Welcome to Primitive Call (shortened to PmC). We are a work in progress MORPG (multiplayer online roleplaying game). In Primitive Call, you will take on the role of a wolf in a natural, northern-nature setting. There will be several different sorts of terrain in which you, as a wolf, can take up for territory. Target your choice of prey from various different animals and different levels of hunting difficulty. And have fun with your fellow members in your own pack!
CURRENT STATUS: Work in progress.
No definitive release date.
CURRENT OBJECTIVE: Version 4
More controller & AI
This is the official forum of Primitive Call. Our most recent updates can be found in the game diaries or staff announcements! Please bear with us as we chug along in making Primitive Call. Your support is appreciated.
As the title says, this works pretty simply and similarly to CAH (Cards Against Humanity) except it's a more cleaner version. Also, it doesn't always have to be fill in the blank (as shown in Examples 2.1 and 2.2). Be sure to prompt the next person what your dark card is so they can respond.
Example 1 (single, double, or triple blank + the prompt for the next person): P1 - The Legend of ____: ____ Princess P2 - The Legend of Butler Guy: Cake Princess (note: the word limit doesn't really matter, just fit something in on a blank space) +Prompt (or dark card or just say the prompt without saying "prompt" or "dark card") - There is a ____ on the loose! Save yourselves!
Example 2.1 (a complete sentence, but someone has to say the first thing that comes to mind...: P1 - Give me a good reason why I should watch those Scooby Doo movies. P2 - A really fun time. (then of course P2's prompt to P3, etc. etc.)
Example 2.2 (...or there can be a word limit to make it challenging for some): P1 - Give me a good reason why I should watch those Scooby Doo movies (you are limited to two (2) words). P2 - Bad jokes (P2 prompt to P3)
The format doesn't have to be exactly like this when you write (of course). Just do what you do best.
That's all I can think of. Have fun guys, go nuts.
I guess I can put a starter here for you to get this started: I remember when someone said "___" to me at the ball. It was nice.
Last Edit: Sept 30, 2018 17:03:36 GMT -5 by CrOwMega
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