Here you may ask any question you have or plot with your fellow players n.n
New powers are only for secondary characters (meaning 16 yo or above, or teachers)
Yes, some kids were a full year and others a fer monthsIf it's alright, I'd like to ask some questions please Neo Alice
- is it correct to assume that some of the kids have been there for far longer than the others?
- if the compound had recess idk, were most of them allowed to mingle or was that a privilege distributed based on power threat and good behavior?
- how much information can/did the kids have on each others powers?
- is there a time limit to how long the other person has to keep their promise? Like if she got them to promise her to get this hard to procure thing, do they have their whole lives to get it for her or they gotta get it as soon as possible bc otherwise theyll die.
- like if someone promised to never lie to her, is that a lifetime deal unless she states a duration?
Ohhh okay. So upgrade only upgrades its characteristics but not it's actual value?CystalChompound
You can't turn stones into gold with upgrading, it's not alchemy. You can only make it stronger. A stone could be as hard as diamond but it won't turn into an actual diamond. You're limited to improving characteristics of the object (A katana in your hands can cut steel like if it was butter, a a gun shooted by you would created minimized explosions where the bullets impact instead of just piercing or bouncing)
Also the effect is not permanent until you train it IC. From the moment your character is no longer touching the object with their hands it stops being "upgraded"
Damn, if only someone had that power a few months ago. Toilet paper crisis averted
Being resistant isn't a natural characteristic of toilet paper but i would be a little stronger. But that's not its main feature, enhanced toilet paper can absorb a lot of liquid and clean quite easily almost anything (not solids)
They must say they promise, or swear or a word like that. A statement is not a promise. I doesn't have to be a prefix exactly, just that they use the word and is directed at your character (if they are promising something to other person it won't work)thank you so much! those are super informative. ^w^ Neo Alice
i still have a couple of questions and thoughts, if that's a-okay
- so the way the power activates isn't restricted with the prefix of "i promise [insert promise]"? is it like any verb said to her kind of deal then? is "i will kill you" or "i'll be helping this person out with kitchen duty" applicable for her power to activate?
- so they can resist it, but how far can they push the slight resistance without toeing over the absolute not-doing-it line, the line which leads to death? can they procrastinate on doing it for a little before the compulsion starts to rear its head and the longer they go on with that procrastination, the stronger the compulsion until eventually, that compulsion cant be resisted at all?
- in direct connection to the previous question, let's say, someone was to get her a hamburger, and they promised, but like they're hesitating with handing over the burger to her bc idk maybe they wanted to eat it or something. and let's say the body does force them to try and hand the burger over, but the person resists it enough that they dont hand it over. is the compulsion an immediate insta-kill or a build-up kind of thing?
- is it also correct to assume that her promises do give a lil boost to the body's capabilities a lil? as an example, let's say there's a battle, and someone said "i promise to come back alive to you after this battle." will the body exert extra effort in making sure it stays alive like with an adrenaline boost or something? or is it something that could happen if she trained her ability? or is this is and never will be a feature?
on that note, i'll probably have her annoy someone to death until they jokingly say "i s2g ill kill you". any volunteers lmao[/b][/b]
It's ok, what power would you prefer?