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 on: March 19, 2020, 05:43:44 am 
Started by Kailef - Last post by Amenra
Ok, fair enough. But I could give it a try  Grin

 on: February 25, 2020, 05:01:04 am 
Started by Kailef - Last post by Trivoulge
ETOS is great band and "Chaotic beauty" album is at my top10 greatest albums ever made list at any given moment. Unfortunately growling levels are indeed out of ERR zone. Still nice to see that so many rockERRs here love ETOS

 on: February 24, 2020, 08:16:12 am 
Started by Kailef - Last post by LadyWoreBlack
You can safely assume that I will say "no" to just about anything that has growly vocals in it.  There are some bands that have been added to the station's library in the past that have growls, but that doesn't mean that I want to add more.

It's a shame as I listened to a few songs by those bands and I actually liked Trail of Tears until the growling vocals started.
I kinda liked them both too until the same point!  Cheesy Cheesy

 on: February 23, 2020, 06:29:18 pm 
Started by Kailef - Last post by Kailef
You can safely assume that I will say "no" to just about anything that has growly vocals in it.  There are some bands that have been added to the station's library in the past that have growls, but that doesn't mean that I want to add more.

It's a shame as I listened to a few songs by those bands and I actually liked Trail of Tears until the growling vocals started.

 on: February 23, 2020, 03:19:48 pm 
Started by Kailef - Last post by LadyWoreBlack
2 bands I really like listening to are Trail Of Tears and Eternal Tears Of Sorrow. In my opinion they play symphonic metal. I was surprised they weren't on the list, but that may still come  Wink Don't know what others think about it  Roll Eyes

Trail of Tears : example song
Eternal Tears Of Sorrow : example song :
There shouldn't really be any surprise why Eternal Tears of Sorrow is not on ERR. They do have symphonic and epic elements, but they are also a little too doom for ERR, and more than half the song (I'd say) is growling. Yes, as new listeners always observe, we do have bands that feature SOME growls (not all or a huge part), and because of that, it's kind of a policy that no new bands with prominent growling get added. Trail of Tears is a bit doomy to me also, but you can ask the station owner, Kailef, directly to check out new bands and see if he wants to add them.  Wink

 on: February 02, 2020, 11:57:17 pm 
Started by i_am_fabio - Last post by mengeltjes
@Amenra, welcome to our little madhouse.

I do agree with you on the "sosial" media. And I really should visit here more Smiley.
And also fully agree on the love of cats...

*hugs from your Neighbour*

 on: January 31, 2020, 03:20:55 pm 
Started by Arkam - Last post by Kailef
Sounds like the "Den of Pleasure" was false advertising.

 on: January 31, 2020, 01:57:48 pm 
Started by Arkam - Last post by Leyrann
Currently doing the bonus adventure "Den of Pleasure", so there's a chance that not every episode can be put here, but so far it's completely fine. Smiley

On the way back from Zargothorax’s citadel, the party approaches a building that looks like an inn of some sort. As the sun is setting, the party decides to enter and take a rest. They approach and enter the building, finding two very good-looking waitresses waiting for customers.

Sir Ludwig immediately notices one of the women seems very interested in him, as she immediately walks up close to him, caressing his arms. Meanwhile, the other woman quickly goes to grab a few beer, returning quickly.

The party gulps down their beers, and Felor quickly starts feeling bad, reacting poorly to the beverage. The woman that had brought the beers starts fussing over him, but he quickly heals himself. Next, Ilanor invites the woman to sit down with them and have a beer herself, but she declines, still worried about Felor.

She feels at his forehead, checking his temperature, and gives a slight kiss on the forehead as well. Suddenly, she firmly grabs him, locking him in her arms. The other waitress continues caressing Sir Ludwig for a little longer, giving him various slight kisses, when suddenly he feels something strange and jerks away, just in time to avoid her sharp fangs, and quickly warns the rest of the party.

Seline quickly starts playing her lute, inspiring the party. She searches for magic in the room, but does not find any. Sir Ludwig extends his divine senses, identifying both women as vampire spawn, as well as finding several other similar beings in nearby locations.

Felor manages to free himself from the vampire, conjuring his dolphin hammer, but doesn’t manage to hit her. With his fist, he manages to hit her. Ilanor uses the distraction to draw his sword and hit her with two strikes. The imprint from Felor’s fist disappears from her face as it seems she heals herself, and she turns into Ilanor’s direction, wildly flailing at first, but then surprisingly managing to catch him in her vampiric embrace.

The other vampire entraps Sir Ludwig before almost breaking her teeth on his armor. Seline quickly breaks him free from the creature’s grasp, and he immediately draws his laughing longsword, hacking away at his would-be assailant before knocking her prone with his shield.

Felor grabs his hammer and swings it wildly, missing, though his dolphin hammer was more accurate. Ilanor slips out of the vampire’s grasp and delivers another few strikes with his sword, though it doesn’t seem to leave as much damage as it should. With a pout, she again advances upon him, again locking him in her embrace but not managing to bite him through his armor.

Her fellow undead attempts to strike Sir Ludwig, but misses. Seline attempts to instill fear in the vampire attacking Ilanor, but it resists, barely reacting to her attempts. Sir Ludwig continues to fight the vampire opposing him, smiting her with his divine power, upon which her skin starts flaying, and she screams in pain as he again forced her to the ground.

Felor strikes at the vampire near him with a guiding bolt, and moves his hammer to the other vampire, striking her prone form. Ilanor once again releases himself from the vampire’s grasp, continuing his fight. It changes targets, now grappling Felor but again only biting armor. Ludwig’s vampire continued attacking him, but barely scratched his skin.

Seline whispers dissonant words, fearing the vampire grappling Felor, which now tries to run away only for Ilanor to strike her through with his sword, and her body drops to the ground, lifeless. Sir Ludwig delivers some powerful, divine strikes, and the other vampire falls down as well, joining the first in death.

Inspecting the room better, the party notices there is a wooden door to the north, and curtains blocking off the next room to the south. Felor opens said curtains, revealing a corridor. The party carefully makes their way through the corridor, and after turning a corner they see another woman. After a very brief discussion, Seline creates a deception, to attempt to pass as one of the vampires. She walks up to the woman, who falls for it. Seline convinces her the party is friendly, and the woman invites them to join her for dinner, which the party accepts.

They greatly enjoy the meal, however Ilanor makes a complete fool of himself as he attempts to make conversation with their host – but at least it makes her laugh. Seline handles herself better, and eventually leads the party into the next corridor as the woman remains to take care of the dishes. Once out of sight, she puts her armor back on instead of the vampire clothes she was wearing. Soon, the party notices an elf further down the corridor, and they decide to approach her – after checking the corridor for traps – to find whether she is friendly.

As Ilanor and Felor draw close, the elf shifts her attention to them and suddenly she lets out a scream, her face distorting in anger while her body distorts into a snake-like creature, but with a human head.

Despite that appearance, Felor is very appreciative of her, quickly deciding there is no chance she is untrustworthy. Sir Ludwig is under no such impressions, and charges forward, shifting through the air without actually moving through it, hitting the creature with his blade, and Seline delivers a barrage of insults, though the former elf seems unimpressed.

Felor is enraged at this sudden attack on his new friend, and starts attacking Sir Ludwig. The naga shoots a bolt of lighting through the party, harming Sir Ludwig, Ilanor and Seline but leaving little damage to them. Ilanor charges up to Felor, awkwardly grabbing and incapacitating him. Sir Ludwig once again hacks away at the creature, imbuing his weapon with divine damage. Seline hurls a number of insults at the naga, and Felor attempts to free himself from Ilanor, but doesn’t manage to do so.

The naga focuses a blight energy on Sir Ludwig, severely harming him. However, he manages to remain standing, and with one more strike, he cuts off her head, killing her. After some deliberation, they decide to take a quick rest in the dead end of another corridor.

 on: January 26, 2020, 03:04:16 am 
Started by i_am_fabio - Last post by Amenra
@Kailef & @LadyWoreBlack

Thanks for your warm welcome.

Maybe there's a link between the lovers of metal and cats.  Grin

 on: January 25, 2020, 12:42:50 pm 
Started by i_am_fabio - Last post by LadyWoreBlack
Hey, Amenra! Welcome to the madness, and may I add I support your love of cats. They are truly the most METAL of all creatures, and always EPIC!  Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy

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