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Chrona
Chrona
Posts: 63

3/13/2018
I swear, every time I try any story that in any way involves food, I gain at least one point of unaccountably peckish. If I wasn't so curious about stories, I would enforce a "no food ever" diet on my characters.

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Chrona Trigger: An academic adventurer, who is rather a large fan of masks, and is desperately curious about the many secrets of the neath. Except the one that isn't spoken of.

Arsene, Pillager of Twilight, The masked, magnanimous, and charming master thief, who will give and take as pleases him. Surprisingly steadfast for such a fickle fellow.
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Nero Keller
Nero Keller
Posts: 34

3/15/2018
Are you suggesting that going without food will make your character less hungry?

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Harlocke
Harlocke
Posts: 503

3/15/2018
Chestnuts though are a proven appetite suppressant.

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Jolanda Swan
Jolanda Swan
Posts: 520

3/15/2018
Fasting throughout the Feast of the Rose was the only way not to eat your heart out.

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Lady Sapho Byron
Lady Sapho Byron
Posts: 556

3/15/2018
Nero Keller wrote:
Are you suggesting that going without food will make your character less hungry?


No, but the OP would at least be accountably peckish.

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Fighting the Menace of Corsetry Since 1892.
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Chrona
Chrona
Posts: 63

3/16/2018
Lady Sapho Byron wrote:
Nero Keller wrote:
Are you suggesting that going without food will make your character less hungry?


No, but the OP would at least be accountably peckish.


Ironic on many levels, but yes, while my character would be hungry, he would never be peckish!

On that note though, I wonder if you can starve to death in the neath?
edited by Chrona on 3/16/2018

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Chrona Trigger: An academic adventurer, who is rather a large fan of masks, and is desperately curious about the many secrets of the neath. Except the one that isn't spoken of.

Arsene, Pillager of Twilight, The masked, magnanimous, and charming master thief, who will give and take as pleases him. Surprisingly steadfast for such a fickle fellow.
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Teaspoon
Teaspoon
Posts: 848

3/16/2018
Sunless Sea confirms that you can.

Decidedly so, in fact.

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Truth lies at the bottom of a well.

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Chrona
Chrona
Posts: 63

3/16/2018
Teaspoon wrote:
Sunless Sea confirms that you can.

Decidedly so, in fact.


To be honest, I forgot about Sunless Sea (ironic, since it's the game that brought me here), but on the other hand, we also know that death is...normal? on the water.

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Chrona Trigger: An academic adventurer, who is rather a large fan of masks, and is desperately curious about the many secrets of the neath. Except the one that isn't spoken of.

Arsene, Pillager of Twilight, The masked, magnanimous, and charming master thief, who will give and take as pleases him. Surprisingly steadfast for such a fickle fellow.
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Ixc
Ixc
Posts: 136

3/16/2018
Chrona wrote:
I swear, every time I try any story that in any way involves food, I gain at least one point of unaccountably peckish. If I wasn't so curious about stories, I would enforce a &quotno food ever&quot diet on my characters.


It's food roulette! It makes eating interesting, at least.

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Out of the night that covers me,
Black as the pit from pole to pole,
I thank whatever gods may be
For my unconquerable soul.
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