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V5 Concepts Thread; Let 'em loose here
Topic Started: May 8 2011, 04:08 PM (28,704 Views)
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Rattlesnake: It's entirely possible to have someone miss a grade early on because of "late blooming"; you can shelve a "lost year" in early on without bending realism too badly (especially if they're in a private school environment at the time). One guy I know was in that position...he's about to become a full-blown math professor.

As far as characters go, I'm wrangling with some possibilities that verge a bit more on the "capable player" side of things. Not a pre-made player type (obviously), but while it's been fun to have more or less blundering idiots in the game, I'd like to have someone at least seriously trying to get through a round (though...presumably not the voluntary mass murdering sort). Something in the vein of Tyler Franklin, but with a bit more of an edge written in (Tyler somewhat pointedly didn't kill anyone...he just beat them up and robbed them). I'll need to work on some research, but I'm thinking a JROTC type (actually inspired by a character mentioned over in TV).

Then again, it might be fun to have a character who genuinely cracks on the island, though having them like that would require a well-developed catalyst in the first day or two. Again, research would be needed, but a proper mental breakdown could be interesting to roll with.
David Anderson (deceased)
Tyler Franklin (deceased)
Bill Davis (not dead yet...but soon!)
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