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Edited by Maverick: 6/9/2019 1:23:00 AM

D2RP - A Destiny Roleplaying Community

A little over a year ago, I ran into [url=]a thread[/url] here by a user named Galtharis. He was advertising a Destiny roleplaying server on Discord, and as someone with an interest in both writing and the game's lore, I thought that I'd give it a try - RP is basically collaborative writing, after all. Since joining D2RP last April, I've been involved with or otherwise audience to a 3-month-long expedition of the Leviathan, an even longer boss rush leading up to Riven in the Dreaming City, two murder investigations, a handful of both Guardian romances and rivalries, a manhunt across Nessus for a Warlock of questionable morality, some Exotic equipment quests, a recreation of DOOM 2016 with Hive in place of demons [Acrius makes a fine Super Shotgun], and at least a dozen conversations on whether or not Exo having "reproductive drives" means that they're capable of having sеx.. I could go on for pages about the things I've witnessed. Naturally over this much time, there have been a few changes. Plenty of people have come and gone - 543 exactly, based on the invite link stats. The server, its staff, roles, and rules have been reorganised twice. We had a few writers split off to do their own thing and later rejoin. But its core - a community of people who, like me, were interested enough in Bungie's story to extrapolate on it - remains the same. On the other hand, our range of writers, writing styles, and stories is anything [i]but[/i] the same. Some people prefer casual, one-off missions while others like myself set up continuity-heavy plots that can run for months. We've got sections for solo journals, intel files, and the occasional art piece. Some make Guardians, and some take the different route of writing from the perspective of an Eliksni or Hive. Some characters end up being immortal glorified murderhobos, while others have the actual jobs and responsibilities you'd expect of a living world. Anyway, the short of it is that we're still around. And if at any point while playing you ever thought about your character's life, how they'd realistically react to a situation outside the limitations of game mechanics, or how the lesser-explored aspects of the lore interact with the whole - you'd fit right in too.

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