Reminder on Character Backstories
Hopefully everyone is working on detailing their characters and backstories. Personally, I find this heavily useful even for myself in other games, because if I were to make a character in a different campaign or story in the same setting, it gives me more experience to draw on for the new character. For example, the more that Eagle works on Aiden or Cyrus, the more he understands Kalashtar. This way, if in another DeoChronos campaign, Eagle interacted with a Kalashtar, he has a lot of personal understanding on the matter out-of-character, which (if his insight or knowledge checks pan out) he can bring into character.
A simple mantra to remember is that “If it hasn’t been decided, I may decide it.” In other words, if you care about something in your past, you gotta’ declare it yourself. Any vagueness goes right into my pocket.
World Calender (Suggested Page)
Basically, the idea for the in-game calender consists of a 50-week Year with 7 days in each week. There will be 12 Months and 4 Seasons, each month consisting of exactly 29 days, with an extra non-month-associated day at the beginning and end of a year, making exactly 350 days in each year. While I have named the 7 days in each week (opting to remove the Sun-Sat system of reality due to the origins of the words), but I leave the names of each of the twelve months up to you. The name of the two excess days are “New Year’s Day” and “Past Year’s Day,” and are the only two days dedicated to Capelli, the God of Time (The Four Seasons correspond to the other four greater gods, in exchange).
If this does not work, please make a note in the comments section or talk to me about it.
An Important Notice for Players: Forums
Please check the “Neo Genesis” forums for some protocol on how to use the forums. I will add those sections to these forums for clarity soon.
As a reminder…
If you want to make a new page in the Wiki anywhere, use double brackets to surround the name of the new page. Example
If you want to make the text that links to that page different than the name of the page, add a vertical line like this, |, inside the brackets after the name of the page, and place the text to be used after the line, but before you end the brackets. Like this.
Linking to an existing page is the same way, but using the name of an existing page. For example, this links to the list of Gods in the game.