Game_Txt.exe booting up…
All systems… OPERATIONAL
World "Kanto" is unresponsive
Campaign starting up…
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"Hello! My name is Professor Siber, and I'm a Pokemon Historian! This world was inhabited by creatures called Pokemon. For some people, they were used as pets! Others used them for fights. Myself, I study the history of Pokemon's extinction as a profession.
"First off, what's your name?
"XXXXX? Great! So your name is XXXXX!
"This is your rival. He has oppressed the people of the world through the forced implementation of advanced technology and military force!
"Err… What was his name again?
"__________? That's right, I remember! His name is __________!
"XXXXX, your very own Pokemon legend is about to unfold. A world of dystopian nightmares, environmental mishaps, and species extinction is about to begin. Let's go!"
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Welcome all, to the world of Kanto! This intro is just a small piece of what the world has to offer. Pokemon are near extinct, so much so that they are presumed myths, and technology reigns in the region. Pokemon Centers have been destroyed, and cities have been replaced by forts and futuristic buildings.
You do not need to be a Pokemon expert to take part in this campaign, nor do you need to know all about D&D, as this is a combination of the two games. If you would like to partake in this dystopian endeavor, I only ask for a sample of your roleplaying style. After I have verified the first person will I ask you to make your character–I will be rolling for your starter Pokemon >:) However, you can ask for a particular type of Pokemon.
A big thing in this campaign is: your character won't be fighting–there's a way that you can do your class, or what I call, "Trainer Path." As for background, I will have to know what kind of person your character is. One final thing: your character must be humanoid. If you have an idea involving your character (or someone else's!), feel free to share with me.
- All of Andrew's rules apply.
- Hate the character, not the player.
- Please, no one-liners, especially in D&D.
- I have the right to say no, whether it be referring to your character's backstory, your roleplaying sample, etc.
- If you feel that I (or another player) am being unfair, don't be afraid to tell me, and I'll settle the issue.
I can't wait to play with you! (Also, thanks for reading all of this!)