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Not a skill, but it may well be relevant to people who haven't toyed around with the emotionlist lately:
1st Person: A powerful gust of air fills your lungs and your trunk swells to compensate. A
resonant humming, on pitch with the vibrations of the forest, releases through
your mouth in a slow, deep, 'hoom.'
3rd Person: Ragniliff's trunk swells in size as a gust of air rushes into her mouth.
Slowly, the air around her begins to shudder with a rumbling vibration that
crescendos into a low, deep 'hoom.'
1st Person: You fix Iosai with an introspective gaze and dig your roots into the ground. A
rush of air fills your trunk as you consider Iosai further, and with a deep
rumbling, the captured air escapes as a deep, low 'hoom'.
2nd Person: Ragniliff's roots dig into the ground and her eyes narrow introspectively,
motes of white light flashing to life in her canopy. As she gazes at you, her
trunk swells with air and then transforms, releasing as a low, deep 'hoom' to
conclude her momentary contemplation.
3rd Person: Ragniliff's roots dig into the ground and her eyes narrow introspectively,
motes of white light flashing to life in her canopy. As she gazes at Iosai,
her trunk swells with air and then transforms, releasing as a low, deep 'hoom'
to conclude her momentary contemplation.
Pose: Ragniliff is here, a deep, low vibration emanating from her trunk.
Targeted Pose: Motes of light blink to life in Ragniliff's canopy as she stares
contemplatively at Iosai.
edited January 2013
By the way, those complaining that they've never heard of lead trees, there's a local tree here on the east coast of South Africa called the Leadwood. We used to make our railway sleepers out of it because it's so hard termites avoid it. But it's used rarely nowadays, cause it's too hard to work with easily (though, there's something to be said for having furniture your dogs can't chew on). In fact, it's so hard that the trees tend to remain standing in place years after they die.
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