I caught that Daisy Ridley play on words… Very clever.
Yeah……I was wondering if anyone would notice!
Also, @Exploding_Kitten - thanks for the spring! I’ll try to respond as soon as I can.
Somebody has to play the villain, and that person might as well be me.
Which reminds me, I need to actually play that bad gal. Here we go.
Go ahead! Please! I really like your idea!
Nope! I’m not a Marvel person.
Don’t worry, you wouldn’t be.
I was actually going to come up with villains (agents of G.O.N.E.) as the story progressed. Since not very many of you would willingly play the other side.
If it isn’t too much to ask, could you please be a letter instead of a number? That’s how the other agents are listed. . .
applauds Well done @PlͥⱥgͣuͫeDoctor! Wonderful post!
Thanks. I know it was a little dark, but I hope it was okay.
Understandable, however, as an agent of G.O.N.E. it’s expected.
-Smiles darkly- So true. Would you like a fortune cookie?
Raises eyebrow Is it poisoned?
Now why would I do that? Actually don’t answer that.
Very well, I won’t. what answer where you expecting?
I was speaking in my character, because he would poison just about anyone if he needed
Truth be known.
An excellent plan. A good RPG rule of thumb is this: if you want to run an RPG, always have at least 3 spare villain character ideas in your back pocket, because everyone wants to be the heroes.
Of course, the RPG rule of thumb for playing an RPG that I tend to follow is to go against the crowd myself as I find that leads to more interactions and interesting story. Hopefully I haven’t ruined your plan, heh.
You’ve improved them actually!
That can easily be reversed depending on certain role-plays hahaha.
I think I’ll just be a person that stumbles upon ya’ll but doesn’t join, is that ok?