Everything about Illarion that fits nowhere else. / Alles über Illarion was inhaltlich in kein anderes Board passt.
/signedHadrian_Abela wrote:Who are played by men.Julius wrote:A place to cyber hawt elven vixens.
For me illarion is more of the community then the game, we do some fun things together, like the NS2 thing, or the games on the board.
Yeah, agree here... A lot to learn for me who don't speak english or german as first language. A lot to learn really. So if you wonder why my writing skills are limited - then you know why. There are so many time I come up with something to write - in swedish - just to realise that my vocabulary in the english language is not enough to write in english. Kinda frustrating but hopefully I will improve in the future.Vern Kron wrote:I play Illa to develop my writing skills, and to see what ideas I can shake out of it.
I agree heartily, the same count for me. Its much more fun to make holidays and speak a very good english.abcfantasy wrote:Lol, I remember before I played Illarion, I was totally hopeless in English. I didn't know basic words like 'grin' or 'awkward'. Yes, that bad
Same for me, at least when illarion is at its best.Alytys Lamar wrote:I agree heartily, the same count for me. Its much more fun to make holidays and speak a very good english.abcfantasy wrote:Lol, I remember before I played Illarion, I was totally hopeless in English. I didn't know basic words like 'grin' or 'awkward'. Yes, that bad
Also Illarion is and was always a *headcinema* with his own drama and life. Like making a movie as a stage director
O_o A pregnant lizard girl?!Lily Crystal wrote:I have found Illarion so far to be telling stories about fairies and the east wind, campfire chatting about Zelphia and spirituality, eating cake while making friends, learning how to bake while counseling about pregnancy, and so much more! I am loving every minute of it of this beautiful world! Thanks to everyone who has made it possible.