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Welcome to Survival of the Fittest, a RPing board loosely based off of Koshun Takami's Battle Royale, with its own unique plot and spin on the 'deadly game'. We've been around quite a while, and are now in our thirteenth year, so don't worry about us going anywhere any time soon!

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Around Town

Regular Forum (No New Posts) The Waterfront
Even though its located on the water, The Waterfront definitely has a ‘locals only’ vibe to it. Mostly second and third generation businesses, the stores that line the area are eclectic staples of the community. The largest stores on the block are Karis Vintage Clothier; One Man’s Trash Thrift Store; Elysium Comic, Card, and Gaming Supply; Something Borrowed Used Books; and a Starbucks coffee house.
Stars and Bucks May 15 2013, 02:03 PM, By KamiKaze
Topics: 7 Replies: 135
Regular Forum (No New Posts) The Around the Clock Diner
Popular for both its ambience and food, the Around the Clock Diner is open twenty-four hours a day to feed the hungry masses. The restored stainless steel paneled exterior and buzzing neon signs transports back to the early 1950s thanks to the retro décor. Black-and-white tile floors, red vinyl booths that line the front wall and the ends of the restaurant, white Formica tables, and a chrome trimmed counter that runs the length of the service space give off authentic diner vibes. Matt Osterhaus, chef and proprietor, takes pride in his classic diner recipes but likes to ‘class the joint up’ on weekends and evenings by offering a limited ‘gourmet diner’ menu.
After Practice Sep 10 2012, 07:59 PM, By Arscapi
Topics: 4 Replies: 85
Regular Forum (No New Posts) Centennial Park
Centennial Park is nicely balanced between dedicated fitness space and convivial social usage. Athletes love the two baseball diamonds, large green perfect for a weekend game of football or soccer, and well-tended jogging trail that circles the park. People looking for relaxation gravitate to the picnic pavilions and barbeque grills sprinkled throughout, the horseshoe pits, lawn bowling courts, large play structure for children, and a water feature that is active during the summer to cool off visitors.
Kick Balls May 24 2013, 12:26 PM, By Violent-Medic
Topics: 11 Replies: 174
Regular Forum (No New Posts) Quik Stop
Slightly seedy looking with peeling posters inside its barred windows, the Quik Stop is the must-stop location for the under-aged looking to buy alcohol and cigarettes. The convenience store’s employees rarely ever card, and when they do, most legal patrons are willing to purchase anything you request as long as you provide them with a small surcharge.
LSMFT Feb 17 2012, 05:45 PM, By laZardo
Topics: 1 Replies: 6
Regular Forum (No New Posts) The Neighborhood
The area that feeds into Aurora High is representative of the ethnic and economic diversity that makes Seattle so unique. The architecture is varied, illustrating the growth and expansion that the city has undergone. Turning a corner can lead you from townhouses and apartments to quiet tree-lined streets of modest single-family homes, while the next turn might lead you to areas of much higher or lower property values. The unifying sight in the area is the herds of students who trudge to and from the school daily.
So You Wanna be a F*cking Fighter? Jun 2 2013, 02:36 AM, By BetaKnight
Topics: 27 Replies: 177
Regular Forum (No New Posts) Events/Other
Have a thread that doesn't fit neatly into any other category? Want to recount a weekend trip or a wedding out of town? Found a niche the staff forgot to fill? This is the board for it. Please only use this for threads that truly don't fit in any other area.
Earth as a Character Gallery Feb 16 2013, 11:04 PM, By Ruggahissy
Topics: 5 Replies: 84