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IT'S UP TO YOU TO DECIDE THE FATE OF THE GALAXY. Across the Stars is an intermediate-level AU Star Wars role play set in 3 BBY • sixteen years since Order 66 and a few years before the film A New Hope. The shroud of the Dark Side has fallen. In the sixteen years since the fall of the Jedi Order and the end of the Clone Wars.
Victorian Historical Fiction community set in London, England in the year 1871. At this point in time, Londoners were right in the middle of the reign of Queen Victoria and entrenched in class based society and many etiquette rules. Players are welcome to create their own original characters or collaborate to take a wanted character or plot. CURRENT FEATURED PLOTS - Circus at Cremorne, Nightingale's Nursing School, Rubgy Team, Department Store Rivalry, and Underbelly Crime World.
I have my fair share of Administrative experience, however one thing I've always struggled with is Site Events. Usually drumming up interest isn't a problem but the execution is. So I'm wondering: Have you done site wide events? What kind of events did you do? How successful were they? Do you have any site event suggestions? What's been your overall experience/What's your overall opinion? One type I usually see is a masquerade. Do you think it's a good idea or overdone? One thing I did that I thought was a good idea was like a mixed bag thing. People signed up with whatever characters they wanted and then would get randomly partnered with another and they had to do a thread. People liked the idea but it seemed like not a lot of threads were completed. Should I judge it's success on completion of overall feedback? What do you guys think of site rewards for participation? Or is just the involvement in the plots reward enough? Many questions!