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In the spirit of OOC discussion, I'm curious:

How many of you are schemers and how many of you write by the seat of your pants?

That is to say, when you sit down to write a post, are you following an outline? Or do you just wait for the words to come to you and write the first thing that comes to mind?

Personally, I'm a schemer. I like to sit down with a blank Google doc, read a couple of comics or watch a movie or two relating to the character I'm going to write and I make notes, put ideas down on the paper. Then I start finding characters to flesh out my idea, reading into the ideas and themes presented in the character's various stories. From there I start to outline an arc and when I'm really in the zone I'll even do a post by post outline to flesh out the arc from start to finish.

I'll be the first to admit this doesn't work for everyone and doesn't even necessarily always work for an RP. For instance, it's a very rigid way to write. It doesn't allow me a whole lot of flexibility in my plans, so unless I planned for it, I almost never collaborate. So there are definite drawbacks to it.

But I am curious what everyone else's approach to writing is. Maybe we can each learn something from one another!
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@Lord Wraith I have a rough overarching plan. I define a couple off key events, key characters and whatnot. Whatever goes in the gaps? Who knows. That part i do by the seat of my pants.
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@Lord Wraith More and more I've been learning that I'm a schemer, but I'm trying to tone it back. My last serious run in these games was Spider-Man, and I had planned out a full ~40 post arc, and that was probably too much. This time I have some general notes I want to hit, but I'm trying to play it a little more fast and loose.
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no notes at all for me. i dont have plans, as much as i have thoughts. i just think about what might happen but nothing is ever set in stone. or even set in foam. its more just like a stick drawing in the dirt that i can accidentally get rid of when the flow of my RP takes me in a different direction. full anarchy over here.@Lord Wraith
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Both. Either. Everything. All.

I have some posts I've done such comprehensive notes on that it's absurd, and others that I just wing it on. When I apply for a character I'll always have at least a dozen roughly sketched out arcs for them that I can use and know I can write towards. But things change as the IC and game progresses.

Many times I'll just write out posts, entire scenes and dialogue, in my head as I try to sleep at night. That's how the last Doom Patrol post was made, and how the next one is being drafted, as well. Written in my mind as I turned off the lights and closed my eyes for four nights in a row. Then just typed it out first chance I had and smoothed out the rough edges.
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This arc: Plan. It's time travel involved, which is a pain in the arse otherwise.

But generally with Ted It's been spontaneous. There's occasionally been the odd thing I've wanted to touch on (which, funnily enough I still haven't got to yet) but I haven't had any set in stone formula overall.
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Usually a little bit of both. I have where I want to get, and what I want to do, but how I get to either is not set in stone.
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For Eve I adapted a murder-mystery plan I already had in mind for my attempted Batman proposal (a re-imagining of the rogue 'Magpie'), and just threw in occult spooky stuff instead of gritty street-level stuff. Then as I was writing the sample, and then the first and second post, the background details crystallized as I jotted down ideas and then that formed what is now the base background plot behind the arc; then some more ideas turned into this loop concept I've got going now, and everything kind of came together for a really solid narrative I could tell. The writing of the posts themselves is very improv, though - I know the rough beats I want to hit, but don't plan the post so much, just write it then proof-read and tweak a little bit before posting.

My Constantine story I've been trying to tell is very planned by comparison; I have a googledoc of a bullet-pointed list of the entire arc, with each character's place and plot explained and notated and the sequence of events that occurs with all the background plot behind it; then each post itself is crib-sheeted before writing, where I short-hand where the post starts, where it goes, all the beats it needs to hit, and where it ends and how it leads into the next post; then I take that crib-sheet and expand it into an actual post, each one sentence in the plan equalling maybe 1-3 paragraphs in the post itself. Even in that instance, sometimes I end up altering the plan while writing the post when where what I wanted to put in doesn't actually quite fit with the direction or tone the actual post has taken, so I chop it and find a way to include it later, or make some quick rewrites.

I guess I'm a planner for arcs but a seat-of-my-pantser for posts? I've always found the conceptualisation of a plot easy, but converting my seemingly-scattered thoughts into linear prose that follows the traditional narrative arc tricky. I nearly always have a solid over-arching story clear-cut in my head, but rarely have detailed, written-down plans. If anyone ever invents a device that reads minds and converts thoughts into organized prose, I'm becoming a bestseller.
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With Barry, I have some general one-sentence synopses for arc ideas I've got. Sometimes they've got a few more, just to outline where I want them to go -- with the Turtle, for example, I'd written down that it would end with Jay showing up in civvies, and that was always my ending (thank you, @Lord Wraith and @Sep, for the kind words by the way!). Now it's just a matter of choosing from the list of ideas I have handy and seeing which would work the best towards establishing Barry's corner of the world, before I jump into some more plot-heavy arcs. More posts are coming, though!

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Once upon a time, I would write out the exact plots I had in mind well ahead of time, sometimes even several seasons ahead, but then I'd burn out before I could get going (the first time I got to play Spider-Man, I had him plotted out from Year One all the way to Year Ten, then stopped midway through Year Two). I usually find that when I try and scheme things way in advance, my writing suffers because I get so hung up on the conclusion that everything leading up to it isn't given much thought.

Nowadays, I just try to think of a scenario, throw the characters into it, and see what happens. This requires a lot more understanding of the characters' personalities and how they would react to a given situation, but it also requires less prep work. It's messy and a lot of the time the continuity gets all screwy, but I think it has a better "feel" than whenever I would spend months and months setting up a payoff that everyone saw coming a mile away.
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How many of you are schemers and how many of you write by the seat of your pants?



Everyone here probably has an idea of how I work.

Beyond consistency, because I’m terrible at that.

I plan with a goal in mind, but generally only create the cornerstones and see where the characters go. Basically a “fill in the blanks” approach. With this game I’m trying to expand on this idea with a serialized approach. What I mean is not having huge goals of larger stories. Just little ideas and how characters react to those ideas. I’d like to be more collaborative as I feel role-playing should be interactive collaborative writing and not solo exposition. Some of my best moments in these games were playing Batman with an active Robin, interacting as Arsenal at a party in Star City hosted by Duela Dent, interacting with Lor-Zod as a year zero Kara-El, and playing off Spider-Woman with Bekka. I think I’m best in these kind of scenes rather than I am creating gripping long-term narrative.
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C H A R A C T E R C O N C E P T P R O P O S A L
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K A L - E L/C L A R K K E N T R E P O R T E R M E T R O P O L I S J U S T I C E L E A G U E
C H A R A C T E R C O N C E P T:


"There is a superhero in all of us, we just need the courage to put on the cape."

Clark Kent has always been a fascinating character. The power of a god but the soul of the kindest human possible, he has always been a ball of contradiction. While he is almost always portrayed as the best of the best, I think the fascinating thing about him is that he always has to both hold himself back and strive to be better than those he battles. I want to write a fairly standard version of Clark, one whose at the prime of his career and personal life, and all the struggles there are with balancing the life of Superman and Clark Kent.

C H A R A C T E R M O T I V A T I O N S & G O A L S:

I've never really played Clark before. Sparingly in one of the older games we've tried, but never more than a few posts here or there. I'd like to try my hand at the character in a world full of challenges. SHIELD doesn't trust him, some heroes fear his power, and yet he never stops striving to do good. Our world is one that has far more problems than even he could solve, and I want to explore that, along with his growing family life.

C H A R A C T E R N O T E S:



S A M P L E P O S T:

Evelyn knew she was late, and peered nervously over her shoulder at the crying baby in the back seat. She was super late. That's all that was running through her mind as she braved the downtown Metropolis traffic. She was late and her boss was definitely going to give the promotion to Phillips if she wasn't on time for the meeting. But she had to drop the baby off at day care before she went to work. There was no way she'd be able to get someone at the office to keep an eye on her all day.

From the back seat, another wail from baby Laura drew her attention, causing her to miss the fact that the light in front of her had gone from yellow to red with surprisingly little time in between. By the time Evelyn's head came around, there was a car in front of her ready to be t-boned. Its driver too focused on their coffee to notice Evelyn's crossover SUV plowing into the intersection.

There was no time for her to swerve. This was it. She closed her eyes and thought of her baby, prayinig that at least she would be spared.

She felt the world shift under her, and was surprised that there was no sudden jolt or the sound of sheering metal. Maybe she died instantly and was on her way to the afterlife. That would be nice.

Opening her eyes, she found her vehicle drifting slowly back down to the pavement. It was a miracle. In the back seat, baby Laura gaped in amazement as a figure soared upwards away from the car.
**********

Jack's hand shook as he pointed it at the bodega clerk behind the counter, the empty bag he had thrown there still without any money in it. He didn't know if he or the small Korean teenager were more afraid. But he needed the money. If he didn't the Intergang thugs who threatened his pop's shop were gonna be mad, more mad than they'd ever been before. Might even burn the place down.

"I said put the money in the bag!" he screamed again, putting the gun even closer to the kid's head. He smelled the tell tale ammonia of the piss running down the clerk's leg.

Before anything could happen, a blur swept over his vision, just for an almost imperceptible second. He looked down, and the gun was gone, replaced by a still bubbling puddle of molten metal on the counter.

Still shaking, Jack turned and saw the tell tale blue and red. He was paralyzed with fear, "D-don't kill me man!"

"I don't do that," a calm, melodious, but powerful voice responded. Jack wasn't a religious man, but it was the kind of voice someone would have written a few things about if they heard it thousands of years ago. "Go home. Don't let me see you doing this again, or I won't be as nice."

"B-b-but Intergang is gonna-"

"You let me worry about that," the voice said, and Jack instantly knew it wasn't bluffing. He ran, never really getting a good look at the voice's owner.
*********

Joseph had decided to end it all the night before. Sitting over his measly, frozen pizza, he saw that there was little use in continuing the charade of a normal life. He was thirty-four, had been single for longer than half a decade, was stuck in a dead-end job, and could count how many friends, real friends, he had on one hand. Continuing on in this state, this joke of a life, was too much. Better a quick death than a long, slow one alone.

That's why when he woke up this morning he took a big swig of the cheap bottle of whiskey from the cabinet above the sink and made his way to the rooftop of his apartment building. If he jumped into the alley, he'd be able to do it without risking hurting anyone else. That was the last thing he wanted. He wanted to be done with all this, but he didn't want to go out hurting someone else.

He stepped up to the edge of the building and took a deep breath.

Before he could jump, however, a voice, like the most calming voice from the most calming children's television programming Joseph could ever imagine, cautioned, "Watch your step there. Wouldn't want to fall."

Joseph turned and saw the most striking image he had ever seen. There, standing on the ledge along with him, was a tall, well built man in what, if Joe didn't know better, he would have called red and blue pajamas. The man's strong, pronounced chin was cocked towards him, his kind, blue eyes transfixed on Joseph's, and a single curl of hair fell down from the well manicured cut onto his forehead and bounced in the wind. Joseph had heard the stories, and seen the news, but they did the reality of Superman no justice.

"I came up here to fall," he admitted, unable to look away from the Man of Steel.

"Yea, I kinda figured," the superhero smiled. "Doesn't seem like a great idea now, does it?"

"Best idea I've had in a while," Joseph shrugged. "No one's gonna miss me."

"Oh I very much doubt that," Superman smiled radiantly. "Someone's always gonna miss someone."

"I only got like three friends," the depressed man shook his head. "Barely any family."

"And none of them count as people who will miss you, huh?" the Man of Tomorrow smirked. "Sounds like you've got a whole bunch of folks who will miss you, to me."

"I'm just...so alone," Joseph began to cry. "And it wears on me, ya know? I just want...someone to share my life with."

He felt a big, strong arm placed around his shoulders, and Superman said, "You ever talk to those friends or family about this? I bet they'd be able to help you. That's what they're there for."

He shook his head, "Nah. Don't want to bother them with my troubles."

"I think you'll find they'd prefer hearing your troubles than hearing you threw yourself off a roof," Superman smiled sadly. "But let's make a deal, if you step back off this ledge and don't feel comfortable talking to them, I'll swing back tomorrow and we can chat. You and me."

Joseph was flabbergasted, "D-don't you have more important places to be?"

"What would be more important than helping out my new pal?" Superman smiled at him with the warmth of the sun, and Joseph felt like, for the first time in a long time, everything was going to be alright.

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C H A R A C T E R C O N C E P T P R O P O S A L
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K A L - E L/C L A R K K E N T R E P O R T E R M E T R O P O L I S J U S T I C E L E A G U E
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"There is a superhero in all of us, we just need the courage to put on the cape."

Clark Kent has always been a fascinating character. The power of a god but the soul of the kindest human possible, he has always been a ball of contradiction. While he is almost always portrayed as the best of the best, I think the fascinating thing about him is that he always has to both hold himself back and strive to be better than those he battles. I want to write a fairly standard version of Clark, one whose at the prime of his career and personal life, and all the struggles there are with balancing the life of Superman and Clark Kent.

C H A R A C T E R M O T I V A T I O N S & G O A L S:

I've never really played Clark before. Sparingly in one of the older games we've tried, but never more than a few posts here or there. I'd like to try my hand at the character in a world full of challenges. SHIELD doesn't trust him, some heroes fear his power, and yet he never stops striving to do good. Our world is one that has far more problems than even he could solve, and I want to explore that, along with his growing family life.

C H A R A C T E R N O T E S:



S A M P L E P O S T:

Evelyn knew she was late, and peered nervously over her shoulder at the crying baby in the back seat. She was super late. That's all that was running through her mind as she braved the downtown Metropolis traffic. She was late and her boss was definitely going to give the promotion to Phillips if she wasn't on time for the meeting. But she had to drop the baby off at day care before she went to work. There was no way she'd be able to get someone at the office to keep an eye on her all day.

From the back seat, another wail from baby Laura drew her attention, causing her to miss the fact that the light in front of her had gone from yellow to red with surprisingly little time in between. By the time Evelyn's head came around, there was a car in front of her ready to be t-boned. Its driver too focused on their coffee to notice Evelyn's crossover SUV plowing into the intersection.

There was no time for her to swerve. This was it. She closed her eyes and thought of her baby, prayinig that at least she would be spared.

She felt the world shift under her, and was surprised that there was no sudden jolt or the sound of sheering metal. Maybe she died instantly and was on her way to the afterlife. That would be nice.

Opening her eyes, she found her vehicle drifting slowly back down to the pavement. It was a miracle. In the back seat, baby Laura gaped in amazement as a figure soared upwards away from the car.
**********

Jack's hand shook as he pointed it at the bodega clerk behind the counter, the empty bag he had thrown there still without any money in it. He didn't know if he or the small Korean teenager were more afraid. But he needed the money. If he didn't the Intergang thugs who threatened his pop's shop were gonna be mad, more mad than they'd ever been before. Might even burn the place down.

"I said put the money in the bag!" he screamed again, putting the gun even closer to the kid's head. He smelled the tell tale ammonia of the piss running down the clerk's leg.

Before anything could happen, a blur swept over his vision, just for an almost imperceptible second. He looked down, and the gun was gone, replaced by a still bubbling puddle of molten metal on the counter.

Still shaking, Jack turned and saw the tell tale blue and red. He was paralyzed with fear, "D-don't kill me man!"

"I don't do that," a calm, melodious, but powerful voice responded. Jack wasn't a religious man, but it was the kind of voice someone would have written a few things about if they heard it thousands of years ago. "Go home. Don't let me see you doing this again, or I won't be as nice."

"B-b-but Intergang is gonna-"

"You let me worry about that," the voice said, and Jack instantly knew it wasn't bluffing. He ran, never really getting a good look at the voice's owner.
*********

Joseph had decided to end it all the night before. Sitting over his measly, frozen pizza, he saw that there was little use in continuing the charade of a normal life. He was thirty-four, had been single for longer than half a decade, was stuck in a dead-end job, and could count how many friends, real friends, he had on one hand. Continuing on in this state, this joke of a life, was too much. Better a quick death than a long, slow one alone.

That's why when he woke up this morning he took a big swig of the cheap bottle of whiskey from the cabinet above the sink and made his way to the rooftop of his apartment building. If he jumped into the alley, he'd be able to do it without risking hurting anyone else. That was the last thing he wanted. He wanted to be done with all this, but he didn't want to go out hurting someone else.

He stepped up to the edge of the building and took a deep breath.

Before he could jump, however, a voice, like the most calming voice from the most calming children's television programming Joseph could ever imagine, cautioned, "Watch your step there. Wouldn't want to fall."

Joseph turned and saw the most striking image he had ever seen. There, standing on the ledge along with him, was a tall, well built man in what, if Joe didn't know better, he would have called red and blue pajamas. The man's strong, pronounced chin was cocked towards him, his kind, blue eyes transfixed on Joseph's, and a single curl of hair fell down from the well manicured cut onto his forehead and bounced in the wind. Joseph had heard the stories, and seen the news, but they did the reality of Superman no justice.

"I came up here to fall," he admitted, unable to look away from the Man of Steel.

"Yea, I kinda figured," the superhero smiled. "Doesn't seem like a great idea now, does it?"

"Best idea I've had in a while," Joseph shrugged. "No one's gonna miss me."

"Oh I very much doubt that," Superman smiled radiantly. "Someone's always gonna miss someone."

"I only got like three friends," the depressed man shook his head. "Barely any family."

"And none of them count as people who will miss you, huh?" the Man of Tomorrow smirked. "Sounds like you've got a whole bunch of folks who will miss you, to me."

"I'm just...so alone," Joseph began to cry. "And it wears on me, ya know? I just want...someone to share my life with."

He felt a big, strong arm placed around his shoulders, and Superman said, "You ever talk to those friends or family about this? I bet they'd be able to help you. That's what they're there for."

He shook his head, "Nah. Don't want to bother them with my troubles."

"I think you'll find they'd prefer hearing your troubles than hearing you threw yourself off a roof," Superman smiled sadly. "But let's make a deal, if you step back off this ledge and don't feel comfortable talking to them, I'll swing back tomorrow and we can chat. You and me."

Joseph was flabbergasted, "D-don't you have more important places to be?"

"What would be more important than helping out my new pal?" Superman smiled at him with the warmth of the sun, and Joseph felt like, for the first time in a long time, everything was going to be alright.

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@HenryJonesJr, the chemistry of Cap's team is definitely one of the best parts of reading your Cap. I love the dynamic between the different members and how you never waste an opportunity to showcase it. The attention to detail is incredible and makes your words come alive more than images on a page could. Can't wait to see what you do next with Superman and how you continue Cap's story.

@AndyC, I am normally not the biggest fan of first-person perspectives. I have put down many novels after a chapter of reading simply for that reason. There's something about reading in someone else's voice that never sits right with me and I've never been fond of it in an RP. However, what you're doing with Peter works and I'm really enjoying it. Plus, you've put Peter and Gwen together so you definitely won some extra points from me there. Don't you dare kill her!

@Roman, as a fan of the creepy, urban fantasy/supernatural genre, I'm really looking forward to reading more of Eve. Her character isn't anything I thought it was going to be and I'm happy about that. I like the arrogance and self-assuredness the character holds about herself. She knows she's right, and she owns it. As I'm unfamiliar with Coffin Hill, I have no real prediction about where this story is going but I'm interested in seeing where it does go.

@Hillan, I'm a sucker for anything with a motorcycle involved. So you could be literally writing about the Hellbike and I'd still like what you're doing with Ghost Rider. But on a real note, I've been enjoying watching your story unfold and the nuance you bring to Johnny's character. It's obviously your love of Supernatural in influencing a lot of your writing and in this case, it actually seems to really be working. I find myself invested in Johnny's struggles and anticipated each new post.
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In the spirit of OOC discussion, I'm curious:

How many of you are schemers and how many of you write by the seat of your pants?

That is to say, when you sit down to write a post, are you following an outline? Or do you just wait for the words to come to you and write the first thing that comes to mind?

I'm a little of both, but most of the time, I just write whatever comes into my head and fix until it makes sense. Like, I have a bookmark folder for my characters filled with wikis and inspirations. And I also try to listen to songs that match pretty well with my characters so I get into the groove of things. As for an outline, there is one. But, it is really rough.

Anyway, I'm still here. Just working on the collab with Zoey. I'm also planning of taking US Agent with me to use for the Misfits, which is why I haven't started writing them yet.
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In the spirit of OOC discussion, I'm curious:

How many of you are schemers and how many of you write by the seat of your pants?


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Sorry to be a pain but I think I'll have to let Red Tornado go. I have some solid ideas going for them, and some ideas I'm really excited for however I don't think I'll have time for both characters, and want to focus on Thor who is the more important of the two.... and I'm even more excited to play.
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Sorry to be a pain but I think I'll have to let Red Tornado go. I have some solid ideas going for them, and some ideas I'm really excited for however I don't think I'll have time for both characters, and want to focus on Thor who is the more important of the two.... and I'm even more excited to play.


If that means we get more Thor then I'm happy.
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Quick Announcement: In lieu of pandemic hassles and real-life obligations all around, I've decided to extend the minimum posting requirement from two weeks to four. So you've all got an entire month from either your last post or application to get a post in and stay in it to win it, so to speak.

Don't abuse this. The key to a running game is still posting, so please try and participate to the best of your ability. It's just that we're in the midst of very strange times, and the need to have a fourteen day goal post looming over people seems less than nessescary right now.
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If that means we get more Thor then I'm happy.


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