january '99 comments

Hello Lansing. I am Cyrus of House and Clan Tremere. I am coming to Lansing in order to attempt to aid the situation in the city in regards to the Sabbat and threats to other Kindred's well-being. I am eager to meet the Prince and his leadership. Good Evening.

Cyrus    - Sunday, January 31, 1999 at 00:45:32 (EST)

---"wasn't not too uncommon"???? Sheesh, pardon my lack of grammar.

Flava' Unit    - Saturday, January 30, 1999 at 15:30:26 (EST)

Here's another article---------CONVENIENCE STORE BURNS LOCAL POLICE MISSING. BY HUGH DeMANN The citizens of the greater Lansing area are becoming no less used to strange and deadly events happening during the notorius Saturday's, which have come to be known as "Satan's Weekend" amongst many inner city neighborhoods. Not too soon after the child slayings last Saturday did a local Quality Dairy, located at (some spinny street that Flava' can't remember) burn to the ground. While the fire wasn't not too uncomon, it appeared as if the building had been broken into, the employees, whose names were revealed to family members only, were brutally killed and a fire was started within the middle of the store. This apparently caused the steel door mechanisms to release and trap the assailants inside. Stranger still were two police officers, Lt. Dale Rigby and Lt. Barney Miller, that responded to the call, but haven't been seen again. Their car was located at the scene, but the installed camera located within it was ripped out and apparently taken. Police are still looking for the whereabouts of the arsonists and officers Rigby and Miller. Once again, if you know anything regarding this incident, please call this random 1-800 hotline number.

Flava' Unit   <click to email>
- Saturday, January 30, 1999 at 15:27:44 (EST)

Greetings to all, quick note. The Garou page has been updated, let me know what you think. Nate (WWST) WWJD?....nahh, no relation.

EVIL NASTY WOLF-GUY!   <click to email>
- Saturday, January 30, 1999 at 04:58:30 (EST)

I can see everyone is doing a good job of observing the Masquerade. Might it not be a good idea to try and keep the killing of Hell Spawn to a minimum tomorrow night? Perhaps, the kindred could stay in their Elysium, the Garou could stay at PT's, and the Fae could stay at The Boom-Boom Room, or at least keep the travelling to well lit, public places?

H.G.    - Friday, January 29, 1999 at 23:41:46 (EST)

Oops, sorry everybody, especially the Pengy Mistress, I didn't mean to post it twice, obviously.

Flava Unit    - Friday, January 29, 1999 at 15:50:05 (EST)

NEWS ARTICLE: available to anyone who has been in the Lansing area the past week during downtime. Children's Gardens Shut Down After Catastrophe By Hugh DeMann After what can can only be described as a massacre, local authorities have decided to permanently close the 4-H Childrens' Gardens, located on the MSU campus, indefinitely. Once again, last weekend there was another rash of horrible and brutal killings at the garden. And, regrettably, the victims were once again children from the Lansing area. This makes a total of seven children killed at the formerly serene gardens in the past two weeks. Officials are furious over these recent and gruesome developments, and have imposed a curfew of seven o'clock for all minors in the Lansing, East Lansing and Okemos areas, despite many complaints from the aforementioned. Police are also out in force making random checks, cursory pullovers and inspections every night until the killers are found. Thanks to an eye witness, who is not being named at this time, the police have four suspects who are being currently tracked down for questioning by the police. ( Flava' Note* This article includes four police sketches and descriptions that uncannily match with Timothy, Carlos, Bob Dobbs and Vladamir). The police warn not to confront these men, they are considered armed and extremely dangerous. if you do see them or have any information regarding their whereabouts please call this number (random spinny hotline). Have fun everybody Love, Da' Flava

Flava' Unit   <click to email>
- Friday, January 29, 1999 at 15:46:29 (EST)

By my previous comments, I had meant that I didn't want the page filled up with a bunch of stuff like that. I know not many other people are posting right now, and that you guys can do whatever you want between your characters, but I also don't want people to have to wade through a bunch of stuff that doesn't necessarily concern them. It was the volume and the pertinance (sp?) of the posts that I was concerned with, not the content. And also the WebMistress has been known to lose her temper occaisionally, but we won't talk about that. At any rate, happy LARPing, all!!

Pengie Mistress  <click to email>
- Friday, January 29, 1999 at 01:26:32 (EST)

Hi, my name is Ward. I'm involved in this LARP thing? Maybe you've heard of it. Most of my friends here in East Lansing are involved in it in some way or another. I love my friends. Anyways, that's it for me. No retirbution, no wars, real or imagined, just good ole' fashioned Ward lovin'. Oh yeah, and if you don't turn in your stinkin' down time by 6 tonight, well, you're S O L, loser fanboy. Love, Da Flava'

Flava' Unit   <click to email>
- Wednesday, January 27, 1999 at 12:06:03 (EST)

I agree whole heartedly... I can only assume that when the Pengie Mistress went off half cocked, she was refering to my comment. Well, guess what... I signed it JOSH AVISA because Josh is my character... and do you know what that means??? It means that that comment, as bitchy as it was, WAS IN CHARACTER. I was siting my reason for playing a werewolf next larp session. THAT'S ALL. Next time you decied to leap into a fight and start cracking skulls, make sure it's a fight and not a checkers game, K? *smooch*

Scott Jakubowski, player of Josh Avisa   <click to email>
- Tuesday, January 26, 1999 at 23:50:34 (EST)

Wow. That's telling them, but I think people are getting to touchy and misunderstanding what's in-character and out-of character stuff. In-character you can have just as many dumb petty squabbles and sometimes even more so then out-of-character. I haven't seen any so called flame wars out-of- character on this page in a while, so I'm not sure where you're coming from. I've seen silly in character squabbles but that's it. If you're going to monitor this page then one needs to realize what is In-character and what is Out-of-character. If you want people to talk In-character then let em fight In-character if that's what they want. But once you start telling folks what they can and can't post In-character...well, it really loses something. Before you all get your panties in a bind over flame wars, take a look over whether they are in-character or out-of-character. If they are in-character, then let 'em go. Like I said, if you're going to start telling people what they can type on here In-Character then I think you just need to take the comment page down because you're simply being to touchy.

concerned larper   <click to email>
- Tuesday, January 26, 1999 at 23:04:48 (EST)

Well, looks like I'm away just long enough for another bloody flame war. Look, if I see one more post like that from anyone, I'll set it so you can't post again. Don't think I won't start logging addresses. In character? Great. Fun teasing? Wonderful. But don't go filling the board up with petty sqabbles. I'd like to think that we're more... mature?... than that. Or something... ;-)

Pengie Mistress  <click to email>
- Tuesday, January 26, 1999 at 21:21:17 (EST)

What!? Da' Hell!?? Did I miss something? Was I smokin' crack? Oh wait, yeah, I guess I was. Sorry, my bad.

Flava' Unit   <click to email>
- Friday, January 22, 1999 at 00:20:58 (EST)

I'd just like to say that when the pingy mistress origionally drew that paralell to Dilbert in her past messages, I was offended... but now I know what she meant... all you guys do is have meetings and fight!!! Screw it...I'm leaving... I may or may not be back...

a rather pissed off Josh Avisa   <click to email>
- Thursday, January 21, 1999 at 01:51:56 (EST)

Random whatever you are: You don't sound like a seductive, dangerous woman. You sound like a lonely, sex deprived man. And although I'm not trying to back Mr. Gilchrist, Hunter is a commonly used name. Ever see "Fear and Loathing In Las Vegas"? The only thing he was hunting was for a good time. More people are less likely to think something bad when they see the name "Hunter" then when they see the word "Vamp". (oh and before anyone calls me a coward... yes I am. I don't want to be someone's next dinner thank you very much!)

A little ole person   <click to email>
- Wednesday, January 20, 1999 at 16:46:22 (EST)

Ouch! Looks like we have a minor flame war going on here, let's not repeat past mistakes. Well, at least I guess it means you're role-playing kinda'. I was just going to let everyone know that down time is due before 6:00 tonight (wednesday the 20th), and that it will be discussed during our glorious Storyteller meeting. Plus every three you do..extra experience for all of you secret and not so secret power gamers out there. Also, just a reiteration, news articles are due at the same time as well. Write an e-mail if you have to. Chickity-check y'all later. Love, Da' Flava'

Flava' Unit   <click to email>
- Wednesday, January 20, 1999 at 15:05:55 (EST)

Of course we can't all be as secretive and subversive as you, naming yourself "Hunter" and all. By the way, a vamp is a seductive and dangerous woman, not necessarily an undead blood sucking creature of the night, although that's where the name derived from. And no, I'm not a coward, I'm just not as much of a blatant, not to mention heavily overt, hypocrite as you.

Random V*mp   <click to email>
- Wednesday, January 20, 1999 at 11:39:28 (EST)

Byteme@sol.com's owner is definitely a coward....

Hunter   <click to email>
- Wednesday, January 20, 1999 at 08:44:52 (EST)

Oh, and I'm sure mentioning Vamp in writing "random vamp" ISN'T breaking the masquerade????

Just a passing through   <click to email>
- Wednesday, January 20, 1999 at 07:05:36 (EST)

I seriously doubt anyone who is just enjoying the benefits of the Internet and happens to read this message board will know anything about the Supernatural, much less who you specifically are.

Hunter   <click to email>
- Wednesday, January 20, 1999 at 00:21:27 (EST)

Me not mentioning my name is surely not due to a lack of testicular fortitude, which I have in spades, but rather a function of the f**kin' masquerade, you little blood sippin' little weenie!

Random Vamp   <click to email>
- Tuesday, January 19, 1999 at 22:38:17 (EST)

In Character: I can see there's at least one coward in Lansing. Not even the balls to mention his name. This ghoul has proved more than a match for several kindred....

Hunter   <click to email>
- Tuesday, January 19, 1999 at 21:50:17 (EST)

Bring it on...ghoul.

Random Vamp   <click to email>
- Tuesday, January 19, 1999 at 14:48:21 (EST)

In-Character POST! Woohoo! Citizens of Lansing: There have been far too many breaches of the Masquerade. As far as the Lupines go, how ever you maintain your secrecy is being neglected also. I am coming to Lansing to try and maintain the Masquerade at the request of my Regnant, Madame Vanessa Hetsal, a lady of high standing in the court of Washington DC's Prince. I can't do anything about the Lupine's negligence however. Chances are you won't see me, but I definitely will be in town for the next gathering. I suggest to the Sheriff of Lansing the kindred get in line... -Hunter

Hunter Gilchrist   <click to email>
- Tuesday, January 19, 1999 at 13:52:36 (EST)

Yes, run with it already! As long as it makes sense for your character to have sufficient computer knowledge to e-mail someone else, or you can pretend you're having a conversation someplace else besides cyberspace. You don't have to tell anyone except your prospective storyteller, or...one of our handy-dandy narrators. And even then you don't have to tell them unless it's something essential to the plot, or your downtime. Keep it real, or something...Love, Flava'

Flava' Unit   <click to email>
- Tuesday, January 19, 1999 at 13:38:04 (EST)

I'm assuming we can talk to each other in-character via E-Mail also?

Adam   <click to email>
- Sunday, January 17, 1999 at 10:43:01 (EST)

Actually, only the Pengie Mistress knows what this page was created for, since she created it. But it doesn't matter, we can use it for whatever we wish. I, for instance, repeatedly use it to subvert and control the minds of the masses, MUHAHAHAHAHAHA!!! Um... oh... I was supposed to keep that a secret....

Dave Crampton  <click to email>
- Sunday, January 17, 1999 at 09:44:18 (EST)

The intention for this board was for incharacter postings, but DaFlava is right, everyone is going to see it and if that's a problem the don't post. Otherwise, have fun :)

The Pickle Goddess   <click to email>
- Saturday, January 16, 1999 at 11:54:00 (EST)

Sure, you can use it for in-character messages as long as you don't mind everybody else being able to read it. I'll see everyone this saturday. Love, Da Flava'

Flava'  <click to email>
- Friday, January 15, 1999 at 22:21:42 (EST)

I gotta question: Can the board be used for In-Character messages?

Short, Blond-Haired Kid   <click to email>
- Friday, January 15, 1999 at 12:58:12 (EST)

Is anyone willing to give me a ride to the games? If so, please E-Mail me

Adam   <click to email>
- Monday, January 11, 1999 at 00:35:20 (EST)

Happy Spam Day

Dave Crampton  <click to email>
- Saturday, January 09, 1999 at 17:28:04 (EST)

Happy New Year.

Seth Blumberg   <click to email>
- Friday, January 01, 1999 at 00:45:40 (EST)

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