I'm going to nominate CalynCorr for a rather lengthy post, but one that was a ton of fun to read and work with. The character, Laryeim, is in a delicate situation, trying to relay information to allies, whilst concealing a vital point; that one of her fellow PCs might be under the big bad's control, through possession. Also, the whole conversation brought up multipel emotional memories for Laryeim, along with another point she'd rather not discuss, and the emotional turmoil made things nicely... interesting..
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I'd like to nominate Darkling for an exemplary post in my game, The New World. It's early in the game, but she's already set a great tone for her character, and she's taken advantage of early role-playing opportunities. In this post, Darkling's character, Morrigan, is waking up and polishing her armour after a night of drinking wine and subduing a gang of unruly pirates. Darkling turns a seemingly mundane morning into a moment of introspection, giving us some excellent insight into Morrigan's heart and mind. Thanks for considering her post for this month's honours!
I'd like to nominate Rosswilliam's post in the game Doverian Legends. His character, Phyrottio Silkenmurmur is a gnome bard, whose troupe of gnomish bards just disbanded, leaving him to work at a tavern/brothel.
Free tacos! They shouldn't live in captivity.
Deep thought for the week: A lot of things would be much cooler if they did what the box said they did.
I'd like to post Foggyknight's post in the game, Birth of the Superhumans.
The character, Diana, is a 15 year old high School student who has already helped her friends battle other super humans and a world-class threat (like any good superhero comic book!). She wakes to find the entire city burning, flame creatures and her neighbors closing in on her. She even has reason to believe that her own parent's are coming after her as she watches her baby brother being choked to death. Having seen evidence that what is happening is not real, Diana tries to deny it even as she cries out to her father. (I just found it very moving that a player of a teenage superhero didn't forget that at 15, the character is not an adult but still has some child instincts and would turn to her father in a time of need.)