I'm thinking of running a D&D 3.5e game focused around the Stronghold Builder's Guidebook. However a player could probably get by without the book, as most of the details of building the stronghold would be handled IC.
The basic premise is that a group of heroes (and possibly a few villains) have been chosen to claim and civilize an island some distance off the coast of a kingdom. The island would be populated by a variety of monsters, with only a small human population, and they would need to work together to survive.
I am thinking that characters would start at level 2. And I would be allowing a variety of character concepts, though I only have a few of D&D 3.5 books.
The characters would be people deemed 'worthy' by one of the kingdom's dukes, and could include a few people who bribed a noble or stole the deed that shows their claim to the island. The only restriction is that they would have to be able to pass as a civilized race and look 'normal', though at level 2 that might not be as much of a problem.
Characters would need to be able to work together at least on the surface. I do however see this game as being fairly political, with PvP and backstabbing happening on occasion. I would prefer that player deaths (at the hands of other players) are kept to a minimum and only happen with good cause.
The game would be located in the Extreme section, and could include a variety of adult content.
Anyone interested? Any comments or criticisms? I will admit that it has been awhile since I ran a D&D game, so a bit of patience would be required by interested players.