I have some thoughts I'd like to discuss right now. I'll start by referring to our chronology, and how I think it can help us set up missions.
Let's say someone has an idea to run Mission A to Dantooine. Let's say that mission is Site Wide worthy. The mission begins, but someone else has an unrelated Site Wide idea - Mission B to Teth. Using our chronology, we could perhaps simply state the dates in the first post of each respective Site Wide (or if a Group Mission is important enough, that too) so we can slot it into our chronology. Hell. Mission B could take place before Mission A, if you can see where I'm coming from.
It means that people who have ideas, and want to put them down on E-paper, can do so, without having to wait the RL months for a Site Wide to conclude. I will stress this however. If the two Site Wides are intended to be part of what I will now dub, a Saga, or a Campaign, then I would strongly recommend they be told in proper chronological order, allowing one to finish before another begins. However, reading spoilers are a personal preference, so all material sensitive to a previous Site Wide in it's Saga's chronology, that it be placed in spoiler tags, left out completely, or leave the timing and setting of the site-wides ambiguous and place them in the official timeline afterwards.
Of course, if the Site Wides are not part of the same Saga, or at least, are only slightly connected/chronologically set after or before one another, this rule can be ignored.
It's a good thought. The only issue I can see is that this would make it slightly more difficult to fudge chronology later (as we've had to do with certain Missions in the past). However, that's a pretty minor snag in what seems like a useful suggestion to me.
I think this would be good. Logistics might be an issue, and no GM deserves to be asked to run two site-wides at once, so communication would be key. But I think this is an excellent idea, and, since site-wides tend to have the most impact on the meta-plot, would make it feel like we're more actively shaping the galaxy/course of the war.
Darth Xaos: Sure, I'll take a look.
Jan 26, 2021 17:29:22 GMT
Darth Exolus: Hey Xaos. I'm wondering if you can help me with a fanon article I'm writing. Mind if I message you the details? You're in a unique position to help me with some info I might have wrong.
Jan 26, 2021 4:34:28 GMT
Darth Reaver: ok, I know i've been promising to post a fanfic for weeks now, but honestly I'm just wiped nearly every day dealing with the maskholes and covidiots who come into the shopping centre I work in. I will get around to posting it soon
Jan 24, 2021 14:20:26 GMT
Darth Reaver: Sorry for not posting the fanfic last week. RL interfered. Hopefully will be able to do it tommorrow
Jan 22, 2021 17:34:22 GMT
Darth Exolus: Exolus also became K'mâ-Urûi Âdzâd.
Jan 14, 2021 4:22:26 GMT
Darth Exolus: What took the longest part was renaming all the clans and Sith Lords into as close to Kittat as I could without mental gymnastics. My favorite to rename was Naga Sadow as Nah'w-Agâ Chahjdow.
Jan 14, 2021 4:20:49 GMT
Darth Exolus: There's that fanon article I had cooking for a while up.
Jan 14, 2021 4:10:36 GMT
Darth Xaos: @ Ares: He always had it. Always. He had an 8-pack in the womb.
Jan 14, 2021 2:08:11 GMT
Darth Xaos: @ Ex: He kills multiple people and I guess it technically doesn't show him burning down the temple since it opens with the temple already ablaze but that's a bit of a technicality.
Jan 14, 2021 2:07:15 GMT
Darth Exolus: Is this the same one where he literally doesn't burn down the Jedi Temple or kill anyone?
Jan 14, 2021 0:56:42 GMT
Ares: Does it show how he got his 8-pack
Jan 13, 2021 22:52:09 GMT
Darth Xaos: Hey, guys, if you haven't read the Rise of Kylo Ren miniseries yet then I highly recommend it. It's short but it's good and is the best look we've had yet at both the Jedi under Luke and the Knights of Ren.
Jan 13, 2021 18:06:29 GMT
Darth Xaos: Lol Allow me to rephrase: a good read.
Jan 13, 2021 0:59:22 GMT
Ares: 'interesting' oh no
Jan 12, 2021 23:18:59 GMT
Darth Xaos: @ Kairos: Interesting read. It feels in many ways like an indirect sequel to the Death of Darth Xaos. I hope you get inspired to do a part 2.
Jan 12, 2021 21:51:44 GMT
Darth Kairos: I wrote something myself set in the old canon. It's pretty silly but I wanted to get it out of my head. Couldn't finish the whole thing so consider it a part 1 if I decide I want to write more.
Jan 12, 2021 11:12:10 GMT