To be more effective with plotting my whodunit game, I'd like to know if people want to have it:
A) as a part of actual RPG (requires the person to have a sane reason to enter the Senkei Manor) or
B) as an AU game (anyone can enter but most likely cannot be involved straightly to the actual game + maybe requires every character to have already 3 active threads? Must ask from the admins).
(In any case, currently I'm planning to have this in New!HT as soon as it's opened. However, if it's delayed, Old!HT is fine, too.)
It was suggested that if it case A), we could arrange similar games to other areas to allow all willing people to have this kind of game. Though I'm not sure if I have enough imagination for several games...
So, opinions? Both are fine for me, but I'd like to know which of those is preferred by you
Last Edit: Mar 21, 2012 6:53:23 GMT -5 by Nutwoman
Some information from discussion between Sable and me...
If we want include more characters than just people hanging among FN nobles, there is two options: playing a regular AU game or arranging an event. With an AU game, Sable said that the "2 already existing normal games per character" rule still applies, to make sure that the major weigh of the playing is still on the regular RPG. With the event option, we didn't talk much yet, but at least she said that in that case, I must send all the details to the admins to allow them to check them out (that's not a problem), plus the event can't be arranged during first 1-2 months of the opening the new site (to make sure that people settle down to the actual RPG first).
That kind of in-between information. I'm not sure which option I'm more willing to take, but I've one condition: I want that there is at least 2-3 detectives in the game, to make it more interesting.
Aaaand if it's the event option, I have 1-2 months plus limbo time to think all the details through. Or even come up with even more games