OmegaMekix (Level 16)

Leaving isn't a bad thing as long as you are remembered to be the one to do everything properly.
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Post by OmegaMekix (3,847 posts) See mini bio Level 16

RPG » The Land of the Ashuras RP

"No one is dropping out." Mekix sternly said. He crossed his arms over his chest and announced, "Already, we have too few people on our side, we can not spare to lose another member. Everyone here already agreed to fighting and even if they wanted to run away to fight another day, it would be pointless. This is our only chance to stop this now before the planet is at risk." OmegaMekix took a quick glance at everyone, he now had their attention and it was time to explain the strategy.
 
Mekix took a deep breath. "The good news is that the enemies will be coming from only one direction so we don't have to split the team to combat the same forces. But we all have a part to play and if one fails then everyone else is bound to follow. We are dealing with the end of the world here so don't assume that if you make a mistake that you will be able to redeem yourself. We have to get this just right if we want to succeed." His voice had a tone of unyielding determination in it. Even if he wasn't completely confident in himself, he sounded confident enough to take on the whole universe. "I have set traps for the first wave. Since they are likely to send their weakest troops first the traps sound be able to destroy the masses, meaning we don't have to waste any unneeded energy on them. Once the majority of traps are used, then we will all enter our positions. Justice, Batsu," Mekix said, looking at the two warriors. "-you will be the powerhouses of the team. I want you right in the battlefield taking down as many opponents as you can. Maximus and I will be supporting you. We will be long range and it is out job to take out as many enemies before they reach you guys and make sure you guys have all the needed support. Sabine will be the one in charge of protecting Maximus and me. If any enemies sneak pass and try to eliminate us then Sabine will be there to stop them. We all have an important job so do not mess around, if one of us goes down then the rest of the team will follow and then we will fail." While it wasn't a cheerful motivation, Mekix was stating the truth. They had too low of numbers to risk losing even a single member. It was up to the five of them to take down an undead army to protect the world. Mekix sighed at the situation, he was wondering how he got himself leading this situation. 
Post by OmegaMekix (3,847 posts) See mini bio Level 16

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Post by OmegaMekix (3,847 posts) See mini bio Level 16

Battles » [Tournament] Vice Character Finishing Move Showdown

@Kuma_From_Argentina: 
 
It is nice to see a simpler finishing strike. Too many people go way over the top when a simple attack would have been satisfying enough. Now, your main flaws in this is the summarizing and grammar. You kind of listed things out and that bores the reader. Treat this as an RPG, be favorable and captivating in your description. Also, you put way too much in this. You don't really need to explain the whole battle or the motive, it would have been alright if you started with the two of them wounded and down to their last attack. We are only looking for the ending.
 
4.5 out of 10
  
Post by OmegaMekix (3,847 posts) See mini bio Level 16

RPG » Operation: Party Goers

@kashif1: It's okay, we've reached a turn in the mission so you came back at a good part.
Post by OmegaMekix (3,847 posts) See mini bio Level 16

RPG » The Treasure is Marked with an X OOC

Just so everyone knows, I have Kuma's/Masako's permission to be in this. So instead of boring NPCs, I'll be the antagonist of the story. 
 
I was able to explain a little bit about X in my post so now we have the science behind the drug and the situation.
Post by OmegaMekix (3,847 posts) See mini bio Level 16

RPG » The Treasure is Marked with an X RP

OmegaMekix brought his masked face closer to the Brazilian woman and intimidatingly whispered in broken Portuguese, "Where are you getting your supplies?"  The punk teenager just let out a 'humph' to show that she was not even interested in the fact that she was just yanked into a dark closest by a dark figure wearing a creepy mask. Mekix began to grind his teeth together because of lack of patience. He gripped even tighter on her torn sleeved red jacket and said with a distant tone in his voice, "I know that you know the location of the main factory. Tell me if you want to leave this closest in one piece." The teenage girl just let out a loud sigh and replied, "Seriously, work on you Portuguese. You talk like my five year old brother." Mekix glared at the girl before tossing her across the closest so she would slam against the adjacent wall. He walked to the door and opened it. Then, without looking back at the girl, he said, "Since it's Friday night, this building won't be used for the next two days. You're going to have to wait until Monday morning until someone will find you." Mekix slammed the door shut and locked it, trapping her inside the closest.
 
Mekix slipped off his mask as he left the building and began to casually walk down the street. He noticed many people with pale and emotionless faces on street corners. They all looked depressed. "Damn Axeotrophidize." Mekix muttered under his breath. Recently, a new drug had been developed and it has spread across the world. Axeotrophidize, or X or short, had the same effect of any stimulant drug but it was seventeen times more effective than cocaine. But it drained the dopamine hormones much more quickly. So once you took one dose of the X, you had already become addicted to the stuff but it would never be enough to satisfy the person so they would keep coming for the material.
 
The government was not responding quickly. With all the political restrictions, they would not be able to shut down the X production until it would be too late. So Mekix came to Brazil and end the production now, before things got too rough. Since X was new to the market, he couldn't get much information. Plus, any drug dealer he tried to intimidate didn't reveal a thing, the drug had left them emotionless and unmoving to his threats. Mekix stuffed his hands into his trench coat pockets and sighed. He wasn't certain what his next action would be or how he would discover the drug factory.     
  
Post by OmegaMekix (3,847 posts) See mini bio Level 16

Battles » [Tournament] Vice Character Finishing Move Showdown

@willyvereb: I wasn't saying that they jumped in so rashly but you could have made a better transition. They just went at it which is not a good idea, they should have studied each other at first. But with the limited space I don't blame you for the quick intro, I was just trying to make the point that you can start at the end of a battle, not always the beginning of one. 
Post by OmegaMekix (3,847 posts) See mini bio Level 16

RPG » Operation: Party Goers

@Guyver: Sorry but it would be too flashy. Image if you were hosting a party and suddenly fireworks were going off in your backyard. You would be startled. Plus, one of the reasons Vince found out was because you broke into his shed, there was probably a camera in it. But don't feel bad, you weren't the only reason Vince found out. Besides, I noticed that everyone was having a little difficulty and I decided this may be easier for you guys. 
 
Distractions should be vague and make the person curious or paranoid. Things like a strange noise, knocking on the door when no one is there, or just creating a ruckus if a guard is about to walk up on another Ace are things you should do. Fireworks is a no-go for sure. But I'm sure you'll do better next time now that you know more about your role.
Post by OmegaMekix (3,847 posts) See mini bio Level 16

Battles » [Tournament] Vice Character Finishing Move Showdown

@Dream: 
 
Much better. I'm glad you took what I said last time and learned from it. This was easier to read. One of my concerns with this piece is how you used the term, "ate lead". It seemed out of place here and I had to read it twice to understand it, which takes away from the great pace you've set up. Next, the last part was just too much. I would have been satisfied if Aizen died from the machine gun, it was a fitting ending. The blast was just an overkill and it wasn't as satisfying as hoped. But the pace is excellent, I like how you used machine guns in this since it is creative compared to the normal energy blasts, and I can already see improvement. Truth be told, you score this time will be lower than your last but that is because I'm a little tougher this time. This post was honestly better than your previous one.
 
 7 out of 10.
 

@Haofan123: 
 
That had to be more of the more creative kills on the threads. I will admit, the beginning seemed long and pointless but since it led up to that climatic twist I was glad that I read through all of it. You could work on your dialog a little more though. There were other things you could have used instead of the cliche, "You missed" line. Something like, "You're going to have to do better than that." would have been better. And the beginning was too long. The attack after attack could have been summarized better. But  readers will find the beginning a small price to pay for an exciting ending like that.
 
7.5 out of 10
 

@willyvereb:
 
Just so you know, since this is your thread and you RPG, I will be harder on you.
 
This went on so much longer than it could have. Honestly, a finishing move should occur at the end of the battle, when the winner has already proven themselves better. You didn't need to show Archer getting out of Aizen's trap, it was too long and lost my attention. The dialog could use more work. Not every comment made needs to be cocky or arrogant, readers like to see more diversity. Finally, the intro felt forced. Would two experienced warriors really enter battle so rash if they have no clue who, or what, the opponent is? You don't need to describe how they met, you can skip that and go to the ending.
 
6 out of 10.
Post by OmegaMekix (3,847 posts) See mini bio Level 16

RPG » Operation: Party Goers

Sorry guys but I spotted too many mistakes in stealth. This isn't too bad though, now that the guests are gone you'll probably have an easier time getting things done. Someone else can decide if Vince leaves or stays in his mansion. Just don't kill him instantly.
Post by OmegaMekix (3,847 posts) See mini bio Level 16

RPG » Mission: Party Goers

Mekix cringed at the revelation that the Ace Silhouettes weren't quite sure how to preform a quiet assassination. Both Jack and Hothead were willing to pull the trigger any moment but a gun shot would be too loud. Even with a silencer equipped, the scene would be too flashy and horrific. The fact that Guyver was waiting to cause an explosive distraction only made things worse. The killing aspect of an assassination is always the easiest part. You just need to aim and fire. The toughest thing about this is being discrete enough so you can come in and leave without incident. 
 
With a hint of impatience, Mekix clicked his radio on and said, "Ace Silhouettes, abort now." Mekix took a deep inhale before quietly explaining himself. "This is suppose to be a professional job. We can not use explosives, as long as there are witnesses we do not shoot the target, and we do not make this a competition. Now, we will try a new tactic. We will-" Before Mekix could explain a plan. The front doors of the mansion were slammed open and many of the guests were leaving, they looked angry and disappointed. Mekix ducked lower in the darkness he was hiding in and said into the radio, "Okay, we'll be going for a more confronting assassination now. Vince must have noticed something suspicious going on. He just sent all his guests away. Now we will either lock himself in his mansion and wait for this all to blow over or he will get into his car and try to go somewhere safe." Mekix lifted his finger from his radio earpiece for a moment so he could sigh to himself.
 
--Mission Objective Failed. Position Revealed-- 
 
"Okay, now that we don't have to worry about the guest we do not have to worry about being seen anymore. But keep to the shadows, we still need to be stealthy. Hearts, keep the sniper steady and keep an eye on the cars. If Vince makes a run for it then I want you to shoot a tire. Then we can corner him. Diamonds, keep on the roof. If Vince does not leave the mansion in five minutes then I want you to enter. Clubs and I will follow to keep the guards off you. Do not kill Vince until I give the say so." Mekix deactivated his radio and nodded his head in disappointment. The mission could still be a success but now he would have to go through a lot of trouble now.
Post by OmegaMekix (3,847 posts) See mini bio Level 16

RPG » RPG Hall of Fame Voting Thread

@Newdeath said:
" @OmegaMekix: Are you sure?"
Positive. 
Post by OmegaMekix (3,847 posts) See mini bio Level 16

RPG » RPG Hall of Fame Voting Thread

I am withdrawing myself from the first hall of fame. 
 
Honestly, I probably haven't earned it as Sonata, Keith, or NewDeath had. They've each led a successful team, they have been here longer than a year, and they are the ones who help shape the RPG community here. But the main reason I want to withdraw myself is because I don't view this as I should. Even before the first nomination I was confident that I would make it, too confident. I saw this more as a trophy than an honor and that is not a trait a hall of famer should have. Both Keith and Sonata were willing to give up their spot and I bet they would not have regretted it while I was thinking that there was no way I could lose my spot. I really appreciate the votes for me, I mean it. But until I mature and learn that this isn't about fame but of recognition, I am not ready.
 
So I won't accept being placed in the first hall of fame here. Sonata and Keith both deserve it more than I do and I can learn what it means to be a good community member in the meantime.  
Post by OmegaMekix (3,847 posts) See mini bio Level 16

RPG » Operation: Party Goers

@Hothead: Don't fret over it. The codenames are new and you haven't RPGed with me before so it is completely understandable. Just correct it and we can move on.
Post by OmegaMekix (3,847 posts) See mini bio Level 16

RPG » Operation: Party Goers

@Hothead: Well at one point you said "Hearts-- that is Mekix --".
Post by OmegaMekix (3,847 posts) See mini bio Level 16

RPG » Mission: Party Goers

"Napping?" Mekix whispered into the radio as he dragged another sniper into a dark spot. "Why would a host be in their bed when there's a party going on....." His voice trailed off as he realized that Vince wasn't exactly sleeping in his room. In fact, the guy was probably wide awake relieving some stress on a female guest he probably invited earlier than the rest of the guest. But for the sake of professionalism, Mekix decided not to announce what Vince was doing and concentrate on the mission. He kept his finger pressed against the radio in his ear as he said, "Good job Diamonds but I don't want this to be an assumption. Heat signatures are not enough to identify someone. But keep an eye on that heat signature and stay alert." Mekix glanced around to make sure there were no nearby guards and quickly went closer to the house. He could see the last guest finally enter the house. "Okay Aces, things seem to be improving. Use the mist to your advantage and lets move closer. Gu-Clubs and I took out most of the snipers so things should be safe. Hearts, keep a sharp eye on any guard we may have missed. Diamonds, try to position yourself on the roof. You may be able to get a better angle there."
 
Mekix went closer to the house. So far he had not spotted any guards which was good. As long they stayed hidden then they might be able to lure Vince away from all his guests and kill him quietly. The rest would be easy. The hard part was how to get up close enough to silently kill him. Mekix sighed as he activated his radio once again. "Clubs, I think now would be a good time for a distraction. Give us something that would draw the guests outside but nothing that would make them fear for their safety. Hearts, prepare to spot Vince if he is gullible enough to come outside and Diamonds, be ready to enter the mansion if needed. Depending on how well Clubs distraction works, either one of your could be called to duty."
Post by OmegaMekix (3,847 posts) See mini bio Level 16

RPG » Operation: Party Goers

@Hothead: Nice post but you made a mistake, I'm Spades, kashif1 is hearts. Everything else is good.
Post by OmegaMekix (3,847 posts) See mini bio Level 16

RPG » RPG Hall of Fame Voting Thread

@Sonata: @willyvereb:  We'll wait for someone to come and break the tie. If no one shows up then I guess NewDeath and I can decide.
Post by OmegaMekix (3,847 posts) See mini bio Level 16

RPG » Operation: Party Goers

@Guyver: Good post. The mist seems to have a mysterious nature to it but something like that would be really helpful. Now we need Hothead to get up close and identify Vince so we can move in for the kill.
Post by OmegaMekix (3,847 posts) See mini bio Level 16

RPG » RPG Hall of Fame Voting Thread

We should wrap this up soon. But we need to break the tie between Keith and Sonata. If worse comes to worse and no one votes anymore than I think the two strongest candidates of Hall of Famer should decide who gets the third position.
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