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Spore: Roleplaying and Story Games / RP- A new film
« on: January 31, 2007, 02:22:32 pm »
Loyalty DramaWorks has released a new holographic film--one of the year's most highly anticipated.  It's titled Cosmic Force: Ultimatum.  It's the 5th film in the ever-popular Cosmic Force series about a team made of 2 Puppies, a Uminus, an Arkibal, an Omic, and a Forthi; who all get extraordinary powers.  The movie also marks the release of the new Holograph standard which allows even more UV and IR colors to be displayed.

Leaders, the Loyal Trade Office will need information on whether this film can be imported to your country and how it will be taxed.

Cosmic Force is planning the construction of their new satellite HQ when they receive a hostile transmission from a new villain:  Duchess Von Goop.  She demands that the Cosmic Force stop their crusade against crime and join her army to conquer the universe.  If they don't accept within the next 36 hours, she will set of a solar bomb to destroy the galaxy.  Meanwhile, Brut and Eljabi's relationship, official for one year now, becomes turbulent as Eljabi tries to prove her independence during the mission.

Duchess Von Goop:  Though it's not explicitly stated, she appears to be a female KOR.  She can turn herself into plasma and split into multiple organisms.
Captain Brut of City 3aq:  A male Puppy.  The unprofessional leader of the Cosmic Force, he lacks confidence and is prone to error.  He can create electricity.
Eljabi:  Female Puppy, very untrusting and shrewd.  She can read minds of weak beings.

More Later....

Everything Else / My little brother got kidnapped by a pack of wolves!
« on: January 28, 2007, 09:58:04 pm »
They're going to raise him as one of their own!  What do I do?

Everything Else / Board Game Recommendation Needed
« on: January 23, 2007, 02:24:35 pm »
I'm looking for a Light Wargame.  One that has similar game play to Warhammer but costs less, is simpler, and can be played in an hour.  Any recommendations?  Does such a game exist?

PC Games / WoW Server Choice
« on: January 19, 2007, 08:00:01 pm »
I'm getting WoW and have to chose a server type.  I'm particularly tempted by RP servers, since I like immersion and am a good enough improvisor/roleplayer.  Where I'm puzzled is PvP.  I don't know whether they make players more likely to form into teams or if they will just make me scream in frustration.

Spore: Creation Corner / The Meriting
« on: January 18, 2007, 01:11:35 pm »
A group of all those who are guaranteed military protection and gifts from the Loyalty.  Consent is unnecesary as all members have no obligations.

One-way defensive pact.
A wonder sent to you when a certain supernova comes into sight.
2000 impeachment votes to influence our Action.


Spore: Creation Corner / Loyal Nation of Halmsur
« on: January 17, 2007, 03:42:46 pm »

The Loyal Nation of Halmsur is a new nation to this current area, having come across this densely populated region 30 years ago.  Most government policies are centered around loyalty to those that the LNH trusts--an exclusive group called the Meriting.

The Puppyguard lives primarily on the lower altitudes of NeoHalmsur.
It's government system is a traditional republic with two branches--Judgement and Action.  The Judgement section consists of 3 supercomputers in charge of deciding policies when they are on a moral grey and can't be decided by the constitution.  The Action house is comprised of 1,000 puppies.  They are chosen randomly and stay in the house until they become impeached by a nationwide vote.  The Action house creates laws based on the Judgement's decisions, and manages most government functions.  The constitution is a ranking of virtues that a government must follow.  The LNH has never, and may never, join any alliance.
Due to thier intensive secrecy, not much is known about the culture or economy of the Puppyguard.  NeoHalmsur yields many natural resources--including the largest supply of Tungsten in its system.  The LNH has extremely high-tech molecular engineering and terraforming.  One of their largest industries is Holovision, which is broadcasted everywhere in the Galaxy and consistently earns high ratings.
The Meriting is a group of nations which are given a one-way defensive pact.  There are vast benefits to becoming a member of the Meriting, including defense, technologies, and a share of impeachment votes.  Because of this, no nation has declined membership.  Then again, no nation has really been given a choice.
One of the largest events in The Loyalty occurs every time a certain supernova comes into view.  For about 120 hours, all production ceases--and every member of the Meriting is sent a massive sculpture depicting an aspect of their culture.

Only fifty years after exiting thier original solar system, the LNH was attacked and almost eliminated by a group of powerful space rogues (who later collapsed into societal turmoil).  In this desperation, the Puppyguard needed some sort of new ideology to place their faith upon.  This came in the form of the Eternal Constitution, a 32E12 word document listing all virtues by importance starting with Loyalty.  It was made by a Psychohistorian claiming that this document, if followed, would create a long-lasting empire ending with the Rapture of Trust, a point at which all nations and people would trust each other enough to eliminate all defensive measures and borders.

Setinels: Disposable, remote-controlled ships designed to scout out areas.  They have very weak beams that penetrate shields, and no propulsion systems.
Space Farers:  Giant transports designed to transport civilians.  They cleave into nine pieces in the event of a collision.
Valkor-25: Puppy-shaped combat machines with missile launchers and a one-time use Heat Ray.  In the prototype stage and very untested.

Species- Puppy, Dog (less common)
Citizenship- Puppyguard
Abrevation- LNH or The Loyalty
Current Home Planet- NeoHalmsur
Racial insult- Sniffers or Butt Sniffers

Forum Games / Infinity beast
« on: December 22, 2006, 10:18:54 am »
-Make the monster bigger by adding parts to it.
-Post your added part below the existing pictures.  Include all pictures in your post.
-Make the borders hard-edged (no dithering or photos on borders)
-Center justify all the art.
-No limits on size or format, just make sure everything lines up.
-Be creative.
-Reserve spots.
-Remove pictures from your post after somebody new extends it.

PC Games / Peter Molyneux messes with my brain
« on: December 18, 2006, 08:42:26 am »

But keep in mind that it's so alpha it's not even funny.

Everything Else / Alakazam!
« on: November 03, 2006, 10:12:37 pm »

PC Games / Orisinal! Noo!
« on: September 10, 2006, 04:11:46 pm »

He sold himself out.  To AMERICAN GIRL.

Fun game though.

PC Games / Hangman Shmangman
« on: September 04, 2006, 05:24:09 pm »

I'm giving this to the head of my school's foreign language department.

PC Games / Trippy!
« on: September 03, 2006, 09:37:08 am »

Rules: This very post is the last post in this thread before I lock it in rage.
Construct the reasons in Memmento-style plot continuity (as in the color parts).
No refrencing actual posts, unless you somehow forsee the future.
DO make references to posts that haven't happened, which creates things to fulfil.
If the plot makes no sense, read the posts in backward order.

Instead, you get NOTHING!
That's it! I'm locking this up for good!

I'm probably leaving too.

Storytelling and Roleplaying / Choose-a-Quest-Venture!
« on: August 29, 2006, 11:51:15 am »
20yrs old

Dungeon Keys
Cane - good for stealing keys and for basic blunt weaponry
Sparkle dust - spawns distracting color ghosts upon release in air.
Minitroll Liver- FOOD

Gran Juan Garcian--a mustachioed prisoner.

Scab on chin
Bump on head

I'll pose a question.  The next poster must decide what to do.  In order for the action to be done, two more people must also agree on it.
ME: You're fighting a lion.
PLAYER1:  I slash it with my sword.
PLAYER2: agreed.
PLAYER3: agreed.
ME:  You slash the lion with your sword.  It hits the leg and the lion moans loudly, then colapses.

If a player doesn't agree, they must post what they want to do instead.  You should make your disagreement clear by starting it with "NO" in caps.  Now a player must quote the action they agree upon
ME: You're fighting a lion.
PLAYER1:  I slash it with my sword.
PLAYER2: NO, I pet it.
PLAYER3: <Instead, I pet it> agreed.
PLAYER4: <Instead, I pet it> agreed.
ME:  You reach over to pet it, then it bites your hand off.  That's the second time this afternoon!

Lastly, if you agree upon an action but want to change it a little bit, say "Yes, but" in the same way you would agree.  Now your action only needs one agreement.
ME: You're fighting a lion.
PLAYER1: I slash it with my sword.
PLAYER2: Yes, but I do it while shouting "Hya!"
PLAYER3: <Yes, but I do it while shouting "Hya!"> Agreed.
ME:  Somehow the shouting makes all the difference.  You slash the lion and it turns into a stallion.

If players request it, I'll go into more detail about anything in the game.

IMPORTANT: Please delete your "agreement" posts after I acknowlege them.  They take up space.

You're locked in a dungeon with a boulder that you're supposed to sleep on, a cardboard chamber pot, and a three-legged stool with one leg missing.  You have no memories of your life up to this point.  A big bump on your head provides a clue.
You feel an incredible urge to relieve your bladder.  What do you do, and more importantly, in what position?

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