Yes I've spotted it, but I've also been busy with homework and other roleplays. You may have noticed the redone Halo: Greatest Journey thread, which might be a science fiction RP just up your alley, with exploration and discovery as a focus.
That tends to happen with roleplays. People change their mind or don't like what they see after the sign-ups are made.
I'll likely be making my character a Sylph. You said, in the descriptions page, that they live in vast floating cities. How are these operated? Specifically, is it possible that my character could be a maintenance worker on whatever system keeps the cities afloat?
I could, however, a group of individuals, the most important and capable and needed, who move about with the flotilla/clan, but when they need to change their travel methods (take to the ocean/air or change continents) they move to another clan. So instead of a single one moving all over the place there are main ones for each continent, one for the ocean/s and few small ones for the sky, and the individuals move between them. The individuals would be like the leaders or scientists or highly-skilled other sorts of people.
Kick it off as is, and I'll keep working on something.
Airships, ships, travelling cars. Anything really, and I'm guessing when the group decides to change the sort of land they're travelling over the magically adept change all the vehicles to a more suitable type.
I'm sorry, I'm already at my limit. I would if I could but I can't so I won't. HOWEVER, two of my RP's, Primitive and TT:NaW, are almost done. and the OOC for Snowbound isn't doing too hot, so I might join in due time.
It's aight, but I came up with an idea between when I logged off and when I went to bed. My character's tribe/clan came across something that would later be dubbed 'Silverlake', and upon drinking it, the members found themselves living longer, being healthier, and now able to command their bodies to alter themselves at will, rather than needing something to build off. On top of this, it allowed them to learn to use magic easier. Perhaps Silverlake is a massive pool of nanites, having gathered in one spot on the glove after decades of movement? It doesn't need to be a further-developed plot point, I just want some explanation as to why my character could so easily comprehend magic and alter his body without it's use.