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  • indie blog for the founder of the lunanoff family - primarily set in silver age/first age
  • fifteen years roleplay experience
  • four years on tumblr
  • sideblog–cannot send asks
  • open to nsfw && sfw [muse and mun are of age–read rules]
  • matches post length of partner
  • has ocs ready for adoption [¼ guardian beasts taken]
WAYS TO INTERACT WITH THE MAN IN THE MOON

THAT DON’T DIRECTLY INVOLVE BEING ON HIS SHIP

MiM has some fans and it seems love for him is growing [be that due to the books or the many blogs popping up].  Here is a fun and easy list of ways for your Earthbound character to interact with him that don’t involve spontaneously appearing on a space ship hundreds of thousands of miles away from Earth.

  1. Be Patient.  The Man in the Moon might come down to Earth on an expedition or for fun.  You’ll have a great chance then.
  2. Get Creative.  The Man in the Moon listens to his balloons which are linked with children all over the Earth.  If you really need to talk to him, just focus on those thoughts.  Sending a message via balloon would help too.
  3. If you want to ask him a question, ask it!  A lot of MiM roleplay blogs also serve as ask blogs.  Muses will answer questions out of their current setting.  So all you have to do is ask something.
  4. Talk to a Guardian.  MiM is the head of the Guardians.  Maybe talking to one will yield some results.
  5. Even just watching them might be good.  An opportunity could spring up any time, via M!A.  [Hell, you can even send a Magic Anon to turn ‘em human sometimes!]

But please please please please stop showing up on the Clipper out of nowhere.  In all honesty there is just nothing to go on when you do that.  We MiM muns are just as human as you are and one-sentence intros sent via askbox, featuring your muse just randomly appearing on a secure vessel are horribly difficult to write off of.

Please be creative.

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And some weapons. The sword Lord Tarr gave to Pitch is pretty much Anduril (Aragorn’s sword from Lord of the Rings, first picture and SO PRETTY). The others are all just inspiration for nothing in particular.

coloneldahana asked:

His focus and once he actually spoke inspired a more, living, response if anything, the creature's head tilting to the opposite side from before. The sun's hues through the leaves dappled her coat, making it almost transparent in spots, perhaps maybe just to the kids so they couldn't see her. Eventually she made a humming noise, almost pleasant and canted her toward the man with a bit of an echoing, quiet tone. "Afternoon."

Oh! So they could communicate. How interesting. Manny watched her carefully, studying her lovely coat and her curious looking face. Was this a dragon… or some type of mythical bird?  The Tsar was looking forward in finding out.  

“I am Tsar Lunar Lunanoff… But please–do call me Manny. What shall I call you, my dear?”

coloneldahana asked:

Send me a ☯ for one good and one bad headcanon for my muse.

GOOD:

  Despite how much of an asshole Kozmotis can be, he does possess a romantic streak in him. It’s what won his wife over with joyful dancing, love letters, small gifts, and meaningful notes left for her throughout their home. He hasn’t done this since then because he hasn’t found someone to share that with.

BAD:

      Kozmotis has PTSD like symptoms and refuses to seek help for it. Whenever someone makes sudden movements towards him, he jerks and retaliates with a swift punch — usually to the face. Tsar Lunanoff has done this to him once and received a broken nose in the process. That’s when he was ordered to see a head doctor to fix this issue, much to the General’s chagrin. Of course, Kozmotis was difficult about this and refuses to speak, staring blankly at the head doctor. He doesn’t need help.

anonymous asked:

Sophia why are you so tough on Hannah!

“She’s going to inherit a throne which spans over several galaxies yet she’s not of the Lunanoff bloodline.”

“I need to make sure she will be ready, she needs to perfect it before she inherits the title.”