Discussion in 'Approval & General RPG Discussion' started by Carnage27, Nov 4, 2011.
As the great Bill O'Reilly said
"**** it! We'll do it live!"
Byrd goes nuclear too quick. Nerds picking apart nerd things happen. No one takes it personally. It's also better to get this sort of thing out at the beginning. That way people won't flake on you.
OOC will be up in a few hours.
**** you! **** you and the horse you rode in on!
Your Red Ring is waiting.
For the X-Men, I'd say keep the team/teaching staff at Xavier and 5-6 others, and named students that are pre-existing characters at around a dozen or so, with the rest of the school as background nameless extras.
Would it surprise you that he played a character who in fact got a Star Sapphire ring?
As I said to Wieg, how bout instead of name dropping all of the X-Students we just 'power drop' them? Leave it vague enough that someone can pick that character up later without having to tie them to the X-Men at all if they wanted?
One Earth: The Marvel/DC RPG
[FONT="]Character you would like to play:
Brief history of the character:
List a few reasons why you have chosen that character:
What are your plans with this character? Do you have a story:
Color and font you plan on using for your character's speech:
How many times do you intend on posting a DAY IN the RPG:
Please provide a sample post with original content in the style that you plan to write your character in (must be at least 3 paragraphs long and contains at least 1 line of dialogue):
Post a picture of your character:[/FONT]
OOC thread is up. Go at it folks.
I told you not to use that OneUniverse account!
We need to just have one GM account for all the games. No more questions about "What's the password for OU? What's the password for G&M? What's the password for BnK?"
What's the password for wiegeabo?
If I told you that, your brain would explode.
It's "password" isn't it?
I thought you said we should put all the games under one.
And like all the things we say we should do, I figured we'd just forget it and not do it.