Time to kick gum & chew ass, & I'm all out of ass
We have all seen fantasy stories. In story books, long and short and in movies and on television, both good and bad. You have watched as Fellowships formed, heroes fell and evil died. Many of us experienced fantasy stories in the form of role playing games, rolling Dice at a table with friends or in the form of videogames. We have played as brave heroes battling against the forces of darkness or dastardly villains trying to spread it.
Many of us have just played the idiots saving the world because money was involved, they had nothing better to do or perhaps even that they just so happened to live nearby... Let's be honest.
(Most D&D parties)
However, a few individuals will be experiencing a fantasy story first hand, willingly or not.
You are one of them.
After searching for a party, you received an invitation to a game via Roll20, an app that allows for online tabletop games. Although you never saw their face, the DM seemed good enough, passionate about the story they were going to try and tell but also excited to run for your character as you discussed things via chat. Not only did the game match up with your schedule, but the passion behind the Dungeon Master was enough to reel you in.
At the first session, you had your character and dice ready, eager to get started.
That was when everything went black.
You wake up, and find that you are not in your own body anymore. Your computer, and the room you played in is gone, replaced with something else. A different world. This new world has many dangers, and most of them are not at your level. Orcs, the Undead , the odd Dragon. So many dangers that have claimed many a PC or even entire parties in the past are now real to you.
1.) Cap on characters per player is 2. Should you want to create a new character upon reaching your limit you will have to write them out of the story or place them in Redshirt Status (see Character Sign-up for details)
2.) Cap on players for this RP is 9.
3.) You cannot kill somebody else's character without their consent and the GM won't kill characters without giving a warning first. If it looks like your character is about to do something outright suicidal, I will give you a chance to save them. Your actions in RP will have consequences, so keep that in mind.
4.) Please try to be respectful towards each other. In-character conflict is fine but OOC hostility is not.
5.) I expect you to post at least once a week. If you go without posting for an entire week with no reason given I will assume you have left the RP and so will wait another week before outright killing off your character and offering your slot up to a new player.
6.) All players are expected to keep up with posts. We write these posts to build a story together, not to ignore the works of others. You wouldn't want your posts ignored, so don't do it to them. There isn't a real way of me enforcing this rule, so it's just a rule of thumb for respecting the work of other players. I also expect you to at least take a look at the lore page before joining.
7.) A like from me (and only me) means your character has been accepted.
This RP also has a discord server, the link to which can be found here: https://www.rpnation.com/threads/discord-server-for-roll-initiative-rp.464021/