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PostPosted: Wed Mar 19, 2008 12:56 pm    Post subject: Gamer Corps Headquarters  Reply with quote

Gamer Corps Headquarters

TIME
Tuesday 2 : Afternoon

"Being a Building built specifically for Gamers, the designers (whoever they are) didnt have to make it bland and work-like.The walls are painted decoratively with game icons and effects. The carpet also is much more decorative with many shapes and swirls. Not limited to simple work decorations, spaces are adorned with game influenced statues, plant life, and designs."

Now this feature of our roleplay will not be lead by or regulated by Game Masters Anomaly and Skybait J. How, you may ask? Well, we provide you with maps of the building and you, the Gamers, will simply wander the halls, interact, and interpret the locations. The events technically happen between plotlines, so you can always post on this thread, no matter what. You can also roleplay as video game charactors, provided nobody else is playing as those charactors. But may it be noted you cannot be your Gamer and a Game Charactor at the same time. You can also not be two or more Gamers at once. You may only have one charactor active in the Headquarters and one charactors active in the mission. Unless stated otherwise. Oh, and yes, players can form links with these playing game charactors, that is the one feature that is regulated by the GMs. Other than that, there basically are no rules. Blow up the building if you will. As long as you all abuse this thread, we will be happy.

Time Concept: Yes, there is a concept of time. Unless we get into this and we have to slow down or speed up time, each real life day, beginning and ending at midnight Greenwich Mean Time, is a four part section of a roleplay day. Early Morning (12 am - 6am) Morning (6am-12pm) Afternoon (12pm-6pm) and Night (6pm-12am). While you can ignore this time system, it might be in your interest to follow it.
Timezone Converter

In your first post, please describe the location and appearance of your office.
All data about locations and news will be in this first post.

Missions
Of course, being the Gamer Corps, we kinda have to save the world and stuff. These are missions listed you can take to roleplay on the Mission Thread. Your Gamer can only be on one mission at a time, but you can play multiple Gamers on multiple missions. Also, the Gamer on a mission can still post here, but any changes in their cards or general data dont take effect until after the mission has been completed.

CURRENT MISSIONS
Rescue Mission. Princess Peach Toadstool has been kidnapped (again); help Mario get her back from Bowser. Gamers Required: 1+.


CURRENTLY ON THE BULLETIN BOARD


EVENTS


Ground Floor


Entrance: There are several paths to the inside of the building from the outside, including secret trams.
Reception: The Reception hall is richly decorated with everything "Gamer". The Reception keeps record comings and goings in and out of the building as well as in and out of the Gaming Lounge. The Reception Desk can keep contact with any location in the the building as well as Gamers' Visors, as long as their in-building.
Kitchen: The kitchen in not off limits to Gamers, and one can go in there and cook what they so desire.
Cafeteria: There is a salad bar as well as a bar serving the appropriate meals.
Gaming Lounge: Hey, its a Gamer's job to game! And this is the motherload of games. People can play individually or in groups. There are console games of course, along with a Wall o Games, but there are also some arcade games as well as PCs.

First Floor


Break Area: An area which Gamers can have quick access to food without going downstairs. Contains a soda and snack machine, water cooler, microwave, minifridge, and the bulletin board. Papers and pictures may be posted on the bulletin board
Janitorial: A sign is posted on it's door: "We are our own custodians. Be courteous. Clean up after yourself." ~Caesar Gamer
Office Stuff: Copier, scanner, office supplies, storage, um, what else is in an office building...? I've only worked in a coffee shop, so sue me.

OFFICES

Atlas Gamer #7
---My room is simple: a bed, a television, an Xbox 360 with controllers and a stack of games next to it. The wall is painted plain black.  

Cadet Gamer #12
---My room has cobalt blue walls, with two posters (Bomberman and Mega Man X) on the third wall. The second wall has a small sofa, mostly for sleeping on, but also for the occasional handheld video game. The first wall has a a desk that has a laptop computer permanently placed on it, and internet acess. The fourth wall is broken. (Not really. It actually has a door and an Ultraman poster. I just like to say that it's broken. )

Silver Gamer #18
---Silver lives in the Headquarters on and off, so her office reflects that. Her office also reflects her loud personality. The walls are painted just short of tie-dye, covered with posters and paintpen words and doodles. She has a desk to the left of the door as well as a couch against the far all. The desk is covered in thousands of pink, silver, and gold doodles as well as thousands of stickers. The same can be said for her Apple computer. The couch has a blanket and pillow either on it or beside it, along with several stuffed animals. She has her own bulletin board on the right wall covered in pictures and pin ups of everything gamer and Gamer. On the left and back wall she has several shelves of books, movies, games, and dolls, some of it scattered in piles around the room. Mounted high on the wall above the shelves is a decent sized TV with a Wii hooked up to it. A controller with a lime green cover can often be seen on or around the couch.

Captain Gamer #20

Second Floor


Library: For independent research, or even for a quiet place to read. Contains digital as well as print information.
Gym: The main area for basic training and exercise, contains weights, exercise equipment, combat dummies, among other things.
Locker Rooms: Each locker room has lockers, sinks, and showers
Safe Battle Zone: This is the area for testing out cards and combat moves as well as for sparring. Can also summon complex combat scenarios through the Control and Observation Deck.

Third Floor


Briefing Room: A room with a table and a SmartBoard connected to a computer. Used for mission briefing and the likes.
Medical Ward: A fully stocked emergency medical room. It does have some basic medicine and first aide, such as aspirin, and some more advanced things as well. But a full fledged hospital it is not.
Techno Gamer's Lab: Contains DR mechanisms often used for debugging equipment such as the Gamer Station and Cards, but also appropriate for fully-fledged Digitally Realised beings. Glitches and viruses are taken very seriously, and Techno is also capable of modifying (and sometimes upgrading) the Gamer Station and Corps-issued Game Cards.
Communication Hub (Mission Control): Has a very powerful system of communication computers. While it can communicate with other facilities such as IDR, it can also keep contact and receive data dumps with each Gamers' Stations. Nicknamed Mission Control by Gamers due to it serving as a sort of war room during missions and crisis's.
Rest and Waiting Area: During a time of crisis with a lot of running around and chaos, participating parties will take a break in this area when there is a lull in the action. There are more plant life here as well as more abstract design, rather than game design.

Caesar Gamer
---When you walk into Caesar's office, the first thing you'll notice isnt even in his office. There is a red light above his door with a sign under it stating "Do not enter when red light is on. Any entrances will be at your own risk." But really, when you enter, the office is deceptively small and formal, with file cabinets lining either wall and a desk in the middle. The computer has way too many wires coming out of it going who knows where, with a swivel chair behind the desk. Besides papers and more papers, the desk only has a few personal touches, mostly limited a few artistic paperweight things, a single picture frame, and strangely a small, rubber dog. There are two semi-comfortable chairs shoved to one side of the desk and are. like the desk, covered in papers. Behind the desk is a folding screen that reaches from one wall to the next, decorated with Chinese phoenixes and dragons. It's general knowledge that Caesar probably lives behind the screen, but whatever's back there is a mystery.

Techno Gamer
---The most noticeable thing about Techno Gamer's room is the darkness; the overhead lamp doesn't even have a lightbulb inside, and the only light comes from the computer desk sitting in the corner. Though there is a window opposite the door, heavy curtains are drawn across it, and two bookshelves block the view. A single-person bed sits in front of the desk, with the keyboard and mouse in easy reach; between the desk and the door is another pair of bookshelves, these ones stocking a library of various software, with the lower shelves holding unlabelled boxes of computer parts. A wardrobe and chest of drawers are up against the wall to the foot of the bed, though whether Tech' has any clothes besides multiple copies of his uniform is anyone's guess. The wall opposite the bed is unobstructed, but covered in various posters, a calendar, a wall clock, and even a dart board.

Roof

A large, empty space on top of the Gamer Corps Headquarters, with the only structures being the entrance to the stairs and the moderately size aircraft hanger. From up here one can see the surrounding landscape. The satlight is for all kinds of communication. The beacon is to signal incoming teleporters and to make sure low flying aircrafts dont hit the building.


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PostPosted: Sat Mar 22, 2008 10:20 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Room twelve, eh? Well, that's fine by me.
My room has cobalt blue walls, with two posters (Bomberman and Mega Man X) on the third wall. The second wall has a small sofa, mostly for sleeping on, but also for the occasional handheld video game. The first wall has a a desk that has a laptop computer permanently placed on it, and internet acess. The fourth wall is broken. (Not really. It actually has a door and an Ultraman poster. I just like to say that it's broken. Very Happy)

10:17 PM
I wake up, look at the clock, and plan to go back to sleep/ Then I realize that I'm too hungry. So I go down to the kitchen, make myself a batch of french fries, eat it, and make my way bback to my room, saying hi to some gamer or another without looking to see who, and go back to my couch.
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 22, 2008 10:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

My room is simple: a bed, a television, an Xbox 360 with controllers and a stack of games next to it. The wall is painted plain black.

10:35 PM
As I walk through the halls of the Gamer building, I run into Cadet, apparently coming back from the kitchen. He says hello, and I tell him to shut up. I don't think he heard me. I keep walking until I get to the Battle Zone Control, which I rig to summon enemies when I enter the room.

I go inside, have target practice with my Cracker Launcher, and come back out. I go to my room and play Halo 3.  Then I leave the building, leaving the thread readers wondering what I did next.
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 23, 2008 11:53 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

A possibly solemn voice comes over the intercom in Cadet Gamer's Room. I think it's the secretary.

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"Cadet Gamer, report to Caesar Gamer's office immediately. 'I had to find the next save point' is not a valid excuse."
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 23, 2008 10:47 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I heard the intercom, and reported immediately, but informed the secretary that despite the classes taken last summer, "You still can't spell anything right."

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PostPosted: Sun Mar 23, 2008 10:56 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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"You don't spell over an intercom, whatever are you talking about? hmmyes"
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As you enter Caesar's office, he shuffles some papers and throws a few things under his desk. He looks at you quite seriously. "Take a seat, Cadet." Both chairs are covered with files and papers.
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 27, 2008 2:25 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I ask if I can move the papers to sit down, and if I can't, I sit on the floor.
(But the secretary still "dont" know how to spell.)
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 27, 2008 2:31 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

"if you can find a spot for them. Or just stand." he clears his voice, "Cadet Gamer, what I am about to speak with you is of vital importance and is strictly classified, is that clear?"

In other news, the secretary would like to note that she is trying to change the English language, but spelling still doesnt count over the intercom.
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 27, 2008 3:10 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

"Yes sir" I reply. Caeser Game is one of the few sources of authority I respect.

Note: the others that Kevin respects are Franklin Delano Roosevelt, the guy who leads the Bomberman Coalition Team Thing, and usually his history teacher, Mr. Schkameinszor.
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 27, 2008 3:19 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

His voice rises as he sits up straight. "Well, Cadet, I'm certain you know exactly what I'm going to say by now, as there is only one thing that requires this much secrecy." He looks at you critically.

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