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Jan 16 2015, 12:45 AM
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<b>Friends:</b> Walter makes friends easily, but trusts them with more difficulty. The type that likes to avoid conflict naturally, Walter can fake a smile with ease and not think twice- and often convince himself it's honest as well. However, while he's intelligent and able to read people, he doesn't always recognize good intentions easily, and tends to keep people at arm's length. If you're persistent, though, he might just open up to you...But at least he's almost always nice?
<b>Enemies:</b> The type who always puts on an act, anyone who sees through it is probably going to hate him. Also, anyone who comes to dislike his realty company will not like him either. But he probably won't feel himself an enemy easily. Or...Something.
<b>Romantce:</b> Getting Walter to be honest is hard. But if you push through it, you'll be surprised to find he's a pretty nice guy naturally, and a sap in many ways. He tends to be a masochist, and so the more you call him names, the more he'll get excited and actually like you more. So...Blunt people are more likely to be on his radar of love. If he gets to it.
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Jan 16 2015, 12:34 AM
Hi there lovely members! I am the admin...But I prefer to be called Juneberry [or something of that realm of nicknames you think of]. Jaluna's fine too. Just...Don't call me admin. I'll get confused. But I guess Admin is better than Little...

ANYWAY. Nice to meet you! Thank you for coming to play with me <3 I am hoping this site grows well, and that the community both in and out of rping is a lovely place for everyone. Lots of great things can happen here, and I want everyone to take part.

Er...Right. This is my intro. Intro, intro...Um....I'm a 22 NEET [not in employment, education or training] fighting for her disabilities. Been RPing and writing since I was ten, but ironically couldn't really read until then either. I'm a bit dense, so please feel free to be blunt with me. Anywho...Ask what you'd like, I'm an open book. Except to myself.
Jan 6 2015, 06:55 PM
The bustlingly boring admin came up with a randomly nifty idea while failing to sleep last night: Giving some areas [generally just in the wild] a 'danger level' and resulting in the possibility of a moderated disaster of sorts [unrelated to any site events, etc].

Please read the thread in the Q&A forum at the following link for more details and to both cast your vote and your opinion. As this is meant for all interested parties, it was put in the Q&A forum to allow guests to join in on shaping the concept.

I'm off to fight the bbcode programming since for some reason it didn't work right.

Thank you,
Jan 6 2015, 06:52 PM
The concept is quite simple, really. Each 'wild' area that could invoke a dangerous situation will have a 'Danger Level' --> 1/3 or 4/5, for example. Depending on the levels and the high level will decide how randomization is done.

FOR EXAMPLE: If we were using a /5 system, a 1/5 would require a coin flip or something similar with five coins, and unless 4 coins match the 'danger choice' [heads?], it would be safe; Meanwhile, a 4/5 level would require only one coin to be what is deemed applicable.

If a thread in the danger zone gets the required number of heads [or request I guess?], a moderating member would bring in a dangerous situation to make the characters fight off- giving a slightly more structured phenomenon for characters to develop around at times. Moderators will not be character accounts, of course. Either an NPC or a general OOC account will be used if this is put in place.
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