After an extended absence I have returned to the Inn and all my friends getting sloshed within it. Heh. Or eating a haunch of something dead.
I would like to launch a freeform Star Trek game, and I wonder if anyone would be interested in playing.
This would not be any sort of extension of storylines from any of the other Trek games we've played here. I missed out on a lot of story points of the previous games and I wouldn't want to do them any sort of disservice by trying and flubbing. This would be a fresh story, although if you want to play and have played in past games you are of course welcome to use that character (it would be awesome if Mac made an appearance, Eol-wink, wink, nudge, nudge).
So, if you'd like to boldly go with me, just let me know. I promise I will do my best to make it an enjoyable game!
I am a bit loaded down with games and such at the moment... but... for you, O' long absent one, I suppose I can muster a Mac appearance. Might not be able to play a MAJOR part, but I'd certainly be honored to drag the ol' haggis outta mothballs for ya.
And, should I manage to stuff some more 'freetime' into the bank somehow, I reckon I could even be coerced into going beyond 'bit part' for ya at some point...
just a little to easily, me thinks. Give it a week. I noticed it will take that long to get 4 players at least.
two days is no where near long enough. Im a bit stretched but let me know what info you need as far as a character is concerned and I will play. Telling you now, I won't be playing an ensign or a red shirt (usually security in STOS). lol
When you're right you're right-hehe. I did jump the gun a bit and I stand properly reminded!
As far as character info, for now just ponder upon what race, background, position and any other ancillary bits you'd like. I'll get more specific requirements to you if there's enough response to launch.
Thanks for the interest tiamat!
Posted on 2010-09-06 at 18:38:59.
Edited on 2010-09-06 at 18:39:34 by Duncan74
Back Ground: Syntax is the first successful product of decades of failures on the part of Dr. Ninian Soong's student prodigy and apprentice, Carlyle Jimpson. Following a falling out with Soong, after serving secretly as an apprentice and assistant for 15 years, Jimpson set out to show up his old mentor by creating a more stable and advanced positronic brain, with the ability to express emotion, use slang and contractions in its use of linguistics, thereby making Soong's life long labor obsolete. An interesting note, Jimpson died on the 10th anniversary of Soong's death. Soong died a year before Jimpson's secretive success, so he didn't get the chance to gloat and rub it in the robotics genius' face.
Like Data and Lore to Soong, Syntax is Jimson's doppelganger.