Battle Royale Episode1

Discussion in 'THREAD ARCHIVES' started by WeaponX, Jun 16, 2015.

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    Kidnapped by the government and transported to a mysterious Battleground,
    50 Japanese high school students are forced to fight to the death in a brutal
    televised contest called Classroom Deathmatch!

    Classroom Deathmatch is a viciously brutal roleplaying game that asks tough
    questions and forces players to make difficult choices. A game of trust, friend-
    ship, murder, and betrayal. And only one player can win.

    Do YOU have what it takes to survive?
    Classroom Deathmatch is an awesome RPG published by Atarashi Games.
    It's really a very easy game system to learn. Piece o' cake! The system is highly narrative, which is perfect for telling a cinematic story, and the crunchy bits of rules work beautifully.

    If you've ever seen the movie Battle Royale, or read the book or the manga, you know exactly what this is about. You don't need to know the movie to play though! This story is set in Japan in the not-too-distant future, where the corrupt government televises a brutal reality game show called Classroom Deathmatch that all Japanese citizens are required to watch. Every year, one class of fifty high school students is abducted and taken to a heavily guarded Battleground. The students are injected with nano-machines which can kill the students in a heartbeat if they try to escape their grisly fate. They are then given weapons and forced to kill each other over a period of five grueling days. Only one student can survive -- if there are more students still alive at the end of the five-day time limit, the students are all killed. It's dog eat dog, survival of the fittest. It's the most brutal contest ever created. It's Classroom Deathmatch!

    Play style:
    Classroom Deathmatch is largely about the interpersonal relationships and internal struggles of the 50 classmates, as they suffer together under extreme circumstances. As such, It would like players who are interested in actually ROLE-PLAYING a little. Or a lot! All 50 of the characters are pre-generated, and PCs WILL die (probably frequently), so players need to be able to get "in-character" with PCs they don't create themselves. Also, creative thinking is often very important in this game. You will find out rather quickly that just running around killing everybody will probably just get you killed too. The game mechanics place a big emphasis on survival, so you'll have to think outside of the box in many situations.

    if you like to join or want to discuss and ask the question please go to OOC and character sign up thread:
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