Group: Transcendent/Third Job
Member No.: 24
Joined: 30-May 10
Name: Granrolf the Green /// Granrolf von Isengrad
Gender: Male (a green one at that)
Job Class: High Wizard (Headmaster) // Seal master
Nationality: ORC! D:<
Granrolf is an ORC, that alone may be enough to give you a mental image of what he may look like; he stands at a height of 7 feet, has big muscles to compliment his huge stature of his, has really long jet black hair that is kept tied up into a ponytail, has green skin and an equally green set of teeth, but still has all of his teeth intact, unlike most orcs that people may encounter. Heck, he still has his wisdom orc fangs intact. And lastly, he has a smile that’s bound to give your kids a year’s worth of nightmares.
His attire consists only of a long robe that conceals most of his appearance, except his hands, his bare feet and his face. He rarely keeps his axe with him while in this attire, as this would mean that he’s within the Geffen Tower, studying theories or doing some alchemy. But this ‘form’ of his can be seen only by a few, old wizards only, along with people that he truly trusted.
Human form, however, is entirely different; upon drinking his secret potion, he can change his appearance completely; an appearance worthy enough to associate himself with humans without causing a commotion. Well, not much as compared to his orcish form anyways.
His raven black hair becomes longer, reaching up to chest level with his bangs covering almost half of his face. His height becomes that of a typical human being, he stands at around 5’10” while in human form. His looks can be considered as a god-sent one; magnificent blue eyes, well-toned skin, and lips that some women would die for just to kiss. His body frame is a lot smaller compared to his orcish form, and would fit more of that of a typical human high wizard, which often makes his companions wonder how he could muster up enough strength to break boulders with just a swing of an axe. While in this form, his attire would consist mostly of the typical high wizard robes, with exception to his being bluish in color, with an axe magically concealed beneath these robes, and a silver rosary that is dangling around his neck.
The years have changed Granrolf greatly; from the strict and scary headmaster of the arcana to the fun loving and seemingly random high wizard, that students and colleagues alike had doubts at first whether he was on drugs or something. He has also become more lenient with his students, and with the policies in the school of Arcana, but only to some extent as being too lenient could endanger everyone.
But despite the sudden shift of personality in Granrolf, which is actually thanks to his ancestors visiting him in his dreams and making him return to his fun loving self again, he still has a strong sense of responsibility, both as Sealmaster and Headmaster, and diligence in his work. He knows the time to be serious and the time to be fun loving.
His human form’s having the looks of someone who is calm and cool at first glance, but he is actually quite short tempered. He can be a loyal friend, trustworthy even, but can only be one if that person trusts in him as well. And he can be really protective when it comes to his friends and students, normally taking the damage for them if he could. Not that he had a lot, he would normally just cope himself up in his room, studying theories, concepts and lore and would only come out when needed, or when the urge to have a little fun comes into mind.
+ Stronger and tougher than any normal human being, physically and mentally
+ Longer life span as compared to humans
+ His spell’s power
is OVER 9000 is greater than when cast by humans
- Short tempered
- Vulnerable to wind property attacks
- Spells too destructive sometimes
- No wind element spells at his disposal
- Spells take longer to cast than normal (+1 post preparation to spells)
The Orcs: The Untold History
The orcs were assumed to have lived in the world of Rune Midgard the same time the humans roamed the lands. They were primitive bipedal beings with green skin and bulky muscular bodies. They are vast in numbers, but live in tribes that thrive on different parts of the world, building villages in places that they deemed suitable to their needs.
Although they have demon blood in their veins, their true origins remain unknown at present, but they were assumed to have been created by demons to destroy the world due to their somewhat destructive nature. However, despite having destructive magical prowess in their veins due to their demonic blood, most of them choose to just rely on their physical strength, and those that are practitioners of magic among their groups are most of the time considered outcasts. The orcs lived a pretty peaceful life for several decades; their individual tribes living in harmony with the nature that their respective villages provides them with.
Well, that was until the demons’ influence throughout the world started to spread…
With the demon blood in their veins, it was easy enough for the demons to communicate with the orcs, and fooling them that they were the orcs’ deity of some sort that they needed to abide to. The orcs, who were somewhat questioning the reason for their existence at that time, were easy prey for the demons’ trickeries.
And thus began the destructive path of the orcs…
As decades passed by, and the destructive road that the orc tribes which had been manipulated by their false deities continued; the terrorizing and razing of the forests and nature itself continued to be as the orcs’ daily life. Though as time passed by, they grew weary of this kind of lifestyle; the more they destroy, the more they began to doubt these so-called deities that have been instructing them to continue on this senseless rampage. But despite that, most of them were too afraid of opposing their ‘deities’ and incur the wrath of the gods upon their tribes, forcing them into a “blind slavery” of some sort.
While there were those that feared for their life into opposing these ‘deities’, there were also some who dared to oppose them; and those that dared to oppose these demons were the ones known as the Zenorcs. The Zenorcs was a tribe of orcs that roamed across the land, not establishing any village that they could actually call their home unlike most orc tribes, and trying to find their purpose in life in the world of Rune Midgard as they venture forth. Because of this, their culture is somewhat different as that of typical orcs; diverse and ever changing as their journey continued.
At some point in time, before the demon trickery began, these zenorcs had came across beings that were called “humans”, these beings had some similarities as compared to orcs (like being bipedal and some minor similarities in their bodily structures), but have a lifestyle that are as different as the colors of their skins. While the orcs relied more on their physical strength to make things easier, the humans were somewhat more inclined to using ‘magic’, the art of manipulating elements to their needs.
Having interaction with these ‘humans’ for a few years, they have developed a different way of thinking as compared to other orcs; not anymore were they the primitive and superstitious beings that most orcs were, but rather, they were already civilized and logical in their way of thinking. They were also able to study the arts of ‘magic’ from the humans, and the humans were able to learn primitive but really useful survival knowledge from them in return. And with both sides understanding all the basic concepts of the respective knowledge that they were learning from one another, they had parted ways, with the zenorcs continuing their seemingly endless journey.
After decades of practicing the arts of magic through meditation in between their journeys, the zenorcs were able to master controlling the elements as much as the humans would, though never did they know that their magic far exceeded that of humans in terms of destructive power, which can probably be attributed to the demon blood in their veins. It was during these times that the demon trickery began on the orcish race, fooling almost all the orcs in the world of Rune Midgard. But, thanks to the knowledge that they had gathered throughout the years of venturing, the zenorcs never fell prey for the deceit. But having realized how this would affect their fellow orcs, they ventured immediately to try and find the other orcish tribes.
After several years of venturing, they had found some of the orcish tribes. But it was as they feared… the orcs were fooled into submitting themselves into this ‘deity’ that spoke through them by magical means. Though no matter how hard they tried to convince them that it was all a lie, the orcs were either too stubborn to let go of their belief of these ‘deities’ or too afraid of the ‘deity’s wrath’ to believe them.
Saurfang: The untold legend
Frustrated at seeing their glorious race turn into a weak ‘deity-fearing’ clan that they have become, Saurfang, the leader of the zenorc tribe, decided to make his move; by venturing throughout the world and finding all the orc tribes, he challenged their respective leaders into a fight of their choice for the rule of their corresponding tribes. From arm wrestling, to fist fights, to wrestling, and even to fights to the death, he fought for dominance of all the clans; After every defeated tribe leader, they would all venture forth to the next, until Saurfang had defeated all of the tribe leaders and had the orcs under his rule, winning fair and square in all the challenges that the different tribe leaders had given him for the tribe’s rule.
The first thing that Saurfang did as the orcs’ leader was to get them all to work together as one, since cultural difference between them set them apart from one another, even resulting in useless fights. So what he did was have them all work together in rebuilding a village, where all orcs were to live together as one tribe altogether. The rebuilding took a year, and the village was named “Orcville”, where all orcs resided throughout the years. The zenorcs spent those times trying to trace the dark medium that the demons used to ‘communicate’ with the orcish tribes, and was able to find the source five years later. Saurfang took it to his own hands in dealing with the demons by storming their fortress alone. Using his brute strength combined his powers of elemental manipulation; he was able to purge the demon back to oblivion, earning the orcs the peace that they had longed for all those decades. His battle against the demons lasted for several decades.
He came back to Orcville after the weary battle; a hero and the savior of their race, and a grand Gruggtarr celebration soon followed. After the grand celebration, he continued his journey alone, leaving the orcs in Orcville to enjoy their peace.
Nothing else has been heard of him ever since…
The New Generation: Granrolf’s Life
Centuries have passed since those dark times, and those times went peacefully for the orcs as well. Too peaceful that those histories turned into children stories and the legends became just plain myths. Thus, returning the zenorcs into outcasts amongst their orcish brethren. But aside from that, the orcs led a normal life… for an orc that is.
Orcville prospered throughout the years, growing almost into a city that can rival that of the humans’ Prontera city. A fortress have been constructed, houses here and there, and an enclosed field for their training and food hunting as well that is exclusive for their own use. And like any highly civilized civilization, the orcs had created a hierarchy of their people all based on their physical capabilities of hunting, fighting and survival instincts; these classifications being: High Orcs, or the highest hierarchical ranking in the orc kingdom, next comes the Orc Warriors and Orc Archers, then lastly, the lowest in ranking being the Zenorcs. And the one that rules them all is the Orc Lord, and their military commander being dubbed as the Orc Hero.
While the High Orcs, Orc Warriors and Archers concentrated on physical activities and fighting with brute force, the Zenorcs concentrated more on magic. The Zenorcs thrived in the underground, where their spells can be practiced easily, and would be more beneficial as their magic pave the underground tunnels that they live in. Though there are also zenorcs that experimented on chemicals and substances that they could find from the resources underground, quite similar to what the humans call alchemy. The underground pretty much provided them with almost anything that they needed.
If there was one thing that had remained throughout the years in Orcville, it was the Gruggtarr celebration. It was an annual celebration where all orcs would gather, have fun, and just ignore all hierarchical statuses and differences that they all might have. Even the Orc Lord and Orc Hero would get to have fun with their brethren without any hindrance whatsoever. It was also the only time when the young Orc Lord Throg could interact with the high priestess Greselda of the zenorcs without being ridiculed whatsoever. Needless to say, Throg was ‘interested’ in her, but is being hindered by many things like his duties as Orc Lord and the barrier that separates zenorcs with the rest of the orcs.
Ever since they had met in one of the Gruggtarr celebrations that they had held, Throg had showed interest in the woman, and would even go out of his way to try and secretly meet up with her. Soon enough, they fell in love with each other and would have a child several months after the next Gruggtarr came, which they named Granrolf. But, in fear of ridicule and other complications from the other orcs, the child stayed in the zenorcs’ side, with only the zenorcs knowing who its father was, aside from them.
Granrolf grew up to be a fine orc, a diligent and hard working orc that had interest in magic and alchemy like the typical zenorcs do, but also had the same amount of interest in fighting using brute force much like other orcs would. Being a zenorc, he would often be ostracized by the other orcs of his age, but that didn’t really affect him whatsoever, he understood what it meant to be an outcast and he got used to that kind of treatment easily.
Whenever Granrolf would take a break from magic lessons, he would go out to the surface world to do some exercise and fighting practices, with the Orc Lord sometimes accompanying him during those times, training him when he’s not busy, and even giving him an axe that he could practice with. The other orcs often wonder why the Orc Lord would be interested in training a zenorc, but only attribute it to him being just and equal treatment among all orcs, that and the boy’s enthusiasm and hard working nature, not knowing that Throg was actually the father of the boy.
The years of his childhood went well, that was until the high priestess of the zenorc had seen a dark shadow lurking not too far Orcville; near enough for comfort, though the image is too blurry to see clearly what this threat was. Upon finding about it, she tried to relay it to the Orc Lord, but it was merely disregarded and laughed at by the others, with most of the orcs believing that those demons were only made up stories. The Orc Hero then escorted her away before she could give the Orc Lord more details.
Some of the orcs had started to go on a rampage in the village and had to be restrained and sent to the jail for causing a commotion, days after that. And more went berserk as time passed. The zenorcs had detected the dark presence, and the dark energies that were starting to invade the village, they tried their hardest to resist the influence of the dark force but those that were of lesser magical level were unable to keep resisting and caused them to become insane.
After several weeks, almost the entire village had been affected by the dark energy’s influence; high orcs, warriors and archers have gone berserk, while zenorcs became totally insane. The Orc Lord, sensing the urgency of the situation, and the danger that might befall his family, quickly went underground to where the high priestess was, and commanded the zenorcs to find the source of this evil energy. But despite the efforts of the zenorcs, they weren’t able to find the source, and more and more orcs became corrupted by the evil energy.
One day, the Orc Lord Throg then told the High Priestess Greselda to take their child and flee from Orcville before it was too late. The High Priestess insisted that Throg came with them, but the orc lord refused, telling them that it was his duty to stay with their people until the end. So, with a heavy heart, Gresalda and Granrolf ran away from Orcville. But before they could run far enough, they were chased by rampaging orcs; Greselda fought them back and was able to defeat them, but got hit in the back by an axe while trying to save her son.
Before her death, she told Granrolf to run away as far as possible, told him everything regarding his true identity; being the son of the Orc Lord, and that demons might’ve been the cause of the corruption that plagued their kind once again. After burying her mother’s body, Granrolf looked back at Orcville one last time, vowing to himself and his mother’s grave that he will find a way to uplift the curse that has befallen his kind.
He had ventured on his own after that, with only a few books and a knife with him. He struggled with living in the wilds alone, away from the comfort zone of the home he once knew. He tried to keep up with his magic training, and alchemy, but all he could manage on his own was to change the shapes of the elements and a potion that changes his appearance into something that he had in mind before drinking it.
At nights, he kept reading about the history about Saurfang, and the journey that the ancestors of the zenorcs had traversed across. It kept talking about other beings known as humans, and even had a whole book pertaining to their culture and language, which he luckily had with him as well. But what he found most interesting is the fact that the zenorcs had learned magic from them.
If only he could meet those humans, maybe they could help me free my people. was what he thought. He studied the texts day and night; especially their language, but he wasn’t really sure if he was doing it right. Then one day came, while he was practicing the art of magic in a forest near Geffen, he came across a seemingly old ‘whiteskin’ that was being chased by rampaging orcs. He was going to help him, when he suddenly saw the being shoot fireballs at the orcs, he would’ve been shot by the fireball too, if he hadn’t blurted out the word “Stop” in human language (English).
Surprised by the word that he said, the ‘whiteskin’ didn’t burn him with a fireball, and the fact that the old man saw that he had some books with him quirked his interests. Granrolf tried to explain the situation of his clan to the man, though his human language speaking skills could only clearly tell bits of the whole story. And the old man didn’t really actually understand orc language since he didn’t really get to interact with one that didn’t want to chop his head off. So the old man, who introduced himself as Octavius von Isengrad, stayed with Granrolf for a few days, reading up on the book that Granrolf had. Thankfully enough, it was written in such a way that it could be translated by humans with enough intelligence and patience, which Octavius had. And soon enough, he was able to teach Granrolf with the human language, and soon got the grasp of what the situation of the orcs were.
Sensing no evil energies or intentions on Granrolf’s being, Octavius then decided to train the young orc on how to wield magic and use it to his needs. And after days of hard work and perseverance to learn, Granrolf was able to grasp the magic that Octavius had been teaching him, but Octavius felt that this sort of magic wouldn’t be enough to help the young orc with his problem. He then thought of the idea of having Granrolf study under the tutelage of a sealmaster; judging from the young orc’s talents, and the natural lifespans of orcs being longer than that of normal humans, he would be the perfect successor, as sealing magic required life-force to be effective. And he also thought of the best way to get the young orc into the Geffen Academy after seeing that ‘shapeshifting’ potion that Granrolf had made in one of those days that they spent together.
Soon enough, they went to Geffen, with Granrolf’s shape being transformed to that of a young human male due to the potion’s effects. Octavius had introduced him to his colleagues as Granrolf von Isengrad, his great-great nephew. But, of course, the headmaster of the guild and the deans of the University were informed of the real situation. At first they were against it, but also sensing the same thing that Octavius has seen in the young orc, they had agreed to it. So, Granrolf then took the test to becoming a mage, and was able to pass it thanks to Octavius’ teachings. Upon becoming a mage, he became more obsessed with reading books, and would often read more books that his mentor would prescribe to him. But not once did he interact with his fellow mages, he was considered an outcast… much like those times in Orcville. After 3 years of his stay in the Geffen Academy, he was already able to read almost all the books that their library had to offer.
His magical arts training wasn’t lacking either, he would get good remarks for his trainings, getting deductions in evaluations not because of his magical power, but more because of his accuracy during those times. After 6 years since his stay at the academy, and already at age 19 at that time, he was able to fix that fault and became eligible to ascending to wizard rank. The first test, which was to fight a few monsters were easy for him, but the second one was hard enough. He had to fight his mentor and show him everything that he had learned throughout the years of being in the academy. The battle was so intense that it nearly destroyed the battleground in which the test took place, ending in Granrolf’s defeat.
After recovering from the battle, he was then promoted to wizard’s rank. By then, the mentorship for him was transferred to the sealmaster that went by the name of Gustav Enzio Armate, an old man who also knew of his true identity and his circumstances. The sealmaster taught him everything he needed to know about sealing magics, but it wasn’t an easy task. Every month he would be assigned to read at least ten books regarding the theories involved in sealing magic, and tons of monster lores to come along with it, and every day he would practice to exhaustion just to learn the basic concepts of energy manipulation that was required for the sealing magic. Not to mention the days that he would get backfire damage from failing to do a sealing magic, and getting beaten up by the high leveled monster that he had failed to seal up.
The years that passed trying learn sealing magic went by so slowly for him, but he endured every single second of it. It was for the promise that he had made to himself, and a task that he must do for his people. And, at the age of 25, he was able to master the concepts of sealing magics, all that was left to become the successor was to become a high wizard, and take the oath of a sealmaster.
After obtaining the list of items from his mentor; most of which he had no knowledge of whatsoever, he spent countless days reading countless books and texts, never sleeping or even eating until he had found out all the things that he needed to know. After several days, he came back to his mentor and took on the test. He was able to pass the test, and would’ve been promoted to high wizard right then and there. But there was one more thing that he needed to do; since he was the candidate of becoming a sealmaster, and would attain the title when he reached high wizard status, he also had to seal an MvP class monster to finish his test. The monster assigned to him was Drake, the MvP class monster that spreads terror in the seas of Alberta.
Getting the approval from the guildmaster, and some help from the sailors of Alberta, he set sail to the sunken ship with the sealmaster’s staff. After several days of ship travel, accompanied by some sea sickness for riding a ship for the first time, they were able to reach their destination. The sunken ship was a shipwreck that had been lodged into the side of a small island. The ship was relatively large, and used to belong to a notorious pirate named Dolce. The battle was fierce, but with the help of his battle hardened orc toughness, and his destructive magic, he was able to weaken the Drake, enough for him to seal the soul into the sunken ship. That faithful battle took a whole day. And upon his return to Geffen, with the crystal as proof of his successful sealing, he was promoted to high wizard status, and became the rightful successor of the sealmaster.
The sealmaster, Gustav, then retired a year later, passing his duties as sealmaster and as the Dean of the School of Sealing to Granrolf. Gustav had planned to enjoy the rest of his remaining years in the world, which he did get to do for a few months because months after Granrolf’s promotion to sealmaster, the headmaster died of old age and sickness. And in accordance to the ruling of the University, the three deans would battle it out on who was to become the successor, which, unfortunately for Gustav, Granrolf won fair and square without even the need to use sealing magic for his magic is far more destructive than that of a human’s due to his orcish blood.
Being the headmaster and the sealmaster at the same time would heavily burden a person, even for someone who’s as diligent as Granrolf, so the position for the Dean of the School of Sealing was left vacant. Having no one else qualified for the position, Gustav was reinstated to the position, much to his dismay.
Five years have passed since those days, and Granrolf has led the university with a strict yet reasonable rule. He knows every single mage in his academy, but only a few know of him, especially his true form. His sealmaster duties keep him away from the University from time to time, and he’s busy as hell when he gets back.
But if there’s one thing that he’ll never forget despite all the things that happened, it’s the vow that he would liberate his people, no matter what it takes.
Granrolf's Life so far...
The years spent in the human world was a really busy one. He had to study some lores regarding the different MvP's across the land, study the different seals and sealing methods that had been passed down for generations, he had to renew the seals of the numerous MvP's across the land and had to reseal some that had their seals broken... a notable mention here would be the Drake, which was now sealed back in his sunken ship where he rightfully belongs.
Though there have been many changes in Granrolf, much like the changes in the world of Rune Midgard; while the monsters have calmed down and stopped rampaging across the land, Granrolf has become more... lenient towards his subordinates, and has been changed for the better, if you ask his students. He has become more... fun loving and cheerful.
But this cannot be attributed to any magic whatsoever, it was because of the 'daily visits' of his ancestors in his dreams that he realized how much he has changed, farther away from a peaceful and fun loving orc that he used to be. Though despite these changes, his resolve for liberating his people and his sense of responsibility as both the head of the school of arcana and as the current sealmaster.
The years after that were spent in more research, there was still the liberation of his people to deal with, and more trouble brewing across the land as Satan Morroc's seal is weakening, not to mention the bizaare things that had been happening in the Magic City of Geffen, with students and colleagues alike becoming mroe anemic and coming down with a strange sickness days after the mysterious singing was heard in the Tower.
No rest for the wicked...
> Storm Gust
> Meteor Storm
> Heaven’s Drive
> Amplify Magic Power
> Napalm Vulcan
> Sight Thrasher
> Stone Curse
> Gravitation Field
>> [Sealing Magic] Ethos Stasis
- The first step of the sealing process. This skill gathers the magical energy in the area and compresses it to such a degree that it completely binds the into the monsters bodies within 500 meter radius from the caster. The skill binds low and mid leveled monsters in place, and/or slows down an MvP level monster’s by up to one third of its normal speed.
The spell requires 1 post preparation, and the effects last for 5 posts. This can only be used twice in an RP.
>> [Sealing Magic] Ethos Restrictos
- The second step of the sealing process. This skill reinforces the gathered magical energy from the Ethos Stasis spell with the caster’s own. In doing so, the caster would envelop the area with enough magical energy to restrict the affected monsters’ ability to cast spells and skills. Furthermore, it slows down an MvP level monster’s movement by two thirds (effects from Ethos Stasis included).
The spell requires 2 post preparation time, and the effects last for 4 posts. This can only be used twice in an RP, and can only be used after Ethos Stasis.
>> [Sealing Magic] Liberatus Expulto
- The third and final step of the sealing process. By combining the energies from the previous spells, Ethos Stasis and Ethos Restrictos, and some of the caster’s life energy, this spell would seal a monster into the confined area of the sealing magic. The monsters confined would be bound to move only in the small area, around 200 meter radius from where the caster cast this spell.
A crystal is then used as a catalyst, so as to reflect the condition of the seal created by this spell. These crystals are extremely durable and could resist magic to some extent, but are NOT indestructible, and if ever the crystal is shattered, the seal also shatters as well. One crystal would correspond to one sealed area.
The spell requires 2 post preparation time and the effects last for at least 500 years. This can only be used once in an RP, as using this would cause the caster to become unconscious throughout the rest of the RP. Also, this skill reduces the life expectancy of the caster by at least 1 year.
>> [Sealing Magic]Ethos Renovatio
- A skill that is used to renew a seal previously made in an area by using the caster’s life energy to supplement the weakened energies of the previous seal. The seal to be renewed must be those that are made in the same way as the caster’s seals (in Granrolf’s case, using Ethos Statis, Ethos Restrictos and Liberatus Expulto to create the seal).
This skill requires 3 post preparation time and may only be used once in an RP. And, like Liberatus Expulto, this skill reduces the life expectancy of the caster by at least 1 year.
- Sealing magics require the caster to stay in place during the post preparation times; he may still attack physically, but he must NOT cast any other spell or move out of his place since he started the spell, else the spell would backfire and the energies would cause considerable backfire damage to the caster. For the Ethos Renovatio spell, however, failure to comply with this condition may lead to the breaking of the seal that is supposedly being reinforced.
- These sealing magics can only be used when the caster has the Sealmaster's Staff with him, else these skills are of no use to him.
> Orcish vouchers
> Sealmaster Staff
> Orcish Axe
> He eats the most bizarre of edible things when he’s in orc form.
> Believes that the Energy Coat skill is for sissies.
> Of all the human foods that he ate, he liked burgers the most. With cheese, a LOT better for his preferences.
> Unusually (and unintentionally) gets to think of concepts for theories while in the bathroom. o_O
> Broke and repaired the door of the room he uses in Geffen Tower more than a thousand times since his first stay there.
> Granrolf is referred to people as an 'orc', due to an incident when they went to comodo and he didn't get the 'usual reaction' that men get when you see a hot half-naked woman dance in front of you.
> When some random person asks him "You're not human, are you?", or something similar to that. He'd just reply with something like "I'm an Orc.", which have been a running joke in the university ever since the comodo incident.
This post has been edited by Shara on Aug 29 2010, 11:32 AM