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Greetings People of Second Life!! I want to do a shout out about this amazing Role Play sim that I have come to have as my home. The players are great to RP with, the admin/lead team members are phenomenal with their collaborations and working together to provide a fun place to play for everyone that loves the medieval fantasy worlds. It is adult themed, too! Your character can cuss and sit in their bathhouse named Siren's Den or their Onsen all nude with nary an out of character fuss! There are rules, of course, but they are all very logical and reasonable. I have watched the lead team stand by their rules and find creative solutions to issues. I do implore you, oh seeker of the fantasy role play, to check out the links below and see what you think! Who knows, we may even cross paths in our stories and make a grand time of it!! Until next we meet! ~Lizzie Dyson https://novusascending.wixsite.com/secondlife https://www.flickr.com/groups/2975277@N23 https://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Wish%20Mountain/112/128/1005
We have a ranger and bard, but we need 4 or 5 more players to round off the team. IF INTERESTED, contact Threshin Barnett inworld Game Style: Critical Role type P&P (for those who are unfamiliar, you can find Critical Role on youtube.) Game output: Voice and type (players are not required to speak on voice, but the GM/DM will be doing so.) Campaign style: A balanced Mix of combat and story with scaling combat difficulty to allow players to feel out the game and GM/DM. Suggestions: Keep notes. Good, detailed notes. On a notepad outside of sl. Keep a firm hold on your sense of humor, there may be glitter. Provided: one on one work with backstory and any issues that might arise. Including a walk-through of the dndbeyond website to create a character if assistance is needed. Guild Dice. Forbidden (cue dark and mysterious music): Trolling, griefing and meta gaming. Game day/times: Fridays 5-6 SLT pm (times may run late, depending on game and schedules of players.) Story tease: (scene set: Elderly woman sits at a window, staring blindly into the darkness, tears spilling down her face as a raspy whisper breathes over her chapped lips): Be careful, my childe, don't stray through those hills. In the valley beyond, the very land kills. Be wary, my childe, of each shadow, each stone, and never, oh never, walk you alone. Be certain, my childe, that you wish to take this path. For once you are in, there is no coming back..... Welcome to Cartouncia, a nation lost to the rest of the lands. It's a place of secrets, a place of mysteries, a place where people would just as soon slit your throat as look at you. Are you strong enough to survive? Can your cunning save you from a dagger in the back? Will your magic save you from being a tree? Join us and find out.
Hello! I'm pretty new to scripting, in which I mean that I don't know how to at all, lol! I would however like some help learning, or figuring out if there's a script that already exists that I need. So, some friends and I are starting just a mini rp-sim kinda thing that's very loosely based on D&D in which it uses dice rolls, a grid system, and a bit of math to add or subtract health from either players or monsters that they're fighting. Since a lot of them have lower-end PCs the traditional fighting and battle huds won't work for us, since a lot of them require your character to physically move around and attack/hit other players with certain weapons and whatnot. A lot of time some of them lag a lot more than others who have higher end PCs, so it makes the fighting unfair and not very fun. I've been trying for a while to figure out how to make a HUD, or a script that when you click on object you're wearing it'll bring up a menu and do the following: Set a base HP amount, so when you level up your HP can be increased. Type in an amount to either add or subtract from your HP and it'll automatically do the math and show above your head, or the monster's head. So like "42/100 HP" I'm just not sure where to start with all of that, and I've been looking for about an hour or more. Any help or advice would be greatly appreciated!!