Rot Infiltrates the Sacred Order of Cunningham's Children's Home
Open / just starting
Plot type / speed:
This is likely to be a meandering type of plot rather than anything linear
Riverside [Westside Children's Home]
PCs to play either orphans or caretakers
RE: SC plot's
of using babby Rot to infiltrate the Order of Cunningham
Since right now the Order is mostly npcs, I'd really need PCs and players besides me to make it worth infiltrating as an organization. Otherwise it would be just Rot roleplaying with me, and two person roleplay only really works for romances or buddy-plots.
would be grand. The Order of Cunningham is a religious Order. They'll take any orphan children, though if they turn out to be psychopaths or adults in child bodies or in some other way a danger to the other children there, they'll be removed. (If they're caught, of course.) Orphans can be assumed to be automatically accepted. Just post a brief description of them in the Riverside thread, location [Westside Children's Home]
. If you want them to have already lived there for a while, that's fine. Otherwise, they can turn up on the doorstep, either alone or accompanied by an NPC who is trying to find them shelter.
Also needed: Adult caretakers
, preferably members of the Order. It isn't terribly strict, as religions go, and pretty much any PC who wants to can claim to be a member and they're unlikely to be challenged. But the ones hired to work at an orphanage would need to be somewhat more virtuous than the average Nexus citizen. And, in particular, the Order are strong believers in celibacy outside of marriage.
They let Tia work for them, even though she was neither a member, nor celibate, so it isn't an absolute requirement. But they would certainly fire her if she was being flagrant about her dalliances with Milos and Atticus, and never would have hired her if she'd still been a succubus. As far as marriage goes, if there were wedding vows made that the parties consider to be life-long, it's considered marriage in their eyes, whether it's interspecies or same sex or poly-amorous. However, even married people would be expected to behave with decorum in public. Being married doesn't mean you can make out in the playground during the kids recess.
The sexual thing isn't the primary focus of their faith - which is kindness towards others - but since it's the most likely to disqualify Nexus characters, I figured I'd go into some detail.