Hey /erp/. As I explained yesterday in another post, there are many of us who love school settings, so why don't we have a place that could house our naughty teachers, students, and anyone else who would fit this kind of environment?
It took me a while to get around to make this post, since I was wondering how we could make it work.
The first thing that comes to my mind is something akin to the orgy thread. Introducing characters in a post, mentioning what we like and what we want. Maybe link to a pastebin or something similar for any more in-depth information that you might want to change over time (or just a link to your character's profile, if you already have one)
Another aspect that I was thinking about is "collaborative schoolbulding."
To further the premise away from similar roleplay threads that the board has, I thought that the school layout and the surroundings could be defined as we roleplay. This would give the players a better context on where they're standing, rather than just having scenes happening in isolated dimensions, undisturbed by any other player that might be passing by the area. Say, want to have a creepy abandoned building in the back of the school? Just bring it up in one of your posts. If somebody is having sex by the stairs, there's a chance that anyone going to the rooftop might spot them (might even join in, if those involved agree to it.)
Going into empty classrooms would be better for those that wouldn't want to get interrupted.
I feel giving the players control over this kind of details would make things more engaging and encourage them to create more areas.
While throwing dice could be fun, I wouldn't want to slow things down with game mechanics and such. Besides, I've never done anything of that sort.
With that in mind, the only instance where a GM (The principal) might come into the picture would be to let players know about certain events, such as festivals (and these would be discussed beforehand.)
So what do you think? Are you interested? Do you have anPost too long. Click here to view the full text.