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Lancer (Fate/Prototype) ([personal profile] puppy_lancer) wrote2012-09-01 09:19 pm
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Animus permissions

CHARACTER NAME: Lancer/Cu Chulainn


1). Backtagging: Yes.
2). Threadhopping: Get permission from the other guy if you want to jack my threads. I'll try to ask you for permission if I jack any of your stuff.
3). Fourthwalling: Go ahead
4). Canon puncture: Sure
5). Offensive subjects (elaborate): I'm okay with just about anything. If you feel offended by stuff I'm bringing up, tell me. Try not to do anything that might count as harrassment, and we'd be set. If you want to play out a potentially traumatizing scenario in-game, let's make sure it makes sense in context and the characters react in-character.


1). Hugging this character: Sure, try it. Depending on who you are, he could punch you or hug back.
2). Kissing this character: Go ahead. He'd enjoy it if you were a girl, but maybe react negatively if you're a guy.
3). Flirting with this character: Sure. He'll enjoy a cute girl's affections.
4). Fighting with this character: Go ahead! Lancer loves a good fight.
5). Injuring this character (include limits and severity): Yeah, sure. You can injure him if you have the power to do it.
6). Killing this character: Sure. If you have the power to do it.
7). Using telepathy/mind reading abilities on this character: Sure, but he'd probably get mad if he finds out.

[Powers and such]

Some things you can give permissions for or opt out of.

1. Lancer is quite the casanova. It's likely he'll try to flirt with your character if they're of age and have the right figure. He'll also try to either bed or make out with them.

2. Lancer has his Gae Bolg, a cursed spear that can invert causality to pierce a target's heart. If he activates it against you, you're probably gonna end up dead, unless you have no heart or didn't need that heart. Therefore, comment here to give or deny him permission to use that on your character in a fight.

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