Oskar Harrister - Washed Out Journeyman

Chados

Dark Council Elite






IGN: Chados

Character Name: Oskar Harrister

Character Profile: [Here]


  • Arcane Discipline
| Eviscism: Sparked by Florian von Piers
  • Overall Proficiency
| Washed Out Journeyman
  • Focus
| A longsword of perfect design, simple and plain. Placed within the crossguard's exact center is a brilliantly glowing blue heartstone, the gem set into the metal so seamlessly it is as if it was simply willed by nature itself to reside there.
  • Spell Points
| 50
  • Active Student
| Yes - Eviscism
  • Current Teacher
| Florian von Piers - Eviscism
  • Protege(s)
| N/A
  • Knack
| None
  • Known Spells
// Apprentice

| Compass
| Shock
| Candlelight
| Attract
| Arcane Transmutation
| Detect Energy
| Heat Warp
| Temperature Control
| Dazzle


// Journeyman

| Deflect, Minor
| Ember
| Projection
| Animate Metal
| Throw Pebble
| Illuminate

  • Sustained Effects
| - Electric Alignment | Permanent +4 to all spells based within the Electrical branch of Eviscism.
| - Status Effect | Permanent -2 to all spells based within the Magnetic and Prenumbral branches of Eviscism.
  • Current Magical Status
| Studying.


 
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BoredBrit

Lord of Altera
Legend
I just decided to test to see what I would get if I hit roll several times in a row, and I just feel like something is off. Lately I have been getting chinced on my rolls during RP at critical times, such as three magic lessons in a row I have rolled a critical miss (natural one or equivalent) on my very first roll, spell or not. Which in accordance with magic structure means I lose all my "mana" for the day and can't continue casting or learning. I'm not sure if it's rolling "d20" versus "1d20" that's doing this, but for this case, I'll give it a try.

This time I rolled two critical misses out of the group of 12 rolls, but this time the split between above 10 and below 10 was equal, since I got 6 rolls that were below 10. I don't know if it's just me, but I've been over a few weeks starting to think that something is up. There was a notable change in the ratio of my rolls about three weeks ago and it has been different since. Before then I had a consistent record for rolls leaning toward higher numbers most often but now I almost feel like there's some sort of invisible chance for a penalty of like -5 or something.

On d20, 3/4 rolls were less than 10.
On 1d20, 1/2 of the rolls were less than 10.

Trying this on my main account as well, 3/4 rolls were less than 10.
 

Rygan

Rygan.
Mystic
I just decided to test to see what I would get if I hit roll several times in a row, and I just feel like something is off. Lately I have been getting chinced on my rolls during RP at critical times, such as three magic lessons in a row I have rolled a critical miss (natural one or equivalent) on my very first roll, spell or not. Which in accordance with magic structure means I lose all my "mana" for the day and can't continue casting or learning. I'm not sure if it's rolling "d20" versus "1d20" that's doing this, but for this case, I'll give it a try.

This time I rolled two critical misses out of the group of 12 rolls, but this time the split between above 10 and below 10 was equal, since I got 6 rolls that were below 10. I don't know if it's just me, but I've been over a few weeks starting to think that something is up. There was a notable change in the ratio of my rolls about three weeks ago and it has been different since. Before then I had a consistent record for rolls leaning toward higher numbers most often but now I almost feel like there's some sort of invisible chance for a penalty of like -5 or something.

On d20, 3/4 rolls were less than 10.
On 1d20, 1/2 of the rolls were less than 10.

Trying this on my main account as well, 3/4 rolls were less than 10.
 

Cap

Lord of Altera
I just decided to test to see what I would get if I hit roll several times in a row, and I just feel like something is off. Lately I have been getting chinced on my rolls during RP at critical times, such as three magic lessons in a row I have rolled a critical miss (natural one or equivalent) on my very first roll, spell or not. Which in accordance with magic structure means I lose all my "mana" for the day and can't continue casting or learning. I'm not sure if it's rolling "d20" versus "1d20" that's doing this, but for this case, I'll give it a try.

This time I rolled two critical misses out of the group of 12 rolls, but this time the split between above 10 and below 10 was equal, since I got 6 rolls that were below 10. I don't know if it's just me, but I've been over a few weeks starting to think that something is up. There was a notable change in the ratio of my rolls about three weeks ago and it has been different since. Before then I had a consistent record for rolls leaning toward higher numbers most often but now I almost feel like there's some sort of invisible chance for a penalty of like -5 or something.

On d20, 3/4 rolls were less than 10.
On 1d20, 1/2 of the rolls were less than 10.

Trying this on my main account as well, 3/4 rolls were less than 10.
 

Sizzix

Doge Keeper
I just decided to test to see what I would get if I hit roll several times in a row, and I just feel like something is off. Lately I have been getting chinced on my rolls during RP at critical times, such as three magic lessons in a row I have rolled a critical miss (natural one or equivalent) on my very first roll, spell or not. Which in accordance with magic structure means I lose all my "mana" for the day and can't continue casting or learning. I'm not sure if it's rolling "d20" versus "1d20" that's doing this, but for this case, I'll give it a try.

This time I rolled two critical misses out of the group of 12 rolls, but this time the split between above 10 and below 10 was equal, since I got 6 rolls that were below 10. I don't know if it's just me, but I've been over a few weeks starting to think that something is up. There was a notable change in the ratio of my rolls about three weeks ago and it has been different since. Before then I had a consistent record for rolls leaning toward higher numbers most often but now I almost feel like there's some sort of invisible chance for a penalty of like -5 or something.

On d20, 3/4 rolls were less than 10.
On 1d20, 1/2 of the rolls were less than 10.

Trying this on my main account as well, 3/4 rolls were less than 10.
 

JoeJoe

Yeehonk
Mystic
I just decided to test to see what I would get if I hit roll several times in a row, and I just feel like something is off. Lately I have been getting chinced on my rolls during RP at critical times, such as three magic lessons in a row I have rolled a critical miss (natural one or equivalent) on my very first roll, spell or not. Which in accordance with magic structure means I lose all my "mana" for the day and can't continue casting or learning. I'm not sure if it's rolling "d20" versus "1d20" that's doing this, but for this case, I'll give it a try.

This time I rolled two critical misses out of the group of 12 rolls, but this time the split between above 10 and below 10 was equal, since I got 6 rolls that were below 10. I don't know if it's just me, but I've been over a few weeks starting to think that something is up. There was a notable change in the ratio of my rolls about three weeks ago and it has been different since. Before then I had a consistent record for rolls leaning toward higher numbers most often but now I almost feel like there's some sort of invisible chance for a penalty of like -5 or something.

On d20, 3/4 rolls were less than 10.
On 1d20, 1/2 of the rolls were less than 10.

Trying this on my main account as well, 3/4 rolls were less than 10.
 

Lily_

Lord of Altera
Mystic
I just decided to test to see what I would get if I hit roll several times in a row, and I just feel like something is off. Lately I have been getting chinced on my rolls during RP at critical times, such as three magic lessons in a row I have rolled a critical miss (natural one or equivalent) on my very first roll, spell or not. Which in accordance with magic structure means I lose all my "mana" for the day and can't continue casting or learning. I'm not sure if it's rolling "d20" versus "1d20" that's doing this, but for this case, I'll give it a try.

This time I rolled two critical misses out of the group of 12 rolls, but this time the split between above 10 and below 10 was equal, since I got 6 rolls that were below 10. I don't know if it's just me, but I've been over a few weeks starting to think that something is up. There was a notable change in the ratio of my rolls about three weeks ago and it has been different since. Before then I had a consistent record for rolls leaning toward higher numbers most often but now I almost feel like there's some sort of invisible chance for a penalty of like -5 or something.

On d20, 3/4 rolls were less than 10.
On 1d20, 1/2 of the rolls were less than 10.

Trying this on my main account as well, 3/4 rolls were less than 10.
 

Vincentius

Spleen's Goblin
Retired Council Member
I just decided to test to see what I would get if I hit roll several times in a row, and I just feel like something is off. Lately I have been getting chinced on my rolls during RP at critical times, such as three magic lessons in a row I have rolled a critical miss (natural one or equivalent) on my very first roll, spell or not. Which in accordance with magic structure means I lose all my "mana" for the day and can't continue casting or learning. I'm not sure if it's rolling "d20" versus "1d20" that's doing this, but for this case, I'll give it a try.

This time I rolled two critical misses out of the group of 12 rolls, but this time the split between above 10 and below 10 was equal, since I got 6 rolls that were below 10. I don't know if it's just me, but I've been over a few weeks starting to think that something is up. There was a notable change in the ratio of my rolls about three weeks ago and it has been different since. Before then I had a consistent record for rolls leaning toward higher numbers most often but now I almost feel like there's some sort of invisible chance for a penalty of like -5 or something.

On d20, 3/4 rolls were less than 10.
On 1d20, 1/2 of the rolls were less than 10.

Trying this on my main account as well, 3/4 rolls were less than 10.
did you not read his above post. stick to the copypasta or do not respond at all :mad::mad:
did you not read his above post. stick to the copypasta or do not respond at all :mad::mad:
 

Chados

Dark Council Elite
I just decided to test to see what I would get if I hit roll several times in a row, and I just feel like something is off. Lately I have been getting chinced on my rolls during RP at critical times, such as three magic lessons in a row I have rolled a critical miss (natural one or equivalent) on my very first roll, spell or not. Which in accordance with magic structure means I lose all my "mana" for the day and can't continue casting or learning. I'm not sure if it's rolling "d20" versus "1d20" that's doing this, but for this case, I'll give it a try.

This time I rolled two critical misses out of the group of 12 rolls, but this time the split between above 10 and below 10 was equal, since I got 6 rolls that were below 10. I don't know if it's just me, but I've been over a few weeks starting to think that something is up. There was a notable change in the ratio of my rolls about three weeks ago and it has been different since. Before then I had a consistent record for rolls leaning toward higher numbers most often but now I almost feel like there's some sort of invisible chance for a penalty of like -5 or something.

On d20, 3/4 rolls were less than 10.
On 1d20, 1/2 of the rolls were less than 10.

Trying this on my main account as well, 3/4 rolls were less than 10.
 

Rygan

Rygan.
Mystic
"He got me,” Glados said of dice's rolls over him. “That f**king HollowRoll boomed me.” Glados added, “It's so rigged,” repeating it four times. He then said he wanted to add probability to the list of topics he studied over the summer.
 

Chados

Dark Council Elite
"He got me,” I said of this thread's rolls slam over me. “That f**king community boomed me.” I added, “It's so rude,” repeating it four times. I then said I wanted to add every other mage on the server to the list of people I'm going to make extinct over the summer.
 

Solus

Solzilla
Staff member
Server Owner
I hope you all know I clean up these profiles as this is posted in the official Lore sections. If you want to continue memeing, make a copy jest profile in the basement. I'll give the rest of you time to delete or remove anything.

If someone dares quote me to jest and not inform- be wary as the above is a warning. If you want to appeal to keep some of the posts, I'm fine with that.
 
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