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14 February 2009 @ 10:59 pm
J/k, it was an option after all.  
It's a bit embarrassing to do this after insisting so hard that it wasn't an option, but since Episode 1 has been going on about a month and a half now-

It seems most of the contestants are wrapping up their threads there at this point, and the ones that aren't yet seem likely to go on for much, much longer than intended. So, after weighing the options, we've come to the conclusion that we should probably summarize the rest of the challenge and move on.

Everyone, please use this post to work out with the others what happens to your characters between your current time and 0:60!
(I will as well.)

The very first Week Change Post will be put up once all characters are summarized and accounted for, though we're also planning to hold a debriefing with the Announcer, in case anybody wants to strangle discuss the challenge with him.

Additionally, I deeply apologize to those muns whose characters didn't really get to participate at all. ´д` This level design turned out to be far too big for only twelve combatants, so I'll try to do better with Episode 2's Arena, and working the kinks out of the challenge system. I'm very sorry, and thank you so much for your continued patience.
Current Mood: optimisticoptimistic
America / Alfred F. Jones: ☆ moving beyond documentsoldglory on February 23rd, 2009 05:27 am (UTC)
Hmm... America's fears are a little cracktastic for the mood we have going at this point, so maybe it'd be better for Larxene to be the one who winds up closer. Anyway, I don't think America would intentionally attack Seishirou if he didn't present a threat or get in the way.

Edited at 2009-02-23 05:28 am (UTC)
vryvryfrigtning on February 23rd, 2009 05:32 am (UTC)
That sounds good. Since Larxene's 'fears' are at the least concrete if not actually, you know, proper feeling. And ditto on intentionally attacking Seishirou here - as long as he stays out of the way, Larxene won't hurt him.
Glückskeks: thinky thoughtsles_lenne on February 23rd, 2009 10:08 am (UTC)
All right. He'll continue watching their fight. If they don't blow anything up he'll do nothing (if they do blow something up he'll come out and say something weird and devilish, but only attack if they start attacking him). Btw., if one of them is offed in his field of vision he's likely to go try kill the one left over -- and yes, he doesn't care about the team thing. Sad but true. :/
America / Alfred F. Jones: ☆ founded on a good ideaoldglory on February 23rd, 2009 01:51 pm (UTC)
Awright. I don't think we were gonna have either of them get killed, just for simplicity's sake, so this is shaping up to look something like...

"America and Larxene reach airfield and fight, probably inside the hangar. Both of them hurt each other but neither is killed. It's sort of a cat-and-mouse game, so it goes on for about the rest of the episode. At some point they wreck a plane (or something) and Seishirou comes out and says something weird and devilish, but he doesn't really interfere with the fight." How's that?

Oh, there's also the crystal itself to think about. It's possible it could change hands at least once or a few times over the course of this cat-and-mousing. Since that'll determines which team wins, do we wanna just roll dice to see who has it when time runs out? (I'd say 1d3, since there's two blue teamers and only one red up there.)
Glückskeks: sweet momentsles_lenne on February 23rd, 2009 04:07 pm (UTC)
Sounds good. *thumbs up*
America / Alfred F. Jones: ☆ always on the moveoldglory on February 24th, 2009 03:52 am (UTC)
1d3 says Blue. Wanna say America took it once and then Seishirou took it back (by happening to be standing there, or something)? If not, we could have it so's Larxene does it at some point.
vryvryfrigtning on February 23rd, 2009 09:27 pm (UTC)
Works for me. :D