Game Masters

Game Information
  • Created Jul 2 '12
  • Last Post Jul 24 '12 at 11:56pm
  • Status Complete
  • System Freeform

Game Description

Intro: in the Olympian Plane, the gods were attending to their own duties. With the mortals no longing needing their guidance, they looked to how they can keep busy within their own world, just as the other planes of gods have done. Everything had been peaceful since Olympus had closed its gates, till one fateful day. As Apollo was pulling the sun across the sky so the gods knew it was nighttime, the gates of Olympus swung open. From the gates a dark mist burst in and moved round Olympus like a snake after its victims. The gods fought against the mist but it was in vain. Hands from within the mist grabbed the gods and dragged them out of Olympus into the Space between Planes. They were bought to the main body of the mist which resembled a giant willow tree, it's branches reaching onto of other planes. They were dragged into the trunk of the tree and transformed into pure light which was shot down to where the trunk was growing...

Meanwhile on Earth...
Reports were coming in from all news channels round the world. A storm had developed which covered the whole world. New York, London, Hong Kong, Tokyo, all was darkened by the pitch black clouds. Thunder started sounding as lighting struck, the humans didn't know that with every strike of lighting was actually the gods from the other planes being teleported to this world, each and every one of them possessing a mortal whose body and lifestyle will suit their needs. Once every god had been teleported the menacing clouds disappeared. A whole day passed since that day.

Back at Olympus...
The mist returned but in smaller form. Spinning round like a tornado till a tall dark hooded figure holding a ocean blue orb in his right hand stood out from the raging clouds. "So this is the almighty Olympus? HA! Seen better on Earth when Atlantis was still standing." Said the figure, placing the orb in a pocket inside the long cloak. He walked up to the chair where Zeus sat and sat on it. Pretending to be the guy himself, throwing pretend lighting bolts, giving a approving nod afterwards. "Alright, down to business. Time to unleash our makers. Question to do that...Maybe somewhere round here says how." with that he leapt from the throne and ransacked Olympus.

This is where your Story begins: Alright! now the back-story is written, this is where you come in. You play as one of the gods or goddesses that has been banished to the mortal world. How you wake up is the same, waking up after being asleep for a whole day. Where, is up to you. Everyone's goal is to do three things.
1. Find a way to gain your god status back so you can go back home. (Do it with team-work or go lone wolf, up to you.)
2. Find out who or what sent that dark cloud and deal with them. (how you deal with them, is up to you.)
3. Stop the return of The Hooded Figures "Makers".

Now I know what you're thinking: "Hmm, interesting, but BritishAmerican does that mean the now mortal gods will no longer have their special talent or would they still have them?" The answer to that my friend, is the latter, they'll still be good at what they were gods over, but in a more above-average human way. Like for example: Poseidon, He'll be good at swimming, but more at a skill ready for the 2012 Olympics, not swimming entire oceans like they were puddles.

"Okay, so do we only get to choose from the Greek gods?" Nope, Below will be a list of the gods you get to play for your convenience, but sadly not every single god, as the list was WAY too big. There was more gods then I thought <_<.

"Well, okay, we got the character basis down, how do we play?" Well you play like the standard Roleplay, if you want to do an action, you simply type what your character does in as much detail as you like, I simply ask not to do too much, want to give others a chance.

"Well, you got the playable characters down, what about NPC's? or the main villain?" Well, that's why I'm here. I'll be playing the main NPCs, like shop owners or ones that'll advance plot, along with the main villain and any enemy that shows up.

"Okay enough questions, give us what we really want." Oh, the Profile Skelly? Here you go:

Mortal Name:
Mortal Age:
God Name:
Above-Average Skill: (I'm leaving this up to you, so be creative)
Mortal Background:
Mortal Appearance: (Write it our or show an Image, your choice)
Destined Weapon: (You won't start out with these, you'll come across this during the first battle)
Personality: (Now mortal, you have mortal feelings, so what are you like)

"Hey, while reading through your Skelly, it mentioned first battle. Lolwut?" Ah yes, battles. You seem our Hooded friend, will be sending down some creatures from mythology which will also be in human form. Each player will be alerted by PM and a Event warning will be posted. Just to make sure everyone knows about it. The first battle is where you will get your weapon, please be creative to how you find it. We want this interesting, no? The first battle will be when everyone gets together or if I think the game is slowing down a bit and needs a kick-start. After that, it'll be unpredictable but reasonable.

"Hey, where's the list of the gods you mentioned?" Right...

List of Egyptian gods and goddesses
Ammut, or Ammit or Ahemait, is the crocodile goddess known as the "Devourer of the Dead". Also known as Ammit the Devourer.
Anput is the wife of Anubis and the mother of Kebechet.
Anubis is god of funerals and death.
Anuket is the goddess of river Nile.
Apophis is the god of chaos.
Aten is the monotheistic sun god.
Babi is the god of baboons.
Bast is the cat goddess.
Bes is the dwarf god.
Disturber is a god of judgment; works for Osiris.
Geb is the god of the earth.
Gengen-Wer is the goose god.
Hapi is the god of the nile.
Hathor is the goddess of love.
Heket is the goddess of frogs.
Horus is the god of war,sky, and falcons and son of Osiris.
Isis is the goddess of magic, marriage, healing, and motherhood. She is the wife and sister of Osiris and the mother of Horus.
Kebechet the goddess of purification.
Khepri is the god of scarab beetles. (Ra's aspect in the morning).
Khmun is the ram-headed god. (Ra's aspect in the evening).
Khonsu is the god of the Moon.
Ma'at is the goddess of justice and of order.
Mafdet is the god of justice.
Mekhit is the minor loin goddess; married to Onuris.
Nephthys is the river goddess.
Nekhbet is the vulture goddess.
Nut is the goddess of sky and stars.
Osiris is the god of the underworld and the afterlife. Husband and brother of Isis. TAKEN
Ptah is the god of creation.
Ra is the god of the Sun and king of the gods until Osiris took over his throne. Also known as Amun-Ra.
Sehkmet is the goddess of lions and fire.
Serqet is the goddess of scorpions.
Seshat is the goddess of writing and measurement.
Set is the god of deserts, storms, evil, and chaos.
Shu is the god of wind and air.
Sobek is the god of crocodiles and alligators.
Tawaret is the hippopotamus goddess, and the goddess of childbirth and fertility.
Thoth is the scribe god and the god of wisdom, also known as Djehuti.
Wadjet is a goddess of protection.

List of Norse gods and goddesses
Baldr - God of beatuy, innocence, peace, and rebirth.
Borr - Father of inn, Vili and Ve.
Bragi - God of poetry.
Bri - The first god and father of Borr.
Dagr - God of the daytime, son of Delling and Ntt.
Delling - God of dawn and father of Dagr by Ntt.
Eir - Goddess of healing.
Forseti - God of justice, peace and truth. Son of Baldr and Nanna.
Freya/Frigga - Goddess of love, sexuality, fertility and battle.
Freyr - God of fertility.
Fulla - Friggas handmaid.
Gmot - God of the moon. Brother of Re`es andWeth.
Gefjun - Goddess of fertility and plough.
Hel - Queen of Neifelheim, the Norse underworld.
Heimdallr (Rgr) - One of the sir and guardian of sgar, their realm.
Hermr - inns son.
Hln - Goddess of consolation and protection.
Hr - God of winter.
Hnir - The silent god.
Iunn - Goddess of youth.
Jr - Goddess of the Earth. Mother of rr by inn.
Kvasir - God of inspiration.
Lofn - Goddess of love.
Loki - Trickster and god of mischief . Consort: Sigyn (also called Saeter)
Mni - God of Moon.
Mmir - inns uncle.
Nanna - An synja married with Baldr and mother to Forseti.
Nerus - A goddess mentioned by Tacitus. Her name is connected to that of Njrr.
Njrr - God of sea, wind, fish, and wealth.
Ntt - Goddess of night, daughter of Narvi and mother of Au, Jr and Dagr by Naglfari, Annar and Delling, respectively.
Odin The "All Father" (The Ruler of the gods)
Sga - An obscure goddess, possibly another name for Frigg.
Sif - Wife of Thor.
Sjfn - Goddess of love.
Skai - Goddess of winter Njrr's wife.
Snotra - Goddess of prudence.
Sol (Sunna) - Goddess of Sun.
Thor (Donar) - God of thunder and battle.
Tiki- God of stone.
Tree-Goddess of life.
Tyr- God of war. Also the god of the skies.
Ullr - God of skill, hunt, and duel. Son of Sif.
Vli - God of revenge.
Vr - Goddess of contract.
V - One of the three gods of creation. Brother of inn and Vili.
Varr- Son of Odin and the giantess Grr.
Vr - Goddess of wisdom.
Weth - Goddess of anger

List of Greek/Roman gods and goddesses
Aphrodite/Venus: Goddess of love, beauty, and desire. She was married to Hephaestus. Ares is her lover and she loves him as well. Eros is her son.
Apollo: God of the Sun, music, archery, poetry, healing, and prophecy. He is Artemis' twin brother, and Son to Zeus. TAKEN
Ares/Mars: God of war, murder and bloodshed. Brother to Hephaestus, and is the lover of Aphrodite and son of Zeus.
Artemis/Diana: Goddess of the hunt, wilderness, wild animals,especially deer and fawns, night, and the moon. Apollo is her twin brother. Artemis is the virgin goddess and is also protector of maidens. TAKEN
Athena/Minerva: Goddess of wisdom, weaving, the arts, warfare and reason. She is the favorite daughter of Zeus.
Demeter/Ceres: Goddess of fertility, grain and harvest. Demeter is a sister of Zeus. Her daughter is Persephone, Hades' wife.
Dionysus/Bacchus: God of wine, parties/festivals, madness and merriment. He is a son of Zeus. TAKEN
Hades/Pluto: God of the Underworld. Brother of Poseidon and Zeus.
Hephaestus/Vulcan: God of fire and the forge. Ugly son of Hera and Zeus is his father in some accounts. Married to Aphrodite, but she does not love him because he is deformed and as a result is cheating on him with Ares. TAKEN
Hera/Juno: Goddess of marriage, women and childbirth. Zeus' wife and sister.
Hermes/Mercury: God of flight, thieves, commerce and travelers. Messenger of the gods. Zeus's son by Titanness.
Poseidon/Neptune: God of the sea, . His sons are the Heavenly Tripplets, Polyphemus and Triton and the Cyclops. His weapon is a trident by which he can stir up the seas, wreck ships and drown sailors.
Zeus/Jupiter: The father of all fathers, the wisdom and light. The king of the gods after killing his father, Kronos, who ate Zeus's siblings but their mother managed to save baby Zeus. When Zeus grew up, he fed Kronos a mixture of wine and mustard to make him vomit his immortal siblings who had grown up in Kronos's stomach. Zeus is the ruler of Mount Olympus and the god of the sky, thunder and lightning. Though he is married more than once, his real queen is Hera. Zeus is the father of Hermes, Hephaestus, Hercules, Dionysus, Athena, Ares, Apollo, Artemis and Persephone.

And that should be it. The future of Immortals are up to you. If you're interested in joining, just use the skelly and pm me or if you just want to ask a question. There are a few rules though before we begin:
1. No God-modding, you're mortal now.
2. No Accusing people of breaking the rules without proper reason or proof that they did. That's just mean and pointless.
3. Be polite to fellow players, they're human too.
4. No controlling other players characters, I don't care how much you can play like them, they aren't yours.
5. Enjoy yourselves. This is a game afterall, and with the lists, it's going to be a big one.
Any rule breaking will result in Ban from the game and you're character will be under "Waiting for Replacement." You get three chances unless you're being a right numpty.

One last thing: Battle Systems. You roll two 6-sided dice, the total is how much damage you do. when I post what you'll be fighting, I'll post how much HP it has, I'll be reasonable as well.

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