Cause I'm curious.
What has been your favorite plot/scene so far?
What has been your favorite moment/line?
What do you want to see more of?
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The entire CF plotline was fantastic. The individual segments that pitted us against each other ish were phenominal.
We never finished the bit with the Factory. Little girl, old peddler guy, etc.
But the best and most glorious moment in AD history was the psych evaluation at the very beginning. It was our first scenario, and none since have carried such a powerful weight of consequence. Going into RP knowing that if you screw up a character will die is fucking majestic. We've lost a bit of that feeling. As someone who plays with the expectation of putting my characters in danger, it's more fun for me when the risks are real.
Tamlin and CF are pretty amazing. Can I say Titanic, back in Fieldwork?
I'd like to see more of the one-shot missions though. Ever since Fieldwork, those have been my favorites.
Favorite scene or line? Honestly, I think they're too many to pick any specific one.
Tamlin is wonderful.
I'd like to see more one shot missions, but I'd also like to see more scary things. It might just be me, but while I feel AD is serious, I don't feel that it's dangerous.
Caveat: New here, like you didn't know.
1. So far, I've enjoyed the exploration of Tamlin House, and Light's wonderful little trip to the Olympics. Edge to Light, I think, because it had more character interaction. I'm a sucker for good RP.
2. No particular lines leap out at me, but the scene with "Dr. Kaylee Heiden" gave me the giggles. Like my character needs more reason to avoid Psychology.
3. My first response is MOAR. <laugh> I like the character interaction, so I want to build more on that sort of thing, trying to get my character a better rapport with the rest of the Site 23 staff. But you can do that with the one-shots and the longer story lines, like the recent "To the Pain Series of 732" shenanigans. I'm looking forward to it.
I would like to append that knowing Dr. Mann has no scars anywhere on his body, including the lack of an umbilical scar, has been filed under What has been Seen cannot be Unseen. Thank you.