Nonsense! Of course Toaster always succeeds. It's very intelligent like that. Not very sociable, though.
Anyway. It sounds like an interesting system to go by. Though I might just coinflip certain actions to include a level of randomness. Would you like to proceed in setting up a story?
Oh look toaster, you have found something interesting. What sort of opera of the spacial variety were you planning to roll up? A plain sci-fi setting like Battlestar Gallactica? Something more epic, like Star wars? Something often weird and wacky? Like Hitchhiker's guide?
Does anyone else ever get stuck between the desire to roleplay or just write the entirety of the story by yourself? I frequently find myself stuck in such a place. And when it happens by brain just refuses to cooperate with either activity.
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Anyway, now that we have the formalities done: I'm looking for one or two more stories to write and thus one or two people to write them with.
What I expect from you:
Have a decent mastery of the English language...
The gnome sorcerer who managed to roll 15 consecutive critical failures on his actions, triggered every trap, blew himself up a few time and still managed to get revived every time. Thanks 5th edition...
Definitely, one has to plan some physical activity every day. I do half an hour of warmup exercices and then spend an hour or two shooting my bow, 100-200 arrows a day to train my back muscles. Very important if you have to sit behind a computer all day long.