relictusdeus: (Devil Forgemaster's Crest)
Isaac (Laforeze) ([personal profile] relictusdeus) wrote in [community profile] luceti 2013-11-30 04:49 am (UTC)

Event Name: There's no place like home / A mile in my shoes

Who to credit: If I remember correctly, this was the brainchild of you guys, the mods! So I take absolutely no credit whatsoever -- I simply think it would be a fun event to revisit.

Event Description: I remember an event in which characters could visit each others' canon worlds for a short period of time -- I thought this was very cool and worth repeating especially since this game has a wide variety of characters and canons. And hey, actually seeing one's world packs more of a punch than simply hearing of it.

If characters pulled from just after the point of their death could have the chance of sharing their home world with someone, that'd be cool too. Not quite sure how that might work, but maybe an alternative to physically visiting the world (which the dead person no longer exists within) is for there to be super-accurate Shifts in place that change parts of Luceti into little pockets of canon-worlds which are every bit as interactive and 'real-feeling' like Battle Dome simulations, I think. Maybe some of what makes the Shift as accurate as it is is the fact that they're based on one's own memories of home. BUT ANYWAY.

Again, this isn't an idea I take credit for and there would be all these nitty-gritty details to work out. But I'd simply love to see this event/concept come up again. Thanks!

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