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Online Vergil TannerTopic starter

No problem!


And I can get behind the difference, but that isn't so much a limitation of his power as a foible of personality that can be gotten over. In terms of a limitation to his power, I kinda need something substantial that is an active drawback that either effects the efficiency of his power or impacts him in day to day life. EG, Dante can learn any skill or knowledge lightning-fast, but it still requires the same amount of energy; so reading a book on Quantum Mechanics in two hours that would have taken two solid days for anybody else to read and comprehend would leave him feeling like he's just sat down and done nothing but read that book for two days. So that limits its efficacy in that he can do it faster, but it takes more energy in a short amount of time. There are a few other drawbacks, but that's the major one. :P Something like that, which is directly tied into his power. :D

Offline RPG33K

No problem!


And I can get behind the difference, but that isn't so much a limitation of his power as a foible of personality that can be gotten over. In terms of a limitation to his power, I kinda need something substantial that is an active drawback that either effects the efficiency of his power or impacts him in day to day life. EG, Dante can learn any skill or knowledge lightning-fast, but it still requires the same amount of energy; so reading a book on Quantum Mechanics in two hours that would have taken two solid days for anybody else to read and comprehend would leave him feeling like he's just sat down and done nothing but read that book for two days. So that limits its efficacy in that he can do it faster, but it takes more energy in a short amount of time. There are a few other drawbacks, but that's the major one. :P Something like that, which is directly tied into his power. :D

I got it, as for a power drawback the most obvious is a constant need for a high intake of calories. Example is if he forgets to eat or skips a meal he won't be able to run as fast or as long as he could have. Also, he will be unable to get drunk, and for a teenage kid that is a HUGE drawback. ;)

As for other personality traits I will think on it and get back with that.

So, does anyone else have any feedback or thoughts on the character or how their characters will interact with him? I think I would need to know for when the time comes to write the 'Yearbook' section.

Online Vergil TannerTopic starter

Eh, I would say that not being able to get drunk would be an advantage, considering some of the injuries you can pick up from getting drunk. I would say that he can still get drunk, it just takes a LOT more alcohol to do it XD

In terms of other drawbacks, just a high intake of calories is fine, but maybe consider adding something on that will maybe...I dunno, impact him directly in-game. Like, moving quickly drains his energy faster, so he can move faster than people but doesn't have as much stamina, perhaps?

Ah, don't worry about that. The Yearbook Stage comes AFTER this stage; there are still discussion to be had on other aspects of his bio, this is just hammering out his powers. Don't worry about the Yearbook just yet; you need to be Approved and reviewed before you start thinking about that :P

Offline RPG33K

Eh, I would say that not being able to get drunk would be an advantage, considering some of the injuries you can pick up from getting drunk. I would say that he can still get drunk, it just takes a LOT more alcohol to do it XD

In terms of other drawbacks, just a high intake of calories is fine, but maybe consider adding something on that will maybe...I dunno, impact him directly in-game. Like, moving quickly drains his energy faster, so he can move faster than people but doesn't have as much stamina, perhaps?

Ah, don't worry about that. The Yearbook Stage comes AFTER this stage; there are still discussion to be had on other aspects of his bio, this is just hammering out his powers. Don't worry about the Yearbook just yet; you need to be Approved and reviewed before you start thinking about that :P

Well, between the lowered top speed, calorie requirements and just general glass canon status I would say that he has enough drawbacks right there. Considering if he gets caught off guard, he could be easily killed. Still cannot outrun bullets, so any common crook has his kryptonite and If he is not shown eating something frequently, he may not be able to use his powers at all.

With that in mind, having low stamina I am not entirely opposed to, because his character is not physically fit nor active anyways. But it should be something he can improve unlike his other weaknesses.

Online Vergil TannerTopic starter

Oh, he can obviously work on his stamina; I was more thinking that at the beginning, being unused to moving so quickly, he tires out faster until he gets more practice with it. :-)



Ok, so, I might as well hit those things to address in your Bio while we're both here!

And bare in mind, this isn't saying your bio is shit or anything, these are just constructive criticisms I have that may need to be addressed, primarily for balancing reasons and ensuring that you actually enjoy the game and are able to get involved properly :P


The first - slightly minor, but still worth mentioning - thing is that the game is primarily written in Third Person Past perspective, and having one person writing a different Person and Tense is gonna be really rather jarring. It isn't dealbreaker, per say, but I'd heavily prefer it if you wrote in the same Person and Tense as everybody else.

Second thing is that...well...your character comes across as a loner-shut-in, and whilst these people obviously exist, from the perspective of a group RP, they're extremely hard to interact with and build histories around because - by your own bio - he spends all of his free time inside, playing computer games. Like, he's at a Ski resort in the mountains with hot springs and a pool and a gym and mountains and gardens...and he's sitting alone in his room playing a computer game. I mean...come on, that's gonna be very, very difficult to socialise with if he always gravitates back towards being on his own. That's why in the Seeking Post, we said that there's not really any space for social pariah's and loners who never interact with people....because they're tough to play, tough to play opposite and you need to do a lot of handwaving and contriving of circumstances to get him out of his room and talking to people. So I'm not convinced such a loner shut in would fit very well, especially not in a group game. Am I reading his personality right, or am I perhaps reading an exaggerated version of his personality? Does he spend all his time playing video games, or is that just hyperbole? From the sounds of his bio, he doesn't really have any friends and that in and of itself rings alarm bells when the game revolves around social situations and character interactions.

She regretted the great savings ever since because my free time ever since then was occupied with flashing pixels and polygons on a screen. It only got worse when the farm closed and we moved to New York when I was twelve. From my first day there I hated it, I didn't belong and the class left no chance to remind me pass by. My accent was a constant point of mockery as I went about my daily business. I was fourteen before I made my first real friend up in this frozen hell hole.

See? Loner with no friends and no passtimes besides gaming is...well, they obviously exist - I border on one myself - but from a group game perspective, they are EXTREMELY challenging to play and don't really fit in well to a character-driven game.


Then there was senior year, I expected nothing to really happen this year either. Tradition ya know?

See, right here...no connections to anybody, no friends besides the sometimes-around Holly...can you see some issues with not having ANY connections to other players? It makes it extremely difficult to get into the game, when everybody else has a rather extensive web of interactions and friendships.


Then that ski trip to Colorado. I hate the damn snow! Why did I have to go?

Why did he go? And if he was forced, why did his mother let him take a games console, knowing what he was like?


Well, I had to go because the girl I had been crushing on for two years was going and guess what?

Interesting...did you have a specific cast member he's crushing on, or is she an NPC?


An earthquake hit after I made a bumbling fool of myself as I was playing Shovel Knight upstairs trying to forget my humiliation. Aside from hitting my head whe I hit the floor, I felt fine.

The Earthquake happens at midday on Day 2. This kinda suggests it happened in the evening of Day 1.


That is until I along with everyone else in my class began to display amazing abilities. But that's a story for another time. When I am better rested and all.

Hasn't happened yet, so wouldn't be in his bio :P



I guess the main problem here is that your character is very much a "Loner with no friends and no passtimes outside his room," which limits his options for connections - and therefore interactions - sharply, especially considering everybody else has such deep and complex connections with each other. We already have quite a lot of characters who are very isolationist with small, narrow circles, so when I said we were looking for more males for the girls to perv on, despite being mostly a joke, I did mean that we need more...social males, considering that the majority of the males are nerdy, awkward outsiders and we have practically NO "Popular" males. So....as it stands, his personality and bio needs a LOT of work before I can say that it fits into the gap we're looking for to fill the slot in WCBH, since it at the moment kinda exacerbates rather than solves the issues that we were looking to address. Namely, we have a decent balance of social and isolated females, but ONLY really isolated, nerdy or outsider males. Adding another one in who has - as it stands - no real way to get involved since he actively WANTS to avoid getting involved...well...it doesn't fit the game particularly well or fill the gap that we're looking to fill.

You have the bones of a decent character there, but at this point in time...he feels a bit 2-dimensional and a little too much like the nerdy outsider archetype that we already have a plethora of, so I think in order to get approved...you do need to rework him to be more social than "That Kid Who Spends All His Free Time On The Computer And Never Talks To Anybody."

Do you kinda see where I'm coming from with this?

Offline RPG33K

Certainly, hopefully you can forgive some of the more minor mistakes in timing and such. When I wrote this I had no sleep, worked all night and just went with what came to mind first.

So I will try and address the things in order.

First about the POV. I always write first. It's just easier for me and honestly...I suck at third person. So theres that, the bio was written in past tense because it's well, in the past. My IC post will be happening in the here and now. I just thought it would be cool to write the bio as if he was reflecting on it.

Next the major problem. I certainly see the issue. He turned out like that as he largely took after me and besides work and a couple friends I don't have much time to get out. This can be changed but really my only plan at the time to get him involved with the story was with his discovery of his powers and others like him, he would gravitate to the current cast.

Also, he doesn't actually want to be alone. In his bio his closest friend left and that was a large reason for him going on the trip. But he doesn't like being the center of attention either. In his mind, he wants to be somewhere in the middle. But it is also hinted in the bio he had a hard time in the past getting accepted by others due to his differences, namely background and accent. And experienced light bullying or teasing. I had originally planned to develop his personality into a far more social and confident persona through IC interaction but if you need me to add in some more social hobbies, or completely overhaul the entire bio I can certainly do that.

Online Vergil TannerTopic starter

First about the POV. I always write first. It's just easier for me and honestly...I suck at third person. So theres that, the bio was written in past tense because it's well, in the past. My IC post will be happening in the here and now. I just thought it would be cool to write the bio as if he was reflecting on it.

Unfortunately, since everybody else is writing the same tense and "person," I kinda need to insist that you at least try to match it, since I've found in previous games that it really ends up conflicting with other peoples posts in that if you have one person writing first person present and everybody else writing third person past...well, it's jarring and isn't stylistically consistent. Everybody has their preferences, and I might be able to brush off one of them being different - EG, first person past or third person present - but BOTH of them being different is too much. Everybody else is writing third person past, so I kinda need you to at LEAST do first person past or third person present, or your writing is just not gonna gel with the rest of the writers that well.


This can be changed but really my only plan at the time to get him involved with the story was with his discovery of his powers and others like him, he would gravitate to the current cast.

It's gonna need to change, unfortunately. I can empathise with the character taking after you - I put a lot of myself into all of my characters as well - but for the type of game it is, loners who don't have any friends or connections to the rest of the cast just won't fit. It will be difficult for you to penetrate the already established relationships, and I worry that you might get disheartened or demoralised when everybody else is bouncing through pre-established relationships and you're having to try and craft them on the fly because your character previously never left his room. That's precisely why I said in the Recruitment Post that pariah's and loners were heavily discouraged.


Also, he doesn't actually want to be alone. In his bio his closest friend left and that was a large reason for him going on the trip.

That's as may be, but old habits die hard and again, it will be rather difficult as a writer getting him in the middle of things when the other characters aren't really certain who he actually is. So his propensity to just sit in his room all day...needs to be at the very least curtailed, for your own enjoyment of the game as well as his ease of getting involved in the plots and whatnot.


But it is also hinted in the bio he had a hard time in the past getting accepted by others due to his differences, namely background and accent.

Well, it was outright stated. ;) I got that, and I'm not saying it doesn't make sense for the character...just that the character as it stands needs to be fleshed out into more than just "That One Kid Nobody Ever Sees."


I had originally planned to develop his personality into a far more social and confident persona through IC interaction but if you need me to add in some more social hobbies, or completely overhaul the entire bio I can certainly do that.

Well, development IC is encouraged, and having a character arc is definitely required, but I'm just worried about your particular enjoyment of the game when the character starts off with no friends, no hobbies outside gaming on his own in his room and with no real - apparent - interest in getting to know other people, y'know? As I said, the males we are looking for need to fill the "Social" role more than the "Nerdy Outsider," since we have a LOT of the latter and literally NONE of the former.

Offline RPG33K

Ok, know what? My interest for the RP is high enough and I want to move this along as quickly as possible so let me just rework the whole bio. I noticed that there does not seem to be a male comedian type or attention seeker. So I can try to place him there.

As for the POV. I shall take inspiration from the wise Jedi Master Yoda and remember. Either 'Do' or 'Do Not'...there is no 'Try'. So I shall 'Do' you say the standard is third and past tense? That is the furthest thing I had ever done before but I shall do it. Now if you give me some time, I will make an updated application.

Online Vergil TannerTopic starter

Yeah, you can do that! I don't mind him being a bit private, just more...socially visible, as it were :P

Most of this is just me trying to think about your ease of getting into the swing of the game, since I know from experience that if you encounter difficulties in getting involved, your interest in a game can and does often waver rather quickly, y'know? So I wanna make sure that you're hooked from the beginning and Oh God now I sound like a predator. XD


And no problem about the POV thing...I won't crack down on you for making the occasional slip up - I used to write first person present as well, and the transition was rather rocky until I got used to it, so I've been there before - so don't worry about me being impatient ;) :P If you need any help with that, let me know, though a quick re-read of your posts before you post them should be enough to catch it. I personally find that the transition was worth it, since I personally find that it flows better and gives me more options with how I write certain things, buuuut that's just me. If you have difficulties with that, let me know and I'll try and give you a hand. And if you have questions or need some help overhauling your bio, my Inbox is always open for questions!


Out of curiosity, you mentioned a girl that your character likes in the Bio. Did you have a specific character in mind, or was that an NPC that MIGHT be a PC after Yearbooks are done?


Also, one thing that might help you with your character creation: After whipping up a reworked bio, sit down and choose three or four characters from the Roster and brainstorm how your character might know them and what he might think of them. This wouldn't be a final product or a locked in thing, it would just maybe help you focus on where you see your character in the "Social Landscape," as it were. :-)

Offline RPG33K

Yeah, you can do that! I don't mind him being a bit private, just more...socially visible, as it were :P

Most of this is just me trying to think about your ease of getting into the swing of the game, since I know from experience that if you encounter difficulties in getting involved, your interest in a game can and does often waver rather quickly, y'know? So I wanna make sure that you're hooked from the beginning and Oh God now I sound like a predator. XD


And no problem about the POV thing...I won't crack down on you for making the occasional slip up - I used to write first person present as well, and the transition was rather rocky until I got used to it, so I've been there before - so don't worry about me being impatient ;) :P If you need any help with that, let me know, though a quick re-read of your posts before you post them should be enough to catch it. I personally find that the transition was worth it, since I personally find that it flows better and gives me more options with how I write certain things, buuuut that's just me. If you have difficulties with that, let me know and I'll try and give you a hand. And if you have questions or need some help overhauling your bio, my Inbox is always open for questions!


Out of curiosity, you mentioned a girl that your character likes in the Bio. Did you have a specific character in mind, or was that an NPC that MIGHT be a PC after Yearbooks are done?


Also, one thing that might help you with your character creation: After whipping up a reworked bio, sit down and choose three or four characters from the Roster and brainstorm how your character might know them and what he might think of them. This wouldn't be a final product or a locked in thing, it would just maybe help you focus on where you see your character in the "Social Landscape," as it were. :-)

Sure, I still have a few hours before I need to catch some sleep for work, so it should be up before I crash. As for the crush, I was just reading through the accepted apps to figure that out. I left it open to decide later.

Current top contestants are nature girl, badass girl and fighter girl. But there are a couple others too. Sorry not Grace though, I think she has plenty admirers already.

I tried third before, but most often I end up switching back to first without thinking halfway in. Well, let me grab a Dew and get to work on this. Hopefully at this rate I will be accepted by Monday, haha. Joking, aiming for tomorrow.

Offline RPG33K

Reworking my app now, question, do you need another writing prompt?

Online Vergil TannerTopic starter

No problem, but there's no rush...take the time you need!

And BAHAHA, hey, a girl can NEVER have too many admirers! :P Are you saying, then, that if Dalton was dragged into the bedroom by an amorous Grace, he'd turn down the opportunity of being broken in half by her? If so, he has MUCH more willpower than most men on Earth, methinks. :P Are you sure THAT isn't his superpower? :P

Welp, if you end up switching halfway through I'll just give you a subtle poke that that's what happened, heh. It's all about getting used to it, and once you are, it becomes second nature. Though I've been writing long enough and in enough different scenarios to be able to do most POV's without thinking about it. But then, I'm just awesome like that. ;) :P


And....just rework your current Writing Prompt to be Third Person Past just to start getting into the mindset and we should be good. No need to write an entirely new one. :-) Unless, of course, you want to explore your reworked character a little. :-)

Offline RPG33K

No problem, but there's no rush...take the time you need!

And BAHAHA, hey, a girl can NEVER have too many admirers! :P Are you saying, then, that if Dalton was dragged into the bedroom by an amorous Grace, he'd turn down the opportunity of being broken in half by her? If so, he has MUCH more willpower than most men on Earth, methinks. :P Are you sure THAT isn't his superpower? :P

Welp, if you end up switching halfway through I'll just give you a subtle poke that that's what happened, heh. It's all about getting used to it, and once you are, it becomes second nature. Though I've been writing long enough and in enough different scenarios to be able to do most POV's without thinking about it. But then, I'm just awesome like that. ;) :P


And....just rework your current Writing Prompt to be Third Person Past just to start getting into the mindset and we should be good. No need to write an entirely new one. :-) Unless, of course, you want to explore your reworked character a little. :-)

Well don't forget, my first instinct was to RP a Green Lantern. Willpower is the job description.

Nah, Grace just is not his type but I would love to put that in the bio. The poverty stricken, part time magician and Class clown turns down captain of the cheer squad. Gotta up that rep. >:)

I think I will just rewrite it, that may be a little easier than copying the old one and combing through it to change tense and stuff.

Online Vergil TannerTopic starter

"Not his type?" Is she not good enough for him? HM? HRM?!! :P
Nah, turning her down would either make her more determined to get him in bed, or just make her go "Eh, other fish in the sea." Of course, there are two things that might happen. One, he gets a boost in rep, or two, everybody then assumes he's gay. :P

But no problem, do what you think is easiest / most effective for you! :-)

Offline RPG33K

My reaction after losing my work in progress post twice.

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Online Vergil TannerTopic starter

Do you have Google Chrome? If so, go to the Google Store and add the Browser Extension "Lazarus: Form Recovery." It's saved my ass DOZENS of times from having to rewrite 1500+ word posts. >.>

Offline RPG33K

Doubt that will work, I work on a Wii U gamepad. But I am almost done. Just need to rewrite the writing prompt.

Online Vergil TannerTopic starter

No problem! Maybe invest in a laptop at some point ;) :P

Offline RPG33K

NAME: Dalton Carver

AGE: 18

SEX: M

APPEARANCE:

ORIENTATION: Straight

RELATIONSHIP STATUS: Single

TYPE: Gamer, Comedian, Insecure Attention Seeker

POWER THEME: Super Speed, his top speed is unknown to himself due to his general easy going nature and lack of interest. But so far he has reached40mph by pure accident. His top speed however is on the upside of 500mph.

Enhanced Durability: Allows his body to physically withstand the force of his super human running, offers next to no resistance to injury.

Enhanced Reflexes: Allows him to maneuver at high speeds without splatting himself against walls and more or less move as naturally at high speed as others do normally.

Enhanced Healing: Allows Dalton to heal from cuts in days rather than weeks and broken bones in weeks rather than months. Will not regenerate organs or heal mortal wounds.

FLAWS: Glass Canon=Dalton is not fast enough to outrun bullets and as such can be killed by a stray bullet should he get careless. Likewise he can be ambushed and killed before being given a chance to harness his speed if taken off guard.

Fuel to Run=Dalton needs to consume at least three times the recommended calorie intake to remain healthy and safely use his abilities. It is difficult for him to perform around 4,000 calories and at 2,000 he is starving and will be useless.

Out of Shape=Dalton is not physically fit and will need to train to unlock and maintain his highest potential.

Miscellaneous:

-His most pized possession is a Sega Dreamcast, his only functioning gaming console.
-Has two pet rats named Houdini and Copperfield. Sometimes uses them for his magic shows.
-Favorite Comic hero is Green Lantern
-Never actually kissed a girl, gets extremely flustered whenever or if this is ever discovered. His biggest secret.
-Is actually quite good at Chess, but never plays in clubs
-Favorite subject is history

BIO: Dalton was born in a small cow town in Georgia. He doesn't remember much from that time, that being said he does recall his mother telling him he was much happier back then, of course, who isn't happy at five? It was not long after Dalton started school that debt forced his father to close the farm and they moved to New York. Dalton tried to adjust, but his accent marked him as different and his newly impoverished position made it impossible for Dalton to 'keep up' with the other kids. Throughout middle school, Dalton dealt with some light bullying due to his awkward frame, deep southern accent and obvious hand me down clothes. He did manage to make a couple friends, Holly and Trevor but into high school Freshman year, Trevor moved to Japan with his military family and Holly was accepted to a prestigious musical school in Philadelphia.

Despite his problems fitting in early on in elementary and middle school. By his sophomore year of high school Dalton was actually making progress in establishing himself socially. With a colorful sense of humor and tendency to draw attention to himself with joking outbursts or even local talent shows where he performed as a talented magician and comedian. Dalton was actually quite well known by many by his junior year. However, the death of his father and the failing health of his mother placed great pressure on the teenager. By the time he was in his senior year, when Dalton wasn't goofing off in school as if the world didn't seem to weigh on him. He worked as a magician for kids parties part time as well as perform in the local amateur comedy and talent club, the 'Laughing Colanderat' for money to help his home get by as well pay for his mother's medical bills,

When the chance to get away from the stress at the Ski Resort in Colorado opened up, he jumped at it despite hating snow. It was just a chance to unwind. Not to mention ask his crush out, someone he felt rather confident with. But he didn't get the chance,on the second day a freak earthquake hit and cut him short. Bummed he shut himself in upstairs for the rest of the day playing his obsolete Dreamcast, his prized possession.


WRITING PROMPT #3: The laughter echoed through the air. It's melody playing a symphony of enjoyment as the elementary school aged children screamed for more. Dalton smiled with them, dressed in a worn but clean rented black suit which made him look more like a butler than a magic act. He had started the act simple, just like he did with all of them. First drawing the children in with a little illusion where he showed the crowd a playing card, then cut it, before revealing the card to be very much in one piece after some elaborate handy work. This wowed the kids, well, those who were not more entertained by poking him in the leg or just straight up ignoring him. The young performer kept the show up before asking for a volunteer. A young golden haired boy, the birthday boy now eight years old jumped up. Placing the child behind a curtain, he finally revealed his final act, where it appeared as if the kid was actually hovering several inches off the ground.

Of course none of this was 'real' but the glow upon every child's face was clear. To them it was the real deal. Their eyes flashed with bewilderment and intrigue as they tried to figure out his secret. Even some of the adults were surprised at the trick. After the show was wrapped up, Dalton sat down upon a stool and took a question and answers session. Of course many children asked him how he had accomplished his allusions, wasting their questions. But it was the final girl whose question had actually nearly broke through the biggest charade of all.

The faux smile upon Dalton's face.

"Are you happy?" The question was a simple one. The answer should have been. That he wasn't. Dalton had no 'true' friends. Despite nearly the entire school knowing who he was. He never avoids socialization, but between his school work, pulling these jobs, tending to his mother and seeing to his shamble of an apartment. He had no time to actually see to himself. Looking into this innocent young girl's eyes though Daniel did the only thing he could do. In a hushed voice, as if telling a secret to an entire room full of kids.

He lied.

"Of course."

« Last Edit: July 08, 2016, 11:47:35 AM by RPG33K »

Offline RPG33K

Here is the updated character concept, I shall await for feedback.

Online Vergil TannerTopic starter

You might want to take it out of Quote Marks :P

Offline RPG33K

Done.

Online Vergil TannerTopic starter

Ummm.....yeah, looks good. All the issues I had have been resolved. However,

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But after the trip life seemed to return to normal as he continued his schedule of cracking jokes, sliding by in school, performing at school and local events and taking care of his mother.

But little does he know his life is about to change forever.

I'd take that bit out. At the start of the game, that hasn't happened yet, and the powers begin manifesting the very next day, not the week afterwards. So...yeah, just leave it at him going on the Ski Trip. :P

Offline RPG33K

Ummm.....yeah, looks good. All the issues I had have been resolved. However,

I'd take that bit out. At the start of the game, that hasn't happened yet, and the powers begin manifesting the very next day, not the week afterwards. So...yeah, just leave it at him going on the Ski Trip. :P

Oversight, I shall remove. So...accepted?

Also, I noticed that I do not seem to see a IC yet, are we still waiting for that?

And...where did everyone go? I show up and bam! Everyone else disappeared. Maybe they vanished in one of Dalton's magic shows?

Also, to anyone else I am very open to ideas on how my character might get along or know everyone else. What would Dante and Grace think of Dalton 2.0?

Online Vergil TannerTopic starter

Haha, this is the Recruitment Thread, not the OOC, so nobody tends to be here. ;) And we have several IC Threads, the game is going ATM. BUt yes, the concept bio is approved. If you'd like to head over to the Character and Plot OOC:

https://elliquiy.com/forums/index.php?topic=248572.msg12287247#msg12287247

And introduce yourself. Start chatting on there and over PM about your Yearbook; basically, reach out and contact the other players on how your characters know each other. You'll need to have the majority of your Yearbook done before you will be allowed in the OOC Chatterbox (the off-topic OOC) or in the IC threads.

If you send the [ code] of your bio to me - that is, send the bio with the BBcode [ code] and [/ code] without the spaces - I will post it in the Character Thread. :-)