Hokay, so I’ve been working on the Big Honking Crossover for some time now, and I’d like to put it to the test.
Let’s role, people (see, that was a pune, or a play on words). This open to seven players (to start), though really, if you want out or in at any time, just PM me.
(ps: make sure to read the master document. The only stuff of concern to you is Era 1 information)
(pps: Also, check out the FU system document, it’s what we’ll be using for characters and dice rolling and such. No FU points though.)
The date: February 2016
The place: Tokyo, Japan
Japan is picking itself back up after the destruction the Angels brought. It’s amazing what people can endure. Chunks of the country are still without electricity, running water, or infrastructure, but they’re making do with what they have. The pokemon now running free were easily trained and more than useful to the populace.
Pope Maximilian I, Aang Tenzin Gyatso, and other world religious leaders have arrived in the remains of Tokyo for the fourth council of the Harmony Restoration Movement, as well as to provide aid, comfort, and support to the citizenry of Japan, and to dedicate the memorial for those lost in the Angel attacks and Third Impact. Bei Fong Industries has picked up the tab for security, sending no small number of mercenaries as a friendly gesture. Alongside them are a veritable army of aid workers, various ecumenical representatives, individuals here to see the council or pay their respects to the fallen, paranatural investigators and scientists studying the Geofront and the LCL sea within, and various other travelers. All in all, there are a considerable number of foreigners in Japan at the moment.
You all meet in a public cafeteria (really, it’s closer to a bread line). For whatever reason, you all have come to the wreckage and ruins of Tokyo, and you all happened to pick the same table for your doling out of rice and curry.
For dice rolls go as such:
Backup Players, for when the time is appropriate
EDIT: That's seven, folks. Sorry if you didn't get in, but stick around: it may open up again in the future.