Here is where you may discuss London’s Call. I hope you enjoy the adventure. tips hat
To whom it may concern,
London’s Call is a very unique and special role play with many untraditional characters and plots.
It is not, in fact, a closed role play and can be joined by contacting @ScienceSiren and myself.
Again, this RP is very unique and requires a certain level of commitment and creativity.
If you believe you would be able to benefit the storyline please submit your characters and ideas for consideration and Artemis will deliver a reply shortly.
(For your convenience, Artemis:)
If you don’t mind inquiry. What’s the basic plotline/storyline/plan-of-action for this story?
Are you referring to the setting or the storyline itself?
There are going to be different chapters following our friends through their adventures to basically save the world as we know it.
Oo! Sounds interesting!
From… what? (Btw I don’t think I’ll actually be joining, I’m just curious)
An unknown genius who causes havoc with mechanical beings that look exactly like humans.
Like… humanoid automatons??
Minus the fog power, yes.
More clockwork and simply disguised in French masquerade fashion, but yes.
So, I’ve been reading Dickens lately for a book report. Since this story carries London vibes*, I wrote it in a similar style to Dickens.
If you can barely understand what I wrote, I suggest two things: First, don’t read David Copperfield. Second, let me know so I can tone it down a bit
* Yes, sister. I know David Copperfield isn’t set in London. However, it’s around the same time period, no?
Actually, a few point plots happen in London.
I think you did quite well. It was enjoyable to read.
The more I read about this, the more I’m thinking. . .
By Paul Hudson from United Kingdom - Clockwork robot, CC BY 2.0,https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=58248749
There are a lot of Doctor Who episodes about clockwork humanoids – one of them even takes place in 18th century France. I just thought it was funny.
Anyway, I’m liking the roleplay so far!
Hmm, creepy but cool!! I was reminded of these clockwork ladies-in-waiting from a book called Miss Bianca, I think it was. It’s about a mouse that rescues an orphan from a mean duchess’s castle.
Man… those things are Freaky.
Which is why it will be such a pleasure to smash them to pieces.