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    Archer's MR when equipping K&B isn't factored into his stats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arashi_Leonhart View Post
    Archer's MR when equipping K&B isn't factored into his stats.
    ...Kanshou & Bakuya weren't forged from dragons, though?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoydGolden View Post
    ...Kanshou & Bakuya weren't forged from dragons, though?
    ...So?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arashi_Leonhart View Post
    ...So?
    So, you weren't actually addressing what I said. Which was that having a dragon-forged weapon could give one an at least considerably high rank in Magic Resistance.

    ...That someone wielding weapons that weren't forged from dragons doesn't get an MR boost hardly counters my point, as should be obvious.

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    Actually, Kanshou and Bakuya are resistant to magic - we just don't know by how much. Which is Arashi's point, I believe: in spite of K&B being resistant to magic, they don't actually change Archer's innate Parameters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoydGolden View Post
    So, you weren't actually addressing what I said. Which was that having a dragon-forged weapon could give one an at least considerably high rank in Magic Resistance.

    ...That someone wielding weapons that weren't forged from dragons doesn't get an MR boost hardly counters my point, as should be obvious.
    No, as in, it was an example of why items, which inherently are stated to granting a bonus in stats like MR, aren't actually included in the specified stat. Even Karna's MR is like, "It's C, but then factor in armor and it's different."

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoydGolden View Post
    Couldn't having a weapon literally forged from a dragon justify giving him a higher rank in Magic Resistance (B, or even A)? Since Saber's ultra-high rank came from her Dragon Reactor.
    I could add that as part of the Noble Phantasm but I don't think it would show up in his stats. Saber's gives her A rank because she has the blood of a dragon, I think that Green Dragon would work somewhat like K&B where the weapon itself can block magic attacks but if Rider is hit dead on the Magic Resistance from Green Dragon won't help reduce the damage, as Arashi and Spoon have been saying

    Also Siegfried's Armour of Fafnir doesn't boost his magic resistance, in fact it actually gets rid of it because his armour protects him from magic.
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    Class: Lancer
    True Name: Arturia Pendragon
    Titles: King of Knights, Storm King, Wotan, Holda/Bercha
    Alignment: Lawful Neutral
    Attribute: Dragon, Fae, Human, Earth.


    Parameter
    STR: A+
    AGI: C+
    END: A
    MAG B/EX
    LCK: B


    Class Skill
    Magic Resistance: A+
    Almost complete immunity towards Magecraft


    Personal Skill
    Prana Burst: A+
    Increases ones ability by suffusing the body and weapon with prana. Lancer's entire body is constantly surrounded by magical energy even without her will.


    Riding: B
    Capable of riding vehicles with above average skill.


    Charisma: B++
    The ability to lead people, at this rank it would be enough to lead a kingdom. Due to her Noble Phantasm, she is both seen as a dark and dreadful devil, and an enticing beautiful spectre, making first impressions an... interesting sort.


    Blessings from The End of The World: A
    Grants Lancer and additional almost unlimited prana reserves and the ability to suffuse the surrounding area in them. Prolonged use of this skill can make her non-human nature more pronounced, up to a certain point of course, she is, after all, still King Arthur.


    Noble Phantasms
    Llamrei: Stone Marking Steed (Anti-Unit, B)
    A mighty mare suitable for the leader of the WIld Hunt, colored black, with blood red eyes and barded in inhuman bone. While it can outrun most modern ground vehicles, its greatest qualities are its strength and dexterity. It can leave hoofprints on stone by running alone and can pull of, almost ridiculous looking, feats of acrobatic prowess. Perhaps due to a mutation of sort with Lancer's other Noble Phantasms, she can also channel her Prana Burst through this horse and can also seem to fit past normal sized door and hallways, never changing its size as it does so.


    Rhongomyniad: The Three Sheathed Light (Anti-Unit~Anti-Fortress, C+~EX)
    Also known as the The Light That Shines To The End of The World and Ron. The spear that conceals the tower of light that acts as the linchpin that separates the world as it is now and the world before. The first 'sheathe' is actually a cauldron filled with boiling hot paralyzing poison, one drop diluted by a lake would be enough to kill twenty full grown men. Pulled out, the spear looks rather plain, nothing more than a metallic spear covered in some kind of black, rough leather up to the blade, hiding its poisonous nature.


    It's second form and 'sheathe' will only appear after the poison it is covered in has run out, either from prolonged use or forcing it by transferring a large amount of mana through the spear, comparable to activating an A rank Anti-Army Noble Phantasm. A grotesque looking lance, made from the eyeless, maimed head of Vortigern, the dreaded black dragon of Britain, turned inside out and bound by thirteen of his own broken, blood-red fangs. Capable of unleashing torrents of black flames that can devour 'holiness' to fuel itself, the flame has also suffused Lancer's own mana, wreathing her body in it. In this form, it must feed on blood and mana of at least nine normal humans before it can safely 'sheathed' back into the pot of poison, else it would drink Lancer's own(only to the point of 'heavy blood loss', thankfully). The bloodthirstiness of this lance cannot be contained by itself, it spreads to Lancer and any ally around her giving them Bravery(E~C) and Sadistic Constitution(D~B).


    Invoking the name of this Noble Phantasm requires it to be in its second form and fully quenched of its thirst, it will then fire a beam of light surrounded by a dark hurricane. The hurricane is actually the third 'sheathe', capable of destroying both physical objects and magical phenomena, even magecraft, by way of 'forcing The World's will'. Servants who survived but was struck by it, will have the cost to maintain them skyrocket. The hurricane also drains the mana from the surrounding area, to make sure none leaks from The Other Side. Due to this, invoking this Noble Phantasm also seals Blessings from The End of The World for three days.


    Hunt of The Storm King: Black Hounds and The Dark Night (Anti-Army, A+)
    The Wild Hunt has appeared in many form throughout the ages, from a golden fleet of impossibilities, a solemn march of the gods, and in this case, a monstrous army of the unreal. Manifesting as hordes of ghost and fairy warriors, from sickle wielding banshees and the restless souls of giants to nightmare shooting archers and fear blooded hounds, it is a conglomerate of horrors that few human armies can match, limited only by her mana reserves. Unfortunately, while she holds the loyalty of these beings, they're still a bunch of inhuman beings, and most of them are hungry for taste of souls and terror, so she only bring forth a small fragments of them aside for emergencies, packs of black hounds to find her enemies, a couple of warriors to tip the scale of a battle, and so on and so forth. She can also add people to this army by way of contract and she will make sure that it is done out of their own free will, even then, she demands that they think of it very deeply, by force if she must.


    Unleashing the full weight of this Noble Phantasm is the greatest guilty pleasure of Lancer, and so she silently hopes for a reason to manifest, at least, a company of them. A rather uncharacteristic warlust for the King of Knights.

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    Servant Saber:

    Identity: Nameless Crusader

    Alignment: Neutral Good

    Summoning Catalyst
    : Sword of Godfrey De Bouillon (Fake)

    Strength- C (B)
    Agility- D+ (C+)
    Endurance- B (A)
    Mana- E
    Luck- D
    NP- A+


    History: Saber is an existence giving form to all the myriad thousands who abandoned their homes and livelihoods to partake in the Crusades to Jurasalem. It was a movement initiated by power-hungry nobles for political reasons, but those who followed it were simply pursuing an innocent wish.

    They wanted to be relieved of their burdens. They wanted their lives to mean something. They wanted forgiveness for the crimes weighing down upon their hearts.

    For reasons that weren't their own, these countless beleagured, half-starved peasants were driven into the Holy War across Europe and elsewhere. Not knowing how or why, all they felt was an unmistakable yearning for 'something'.

    Something beyond this world of suffering and injustice. A world where everybody could be happy, and nobody would have to shed tears. If their bodies could be cast to create a bridge to that shining future, then they would gladly give them up.

    And so. All those people whose names were forgotten by history; men, women and children alike threw away their lives for an utterly pointless war orchestrated by those who cared not for their lives or aspirations.

    But... even so, their shared dream of a 'better world' cannot be so easily extinguished...


    Appearance: A short, rather under-fed looking girl with lightly disheveled dusty blonde hair down to her upper back and cloudy, turbulent blue eyes. Though clad in armor, she does not give the impression of a warrior nor of nobility. The armor fits poorly on her scrawny frame, and simple cloth rags cover the parts left unguarded. Her body from the legs down is left bare save for a pair of beaten-down sandals.


    Personality: Saber is a generally melancholic person. She feels weighed down by all the forgotten Crusaders whose names she alone bears, and feels a duty to insure that those people are not forgotten by history. Recognizing that her holy war was a mistake and the Jurasalem she sought after in life was no more then another city, she still does not believe the path she embarked on to be wrong. In her heart, she still seeks after the 'Jurasalem' of her dreams. Her only wish would be to insure the names and faces of every person to have died in the Crusades (Christian and Muslim) is recognized by history, casting a last light on those who died forsaken even by God. And relieving her own burden as well.

    Likes: 'The Holy Land', hope
    Dislikes: being forgotten, suffering, despair
    Talent: all the skills necessary for crusading
    Natural Enemy: Saladin


    Class Skills:

    Magic Resistance (A-)- Spells below A-rank are nullified outright, and even A-rank spells are weakened greatly. At this rank, it would not be inaccurate to call the Servant a 'Magus Killer'. Saber bears the combined piety of every single person to have died in service of the Crusades, granting a truly high rank. But as it's born from faith, it is not effective on those spells originating from her own religion.

    Riding (D)- Ability to ride animals. At this rank, the Servant is capable of handling a few different kinds of animals and small vehicles (i.e. motorcycles, electric scooters) with some skill. It goes without saying that many of the Crusaders relied on mounts to carry them on their long journey to Jerusalem.


    Personal Skills:

    Expert Of Many Specializations (C-)- Access to and use of many expert skills. Saber is able to tap into all the Skills of those who died in pursuit of the Holy Land. While most of them were simply uneducated farmers and peasants, their knowledge and experience taken together is nothing to scoff at. Medicine, navigation, riding, swordsmanship, army tactics, sieging and more can be practised at D~C proficiency.

    Nameless Hero (-)- The nature of a hero whose True Name has been forgotten by history. Saber's particular appearance is surely borrowed from one such Crusader, though their name and identity have been lost. To anyone looking in, all her stats, Skills and Noble Phantasms will be listed as N/A.

    Crusader (A+)- Historically speaking, it is the title of one sworn to repel Islamic influence from the Holy Land. But over time, its meaning has been distorted into 'anyone who fights strongly for a religious cause'. When facing enemies of Pagan or demonic origins, or those with the Skill Golden Rule, Saber is given a Rank-Up to all parameters save Luck and Mana. The latter aspect derives from how the Crusades in truth were motivated by desire to pillage the riches of Jerusalem.


    Noble Phantasms:


    Gladius Godfreius- False Sword Of First Crusade (E~A, Anti-Unit): "Sword of Godfrey de Bouillon", the man who lead the First Crusade alongside his brothers. A holy artifact showcased at his grave in Jurasalem, its name (along with that of its owner) has become synonymous with the concept 'Holy War'.

    In fact, this is not the true sword of Godfrey. Rather, it is a convincing forgery scavenged by Saber's Master for the purpose of the summoning ritual. The true artifact would summon Godfrey himself as a top-tier Heroic Spirit, but the fake...

    Not truly associated with Godfrey, the catalyst is in fact the very concept of "Crusade" itself, summoning a hero that could be called the spirit of the Crusades. Her existence is closer to a wraith then a Heroic Spirit though, so it might be thought fitting that a 'false' sword serves as catalyst for a 'false' hero. A thick and hefty broadsword. The ornamentations of gold and silver all along the blade and hilt mark it as a recreated weapon never to have been used for combat. In addition, the blade itself is unbalanced and not ideal for slashing.

    As a Noble Phantasm, it starts out merely as a normal sword. But its attributes increase by a rank each time the blade tastes the enemy's blood, insuring that it deals more damage for each successive blow landed on the enemy. The sword can only 'level up' four times, with A as the maximum rank it can reach.

    As a visual effect, the blade becomes coated in an shimmering aura of light, starting out faint but growing progressively more luminous with each 'level up' until it's downright blinding. Also, against foes of Pagan or demonic origin it combines with her Crusader Skill to make the sword 'level up' at twice the normal rate (E~C~A instead of E~D~C~B~A).

    This symbolizes the nature of the Crusades, which started out as a small force of peasants but grew in scope and number of recruits as more cities were looted and more people were killed. Lords and knights flocked to the Crusades, eager at the chance to strike down 'heretics' and achieve fame and glory immemorial. In this case, the sword's gaining power represents the growth of the Crusades and the damage to the opponent represents the number of enemies killed by the Church.


    Sanctis Peregrinatio- Onwards, To The Holy Land (A+, Anti-Army): A Noble Phantasm that can only be used when Gladius Godfreius is at maximum capacity. Raising her light-infused sword and pointing it firmly into the distance, Saber recites the declaration of Pope Urban II which ushered in the first Crusade:

    "
    All who die by the way
    Omnes qui per viam mortis
    ,
    whether by land or by sea
    Sive per terram sive per mare
    ,
    or in battle against the pagans
    Aut in prælium: et super gentes
    ,
    shall have immediate remission of sins
    Immediate, et remissionem peccatorum
    .
    This I grant them this through the power of God with which I am invested
    Hoc eis dona Dei in virtute, qua indutus sum!"


    Then as she invokes the Noble Phantasm's True Name ("
    Onwards, To The Holy Land
    Sanctis Peregrinatio!
    "), all accumulated light is expelled outwards from the blade's tip in the form of a great conical blast. An Anti-Army level destructive attack, gouging the earth itself with holy light to form a trench extending for several miles in front of Saber. This calls to mind the trail of ruin left by the Crusaders in their insatiable desire for the Holy Land, looting and pillaging cities in their wake.

    Using this Noble Phantasm sacrifices all the sword's 'levels', returning it to the level of a rank E sword.


    Jerusalem- That Holy City, Reclaimed (EX, Reality Marble): "Jerusalem", capitol city of Israel and foremost holy site to both Judaism and Christianity. The reclaiming of that city from the Muslims was the purported goal of the Crusade, though in truth it was proposed more from political motives then anything else.

    Regardless it was that very ideal of Jerusalem reclaimed from sin and made once more into the shining city of myth, that drew the thousands upon thousands of peasants to embark on such a mission, staking their very lives and wellbeing upon it. It was never the true city of Jerusalem that exists as capitol of Israel that motivated them, but their image of 'Jerusalem the Utopia', a heavenly site that is the resting place of the Saints and the end goal of all pilgrimages across history.

    It is a place without sin.

    A place where no one has to shed tears.

    A place where the strong don't senselessly oppress the weak.

    Utopia...

    By invoking its name, Saber can call forth that fabled city as a Reality Marble. Beautiful and magnificent beyond even the highest mortal city, the streets are pure gold like transparent glass and the buildings are of crystal-clear jasper.

    Unusually for a holy city, is has no central Temple. But this is because the entire city itself is a kind of Temple, built for the glorification of God.

    It goes without saying that violence of any sort is unthinkable in such a holy city. Thusly, a powerful suggestion effect is applied to anyone within the Reality Marble's boundaries, making it extremely difficult for them to form any hostile intent towards Saber or anyone else. Defying this heavenly mandate requires Skills granting resistance to mental interference (such as Bravery, Mental Pollution, etc) of rank A or higher, or Nature Of A Rebellious Spirit at rank A+.

    Even so, anyone to take action against Saber will find themselves gradually weakened the longer they remain in the Reality Marble, sapping their Mana over time as punishment for their transgression. In gameplay terms, all enemy Servants receive a Rank-Down every five turns. Such effects notably do not apply to Saber herself or her allies, who are deemed 'soldiers of God' fit to judge any enemies to intrude upon His paradisic domain.

    As New Jerusalem was said to be the resting place of all Saints, it is here that Saber can call upon their power. By reciting their name, she can give herself a single Skill or Noble Phantasm belonging to the Saint in question. Only one at a time can be applied, with the latest overwriting the previous. As a visual effect, the ghostlike image of said Saint will be superimposed over Saber herself while their respective ability is active.

    As a last resort, Saber can also choose to call upon all the Saints at once, appearing all around Saber as transparent figures shrouded in divine light. All of them then proceed to use their strongest Noble Phantasms in unison, utterly annihilating Saber's enemies before the combined power and Mystery of each and every Canonized Saint from across Judeo-Christian lore. In the unlikely case where Saber's opponent is themselves recognized as a Saint, that particular one is obviously not included in the overall barrage.

    For one ignorant of traditional Thaumaturgy, manifesting this Reality Marble is the only kind of Magecraft Saber can hold to her name. It is a miracle born from the faiths of each and every soul making up her aggregate existence. The final answer to all those souls who perished in search of
    Promised Land
    Jerusalem
    .

    It goes without saying that this is Saber's absolute trump card. But due to her very low reserves of magical energy, there is no way she can cast this Reality Marble under normal circumstances. The amount of Mana required for her to do so is would drain most Masters dry in a matter of minutes.
    Only if Saber was blessed of a
    Rin Tohsaka
    truly exceptional Master
    overflowing with magical energy, or else finds a way to tap Mana from some greater source, could she even contemplate utilizing this Noble Phantasm in combat. Even then, it would only be for a time of around five minutes or so.


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    Probably the most unusual Saber I've ever done. I wavered between doing a "nameless Crusader" sheet versus just doing a straight one for Godfrey himself (or let's not kid ourselves here, herself) but ended up deciding this approach was by far the most interesting of the two. Inspired by a few ideas I've seen (not so much here in particular) for a "nameless/forgotten hero" Servant embodying all those who died in battle without being remembered.

    As you can all see, I took ZSB1999's advice regarding Godfrey's sword as an NP, so much kudos to him.

    Jerusalem NP is wanked to Hell and back I'm aware, but I at least tried to balance with the statement that it's next to impossible for her to manifest it normally. I imagine in a hypothetical Fate fanfic, she'd only be able to use it right before fighting the final boss through somehow drawing power from the Grail itself, which of course ends in her blasting said final boss in the face with ALL SAINTS BEAM!!!

    Moreso then usual, I'd really like commentary on this one considering how unorthodox the concept is, and how it took more planning then usual to finally put it out. Hope y'all enjoyed it!

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    Multiple minuses make no sense and I guarantee are not a thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clockehwork View Post
    Multiple minuses make no sense and I guarantee are not a thing.
    If you can have multiple pluses I don't see why you can't have multiple minuses. And I've seen a few other people on this thread use them without anybody complaining. (For instance, Spoony once had a curse NP for one of his Norse Casters that set the targets Luck stat at E----)

    If you really have it on good authority that I'm wrong here though, then I'll just go back and change that part. But as of now, I'm not convinced. Sorry.

    Anyways, what did you think of the rest of the sheet?

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    It's because pluses and minuses represent fundamentally different things. Every plus represents a momentary doubling in power, while a minus just represents an unstable value that's technically a certain rank but doesn't have the power to back it up.

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    There are two different "modifiers" that can be applied to ranks, + and -. The "+" modifier represents the capacity of a temporary boost in power, allowing a weapon or ability of a lower rank to surpass a higher rank for a moment. While a B+ is generally weaker than an A, B+ may momentarily exceed A by doubling its own power. + indicates a two-times increase, ++ indicates a three-times increase, and +++ indicates a four-times increase. The "-" modifier indicates a rank which has a number that is not reliably stable, technically qualifying for that rank, but not quite reaching the rank in terms of power or ability and possibly being even closer to the next rank down.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Canon View Post
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    That's exaggerating my point.

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    Well that's not right.

    - - - Updated - - -

    Not even the plus part is right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoydGolden View Post
    (For instance, Spoony once had a curse NP for one of his Norse Casters that set the targets Luck stat at E----)
    Busla. But I changed that to a simple description a long time ago.

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    Pluses are a clearly defined momentary doubling of ability, and we have seen it canonically in all three degrees. Minuses are not clearly defined or uniform in any way, and we have only ever seen one at a time.
    Quote Originally Posted by UBW Q&A 1
    A minus sign is like that one thing, you know? It's like a B in terms of rank, but for your ability it's less than a B, maybe even a C. Something like that. Think of it as a number that's not very stable.
    There's no point in multiple minuses when a single minus doesn't have a specific amount it lowers the rank by, and even if there were it wouldn't make sense for it to go down three times and then go down a whole rank unless someone like Herc is involved because that could just as easily be going from A-with-D-stats to a normal B.

    I looked and could not find said Noble Phantasm, would you mind linking it? I'm sure that some of the times it's been used were because we didn't know what they did at the time.


    The Nameless Crusader actually has a reason for being a girl which makes her infinity times better than most of your other Servants by default. Don't see a reason for the minus on EoMS unless it's the "they're farmers" bit, and the anti-Golden Rule bit of Crusader seems pretty unnecessary. Sanctis Peregrinatio is boring as a sword beam but it's not JUST a sword beam so props there. All around a pretty solid Servant idea actually, not interesting enough to be exceptional but not bad either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoydGolden View Post
    ...Don't really get how that relates to the Crusades, honestly. Appreciate the effort, though!
    I enjoyed the sheet, and liked the last noble phantasm, of course as soon as I saw the EX I got a bit worried but you limited it enough to make it reasonable. Also you can bet that when I saw the sword NP I had the biggest fucking grin on my face. The second Noble Phantasm seems a bit risky to use though if I were saber's master I would be very worried about the sword being brought back down to E rank, especially if the NP somehow missed. Very well made servant sheet (Kinda sad about no faceclaim, but for this servant it makes sense)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Clockehwork View Post
    I looked and could not find said Noble Phantasm, would you mind linking it? I'm sure that some of the times it's been used were because we didn't know what they did at the time.
    Well, I rarely pass up a chance for self-promotion. :-P Here: http://forums.nrvnqsr.com/showthread...23#post2192023.
    But the "reduces target's Luck to E---" bit isn't there anymore, I changed it to a simple description quite some time ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clockehwork View Post
    There's no point in multiple minuses when a single minus doesn't have a specific amount it lowers the rank by, and even if there were it wouldn't make sense for it to go down three times and then go down a whole rank unless someone like Herc is involved because that could just as easily be going from A-with-D-stats to a normal B.
    Oi, oi. A whole bunch of peeps have piped up at this point regarding minuses so I've elected to change that part. Honestly, I wasn't entirely sure either about it either for similar reasons as Clockehwork summarized above, but decided to go with it anyway. Anyways, now it's been changed so enemy Servants just receive a Rank-Down every five turns rather then anything fancy. Hope you guys are happy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZSB1999 View Post
    Also you can bet that when I saw the sword NP I had the biggest fucking grin on my face.
    Glad to know I made you happy.

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