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Gunnulf



Joined: 02 Nov 2006
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Location: MN

Post Here's how it is. Reply with quote
Since I've never gotten to heavily into PbP RPing I'm unsure how to go about doing it but I'm going to give it a shot. It will be contained in one thread unless for some ungodful reason I change my mind and will follow a similar format to David's d20 modern thread.

Outside of that I plan to start doing shit once I'm finished editing the opening crawl and upload it to youtube. Finished that.

Here's the setup, each "scene" will be it's own self-contained thread. This will accomplish two things: one: it will cut down on confusion and two: if you aren't involved in one scene you will most likely have a solo-scene directly following this, therefore hopefully cutting back on the amount of "idle-character" time. So get ready.

P.S. David, how in the hell do I sticky threads?
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Gunnulf



Joined: 02 Nov 2006
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Location: MN

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Different text colors will be used to represent certain things. Some examples follow.
(Shamelessly stolen from David's PbP game.)


Check this list whenever you see a new color, as I will update it accordingly.
Red = Dice Rolls for skill checks, attack rolls, ect.
Yellow = Geeto
Teal=Dacer
Orange = Daranek

Green, Violet and possibly a few others will be different NPC speech colors.

Anyone with more experience in PbP, please chime in with any suggestions.


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mighty_manrock



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When you're the moderator, at the very bottom of the "Options" table - below the window for your post's text - there are form bubbles for normal, sticky and announcement threads.
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