Everything here will be empty at first, for the most part, only to be filled out as things are discovered/encountered in the RP. If I forget something please let me know as soon as possible. I will try and update it at least once every week.
Reminder the examples given aren't the only things that exist and prices may vary for more specific things.
Gnash The guard of the Apartments. A Beholder who sounds oddly like Tony the Tiger and seems to be extremely friendly, well-meaning, if not all too bright. Text color: Brown
Tegur A 7 foot tall Minotaur who runs the bar. Boisterous and friendly, with a bit of an alcoholic side, seems to know Mauvache pretty well despite having come from the Cherry Heart world. Text color: Saddle Brown
Benjamin A friendly young Beast-kin who runs the reception desk in the Arena. Always wanting to help people feel good and often can be found in colorful clothing.
Spider A tall young man who is always wearing his high-tech visor. The editor for the TV Station who is very good at his job and very good at bragging about how good he is.
Gabby and Ty A pair of reporters that work for the TV Station but often go rogue for scoops. Gabby is dedicated and gung-ho and Ty follows her around despite his less than enthusiastic personality.
The Directors. An assortment of Directors that run the TV Station. They tend to be eccentric folk but they are always dedicated to their craft.
Millie A waitress at the Arena bar. Seems to enjoy coffee and is a bit of a nervous, if helpful, girl.
Julian The host of a Radio Show. A chipper and curious young woman who seems to be carefree and extremely casual when it comes to Mauvache. Doesn't eat meat but eats a lot. Text color: Lime
Sara Just your average sports lover. A bit on the gangly side, and awkward when out of the zone, she's friendly and seems to be a big fan of the Arena.
Odine A cocky and brash bounty hunter that seems to have an issue with Mauvache, and is a lover of alcohol.
Aiden An arrogant young man who seems to regard himself above laws and thus tends to wind up in trouble. A racist who is disgusted by non-humans who used to be a Fighter in the Arena until he attacked Tegur. Text color: Teal
Samuel Another sports lover. Less awkward off the court but also not as friendly in general.
Noreen Donne A rather energetic, perhaps too much so, and eager photographer. Whom seems to have known Benjamin in high school.
Kate A Police Officer Android of Rama-Indri. Serious and dedicated to her job, seems to have trouble being told not to investigate something and faces some sort of discrimination. Used to be a paper pusher until recently.
Camille The head maid of the Arena/Apartments. A somewhat timid boy who is very focused when working and afraid of animals. Seems to know Caleb from his old world. Text color: Purple
Valerie The Queen of Tennis. A girl who loves to compete, is extremely confident but also a good sport. Is casual when it comes to contact and is often willing to hang. An in your face girl; it takes a lot to earn her respect. Seems to have some trouble with a stalker. Text color: Bold Orange
Riley A guard at the mall. Has a pet cat named Snowball and seems to not be very good at expressing themselves.
Aurea Meadows The personal trainer at the Small Sports Stadium. A small, smiley, Elf who walks with a limp. Text color: Gold
Franklin Akoola A rather laid-back doctor who seems to have taken an interest in the Arena fighters. Seems to know a lot about the Arena and its workers.
Prana: The city in which the RP takes place. Is comprised of several levels, floating above each other and held aloft by both magic and technology. The bottom level is on ground floor, however.
Guard Station/Help Desk: A strangely shaped room that has open windows around the entire thing. In the middle floats a Beholder, the Guard of the Apartment. There are various monitors and switches and buttons inside of the station. A hole is in the middle of the ceiling and the Guard can float between floors at leisure.
Entrance: A massive opening in the first floor of the arena, lined with portraits that depict the Arena Fighters.
Reception: A large open area with a circular desk in the middle. On it sits an energetic, colorfully-dressed, bunny-boy who directs people to wherever they need to go and sells tickets to the Observation Rooms.
Bar: A large bar for a large bartender. The Arena Bar is run by Tegur, a rather boisterous Minotaur who was hired apparently by Mauvache. The far end is taken up by a bar that stretches the entire wall, with all manners of alcohol behind it and manned by Tegur himself, as well as some android bartenders (and occasionally mystery guests). The middle of the bar is a dance floor, and there are tables around that, and booths around the other walls. Music plays from a Jukebox. A waitress brings drinks and food (Which comes from a kitchen that exists through a door behind the bar) to anyone who rings the bells at the tables.
Concession Stands: As it sounds. This area of the Arena has several booths that sell food and drinks for those going to the Observation Rooms.
Men's Bathrooms: Each corner of the room has a stall, the entrance is on the north portion, and there are urinals on the left and right, between the stalls. In the middle there’s a sphere with four openings. Two of the openings, the left and right, are sinks that use special cleansing mineral water. The upper and lower openings dry. A cylindrical mirror is above the sphere.
Women's Bathrooms: Same as men’s except that the urinals are replaced with another stall each.
Men's Showers: Four stalls, triangular in shape, with passages large enough to walk through. There’s an optional automatic drying for 2 points, otherwise free towels are provided. Each shower has a compartment to store clothing (Which is where the towels are as well).
Women's Showers: Same as the men’s showers.
TV Station: The building was made to resemble an arrow, with the top part being the offices of those who run the station. The lower floors consist of filming studios (large, virtual spaces, with most of their technology having come from Mauvache), actor/actress rooms, and rooms for editing and other such tasks. The building is extremely tall with 40 floors, but the elevators are only for staff.
Karaoke Place: A small building nestled between the small stadium and a McDragon fast food place. It's covered in flashy advertisement and is run by two people in their mid-twenties. A male with a cowboy hat who loves country and a female with short, spiky, green hair who likes to rock.
Police Station: A large and imposing building, built to be sturdy and easy to maintain, it houses the entirety of the police force. The lobby is open to anyone but the rest of the rooms, including a jail, armory, sleeping spaces for all nighters, and other such simple but useful areas for the police to be able to do their work without, in some cases, even having to go home.
Radio Station: A three story building that is so small that each story only has several rooms. The first contains the radio equipment, which is in a room with a window to the entrance, the second has a bathroom and a small kitchen, as well as storage area for cleaning supplies, the third is Julian's bedroom.
Beast-Kin: One of Rama-Indri's native races. Similar to humans in appearance except for the fact they have several animal-like traits. Usually ears and tails, sometimes other things as well. They tend to be welcoming and make up the largest portion of the non-human population.
Shivan: Another of Rama-Indri's native races. They have four arms, long, oval, heads, and reddish skin. Seems to have been there the longest yet has less representation than other races. Many mystics among their kind.
Familiar meals (basic food from home): -25/day
Supreme meals (amazing taste): -50/day
Poor drink (alcohol) -2.
Normal drink (alcohol) -5.
Strong drink (alcohol) -10.
Uber drink (alcohol) -30
Deluxe TV (Most regular channels): -50/week
Magic TV (Anything you wish to watch: -100/week
Large Bed: -50
Gargoyle Statue: -100
Hot tub: -75 (2 person) -100 (3 person) -200 (5 person)
Potted Plant: Basic, -25. Deluxe, -50. Exotic, -100
Wallpaper: Solid color, -10. Pattern, -25. Unique, -75
Room size change: -150/-300/-600
Default: Has a bed, and a chest for clothes. Size, 6x9 feet.
First change: Can have 3 items/furniture in room. Size, 9x14 feet.
Second change: Can have 7 items/furniture in room. Size, 14x18
Third change: Can have 12 items/furniture in room. Size, 16x22
Extra room: After third expansion, can purchase new rooms. A regular, default, room is -50.
Bathroom (without shower): -200
Walk-In Closet: -75
Laundry Room: -100
Special massage: -25
Fairy assistant: -1000
Doctor check-up: -50
Doctor treatment: Varies with severity of illness or injury
Dinner and Q/A With Mauvache: -200
Call home: -100/2 minutes
Room cleaning: -200/room/day
Room temperature: -5/day to adjust temperature above or below average
Wish from Mauvache: -10,000
Hob Summon: -100. 12 uses. When used, Hob, a special ram, appears and charges in a straight line towards the opponent. Dealing slight damage and knocking them down, stunning them for three seconds.
Cave Fungus Summon: -150. 10 uses. When used, summons a large fungus with tentacles within ten feet of the summoner. Can be destroyed but it will grapple any opponent within ten feet and constantly releases spores in a five feet radius. If caught in the spores, opponent will be disorientated.
Bullet Hell: To the moon! Journey to the moon and fly a strange transport through a wave of enemies and reach the goal!
Price: 200 Points. Reward: 600 Points and Mystery Item.
Pokemon Battle!: A different kind of fight, use strange creatures to defeat your foe!
Price: 100 Points for first stage. 200 more points for second. Reward: 200 points for first stage. 500 points for second stage.
Ballroom Blitz: A battle against a horde of enemies in a rather large ballroom!
Price: 100 Points. Reward: 200 Points and Horde of Faceless Men! Ally Summon.
Pick Up In The Ruined City: Get a special item and get out. In the middle of a street in a destroyed city. What could possibly go wrong?
Price: 200 Points. Reward: 400 Points. 600 if “Special Conditions” are met.
Never-ending Battle: A fight against a random foe, and another, and another!
Price: 150 Points. Prize: 150 Points and next battle available. Each battle adds 50 Points to the Pot. A single loss takes away all points. Can only leave after first battle, or every three battles after. Recurring
(Notice, can only be challenged once a month)
Protect the Village: A small village is under assault by evil creatures, defend it with your life!
Price: 200 Points. Prize: 500 and Mystery Item
Slaking Kong: Climb a tower, save the girl, defeat the giant monster!
Price: 100 Points. Prize: 300 Points.
Catch That Pokemon: Find a strange, rare, creature and capture it...before someone else does.
Price: 200 Points. Prize: 200 Points, Pokemon Ally Summon. Recurring
Fear Itself: Waves of monsters befall you, where did they come from, and can you withstand their onslaught?
Price: 300 Points. Prize: 700 Points.
Battle With An Unknown(?) Foe: Face a foe from a realm unknown to you, but, something feels...familiar about this opponent.
Price: 200 Points. Reward: 300 Points and Mystery Item
Land Where Dragons Rule: Battle an epic-level foe. Only for the strongest.
Price: 5000 Points. Reward: 10,000 Points.
This Battlefield stretches out 300 feet by 300 feet and can create a rather dangerous game of hide and seek. For the animal inhabitants could, with enough time, cause a considerable amount of damage.
A timer would be seen in the sky wherever the fighters look, starting at 60 minutes, and the fighters would each receive a mental message that when the timer ends the match will end and whoever has the most HP will be victorious.
Attacks include: Claws, 50 damage. Bite, 100 damage. Scalding water attack, 30 damage. Tail swipe, 50 damage (with constrict for 10 damage each squeeze unless breaks out)
Interview: A friendly pair, Gabby and Ty, wish to interview the fighters! Go to the TV Station and meet with them. Reward: 20 Points.
Commercial: Mauvache wishes the fighters to make commercials to advertise themselves and the Arena. They get to make the script, effects, and other such things themselves. They must visit the TV Station to film it and talk with the editor, Spider, to add whatever effects they wish. Reward: Varies based upon how interesting it is versus how much it took to produce it.
Photo Shoot: To fill out the portraits in the reception area, Mauvache wishes the fighters to take photos of themselves. The photographer will take them around the city to get the right background for them, and try and get them to do many different poses. Reward: 20 Points.
Local Sports Team: The Sports Stadium wants to pay a fighter to join in a match, for publicity, and the fighter will be allowed to compete in a sport of their choice. Reward: 10-50 Points depending on the writing. (Note only possible after they've had two matches)
Cleaning Duty: As it says. The Arena and Apartments often need cleaning and there are limited workers. Mauvache will let fighters clean, under instruction from the Head Maid, if they so desire. Must find the Head Maid first. Reward: 10 Points. Recurring.
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Edited by God Emperor Cow, 07 May 2018 - 07:04 PM.