- Mon Jan 16, 2017 11:41 pm
That it is. Isis attack will be taking place soon. As in when I move time ahead here. Summer said she may be able to write some side threads to help out though probably won't be able to return to full capacity since she's busy admin-ing her own site and dealing with her own life, so if we need her help to wrap up those plot lines, we have a possible solution.
I'm super excited that MI5 is developing so much further presently. I think this can lead to some exciting things. They're about the final leg of the major site wide plot line I wrote up those years ago and will lead into the breaking of the statute given the right incentives. I think your adaptation of Kingpin can quite nicely help move that along.
We need to set up standards for our mutants, set up a mutant-focused ad and a muggle-focused ad, and hit the town with advertising. With this high activity level, hopefully we can get some new blood. If we don't, then, well, we know we can move things along as excited and amped as we all are. The important thing is to keep things moving however fast is reasonable given real life obligations all of us have and will have through the years.
The matter with the Statute is how we want to play it. We could allow it to be broken, lead into and play out some of the all-out war and time skip to after the nukes are unleashed, if we wanted to or even simply do a continuous story line without a time skip so long as we keep site events and plots moving. Or, we can lead in and somehow have crisis averted, using the whole Kingpin thing as the new villain in the wake of the Death Eaters, explore their struggle and individual decisions that lead to the ultimate demise or adaptation of the group.
I say we certainly should have some plotting sessions while I'm down at your place, have a few general plot lines and events that we can offer up, string together as makes sense, and see where it leads. Because ultimately, the plot lines are just a general site direction. Fluid roleplay and all the twists and turns it brings is always more fun than, "We're going to do this," and micromanaging all the details.