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« on: November 25, 2012, 10:05:18 PM »
Like the other thread, but you'll be actually be mailing people physical gifts. keep it relatively inexpensive (think $20 for the gift itself)

PM me your adress, something you might like, and your username.
I'll use to make it all randomized. GOGOGO!

« on: November 25, 2012, 10:02:06 PM »
Hay guys.
This thread is for people who live outside of America, don't want to give out their adresses, or don't has money.

You could like buy someone a steam game, make them an arrangement, or just paint a card for them.

(Pms shall be sent to me, be sure to differentiate between this thread and the other one.)

« on: November 24, 2012, 06:26:58 AM »
Hey guys
We should all get each other Christmas gifts.

Off-Topic / I love NSM.
« on: November 17, 2012, 10:18:06 PM »
You guys are my favorite people. Whenever I'm feeling sad, you guys always manage to bring a smile to my face. It's awesome being a part of this community. I love how close everyone is. There's no trolling on here, and trolls of the past are forgiven and accepted into the community. I'd choose you over anybody else for my zombie apocalypse team. And you guys all love Nintendo, which is pretty cool as well.

... I was feeling sentimental, ok?

But yeah.

Story Telling / Professor Kman and the Curious Sheet Archive - Story Thread
« on: November 14, 2012, 10:28:21 PM »
Chapter 1:
     A strangely shaped red car drove down a quiet road in the rural part of England.
     “I don’t understand, Professor, why are we going to help solve an inheritance dispute?” asked a young boy in the car.

     “You see, shadowkirby, this is no ordinary inheritance dispute. I suppose I should explain,” replied a tall blonde man in a top hat, “Quite recently, Baron F.S.M. passed away. When his will was read, however, everyone was astounded. The will stated: ‘I, Baron F.S.M, leave my entire estate to the person who can find the Golden Eighth Note.’ Needless to say people were confused, and an entire search of the village turned up nothing.”

     “Wow, that sounds exciting! That must be your famous intuition acting up again, eh, Professor?” shadowkirby exclaimed.
     “My famous-? Oh, no, the baron was an old friend of mine, and I had been invited to the reading of the will, however, due to teaching my music class, I could not attend. And besides, the letter I was sent piqued my curiosity. Would you care to take a look?”
     “Sure thing, Professor!” shadowkirby took the letter from Professor Kman and opened it. “It’s a map! But, there are no directions!”

     “Take a look at this piece of paper, shadowkirby.” The Professor handed shadowkirby another letter.
     “What’s this? It looks almost like… a puzzle!” Shadowkirby quickly read through the puzzle, which involved a village that was on a road different from other roads. “I believe it is… this one, Professor!” shadowkirby pointed to a village on the map.

     “That is correct, my boy.”

     “So that’s what intrigued you, eh?” shadowkirby knew as well as everyone else how much the Professor loved to solve puzzles.

     “Indeed it was. It is rumoured that everyone in the entire village knows at least one unique puzzle!” The Professor seemed to be filled with glee at the prospect.


     After what seemed like an eternity to shadowkirby, the Kmobile (his name for the Professor’s odd red car) finally pulled up to a village gate.

      “Password, pleeeaaaasseeee.” A slow, droning voice called out.

      “Pardon me, sir, but we’re to help with the inheritance dispute. My name is Professor Norschel Kman,” the Professor replied, sticking his head out the Kmobile’s window.

      “That’s exactly why we need a password,” the voice replied, “The village of Ennessemm has been overrun by treasure seekers, looking for the Golden Eighth Note. However, I’ve been having a bit of trouble with this puzzle. Maybe, just maybe, if you can solve it, I’ll let you in.”

      “What puzzle would that be sir?” asked the Professor.

      “I have three gears here. Can you place them in this machine to get it to run correctly?”
The Professor took a look at the machine and said, “I believe I can. Shadowkirby, would you run over here and give me a hand?”

      “Of course, Professor!”

      “Excellent. Now, take this gear, and place it in the bottommost slot. I’ll take care of the other small gear, and put it in the top slot. Then, you can help me put the larger gear in the middle.”  The two puzzle solvers placed the smaller gears in the top and bottom, and put the largest gear in the middle together.

     “What! You’ve gotten it to work!” The slow droning voice had turned into a slow, excited voice. “So, um, I actually didn’t require a password, it’s just that the gate was broken and we couldn’t open it. Just give me a second…” The gate slowly began to open. A tall, skinny man with piercing blue eyes stepped out. “Thank you very much, Mr. Kman. My name is Stachenslow, and if you ever need any help with your investigation, just come to me!” Stachenslow shook the Professor’s hand rather vigorously.

     “Of course. Is it not the duty of every true gentleman to help those who need it?”

     “Indeed it is, my good man. Now, you’ll be needing lodgings during your stay in Ennessemm. Our best hotel is right there. The price to stay is remarkable, as well. You only to solve one puzzle a night!” Stachenslow pointed to a 3-story building.

     “Wow, a puzzle a night!” repeated shadowkirby. “Let’s go there first, Professor!”
The Professor and shadowkirby entered the hotel. “Hello, young chaps! A young boy dressed as an older man greeted them. My name is Wario Pianissimo. I’m in charge of this hotel, and have been all 70 years of my life!”

     “Professor, isn’t he just a kid?” whispered shadowkirby.

     “Just a kid? Oh, no, no, no. I have grandkids, though! Now, are you interested in a room tonight?”

     “Yes we are, Mr. Pianissimo. I have heard that the fee for one night is one puzzle, is it not?” inquired the Professor.

     “Oh, yes, it is. Now let me just find a suitable one… say, how about this one about my grandkids?”

     “That sounds delightful,” answered the Professor.

     “Alright, so, Jimmy was having a conversation with Mary. He said to her, ’Say, Mary, if you take my age next year and multiply it by two, I’ll be three times your age!’ Mary replied, ‘That’s right! And, if you take my age right now and multiply it by two, I’ll be your age next year!’ How old are Mary and Jimmy right now?”

     “Let me try this one, Professor!” yelled shadowkirby.

     “Alright, just try not to be so loud.”

     Shadowkirby took a notebook and began writing down calculations. After a few minutes, he exclaimed, “Here’s my answer! Jimmy is five, and Mary is 3!”
     “Very good, my boy! Now, as for your rooms. I’m going to give you rooms 1 and 2 on the third floor. Does that sound acceptable to you?”

     “That sounds very good. We’re going to stop by the F.S.M. manor, and then we shall return here,” the Professor explained.

     “I await your return, good sirs!” Wario Pianissimo waved goodbye to Kman and shadowkirby, and went back to his office.


Also, Picarats:

BlackDragonSlayer: 10

Site News / Weekly Updates- November 11th - 17th
« on: November 12, 2012, 05:37:22 AM »
Welcome to the first full week of daily updates!
At the end of each week, you will see an update with at least seven sheets!

Apologies regarding the confusion of whether we are uploading sheets daily or not. While the updaters may be putting up at least one sheet a day, you won't see it posted on this page until the week is over.

If you have any question, private message a moderator!

Sunday: [N64] Paper Mario - "Freeze!" - spitllama
Monday: [PS1] Final Fantasy VIII - "The Loser (Game Over)" - SocialFox

Submission Archive / Submissions for next week's Daily Updates; Nov 18-24
« on: November 12, 2012, 02:59:29 AM »
Same rules apply as in Olimar's update thread.
(ZIP files, Dropbox, only one post, and look over your sheets yourselves.)
Also, only submit one sheet.
Okay, thanks.


Site News / Daily Updates!
« on: November 09, 2012, 11:39:25 PM »
This is going to be a triumph. You'll be making a note here, HUGE SUCESS. It'll be hard to overstate your satisfaction.
Here's what I had in mind for NSM if I ever got to become an updater (and here I am!): Daily Updates.
Now before you start asking questions, let me explain what I mean by a daily update and what it entails.
Every day (twice on Saturday, except for tomorrow as I won't be here), I will upload a new sheet. I chose this one out of someone's submissions threads today, but the rest will be handled like a normal, large, update. My reasoning behind choosing to do daily updates is simple: Updating like 40 sheets (or however many) at once would be a very tedious process, while doing 1 sheet a day would take a lot of stress out of the job. I won't be making a blog post every day, however, but, I WILL make one every Saturday showing which new sheets have been added.
And without further ado, today's new sheet!

[NDS] Professor Layton and the Unwound Future - "A Quiet Town" - Jordan Knapp

Submission Archive / Submissions for daily updates: Nov. 11-18 2012
« on: November 09, 2012, 10:44:12 PM »
Alright guys, here we go. The first step in my plan for world domination making NSM even cooler:
Daily Updates!
Thats right, ladies and gentleman, I'm going to update NSM every day! (providing I have acess to a computer, but that shouldn't be an issue very often.)
So here we GOGOGO!
The first 7 sheets to be accepted will be included in the daily updates for next week!
For those of you who are curious, we will still be doing big updates, probably once a month.
So, without further ado...

Sunday: Spitllama's "Freeze!" - on site
Monday: SocialFox's "The Loser"
Tuesday: Zunawe's "Middle Boss Battle"
Wednesday: Shadoninja's "Spook Mansion"
Thursday: Bloop's Lord "Ghirahim"
Friday: MoboMoga's "Join Avenue - Greetings!"
Saturday: mariolegofan's "Walking on the Clouds" and Bubbles7689's "A Wish for Peace/The End of the Battle"

Story Telling / Eric and Kelsey's Adventures in Alyos!
« on: November 07, 2012, 10:48:27 PM »
I now present a spin off of a spin off...
Eric and Kelsey's Adventures in Alyos!

Prologue (and bacon)
It was a late night.  I twirled in my swivel chair at the desk, messaging my friend Kelsey, otherwise known as Kman96.
“Dude, are you ready for this?” I asked.
Rather quickly, he responded, “Of course! I’ve already tweeted about it, AND posted it on NSM! Everyone’s excited to hear how it goes!”

Me: “Aw, I wanted to be the one to post it on NSM… :(

Kelsey: “Haha ;)

Me: “Hey, it’s getting pretty late, so we should get to bed. We’ve got a big day ahead of us.”

“A big day indeed,” he replied. “Night, buddy. See you at the airport.”
I logged out of Facebook, when my mom entered my room.
"Eric, something related to your father's job has come up in Edding. We're going to leave for the airport soon," she informed me.
"But mom, what about taking me to the airport so Kelsey and I can fly down to Grisleville?!" I was slightly annoyed.
"Don't worry, I've called Kelsey's mother. We're driving you to his house before we go to the airport. You're going to spend the night there, and his family will drive the two of you to the airport. Now go get your bags and your Pokemon ready!"

Shortly after that, we arrived at Kelsey's house. I thanked his mother, and crashed on their couch like I normally do.

I woke up in the morning to the smell of the most amazing meat known to man- fresh bacon! I shrugged off my blanket and walked over to the kitchen. Kelsey's mom offered me some bacon, which I promptly accepted. I sat down and began to eat it, when...   

“Get that out of your mouth!” Kelsey cried.

I dropped my bacon, and gaped at his rudeness.

“That oughta teach you,” he sneered, sarcastically.
His mother gaped at his sudden action. “I made more, you know!”

I left Kelsey to my old plate of bacon, and got some more for myself.
“Anyways, what are you doing here? I thought we were rendezvousing at the airport?” Kelsey inquired.

I was unable to answer, due to my mouthful of bacon, but luckily I didn't have to.
“Eric’s parents couldn’t make the trip to the airport because something had come up over in Edding.  So they dropped him off here before you woke up!” Kelsey's mom explained.  “Now hurry up, you two! We don’t want to be late for your flight down to Grisleville- Professor Wages is just dying to meet you!”
Kelsey ran up the stairs, presumably to get his gear.   
I waited at the bottom for him, when I heard him ask, “What Pokémon are you bringing along?”
“Haha, that’s a surprise!” I said rather suspiciously.

During the car ride to the Boreal City Airport, I looked through my journal I kept while we were in Terrari, and I was glad to be home with my Pokemon safe and sound. (I did get a chuckle from looking at our FoG motto, though.)

When we arrived at the airport, I noticed a bunch of people I knew waiting to send us off. There was Nick and other Nick, Chris, and... was that Morgan? There were a couple other people I didn't know too, probably there for Kelsey. Then Tom walked up.
“Hey you two,” Thomas said quietly. “You two are incredible. Don’t ever forget that.  What happened in the past at Terrari doesn’t matter, because it’s over and done with.  You made it back to us, and now that we have you back, we’re looking after you.  Kick ass, and take no prisoners.  Oh, and definitely send some money home to your mothers. It definitely helps, trust me.”

I thanked him for his advice and kind words, and began saying my goodbyes. Soon, though, we had to leave. I double checked my gear quickly, while Kelsey did the same.   
I had my mobile phone, my town map, both journals (the one from Terrari and a brand new one I had bought the other day), clothes, a tent (and other camping supplies!), and a few other odds and ends.

I got through security and was getting ready to get on the plane, when I got a text message. I didn't show it to Kelsey, and when he asked what I was doing, I told him I was shutting my phone off. We both got on the airplane, buckled our seatbelts, and I knew we were both thinking the same thing:
This would be the greatest adventure of our lives...

...and we were ready.

Request / [NDS/3DS] Professor Layton series - Multiple songs
« on: November 06, 2012, 11:45:34 PM »
"About Town" - Completed by Bubbles
"Puzzles" - Completed by Bloop
"Descole's Theme" - Completed by SlowPokemon

I cannot provide youtube links atm as I am at school, but I'll update this post once I get home.

Professor Layton and the Curious Village:
About Town

Professor Layton and the Unwound Future:
London 3
Searching for Clues
Time Travel (Instrumental)
Puzzles 3

Professor Layton and the Last Specter:
Puzzles 5
Descole's Theme

Professor Layton and the Miracle Mask:
Puzzles Abound
Targent's theme

(There were a couple more from MM that I wanted. I'll edit them in later.)

If anyone does these, they'll be my best NSM friend.


Music / Shadowkirby reviews soundtracks! (Totes not stole from slow)
« on: September 08, 2012, 08:51:30 PM »
Welcome to this amazing thread of amazingness!
My first soundtrack up for review will be....
By Murray Gold

God, I love this soundtrack. It's probably the best soundtrack Doctor Who has ever produced. Ever. And, it goes along with the best season. Ever.

Track listing time!

Disc 1:
1. Doctor Who XI
The opening theme for the show. Not my favorite version of it, as it's a bit too electronic, but it's still excellent.
And epic. I've listened to this one so many times.
2. Down to Earth
The opening theme to "The Eleventh Hour".
Rather quick paced, but still exciting.
I've made an arrangement of this one, if anyone's interested.
3. Little Amy
One of the new companion's themes. It's slightly haunting.
I really like this one too. It also includes the motif for the Time cracks.
4. Fish Custard
Starts out slow, but increases tempo as it goes on. From the rather humourous scene where the Doctor is trying new foods.
5. Can I come with you?
A slightly sadder version of Little Amy.
6. Little Amy: The Apple
god this song plays so many times in the first episode. Probably the best version on the CD.
7. The Sun's Gone Wibbly
Hurrah! The first version of I am the Doctor! (track 9)
8. Zero
The full version of this track never plays in the episode, which is a shame, as it's a very good song.
9. I am the Doctor
Here we are, the most brilliant track on the entire disc. I started arranging in the hope of eventually arranging this song. I am the Doctor is the main action theme for series 5, and it's quite fitting. Like "Little Amy", this song is heard in serveral other songs on the soundtrack.
10. The Mad Man With a Box
11. Amy in the TARDIS
Starts out as "Little Amy", transitions into the crack motif, then I am the Doctor plays. In a rather epic arrangement.
12. The Beast Below
13. Amy's Theme
The secondary theme for Amelia Pond. Also the best piece to come out of episode 2.
14. A Lonely Decision
15. A Tyrannical Menace
16. Victory of the Daleks
From Victory of the Daleks. I wonder how I figured that out. Plays when the new Dalek paradigm (Power Rangers?) appears.
17. Battle in the Sky
18. River's Path
From the beginning of "The Time of Angels"
And yay the return of River Song.
19. The Time of Angels
When Amy is in the room with the recording. Pretty Creepy.
20. I Offer You My Daughter
21. Chicken Casanova
Has I am the Doctor at the end.
22. Signora Rosanna Calverri
23. Cab for Amy Pond
24. Vampires of Venice
25. Wedded Bliss
26. This is the Dream
Very creepy theme, for a very creepy episode.
27. Rio de Cwmtaff
28. The Silurians

Disc 2 coming soon!

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