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Presets & Markings / Re: danysaurus' FREE presets
« on: Yesterday at 03:22:02 am »
Ahhh these are great! Fantastic work on these, and thank you for sharing them~

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Renegade Row / Renegade Row Dice System
« on: September 23, 2021, 07:34:40 am »


Here in RR, to make some decisions while roleplaying official spar matches or other chance/skill-based things, we will use a very simple dice system to keep things a little more fair. Members are not required to use the system in normal roleplay, however. Here is a very small demo of how it works:

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Let's use a spar for an example.

Terry goes to attack Dustin by attempting to bite him in the neck, and Dustin tries to move out the way to dodge. Both players will roll a die and continue according to whatever number they rolled.
Boiled down, there are five outcomes that can come from a die roll, two outcomes being relatively the same.

[1] Terry rolls a higher number than Dustin:
Terry lands the attack and bites Dustin's neck.

[2] Terry rolls a slightly higher number than Dustin:
Terry still lands the attack but doesn't have as good a grip, so Dustin could easily break away.

[3] Dustin rolls a slightly higher number than Terry:
Dustin manages to get away from Terry, but Dustin still gets bit in the process.

[4] Dustin rolls a higher number than Terry:
Dustin dodges Terry's attack and gets away safely.

[5] Terry and Dustin roll the same number, therefore canceling each other out and nothing happens.

This will be applied to other things such as hunting and persuading other characters/rogues when on guard for them to leave the pack territory as well.




How do I roll the dice?

We have a dice bot in our discord server that we use to roll out these actions.

What if I can't join the discord server, but need to roll?

If you are unable to join our discord server, your roll can be preformed by another member if you so wish. If within the scenario of training, official sparring matches and hunts, etc., these rolls will be preformed by a Lead to avoid any possible tampering and ensure legitimate and fair rolls for yourself.

A group member says I need to roll while RPing with them. Do I have to?

Nope! You are not required to use the dice system whatsoever within normal roleplay. The only moments where it is required is either during training sessions, official spars, and other scenarios that are heavily based on chance.

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Renegade Row / Renegade Row Ranks
« on: September 23, 2021, 06:53:15 am »
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Renegade Row Ranks
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Renegade | Tierless

Members of the group who don’t wish to take on a branching rank, but simply
socialize and role play with everyone around. Rankless, but just as important.

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Outsets | Tiers I, II, III

Outsets are members with a newly appointed rank.
Throughout their first three tears, they will learn the basics
of their branch and start their journey to the top.

Their branches and corresponding tags are as follows:

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Fighter | Outset

OF | I, II, III

Guard | Outset

OG | I, II, III

Hunter | Outset

OH | I, II, III

Medic | Outset

OM | I, II, III

Minder

Minders are kin sitters. This rank is based on
the Medic branch as all Minders must learn the basics
of caring for a patient. Minders are tasked with taking
care of the young and ensuring they are all in good health.

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Pathfinders | Tiers IV, V, VI

Pathfinders are more experienced members of the group who have
cemented in which branch they want to carry forward. These members
are better equipped to carry out their duties, and while they
are stronger than their former tier group, they still have much to learn.

Their branches and corresponding tags are as follows:

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Fighter | Pathfinder

PF | IV, V, VI

Night Raider: Assassin Path – NR | IV, V, VI

Fighters who have reached tier IV can choose to take
a more direct and brutal approach to fighting. This path
is not only about killing, but taking on a responsibility
to protect. These members will be called upon to take on daring
tasks that may result in ending not another's life, but their very own.

Guard | Pathfinder

PG | IV, V, VI

Hunter | Pathfinder

PH | IV, V, VI

Medic | Pathfinder

PM | IV, V, VI



Legionaries | Tiers VII, VIII, IX

Legionaries are very experienced and dedicated members of their branch.
They have learned just about everything there is to their field and take
their duties seriously. When you see them, you can tell they know their
stuff. However there are more tricks to the trade to learn until they
can consider themselves among the top tier of their branch.

Their branches and corresponding tags are as follows:

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Fighter | Legionary

LF | VII, VIII, IX

Night Raider | Legionary

LNR | VII, VIII, IX

Guard | Legionary

LG | VII, VIII, IX

Hunter | Legionary

LH | VII, VIII, IX

Medic | Legionary

LM | VII, VIII, IX



Leathernecks | Tier X

Leathernecks are the top tier members of their branch. These
members know everything there is to know about their work and take it
very seriously. If anything is asked of them, it's as good as done.
You do not want to mess with any one of them.

Their branches and corresponding tags are as follows:

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Leatherneck Fighter

LNF | X

Leatherneck Night Raider

LNNR | X

Leatherneck Guard

LNG | X

Leatherneck Hunter

LNH | X

Leatherneck Medic

LNM | X



Head Renegades | Advisor, Lieutenant, Second, Lead

Advisor

The Head Renegades' top advisor. This Renegade resides among the top three Head Renegades, and while they cannot rank up or train any Renegades without permission, they help aid in important decisions for the group.

Advisor: Riki

Lieutenant

The Lead’s third in command. Lieutenants follow behind the Second and Lead, aiding them in their duties of the group. Lieutenants are next in line for Second, and take charge when both the Lead and Second are absent.

Lieutenant: N/A

Second

The Lead’s second in command. This Renegade resides at the Lead's side, aiding them in their duties. This Renegade alongside the Lead make sure all things are in proper condition. Seconds will stand in and take charge for the Lead if they are absent. When the time comes for a new Lead, the Second is next in line to take over the responsibility. Exceptions will be made in the case of complications.

Second: Clint

Lead

The leader of the Renegades. This individual holds all authority and responsibility over the group; whatever they say, goes. It is their duty to keep things running smoothy and ensure the safety and well being of all Renegades.

Lead: Raynell

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I'm going to go ahead and move this over to the Game Help board as it fits better there~

People still use the same legendary items and markings, yup~ Here's a link to them both together in a download: Linkie

Also, welcome back to FeralHeart, excited to see you around!

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Introduction / Re: I'm back after who knows how long!
« on: September 16, 2021, 03:40:43 pm »
Welcome back to FeralHeart! Glad you decided to rejoin us~ Excited to see you around!

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Forum Games / Re: Who can post last?
« on: September 16, 2021, 02:42:59 am »
CHAKA

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Game Help / Re: Which game to download and where? (Returning player)
« on: September 15, 2021, 06:13:55 pm »
-especially considering that it's open source to some people.

FH is not open source. Kovu never officially released it's code, however he did do so with Impressive Title. There was never supposed to be more than one FeralHeart.

Well, just saying that it's out there to very specific people. Not sure how I'd define it. However, that isn't the point to focus on. Just that if people can access that much of it, why would it have malicious content?

There are broken copies of it and people do have versions, yes, however it was never intended to turn out that way.

It doesn't matter if more than one person has a copy of it, it's what the individuates do with it that make it safe or not. You can have two games that look exactly the same, but one of them can be rigged with hidden malicious programs while the other does not. Take Impressive Title for example. It's open source and anyone can use it. Someone can reprogram it to ensure safety, while another could program it for malicious intent. Hacked Minecraft clients would be a perfect example of someone using it to gain backdoor access to anyone who uses one programed to do so.

It's up to every individual to do their research on what they choose to download. FeralHeart has been running for a whole decade and has never had any malicious content within it's files, and I personally can ensure that our download is 100% safe (so long as you obtain it through our official downloads). If you get FeralHeart or any other "FeralHeart" game from anywhere else, it is up to the person who downloads it to ensure they are getting a safe program by asking developers, staff, people who have downloaded it, etc.

In the end, it is entirely your choice which one you play, mistwolf.

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Game Help / Re: Which game to download and where? (Returning player)
« on: September 15, 2021, 03:05:53 pm »
-especially considering that it's open source to some people.

FH is not open source. Kovu never officially released it's code, however he did do so with Impressive Title. There was never supposed to be more than one FeralHeart.

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Forum Games / Re: Who can post last?
« on: September 14, 2021, 07:30:28 pm »
when u can't figure out how the hell to insert a gif using bbcode

(BTW, try IMGUR, there's a bbccode option on there!)

That or PostImage. PI is completely free and you don't need an account either~

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Introduction / Re: Hey!! I'm new here!
« on: September 14, 2021, 07:27:14 pm »
Welcome to FeralHeart! I'm glad this little place has caught your eye ^ -^ We are more than happy to have you. Excited to see you around!

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