Your hometown is in danger. When you learn the truth, will you prevent the catastrophe? Or will you help speed things along?
Current Date: Fourth Month of Hibernal, 117th Day
(This means there are 33 days left in the year- one more month of Hibernal.)
Soleil may be a mountain town thousands of years into the future, but technology doesn't reach this place quickly. Seen as a city stuck in the past, Soleil is the equivalent of modern-day New York, New York- crime included.
Education takes the forefront in this world, even in this hick town. Whether in warfare, science, or the humanities, the overall goal- the civic duty- of a patriot is to advance. This kind of culture has its positives and negatives; those who choose alternative lifestyles tend to be shunned by their peers and neighbors, and are barred from certain positions.
Tabs are kept on most anybody who engages in society, including what they wear, their accent, their education, and even their prescription medications. Each little piece of info you gather on the people around you can be used to reach a higher standing, even if it means that you have to tear other people down to get what you want. No matter what you decide to do, those who are both nearest to and farthest from you will notice.
There are three types of characters: Main, Secondary, and NPC. Main characters will be directly involved in the overarching plot, and is who the player intends to be their most important one. Secondary characters can be just as important, but certain places in the story will be forced to exclude them, with very few exceptions. NPCs are mostly controlled by you yourself whenever you need them, but there will be a handful of NPCs that I ask you not to use directly.
The only other restrictions are:
1) Your main character must have died either at the beginning of/shortly after/ shortly before their first post, seeing as they are invited (not forced, as ultimately no one has to follow the main story) to join the main plot by a talking cat who explains their situation.
2) Do NOT control another player's character without either explicit permission or as a collaborative post. Everything else is pretty much fair game.
The nature of this game allows characters to be from wherever they really want. Major cities will likely still be standing (or you could decide that some of them are going or gone), and you could even make a modern small city out to be metropolis if you want. The world is your oyster.
There is a different calendar system that follows the modern mid-latitude ecological seasons to an extent. For the purpose of this game, the six seasons are divided into 20 months of 30 days, so there are 600 days in a year. This is a really ugly and illogical system, but there is plot relevance, so don't @ me.
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