm...oh. Huh," She mumbled lifting the cards away from Tutol again, "Hmmm...So atlas which card this time?" She asked the moth.

Truly, she had no idea what she was doing if she was asking an overgrown moth for advice on the game.
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Re: Cal'Coro'Matoak: A Stroke of Fate (RP)

Postby Eltharrion » Sun Mar 20, 2011 8:18 pm

Something was causing a bit of a commotion at the front door of the casino. Apparently, a single drider was trying to step in, but guards weren't so keen to let him pass. The argument had started to gather few people around it, and more and more came to see what was going on.

"I told you, they're not claws, they're my legs!"
Tian'kiria's voice cut loudly over the whispering of the nearby customers, even ringing a bit deeper in the hall and making few heads turn toward the door to see who was shouting.
The argument with the guard went on for few moments and tension rose up a bit, until the guard let him step into the dim, dusty and smoky place. Clearly both ones at the door weren't happy about the ne'kalsaider trampling into their casino.

Tian sighted a bit, his large body tipping slightly forward with the movement. As he stepped in, the nearby people backed off, keeping a short distance away from him. At least, those that spotted him right away did. With just a first step, Tian managed to bump his leg into one of the servants standing back toward him, who nearly tipped downright over and run away from the scene, clearly terrified.

It's never good with the other people. They hate me, fear me. And just when I wanted only to spend some hard-earned money. Look at them. Half of them are staring at me, and the rest is whispering about how I should disappear, thinking I don't hear them...
These kind of thoughts passed trough Tian's head as he made quickly his way to the side of the room, people stepping away from his path. Still, it was bit hard to move by, as people just couldn't always open a path for his body, being as wide as three drow side by side.

Reaching the side, he lifted himself on to straight legs, not really caring if people started to stare at him or not. He just wanted to see a nice dark table where to join in a game.
...Huh, a bug? Za? Large moth... Wait a minute...
Then, Tian spotted the giant moth sitting on Yuuyu'Ma's head, and also noticed she was wearing black. Seemed like his luck was turning a bit. Nice, dark smoky table, and possibly a nice person to talk to who wouldn't run away the moment he spoke!
With the table as his direction, Tian started to make his way silently toward the table. In other words, he caused quite a commotion, cutting straight trough the hall and making people shout out few times some angry points like "what's the point" and "watch your step, damn pest!".
Reaching the table, Tian simply pulled one of the chairs off to the side and stood on it's spot, nodding toward Yuuyu'Ma and making a wide smily grin to his face while his arm rose up to a relaxed greeting. This caused bit hard-to-read expression, as his sharp corner teeth came around, making it bad to say was he either trying to be friendly or baring his teeth for intimidation.
"Hi!"
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Re: Cal'Coro'Matoak: A Stroke of Fate (RP)

Postby DeadPigeonGolem » Sat Mar 26, 2011 2:03 am

Ehn'sazi surveyed his options. One was somewhat bland, but definitely the more prudent option. The other was very very good and very very dangerous.


Dangerous for his wallet that is.

"Ah, f***it," he said. He had just been payed by a gangster of some kind (distilled juice of hallucinogenic fungus, crystallized, then smoked is incredibly potent compared to the oral dosing of the same juice and people seem to be willing to pay a LOT of money for it) and had money to throw around. "Gimme the drow en sarcophage ((drowolath and drowussu meat in a puff pastry with tikitikki fois gras and stone truffle sauce))."
"Certainly sir," said the almost (but not quite) insufferably polite model who served (he was dressed scantily, to the appreciation of the). "And what table shall I bring it to?"
"I'll be playing cards over there," said Ehn'sazi, "The lady over there appears to be easy pickings..." Ehn'sazi made his way over, folded his legs under him and leaned on the table. "Deal me in, here's a hundred ada. What are we playing?" he asked the dealer. He barely noticed his fellow ne'kalsaider, as his meal was slowly making its way across the floor from the kitchens and it looked delicious, as did the drowling slave carrying it. How badly would the casino react if he ate one of their busboys? On the one hand, they might decide to shoot him with crossbows, but on the other hand.....
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Re: Cal'Coro'Matoak: A Stroke of Fate (RP)

Postby Renfri » Sun Mar 27, 2011 7:55 am

The Val of Esmeralia indeed knew how to build a casino, and Viru'tamo rarely could resist the temptation to try his luck. Also now, after dealing with the transport of that batch of fine alcohols (the business of producing which his house occupied itself in within the clan), he walked about the casino, trying to decide which game should he spend his money on. Waste his money, most probably, as he was well aware of himself being rather the exception to the rule of Esmeralias being master gamblers, but 'while there's life, there's hope'.

He took a glass from a passing servant and looked around, when suddenly some commotion at the entrance drew his attention. Curious, he glanced in that direction, to see a nel'kaisander trying to gain entrance to the casino. He personally never minded driders, though they were rather unusual guests in this place, and the guards seemed to be rather reluctant to let it in. Vir observed the spectacle that ensued, sipping on his drink, as the newcomer finally managed to get in and joined the table in one of the darker parlors, where some people were engaged in the card game.
Cards... That would be good. he thought to himself. That particular table seemed to gather quite an interesting company, what was for him an incentive in itself.

He came to the table and picked out the ada for the bet.
"Greetings there" he said, smiling politely to the company at the game "Count me in. Here's the bet." he added to the dealer as he was taking his place.
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Re: Cal'Coro'Matoak: A Stroke of Fate (RP)

Postby Ax'smira » Sun Mar 27, 2011 8:45 am

"I'm was sure that these silly games wouldn't interest you sister," Na'deeja silky voice said as she leaned against her sister's chair. The only reply to her observation was a grunt. She greeted it with a smile and a small chuckle. It was only the third table since they had enter, hidden in their teal colored dresses. Na'deeja hadn't touched a single card, but that was the plan. For five moons, she had been accompanying the honored heir of her house to this particular casino. As her sister grew an affinity or rather an obsession with the card games she couldn't seem to win, Na'deeja amusement had grown. She was almost willing to bet that soon, her sister would act as the clan's heir did. Wasting away to the benefit of another clan and unwittingly aiding her in her own game.

All of which is amusing and far more interesting than class...Though I suppose I will have to drag her away soon or else current head of the guard will realize where we have wandered off too and I'm not ready to get her addicted to anything, she thought as she grabbed two drinks off a passing slave's tray. Settling one near her sister, she leaned against her chair. Sipping and watching, watching and sipping, tonight seemed to be one of the interesting nights. The night where strange things entered and if you were paying attention you could learn something. Clan's, guild, and minor houses all converged here, and...

"Well, well...what a rare sight," she muttered to herself before sipping watching as a drider made their way over to their table. She had, in fact, just gotten use to the giant moth and the random appearance of a worm like creature. So this new addition was a bit of shock, but nothing she openly showed. It wasn't in till other faces showed that her eye brows raised and for a brief moment she wondered if her sister could handle this much change, but there was a fire of obsession in her eyes, No need to worry about this...though I have to hope that no one actually identifies us...I guess this is a moment where I thank Sharess for those blasted face covers.
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Re: Cal'Coro'Matoak: A Stroke of Fate (RP)

Postby DeadPigeonGolem » Mon Mar 28, 2011 1:29 am

((So is that everyone? And I believe someone mentioned a posting order??))
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Re: Cal'Coro'Matoak: A Stroke of Fate (RP)

Postby Celice » Wed Mar 30, 2011 4:27 am

((Yes :3 posting order is Myself, Eltharion, Deadpidgeongolem, Renfri, and then Ax'smira. Nice posts everyone!)


Yuyu looked up at the odd assortment at her table looking over at the first drider, Tian'kiria and his somewhat awkward greeting. To say the least he did look intimidating and if it wasn't for him wearing the clothing of her own guild, she would assume he was out to take a bit of her dear little silkworm Tutol, or Atlas, her moth, "I take it you are joining are...little game?" she said to Tian'Kiria raising a hand in greeting.

She said casting her eyes about at the group. Another drider joined the table and Yuyu'maa edged away from him slightly not due to the fact he was a drider, she didn't mind drider, but unlike Tian'Kiria, he look decidedly crazed and if trouble was going to start, no doubt things would get messy and the black threads guild member didn't want to get caught between those bizarre yellowed eyed Esmeralia and whoever they were going to make....vanish. Trouble wasn't tolerated at all. Already she could feel many more eyes then she would like on their table. She hunched over a bit looking about the table before her eyes fell on Viru'tamo offering a slight smile "welcome to the game," She didn't add it was nice to see someone slightly sane at the table.

The veiled woman at the table gambling seemed set on selling her soul if she could only keep playing that was for sure...the one behind her chair looked the more sane of the two. She looked up as the dealer was bout to get ready to do their magic but a voice stopped the dealer in mid shuffle, "You can take your break, I think I'll be dealing for this table," a smooth voice proclaimed.

Waltzing up was a tall Val of Esmeralia, his outfit revealing yet still conservative enough to leave some things to the imagination. His eyes were a piercing, unnatural gold tint that seemed to look right through a person and be within the most private thoughts of the mind. The dealer stepped aside with a bow handing the deck to the newcomer who let his gaze go around the table, "My my what a turn out yessss?" He said slurring his 's' in the peculiar way the Val's of Esmeralia did, "But I'm thinking the houssssse is going to clean up today. Ssssuch an interesssting group ssshould be watched in cassse of trouble," he said lightly, his fingers a blurr as he dealt out the cards, "I'll be your dealer now. Call me Diamond Val'Esssmeralia. We are playing Spider Poker, driders are wild and widows dead. Any quessstionsss?,"

Diamond was quick with his hands the cards going out quickly and his eyes always keeping track of things, a smirk on his face as if privy to some sort of joke. No doubt the Val was there more due to the unusual company at the table to keep a closer eye on things. Or was it more a closer mind on things? The Val of Esmeralia were known for being powerful shadow empaths after all and you never knew what they were up to.
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Re: Cal'Coro'Matoak: A Stroke of Fate (RP)

Postby Eltharrion » Wed Mar 30, 2011 4:23 pm

"Heh... Sorry there, that wasn't meant to be so intimidating. It's just the people around here, they kinda make me ner-"
Tian cut his speak mid-way, noticing the lady watching around the place, seemingly not paying that much attention to him. Maybe talking should be done some other time. Then he noticed new people walking to the table. Not saying a drider was bad, but clearly his guild member was getting bit worried about the man. Not like Tian could do anything, like switching to the other side between the two. That would had at least knocked some people around and in worst case tipped this guild lady on her chair... And that would have been bad. With a small sigh, Tian stood back toward the dealer, just to realize Val walking up to the table and taking the deck.

His words stabbed Tian more than one could think...

"Wild driders would mean more than just widows dead on the streets... Hehehe..."
The joke was awful, and Tian laughed bit thinly with it until looking over at the Val nervously, clearly trying to calm down with chit-chat. People got him nervous easily.
Powerful people, possibly killing you out of a whim? Made him really nervous.
Somehow, Tian was feeling really unwell under the slight pressure of those golden eyes, and took a side-step while getting a better position, and accidentally bumped one of his legs into Yuyu. An act that could be seen as failed invisible attempt to seduce her or to cheat loudly on the cards.
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Re: Cal'Coro'Matoak: A Stroke of Fate (RP)

Postby DeadPigeonGolem » Wed Mar 30, 2011 8:46 pm

Ah, well. Skittish drider and a somewhat hostile val. Great. Ehn'sazi shifted his flash grenades to a more easily reachable position. He might have to distract and run.

In the meantime, he laughed. His species really did come up with some good ones.

"Yeah, and it'd include dead Tiktikki as well," he said, after he stopped guffawing. "Though, of course, the streets would be thick with raccoons as well. Still, you've gotta wonder why widows are so special to us driders? Personally, I don't find them to be any less appetizing then any other drow."

Hm. In hindsight, that may not have been the wisest of comments, but what the hey.
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Re: Cal'Coro'Matoak: A Stroke of Fate (RP)

Postby Renfri » Sat Apr 02, 2011 8:40 am

Vir nodded in response to Yuyu'maa's greeting. It seemed he could have some nice time here, after all, and things really looked up today.
Until the Val came up to their table to deal the cards, at least...

The gathered group surely was a bit out of ordinary, and Vals of Esmeralia wanted to keep an eye on things. The presence of one wasn't disturbing to him in the least, as he was used to them on a daily basis, for all the uncanny features they had, quite contrary to the two driders that sat at the table, apparently, who seemed to be rather nervous. The one sitting beside him even shifted out some flasks (that didn't look very innocent) within better reach. Even as they tried to crack up a joke, Vir could feel the atmosphere at the table getting eerily dense. He do hoped it won't turn to any troubles. Esmeralia didn't tolerate troubles in their casinos, and when any occured things had unpleasant tendency to get messy. And he didn't like things getting messy. Especially when he happened to be caught up right in the middle.

"Indeed, never underestimate wild driders in the street" (or any other closed or open area, it seemed, what Tian accentuated by bumping one of his legs into his guildsfellow's chair, but that was better left unspoken.) "As for widows, I don't know, the possible influence of drow's marital status on their general tastiness hasn't been yet determined, but it does give some food for thoughts." he said with a grin, trying to sound as light and carefree as he could, hoping that this rather pitiful attempt at lightening the mood will not cause things to get even worse.
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Re: Cal'Coro'Matoak: A Stroke of Fate (RP)

Postby Ax'smira » Tue Apr 05, 2011 1:39 am

Na'deeji eyed the new dealer, containing a shiver that had gone through her. She knew that she had nothing really to fear and she wasn't afraid. No, she was weary. This new comer might pose a threat to her little game. If her sister felt the slight bit of unease, that they might be caught here among the lower and common worms. Well, then she would stop gambling altogether and force Na'deeji to start her work all over again.

Still, Na'deeji thought as she scanned the table from her place behind her sister's chair. It isn't as if we could have drown his attention. This table has so...many interestingly, overly mouthy things.

She resisted the urge to smirk at the lose-lipped drider. He was fascinating, in a 'I wonder when he broke' kinda way. She wasn't overly worried, but could feel that the other drow at the table stir in unease. Almost causing her chuckle, though she could see her sister's brow knit in frustration and suspicion. Na'deeji almost felt like attempt to lighten the mood, when the first Esmeralia spoke. His attempt was poor, but his mere presence seemed to ease a few. Having two of the casino's clan member present was like a numbing agent on the slit that some of the drow clientele had felt. Easing her shoulder's she sent back to simply watching and sipping from her drink.
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Re: Cal'Coro'Matoak: A Stroke of Fate (RP)

Postby Celice » Fri Apr 15, 2011 3:03 am

(( I apologize for the lack of posts, life has been REALLY hectic of late and I haven't had the time. Be patient! Tommorow evening I'll be typing up a post to keep this going, I'll finally have some free time then. Very sorry about this!))
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Re: Cal'Coro'Matoak: A Stroke of Fate (RP)

Postby Ax'smira » Sat Apr 23, 2011 8:37 pm

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Re: Cal'Coro'Matoak: A Stroke of Fate (RP)

Postby Celice » Mon Apr 25, 2011 3:58 am

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Yuyu'Ma let out a yelp as her chair was hit, the guild member landing in an undignified heap, cards flying up in the air. The moth took off winging about the table with frantic sounds, the powder in its wing falling in a fine dust across the table. The tiny silkworm in her lap was squealing, quickly burrowing down the front of her shirt to avoid any sort of danger. Yuyu's ears were ringing as she groaned putting a hand to her head, "THAT is the last time I ever sit next to a drider. VERY last time...."she grumbled getting to her feet and cooing to the mouth to calm it down, extending an arm for it to land on, "May I request a seating change before we begin....?" She drawled to the new dealer, ignoring the witty retore about her. It was hard to focus on such things when you fell hard to the floor.


~*~

"Oh a wild drider tassstes as good fried assss a tame one. Jussst thossse that causssse trouble are far crissspier....and one mussst alwaysss watch out for widowssss," DIamond said lightly shuffling the cards quickly and skillfully. He move d a hand up with a card between his fingers showing a drider card, "A drider can be sssure of himsssself in the heat of the momment, but ssssometimes..." He pauses the flipping the card to the back and flicked it back around quickly to reveal a black window spider, "They are jusssst out of luck with the ladiesss, eh?"

"Now...place your betss, all in. Remember too, you can alwaysss keep going" He looked at the two Val'Nalorn with a wink, especially the sister gambling, "Property, clothesss and ssssouls are accepted at this table. Keep playing until you just fall over dead, eh?" The Val teased looking about amused at the group, although his eyes glinted with a hint that the words were to be taken more seriously then just jest. After all, death during a poker game was common with the Val'Esmeralia who took in a person's life as collateral.

"Now, let'ssss begin, yesss?" And with that, Diamond began to deal out the cards. Yuyu took her new seat next to Vir with a sigh, petting the head of the silkworm that had dared to peep out again at last.
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Re: Cal'Coro'Matoak: A Stroke of Fate (RP)

Postby Eltharrion » Mon Apr 25, 2011 11:20 am

"OH, I'm sorry, really am! I didn't meant to bump into you like THAT. Here, let me help..."

Suddenly, Tian was already grabbing Yuyu gently and helping her get up, all while trying to pat off any dust her clothes had caught during the fall while avoiding to hit any wrong locations. The dust showed up so easily on the black.

Please, by the Hive. She must hate me now. Just like everyone else. Can't even help myself with this... NO, bad Tian. Don't think like that. It's okay, take deep breath, and continue like nothing happened...

After the incident, Tian took few really small and controlled side-steps away, carefully avoiding to hit anything anymore. He was getting back into charge with his mental situation, and again self-aware and clearly confident face lifted up on him.

"So, we continue? Great, would hate to leave here without trading few ada with the tables here."

With that, Tian grabbed his cards as if he was sure to win, though at this point he remembered a single fact: he sucked at card games.
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