Angelic Sins

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Costs: Free
Frequency: Every couple days
Email: shadowofreason@gmail.com
URL: http://angelic-sins.forumotion.com/
Type: Fantasy horror
Last-Update: 2009Apr01
Keywords: free, open-ended, www, human, vampire, rpg

Description

Angelic Sins is a new gaming system being created. The system itself supports a variety of characters from mortals to demons and angels as well as space for 'unique' critters. The games themselves, called chapters, have their own set of which types of characters are allowed in that setting. The system is free form, meaning there are no dice to roll and everyone is expected to represent their characters honestly and accurately. As such the admin and moderators of the games will keep players in line if needed so it's a good idea to have one of them look over your character before jumping in. Being forum based, intermediate to advanced writing skills are appreciated so other players aren't hung up on grammatical errors.

Year Zero (the most currently active game in the Angelic Sins system):

The world as we know it is changing for mortal and supernatural alike by leaps and bounds. The vampyres in the Bay Area of California have just revealed themselves to the mortal world. The weres are concerned about what that means for their own survival as they are the most likely supernaturals to be directly affected by the vamps' little coming out party. The world is about to get a lot darker, as witnessed in Redemption and Resurgence.

Before jumping in, talk to the admin.

      


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