Started by Jinxie, September 14, 2016, 09:10:50 PM
Quote from: Adhira on January 01, 2014, 07:15:46 PMI could give a shit about wholesome.
Quote from: Jinxie on September 14, 2016, 09:50:54 PMThanks, I think I will come up with a new concept that is a bit more forgiving to learn the setting and behaviors properly, the way Cabbage originally suggested. I do have a question about what he meant by "denied" though. Do they go over a character creation process and make sure its accurate? Is a deny a hard deny? or do admins give feedback and suggestions on how to make it thematically appropriate?
Quote from: Lizzie on September 14, 2016, 09:56:22 PMJinxie, the trouble with your story that wouldn't mesh in Arm, is that her ability to speak was removed in an attempt to prevent her from telling anyone who her master is/was. Armageddon has psionics, and every person on the planet has the ability to psionically contact and communicate with each other. In order to have -that- removed, you'd need staff intervention - a special application, that could take weeks - or even months - to get approved, before you can ever play that character.As the cabbage and sookie say - start small. Make a generic human who comes fresh off the turnip farm (in this case - the chalton ranch), eager to find her way around the big city and make her fortune. Consider it a rite of passage. If you make it through that one, then you'll be ready for the next challenge.
Quote from: a strange shadow on May 11, 2011, 05:56:22 PMLet the wookie win.
Quote from: IAmJacksOpinion on May 20, 2013, 11:16:52 PMMasks are the Armageddon equivalent of Ed Hardy shirts.
Quote from: a french mans shirt on September 16, 2016, 02:07:41 AMWest side of the rinth is human, east side is elven/other. Breed can technically go both sides but they're likely more welcome east. I once had a rinthi elf who was killed because I went west and didn't understand there was a difference.
Quote from: Reiloth on September 16, 2016, 02:05:19 PMQuote from: a french mans shirt on September 16, 2016, 02:07:41 AMWest side of the rinth is human, east side is elven/other. Breed can technically go both sides but they're likely more welcome east. I once had a rinthi elf who was killed because I went west and didn't understand there was a difference.This is a relatively new player reinforced concept. It isn't documented anywhere. It also isn't documented that Southsiders should be met with immediate distrust. Considering a large population of people who virtually live in the Rinth are outcasts, spice heads, gamblers who skipped the vig, and well, Southsiders it's a little incongruous. However, having these things clarified in the "What you know Labyrinth" may assuage confusion.
Quote from: http://www.armageddon.org/help/view/Labyrinth%20DetailsGeographically and demographically the 'rinth is made up of two distinct areas - the Westside and the Eastside. The Westside's population is, for the most part, made up of humans while the Eastside's is mainly elves. This has led to a futher sub-division of 'rinth culture as the two main population groups generally keep to themselves and view each other with mistrust and suspicion despite the fact that the general social structure and day-to-day life for most occupants of the 'rinth is the same.[...]Given the above, it is no surprise that the average 'rinther will generally treat a fellow inhabitant of the alleys with considerable suspicion and mistrust upon first meeting them. This attitude is often magnified when a Westsider meets an Eastsider or vice versa. However, this Westside - Eastside mutual suspicion would probably not be as great as a situation where a 'rinther meets a person who is not from the alleys. All other things being equal, a 'rinther would be more likely to side with another 'rinther than somebody not from the alleys. However, this "bond" is loose at best and, as a 'rinther, not one you'd like to have to depend on.[...]This, coupled with the fact that the general citizenry and militia of Allanak avoid this dark ghetto, has given most 'rinthers an insular "them vs. us" attitude. A person not from the 'rinth found wandering the alleys would be viewed with a deal of suspicion. After all, why would any sane person willingly come into such a filthy and dangerous place?
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