Ok so... I had an idea that given all the arguing about things from a certain roleplay.. people don't seem to be enjoying things... the roleplays seem to serious and that isn't what roleplay is about at all... So I propose a new sort of roleplay.. Hide and Seek!!!! Starting out possibly with a map being drawn up. Having multiple sections for different habitats, (Urban, forest/ jungle, plains, desert, volcano, ect) Each area then having a grid drawn up on it... kinda like battle ships I guess (so for example in D6 of the forest biome there could be a small cave hidden behind a waterfall) Seekers have to try and find the hiders and to make it fair, clues can be left that the GM's will place in a location where the seekers can find it for when the hiders are in the same area. So in the snow biome there could be a boot left bhind that peeks up slightly out of the snowy ground. GM's can also make out that the weather may not be quite what it seems... so Jungle could have it as heavy rain that makes it difficult to see, so obviously you might wanna take shelter till it passes. But this could lead you to find a place that could lead to another area if followed. The idea is that roleplayers form small teams. If you want to use multiple characters then they will need to be separate so as to form interaction between multiple different personalities and provide unperdictability. There will be 1 or 2 GM's who know about the locations of where the hiders go. This means that each team needs to keep intouch with each other and agree with what it is they are planning and also keep a GM up to date with where they are or what place they are in. This is to avoid cheating obviously... can't have players deciding to be in the forest one moment and then go into the volcanic area the next. When found, players then join the seekers and doing so will expand the area they are able to cover. Ok, taking into account that this is just an idea. I would like feedback for what you all think of this. It'll take alot of planning to sort out and get going. But it could be interesting to see how things play out after some more planning and ideas are thrown in.