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Shy and I have decided to resurrect one of the most revolutionary and underappreciated RPGS to ever grace OtakuBoards--Final Quest for Glory.

Due to the nature of the RPG, I am unable to go into too much depth about the secret features at work here; we would like for it to be a surprise. However, Shy and I have been toiling over this game for hours and those who we have trusted to "test" the RPG have walked away [I]extremely[/I] impressed. Together we have managed to create a three dimensional playspace that transcends the traditional OtakuBoards RPG format.

What we have come up with is revolutionary, but we wanted to make sure that it would be extremely simple and easy to play.

Please forgive the rather plain-looking sign-up thread. We currently have an artist working on some official artwork for the game that I think you will all like.

Anyway, as I said, the RPG is very easy and fun to play. Everyone is welcome. So, sign up and give it a try!
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I have to say you've piqued my interest, but with so little being said about this game, it's not certain you'll get people to sign up...

... Oh, who am I kidding? Just the [I]names[/I] of you two are enough to pull hundreds of members in! ;P

Anyway, innovation is always good in this section, and for that, count me in.
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[color=darkorchid][font=times]Having been in the original, I can only assume that I'm obligated to be here again. Oh well, it won't kill me to be a part of this again. Or will it?

Definitely not, especially if Shy and I get to have fun. Since I've decided to be both sexually ambiguous, male, and with the elemental ability to see through people's clothing...[/font][/color]
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[size=1]I like your font color. You're in.

We are still accepting sign-ups. Although the final list of players haven't been compiled yet we will be much more critical of any future sign-ups, so be careful. We are looking for a wide variety of personalities and writing styles here, so we've decided to ask all future sign-ups to [b]please answer the following three questions[/b]:

[b]1)[/b] What is your element of power?

[b]2)[/b] Who taught you how to ride a bike?

[b]3)[/b] When do

Your answers will be extremely helpful in letting us decide the final group. Also, Charles may decide to add or remove questions as this thread progresses.

Thank you to everyone who has been supportive so far; I know signing up for such a mysterious project can be daunting, but hopefully we can have a lot of fun with this!

-Shy[/size]
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[size=1][font=Verdana][color=Indigo]1. Shadow

2. The concrete...after a few skinned knees you actually get scared enough not to fall anymore. I stopped riding my bike when I tried to jump someone's roof. I miss the days before youtube when I could do stupid stuff just because it was there to do, not to get attention from strangers.

3. When do leaves fall off of trees? Late autumn. Around that time the weather's perfect[/color]
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[FONT=Arial]I am officially curious.
[quote name='Shy][size=1][b]1)[/b'] What is your element of power?[/size][/quote]
Thought. It's the most powerful asset I possess.

Though if you mean [I]elemental[/I] element, that'd be fire, from both the destructive and constructive aspects. (That last one is quite important.)
[QUOTE][I][SIZE=1][b]2)[/b] Who taught you how to ride a bike?[/SIZE][/I][/QUOTE]
I did. My father gave me a few pointers, but one really has to grasp the concept oneself.
[QUOTE][I][SIZE=1][b]3)[/b] When do



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Well, mostly







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[SIZE=1][B]1) What is your element of power?[/B]
I share it with Chuck Norris: Surprise

[B]2) Who taught you how to ride a bike?[/B]
My dad, it was a painful experience for both of us. I rolled over his foot more than once.

[B]3) When do[/B]
Exactly when it suits them.[/SIZE]
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[color=deeppink]I'll have everyone know that it wasn't the magnetism that drew me in. I'm no sheep. Rather, I was [b]begged[/b] to join, and I just couldn't say no to Shy's puppy dog eyes.

[QUOTE=Shy][size=1]
[b]1)[/b] What is your element of power?

[b]2)[/b] Who taught you how to ride a bike?

[b]3)[/b] When do[/size][/QUOTE]

1. The element of [b]dance.[/b]

2. This boyfriend of my mom's. He taught me through trickery. I thought he was behind me holding me and making sure I didn't fall. I could have crashed! I've never forgiven him for it.

3. I refuse to answer such a straightforward question! Can't you come up with something at least a [i]little[/i] vague? This feels so restricting.[/color]
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[COLOR=DimGray][FONT=Tahoma]This looks sweet. Count me in, for sure.

[B]1) What is your element of power?[/B] Well, I really have had an attraction to Os (76, Osmium) my whole life. I don't know... I just always liked the way "OSM" sounds.

[B]2) Who taught you how to ride a bike?[/B] My dad, I think. I don't really remember...

[B]3) When do Cats respond most readily?[/B] To names that end in an "ee" sound. Fact.[/FONT][/COLOR]
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[SIZE=1][B]1) What is your element of power?[/B]
Empathy, something we all have but scarcely embrace.

[B]2) Who taught you how to ride a bike?[/B]
I can't, simple as. Despite my parents best efforts such an unstable, frail looking contraption could never keep my interest.

[B]3) When do[/B] whales stop singing?[/SIZE]
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[color=crimson][size=1]Interesting, for sure.

[b]What is your element of power?[/b] A wise man learns from the mistakes of others. Take that as you will. I take it as, [i]Knowledge is power.[/i]

[b]Who taught you how to ride a bike?[/b] I taught myself through skinned knees. My dad never had the time.

[b]When do you think enough is enough?[/b] For those who seek perfection there can be no rest this side of the grave.[/color][/size]
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[font=Verdana][size=2]Seems interesting enough for a simple guy like me.[/size][/font]
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[size=2][font=Verdana][b]1)[/b] [b]What is your element of power?[/b] The element to be playful.[/font][/size]
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[size=2][font=Verdana][b]2) Who taught you how to ride a bike?[/b] My dad taught me how to ride the bike. It was a painful process, but it was worth it in the end.[/font][/size]
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[size=2][font=Verdana][b]3) When do[/b] Batman actually beats the Joker?[/font][/size]
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Simple and Easy you say? Sounds like the perfect RPG for me. ;)[QUOTE=Shy][size=1][b]1)[/b] What is your element of power?

[b]2)[/b] Who taught you how to ride a bike?

[b]3)[/b] When do[/size][/QUOTE]1 - Motherly instinct of course.

2 - My older brother, even though he was put out that my father made him do it.

3 - When do I decide to discipline my children? When they need it of course!

Now if you'll excuse me a certain imp is getting into mischief. ;)
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[size=1]Okay, we've decided to begin FQFG2!

[i]Everyone[/i] has been accepted based on their sign-up, and will be assigned to post in one of two different Underground Threads for the project. You will know which Underground thread you are supposed to post in based on a briefing you should receive via PM shortly.

I should mention that sign-ups are not closed, and based on the nature of this project it is no problem to allow so many members to participate. If anyone would like to join at any point during this whole shindig, they are more than welcome to.

-Shy[/size]
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[FONT=Tahoma]Well why not. Summer vacation is finally kicking in and with a lighter work schedule I should be able to undertake one or two more RPs.

1) [b]What is your element of power?[/b]
The only element in life with the power to overcome anything and everything when used properly. Intellegence.

2) [b]Who taught you how to ride a bike?[/b]
Ha, here comes a different answer i'm sure. I didn't learn as a child, but rather as a high school student. Taught by a friend of mine just years before getting my permit.

3) [b]When do?[/b]
Ah yes, indeed this question begs the neccesity for the deliberation of every perspective in considering the possibilities of the side of the story that is told by the party who have already taken carefully how to answer the question with apparent ease and care. Therefore I take that stand on this and add to it the all important factor of knowing that it will take the greatest long-term effect to the desireable result for everyone involved, despite the potential for short-term backlash in order to pave the way for the greater good.[/FONT]
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