The more you ask questions on the chat channels, the more you will learn. Most experienced players love to help and are glad to answer your questions. This is also a good way to find groupies. - Locqui
If you're interested, please submit a brief description of your proposed lord quest area to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than Dec. 15th. The primary purpose of this proposal is to ensure that your submission will not conflict with any of Avatar's established history. It should answer the following questions:
When and where does your quest takes place?
What story does your area tell? (A short summary is all I'm looking for)
What figures from Avatar's past will you incorporate?
* Please carefully limit the scope of your creation. You will not be able to adequately recreate the Second Great War in a small quest area. Recreating a pivotal battle of this war is a much more reasonable undertaking.
* While you are expected to involve established personalities from Avatar's past, you are also encouraged to weave new characters into this fabric.
* You're welcome (but by no means required) to explore alternate histories with your creation. The precedent of Arcadia and Noctopia both existing simultaneously is a prime example of this. If you decide to pursue this path please provide some in-game justification as to why this separate version of our world exists.
Check out the following resources if you need some inspiration:
Abbaye Du Livre also contains a wealth of information.
More guidance will be given as the contest progresses. Please contact me if you have any questions. A note on board 2, a tell in game, or an email to email@example.com are all fine.
laazarus Aug 12 2017 09:28 the wiki has been down for over 24hrs (ERROR 502 - Bad Gateway!)
laazarus Apr 08 2017 02:54 TMS seems to be counting more accurately this month
laazarus Mar 02 2017 13:07 TMS is still not counting votes, damn them! Somehow they count Outbound clicks better then Inbound which you would think would indicate to them there is an obvious error, but apparently not.