Demons Versus the Unknown

Posted: May 20, 2009 by Salvatore Otoro in Examples of Role Play, Good Role Play
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New Delphi

New Delphi

This scene happened last night.  A very good one if you ask me.  This scene involved interaction with each other and with an unknown and unseen force.  What do you do?  How do you react when you can’t see your attacker?  What comes across your mind as it begins to affect you physically and mentally?  You could play it as not affecting you, but then you would be GodModding the situation.  Everyone will at some point encounter something more powerful than them that can bring them to their knees or perhaps destroy them.  How would you play this? 

The scene is as follows: there is something strange in the air, something calling out to us, yet we don’t know what it is.  It beckons us to approach and we obey it out of curiousity.  However, curiosity soon turns to something else.  Read on to see what happened.

Additional Notes:

  • Notice all OOC conversation is in brackets.
  • Notice at 2030 that I advise AS in OOC that his meter is nocom.  Due to lag issues he was unable to turn his meter on so we continued to RP with him but no combat was allowed.  When you meter is off, you do not take damage and so are impervious to everything.  For this reason, RP is generally forbidden when you are nocom unless you are allowed by those you are playing with as was done here at 2033 by CF.
  • Notice that AS uses single brackets before his post to show emotes.
  • Notice in chat where it says (in Brood) the chat is in the Brood’s own language that others are unable to understand and only audible the normal chat range.
  • Notice in chat where it says (Hivemind) the chat is in the Brood’s own language that others are unable to understand and audible in the entire sim.

Click here for the RP

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Comments
  1. This was FUN. I’m looking forward to what comes from this!

  2. […] Diary of a Roleplayer ← Demons Versus the Unknown […]

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