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Sʜᴀᴅᴏᴡ "Oʜ Mʏ Gᴏᴏᴅɴᴇss!" Lᴀʙʀʏs (
2015-06-09 06:06 am (UTC)
Makai Kingdom World Building:
After the events of the game, Pram the Oracle sealed off her Netherworld from the rest of the Multiverse for an unknown amount of time (though all the Overlords agree it "wasn't long enough") and for unknown reasons. At least, they don't know. In reality it was because she somehow managed to gain
oracle powers and wished to spend time in secrecy developing them.
...only to find out that the Multiverse was basically doomed. A powerful force has been devouring entire Netherworlds at a steady clip. Without them, stability has begun to show signs of weakness and even collasp. In order to fix this, she alerted the most powerful Overlords she knows to come up with a solution. A solution involving lots and lots of guests. Characters can be taken either against their will or with knowledge of what's going on, but either way they will be brought into the realm of the Overlords for the purpose of becoming one themselves. All characters start out with their own customized (though very small) Netherworld, a base of operations, teleporter, a small army composed of various classes from NIS games, and other things.
The goal is to increase the power of yourself, your army, and your Netherworld. All characters will be nerfed upon arrival to make everyone have a fairly equal footing, with a possible level cap to help newer player fit in better. Newer players may also gain levels and powers fast to compete, though power and authority will come from work rather than time in game.
Also, there will be a feature called The Senate in which players can vote to change the state of the game, mechanics, etc. They will also be able to temporarily app NPCs to vote (think multiverse jury duty) and can bring in their own characters to vote on things that other players bring up. Though naturally the mods will have influence as well.
- Lots of player plotting room and decision-making
- Plenty of customization options.
- Humor focused, though not with the sacrifice of plot.
- Clear goals for characters to achieve.
- And much more!
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