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Post by MorbiusMonster on Fri Jul 02, 2010 6:22 pm

First topic message reminder :

No comment.

(3dit: We were discussing Morbius personally on a few threads, so I made him a blog. Unfortunately, when I orignally created it I owned the first post... so I found this post of his that pre-dated mine.)


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VoIcEs In My HeAd!

Post by MorbiusMonster on Sat Nov 24, 2012 7:46 am

Since I can't explain everything that is wrong in my life, the four voices in my head will do it for me.

Dysphoric MorbiusMonster: My chest doesn't feel flat enough, does it look flat to you?

OCD MorbiusMonster: Your chest is fine, now be silent, I have work to do!

Dysphoric MorbiusMonster: No harm in being certain, you said so yourself.

OCD MorbiusMonster: I also said "be quiet"!

Political MorbiusMonster: Our current situation is dire, the world's
democracy is under threat and you seem more preoccupied with your
physical and psychology sexuality being compatible.

Dysphoric MorbiusMonster: Wouldn't you? I was in the wrong place at the wrong time, politics is always at fault.

Economic MorbiusMonster: We've lost the shift, we've got nothing again!

Political MorbiusMonster: We'll work it out, there is always a solution.

OCD MorbiusMonster: Your politics are treated like taboo in a modern
era, we all are. Please quieten down, I have to work on some rather
intense Biology!

Economic MorbiusMonster: I could place some calls, but I am not sure they'll make it through...

Dysphoric MorbiusMonster: I want to go clubbing; I am a guy, but only so much, will I still be able to pull?

OCD MorbiusMonster: Your emotions are unstable; why did you change from a
guy and then tried to go back to being one the long way round?

Dysphoric MorbiusMonster: None of you understands me! I have needs!

OCD MorbiusMonster: Why can't all this entropy just block itself out! I've got very important work and deadlines to meet!

Political MorbiusMonster: How can we hope to overcome this monstrosity
to justice? The right wing is doing too much damage, yet people label my
cause as toxic so I cannot get the good work done!

Economic MorbiusMonster: Guys, he's getting hungry, do we ask for the loan or not? The number just don't add up!

-MM

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Post by MorbiusMonster on Sun Dec 02, 2012 7:29 am

Still feel like crap.
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Post by MorbiusMonster on Tue Dec 04, 2012 8:44 am

I just feel so socially inadequate, these days.
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Post by MorbiusMonster on Mon Dec 24, 2012 6:09 am

Despite my best efforts to try and fit in, I've well and truly had enough of the furry community.

Why? Because they are all fuckers!
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Post by Handeath on Mon Dec 24, 2012 12:33 pm

What do you mean by that?
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Re: Monsieur Pooch (blogger discretion advised)

Post by 3mptylord on Mon Dec 24, 2012 3:02 pm

I'm fairly certain, like with any "community", there is no single community. I find it hard to believe there is a single type of person in any subset. But I will humour you - because I'm curious as to what "they" have done.

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Post by MorbiusMonster on Tue Dec 25, 2012 7:02 pm

They have all done me so much upset.
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Post by MorbiusMonster on Tue Mar 05, 2013 7:20 pm

"Have you ever stopped to wonder why you sought so eagerly to become an adventurer, World Guardian? Remember that day you grew bored of what life you had before and decided to partake in quests and train your skills?

No, I didn't think you would.

You're a hard one to follow World Guardian, I'll grant you that. Ever wondered how events just seemed to fall into place around you? I made them so. A few little notions here and there, just enough to make a world of difference, but not enough to be questioned.

Why would a mortal of immense power suddenly succumb to the paranoia of wanting to become a god, when dominion could have been his at any time in this ignorant age? Obviously not to be impaled in the chest, that's for sure, but such was the consequence of following his dreams.

How is it that an archaeologist of no particular talent found the resting place of a god? Another dream follower of course.

And why would the plans of a Zarosian legend suddenly go against his own plans and kill a god? To make someone live their worst nightmare...

I've been there, always been there. I led them to bring me the Stone, the Sixth Age and my freedom."
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The World Wakes - Giovanni's Diary

Post by MorbiusMonster on Thu Mar 07, 2013 5:13 am

The events that have transpired are clear in my memory, but sadly I was unable to record these events as precisely as I would have hoped in my diary.

Spoiler:

Dear Diary

Rumour had it that an archaeologist had come across what he considered to be the find of the century within Kandarin. Naturally curious about the history of Gielinor, I accepted his invitation to join him within the ruins he discovered.

With minimal effort, I opened the doors to find what Orlando believed was the resting place of Guthix himself. With caution I entered, keeping notes of all I discovered.

The main lobby was almost like it had been designed to be part of a museum, with carvings in the walls depicting fields of battle, and a strange sword, shattered, was laid carefully on a table. Orlando assumed the sword was broken as a symbol of enforced pacifism.

Further onwards, a door opened revealing a jewel shaped like a butterfly. For reasons I had yet to discover, Orlando couldn't remove it, but I could without any strain. However, it was clear this temple was not merely still, but was in waiting. A trinity of automatons attacked us, attempting to purge the temple of Mahjarrat intruders. Orlando was killed instantly, trying to negotiate with the machines.

Combat wise, they weren't the most powerful things, but just enough to deter simple threats. It was at this point, a Shadowed Figure appeared claiming to be Guthix - I have no idea what gods smell like, but I was pretty sure they didn't smell of dust, bone and Freneskaen cotton. It appears a Mahjarrat was in the temple after all, hiding his self in my shadow.

Sliske - A notable ally to Arzonus. He was informing me that he and the Zarosians knew of this place for a long time, but required a neutral creature to enter - funnily enough I wasn't aware that I could be categorised as one. His plan, and to an extent, theirs [the Zarosians] was simple, communicate with Guthix and persuade him to restore Zaros, without resorting to murder. Sadly violence wouldn't not be part of what due to transgress.

Sliske took me on a whirl wind tour of Gielinor through the Shadow Realms - by activating the alarm in the temple, the stone circles of the world had activated, sending out a distress. Sadly, one such circle was in the possession of Zamorakians, who made an effort to the North to inform Zemouregal of the temple - the God Wars dungeon was also alerted, inviting other, ancient beings, to the site.

My last instruction from Sliske was simple; ally myself with the Guardians of Guthix, have them lead me to Guthix and defeat anyone that tries to harm him. With that, he vanished into the Shadows.

I was joined later by three individuals, somehow differing and sharing in interests - Zilyana, Tsutsaroth and Kree Arra. Dismissing me as a harmless bystander they told me to stay away or face death should I stand in their way (as if that even seems like a threat). Kree Arra ushered me over and requested my assistance - he wanted me to side with him and Armadyl and prevent a blood bath.

Sadly, my instructions meant I could not side with him and had to fight Kree Arra so as to continue my purpose.

Kree Arra is a skilled and powerful fighter, but I had a duty and intended to see it through. His defeat was difficult and I only felt that it could have been resolved without violence - I could tell he concurred.

Further on, the two generals found themselves unable to trespass beyond the next gate - obviously paying little attention to something right under their snouts. When preparing to unlock the door using a clever little locking mechanism, I was audience to some very important people, the Guardians of Guthix. Ushering me not to proceed, I had to assure them that I was meaning no harm to Guthix, rather to protect him.

Once I had solved the puzzle, the Guardians and I descended where we met another of their own - Cres. Having stood guardian for centuries in the temple, he recognised us and invited us once we'd established that I was here to help. I was asked to prove my allegiance to balance with a small test.

According to the runes, I was tested, from the perspective of a god, to help a small race called the Naragi, advise them where they needed help, but to remain neutral at all times. Proving I was balanced, the Naragi prospered and Guthix saw that I was worthy of his blessing.

The ceremony of becoming a Guardian was short lived, storage wings were being breached by intruders and a defence had to be mounted as quickly as we could. I took the liberty of inspiring hope and making sure the my fellow guardians were prepared.

The first wing was breached by the simple, yet brutal General Graardor. Thaerisk, Chaeldar and I fought him off valiantly, forcing him to retreat due to his wounds.

The second wing was breached also, this time with a stench so rotten it was very familiar and I had longed for this fight for a long time. Zemouregal and his zombies attacked, but Cres and his automatons had the counter advantage of numbers and held back the undead. With great commitment, the Mahjarrat was bested and I finally had the chance to give him a piece of my mind.

Thirdly, I joined Death in a fight against one of Zamorak's prize jewels - K'ril Tsutsaorth. Death is wily ally, capable of running circles around such large and brutal foes and the demon was bested by our cunning. The demon retreated in shame.

Lastly, the final storage wing was storm and I assigned Fiara and Valluta to the wing. Expecting Zilyana in her determination, I was surprised to see Enahkra and some monks. I think somewhere along the lines that her undying love was a weapon to aid Zamorak. Despite using an arsenal of dirty moves, she too was defeated - and the poor, hopeless woman went off to sulk.

Then we were hit by fierce opposition. As opposed to taking the wings, Zilyana had herself a devious approach - she recruited others and began a full frontal assault whilst all the defences were allocated to the wings. Sending out waves of Spiritual soldiers, I fought on until help arrived. In the struggle, Cres was killed in cold blood by Zilyana, mistaken to be Guthix.

Zaros' troops had arrived - Akthanakos, Azzanadra, Wahisietel, Char and Nex. Zilyana couldn't last long against any of them so conceded. It was here that the truth was revealed. Azzanadra revealed that I had been chosen to lead Zaros to victory. My decisions from that point were my own as to whether to admit my true allegiances and none but those in that chamber are entitled to know.

Whilst the bickering continued, a soldier we hadn't accounted for was a few steps ahead. I had to rush to Guthix as quickly as I could, avoiding the wrath of those who felt betrayed. When I arrived at the shrine, there I found Guthix who had been woken by the noise from outside. And then he appeared - Sliske.

In what appeared to feel like hours, but was only seconds, I was powerless to move as Sliske unsheathed the Staff of Armadyl, fully reformed and dealt a devastating blow to Guthix before vanishing with a sneer on his face. Guthix beckoned me forward.

It was true, Guthix was dying, Sliske had dealt a fatal blow, but in his final moments, Guthix wanted to share something with me; his memories. Millenia ago, Guthix was but a mortal, a member of a peaceful, yet ill-fated race, known as the Naragi (it suddenly made sense). I was shown the remnants of his fallen world as he last saw it, friends and family strewn across a battlefield, dead, amongst the bodies of alien species introduced for combat and a fallen being.

Guthix explained that as the last survivor of a terrible war, it was down to him to kill the monster that had committed the atrocity to his world. Finding a sword he found on the battlefield, he stabbed the God in the back during his sleep, unaware that the God's power would channel into him. In despair he left his home and found Gielinor, new and untouched. With his power and the Stone of Jas, he introduced life to Gielinor, making it a new home with species such as humans, gnomes, dwarves and fairies (no mention of lycans). He gave them the world to have as their own.

However, he had felt it had all gone wrong. In their eyes, Guthix was considered a God and he despised being referred to as such so went into slumber hoping they'd come to forget him and live their lives. That was when others came to the world and took advantage of it's people, much like his own world. The God Wars raged and he brought them to an end, making sure the Gods could never return.

In death, he gave me the last of his strength and asked that I take the role of protector of this world for when the Edicts are gone and the Gods return to wage war. I accepted.

Guthix's body fell cold, silent and turned to stone. The others joined me to see the now dead God. At that moment, I wanted to do anything, but could not.

Following the demise of the God, an unwelcome visitor arrived - Saradomin, proving that the edicts had indeed been destroyed. As much as I just felt that the gloater simply deserved to have his throat ripped out and his head thrown into the abyss, I couldn't bring myself to do so. He claimed he had come to take Guthix's place and to bring glory to the world, banishing the Zarosians from the temple and attempted to the same to me, but with no avail. Knowing that he was still outnumbered by those loyal to Guthix, he left.

On the outside, the druids came to keep the temple sacred, declaring a new age had begun.

-Giovanni Magnus
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Post by MorbiusMonster on Sun Mar 10, 2013 8:17 pm

Is there never anything decent on TV at the moment?
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Post by Dark Avorian on Mon Mar 11, 2013 1:52 am

Nope.
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Post by MorbiusMonster on Mon Mar 11, 2013 9:11 am

Next Friday is the Comic Relief three hour TV Fundraiser. Essentially that means all the good stuff will be cancelled for that.

Also, it bothers me how humans treat charity. The world is full of hardship and sometimes we turn to try and help people within that hardship... out of charity. Why do we only care about people we may never know, in situations we may never come to understand when people pin the word "charity" onto it? Why is supporting the hard up only voluntary in charity, rather than being considered duty? We're all humans, we all should be there for each other, not simply when a big event rolls in to point out the hardship - the hardship never goes away until we do something about it.

I support charity, I care about what we do on this planet, so I will always drop money into a pot. I just wish it took more than a telethon on one night with ordinary people supporting it to motivate change.
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Post by Handeath on Mon Mar 11, 2013 10:05 am

That's actually a very good point. *wild applause*
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Post by Duskcurse on Tue Mar 12, 2013 1:47 pm

I think the same as Handeath
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Fursuit Mask Destroyed Again

Post by MorbiusMonster on Thu Mar 21, 2013 1:15 am

This is the second time I have destroyed my mask - I couldn't finish it,
get it right and it was constantly staring at me. I'd go into my room
and there it was, watching me, disapproving and judging me. I had left
it so incomplete for so long that eventually something had worked it's
way into it and it was just tormenting me.

The faults where as follows;
1.
The jaw - I don't know how to make teeth for the jaw and the shape felt
incorrect. I had planned to line the jaw with some pink felt to shape
gums, but the mouth felt it lacked the necessary curvature to feel like a
proper jaw. The mouth also lacked a tongue and you could see into the
back of the mask, destroying the illusion.

2. The black fur -
These were scraps of fur from a previous fur-suit (this suit was
destroyed by kids who seriously deserve to die - I had been bullied for
years and I couldn't have that one last day just to enjoy myself and
join in with "What you want to grow up to be".). As scraps, the edges
were clear on where it was glued together. What destroyed the illusion
most was how the gaps in the fur were obvious in the jaw line.

3.
The red fur - the markings of the mask that are integral added to the
destruction of the illusion. The fur began flaking away, revealing the
patches of mesh which they were loosely stuck to. The mark is the
hardest part to get right, but even when I tried, I hated it.

4.
The ears - the pose of the ears was another one I couldn't get to work, I
couldn't work out a pose that made it seem natural, without looking as
if he was angry or frightened. I have no white or grey fur to cover the
interiors of the ears, so I gave up there too.

5. The eyes -
these have been the bane of this creation for a very long time. I've
seen a whole number of guides on what to do, but cannot seem to get them
correct - cartoony eyes on the surface; realistic eyes under the foam
skull, no matter what I tried, they never looked right. Eventually what
drove me to destroy this was the eyes - looking at me in such a way that
made me feel uneasy and like they were haunted.

6. The hair -
Giovanni's hair is never easy. The sketches I have show it differently
every time and even when I figure out how they are going to look, it
still can't work out how to execute the design and earlier attempts
(which are now stumps of foam on the back of the head) only pinpointed
how hard it is.

So there we have it, another mask destroyed. I
would very much like some help with the design - all help is appreciated
(PLEASE), but I cannot offer any kind of cash incentive as repayment
(advice such as this should be shared without expenditure).

I am
at a really low point now and would like the help I can get - if any of
my followers know of someone who made their own fur-suit head (or the
rest of the body for that matter), particularly a wolf one, I could
really do with some instruction.

-MM
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Post by MorbiusMonster on Wed May 01, 2013 7:26 pm

I want hugs!
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Post by MorbiusMonster on Wed May 29, 2013 1:34 am

And he'll twist you round, you know he'll turn your head...

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Post by MorbiusMonster on Tue Jun 04, 2013 6:31 am

I was at the convention all weekend...
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Post by MorbiusMonster on Wed Jun 05, 2013 5:31 pm

I'm back from Confuzzled, the best weekend of my life. Not like any of you care.
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Post by Handeath on Thu Jun 06, 2013 12:55 am

I do! Your costume looked really good, and I'm glad you had a great time: you were really worried about how your costume was coming together.
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Re: Monsieur Pooch (blogger discretion advised)

Post by Dark Avorian on Thu Jun 06, 2013 7:45 am

Wait. Shit! That's a badass costume. Sorry if it comes off like we don't care, it's more because very few of us are around to see updates.
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Post by MorbiusMonster on Thu Jun 06, 2013 5:28 pm



When you start hearing music, that's when I appear.
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Post by 3mptylord on Fri Jun 07, 2013 4:30 am

I'm guessing it's not the part where "I'm never gonna give you up..." starts playing. Otherwise that's the cleverest Rick Roll I've ever been tricked into. Hmmmm

At these Confuzzled conventions is it always fursuits? I'm not a furry, but if a mate every dragged me to one of these I'd honestly prefer prosthetics.

The mole at 4 minutesish was really good. From a "fursuit contest" point of view (rather than a sexual orientation/gender identity/whatever this qualifies as) - the sheer mass of dogs and wolves got boring and repetitive. Even most of the cats looked doggish. The cat whose eyes glowed looks awesome too. The glove puppet at the end was hilarious. Pleased

EDIT: Watched the whole thing and I don't remember seeing your black fursuit. So... got a specific time?

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Post by MorbiusMonster on Fri Jun 07, 2013 4:31 pm

Two minutes, when Rick Astely is playing.

Not everyone wears fursuits, some just wear ears or a tail, mostly tails.

Canids are just the easier costumes to make, which is why a lot of people do them. With the muzzle, it gives space to breathe or for a fan that can vent out hot air. Then again, these are only the fursuiters, a lot of people who attend don't have suits and are other animals.
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Post by MorbiusMonster on Sun Aug 11, 2013 7:58 am

In fearful day, in raging night,
With strong hearts full, our souls ignite,
When all seems lost in the War of Light,
Look to the stars-- For hope shines bright!







I did this for a friend for his birthday.
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