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Hey guys. I have a super casual event going on in Port Kyros, and you're all invited! Mid-tier shenanigans are bound to happen one way or another (because that's just the natural course of events), but it's meant to be relaxing and sort of a departure from rigorous character development and questing and to have fun. If you're not sure what to do, you can take advantage of various hot spots here and here to explore. If it gets too crowded and people wanna split off and do their own thing in the same setting, just lemme know so I can keep track. Don't hesitate to ask questions. See ya there!
So per the desire of @Csl I have created a topic that I'm now doing my utmost to share around. A joint New Year's/Valentine's celebration in the form of Taen's newly minted yet ancient tradition, Wosatnos! Bring your hopes, your dreams, your crushes and your lovers - though ideally not both at the same time - and wish all well for the year ahead
Have I got the roleplay for you! So, as an over-arching plot, I've had these body snatching aliens cooking in Terrenus for a while. I'm happy to go into the details of what they've gotten up to in the last few years, and how much of a threat a recent symposium has classified them as, but that's peripheral to what's going on here And what's going on here is that they're branching out. I'm too busy to individually follow these things through but that's the whole point of collaboration right?! It doesn't have to be just me!? So there's two things: 1. Grow an already established presence in Norkotia. This is a slow burn. The thread that comes out of this should be another step, another brick, and not a sudden eruption of ALIENS. Since snatched citizens are already seeded its about establishing and growing a political presence. You can think of this as playing a character with a dark secret, as opposed to a scifi alien plot. This shouldn't be a solo thread although only one of the players needs to be a snatched citizen 2. Establish a presence in another location - specifically Veluriyam empire (wherever their seat is which I believe is Taen), Hyperion, or Predator's Keep. This should be as close to a citizen or vassal or lord as the structure allows; we want to belong to their charter or institution whatever the case may be. There's oodles more locations to pick from but those are the three I want to focus on now. This can be a solo thread (such as the one I did for Norkotia) or a collective effort. Anyone interested? Note for emphasis - I won't be able to join personally but will organize and guide efforts
It's kind of the hottest new thing right now: https://www.valucre.com/topic/40618-victory-asi/ An advanced super-intelligence, independent fractions of which are being loaned out in tightly regulated markets for experimental purposes Where we take the cutting edge and make it bleeding edge is as follows - some modules are being loaded into organic matrices (blank bodies) and then released into the world to develop their own reality maps / worldviews / personalities and values. So I'm looking for a slew of people, not to roleplay with one another, but to play a different "Tori" module released somewhere in Terrenus and left to grow/develop There's a lot of potential for different kind of stories here. Most of them would know what they are and what their purpose is, but maybe some of them wouldn't? Maybe some of them have total or partial amnesia? Maybe some of them disagree with the objective or the purpose of their design? Maybe some are fierce, fanatical loyalists and others are resentful contrarians? Your body is just a regular Terran human with a basic OS, which means they can do the things that an adult is expected to be able to do; read, cook, clean, fight (but not expertly), so on: https://www.valucre.com/lore.html/bestiary/terran-human-r626/ I'm also thinking of maintaining a general ledger of their insights / revelations from each thread-event in their lifetimes to represent the total body of knowledge to which the modules are exposed Cool or just weird?