A Thread Of Kind Words

(Shintoko Akahoshi) #310

You did an admirable job confusing me. Carnivorous plant?

(Veikitamo Gesakaarin) #311

Oh my apologies, much of the Omerta active period had been assigned to a memory data vault.

A compliment more apt: Talented with a Vagabond.

(Shintoko Akahoshi) #312

That means a lot, coming from a combat powerhouse like you.

(Valerie Valate) #313

I like your hair style.

(Melisma Ramijozana) #314

I like your tenacity.

It isn’t always well-placed, but such as it is.

(Makoto Priano) #315

You’re spirited, I’ll give you that.

(Veikitamo Gesakaarin) #316


(Kalaratiri) #317

You have a clarity of self that few capsuleers can match.

(Valerie Valate) #318

One of the relatively few Sebiestors who seem to have a decent grip on their sanity in recent times.

(Louella Dougans) #319

The Museum of Taxidermied Heretics says the corpses of you that I gave them are their most popular exhibit.

(Templar Thal Vadam) #320

In every conversation we have had you’ve been very too the point, I can appreciate that.

(Utari Onzo) #321

You are the finest example of camaraderie and brotherhood I have the good fortune to know.

(Aradina Varren) #322

Your name is fun to pronounce, and you have a nice beard.

(Kalaratiri) #323

You’re cute and I like your face

(Templar Thal Vadam) #324

You’ve got very nice tattoos

(Shintoko Akahoshi) #325

You have amazing hair. Flowing, dark, dramatic locks. Wonderful!

(Arsia Elkin) #326

You’ve found a cause you believe in and you’re following it for reasons other than personal gain. It’s admirable.

(MantelGlobalIndustries) #327

You’re a highly skilled pilot with all sub-capital vessels of Imperial design, and a first-rate one to fly alongside when I have the opportunity to do so, Captain Elkin.

(Melisma Ramijozana) #328

You’ve always struck me as highly knowledgeable.

(Aria Jenneth) #329

You … haven’t always struck me as thoughtful and open-minded.

Only, when it came time to actually show what you thought-- to be thoughtful and open to ideas, or not … you were, when others who had played the same song right alongside you weren’t.

It’s encouraging, to be wrong in such a way.