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His Will Be done, His Remydom come...

WELCOME TO REMYVILLE!

Gate price: $500

Additional Fee for the 16 other Parks, like REpcot Center and RMY Studious: $your soul.





I'm all about the shpif. My existentialism presentation: everyone knew I was unprepared, but they still liked it. I'm all about that.

I just had my last class of my undergraduate career. I'm a little bewildered. Once finals are over and I actually really take some time to think about this, I'm gonna phreak.

But that's not now. Now, I'm actually taking a moment to flip stress the bird and chill out.



So anyway, Missi and I on tuesday had a talk about her writing, and some of what I saw as the weaknesses, and ways she could improve. One such excersise was making varied Whitewolf characters, and she related one to me today that she made a bit ago. Suffice it to say, I thought it was a cool character, and had alot of story potential, so much so in fact, that it inspired a campaign.



Setting: Kerrington, a small city in massachucets. A very suburban, WASP town. Population roughly 17,000.

General concept: characters will be from (preferably) Mage, Changling, and- with some convincing, a Werewolf. It would take herculean convincing to allow a vampre for this reason: this campaign will center on J.Q.Aadams Middle School, and the characters will range in age from 11-13ish (again, none of this is set in stone, but the basic premise is that the players will be middle school kids).



With luck, we'll be starting sometime in January, near the end. With luck, we'll be playing in my apartment. Anywho, if you're interested in this campaign, talk to me, we'll see what's what. Hash out some ideas, etc. It's all very up in the air at the moment.



I love my three dollar silk shirt.
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