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The Best Flag RSP Ever
comment 11 Written by on January 28, 2009 – 9:38 am

Yesterday’s post has the list of words you need – here’s the rest of the game. Fill in the blanks with yesterday’s answers… (feel free to change the verbs to agree, though most should be present tense! Also – I may have goofed on #8, which looking at it now, should be an adjective.Β  Oops!)

(1) (2-3) (Or 3-2)

At first glance this woman appears to be (4), but her (5) (6 or 7) suggest perhaps that she is older. Her movements are (8), especially her stride. With every step her (9) (10), drawing attention to the (11) made of the finest (12). You also notice the mechanical (13) clinking behind her, made of (14) metal. Around her left wrist is a (15) (16) bracelet, and she seems to eye it (17).

Her eyes are (18) and (19) like (20) – you can tell right away that she is (21) and (22). She has a (23) (24) scar on her (25) that looks like she was once held captive by a (26). Her unrestrained hair is (27) as a (28).

She is wearing (29) (30) that are very (31), that (32) her (33) nicely. When you see her, she’s either (34) (35) or (36) (37), but she never takes her eyes off the (38) (39) that she uses as a weapon.

Upon closer inspection, however, you feel that something about her is not quite right – maybe she’s part (40)?

(And no, this is not a real FlagRSP; it’s just… inspired by some that I’ve seen. Bonus points if you actually create the character…)

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11 Responses to “The Best Flag RSP Ever”

  1. “She is wearing loud thongs that are very lacking, that hurts her butt nicely.”

    oh dear.

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  2. @krizzlybear:


    By Anna on Jan 28, 2009 | Reply
  3. Fun stuff!

    Her eyes are fishbelly white and fuzzy like a codpiece – you can tell right away that she is sorrowful and tormented.

    I would be sorrowful too if my eyes were fuzzy and fishbelly white…. sounds painful.

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  4. I thought I was being risque’ with my “Stormy Peaks” thing but clearly mine was tame, judging by Krizzly and Stompalina’s!

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  5. Ow.

    Even knowing this is a joke, I think you hit every bad habit of FlagRSP descriptions in the book here, Anna.

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  6. @Sean Riley:

    I did leave one out…

    The one where you get the character’s entire life story in their RSP. Oh, that and the ones with the parenthesis introduction that says ((Catgirls are supported by the lore, leave me the f&ck alone)).

    By Anna on Jan 28, 2009 | Reply
  7. I need someone’s random list of words! I will totally make this Tinkiwinki’s (my gnome deathknight) description XD

    By parsi on Jan 28, 2009 | Reply
  8. @parsi:

    Lili’s from yesterday looked particularly good – there are several posted as comments on the last post, let me know and I can email the authors and get permission πŸ™‚

    By Anna on Jan 28, 2009 | Reply
  9. Very entertaining. I wish I had created a list of words yesterday when I read your post, but didn’t have a chance to. Now it just seems like cheating if I try to go back after reading the finished product. πŸ˜›

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  10. When you see her, she’s either penetrating vigorously or annihilating permanently, but she never takes her eyes off the hairy galliform that she uses as a weapon.

    ….. this just scared me when mine came out hehe.

    Bos last blog post..Victory! – I love the smell of burning Dragonkin in the morning

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