Perhaps a discovery of such a magnitude occurs once every century. When scientists learned the secrets to inter-dimensional travel, and that the world had several duplicates, each one completely different from our own world, life as we knew changed forever. The US government has dedicated billions of dollars of resources to the program, and is currently funding the newest foray into a fantastic new world.
And the government needs your help.
There will be a regiment of 200 soldiers and 10 scientists to set up and begin exploration for the Alpha Outpost in World 49.
Only the best need apply.
No questions asked.
You will be briefed upon your arrival.
Equipment will be military standard, but personal items are encouraged.
OTHER WORLDS: World 49
With my return to this awesome community I would like to pitch myself a little idea. I plan on creating an RP, in the Pen and Paper style, in which a group of young men and women embark on a quest for discovery. I have fleshed out the world, but I do not want to spoil the surprises I have in store for any potential players. So I must ask for some faith. Trust me when I say that you will not be disappointed. The object of the RP is simply to learn and discover as much as you can about this amazing world. I plan on having story arcs in an episodic manner, with my master posts as GM forwarding the clock and plot. I am excited for this idea, and would like to get it off the ground. Trust me when I say that there won’t be a boring moment.
Players can apply for a position as military, or as one of the 10 scientists. Players applying for a role as a scientist will need to show a knack for role playing, a well drawn out character, and will have to pass some hard core scrutiny before I accept them. Military players will come across new information about the game as in proceeds, while scientist players will be briefed before hand, and will be given information dumps as a part of their role. Also the ability to BS some pseudo science will likely be need by the scientist characters.
Thanks for the consideration; I know it’s hard to say yes to a new project where the information is scant at best. I really hope this goes somewhere though.
Thanks again, TTFN.