distressedude: (Nyoro~n...)
Fon Master Ion ([personal profile] distressedude) wrote in [community profile] luceti 2012-09-01 02:59 am (UTC)

Event Name: HONEY, I SHIFTED THE VILLAGE: THE EVENT: THE MISSION: THE EXPERIMENT: THE BROADWAY MUSICAL...
Who to credit: Sararararah
Event Description: Not so much an event suggestion as something that could be included as part of a regular event, in combination with a mission.

Experiments in Luceti are all the resuts of testing shifts, right? Well, what if there was a mission for highly intelligent Lucetians to try their hand at Shifting technology? Considering how long the Malnosso have been studying shifts, they probably wouldn't learn anything right away. Maybe initially the Malnosso only wanted the mission to deal with learning Shifting basics, like "Make it rain on a day previously set for sunshine" or "Shift this stack of books into this bookshelf". But for someone who's never used the technology, there's bound to be a few mishaps...

And unfortunately, the target of these shifts happens to be Luceti itself.

Whether the missioned character(s) know of this beforehand (thus, is aware that the experiment was the result of their own blunder) or finds out afterwards (comes back bragging about supposedly mastering shifts only to learn oops-I-accidentally-the-village) could be left up to the muns.

But the basic idea would be to have something a little different in terms of the usual experiments, and also possibly open up opportunities for some of Luceti's mad scientists to collaborate with the Malnosso should they see it as an opportunity to attempt to do so.

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