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Updated as of A Duplicitous Brother in Arms --[[User:Skylei|Skylei]] ([[User talk:Skylei|talk]]) 23:09, 19 May 2015 (UTC)
 
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I have a large curiosity regarding this Arc and the new "battle system" you've developed. As a large scale RP, this Arc is bound to affect those who would otherwise not necessarily get involved. Upon being drawn into the conflict through events such as major destruction of a forest or an unnatural blizzard in the Underdark, what of those people who would by all logic need to respond to such events but do not agree with the premise or implementation of this battle system? Many of the concepts (two rounds, post limits, hmail battles, secret judges, etc) are cause of serious concern to a number of players; it seems somewhat on the borderline of the game rules to disallow participation in RP unless one has agreed to predetermined rules of which they have no say. While dueling has been the norm for settling disputes in the game since nearly its inception, the stakes and mechanics of those duels were always agreed upon by the players involved, not a third party. ~ [[User:Tiphareth|Tiphareth]] ([[User talk:Tiphareth|talk]]) 18:28, 20 May 2015 (UTC)

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Data Geeking. Skylei and I were curious about the regional breakdown of the arc.

Note for geeks: Below is a table which tracks which regions in which the rps in the arc have taken place. Some regions when tagged drag with it a greater region (for example, tag Trist'oth and you get the Underdark too; tag Vailkrin and you get Dark Lands; tag Frostmaw and you get Xalious Mountain Ranges), so only the most specific region is counted in the table below to avoid double counting. So an rp in Trist'oth is counted only as Trist'oth and not as the Underdark as well.

Sage forest RPs are lumped in with Kelay-Sage rps, but Kelay Town rps are separate.

RPs which move through distinct areas can be counted twice. For example, there was an RP that moved from the Underdark to Kelay-Sage. That counts as both.

Region Frequency
Cenril 4
Craughmoyle 2
Frostmaw 13
Gualon 1
Kelay Town 9
Kelay-Sage 14
Milous Plains 2
Nameless Desert 1
Trist'oth 12
Underdark 8
Vailkrin 2
Xalious Mountain Range 4
TOTAL^ 72

^The total number of rps in the arc is actually 71. The total may be higher because people move across regions within scenes sometimes.

The total number of PCs in the arc: 44

Updated as of It's a Dark, Dark, Dark World. --Gevurah (talk) 03:38, 18 May 2015 (UTC)

Updated as of A Duplicitous Brother in Arms --Skylei (talk) 23:09, 19 May 2015 (UTC)


I have a large curiosity regarding this Arc and the new "battle system" you've developed. As a large scale RP, this Arc is bound to affect those who would otherwise not necessarily get involved. Upon being drawn into the conflict through events such as major destruction of a forest or an unnatural blizzard in the Underdark, what of those people who would by all logic need to respond to such events but do not agree with the premise or implementation of this battle system? Many of the concepts (two rounds, post limits, hmail battles, secret judges, etc) are cause of serious concern to a number of players; it seems somewhat on the borderline of the game rules to disallow participation in RP unless one has agreed to predetermined rules of which they have no say. While dueling has been the norm for settling disputes in the game since nearly its inception, the stakes and mechanics of those duels were always agreed upon by the players involved, not a third party. ~ Tiphareth (talk) 18:28, 20 May 2015 (UTC)