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Flowers - why I think they are relevant to PVP

Discussion in 'UO Oceania' started by kiwi, Aug 7, 2011.

  1. kiwi

    kiwi Guest


    The current status of pvp (according to these forums) is definetly described by a pansy. Yes a pansy.

    Noone really likes pansies.

    And pansies aren't particulary special flowers either.

    Have you ever given pansies to a girl? Or if your a girl, has anyone given you pansies?

    I'm sure someone will say yes. But that is probably because someone is imagining they actually have received flowers.

    Anyway, before you think I'm being rude. I must clarify that I am not a troll.

    The reason is that there are more types of flowers.

    Let me explain.

    Think of a daffodil. It's almost like two flowers.

    Why is this relevant to Oceania?

    Think of OPK. A great guild, but particulary easy to rip into two pieces. Although you could always grab some random thing and replace one piece. They also could be described by a pansy. You could take the middle out of a daffodil and put it in a pansy with a bit of glue. Ah yes.

    A Hybrid Flower

    OPK would be a hybrid flower. Ripped into so many pieces so many times, but always transplanted into the freshest pansy.

    This is how the new population of Oceania should be taught about them, a three word summary, short but of so fitting.

    A Hybrid Pansy
  2. Lindae

    Lindae Guest

    hahaha oh man, i came in here thinking you were an idiot but by the end i was thinking you're some sort of visionary genius.
  3. Isaac OC

    Isaac OC Journeyman
    Stratics Veteran

    Jun 7, 2010
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    mm.. daffodil, how about tulip? :)

    keep it up and join us at BMG or Despise, friend or foe, all welcome.
  4. Adorin

    Adorin Guest

    what is it exactly people do at BMG now? just talking and chatting, everyone using blues?

    please refer to Buster's original post about pansies....