Everett Young wrote:
I got nothing. Even after two years of being "poof'd."
Keep up the good work.
Must be really really good work
I guess that's true, though I was suggesting splitting it up so it'd be like:
Whenever I look at the trade routes section it makes me think of a more tamed, or at least more traveled parts between towns. For the settlements forum, or sub forum I was thinking that instead of having a section for each town (in case a lot end up being made) there could simply be a topic that people could reply to with their approved settlements. Then in their posts they could just state which town they are in.
A topic for town descriptions would also be easier to edit, if say... Someone were to set fire to a certain town. Accidents happen you know.
We could make a forum for those areas outside Verre Zon's territory, which could include both the wilderness and maybe the edges of the Ameyatl regions. I think an “Untamed Lands” forum would be a very good idea, but widen the focus beyond just wilderness to allow more plots to take place there (I need somewhere for threads based around battlefields anyway.
). Thanks for the great idea Thalron, I hope you don't mind me tinkering with it.
Personally I would prefer to keep Trade Routes and Settlements together, because I think the lines between the two are very blurred and separating them would mean a lot of jumping around between forums that may make the plot of threads harder to follow. For example travelling the road (Trade Routes) with stops in a village (Settlements) and back on the road again (Trade Routes) would end up being 3 different threads.
A topic for town descriptions sounds great, however we would need a town description or two to get it started. Each description can be posted under the account of whoever created the town, that way they can edit the descriptions themselves rather than having to go to one of the staff for each update.
I'm planning to get more write-ups done before university starts (please please please don't forget to comment on the write-ups) but I'm happy to work with anyone if they have ideas for a town description.