Laura Walker (googlebrat) wrote,
Laura Walker

Arolos Weyr- Eighth Pass Pern PBeM

Riders trying to fight Fall with substandard firestone - as likely to cause problems as it is to actually kill the Thread. Weyrlings preparing to move out on their own for the first time, and encountering new neighbours who might be awesome or as terrible as anyone you've ever had the misfortune to live next to. A Lord Holder trying to deal diplomatically with the Weyrwoman while cordially hating her. Candidates preparing for a new Clutch while their CandidateMasters try to warn them that if they have second thoughts now is the time to state them - there won't be time later on!

Arolos is a canon Pern game based in the Eighth Pass. The fact that we're still running on email groups says that we're old-style, and at fifteen years old you might expect that. We don't go outside the traditional canon colours, and other than girls on blues we stick pretty firmly to the canon gender-based Impressing.

But in fifteen years we've had time to get really REALLY good at plotting.

What you can expect at Arolos changes from month to month. Over the years we've had earthquakes and volcanoes, murderers and forgeries, political tensions and careful maneuvering. Our Weyrleaders have varied between awesome, incompetent, evil and just too young to take seriously. Our Candidates and Weyrlings, even after fifteen years, still surprise their teachers by getting into entirely new types of trouble. Life goes on.

If you're looking for a canon group which is guaranteed not to shut down overnight, join us. Don't worry about not knowing how to play by email - we'll show you and filters make life beautifully easy. Don't worry about fitting in to an established group either - our players are always excited by new members and you're likely to be inundated with offers to write. Whatever character you'd like to write, give us a try - and maybe it'll be your plot I'm advertising next!
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