Post by Mirai Kuriyama on Feb 9, 2019 23:49:15 GMT -5
Haha, I also think I'm funny on occasion.
Anyways, my name's Mirai... Or, rather, that's the name I choose to go by. I'm twenty-four years of age (going on twenty-five), and I've been apart of the Warriors community ever since middle school. I didn't just start playing this game recently but it did take me this long to actually join the forum, which is... Arguably pathetic, I know this.
You have to understand, though, man! I'm an awkward, lil taco who is on the spectrum and finds it hard, if not impossible, to branch out and that's on a good day.
Mainly, I just watch anime and roleplay with a select few people that I know. Other than that, when they're not around, I game and do... Stuff and things.
My main passion, outside of writing and gaming, would have to be watching anime... Which probably goes without saying.
If there's a Discord, I might join it and if there's not, I won't be too fussed either way.
I should also probably mention that to fill the void while I waited for a game such as this, I was that person who dabbled on ChickenSmoothie and in various roleplays, although... I didn't last long in either.
In closing, if you want to get in touch, feel free to contact me on here. I can give you my Steam account name or my Discord if you'd rather use those mediums to get in touch (and hopefully stay in touch).
I had to start my game over, unfortunately, but I was on Autumn, day two of year one. I know it's not much at first glance but considering how hectic my life is, coupled with the fact I started playing the game in January, if memory serves, it's nothing short of a personal accomplishment. xD
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Mistyreed's List Of Important Herbs. (That I can't Remember)
Marigold: Chewed into a pulp and applied to 'infected' wounds Comfrey: Chewed into a poultice. Helps broken bones and soothes wounds. Yarrow: Applied to wounds to stop poisoning. Chervil: Leaves cure infected wounds, and chewing roots helps bellyache. Stinging Nettle: Seeds can be used for a poisoned cat, and leaves can bring down swelling of a wound or body part. Dried Oak Leaf: This dry plant stops infection.