Sara Posted June 8, 2002 Share Posted June 8, 2002 I don't usually do this, but here's a spur-of-of-the-moment type RPG. First of all, it's not *really* an RPG. It's a dynamic story based on what may happen after S3. Dynamic story means, basically, a story written by more than one person. [NOT a screenplay!] In this case, that means you should have a pretty good idea of how to obey the following... The Ten Commandments of Tv2: 1. [b]NO self-insertion.[/b] As fun as it is to play a digidestined, there are many RPGs that give you that opportunity. This one is about the S3 crew, not you. 2. [b]Play by the rules.[/b] Sorry guys, Leomon does NOT come back. 3. [b]No Internet Slang.[/b] It's annoying and difficult to read. U nO wuT i m33n??? 4. [b]No pointless posts[/b] A pointless post can be any of the following: anything and everything that would be considered SPAM in any other thread. Any post asking "Who's turn is it now?" or saying that you've got writer's block. A general rule is that each post should further either a.)the storyline or b.) Character development. 5. [b]Don't try and control the story.[/b] I'm not saying you shouldn't post. I'm saying, don't constantly try to pull the story in one direction if the other people posting don't know what you're doing or don't like what you're doing. If you've got an idea that will take a few posts to come to fruition, tell the rest of the players where you'd like to go so that they can help you. 6. [b]Good story skills are a must.[/b] I'm not saying you have to win a Pulitzer Prize for literature. I'm saying youi should have some idea of what a plot is, and how to work with one. 7. [b]Good grammar is a must.[/b] If the other players can't understand what you're saying, they will ignore you. Or I will delete your posts. Non-Coherent posts [I]are[/I]spam. 8. [b]Stay in Character.[/b] I'm not saying that everything has to be canon and that Takato and Jeri are going to get married. I'm saying, don't suddenly turn Kazu into someone who can analyze the human psyche, and don't have Rika acting like Mimi. 9. [b]Minimal love interest.[/b] Crushes are fine, hey--that works. Anything that you see in the show can carry into Tv2. But don't have these fifth graders fall desperately in love with each other, kay? If you can write it well, that's excellent, but the truth is, a lot of people can't, and it tends to mess up the story. 10. [b]HAVE FUN[/b]. Anyone can post, there's no sign up. If you've got a brilliant idea, type it up. [b]Some things to consider[/b]: [Where we might be going with this. ;)] -Their first dilemma will be getting to the Digital World. Will it be just as easy as climbing through a tunnel? Well, it [I]could[/I] be, but where's the story in that? -When they do get to the Digital World, how will they find their digimon? We could easily have an entire story about them looking for [and hopefully, finding!] their partners. Makes for a sweet, easy ending when they finally get there. [[I]Takato hugged Guilmon. "Of course I came back," he whispered. "I promised."[/I]] -Is the Digital World back to normal again? -How about the Sovereigns, how are they? -And the DigiGnomes? -Another question: Will their digimon be in their rookie forms? Probably not. Partnered Digimon can't digivolve w/o their partner, can they? So unless they find a new way to digivolve, they're all stuck as In Trainings. Not a really great thing. -Have the Digimon stuck together as a group, or split up? -Whatever happened to Alice? [See rule number 2.] -Are we going to see any more of Takato's 'mentor' Kai? Start playing, this could be fun. ;) ______________________________________________ "Drop the one," Henry explained patiently, "Now carry the five--" Heads turned as Takato burst through the classroom door into the fifth grade after-school study group. "Takato!" Henry said, "What are you doing here?" "Hey Takato!" Kazu exclaimed, brushing aside his math paper and pulling out his cards. "You change your mind? Ready to lose to me again?" Kenta laughed. Takato leaned on his desk, breathless and ecstatic. "Is something wrong?" Henry asked. "Takato, are you okay?" "No, nothing's wrong," Takato panted. The other students in the room looked at each other, shrugged, and went back to their work. Takato looked at the three of his friends--he knew he'd be able to find Henry here. He came every day after school to help kids with math. He must have somehow convinced Kazu to come, and wherever Kazu was, Kenta wasn't far behind. "Takato, why are you here? I'm sure it's not because of how much you love to do long division." Takato grinned widely. "You guys," he began breathlessly, "We can go back!" ___________________ Henry stared at him. "Back?" he demanded. "What do you mean?" Takato lowered his voice. "We can go back to the Digital World!" "YEAH!" Kenta and Kazu cheered and slapped each other high fives. "SHHHHHH!" Henry said sharply, but his eyes shown. "Do you want the whole classroom to hear?" The boys started guiltily. "Sorry," Kenta muttered. It wasn't Henry's nature to stay mad at anyone. "It's okay," he said. "But Takato--how?" "Look, I know it sounds crazy! But I've been going to all our old hangouts, just...just sorta remembering and maybe hoping I'd see him again. And Remember the how we got to the Digital World the first time? Through Guilmon's hole?" "How could I forget?" "We can do it again!" Takato whispered intensely. "I just [I]know[/I] we can!" "Dude, that is so awesome!" Kazu exclaimed. This time, everyone turned on him. "SHHHHH!" "But Takato--" Henry said. This was just too good to be true. Could it really be possible? "Come on, Henry--Wouldn't you give [I]anything[/I] for a chance to see Terriermon again?" Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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