Strangely today, the park is completely empty for the middle of the morning, when usually mothers and young children would be outside playing or joggers would be in the park. In the center of the park in the playground the hidden bell is located within the center of the park at the playground inside the mouth of a giant penguin slide. But reaching the bell that is hidden in plain sight won’t be very easy. Upon stepping foot into the territory of the Park, activates the giant glyph that was drawn around the perimeter of the park. Upon, the glyph activating all those within the area must obey by the rules in order to reach the bell. With the activation of the glyph the area becomes altered, turning into a swirling aura of energy before a bright flash of light engulfs the area and bringing forth the change in the area. Although the physical body hasn’t left the park, the appearance of the park itself has changed. The area around is turned into what looks to be a giant battle field in a forest with a giant hill in the background, where there is a castle of sorts. In the clearing of the forest where you’re standing there are eight men holding swords, bows, and axes, all dressed in black, behind them are men on black stallions holding either a large lance or black sword, in the far corners there are two girls hiding behind the trees with bows, and in the middle next to two people whom appear to be a King and Queen are holding books the look similar to bibles. Everyone facing you appears to be wearing the same black clothing, but in a different fashion in order to establish rank. In order to start one must have established their position on the board as either as King, Queen, Rook, Bishop, Knight, or Pawn. Once you have called out your rank, the battle will start.
These are the instructions:
King: The one whom established the position as King is only allowed to make one attack posts per post. They must wait one post in between each attack post before attacking again.
Queen: The one whom establishes their position as Queen is allowed to make as many attack posts as they want, but they will lose 50% of their mobility and 50% of their Qi, they are also unable to regain their Qi and Mobility for the length of the battle.
Rook: The one whom establishes their position as Rook is allowed to make as many attack posts as they want, but they will lose 50% of their mobility and 50% of their Qi for the length of the battle.
Bishop: The one whom establishes their position as Bishop is allowed to make as many attack posts as they want, but they will lose 50% of their mobility for the length of the battle.
Knights: The one who establishes the position as Knight is allowed to make three attack posts in a row. They must wait two posts before being allowed to attack again.
Pawn: The one who establishes their position as Pawn is allowed to make two attack posts in a row. They must wait three posts before being allowed to attack again.
Each time you are planning on attacking an opponent you will do the following in your post – You will provide a dice roll when you are attacking a target, the dice roll will be a six sided dice with a total number of four dice. This gives your role a possibility of 24 total, and the lowest number falling being four. The first number that falls 1 – 6 will be the opposing character you are allowed to attack in your next post. (1 = Pawn; 2 = Knight; 3 = Bishop; 4 = Rook; 5 = Queen; 6 = King) the second number that falls will indicate if your character attack landed or if it was blocked then countered. If the number that falls is even then your character landed a successful attack. If the number that falls is odd then your character’s attack will miss and will be countered and you will receive damage. The next number will indicate the type of damage. If the number that falls is odd the damage is minor, if the number that falls is even the damage is major. The total number that falls will explain to you if the target is destroyed or if it was damaged, the same will go for your characters as well. If the total number is a multiple of three then the one being injured will receive minor damage and will be allowed to play still, if the total number is a multiple of four the damage is major and the one being injured (as an actual rpc) will have to skip their next attack post. If the character being injured during the multiple of four and was an NPC they are automatically destroyed. Multiples of six is an automatic destruction and the character will be out of the game.
How posting works
Posting works the same way it does in the NPC Battle System. With one post being a dice roll and the following post being the actual action without a dice roll.
How to win
If the King is destroyed then the game will be over. If your team’s king is destroyed then you will lose and the glyph will release a massive surge of Qi shocking everyone’s body with a massive amount of electricity before giving you the option of restarting the game and trying again.
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