Help! RhyDin ITSELF is Driving me Nuts!
[size=9]Gossip Columnist: Emmet "The It Man" Bane[/size]Bane!
We have got to talk about these fuzzy half-cat-people with their sex-crazed magical doohickeys. As if Rhydin weren?t randy enough, now we have pheromone-flinging felines trying to wind us up and only further the insta-babies stereotype? I stepped into a ring with one the other day, and I swear to all things holy, I had completely forgotten I was dueling until he completely demolished me. Well of course people are going to lose if they?re constantly thinking about you-know-what! Not that I?m a sore loser or anything, but all I?m saying is that Rhydin has enough problems without these Kirn making us live and breathe sex. Seriously!
Well I?m certainly glad you clarified the ?fuzzy half-cat-people? part of your accusation, because I can?t tell you how many fuzzy half-cat-people we have floating around RhyDin. Probably about as many insta-babies, as you call them.
Before I continue, let me point out that while you may not be a sore loser, everything is considered fair game once you step inside a dueling ring. RhyDin has a plethora of unique talents and levels of skill, and as of yet there is absolutely no way (or reason) to regulate what goes on inside the three sports. By agreeing to a duel with someone, you are automatically subjecting yourself to any of your opponent?s talents - a sort of verbal contract, as it were. Thus, what happens on the Isle or Arena stays
on the Isle or Arena. Catch my drift?
That aside, because I am such a good guy, I decided to investigate a few of your claims myself by catching up with one of these Kirn and asking him about his ?pheromone flinging.? But before you yell, I know what you?re going to say. Emmet, you ridiculously handsome and charming hunk of deliciousness! You don?t interview
! What is this madness? Relax, RhyDin! I?m not interviewing
. I leave that to my other perky-yet-heartless colleagues. In this case, I seek only to learn about these magical doohickeys and what?sm-boppers. So let?s talk a little about them, shall we?
The ?doohickeys? you refer to, D.D., are actually part of a subdivision of magical experimentation called Blue Magic. Our boy Bru?l tells me that it can be considered the art of pleasure from an arcane approach. Now, like all things arcane (or all things in general), Blue Magic can be considered harmful if it is used improperly.
?But, when used as intended, it is as safe as absolutely possible,? assured Bru?l.
Blue Magic undoubtedly has many practical uses, many of which revolve around simple relaxation techniques and even procreation assistance (as if we need any of that). But as you?ve pointed out, D.D., the obvious Blue Magic we have been seeing recently has been generally restricted to inside the dueling rings. The reason for this seems to be to maintain an air of discipline and to ensure the safety of its users and recipients.
ask first [before using Blue Magic],? said Bru?l. ?It is only proper!?
Well there you have it, D.D. Unless a duelist explicitly agrees to having Blue Magic used on them, these folk are courteous enough not to use it.
?We, as Blue Mages, do nothing with our magic without permission,? added Bru?l. ?And further, we are always careful not to carry anything too far. It's part of our training!?
Thus, the pheromone flinging is purely optional. And while I?ve never tried it, so I can?t exactly sanction the practice, I have
heard that it?s an? interesting experience. So there you go. Live dangerously.
Oh, and one more thing, D.D. RhyDin already
lives and breathes sex. Where have you