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Sylphs have the power to manipulate their aspect within others for their benefit. This means that the Sylph of Space would be able to manipulate Space within others to help them. This is odd combo, but my interpretation is that they would be a sort of stat-buffing class if we put it in RPG terms. They would allow their allies to do some crazy stuff, like suddenly speed up, or shrink or grow in size, or even teleport limited distances. All in all, a fully realised Sylph of Space would be a pretty awesome person to have on your team.
Land of Fire and Tentacles?
Your house sits precariously on a cliff made of green rock overlooking the ocean, the light of Skaia bouncing off of each light blue wave. The effect of watching these waves crash onto the rocks below would most likely be calming, if it not for what you can see lying beneath these waves. Giant tentacles, stretching higher than your home, higher than some skyscrapers that you’ve seen, emerge from the ocean every now and then, wriggling about slightly before diving back into the depths.
These tentacles belong to a particularly powerful minion of your Denizen, Cetus, performing the duty of terrifying your consorts into submission. A few braver consorts have discovered a way to ward off this threat however. The tentacles, for no discernible reason, hate flames, shying away from them should they approach one. Your consorts have surrounded their village with fire, protecting themselves from the tentacles, but attracting more enemies in the process. Eventually, having dealt with Cetus, the tentacles disappear, leaving you to help the consorts to claim back their planet.
Seriously, if your amount of asks is too difficult, I would be happy to help you do some.
Haha, it’s fine, don’t worry about it. Thank you for the offer though!
Since nobody has asked for this aspect, and this combination makes no fuckin' sense, let's hear the Seer of Breath.
The Seer of Breath is one of the more confusing classpects within SBURB, but it still has a pretty useful power. If we use the physical side of Breath, which is Wind, the Seer of Breath would be able to see and predict wind currents. They’d be an excellent ranged fighter, able to tell where to aim a weapon to hit with the wind factored in. The less literal part of Breath though is freedom and energy, so a Seer of Breath would be able to see the timeline that resulted in the most freedom for all in it.
How could a Seer of Rage and a Maid of Hope work together ?
A Seer has visions pertaining to their aspect, or an outcome from their aspect. A Seer of Rage then would be able to do two things. The first is see when and where someone is angry, or experiencing negative emotions. The second is a bit more depressing in most cases, as they could also see the most rage filled outcome, or an outcome that happened because of rage, such as a timeline where an ally went insane and killed everyone.
Maid of Hope
So, a Maid of Hope and a Seer of Rage would be a sort of motivator combination. The Seer of Rage could see where an ally is about to succumb to rage, and forsee the outcome of it. If it was grim enough, they could dispatch the Maid, who could then defend the team using Hope by helping the ally to see what was left to fight for. So basically, a Seer of Rage and Maid of Hope are a pretty good combination!
Well, how about Heir of Time, in the Land of Rust and Crystal? (or Rust and Ruins? )
You climb up flight after flight of stairs, ascending the first building you find after leaving your house, a skyscraper with decor that wouldn’t look out of place in the 1960’s. As you finally reach the roof of the building, you look out into the horizon and finally get a good look at your planet. Your house is in the middle of an empty field, with a fairly modern paved road leading up to this skyscraper. Once you get closer to it however, the quality of the road gets slowly worse and worse, more potholes appearing every few meters.
On the horizon though is what’s most interesting. A sprawling city, comparable in size to London, sits at the end of this road, which gets ever worse as you continue down it. The buildings in the city are completely rusted, so much so that you can touch one of the lampposts and it completely dissolves. When you confront your Denizen, who reveals that they, in an attempt to control your consorts, fast forwarded the personal timeline of the cities that cover your planet, leaving you to master your potential as the Heir of Time, allowing you to reverse the planet to normal and allow the planet to thrive again.
The Heir is a very versatile class, acting as a sort of Jack of all Trades when it comes to manipulating their aspect, though they need to unlock this potential with help from their allies. An Heir of Time would be able to time travel freely, as can most Heroes of Time, and would be able to freeze enemies in time. They could also slow down their personal timeline, making them incredibly fast in the eyes of their enemies, making them incredibly useful in a fight.
(I went with the Rust and Ruins idea.)
How come you don't answer all of the requests in your inbox?
I do, I am just very slow at doing it. Very, very, very slow.
(Sorry for Bugging you again :3) Land of Ashes and Glass?
As you quickly find out from exploring your land, you need to be constantly wearing a gas mask when exploring your planet. The atmosphere of the planet is perfectly breathable, it’s the ash that makes it a necessity. Several shield volcanoes cover your planet, and while the gases that they spew can cause a problem when you’re close to them, the quick flowing lava and ash seem to be causing you the most trouble.
Your consorts seem to have found a way to survive though. They built great domes of glass around their villages, protecting themselves from the ash by melting it. In the safety of one of these domes, you experience first hand the only problem with this form of protection. They’re extremely fragile. While you manage to drive off the underlings, the dome has several large holes in it now where more ash and gas can get in. You find out that the denizen, angered that the consorts managed to protect themselves from their volcanoes, decided to punish them by shattering their domes and destroying their homes. While the consorts can repair their homes, they can’t hold out forever, and are in need of a hero to save them. You wonder who that could be?
I sent in two things for you to review and you never replied. Have you forgotten? Deleted? Or just backed up or something?
Most likely in the middle of an ever increasing pile of asks, so I’ll get to it eventually. If you do want to check whether it’s been deleted, just send me another message with the Land or Title in it, and I’ll check.
uhh… I have over 150 followers now. 164 to be exact. Fricking hell that is way more than I initially expected from starting this blog. I say this every time I look at my follower count but thanks for all being awesome I guess and liking my stuff you all are brilliant and yeah.
But I kinda feel the need to advertise my friends who are kinda way more talented than me so prepare for some links to some awesome people.
Lemonicious (Daisy Lockitt Photography): First up, my friend Daisy, who is a photographer and an amazing one at that! I don’t just mean “she takes good photos” type of amazing (okay she does do that), I mean like “got in top six (I think, might have been twelve) for a photo competition in The Guardian” kind of amazing. so yeah, if you like photography then follow her she is awesome! [tumblr] [flickr] (the flickr has more of her photos so check that out)
Fistantdantalus (god I hope I spelt that right): Next is my friend Simon who writes incredible stories. He’s currently revising his latest story, Journey’s End, which is a space story about clones and I cannot do it enough justice (partially cause I haven’t managed to get through it all yet haha), and is writing his next one, Karuken, a revision of an older story based around alien parasites, so yeah. He also has a tumblr on which you can request short stories so you might want to check that out. (warning: you could request a story about bunnies and ponies from Simon and he will make it depressing I kid you not. you have been warned. [tumblr] (request short stories) [dA] (actual longer stories (and a weird webcomic))
SquiddlePrincess/Ninja/Warrior (she changes it alot): Finally my friend Megan who draws webcomics! She draws two in fact! The first is The Adventures of Sherilyn and Emma, or TAOSAE a comic set around two girls, Sherilyn and Emma, in an English boarding school, dealing with slice of life stuff, and the odd and mysterious Molly. While the art is still being improved on (it is still pretty good!), the story is funny and intriguing too! There are places where you can tell how much work she puts into it, so check that out (I am saying that a lot in this). The other is a more kiddy webcomic called The Leapfrog Team, which is basically distilled childish sillyness. Anyway, links. [dA] (TAOSAE and other art) [Leapfrog Team] she also has an art tumblr somewhere I’ll find that and edit it in later.
Anyway that’s it, go check out my substantially more talented friends!
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