There's no place like home. Whether in the suburbs of Inside, a desolate mountain cabin, a dingy flat somewhere... this is where PCs live. This is a meta-location, as the houses themselves may be many miles apart from one another. Or in separate dimensions.
If you want an address in this thread, please PM me and I will post the locations in this post.
123 Generic Drive: Home of John and Jack Doe and their daughter Jane. PM <player name 1> or <player name 2> if you want to interact here. Located near Inside and the Taverna Generica.
Mary's House: Home of Mary Moe. Located many miles from Town civilization in an isolated mountain valley. Unlikely to be found by someone who doesn't know where it is. Mary Moe's player is <player name 3>.
1. Please post location tags on each post. Ex: [123 Generic Drive] or [Doe House]
2. The players who own each residence control what goes on within it. A residence is a quasi-PC and cannot be godmodded. You can attempt to break in / burn it down / knock on the door, etc, but it is up to the player controlling the home to let you know what happens next. If a player wants to make their home entirely impervious to everything, that is their right (however boring that might be). Players are permitted to make additional ooc rules if they want that apply to their own homes. By entering their property, you are agreeing to roleplay within their cosmology.
3. Play nice. Any disagreements between players, please take it to one of the OOC threads or PMs.
1312 Hidden Valley Road: Home of Judy the Assassin and Mint, their daughter, Xerina, and adopted Grey Render; Rocky. Players: Lex-kat, Quinsar, Neon Knight
Eldena's Cottage: The dwelling of the Viera red mage Eldena. On the outskirts of Town. Not very difficult to find. Appears to be shaped out of a tree. That's because it was. Yay magic! People are free to enter and exit as they please. But don't break anything unless Eldena is there. Player: Viera champion
Clearing in the woods - A one story log cabin built in a large clearing in the woods not far from the Dancing Fox Inn. Complete with wooden fence. This is the residence of Zaydon, Opie, and Kate. Anybody can stop by, but if nobody's home, the place will be locked. Zaydon and Opie's players are KerfuffleMach2, and Kate's player is celtois.
Junkyard workshop - In a junkyard in the ACROverse, what looks to be a shoddy shack has been built. This building was made by Runner before he joined GLoG. Inside is a high tech workshop and laboratory. The building has very high security, and any attempt to break in immediately causes the workshop to alert Runner, which will bring him over to investigate. Runner and Sentry both have security access. Runner's player is KerfuffleMach2, and Sentry's player is FaceofEvil.
Alhana's Dwelling - In the far reaches of Acro can be found the nice little wooden house of the banished elven princess, Alhana Starbreeze. She made it herself with some magical help from man known as Lee. On the outside and inside are intricately carved designs. It has two bedrooms a kitchen and a bathroom. Player: Viera champion
The House of the Rising Sun - Large house on a headleand facing the Emerald Sea, which, by strange happenstance, borders both Town and Acronymia. Home to Natasha, Oracle of the Dawn, and occasionally Khiansa Daggerfall, adventurer, and Natasha's sometimes lover.
Player: Kid Kris
Anyone can drop by to seek the Oracle's wisdom, or rest in the gardens, or just to say hi and share a pot of tea, but please PM, as the player may not read the thread. Further Description, may update.
4224 Wing House - Home of George Kingsley. Player: Gimliggamer
75 Ocean Rd - Daisuke's new house, this house is near the beach, and has a mixture of traditional Japanese styling and modern comforts. Player: horngeek
New Rock Household
A nice place in the city's suburban area, just inside the walls. It was specially built to appear larger on the inside than it does on the outside. It has the works - White picket fence, workshed out back, spacious basement(with attached laundry room), a study, kitchen, bedrooms, guest room(with it's own bathroom), living room, parlor, dining room, entry hall, three bathrooms...Everything a typical suburban family could want, complete with a nice hardwood floor.
Darn shame Lucas and Lillith are turning the study into a room meant solely for displaying adventuring trophies, and Arthur's going to be using the workshed for his crazy experiments. The neighbors are going to complain, no doubt.
Players: blackouttwo and Artemis97
123456789101112 Nonexistence Lane.
Lying atop a dune in the desert, there is a house, which is covered in snow. Wait, snow? In a desert?
Weird. Well, it is snowing over the house, and there's sand everywhere else. Cornelius smiles as he enters his little house, squeaking a rubber duck happily.
Dr, Bath's Dolly!
Avatar by the amazing Teutonic Knight
Set against the idyllic backdrop of the Emerald Sea, the House sits comfortably on a headland on the eastern coast, a low, elegant construction with a rather large array of gardens and a white, curving wall around it, sweeping gracefully from cliff edge to cliff edge, except for the middle, where the wall rises up into an arch, enclosing a handsome, wrought iron gate with various sunburst patterns.
Through the gate is a shady path of white gravel, which subtly snakes its way through the grounds until it reaches the House, a duo of low, single story buildings draped elegantly around a tall tower, open at the top, with water tanks clearly visible.
The front door of the main building is large and oaken, with a large brass sun in the center, with a brass knocker, inviting you to enter, and meet the inhabitant of the House, the woman known as the Oracle of the Dawn.
The far end of the hall has a large wood carving of a rising sun, mirroring the intricately detailed mosaic on the floor, with two doors, one on either side. On the right is a full dining table, with 10 chairs stacked against the wall, and on the left is a glass case, inside of which is a large metal golem, about 3 meters tall, made out of some strange sky blue metal, adorned with emblems of a bright sunburst on its chest, back and shoulders, painted on in brilliant gold. Various other displays and tasteful works of art adorn the various corners of the room.
Originally Posted by IronStylus (on boobplates)
I still consider myself a feminist despite having a biological attraction to certain parts of female anatomy and the desire to now and again see plate metal curvaceously wrapping around their sensual forms in a cradle of cold, sumptuous, steel.
Last edited by Kris on a Stick : 12-16-2009 at 02:46 AM.
Hey thats not fair if I knew we were having a competition I would have done something like this.
And with that she does an almost endless series of backwards handsprings like all the cool women in action movies do.