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  • So it isn't really like the Armored Core RP requires actual stats. It's more weight and build specialization. From the old RP:

    The Armored Cores are divided into three weight categories: light, medium, and heavy. The lightest are the fastest and most agile, but also fragile. They specialize in lighter weaponry, but can equip heavier cannons and missiles at the cost of their speed and maneuverability. Heavy ACs have massive physical power with a much higher load capacity for weapons and ammo, but are slower. The legs types of an AC also determine its movement and combat type. There are three types of legs: biped, quadruped, and tank. Biped and quadruped legs come in the three weight categories, but biped legs are also divided by standard or reverse-joint structure. The reverse-joint structure has less load capacity, but is suited for jumping and aerial combat. Quadruped legs are the opposite, geared solely for ground superiority and maneuverability. Tank "legs" are different, coming in two types, tread and hover. The tread tanks have the highest load capacity and can even store full-sized weapons in specialized compartments, but are slow and difficult to maneuver. The hover tanks have very low load capacity, but combine the ground and aerial maneuverability of the quadruped and reverse-joint leg types.

    Weapons setup:
    Arms: hand-held/wrist-mounted
    Back: mounted cannons
    Shoulders: mounted; usually flares, decoy missiles, extra propulsion, extra missiles
    Hangars (stored in leg-panels): small backup weapons

    Back-mounted weapons are best reserved for the things with higher recoil because you have more stability (and are referred to as "cannons" - laser cannons/sniper cannons/gattling cannon). That said, heavier ACs can equip parts with higher recoil on either arm due to their greater weight-bearing capacity. The arm spots are best kept for weapons that require more dexterity and aiming in fast-paced combat (blades, machine guns, assault/rifles, etc).
    So do you have any thoughts on the potential RPGs? You guys seemed to be most interested, and I'm still pretty unsure on the direction I'm looking to take this one.
    Its alright, I've forgot to answer things plenty of times before

    Nah just role playing on skype with friends
    Ah, I wondered about that. I fugured as much, though I did wonder where you disappeared to so suddenly...

    Yeah, I did take a look. I must say it's quite well done, if you ask me!
    Oh, hey! It's been a while, hasn't it? Anyway, I saw new posts in the Ideas and Wishes thread and decided to check it out on a whim. And, much to my shock, I saw someone talking about a different way to go about RPGs and it piqued my interest! So I decided to take a chance and post about how I felt and what my own wishes were.
    I actually chose Elaine from Pokemon Ranger: Shadows of Almia. In fact, all of Lucas's parents' names come from that game! Luana, Isaac, Elaine, Ollie (Oliver), they're all important people from Shadows of Almia. (I also didn't pay attention in English class to remember anything about Arthurian legend.) I have not watched any of it yet. Care to explain though?

    I'm taking up engineering because yeah! Science! Math! Woo-hoo! I love drawing and writing and acting, but I worry that if I had to do that as a job, I would lose my love for it. But engineering is great and I'm okay with losing my love for it if/when it happens.
    Well, the eyes are the spiteful gazes that people have casted without realizing it, and one of his abilities is being a natural talisman which is why they flew off of his friend. I guess I didn't explain that aspect well, basically he can only cast one curse on his own and multiple when there are more people around him.
    Yeah, by his mom I'm talking about Mrs. Elaine Moncrief. I feel like I don't exactly have a type for my characters? I have a lot, and they're all pretty different. Most are afraid of abandonment, though. I think that's just their writer bleeding into them.

    Well, I want to be monogamous too, but it is just an analogy. I've been doing it for at least 5-6 years, and while I would love to make it a career, I probably wouldn't. Engineering, what up!
    Hey!!! I just wanted to say that my Sign Up for your RPG is finished. Look at it when you have th time!
    I will make some edits here shortly. Well, shoot... I was so proud of Sawyer' s snarky remark too. * facepalms*
    Whoops! Well I think I still did goof when I went back to your sign up of her for reference since I looked at the wrong section. Then again I wrote it at like 2 am in the morning so I will blame it on sleep deprivation.
    Got the civil war post up finally. Hope there's enough for you to work with. Kovu was more of a challenge than I thought initially.
    Well, like you said, he just doesn't use bleach when doing laundry. Plain and simple. If there is no way around using bleach, he usually gets his mom to do it for him. Ehh I think originally when I started making characters there was a little bit of teenage angst in there? But by this point in time, it's more of a "I cannot make a character without breaking them" sort of a thing. Whoops. Gotta have 'em hurt! Well, Joshie was 7 when his brother did it, so not that far off it seems.

    How can I explain theatre? It just... is! Shows and competitions and such, it's all just aah! It's a lot like having an affair. You meet a show or a piece, right? And she's intriguing, she catches your eye. (And the eye of everyone else you're doing it with -- the best casts are the kind where you aren't one person, but you aren't many people. You're something special and together and never alone. But, for the sake of this analogy, "you" is referring to the cast.) You fall in love and you take her for a spin, right? And you get to know the show. You know its secrets, its perfections, its flaws. You work. You work and the more you work the better it is. And then suddenly it's opening night, and you, the cast, all work as clockwork to create something beautiful, magical! And then as quickly as it began, it's over. And you have to let her go. And it's bittersweet, because it's done and gone with. But that's the thing about live theatre, it's alive. Things that live must die, and that's pretty okay. Besides, your next love affair is right around the corner, as long as you don't give up.

    It's also a lot of hard work. It's work and commitment. Acting is hard! You have to give 120%, or else it comes off as flat. It's draining. But it's so worth it when everyone commits. It is so worth the applause at the end. It is so worth the learning and the love that theatre brings.
    Hmmm....I think for the sake of focusing my time on other things, I'd rather keep my post as is, and I don't think what happened is a big enough deal to mandate edits besides.

    Alright, I know it's hard for you to have to drop someone from the RP, but better that than have the entire RP get closed because of one guy.
    Ah, so it was just a mistake, okay. XD I thought you might've thrown Kit into the cross hairs to give me something to work with since I hadn't posted yet. I was going to, by the by, but I got busy with a personal project of mine that's taking longer than I expected.

    Ya...To put it bluntly his posts feel half assed and he's just off doing his own thing with no regard for logic. Like when he apparently had his character shoot off flares thinking they were outside the barn when clearly other posts have indicated that they were inside.
    Hey Charred, I noticed that most, if not all, of Kung Fu Ferret's posts don't meet the 200 word requirement for RP posts. We might need to address that or we risk the RP getting closed.
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