Lorecraft is a fantasy role-play where guild members are tasked with expanding its history and the world itself. Rather than a single main story to follow along, there are many stories set in the same world occurring either independently or with relativity to each other. You have the freedom to choose the adventures your characters undertake.
Circulus itself is a vast world regularly being contributed to with new people, places, and history.
We are currently just starting!
Goblin Invasion of the Dwarf Holds - from the dark corners of the underground, the goblins have come for the Dwarves
The Siege of Apollon - the Apollonian capital besieged by the Blazing Host
Heroes' Guild – the first adventurers are assembling
Avernus, The City of Necromancers – a story unfolds
Read the rules below, because you will not be accepted if you do not.
2. If you haven’t already noticed, we’re entitled to follow Gaia Online’s rules. It’s their site!
3. If or when you have new ideas, things like new locations, don’t be afraid to share. It’s our story, and as such, your creativity is appreciated always. I’m willing to listen, though please use common sense.
4. Romance and drama is encouraged always, though if things get too nasty, be considerate and time-skip.
5. Don’t god-mod! It includes auto-hitting or controlling other characters without the user’s permission.
6. Let’s keep this semi-literate and above. I’m not expecting fifteen paragraphs all the time, but at least put some effort into your submission so other writers have enough to work with. I’d say five sentences is the bare minimum for a post.
7. If you’d like to join, put the word fantasy into your join request so I know you actually read the rules. Include a sample of your writing at the length of a paragraph (unless I invited you or already know).
8. Do not begin posting until your character has been approved by myself or the crew.
9. Do not speak out-of-character too often in the story. It’s okay occasionally, but there’s a thread for that.
10. When quoting other people to notify them that you’ve replied, don’t quote their entire post.
11. No, there is no limit to the amount of characters you can have, just as long as you keep up with them.
12. You are expected to be respectful of other role-players. It’s common courtesy towards others.
13. Please include a date and time if you're introducing a setting on a thread. It helps to organize things chronologically.