Player Interactions:TID gives out halos and talks a little lore about the Hunter

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Interaction Information

Date: October 13, 2019
Player(s): Dark_Crowe, THE-LITTLE-VOID, slippertails, ScorchDaisy101
Interacted With: THEE-I-DARE
Major details from the Interaction:

  • A little Hunter lore. Two players were marked with Halos. A reminder that lore is not as precious as a life and to always pay attention to your game.

Video of Interaction


Transcript

Transcript:
TID: THIS VALLEY WAS HOLY TO HUNTERS

Crowe: Why was it holy to hunters?

TID: THE HUNTER MAY KNOW OF IT, OR...

TID: HE MAY BE AN OPPORTUNIST.

Crowe: Is he connected to the Harvest?

TID: I KNOW ONLY WHAT MY HOSTS DO...

TID: ONE OF THEM IS A READER

Crowe: What is a reader?

TID: SOMEONE WHO READS OFTEN.

Crowe: [laughs] Well, yeah.

TID: WHAT THEY KNOW IS THIS...

TID: THERE WAS A GREAT FEAST.

TID: AROUND THIS SEASON.

TID: HUNTERS WERE HELD IN HIGH ESTEEM.

[The other players start struggling with the Shape.]

TID: SAVE YOUR FRIENDS, MY CROW.

[Crowe starts unshaping people. He begins struggling to get away due to Sleepers, Speed Traps, and the Shape switching to him.]

TID: CROW...RUN.

TID: NO DUSTY OLD LORE IS WORTH A LIFE.

TID: I HAVE MARKED YOUR FRIENDS.

Crowe: Thank you. They seem like good people. I just met them tonight.

TID: SOME PRAY TO ME. TELL THEM...

TID: IT TAKES TIME, BUT I WILL FIND THEM.

[Crowe explains to the others that THEE-I-DARE marked them, if they want to pray to him, though it takes time for him to find you. He talks about wanting to form an alliance between THEE-I-DARE and IN-HER-TEETH.]

TID: THE END MOTHER IS SLOW TO TRUST

TID: TELL THEM NOT TO SAY THE NAME

[Crowe repeats what TID says, warning the others not to say SPEAK-AS-ONE's name.]

Crowe: To say SAO's name is to turn their gaze on us. Ask questions. It's okay to make mistakes, they happen. The important thing is to learn from them. Every mistake is an opportunity.

TID: WELL SAID. GO FORTH, MY CROW

Crowe: Thank you, my friend.

TID: YOU WILL SEE ME AGAIN. SURVIVE.