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About LiChef

  • Birthday 06/15/1994

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    English, Teaching, RuneScape (obviously)

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    The RuneScape Rebelz (TRR)
  1. Happy birthday :D

  2. Would you consider coming back to Rusco?

    And, i'm joining your game in Falador library.

  3. I presume It's all down to chance. You're just going through a patch of bad luck at the moment.
  4. I was recently writing a bit more of my new Historical novel/story/whatever, when I thought it would make a rather good roleplay. So I thought I'd post the Prologue and let you guys post a chapter after that, and a chapter after that, and so on. Basically, we'd be joint writing a big roleplay story. The story i'm writing is all true and historical, but this isn't that story! So feel free to bend the laws of physics at your will and write a following chapter with whatever characters you deem fit. Some feedback would also be nice, but you could always send that to me in a Private Message. Prologue Kingdoms unite; and then divide again. It has been the same since the beginning of time itself. In the falling days of the year 256BC, the Zhou Dynasty weakened significantly, leaving seven opposing Kingdoms to vie for power. In the dying moments of the year 221BC, the Warring States period had ended, leaving the Qin Dynasty victorious. It was at this time the Great Wall was built in its entirety. However, as stated previously, with great power comes great downfall. In the year 207BC, King Ziying of the Qin surrendered to the rebels of the Chu, led by Liu Bang. This led to the downfall of the Qin Dynasty in the year 206BC and the defection of Liu Bang from Chu to Han. This left a power vacuum across China, sparking the war between two opposing Kingdoms, Chu and Han. Han were soon declared victorious in the same year and thus the Golden Age of China began. In the year 178AD, hens began to crow and a section of the Yuan Mountains collapsed, leaving the Emperor Ling in distress and confusion. This was attributed to the palace eunuchs gaining more and more power. He asked his close advisor, Cai Yong, about the problem. He simply replied: "Falling rainbows and changes of fowls' sexes are brought about by the interference of empresses and eunuchs in state affairs." This led the chief eunuch, Cao Jie, to drive Cai Yong from the capital and he was forced to retire in the countryside. After this, the eunuchs grew in boldness and became more daring. Ten of the most powerful eunuchs came together to form the group known as the Ten Regular Attendants, and they became very powerful with the Emperor. One of these said eunuchs, a man who went by the name Zhang Rang, won such influence with the Emperor himself that he became known as the Emperor's most trusted advisor. For such simple servants, they had a great influence on the Imperial Court. In the state of the Julu, three brothers, known as Zhang Jiao, Zhang Bao and Zhang Liang were causing unrest. Whilst culling medicinal ingredients in the forest, the eldest of the three, Zhang Jiao, was approached by an elderly gentleman with emerald green eyes. He gave Zhang Jiao the three volumes of The Book of Heaven. Using these books, Zhang Jiao learned that he could control the wind and command the rain. Using these powers, in the first month of the year 184AD Zhang Jiao and his brothers were travelling around Julu healing the peasants and gaining more and more popularity. They became the Yellow Turbans, a 360,000 strong army. Zhang Jiao and his brothers spoke of ending the Blue Heaven of the Han and bringing in a new Golden Heaven of the Yellow Turbans. This, too, gained them more popularity with the peasant population. Fearing that the Imperial Court would discover their treachery, the Yellow Turbans rose to arms, and began their rebellion against the Han Dynasty. Emperor Ling summoned He Jin, the Guardian of the Throne, to do something about the rebellions. He Jin in turn summoned called upon generals from across China to come and put down the rebels. Three Imperial Commanders, Lu Zhi, Huangfu Song and Zhu Jun, marched against the Yellow Turbans in three different directions with veteran soldiers, such as the noble Cao Cao and the mighty Sun Jian, in tow. When Zhang Jiao finally marched on northeastern region of Yuzhou, Commander Zhou Jing of Yuzhou suggested that they bring in more troops to bolster the defenses. One notice was sent to the county of Zhuo, where lived a man of high spirit. It is with him that his prologue ends, and the story of the Three Kingdoms begins...
  5. 1) Because they like the look of them 2) Because they feel like they've earnt them 3) Because the like the emotes And, most importantly 4) Because they can
  6. (8) The generation gap means the war is never won

  7. Sam

    Happy birthday :3

  8. Happy Birthday!

  9. I agree with anyone who thinks the game is just too easy, despite Jagex released more and more challenging bosses/quests for us to take on. Take Nomad, for example. When that quest was released, I heard players were struggling to kill him. Hurrah, I exclaimed. A boss that Jagex has created that may take some time to kill. Nope, he was killed within the day the quest was released. There is just no more challenge left for a vast majority of the RuneScape community. Puzzle based problems are solved instantly and high levelled monsters are killed after less than 24 hours of release. Unfortunately, I am in neither state of mind or state of body to think of a solution at the moment (Ill :( ), but surely there is a light at the end of the tunnel?
  10. (I apologise for the amount of time i've been inactive guys, on all aspects of the TIF forum. I'm not gonna lie, I just had more important things to deal with at the time. However, I am back on the forums, and I shall try and make a good go of it this time) Zuo Ci awoke from what he could only presume was a long period of unconsciousness. He staggered blindly back towards the forest. No, that wasn't the right way, he thought. There were big spiders and poisonous berries in there... He let himself fall to his knees, where he searched for any form of food that he could eat. He found a small group of the red berries that had saved his life earlier. He picked a few of them up and ate them straight away, forgetting about the horiffic things that they had done to the spider. He felt his stomach lurch and gurgle. He could sense his digestive organs struggling to cope with the poisonous ooze that was inside the berry. He quickly jumped up, full of energy and feeling suddenly afraid. He ran quickly in a northerly direction, faster than he had ever ran before. He glanced up into the night sky, watching as the large spiders danced about with the stars. Was he hallucinating? No, he thought. The spiders had always danced with the stars. He looked down at his feet. Following him were two large mosquitos, there antennae poking him gently. The insects nodded behind them and forced Zuo to follow their gaze. He saw a giant boulder rolling towards him, crushing all the small carrots in it's path. Carrots? Yes, of course, he thought. He was on a world made of carrots. The two insects stuck their thin legs in front of Zuo, and he fell forwards, his face and body crushing the carrots beneath him. He rolled over and looked up at the dancing spiders. They were laughing at him now. He looked back at the boulder and saw it approaching ever closer. He panicked, and raised his hands in order to stop the boulder. Suddenly, a crimson set of tarot cards appeared in his hand, their golden embroidery shining in the spider-light. They fired a beam of green light towards the boulder, which shattered into a thousand pieces. The sky suddenly rained down a thick crimson fluid, similar to the colour of the cards. Zuo stood, his mouth open wide as he drank as much of the liquid as he could. He keeled over violently, and collapsed to the ground... {On the northern border of squares G1 and H1}
  11. Quite simply, everything. Every little detail makes a girl who she is. Every minor flaw, every major [insert opposite of flaw]. But if I had to rate: * Personality (Note: I am not saying that I would go out with an unattractive girl with a good personality, just for her personality. NO guy would do that. I'm saying that a beautiful girl with a horrible personality would send me packing straight away) * Eyes (Eyes are just beautiful, to be honest) * [wagon] (Meh, just a preferity. I'm not big on the whole Beyonce style ghetto booties though) * Lips (Simply because I need to like what i'm kissing) * Legs (A great set of pins generally compliment a nice [wagon]) Breasts don't really do much for me. I can differentiate from a nice pair and a not-so-nice pair, but i'm indifferent either way. Not too big on the whole size GGGGGGGGGGGGGGG breasts either. I like a girl who is beautiful but doesn't put her makeup on with a trowel. She needs to be beautiful without her makeup. We need to share common interests. I like her to have accentuated curves, but not like stupidly accentuated, like the modern day "plastic" models.
  12. All seems a bit hardcore for RuneScape, but I suppose if it helps you play and gives you that little bit of an edge, then why not?
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