Length: 11 Episodes
Synopsis: In the distant future, much of mankind lives in space colonies orbiting a distant star. The people live in prosperity and peace, their criminals and misfits banished to the utterly untamed planet, Chimera. The story follows Thor and his brother, Rai, after they crash on Chimera.
What I think: I really had to skimp on the synopsis because it’s very short, and they make sure to get the absolute most out of every second. It’s a very solid Science Fiction piece. It does a very good job of establishing the characters and world. Chimera itself is an absolute hell of a world, with carnivorous (and mobile) plants the size of elephants, and an even more terrifying human population.
Welcome back, to DIPLOMACY.
Hello, and welcome to a new weekly post series of mine. This series will mostly be talking about game design, but a lot of what I plan to talk about will also be applicable to mother forms of media, like world building. I’ll be making game design posts on all types of game design, but you will likely see me talk most about tabletop RPGs most, since those are the games I find most interesting. But enough of that, onto the post!
Today is a momentous day, for we have gotten a new chat. Gone are the days of chatroll, with its terrible PM system, and terribleness. Now we are living in the days of Slack.
The old chat is now obsolete, and not used. To receive an invitation to the new chat, PM Bucky or LL with an email address to use.
Slack is so excellent. It supports so many things, and has so many integrations. Sometime in the next few days, I’ll publish a tutorial on how to use it from within a minecraft client.
Any questions, ask below!