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Persistant In-Chat World RP!

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Persistant In-Chat World RP!

Tips: 0.00 INK Postby Zhelir Darkfall on Tue Aug 08, 2006 12:50 am

Alright, so I've had this rough sketch of an idea.

A planet, in short, in the chat. Made by the players over, say, a 30-day period. During that period, areas are submitted and approved and such, and within these various areas exist clans. Clans own (or try to own) various areas, won over by combat.

To cross the barrier of timeframes, mayhap certain areas have some sort of magical (or something better) shielding inhibiting the use of certain technologies, limiting areas to modern or medieval techs, and unshielded areas being allowed a full range of technology.

This is, as I said, just a sketch of an idea. Discussion is thuroughly encouraged, I'd like to see this sucker succeed.
STAVE: Commala-come-ki,
There's a time to live and one to die.
With your back against the final wall
Ya gotta let the bullets fly.

RESPONSE: Commala-come-ki!
Let the bullets fly!
Don't 'ee mourn for me, my lads
When it comes my day to die.

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