UPDATE! The current task has been extended a week because very few people had enough time to complete the activity.
Welcome one and all to the third session of RPG Fit! Today's date is January 13th, 2010. This post is right on time. Make sure you notify me that you completed last week's task in order to get your points. Shadow Kurahk had 150 haikus.
For a while, this program will be split between those who know how to play and those who have no idea how to play an RPG. But not today. If you have not signed up, please post here. That post also contains a list of every task covered so far if you want to look back on things. Now, moving on.
Refer back to previous Newbie Tasks to understand the basics of RPGs and for hints to make you a better RPer.
You may go back and re-do previous tasks by maybe making them a little harder. This is optional, and is not the real task.
01-13-10: This week's task will take the combined efforts of the Newbies and Veterans. As such, there is no specific task assigned to each group.
A major part of all RPGs is interaction between players and player characters. In fact, that is the entire point of these games. This week's task is to design and execute a group activity (4 players or more). You will gather all sorts of players (Members of RPG Fit or Not) and coordinate something that will span across several posts, and possibly pages. By this time next week, you need to post a link to the every first post of this activity in the comments. Extra points will be awarded for the size of the event and how well the players worked together. These activities may include, but are not limited to:
Musical Number (Each participant would need their own lyrics and it would have to fit the tone of the game)
Make sure to check with the GM of the game you will be playing this in if your event effects the game in a major way.