V.A.N.I.S.H. undercover: Discussion

Somebody has to play the villain, and that person might as well be me. :stuck_out_tongue:

Which reminds me, I need to actually play that bad gal. Here we go.

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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.

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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. . .

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I suppose.

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applauds Well done @PlͥⱥgͣuͫeDoctor! Wonderful post!

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Thanks. I know it was a little dark, but I hope it was okay.

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Understandable, however, as an agent of G.O.N.E. it’s expected.

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-Smiles darkly- So true. Would you like a fortune cookie?

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Raises eyebrow Is it poisoned?

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Now why would I do that? Actually don’t answer that.

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Very well, I won’t. what answer where you expecting?

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I was speaking in my character, because he would poison just about anyone if he needed

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Truth be known.

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An excellent plan. :clap: 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. :stuck_out_tongue:

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.

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I’ve noticed :smirk:

You’ve improved them actually!

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That can easily be reversed depending on certain role-plays hahaha.

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I think I’ll just be a person that stumbles upon ya’ll but doesn’t join, is that ok?

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Haha, the famous cameo appearance. :laughing:

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Yah, :grinning:

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By the way, my apartment isn’t open air.

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