whodo That's RAD! I have to make that my phone wallpaper or something. ?
uncommonman Albert was anoying but Skully was a two-faced manipulative bastard.
To Paraphrase one mister Abraham Lincoln: If Skully had two faces, do you think he'd use that one?
Oh, wait ... unseen presence. Neeeever mind.
ProbieTim The image popped up fairly near the top when I searched for Nosferatu and I thought it was perfect, just how I'd imagined skully.
uncommonman Skully was a two-faced manipulative bastard
You mean a vampire? ?
Yeah, I think Skully was my favorite character. I mean, Skully was definitely my favorite character. Such a great concept and Tim roleplayed him so well. Like the torpored vampire in the damn wedding gown was deliciously creepy.
Provinto I had forgotten about that.
...It may be more accurate to say, "I had successfully blocked that from my memory."
Skully was awesome. Albert I cursed repeatedly ? . I wish there could be another long running AP like this again where the characters are developed so much and the interplay between characters gets to be so deep.
I’m working my way through the AP, and utterly despise Albert. He reminds me of every bullying asshole I’ve dealt with, physically threatening and mocking people while trying to browbeat people into getting his way. Skully at the point I’m in is the awkward nerd trying to get accepted by the popular kids (I’m at episode 8 or 9j.
daviomac utterly despise Albert
Welcome to the club! ?
daviomac Skully at the point I’m in is the awkward nerd trying to get accepted by the popular kids (I’m at episode 8 or 9).
Buckle up, you're in for a ride. ?
Oh, I’m sure. I see Skully finally snapping under the abuse and becoming a reoccurring Bad.
daviomac That /also/ would have worked, but Skully ends up being a more readily-present foil than if he'd been recast as a baddie. I mean, he's already a bad guy without being a formalized Bad Guy.
I was SUPER SAD when @ProbieTim couldn't make it to the sessions any longer.