So, I'm sitting back and going "It's been a long time since I've GM'ed a game" and remembered that I tried this game once and had a player bum out on me. So, I wanted to see if anyone else might be interested and put up the information. Take a look, lemme see what kind of interest I can drum up. The following is a complete reposting of the original first thread, minus the character sheet. When I know what's going to happen, I'll throw out that information. In Japan there is a remote town with two rival schools. Their students come from around the world. At these schools, you are among the elite, and you are also a master in some fighting style. The two schools are run by two families - the Kazegami and the Sakuramori. The rival schools can challenge each other in the fighting arena. This is a death match between two students so it doesn't happen too often, but often enough due to the nature of the relationship between the two families. The Kazegami show no mercy, and tend to kill their opponents because it would be dishonorable to fail the bloodline by not doing so. The Sakuramori give their opponents a second chance, inviting them to their school. Though by accepting this offer, a Kazegami student forsakes their honor and is more likely to be challenged and killed by a former classmate. The families, the Kazegami and the Sakuramori, have been blood rivals for nearly a century. The families have passed it down through the generations that the other family is no good. In the past there were fights in the arena nearly daily, each side trying to prove that they are the best. It is a love story. I don't want to say a Romeo and Juliet style, because it doesn't have to be a tragedy. But I need for one person from each side to fall for each other. From there, be creative. I'll go into more details about the story once I know what type of characters I'll have. Needs (Move your mouse to reveal the content) Needs (open) Needs (close) At least 2 players for each school with a total of up to four per school. No more than 8 players. At least one needs to be of the Sakuramori family. At least one needs to be of the Kazegami family. No more than two from each of the families, the others should be from outside the families.