Posting mode: Reply
Password(Password used for file deletion)
  • Supported file types are: GIF, JPG, PNG
  • Maximum file size allowed is 3072 KB.
  • Images greater than 250x250 pixels will be thumbnailed.
  • Read the rules and FAQ before posting.
  • ????????? - ??

  • File: 1332805912.jpg-(642 KB, 1036x1552, 1327110286933.jpg)
    642 KB InfiniCon hungarian LARPfag 03/26/12(Mon)19:51 No.18468343  
    previous thread:

    >A Convention so large that it occupies its own city. Infinity City, the cleverly named home of InfiniCon is a relatively small, but densely packed urban paradise where fandoms of all kinds coexist in a year-round celebration of anime, video games, sci-fi, fantasy, LARP, and just about any other kind of nerdy subculture you can imagine. With multiple conventions running all the time, each organizing their own large events and gatherings, the city has had to split into several distinct districts.

    >For some, InfiniCon is merely an event to attend once a year, like any other convention. You get some pictures of neat costumes, meet some popular celebrities from the industry, visit some panels, and that's the end of it. For many more, InfiniCon is home. It is a fan's Neverland, where they get to live the dream, fully immersed in a surreal world where fictional characters roam the streets and where you can go to the local café and find a Jedi, a Ninja, a Space Marine, and zombie, sharing a table and conversing over coffee.


    ITT: fleshing out of this setting, brainstorming, writefaggotry and whatever else we can came up with
    >> Anonymous 03/26/12(Mon)19:55 No.18468408
    >I just finished fapping
    You son of a bitch
    >> Jarboot !!j4xjG8Gxyo4 03/26/12(Mon)19:57 No.18468432
         File: 1332806265.jpg-(91 KB, 565x400, Roses_for_Stalin_by_Vladimirsk(...).jpg)
    91 KB

    Also, I made an irc channel for this. I'll add you as a moderator, Hungarian, just tell me who you are in the irc.

    It's irc.rizon.net #InfiniCon
    >> Anonymous 03/26/12(Mon)20:08 No.18468567
    whoa, that's a chick...
    >> Anonymous 03/26/12(Mon)20:11 No.18468603
    in point of fact, that just might be two chicks
    >> Jarboot !!j4xjG8Gxyo4 03/26/12(Mon)20:20 No.18468726
         File: 1332807621.jpg-(49 KB, 340x491, poster-01.jpg)
    49 KB

    Anyways, we should get back to discussion.

    Looking at the setting, what do we need to flesh out?
    >> Anonymous 03/26/12(Mon)20:30 No.18468874
    guaranteedreplies.jpg indeed hungarian...
    >> Jarboot !!j4xjG8Gxyo4 03/26/12(Mon)20:36 No.18468939
         File: 1332808577.jpg-(114 KB, 526x374, stalin_parents.jpg)
    114 KB
    We officially have two people in the IRC, you should join us in it when you get back, Hungarian!
    >> Anonymous 03/26/12(Mon)20:38 No.18468960
    Sooooo sauce?
    >> Anonymous 03/26/12(Mon)20:41 No.18469012
         File: 1332808901.jpg-(32 KB, 322x234, 1331657143885.jpg)
    32 KB
    Obviously the Naruto is Hungarian.
    >> Jarboot !!j4xjG8Gxyo4 03/26/12(Mon)20:43 No.18469047
         File: 1332809034.jpg-(121 KB, 362x500, 96678261_0e48a6f1c3.jpg)
    121 KB
    And I'm Sasuke. I guess we never made this relationship public.
    >> Anonymous 03/26/12(Mon)20:45 No.18469072
    Hungarian's a girl?!?
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/26/12(Mon)20:46 No.18469089
         File: 1332809217.png-(348 KB, 443x347, 1327106726267.png)
    348 KB

    Indeed those are two chicks, it's from /cgl/, and sadly, no I'm not on the pic...
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/26/12(Mon)20:48 No.18469110
    last time I checked I was a man, although there are people who think otherwise
    >> Anonymous 03/26/12(Mon)20:49 No.18469130
         File: 1332809365.png-(405 KB, 666x457, 1330951771447.png)
    405 KB
    I think we can all say that the OP pic has ruined any chance of intelligent conversation in this thread.
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/26/12(Mon)20:52 No.18469171
    not really, as long as you guys talk about cosplaying girls it will be pretty much on-topic. I mean that's a very important part of InfiniCon
    >> Anonymous 03/26/12(Mon)20:52 No.18469172
    Hyuk hyuk.

    Lesbians is purdy.
    >> Jarboot !!j4xjG8Gxyo4 03/26/12(Mon)20:53 No.18469192
         File: 1332809619.jpg-(246 KB, 629x939, Joseph_Stalin.jpg)
    246 KB
    Let's talk about how this setting would be implemented.

    Would this simply be a setting? Or could it have its own homebrew system behind it?

    Personally, I like the idea of making some sort of homebrew system, but only as a sort of optional thing, where Infinicon is mainly a setting.
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/26/12(Mon)20:58 No.18469261
         File: 1332809894.jpg-(2.41 MB, 2736x3648, 1305159045303.jpg)
    2.41 MB
    also now I realize that whiteknighting in InfiniCon could be fruitful contrary to internet whiteknighting.
    As long as you have an actual armor and such, bitches love armors
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/26/12(Mon)21:00 No.18469301
    well, first of all we have to finish the setting more or less, until then it doesn't really worth to talk about making a homebrew for it. Not because it's so much harder but because it takes more time and if we can't even finish the setting then we wouldn't stand a chance to finish the homebrew
    >> Anonymous 03/26/12(Mon)21:01 No.18469309
         File: 1332810069.jpg-(22 KB, 447x338, Ultimate Warrior.jpg)
    22 KB
    >> Jarboot !!j4xjG8Gxyo4 03/26/12(Mon)21:02 No.18469325
         File: 1332810121.jpg-(28 KB, 350x475, stalin_propaganda.jpg)
    28 KB
    I could imagine the lone knight, shining in his bright armor running down the street to capture a shoplifter.

    This setting just gets better and better.

    I stopped working on it a while ago. I may, if I get a couple good ideas, screw with mechanics on the mechanics wiki page, but of course, everything at this point is beta.
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/26/12(Mon)21:11 No.18469482
         File: 1332810691.jpg-(185 KB, 500x376, 1313252764498.jpg)
    185 KB
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/26/12(Mon)21:53 No.18470132
         File: 1332813182.jpg-(125 KB, 600x900, 1310450002010.jpg)
    125 KB
    and bump with some 40k cosplaying
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/26/12(Mon)22:14 No.18470401
         File: 1332814445.jpg-(122 KB, 600x900, 1310474385612.jpg)
    122 KB
    also, anyone knows a good term for the citizens of InfiniCon that's better than Conners or such?
    >> Anonymous 03/26/12(Mon)22:15 No.18470421

    >> Anonymous 03/26/12(Mon)22:16 No.18470437
    Singlehandedly redeems Naruto.
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/26/12(Mon)22:21 No.18470505
         File: 1332814911.jpg-(184 KB, 1169x776, 1309394037855.jpg)
    184 KB
    I think it has a strange sound, not good enough
    >> Anonymous 03/26/12(Mon)22:26 No.18470585
    The people who run the city are Staff, and those who carry out their orders are Gofers.
    The people who are important to the fandoms are either Guests (content creators) or Panelists (fandom leaders).
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/26/12(Mon)22:33 No.18470692
         File: 1332815617.jpg-(588 KB, 1024x768, 1294515428985.jpg)
    588 KB
    that's usable as official terms that mostly the Staff will use.
    And maybe an unofficial term could be "fanatics"?
    >> Anonymous 03/26/12(Mon)22:36 No.18470740

    Chain is covering the ejection port on the left marine.
    40k. It works.
    >> Anonymous 03/26/12(Mon)22:37 No.18470760
    Instead of making this game, can we create this reality?

    I mean.. all we need is to found our own city. Start small, buy land, attract congoers.. Think of it! A land of cosplay, forever. A land of fans and creative works coexisting as one!

    A land.. forever bathed in the flickering glow of countless gaming screens.

    It makes me weep to think on it.
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/26/12(Mon)22:38 No.18470772
         File: 1332815924.jpg-(191 KB, 600x800, 1294518399871.jpg)
    191 KB
    well he has either a pretty high immersion or a very low one.
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/26/12(Mon)22:43 No.18470824
         File: 1332816189.jpg-(239 KB, 900x600, 1294659221022.jpg)
    239 KB
    think about it this way: We make a setting first, a good and proper one. After that we base the game system on the setting so others can play in this wonderful setting without always modding the rules of some other game.
    And after that when enough people realize how awesome is this, we can start gathering money for the grand project. But chances are we will never have enough money for it...
    Such is the life in the Zone
    >> Anonymous 03/26/12(Mon)22:47 No.18470873
    But Hungarian, don't you mean 'Such is life in the Undercon'?
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/26/12(Mon)22:49 No.18470909
         File: 1332816572.jpg-(387 KB, 1024x768, 1294069275635.jpg)
    387 KB
    well those two are pretty much interchangeable
    >> Anonymous 03/26/12(Mon)22:52 No.18470955
    The current illinois lottery is 356 million dollars. It's not all we need, but it is a start...
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/26/12(Mon)22:54 No.18470977
         File: 1332816873.jpg-(190 KB, 911x683, 1292710011830.jpg)
    190 KB
    okay, here is the plan. We let one guy to win the lottery, then kill him and loot the corpse. I'm sure it's a foolproof plan
    >> Anonymous 03/26/12(Mon)23:00 No.18471067
    I say we base the game loosely upon the Monostat system:


    In the case of InfiniCon, particular fandoms take the place of the monostat. The more invested one is in the fandom, the more reality sort of melts away.
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/26/12(Mon)23:24 No.18471381
         File: 1332818675.jpg-(48 KB, 600x450, 1297350129570.jpg)
    48 KB
    and a larper lady to bump this thread before I go to sleep
    >> Anonymous 03/26/12(Mon)23:30 No.18471432
    whut... bitches- er i mean yes. Discussion on infinity con setting, that's right...
    those boobs are mesmerizing, that's a larper you say? I call bullshit, due to lack of shirt.
    >> Anonymous 03/26/12(Mon)23:59 No.18471765
    German LARPer named Inken, according to Rule34 and http://mrsspux.deviantart.com/gallery/
    >> InfiniCon Chairman 03/27/12(Tue)00:10 No.18471883
         File: 1332821400.jpg-(404 KB, 700x465, Sakura-Con-Crowd.jpg)
    404 KB
    Chairman all up in this bitch!

    Right, so we're slowing down a bit, which is okay. We need to take some time to get all this put together. I'll put in some work on the Wiki article, try and clean up some of the sections and clarify some of the murkier ideas.

    Only thing I can really ask the rest of you is to keep asking questions and throwing around ideas. A lot of you really seem keen on a real InfiniCon, so parlay that into imagining how things would be run and how awesome that might be.
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)02:15 No.18473117
    Hey, can we discuss the stat system a little? I would like to start stating weapons and such, i have a bunch of home-made weapons i want to figure out the stats of. And im trying to go by this page for the rules, i want a ruleset to use for specifically this setting.

    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)02:21 No.18473164
    Also good god,e bump for more discussion. Didnt realize the thread was so dead.
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)02:27 No.18473228
    I'm interested in seeing possible maps of the several layers of the Undercon. Like the water treatment sectors and whatnot.
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)03:12 No.18473660
    This would be cool. I think im going to look for pictures to use as examples of the undercon. Like maintenance tunnels and stuff.
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)03:22 No.18473744
    Going to start bumping with pics, but i dont want 1000 pics of service tunnels and shit, what else should i look up for references? Maybe cons, or cities?
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)03:25 No.18473776
         File: 1332833111.jpg-(75 KB, 640x480, DSCF6745.jpg)
    75 KB
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)03:27 No.18473797
         File: 1332833265.jpg-(74 KB, 1024x768, IMG_2138.jpg)
    74 KB
    Imagine this and getting cornered by furries.
    >> S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 03/27/12(Tue)03:29 No.18473818
         File: 1332833395.gif-(719 KB, 2222x2900, metro_guide_eng.gif)
    719 KB
    >First Level - Metro Area
    Use as a sub-way station. Simple enough. Expand through out the entire city. Can get to other part of the Undercon from here.
    >Second Level - Maintenance Level -
    Used by the crew and workers of the Infinicon to maintain the city energy, water and other supplies line. See regular human activity from exploring for fun or dealing in something not wishes to be seen in public. Also this level is where most of the people not rich enough to gain a living space in the main city come to stay. Quite safe though there's no treasure to gain there.
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)03:31 No.18473833
         File: 1332833481.jpg-(303 KB, 1280x960, Sheppard Tunnel.jpg)
    303 KB
    Speaking of metro
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)03:34 No.18473861
         File: 1332833660.jpg-(87 KB, 473x686, comicon (1).jpg)
    87 KB
    I laughed pretty hard.
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)03:38 No.18473899
    I have to say. I love the concept. Probably the first instance of genuine /tg/ creativity in a while.
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)03:41 No.18473920
    Right? Help us out, type up a story, or come up with a location, or some enemies, anything man. Help us out.
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)03:44 No.18473953
    Bumping with lore, already written.

    Yeah, I like it here in InfiniCon. My friend and I run a model booth at some of the cons; we sell the usual historical stuff, sci-fi, plamo, Gunpla, some wargame minis here and there. It's actually a bit of a blessing, not having to rent a shop; we just drive into a dealer plaza, set up the van and the booth and we're good to go. Of course, you've got to be careful when things get busy otherwise some of the crustier patrons will try and rob you blind. Once had to run down a guy who was trying to leg it with a large Perfect Grade Wing Zero. He didn't get far and the packaging wasn't even damaged, which is a plus. Lucky for him, the State Police got him before the Imperial Legion could get wind of him. That's one of the downsides, I suppose. You get a few gangs of vigilantes but hey, keeps the shoplifters down!
    We share a flat with some other modellers and mecha fans on the hubward edge. It's pretty cramped, but we make enough. We also all pitch in for a kick ass workshop for modelling in one of the rooms. I also run some showings on a projector against this large blank wall near the flat; I tend to show older shows and most people don't pay any attention, but every now and again, we get some kid who's only seen Seed or Eva and he sits down and watches and asks if we can get him some more of the series. And it feels good, to be honest, although once we were almost lynched by a group of the Cape Crusaders for showing 'Japanese filth'. Good thing I had Megas XLR on my drive, or I'd probably be handing from my neck with a Naruto headband stuffed in my mouth.
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)03:47 No.18473972
    Its 4AM here. After I get some sleep I'll think of something.
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)03:52 No.18474000
    Its Two here. Im searching for a bunch of pictures to use as reference.

    Oh god, im going to google furries. Lord help me.
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)03:56 No.18474021
    So Far I'm liking it here in Infinicon. I've carved out a Niche here selling Various home-made food and drinks. I sell out quickly during lunchtime. I saw a gang of Naruto Cosplayers cross into videogame territory and clash with some UNATCO solider cosplayers. It wasn't long until the Capes and the LARPERS got involved. Next thing you know the entire section is on lockdown and people are being rounded up. Such is life in the con.
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)03:56 No.18474027

    Check out Joe Nishizawa's photos for underground structures.
    >> S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 03/27/12(Tue)04:01 No.18474052
         File: 1332835260.jpg-(150 KB, 800x536, 1283367105036.jpg)
    150 KB
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)04:01 No.18474058
    That seemed longer in my head. I'll work on it.
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)04:02 No.18474062
    Getting yiffed by furries must be terrifying. STDs ahoy.
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)04:04 No.18474076
    >Full Scale street war breaks out between the furries and the Space Marines.
    >Shit goes down bigtime.
    >Every single faction is forced to take a side.
    >> Questionairre 03/27/12(Tue)04:08 No.18474095
    Can someone just host a infinicon rpg on skype already?
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)04:14 No.18474139
         File: 1332836043.jpg-(50 KB, 640x480, 1318736659213.jpg)
    50 KB
    >cries of "MAIM! PURGE! KILL!" echo through out the city as squads advance on the furries
    >furfags are deeply entrenched, the SMs charge the enemy after exhausting their ammo
    >it's just like those LARP viking battle things people have
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)04:17 No.18474167
    Infinites. In-fi-NITES. Like Mennonites. or Infinian
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)04:18 No.18474175
    >Space Marines get reinforcements from Imperial Stormtroopers and GDI forces
    >Furfags are backed up by Narutards and Twilight fans.
    >Bullets, Bolts, Ion cannon fire everywhere.
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)04:21 No.18474193
    We need comics of this. Now.
    >> S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 03/27/12(Tue)04:24 No.18474210
         File: 1332836667.jpg-(264 KB, 1038x895, 1293312807708.jpg)
    264 KB
    >Brotherhood of Nod players marching around burning furries in the Name of Kane
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)04:29 No.18474244
    >Bronies show up
    >Scions (sci-fi) and Furnights (kinda shitty I know) form a temporary alliance
    >Go back to killing each other as the last Bronie falls
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)04:34 No.18474272
         File: 1332837240.png-(6 KB, 497x501, 1318759082588.png)
    6 KB
    >the final push
    >Stormtroopers (SW, mind you) are sent first as cannon fodder
    >most of their ranks are cut down
    >Space Marines rush in, chainswords roaring
    >the Space Marine Sergeant stands atop the enemy's sandbags, yelling orders and preaching the Emperor's will
    >a stormtrooper desperately reaches out for him, for he still lives
    >the Sgt pauses for a moment before grasping the man's forearm and helping to him to his feet
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)04:35 No.18474282
    >As the last Brony falls. The Anime fans charge.
    >Turns into a three way battle between the Sci-Fi fans, the furfags and the anime fans.
    >The capes just look on.
    >As the dust clears. The Anime fans retreat, the furfags are exiled and forced underground. And the Scifi fans emerge victorious. for now.
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)04:38 No.18474295
         File: 1332837480.gif-(49 KB, 320x213, Mammoth Tank.gif)
    49 KB
    >GDI gives heavy armor support in the form of Mammoth Tanks
    >Nod Flanks the retreating furfags and bronies with Stealth Tanks.
    >Pincers movement.
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)04:39 No.18474304
    this mental image just gave me goosebumps. It was amazing.
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)04:41 No.18474313
    I love this setting so damn much...
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)04:44 No.18474331
    Fucking Beautiful. This needs to be added on the wiki.
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)04:49 No.18474363
    All these fanbases meshing together. Conflict is inevitable. As the above posts just showed us.
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)04:51 No.18474378
    I wonder... Would there be a determined chapter, multiple chapters, or maybe a /tg/ chapter at this thing?

    Just imagine a /tg/ chapter banner...
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)04:52 No.18474393
    EVERYONE will be involved. So I'd imagine more than one chapter would be involved.
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)04:58 No.18474433
    Whoever mentioned the skype campaigm, count me in
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)05:12 No.18474490
    >skype campaign
    Sounds like fun. How do I join?
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)05:20 No.18474525
    I'm in too.

    Just gotta find someone to run it, I guess.
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)06:15 No.18474686
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/27/12(Tue)07:17 No.18474911
         File: 1332847044.jpg-(48 KB, 720x480, 1303421185700.jpg)
    48 KB
    I have way to many pictures, but mostly about larpers, reenactors and medieval arms and armors.
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)07:21 No.18474924
    Where is the district for furries?
    >> S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 03/27/12(Tue)07:26 No.18474948
    Standard anthro like Sonic belong in Western Comic district.
    Cat girl with ears and tails belong in Animu & Mango.
    Furry with those yiffy thing go down the Undercon after being banish by the Alliance .
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/27/12(Tue)07:27 No.18474953
         File: 1332847662.jpg-(185 KB, 500x375, 1322772132489.jpg)
    185 KB
    and probably the hardcore bronies go into the UnderCon too
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/27/12(Tue)08:07 No.18475169
         File: 1332850054.jpg-(616 KB, 1600x1067, fallout3-066.jpg)
    616 KB
    and now a few "could be" citizens, to give people inspiration
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/27/12(Tue)08:09 No.18475181
         File: 1332850189.jpg-(998 KB, 1600x1067, fallout3-102.jpg)
    998 KB
    scavenger and possible criminal, near to the industrial area
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)08:10 No.18475185
    Sonic in Western Comic district? How does that make sense?
    >> S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 03/27/12(Tue)08:12 No.18475198
    My bad. I was a bit confuse at the time. Sonic in vidya games.
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/27/12(Tue)08:14 No.18475208
         File: 1332850441.jpg-(828 KB, 1600x1067, fallout3-146.jpg)
    828 KB
    rare finding at an Undercon tunnel entrance
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/27/12(Tue)08:16 No.18475216
         File: 1332850596.jpg-(803 KB, 1600x1067, fallout3-196.jpg)
    803 KB
    artifact, found in the Undercon
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/27/12(Tue)08:21 No.18475248
         File: 1332850905.jpg-(889 KB, 1600x1067, fallout3-252.jpg)
    889 KB
    bartering in the Wasteland
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)08:25 No.18475269
    Your mention of bronies has me thinking. What conflictsgreat conflicts have occured in Infinicon's history? Before the founding of the Alliance there were probably battles of all sorts. In the early days, the LARPers were the only ones with any real advantage (they had actual weapons and armor with them). And then some fantasy and animu fags brought out there replicas, and together they banished the furries, and formed the first stages of The Alliance. That sort of thing.
    >> S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 03/27/12(Tue)08:31 No.18475297
    Most obvious battle would be Western Media vs Anime & Manga. Each convince that their stories and plot is better (Even though it's the same just in different art style).
    Civil War would also be often since it would be hard to find something everyone would agree on. Narutard against other anime fan for claiming that Naruto is the best anime to ever grace this Earth. Marvel VS DC. High Fantasy VS Low Fantasy. Star Wars VS Star Trek and etc etc.
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/27/12(Tue)08:41 No.18475351
         File: 1332852067.jpg-(1.11 MB, 1600x1067, Razors_Edge_Pe_099.jpg)
    1.11 MB
    well, first of all I don1t think there would be such thing as an Alliance, except in name maybe. I mean most of the citizens are nerds, who can't even agree about things in one edition, there is even less agreement between two edition of the same fandom and don't get me start on X vs Y things (like SW fans against Trekkies, real bloodbath)

    My other idea is that between really different fandoms like larper knights and anime ninjas are only harsh words, mocking fights but nothing really serious most of the time becuase if that happens then there will be consequences.
    But are semi-serious fights in each district between related fandoms and factions, like Choas worshippers against the IoM or Naruto fans vs Bleach fans. Those are sometimes larger in scale and seriousness.
    And then sometimes there are real wars, like the Fantasy district vs the Sci-Fi district or UnderCon vs UpperCon

    But keep in mind that there is the InfSec and the ICE and they will break up any prolonged battles and the participating factions may or may not will suffer from the consequences...
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)08:42 No.18475359

    Hey, if you guys get on again, Im the guy who was gathering pictures of reference material, I'll run this motherfucker as soon as we come up with a homebrew for it. I dont want to use existing rules because i want something build for this setting specifically. But for real, When it happens ill host a skype session.
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/27/12(Tue)08:46 No.18475384
         File: 1332852382.jpg-(1.22 MB, 1280x853, IMG_4047.jpg)
    1.22 MB
    border patrol at the airsoft territory
    >> S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 03/27/12(Tue)08:52 No.18475411
    Maybe the alliance is something in time of emergency? When all the faction leaders decided that this threat is bigger than what each district can face alone? It's a treaty that is to be use only when facing the greatest or most hatred enemy.
    >larper knights and anime ninjas
    Now I want to see a full plate knight on horse back fighting a weeabo throwing card board shuriken. Would be hillarious to see.
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/27/12(Tue)08:53 No.18475417
         File: 1332852834.jpg-(1.05 MB, 1280x853, IMG_4132.jpg)
    1.05 MB
    Shrine for the unknown airsoft soldier who hold the ground against a tide of furries
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)08:57 No.18475444
    How does a Rhythm District in the video game area sound? Picture a bunch of bars with Rockband and Guitar Hero available, clubs that let you mix any two songs in Dj Hero, and Samba De Amigo in mexican storefronts on huge hd tvs? Roving bands of, well, Bands, who can destroy RB and GH, all play on expert, and carry their own guitar controllers around?
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/27/12(Tue)09:00 No.18475463
         File: 1332853242.jpg-(307 KB, 900x709, img_6331_std.jpg)
    307 KB
    well, there is really no threat like that. I mean it's not like the furries will give THAT much of a problem in my opinion, in fact I don't think there would be any threat that could be destroyed only by a city wide alliance.
    Maybe some external threat will need bigger alliances but still the people will be divided by various things
    >> S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 03/27/12(Tue)09:02 No.18475472
    As I also said
    >most hatred enemy.
    The treaty is there to prevent people fighting each other for a chance to fight the enemy.
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/27/12(Tue)09:02 No.18475473
    don't forget the various dancing games
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)09:04 No.18475488
    Shit, i hadn't meant to.

    >Huge sky scrapers with billboards on the side, displaying a DDR game unfolding below it, the moves for everyone to see.
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/27/12(Tue)09:09 No.18475511
    I think there is still the problem about that there is no suitable enemy for this. Nerds are pretty good at hating each other imho. Because "an enemy of my enemy is also a dick"
    just think about it, would the hardcore space marine players ally with xeno scum? or with heretics? and that's just within the fandom.
    >> S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 03/27/12(Tue)09:12 No.18475528
    Well that's true. Guess it would be better to remove the idea of alliance and just put in a temporary cease-fire.
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/27/12(Tue)09:21 No.18475596
         File: 1332854512.jpg-(98 KB, 720x540, 1323383460700.jpg)
    98 KB
    although it's good for a legend or for a campfire tale but I can't see it happen
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/27/12(Tue)09:28 No.18475621
         File: 1332854886.jpg-(462 KB, 2048x1536, IMG097.jpg)
    462 KB
    vendors at the larp district
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)09:30 No.18475639
    And what do i have to do to unlock the 'Give them the dick' path?
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)09:31 No.18475651
    Embrace your inner Descartes.
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)09:32 No.18475655
    >That pic

    Oh god my sexuality every time fuuuck

    Also I liked the idea of the city being an entity

    Not because I wrote it or something, no, nothing like that
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/27/12(Tue)09:34 No.18475673
         File: 1332855258.jpg-(113 KB, 466x700, 1302094362800.jpg)
    113 KB
    you have to dress as a bard and sing the song of love...

    or be a Landsknecht and get all the bitches
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)09:37 No.18475692
         File: 1332855436.jpg-(3 KB, 126x121, 1304845897886.jpg)
    3 KB

    What if i was a Landsknecht Bard?
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/27/12(Tue)09:40 No.18475704
         File: 1332855655.jpg-(109 KB, 600x800, 1313522337979.jpg)
    109 KB
    then all you need to know is marching songs

    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/27/12(Tue)09:49 No.18475760
         File: 1332856190.jpg-(80 KB, 800x1001, 1313600747342.jpg)
    80 KB
    vigilantes at the anime district
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)10:11 No.18475897
         File: 1332857483.jpg-(72 KB, 640x426, 2324782.jpg)
    72 KB

    they both chicks

    infact there is a 3rd chick and they in a 3 way lesbian relationship

    cute the things young girls do
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)10:21 No.18475942

    Dat Sheena
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)10:35 No.18476009
    there needs to be a real Crazy Hassan's Used Camel Emporium in the fantasy district.
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)10:45 No.18476057
         File: 1332859527.png-(66 KB, 1600x1600, 1323739362987.png)
    66 KB
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)10:53 No.18476098
    At first I was like WHAT IS WRONG WITH HER FACE
    Then I got my eyes off her tits and comprehended the whole scene.

    Yeah, that's probably exactly how Sheena would look in this situation.
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/27/12(Tue)11:06 No.18476165
         File: 1332860786.jpg-(123 KB, 657x1037, 1326838305740.jpg)
    123 KB
    meanwhile in the vidya district
    >> Campaign idea (or something) - Warning, might not exaclty fit the theme -|- Reichsguard -|- !!Q3opPDaKzPo 03/27/12(Tue)11:14 No.18476225
         File: 1332861246.jpg-(57 KB, 900x800, L.jpg)
    57 KB
    In the dark times, when the Con was still young, The Anime fandom suffered many civil wars. From Naruto fans engaging the One Piece forces again and again, the small and old yet still strong Dragon Ball guard joining the fight in order to bring the show back to it's former glory; through the infamous 'Moe Wars' and The Great Waifu Purge; finally to the quarantine enforced on the Evangelion zone. The land of Anime&Manga was not the only one suffering internal strife, but it was here where the precedent was set. The Rebellion, Division and first Secession of a fandom in the Cons history had it's roots here.

    Legend of the Galactic Heroes had a small, but dedicated following. Little Tokyo had some use of them, as they tended to produce qualified officers and command staff any larger organized force needed. As a rule, they avoided involving themselves in internal conflicts in their district, though against external threats they provided valuable assistance.
    >> -|- Reichsguard -|- !!Q3opPDaKzPo 03/27/12(Tue)11:14 No.18476232
         File: 1332861286.jpg-(104 KB, 900x800, O.jpg)
    104 KB
    Of course, the peace and quiet they enjoyed did not last for long. They clashed frequently with the newly emerged Code Geass fandom, and neither side was willing to give any ground. Accusations of theft flew from the LoGH camp, while the other side accused them back of hoarding all military power for itself. The situation deteriorated badly, and in the end, the CG followers managed to wrestle enough power and gather enough popular support to make their move at erasing their enemies once and for all.

    All LoGH visible assets were vandalized, stolen or destroyed. Publicly visible figures were replaced by people more favorable to CG cause. Their history was systematically erased from public records, and all private files were tracked down and seized, their owners "encouraged" to forget they ever had them. The members themselves were painted as power-hungry and destructive, planning a coup to seize even more power for themselves. Thusly, in popular opinion, they were marked as rebels that needed to be put down.
    >> -|- Reichsguard -|- !!Q3opPDaKzPo 03/27/12(Tue)11:15 No.18476236
         File: 1332861322.jpg-(74 KB, 900x800, H.jpg)
    74 KB
    Just before the elite CG unit, the Black Knights made they move to finish the weakened fandom, the Galactic Heroes, instead of pulling a last stand, did the unexpected and proven that even a wounded beast still has fangs to bear, and you can't kill off a good show.

    A sizable portion of the LoGH fandom fled to the tunnels and sewers beneath the city. The move was anticipated, and a contingent of Black Knights supported by some other forces of the district were stationed there to prevent such an event from succeeding. Many layers of the underground were heavily guarded at critical points, and the tight patrol schedule would prevent any significant number of people from escaping. The trap was almost perfect. It'd prove to be it's undoing.
    >> -|- Reichsguard -|- !!Q3opPDaKzPo 03/27/12(Tue)11:16 No.18476246
         File: 1332861365.jpg-(51 KB, 900x800, E.jpg)
    51 KB
    An almost non-existent force was stationed at she shores of The Great Sewage Lake, a massive, slow-moving part of the sewage system that made even the air poisonous to humans. It was deemed unnecessary to heavily guard that area, as there was no conceivable way anyone could safely reach the other side, or bring a vessel with them to cross through, not to mention one durable enough to survive the journey through the acidic goop. As history tells us, these assumptions proven to be incorrect.

    The newly-branded Rebels breached the perimeter at the Lake quite easily. Engaging the enemy thorough different parts of the sewers and collapsing chosen tunnels they bought themselves enough time to utilize their plan. Using some stolen technology, they hastily crafted massive blocks of ice, which were then hollowed out to accommodate human cargo. The crude icebergs left the arguably safe shore and barely survived the journey, but in the end most of the Rebels that entered the tunnels that day stepped out on the shores of Sci-Fi sewer system.
    >> -|- Reichsguard -|- !!Q3opPDaKzPo 03/27/12(Tue)11:16 No.18476251
         File: 1332861408.jpg-(90 KB, 900x800, N.jpg)
    90 KB
    Initial contact between the Science Fiction district and the Rebel Alliance was initially hostile, as an invasion was suspected. This theory was fueled by the increasing reports of unrest in the Little Tokyo, as the general opinion was that whatever faction seized power in the end, it would set it's sights on other districts. Thankfully, cooler heads and reason prevailed, and the full story of the happenings inside the Anime District was brought to light. In an unprecedented move, the Rebels were granted asylum inside the Sci-Fi district, and their existence was revealed to the rest of the city only when their position was safely entrenched. Of course, there was still a lot of mistrust between the newcomers and the older members, but a common ground found soon enough alleviated most of the tension.

    The Code Geass fandom, upon realizing what has transpired, rounded up every survivor of the until-now enemy faction, and reinstated them as a functional puppet state under their thumb. These action, however, did not went unnoticed by other groups in the Anime District. The brief almost total control over the district and the power the CG enjoyed was taken away from them swiftly and decisively as the popular opinion of them took a downward turn. Propaganda action from the Rebels painted the CG as the true aggressors and instigators of violence, with full list of their crimes presented openly. Counter PR action could only achieve so much, and in the end the CG fandom weakened in power significantly. It is but a shadow of it's former self, though a force powerful enough to be reckoned with.
    >> -|- Reichsguard -|- !!Q3opPDaKzPo 03/27/12(Tue)11:17 No.18476257
         File: 1332861455.jpg-(95 KB, 900x800, G.jpg)
    95 KB
    The LoGH "Loyalist", as they were called by the CG propaganda and the name stuck, with their funding cut as their puppet masters went into decline, soon devolved into a system of oppression against their own followers. Few rich and powerful individuals controlled almost all of material wealth and political power, while the vast majority worked for the benefit of the upper caste's decadence and opulence.

    The Rebels have their own share of problems, most notably significant lack of resources and manpower. Their political situation in the district is not one to be envied, as they are still mistrusted and have little influence over the district matters.

    Both sides of the split fandom are discouraged from open conflict or even mild political backstabbing against their "other half". Tension between Sci-Fi nor the Anime districts runs high for many reasons, and the "LoGH Issue" might just be the provocation needed for open hostilities, which neither side really wants.
    >> -|- Reichsguard -|- !!Q3opPDaKzPo 03/27/12(Tue)11:18 No.18476263
         File: 1332861500.jpg-(90 KB, 900x800, R.jpg)
    90 KB
    One of the official [Rebel] Alliance goals is to unite the split fandom into one again, and liberate the common folk under the Loyalist thumb. The Loyalists would see the unification done on their terms – the rebels subjugated and bringing tribute needed to revitalize their dying economy.

    Even though any visible confrontation between both sides in nonexistent, it is rumored that deep underground in the maintenance tunnels and the sewage system a hidden war is going on. Burn marks on the walls, broken weapons and pieces of bloodied uniforms of unique designs are sometimes found in the massive, underground dungeon. Both sides have uncanny knowledge of the design of these underground caverns, and there are rumors of fleets of iceships on the Lake, and of some kind of fortress or super-weapon constructed by one side or the other.
    >> -|- Reichsguard -|- !!Q3opPDaKzPo 03/27/12(Tue)11:19 No.18476267
         File: 1332861548.jpg-(94 KB, 900x800, A.jpg)
    94 KB
    //Enter the Players//

    You and your friend are both young and relatively wealthy LoGH fans. You arrived at the InfiniCity in the search of your lost sister [if you don't see the plot twist from a mile here I'll disembowel you], who's being heavily crushed on by your friend. Not knowing anything about the politics of the city, you went to the Anime District to join up other LoGH fans, since it seemed a good place to start as any. You had enough money to bribe yourself into position of relative power and comfort, your friend however had to settle for something a bit lower. You have shown charisma, keen mind and good combat skills, therefore you have been chosen to fight the rebellion, while your friend enilsted to help you on his own.

    Are you bad enough dude to rescue your sister, unify the split fandom and turn the result into something great, a force to be reckoned with? Are you willing to fight to unite all of Anime District, either by diplomacy or force, so no war would break out and one would threaten your sister ever again? And will that legacy be enough for you?
    >> -|- Reichsguard -|- !!Q3opPDaKzPo 03/27/12(Tue)11:21 No.18476282
         File: 1332861705.jpg-(76 KB, 900x800, M.jpg)
    76 KB
    Generally, someone complained about the lack of possible conflict between various factions and fandoms and whatever else you've got. I tried to make something a little more inspired than simple 40k vs. furries or everyone vs. ponies.

    >> Don't think you know something about the commander -|- Reichsguard -|- !!Q3opPDaKzPo 03/27/12(Tue)11:24 No.18476313
         File: 1332861868.jpg-(97 KB, 900x800, M2.jpg)
    97 KB
    Here's a picture to finish the set
    >> S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 03/27/12(Tue)11:28 No.18476343
         File: 1332862108.jpg-(96 KB, 641x604, 1313297918875.jpg)
    96 KB
    >qualified officers and command staff
    Which use Napolean-era tactics you might add.
    >> -|- Reichsguard -|- !!Q3opPDaKzPo 03/27/12(Tue)11:37 No.18476402
    As far as I remember that's only space combat. Ground based action has it's own rules.
    >> A spider can be many things. Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)11:53 No.18476541
    Who am I? Why I'm Mr Spider, you might have heard of me. Don't get up so hastily, I understand that you're a big nasty man but if you were to touch me favors would have to be called in, and we don't want that do we?

    Everyone claims that the Chairman runs the con much like the ringmaster runs a circus but I know the secret. It only runs because people LET it run, the gophers, the clowns, the minions and so on.

    What am I you ask? I know you didn't but you will when you're properly trained. I am the man who makes the world click and spin safely and quietly on it's tracks, I am the man who deals the deals that need to be made.
    >> A spider can be many things. Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)11:59 No.18476583
    continued >>18476541

    Not for things you understand, things are easy, far far too easy. I trade in that most epheral of currency; respect. While you might be the biggest nastiest man in the UnderCon right now that can change; and it will.

    Soon your power will wane, your punks will stop respecting you and eventually someone else will marshal the masses and lead them on to their slackjawed revolution.

    Fuck me? I'm flattered but that's only going to happen after you've been correctly conditioned for it, my tastes are rather specific. But in actuality you owe where you stand, well sit, today thanks to me.

    That checkpoint that turned a blind eye to you and not those two morons you were running with? Well lets just say that Capt Jonas isn't quite the paladin he'd like to be. Those blades you got at a knockdown price? Well I hear cases of Mt Dew sometimes get spiked with mild sedatives now and then and it was odd you had that bottle on hand for the dealer even though you hate the stuff isn't it?

    Is it starting to become clear now? All those convienent moments which lead to your rise to power? All that sweat and sacrifice because of those words you found scrawled on the wall? Well I wrote them and in a very real way I wrote you.
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)12:00 No.18476604
    I imagine this thing playing out like the factions in Fallout: New Vegas. BHoS = Spess Mehreens obviously.
    >> A spider can be many things. Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)12:02 No.18476616
    Now normally I would offer you a deal, a faustian bargain if you will, but you have the double misfortune of the following.

    #1: I like them big, strong and crying.
    #2: One of the few debts I had outstanding will be repaid once you disappear.

    Now while you weep and reflect on your shattered life let me just slip you into something more comfterble and well begin.

    And for those of you who may be listening I suppose the only way to say this is "Just As Planned"
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)12:28 No.18476820
    And then Mr. Spider finds out the man he's threatened has a zipgun.

    Sure, he'll probably die from all the favors being called in. But the spider will be dead too.
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/27/12(Tue)12:43 No.18476940
         File: 1332866585.png-(14 KB, 384x379, 1319914059192.png)
    14 KB
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/27/12(Tue)13:35 No.18477468
         File: 1332869758.jpg-(32 KB, 450x600, 1327463967027.jpg)
    32 KB
    Not sure if this guy lurk in the UnderCon or a famous citizen
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/27/12(Tue)14:23 No.18477924
         File: 1332872605.jpg-(125 KB, 800x600, 1313597317390.jpg)
    125 KB
    meanwhile in the Fantasy district
    >> LaBambaMan 03/27/12(Tue)14:25 No.18477948
    So I haven't gotten a chance to peruse every last bit of this thing, but what I've read seems kind of interesting. I think this could work really well as a board game of some sort. Players run different booths or something, use underhanded tactics to take customers from other booths and so forth, try to be the most popular/sell most merchandise/whatever by the end of the con?

    I dunno'; just tossing out ideas.
    >> InfiniCon Chairman 03/27/12(Tue)14:33 No.18478045
         File: 1332873234.jpg-(281 KB, 494x741, midna-cosplay.jpg)
    281 KB
    Good afternoon, Con-Goers. Glad to see interest rising!

    I'm interested to see what kind of games people might run with this idea.

    That could just be one of of the many angles to explore the city from. Dealers and Vendors have to worry about selling their stuff as a decent price to make a profit, partly to keep people shopping with them, but also to make enough money to keep their license and pay for their booth space.

    Playing as vendors would also require the acquisition of stock and making sure you can afford to pay some willing guards to make sure your stock gets from the shipping warehouse to your booth unharmed and unstolen.

    Likewise, you could flip it around and have the palyers be those guards who are making sure a struggling vendor gets his stock while fighting off rival vendors who are looking to run them out of town.
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/27/12(Tue)14:40 No.18478125
         File: 1332873615.jpg-(875 KB, 1200x1200, Razor's Edge--1593.jpg)
    875 KB
    > Players run different booths or something, use underhanded tactics to take customers from other booths and so forth
    And again, an airsoft shop which is in an APC that moves from one place to another
    >> Unnamed !vDcyU1BJg2 03/27/12(Tue)15:24 No.18478691
    After being urged by Hungarian LARPfag to post this:

    The Organizer
    Original: https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B0IXkbhdOzgqM2tXeEFBWjBTeS1VU3pNVnhNUUg3QQ/edit
    Also available at: http://1d4chan.org/wiki/InfiniCon_Lore#The_Organizer


    6.00 am, wake up, shower, put on my suit, tie, take my bag, head out the door, sit in my car, drive to work, show my ID to the police and enter. Just another day in the city of colours, and I'm grim and grey as ever.

    My friends are jealous every time we go out drinking, they usually introduce me to people with the words: “This is Ian, he works at InfiniCon...” and from there the chances are the conversation will be anything but pleasant.
    Either people don't know what InfiniCon is – and then I'll have to explain what it is, telling them that I work with managing a city inhabited by people detached from reality. Pretty much like a madhouse.
    Or if I am unlucky people do know what InfiniCon is – and then I have to explain to them that I can not give them free passes or a personal tour and that I don't know any of InfiniCon's rich and famous people.
    >> Unnamed !vDcyU1BJg2 03/27/12(Tue)15:25 No.18478694
    I hate my job and I hate the city of colours I work with. I'm one of the guys who stay in the background. They say we are invisible, they say we are the ones who are not supposed to be seen. Our suits don't fit the theme. Naturally.

    The thing is, our job isn't something people think about, people don't go and think that for every building in InfiniCon that they need permission from the government, so that is where we step in and get the proper permission. We remain in the background, we do our background checks on our citizens. We watch every move, hidden cameras, we spy and watch the citizens, for every act, we counter act to ensure that the real government don't step in and shut down the whole operation. Some speak of a conspiracy throughout InfiniCon, well...
    ...We ARE the conspiracy!

    And this is our story.
    >> Unnamed !vDcyU1BJg2 03/27/12(Tue)15:25 No.18478707

    There are several ways to enter InfiniCon, but usually you notice right away. Most of the con is a huge city, so where do I hide? Or actually, where do we hide?
    The answer isn't really that obvious, you see, for a lot of people working on the convention, we are spread out evenly. Our main base is under ground, we have a few apartments down-town, most of our guys work with the police stations on the city limit.

    You see, at one hand, InfiniCon is a city, it is supposed to have a city council, however it don't. InfiniCon has to account for a city and behave like one, however the citizens has never once shown any interest in the politics, the affairs required to maintain a city of that size.

    When InfiniCon was build the first time, they prepare the foundation physically, however by the huge immigration from every kind of fandom imaginable, it was surprisingly few people who took into the interest that the city needs management. Sure a few fractions turned up here and there, but they didn't seem to want to take on the management either.
    >> Unnamed !vDcyU1BJg2 03/27/12(Tue)15:26 No.18478711
    So we were established, the Convention Men. A secret organisation that runs underground and unseen. Our task was simply: Management.

    The first issue our group came upon was financial issues. If InfiniCon was to be permanent and self-established, how would our organisation be paid for our work?

    Fairly quickly the major convention centre was build along with a few minor convention centres, usually they had only temporary exhibits, people could rent them, it became the front for our secret group, but still secret.

    Unfortunately people wouldn't rent the convention centres all the time, so for the rest of the time we organized things in them, giving us another use, we could almost charge whatever we would, and people would still pay. They were desperate. When we hosted them, we could additionally charge a fee for anyone to put up their tables.
    >> Unnamed !vDcyU1BJg2 03/27/12(Tue)15:27 No.18478717
    As most of the city grew in size and popularity, we slowly phrased out, the convention centres became popular in which to announce new animes, LARP events or films coming out.

    Eventually it was asked why we didn't just have taxes. We decided we just preferred to be secret instead. The nerds was happy not to know of our existence so why change that?

    That was many years ago, since InfiniCon opened, I'm a fairly new employee compared to that, how the system works is only vaguely known, but fact is that our group don't lose money.

    The next point was to hire people who knew stuff about city planning. I had a college degree in city planning of one sort of another, and soon afterwards I was given a job offer. I didn't question it. My job description was fairly simple: Establish contact with the government and ensure permission for a building has been granted. It was a fairly easy job. Most of the time someone would call me and tell me someone was erecting a building in the suburbs, I send out someone in a STAFF shirt and ask a few questions, the STAFF people was our most obvious agents, people trust them. Usually the STAFF t-shirt held enough authority that I could get the information I wanted to relay the construction to the Government.
    >> Unnamed !vDcyU1BJg2 03/27/12(Tue)15:27 No.18478724
    Most of the time – that is 70% of the time – the people who construct anything in InfiniCon had the senses to make the proper paper work and hire real construction workers. The remainder 25% they still hired proper construction workers, but didn't fill out the paper work. For an ever growing city like InfiniCon, that was still a lot of people.

    5% of the people neither had proper construction workers, or didn't fill out the proper paper work. They seem to have the idea that InfiniCon is anarchy. It's not, we can't let them build where they want or how they want. They are my biggest of concerns. I'm supposed to handle it delicately, our group wants to be secret, so how do I stop their working. Usually this is also where the story ends. I call the police, the police throws them out if they can't afford the construction, they crawl back in and they end up in the undercon.

    As I arrived at my front desk this Tuesday morning – cloudy sky above – I was immediately notified of such an event. Someone was trying to build a house on their own in the suburban area of the city, they had begun overnight so it had not been noticed before.
    >> Unnamed !vDcyU1BJg2 03/27/12(Tue)15:28 No.18478737
    “Hey, Susanne, could you call for one of the Staff guys to come up here?” I yelled for the departments secretary.
    “Sorry Ian, but they are all occupied.”
    “With what?”
    “Some fat bitch made a jump for it and made jam.”
    “Sonnovabitch, suicides are hard to sort out.”
    “Yeah, but it still means that the staff is all busy scraping off her blood from the street.”

    I sighed and grabbed my staff ID card, we were instructed to venture as little as possible into the actual conventions. I found my parking space and drove off, after 15 minutes I located the house.

    A young man wearing a gas mask and otherwise military gear was pitching a tent – admittedly it was not technically a structure, but still it was enough.
    >> Unnamed !vDcyU1BJg2 03/27/12(Tue)15:29 No.18478742
    “Excuse me sir! Convention STAFF. Mind if I ask a few questions in regard to your tent?”
    “Not at all, be my guest.”
    “Do you plan to live in it permanently?”
    “No, just for a week.”
    “I had a bet with a friend of mine if I could live for a week with no electricity. I think I can manage that.”
    “Okay, thank you. We may come round in a week and check if you are still here!”

    Luckily someone had to live somewhere for two weeks before we had to report it to the government, and as much as we knew, people made bets like that all the time, and usually they failed.

    Unfortunately due to the morning traffic I had to drive through the city, it was a weird sight, apartments made of bricks, with sheets and colours of all rainbows. And there I was driving my grey sedan with mirrored glass, trying to be as colourless as possible in a world of colours.
    >> Unnamed !vDcyU1BJg2 03/27/12(Tue)15:29 No.18478751
    I must have not been paying attention because the next moment someone stepped in front of the car. Almost suicidal.
    I stopped the car, but noted that I didn't hit her, yet the person fell onto the ground.
    I turned off the engine, and stepped out.

    “Excuse me, are you okay?”

    A young girl lay in front of me, clearly breathing trying hard to seem unconscious.

    “Look, I'm not one for playing silly games, but if you want to play unconscious, that is fine. But you lady, I'm a Staff member, so please don't pull any tricks on me. I'm going to call an ambulance anyway because I'm obligated to do so.”

    Someone came up to me, I prepared my standard answer

    “Yes, I don't think I hit her, but I'm about to call an ambulance.”
    “Are you a staff member?”
    “Yes, give me a second, I need to call that ambulance.”
    I pulled out my mobile phone and began calling the emergency number,
    “Can I see your staff ID then!”
    The person was dressed in a bright blue dress, I just pulled out my card and held it up.
    >> Unnamed !vDcyU1BJg2 03/27/12(Tue)15:30 No.18478763
    Somewhere between that movement and me giving the last details regarding the adress, the blue dress grabbed my ID card and ran. I looked after her in a moment of confusion before noticing the young girl running away too.

    Almost yelling into the phone that they should forget about the ambulance, I began running after the blue dress.

    You see – if someone managed to get that thing on the black market, that card was going to make hell for us... the Con Men.

    >> InfiniCon Chairman 03/27/12(Tue)15:51 No.18479007
         File: 1332877905.jpg-(276 KB, 700x861, 20101107.jpg)
    276 KB
    Let's talk normals, shall we?

    I was in the IRC channel talking with Islagatt (by the way, we are using the IRC channel) when this topic came up again. Normal folks in Infinity City.

    We had briefly talked about the idea that there needs to be an area for normal people and tourists to stay, but that's hard to pull off when the entire city is full of nerds and fans and obsessed weeaboos and the like.

    In short, any person trying to live a normal life at InfiniCon is going to have a hard time because the city just isn't normal. The atmosphere of the place urges people to let their freak flag fly, like at any other convention where people get the urge to dress up because everyone else seems to be having so much fun in costume.

    As an example, a normal seeming guy might open a small general store in the city. for the first couple weeks, he might be unsettled by all the people in costume, but maybe, after toying with the idea, he might decide to dust off that old Star Fleet Uniform he only wore once (or maybe he'd go buy one, because he's always wanted one)

    And from there, maybe he adds a bit more Star Trek themes to his store. Eventually, he fully converts, and it's not just "Bill's General Store", but "Fleet Admiral Bill's General Store" and he sort of gets into it.

    Similarly, even the most banal, anime hating, chintzy chinese knock-off scam-artist might pick up a pair of Kamina shades to wear with his track suit while peddling his cheap shit. He may hate that anny-may garbage, but he can't help but show his appreciation of that one show he tolerates by wearing those shades.

    Sooner or later, the City just gets to the normals and even if they don't do it all the time, it makes them want to go out once in a while in costume or start carrying some prop or little trinket that displays their fandom.

    (reposted to not interrupt the story.)
    >> gundrium !gg.RztHvts 03/27/12(Tue)16:27 No.18479414
    Alternate/ add-on idea: What if the city grew? Streets, buildings; even (rarely) whole districts just popping into exsistence.

    And not just the buildings, either...
    This city is growing, changing. Just pops up when no-one is looking.

    And it's not the only thing...

    My 'core' is Halo. And I think I'm turning into an ODST. I've lost about 100 Lb. in the last three months. And My suit is... Changing.....

    I'm not the only one, either.

    A couple of Gundam 'Cores' are calling themselves 'Newtypes'. And are backing it up.

    Everyone's heard about the 40K 'Core' who can't get out of his Ultramarines costume, but the rumors are he's fusing with it.

    And no-one tried leaving Yiffie-land for a while...

    All I know is, we need help. Something's up, and I don't like it.
    -Sgt. Cutler, signing out.
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)16:39 No.18479542
         File: 1332880740.jpg-(78 KB, 263x282, asset.JPG?id=00000000-0000-000(...).jpg)
    78 KB
    >entire city slowly turns into a horror LARP that pits normals against crazed fans
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/27/12(Tue)16:39 No.18479550
         File: 1332880780.jpg-(286 KB, 1024x1536, 1313596700490.jpg)
    286 KB
    I think it's far to over the top, but I realize that there are people who would want that
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)16:44 No.18479594
    Idea: Every once in a while there will be competitions that pit all the fanbases against each other.

    Maybe a race once a year.
    MAch5 vs the batmobile vs the general lee vs a soapbox car made to look like the enterprise.

    Maybe a deathmatch somewhere in the undercon.
    Cosplayers taht spent thier lives learning the moves of thier favorite character get to try them out on others.

    How would harem animu Dynamics work ininfinicon?
    Cosplay clueless guy, get all the girls?>
    >> gundrium !gg.RztHvts 03/27/12(Tue)16:46 No.18479608

    Ehh, fair enough.
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/27/12(Tue)16:51 No.18479647
         File: 1332881463.jpg-(216 KB, 510x649, 1330566626063.jpg)
    216 KB
    I don't want to discourage you, feel free to flesh it out more because there are already several interpretation of this setting, yours could be another one

    >Idea: Every once in a while there will be competitions that pit all the fanbases against each other.
    yep, every con must have their competitions, we need more ideas for that.

    >How would harem animu Dynamics work ininfinicon?
    interesting question and I add an even more interesting one that was asked in one of the first threads:
    Would it be legal to marry your 2D waifu in InfiniCon? If yeas what if somebody else already married to her/him? Could you marry a 3d one after this?
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)16:53 No.18479669
    >Would it be legal to marry your 2D waifu in InfiniCon?
    It would be legal, BUT there would be a local clause to the law that noone must fight over the same waifu for punishment of expulsion.

    YOu could kill the other person with the same waifu silently I suppose, until you were THE ONE.

    YOu could marry a 2d waifu and a 3d waifu if you religion allowed for it.
    YOu could marry multiple 2d waifus without problem
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)16:56 No.18479702
    would there be more "normal" conventions going on?
    like aguns and ammo convention, or a car schtick?
    Or would it all be based on popculture stuff?

    Idea: Rich fanboys roaming the cons looking for an assasin. someone to kill that particular writer, that specific director taht he feels has mired the object of his worship.
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/27/12(Tue)16:57 No.18479714
         File: 1332881856.jpg-(254 KB, 469x700, 1326226633428.jpg)
    254 KB
    >YOu could kill the other person with the same waifu silently I suppose, until you were THE ONE.

    I'm pretty sure there are people like that in the real world already.
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)16:58 No.18479729
         File: 1332881930.jpg-(28 KB, 320x240, Baroque.jpg)
    28 KB

    Reminds me a bit of this game.
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)16:59 No.18479738
         File: 1332881972.jpg-(28 KB, 580x315, hellraiser-ii-01[1].jpg)
    28 KB
    This setting...

    ...I don't even...
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/27/12(Tue)17:02 No.18479761
         File: 1332882135.jpg-(228 KB, 1099x1232, 1316513652170.jpg)
    228 KB
    >would there be more "normal" conventions going on?
    >like aguns and ammo convention, or a car schtick?
    >Or would it all be based on popculture stuff?

    I think they would be allowed in the city but rarely anyone would organize such stuff. I mean for example most of the airsoft larpers would be pretty much into the idea of a guns and ammo convention.
    But chances are the convention wouldn't be really normal because the people on it isn't normal either
    >> InfiniCon Chairman 03/27/12(Tue)17:06 No.18479794
    Largely popculture and vaguely related hobbies and shit. Kind of like how you go to an anime con and its full of steampunk and raver shit. Not specifically "anime" but it's just all sort of lump in, y'know?
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/27/12(Tue)17:47 No.18480128
         File: 1332884834.jpg-(215 KB, 666x1000, 1305599859209.jpg)
    215 KB
    interaction between districts
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/27/12(Tue)17:51 No.18480160
         File: 1332885070.jpg-(159 KB, 450x604, 1298143674821.jpg)
    159 KB
    Mercenary advertisement in the City
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/27/12(Tue)17:52 No.18480171
         File: 1332885145.jpg-(64 KB, 750x600, 1299625641641.jpg)
    64 KB
    this one speaks for itself
    >> Jarboot !!j4xjG8Gxyo4 03/27/12(Tue)17:53 No.18480184
         File: 1332885229.jpg-(63 KB, 600x407, 4780-stalin-large.jpg)
    63 KB
    Back in black, baby!

    So what do you infinicon'ers want to discuss this fine thread?
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/27/12(Tue)17:58 No.18480223
         File: 1332885512.jpg-(147 KB, 500x614, 1291568845383.jpg)
    147 KB
    Maybe we should kidnap a drawfag or two to make various pics for this setting?
    >> Jarboot !!j4xjG8Gxyo4 03/27/12(Tue)17:59 No.18480231
         File: 1332885563.jpg-(50 KB, 800x523, Bundesarchiv_Bild_183-R80329&#(...).jpg)
    50 KB
    I agree! Do you know where they reside?
    >> InfiniCon Chairman 03/27/12(Tue)18:00 No.18480249
         File: 1332885647.jpg-(93 KB, 512x768, 2q2fxbr.jpg)
    93 KB
    Yo. I draw.
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/27/12(Tue)18:01 No.18480252
    ... on /tg/?
    >> InfiniCon Chairman 03/27/12(Tue)18:03 No.18480276
         File: 1332885836.png-(87 KB, 750x550, CMQ-29.png)
    87 KB
    On occasion, yes.
    >> Jarboot !!j4xjG8Gxyo4 03/27/12(Tue)18:05 No.18480287
         File: 1332885905.jpg-(38 KB, 300x350, Joseph+Stalin+39258.jpg)
    38 KB
    I wasn't sure if they just lurked boards waiting to be mentioned, or if you had to preform a satanic ritual to ask for their assistance.

    Looks like the chairman does some drawfagging, so that's cool.
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)18:13 No.18480354
    I think comparisons to Las Vegas may be in order. Major section of the population is transient, huge hotels and convention centers dominating the skyline. Permanent shows relating to various fandoms, possibly live renditions of popular shows by professional actors. Massive storehouses for the annual conventions, holding countless props and pieces of scenery. Megamalls of convention gear and costuming supplies. And of course the outlying suburbs where the Staff and Actors live.
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)18:17 No.18480390
         File: 1332886666.jpg-(124 KB, 611x597, Lusty Argonian Maid.jpg)
    124 KB
    >yfw all the drawfags on /tg/ are furries
    >just as they have always been
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/27/12(Tue)18:20 No.18480415
    do you have any data about the numbers of turist compared to the permanent citizens in Las Vegas?

    We started juggling with the numbers in the IRC channel, that maybe InfiniCon has somewhere areound half million permanent citizen, maybe 100-200 thousand tourist and god knows how many unaccounted people in the UnderCon,
    plus the suburbs of course
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)18:25 No.18480467
    So, I was thinking.

    Conflict between sectors would be common, given Western Animation would fight with Eastern Animation. The streets lined with restaurants and hotels are 'neutral' areas.. Would ConSec or ICE patrol them?

    What about inside the districts? Would self-appointed con-gonners take enforcement roles, or would that entirely be put to ConSec.

    Or, is ConSec made of people who take the position of Law Enforcement while still enjoying the con itself?
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/27/12(Tue)18:33 No.18480537

    ConSec is mainly volunteers so people from the Con, although there are a few "professional" but ICE is the the place for real professionals. And there are vigilante groups regardless who may or may not help the work of the security forces, some may do more harm than good and others maybe too much into Punisher.

    Also I don't think that hotels really count as neutral zone, maybe there one or two but not by default
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)19:24 No.18480975
    38+ million visitors in 2011. Wikipedia says that Las Vegas has a half million residents and two million in the metro ares.
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/27/12(Tue)19:35 No.18481070
    so roughly 100k visitors per day? It's reassuring that we were so close with the numbers that we pulled out from our ass
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)19:38 No.18481094
    Indeed. Carry on.
    >> InfiniCon Chairman 03/27/12(Tue)20:12 No.18481469
         File: 1332893538.jpg-(199 KB, 744x582, Spess1.jpg)
    199 KB
    An image, doodled at the request of Hungarian, based off a story from the first thread.
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)20:40 No.18481788
    The Galleria is a higher-class area of Infincon, filled with fan-art of the highest quality and of every type. Preformance artists, filkers, street painters, taggers, knitters, even buttersculptors.

    But all this creativity is not without its cost. For every Shepard butter statue that sells well or attracts the Attention of passers-by, a hundred starving, obsessed, jealous, vengeful artisans labour away at their inferior, more obscure and exotic creations. This is true in life, but being in the proximity of so much beauty and creativity, their own, innate inferiority begins to dawn on them. Some are inspired to try harder than ever to perfect their craft. Others slowly become more and more unhinged.

    The Galleria used to be considered one of the safest parts of the City. But that all changed a few weeks ago, ever since the...Incident. One of the Artists became inspired, alright. He displayed that inspiration...and much of his innards... for all to see, in a grisly tableaux that defied belief.

    Ever since, C-Sec has kept a few eyes on the Galleria, and in the other, seemingly calmer, neutral spots, just in case.

    The irony is, his gory magnum opus wasn't even that good.
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)20:44 No.18481833
    I woke up this morning in a moment of clarity.

    My filthy futon surrounded by a wall of plastic crap on one side and a palisade of poster tubes propped up against a similar wall of comics and books, all in a squalid room that couldn't be more then 90 square feet.

    I sat there thinking, just THINKING of how long I had been here.

    Quickly, I snatched up my phone, turning over some paperback copies of some sci-fi series I couldn't even remember. I flicked it on and checked the date.

    Three years.

    It had been three years since I came here.

    I just stared at the date, begging it, willing it to change.

    No chance. It remained fixed.

    Three years.

    What the hell happened? How did it come to this? I was happy at work, had a good thing going with some side projects and then I decided to come... here.

    And I didn't want to give it up. I spent my life's savings to stay here, to keep living the dream. I sold my flat, my car, I worked first as a designer, then an easier job so I could have more time to do what I loved.

    Three years.

    I pulled the hair-covered futon off of my body and staggered into the tiny cabinet that passed for my bathroom, staring into a mirror.

    I looked like shit. Unshaved, baggy eyed, pale and emaciated.

    What the hell had happened? I looked down on the toilet and saw staring back at me a copy of Nausica: Valley of the Wind, Vol.1.

    I took that copy with me to this place. I still remember finding it, in a second hand bookshop so long ago. God, I must have been 12 or so. It's what got me into all of this.

    I opened it at the start and read it through. No, it wasn't this that got me into it. It was too pure. The artistry, the writing, the setting, everything, Nausica, shining through the masterful artwork. An inspiration, even to a younger age.

    It hadn't got me into this.
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)20:45 No.18481836

    I rushed back into the room and picked up a tattered copy of The Moon is a Harsh Mistress and opened it at random.

    The humour, the world, Mike and the Professor.

    Old friends.

    Not this either. It wasn't them either.

    I was me.

    I had to get out. Sell the stuff I couldn't take with me, go back home, get a job again, a REAL job, not hawking plastic crap at similar bastards like myself, spending 90% of what I earnt on the same crap I sold.

    Had to get out. Before I forgot again. Before the place possessed me again, so much that I would risk life and limb to fight through a crazed mob of similar delusional inmates just to get a rare piece of tat to sell for more tat.

    Still time to leave. Still time to make things right.

    I hoped.
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)20:48 No.18481866
    What about Annual Super-Events? Seeing as its a convention city, there's naturally probably conventions of some kind going on all the time. But what if there's special collaborative events, rare events where the fandoms unite, if only briefly, to produce something truly awesome?

    Perhaps once a year, there is the Cosi Gras, a Parade of the most spectacular cosplays from all genres and fandoms, with huge magnificient floats dedicated to all things glorious and nerdy, be it a 1:1 Paper mache Gundam or a miniature Normandy.

    Or maybe the Festival of Suits, where everyone dresses in formal attire for a day. Like a Festival of Masks, where everyone hides their "true" self, but by dressing in immaculate business attire. Naturally all sorts of depraved sex goes on at night, whilst wearing this casual clothing.

    The Infinity Christmas Santa Battle Royale is always a big hit with the tourists, as Santas are chosen to represent each fandom and compete to prove who has the finest Harbringer of Christmas Cheer.

    A week later, the Infinite New Year is particularly troublesome, as the breweries throw open their gates, and everything from Romulan Ale and Mead to alcoholic dippin' dots are sold at low, low prices.

    There'd be other, lower-key events on the Infinity City social calendar, of course. Valentine's Day being, in theory, a day when shy blossoming geek romances are given a chance to bloom, but in practice often produce many a cry of soulrending agony, when LadyVioletBosom turns out, all too predictably, to be your best mate Chez.
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/27/12(Tue)20:57 No.18481935
    indeed there are, and the big city wide happenings are mostly organized by the Staff but there should be smaller faction wide events or just fandom wide. Like celebrating the "birth" of a show or the birthday of one character.
    >> Anonymous 03/27/12(Tue)21:53 No.18482363
         File: 1332899595.gif-(125 KB, 143x100, shining-owned.gif)
    125 KB
    I can't even remember what holiday it was supposed to be for, but that was a parade I'd never forget. The streets were packed, like they always were, and cosplayers were parading down the streets in celebration of something or other..

    The big spectacle of the day was the Gunpla society's full scale paper mache gundam float. They had even managed to rig up some limited mobility with the thing, allowing it to move its arms and head.

    It was a sight to behold, at least it was until the Anime district parade came to the major cross-section where the Sci-Fi parade was coming from. There was a brief scuffle as marching bands and cosplay groups stumble past each other, then it came rolling down the street... The Sci-Fi district had created a full-sized paper mache Normandy float.

    It was rather nice to see the two, side by side, the sun just peaking out and glittering golden rays across them, as if to celebrate their glory. The landing bay doors opened on the Normandy and a picture-perfect squad of Shapard, Liara, and Wrex stepped out. The crowd audibly gasped for a moment before a flurry of flash photography went off...

    Then they opened fire. Their guns were super-soakers and Wrex was lobbing waterballoons the size of basketballs. Chunks of the Gundam vanished beneath the watery onslaught. My heart sank as I watched chunks of RX-78's frame fall to pieces.

    It's arm raised feebly, aiming its beam rifle at the Normandy. A geyser of water burst from it's barrel and tore across the Normandy's hull, tearing it from stem to stern. In the chaos of the initial assault, the Gundam's float operators had tapped into a nearby firehydrant and their Gundam was now tearing through the opposing float as it slowly raised its arm.

    Shit like that is the reason I stay in this city.
    >> Landing Gear !DowN/N3yMY 03/27/12(Tue)22:21 No.18482638
         File: 1332901316.jpg-(154 KB, 1000x668, 6eb4f0f8ca4bbbbe1511d79f2784a1(...).jpg)
    154 KB
    >Just testing something out
    "A-are you Japanese?" The leader of the group asks you
    "Yes."you answer.
    Row by row, the mass of humanity begins to kneel before you.
    Cardboard and foam begin creasing as those gathered genuflect.
    "W-wait, wha-." you ask them
    "Shogun-sama!" the leader cries out, her eyes directed at a spot near your feet.
    "Shogun-sama! Shogun-sama! Shogun-sama! Shogun-sama!" The crowd mimics.
    "What is this?" you ask.
    "You have in you the blood of kings." the leader tells you, her orange and black jumpsuit rustling as she bows deeper. "We will follow your every whim! allow us to serve you!"

    "I don't know if this mission just got easier, or it just got way harder." you tell Erica.
    "Heh." she grins, "You've done it now."
    >> InfiniCon Chairman 03/27/12(Tue)22:43 No.18482868
         File: 1332902608.jpg-(405 KB, 1691x1024, 14.jpg)
    405 KB
    Weeaboo Japanophilia.
    I can dig it.
    >> Anonymous 03/28/12(Wed)00:27 No.18484069
         File: 1332908850.png-(85 KB, 350x350, approval.png)
    85 KB
    Bumping for awesomeness. /tg/ continues to amaze.
    >> InfiniCon Chairman 03/28/12(Wed)00:59 No.18484481
         File: 1332910750.png-(188 KB, 418x469, 1290122803781.png)
    188 KB
    Let's talk furries, since they are the universal antagonist. Sure, other groups may fight amongst each other and talk all sorts of shit about someone else's favorite show, but they can agree, without exception, that furries are awful.

    Now, whether they wanted to or not, InfiniCon could never truly get rid of the furries. While some may be mild-mannered, many others are sex-crazed perverts who perform disgusting acts in public, which is enough of a reason for the ICE to expel them from the con permanently. They may not be able to ban them for wearing a certain costume, but they can certainly do so for catching them humping in a public bathroom.

    For these reasons, many of the banned and more deviant furries slipped into the UnderCon, partly to stay in the city while avoiding further punishment and partly because the dank UnderCon just adds to the kink.

    While some furries still roam the surface, their existence is what you might describe as "oppressed" as many regard them with hostility, just waiting for an excuse to shove them into the UnderCon or out of the city. This has led to the rise of some Animal Rights Activists, who believe and encourage the fair treatment of furries.
    >> Landing Gear !DowN/N3yMY 03/28/12(Wed)01:56 No.18484971
         File: 1332914210.jpg-(48 KB, 640x360, 640px--SS-Eclipse-_Hayate_no_G(...).jpg)
    48 KB
    You and your team make your way through the dank dark tunnels.
    The waitress costume you wear to blend with the natives luckily free enough to allow you unimpeded movement.
    Erica seems unbothered by the chainmail bikini she has on. The foam and wood axe in her hands gleam in the dim light of your LED lamps.
    YOu look behind you and see Jun in his spacesuit struggling with the clamps on the helmet.
    "You okay there man?"
    "Yeah. I just need more circulation through this thing."

    The tunnel ends in a huge cavern. Old posters are plastered on its walls.
    Fading yellowed throwbacks to days gone-by.
    in the middle of the rom is a huge construct of countless computers.
    Screens and monitors are tied to scaffolding haphazzardly.
    Wires snake along the floor and up into the ceiling.
    A squeaky voice asks you from behind the rotting leather chair facing away from you.
    NarutoGal341, your guide, steps forward.
    "We are but simple travelers in search of information. We offer Cheetos and Twinkies in tribute." She sets down the bag she was carrying.
    "We... We lost the bottles to an attack by some of the footclan. We apologize for coming unprepared."
    The figure keeps quiet in his seat, you can see yourselves displayed in one of the monitors nearest to him.
    you think he means Erica.
    "NO. SHE IS NOT PART OF THE TRADE!" you roar.
    "Not her, silly boy. I MEANT YOU." he says as he turns his seat around
    >> Anonymous 03/28/12(Wed)02:00 No.18485000
    I feel like pointing out that the poster says
    >> Anonymous 03/28/12(Wed)07:48 No.18487559
    >> Anonymous 03/28/12(Wed)08:30 No.18487900
    I had the idea yesterday of reformed furries, who had had kicked the kink, or at least got it under control after living in the UnderCon for a while and went about finding peoples friends who had gone furry in the UnderCon (for profit or out of sympathy) so they could be reformed.
    Cat-ear style headpieces (they were furries once) which also serve as sonar or whatever for navigating the UnderCon, with net-guns.
    >> S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 03/28/12(Wed)08:34 No.18487929
    Hey why is Mechazawa [spoilerdon'tworkon/tg/]missing his collar button[/spoiler]
    >> Anonymous 03/28/12(Wed)08:43 No.18488011
    Better yet, evangelical ex-furry missionaries travelling the UnderCon trying to save souls.
    Not sure what they're most likely to have converted to, though. Presumably a more accepted fandom with some kind of religious overtones.
    >> Anonymous 03/28/12(Wed)08:47 No.18488034
    Why not both?
    That way they can clash occasionally.
    >> Anonymous 03/28/12(Wed)08:51 No.18488063
    I dunno, it's the cat-ear earpieces that are bugging me for some reason. I like the idea that furry-ism is regarded as so abhorrent to the Con that there is no 'safe' level of it - the only way to get it out of your system is to completely convert.
    That said, the UnderCon is a big place, I'm sure there's room for both. And you're right, clashes between the two opposed groups over how to 'save' the furries could make for good plot.
    >> Stoned Anon !T4VTNxSe0k 03/28/12(Wed)08:58 No.18488114
         File: 1332939526.jpg-(33 KB, 533x354, Advanced DnD.jpg)
    33 KB
    Probably too late, but why don't we just reskin the "Don't Rest Your Head" system to be the Infinicon system?
    >> Anonymous 03/28/12(Wed)09:20 No.18488255
         File: 1332940839.png-(19 KB, 449x236, stop having fun.png)
    19 KB
    > Roving bands of, well, Bands, who can destroy RB and GH, all play on expert, and carry their own guitar controllers around?

    Their immersion is so high that they don't even need anything more than their controllers anymore. Even though their just hitting buttons on the controller, the drummer's hitting plastic pads, and the singer is just okay; they sound freaking amazing. The music seems to be coming from the band itself and those around feel a desire to start rocking out.

    Those with higher immersion may begin manifest lights, smoke, lasers, and firework. Some may begin to think they are rock stars and actually begin to look good in tight leather.
    >> Anonymous 03/28/12(Wed)09:57 No.18488510
    That looks like it's introducing a level of magic to InfiniCon, not sure how appropriate that is.
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/28/12(Wed)10:24 No.18488692
         File: 1332944694.jpg-(116 KB, 750x1000, 1330207747495.jpg)
    116 KB
    there are already several interpretation of InfiniCon with varying degree of magic. There are mundane ones that don't have magic at all, some with low magic and some of them over the top high magic.
    Non of them is wrong and who are we to tell you how to have fun?
    If you want to place InfiniCon in a WoD campaign you will obviously have different things ins it if you try to place it in a Delta Green campaign.

    But I personally like the mundane/low magic interpretation more because if you go for a high magic one things will easily get out of hand with major plotholes and whatnot.
    >> Anonymous 03/28/12(Wed)12:40 No.18489764
    It's cute till someones throws a teen-fit and runs though a plate glass door.

    Man that was messy, and those carpets were expensive to replace.
    >> Anonymous 03/28/12(Wed)12:42 No.18489782
    Just hardwire wireless connections to the controllers and link up receivers to nearby speakers.
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/28/12(Wed)13:10 No.18490043
         File: 1332954619.jpg-(332 KB, 1024x683, 1318819235744.jpg)
    332 KB
    meanwhile, /cgl/ gave us a wonderful idea about a potential crime organization:

    Waifu Slave Trade

    I just let that sink in.
    >> InfiniCon Chairman 03/28/12(Wed)13:44 No.18490343
         File: 1332956680.jpg-(28 KB, 300x188, 1211481792809.jpg)
    28 KB
    They could call themselves a Modeling Agency, seeking out talented young women (or men) for lucrative jobs as cosplay models for some illustrious and famous costume-maker..

    In reality, they are scouting for specific people who look like a certain character their wealthy clients have requested. So, whether by abduction or the modeling scam, they seek out look-alikes and force them into costume and force them to act like their character by threat of death or worse.

    Furries may have a reputation for being perverted, but there are people in Infinity City with a lot of money and power who have the market cornered for shameless depravity.
    >> S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 03/28/12(Wed)13:46 No.18490359
    This wouldn't work for some anime fag mainly because 3DPD
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/28/12(Wed)13:50 No.18490406
    What if... there are a bunch of batshit insane person who want's to kidnap the 2D waifus? like kidnap all Horos or something?

    first every printed out version then they try to shut down the internet in the city to make it complete.
    >> InfiniCon Chairman 03/28/12(Wed)14:00 No.18490483
    While that may be the case for some, you could go really grotesque and have these people force inhuman procedures on their captured slaves to make them more 2D. Forced plastic surgery and such so their height and measurements and appearance is perfect. Brainwashing, perhaps..

    But that's going way deep into /d/ territory.
    >> S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 03/28/12(Wed)14:03 No.18490520
    And only people who pay for their waifu get access to those pictures and videos. Genius! only problem would be it would only be in the city and they can just drive to an internet cafe somewhere to see new pictures and that doesn't deal with the one already in the computer.
    That's kinda sexy in a weird way. But still would be interesting to see how a player would react to such inhuman procedure for money and love.
    Very interesting.
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/28/12(Wed)14:11 No.18490593
    well, I never said they will succeed. They are crazy after all.
    >> Anonymous 03/28/12(Wed)15:52 No.18491496
    There's a Ghost In The Shell episode like that - a guy is sabotaging all the units of a particular model of robot waifu except his, so that his will finally be unique.
    >> Anonymous 03/28/12(Wed)16:21 No.18491795
         File: 1332966103.jpg-(583 KB, 963x975, asset.JPG?id=F91C9302-5294-49D(...).jpg)
    583 KB
    How do I into armor? Really want to make some nice power armor that isn't plastic or any other shitty material. Anyone got any tips?
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/28/12(Wed)16:33 No.18491932
    what's the problem with plastic?

    but try this link:
    >> InfiniCon Chairman 03/28/12(Wed)16:54 No.18492162
         File: 1332968040.jpg-(527 KB, 1000x667, 5146053401_76eb880c7b_b.jpg)
    527 KB
    Ghost in the Shell is a great source of inspiration for potential InfiniCon shenanigans.

    Too good to make your armor out of cardboard like a real man?
    >> Anonymous 03/28/12(Wed)17:27 No.18492475
    No Homestucks yet? For shame. You can't go to a con these days without seeing a horde of Homestucks.

    One part drug addict, one part cult, there are three major varieties of Homestucks seen about. The first are generally reasonable: they get their daily hit, feed their addiction, and go on with their day. Not at all that bad, really. They've started dabbling in the cult: they know some initiate memetics, but nothing else really.

    The second varieties are strung out. They need more, and they can get pretty desperate for it. They're the majority of the cult congregation.

    The third ones, they're deep in the Undercon, and heads of the cult. They don't consider themselves human anymore. The horns don't come off, and neither does the paint. Don't ask what the buckets are for.
    >> Anonymous 03/28/12(Wed)17:28 No.18492490

    Enjoy your rain, bro.
    >> Anonymous 03/28/12(Wed)17:29 No.18492495

    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/28/12(Wed)17:36 No.18492565
    what is homestuck anyway? I heard about it a few times and maybe seen a few pic but never really cared enough to find out
    >> Anonymous 03/28/12(Wed)17:38 No.18492603
    An insane, impossible to understand webcomic with an incredibly toxic, rabid fandom all about kids playing a game that destroys their world. Then all of a sudden a bunch of grey bisexuals with candy corn horns are introduced and things got weirder. The fandom produces more cosplayers and art then any other I've seen.
    >> Anonymous 03/28/12(Wed)17:43 No.18492638
    Don't forget the music sector.
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/28/12(Wed)17:43 No.18492640
    you mean... even more than touhou, naruto or bleach? it's somehow hard to believe
    >> Anonymous 03/28/12(Wed)17:45 No.18492663
    I have over 8000 individual pieces of Homestuck related art on my comp and I'm not even that dedicated to searching for new pieces.

    Trust me, there is a shit ton of fanmade stuff, but it's made by the most hateful, toxic, infighting group of teenage girls you'll ever see.
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/28/12(Wed)17:50 No.18492708
    so they will be the kind of people who are despised but still allowed in the UpperCon, but you can encounter them in the UnderCon too...
    If take a fantasy metaphor, they are the goblins and the furries are the orcs
    >> Anonymous 03/28/12(Wed)17:52 No.18492725
    If anything, I'd think of them more as Dark Elves. They produce incredibly beautiful works of art, they have a cultish mentality around the producer of the comic, they have hyper-obsessive mentalities, and they backstab like you wouldn't believe.
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/28/12(Wed)17:57 No.18492762
    nah, I'm pretty good at backstabbing, I doubt they can show me anything new in that area.
    >> Anonymous 03/28/12(Wed)18:55 No.18493289
         File: 1332975341.jpg-(1019 KB, 900x900, mouse guard.jpg)
    1019 KB
    How would the Mouse Guard fans or larpers be treated in this setting?
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/28/12(Wed)18:59 No.18493329
    larpers have a whole district, and Mouse Guard players would be probably in the Fantasy district with the other tabletop gamers
    >> Anonymous 03/28/12(Wed)19:19 No.18493512
    But Mouse Guard is a furry setting!
    >> Anonymous 03/28/12(Wed)19:21 No.18493539
    To the sewers with them then.
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/28/12(Wed)19:26 No.18493592
    playing Mouse Guard doesn't make you a furry. Fucking others in a fursuit on the other hand does make you a furry. But even if you does fuck other people in a fursut but you can behave normally out of your bedroom or hide it good enough then there is no reason why you shuldn't be in the UpperCon.

    But of course probably there are people who will want burn everything that is even tangentially related to furries, but you have extremist everywhere.
    >> Anonymous 03/28/12(Wed)20:28 No.18494162
         File: 1332980887.jpg-(77 KB, 800x600, burn way more stuff.jpg)
    77 KB
    >But even if you does fuck other people in a fursut but you can behave normally out of your bedroom or hide it good enough then there is no reason why you shuldn't be in the UpperCon.

    Make Furdom a flaw. The character has to secretly hide their fandom, lest they be judged and thrown into the Undercon. Should that player come across a wandering furry they have to fight against the compulsion to don their own suit and cavort like hedonists.

    Vice versa, the overwhelming desire to purge the unclean could send certain people into insane rages of blood lust.
    >> Anonymous 03/28/12(Wed)20:30 No.18494184
         File: 1332981000.jpg-(24 KB, 400x400, 51e.jpg)
    24 KB
    >the police's face when
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/28/12(Wed)20:33 No.18494222
    >Vice versa, the overwhelming desire to purge the unclean could send certain people into insane rages of blood lust.

    That would be more like a requirement among the 40k inquisitors.
    >> Anonymous 03/28/12(Wed)20:53 No.18494418
    Easy. 40k Inquisitors as a group of traits MUST select a Favored Enemy like a D&D/Pathfinder Ranger. Provide a list of suggested items.

    Also. There are rare fans of Bleach and Naruto who aren't retarded. How do we treat them?
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/28/12(Wed)20:58 No.18494472
    with mutual respect maybe?
    >> Anonymous 03/28/12(Wed)21:34 No.18494840
    How about this? There are a handfull of characters and fandoms that are so widely loved that they have more or less free range in all sectors of Infinity City.
    Like Doctor Who. While you're most likely to see The Doctor in the Sci-Fi district, no one will bat an eye at seeing the TARDIS outside a Maid Cafe in the Anime sector, and he's a well known face in Fantasy Land too.

    I'm just not sure how a Space Marine would react to him.

    Another idea that just occured to me- the Samurai cosplayers and larpers would smile at seeing Luke Skywalker headed their way, maybe hoping for a sparing match.
    >> Anonymous 03/28/12(Wed)21:44 No.18494930
    I'm afraid of all-encompassing attitudes toward certain fandoms, as it seems to just be the authors advocating their fandom. No offense to you or the Doctor Who fandom (I love them to be honest), but you can already see how the fact that we're on 4chan has made the furry fandom a universally hated one with its own section of Infinicon. Try to make it more on an individual npc basis. While the Doctor Who fandom may be accepted in most places, perhaps the hardcore weebs in the Naruto fandom don't want to see them in anime town, or the LARPers don't consider them in proper for their district/neck of the woods and want them out, etc.
    >> Anonymous 03/28/12(Wed)21:47 No.18494966
    General fandomism is a real thing but I agree that it's more complicated than the universal ones that a few people have suggested. The writefaggotry implies a lovely interplay of alliances and enemies, IMHO.
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/28/12(Wed)21:52 No.18495023

    I like the idea.
    Also keep in mind that while we speaking in general terms we do this because it's very cumbersome to add every time "But there are these exceptions..."
    I mean there are individual furries who are accepted or so bad cosplayers from every faction that they are kinda like outcast (dicksword users among larpers for example)
    >> Anonymous 03/28/12(Wed)21:56 No.18495063
    Doctor Who is likely to be really badly received by the serious hard sci-fi fans, probably moreso than anyone else. "Timey-wimey" is probably enough to start a lynch mob in the wrong neighbourhoods.
    >> Anonymous 03/28/12(Wed)21:59 No.18495106
         File: 1332986398.jpg-(61 KB, 280x251, ang.jpg)
    61 KB
    I am baffled. I am fucking baffled.
    >> Anonymous 03/28/12(Wed)22:03 No.18495142
    Serious? I thought it was accepted rather universally as being fantasy/soft scifi and trying to take it seriously only g- forgot about people who take everything too seriously, carry on.
    >> InfiniCon Chairman 03/28/12(Wed)23:29 No.18496120
         File: 1332991795.jpg-(93 KB, 640x456, 2-271208103959..jpg)
    93 KB
    Too many posts to reply to, but there is definitely some crossover between sectors and districts. I've seen the Bat-family treated like bishounen yaoi boy-toys that fangirls drool over like they were straight out of /a/'s nightmares.

    I've seen the same sort of behavior applied to Doctor Who.. In fact, it seems like squealing fangirlism isn't particularly unique to anime.. neither is retarded fanboyism either...

    I suppose what I'm trying to get at is, in most cases, there are things that are shared between districts that are generally accepted, not because one group considers them owned equally by either fandom, but because the fans within those groups are capable of liking more than one type of media.

    People are complex and weird like that, but as Hungarian explained, it's a colossal pain in the ass to qualify every statement with exceptions. When writing for these sort of stories, though, it's easier just to identify a character by their largest dedication or obsession. That spastic Narutard may spend most of his days dressed like a ninja and making weird symbols with his fingers, but that doesn't mean he can't appreciate Star Wars and Thor comics on the side... He's just most likely to be identified as a Narutard.
    >> Anonymous 03/29/12(Thu)01:26 No.18497454
    Must be weird to see a cosplayer who is 90% into one fandom show up one day dressed as something completely unrelated. Actually, how much crossover on a single cosplayer is this going to lead to? /tg/ is fairly low-key on these things AFAIK and we cross over EVERYTHING. There must be a cabal of Batman commissars with Naruto headbands and Aperture Science Long Fall Boots out there.
    >> Anonymous 03/29/12(Thu)01:33 No.18497529
    So what about guys not affiliated to a particular fandom or that likes more than one?
    >> Anonymous 03/29/12(Thu)01:42 No.18497635
         File: 1332999759.jpg-(57 KB, 640x480, thisguy..jpg)
    57 KB
    This guy knows where it's at.
    >> InfiniCon Chairman 03/29/12(Thu)01:42 No.18497636
    Well, the extremes are the most notable, but in the low magic/fantasy version, you probably still have a fairly large amount of more casual fans that like a bit of this and that. They could end up in one district or another out of convenience or necessity. Apartments might be a bit cheap in the Anime district, but the Fantasy district has all the book shops you want to visit..

    But, as for not heavily siding with one group or the other, think of it like any RPG with factions. Splitting your attention amongst them usually means you are on even ground, more or less, with everyone which means you don't have to deal with hostilities, but you don't quite garner any favor or support from them either.

    We could dub them casuals. Those who are split too much to ally themselves with only a single district.
    >> Anonymous 03/29/12(Thu)01:54 No.18497749
    Fucking casuals.
    >> Anonymous 03/29/12(Thu)01:59 No.18497823

    If a quick google search is anything to go by it is also shite quality fan art... like bad furry art level of crayon drawn rubbish.

    That aside anyone actually know the name of the /cgl/ people in OPs pictures noone every actually named them.
    >> Anonymous 03/29/12(Thu)02:08 No.18497911
         File: 1333001304.png-(15 KB, 578x479, bamump.png)
    15 KB
    i think i read earlier that there was some stuff you guys wanted a drawfag? something to illustrate or something?
    >> Anonymous 03/29/12(Thu)02:09 No.18497922
         File: 1333001341.gif-(1.63 MB, 300x169, sexual sentry.gif)
    1.63 MB
    Have we talked about sabotage?

    Those who go to this place in order to incite trouble and benefit from it.
    >> InfiniCon Chairman 03/29/12(Thu)02:27 No.18498141
         File: 1333002455.png-(1.34 MB, 1500x1003, 1297957869163.png)
    1.34 MB
    For every hundred or so lousy pieces of awful shit, there's one really cool picture. I think with how much fanart there is out there, that might roughly average out to 8000 decent pictures, but I'm not about to support having that many homestuck pictures either way.

    Hungarian had a few scenes he wanted drawn out. Not sure about his schedule, but it should be about morning over on his end of the world. He should be around soon.

    I don't think we have, so go for it.
    A spectacle as huge as InfiniCon might attract people looking to get e-fame just for posting youtube videos of nerd-fights and crazy shit.
    Even if they aren't looking to bring down the whole con, it's still incredibly fertile ground for pranks and causing huge overreactions.
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/29/12(Thu)07:54 No.18500003
         File: 1333022074.jpg-(68 KB, 562x434, 883930.jpg)
    68 KB
    Most likely they are the "average" people in the city.
    They did not joined to any faction and do they things, one day dressed up as a Bleach character, next day maybe they are Londo Molari from B5.
    After all factions probably have some kind of requirement to join them, not just a costume. Think it like they are the guilds and organizations.

    I have a shitton of idea like that one >>18481469 which turned out as an awesome picture I think.

    if you want to draw something how about this:
    a fat furry in a fursuit, crawling back to the sewers while a bunch of Security guys are pepperspraying the living shit out of him/her saying "Go be fat somewhere else". The Security guys could wear different kind of costumes.
    >> Anonymous 03/29/12(Thu)10:46 No.18500889
         File: 1333032375.jpg-(26 KB, 400x600, 1332794512221.jpg)
    26 KB
    not in the first five page? I'll fix that

    >Allentry chine
    do with that as you will
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/29/12(Thu)12:37 No.18501627
         File: 1333039045.jpg-(58 KB, 720x480, img_2532.jpg)
    58 KB
    and here is a little writefaggotry to bump the thread.

    It was a clear night, maybe a little too cold but we didn’t really care about that. We had a big enough fire and enough mead to last until morning. That was one of the reasons the Sergeant kicked us out of the camp. Well, technically he kicked out us from the camp because we were too loud and they wanted to get some sleep, but I think you can figure out the whole story.
    Regardless, the Sergeant said that if we eight were awake, we might as well be on guard duty. So we came out into the middle of the field, which were next to our camp and spent the night there, drinking mead, telling jokes and stories, having a good time. Ivan was in the middle of one of his horror stories about what kind of “elves” they had back in Russia, when some people came with torches and everything, maybe a dozen of them. First we thought they were from a nearby camp, maybe they needed urgent help against a night raid or maybe they had a secret meeting with the Captain. We didn’t really care about it, I mean we were more or less a neutral mercenary band (and a good one I might add) so there were no reasons to attack us, even less for a bunch of torch wielding commoners.
    As they approached we realized one important thing: they had lamps too. Like electric ones. And that means they were not from the Forest, and not larpers at all. There goes the peaceful night...
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/29/12(Thu)12:40 No.18501648
         File: 1333039207.jpg-(442 KB, 1024x768, P1000394.jpg)
    442 KB
    As they got close enough that we could see their faces it turned out that they are probably from the Sci-Fi district and most of them are somewhere around they early twenties. Nowhere else could you find such crappy uniforms. At least not all uniforms were the same, there were at least two Trekkies with them, I couldn’t recognize the rest. That’s good, it meant it wasn't another faction who wanted to pick a bone with us, just some random geeks.
    One of them shouted. We were so baffled that we just stared at them in silence for a few seconds, I think Tinus even said a quiet “What?”.
    - This is not a brothel, get lost.
    I answered finally. I would like to say that this angered them but they were pretty much angry already.
    - Don’t play dumb! We know you are hiding a furry! If you don’t give us the furry we will call the Enforcers!
    I exchanged looks with the other. They just shrugged.
    - Look kid, I honestly don’t know what the fuck are you talking about, so go home, the Forest is dangerous at night.
    They did not heed my advice and I think some of them even had a smug look at that warning.
    - Oh yeah? Then you deny that there is a person among you who wears a fursuit all day and that you hiding him?
    Meanwhile of this he held up something that looked like a modified smartphone, he probably recorded the whole thing for whatever reason he had.
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/29/12(Thu)12:44 No.18501688
         File: 1333039485.jpg-(292 KB, 531x800, 1303438958351.jpg)
    292 KB

    - Fursuit?
    I was even more baffled now we exchanged looks again and clearly nobody knew what the fuck is going on. But at last Heinrich realized what is this all about.
    - Maybe he is talking about Darios?
    - Don’t be an idiot! He is a fucking minotaur not a furry!
    - Well... he did tried to teabag that goblin back then...
    - And “seduced” the drow mistress...
    A raised my arm and made a “cut the shit” gesture then with a huge sigh I slowly stood up from my chair and finally putting down my mead.
    - Look, kid. You obviously made a mistake here. The guy you are talking about is not a furry. He is a larper and part of the Brigata, so one of us. Also he is probably sleeping back at the camp.
    I tried to put my hand on his shoulder like a friendly gesture but he just stepped away and snapped at me.
    - Then raise your camp and throw him in chains before I send all of this to the Enforcers! You already admitted everything!
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/29/12(Thu)12:47 No.18501721
         File: 1333039652.jpg-(157 KB, 640x426, tumblr_lhbyss5ZK81qc604eo1_128(...).jpg)
    157 KB
    I sighed again and gave him the No.2 cityguard look which were reserved for idiots and fools. I don’t really miss my cityguard days...
    - I would love to do that but do you see those wooden walls at the camp? And that huge door? It is closed. And we lost the key. Honestly. So we can’t go back either, better wait until morning, get some sleep think it through again and realize your mistakes. It’s not like he fucked your girl or anything important...
    He blushed immediately. Oh fuck, here we go again... Darios will get more than a lecture from the Captain this time.
    - I don’t care about you or your excuses. If you don’t bring him out we will BURN down your camp!
    >> Anonymous 03/29/12(Thu)12:48 No.18501728
    Do go on.
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/29/12(Thu)12:49 No.18501735
         File: 1333039777.jpg-(2.24 MB, 3264x2448, DSC00637.jpg)
    2.24 MB
    Everyone slowly put down their drink and the night grew colder as we looked at the “leader” of this group.
    - Listen...
    I started really slowly.
    - If you so much as touch that camp we will beat you until you go away. With padded sticks of course because we are generally nice people. But if you even TRY to set anything on fire while here then we will go full medieval on your ass. And just to be sure that you understand: We will impale you and your friends on a fucking maypole and dance around it until we get bored, then leave you there to rot. Now get the fuck out of our Forest!
    After that I turned around to walk back to my chair, and that was the moment when everything went black. Later they told me that smartphone like thing had a tazer in it.
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/29/12(Thu)12:51 No.18501747
         File: 1333039898.jpg-(246 KB, 800x800, 1279406635261.jpg)
    246 KB

    When I regained consciousness I was still a little shaky but missed only a few seconds, maybe half a minute, I don’t know, but my friends already had their share of the fight. A chair lied in pieces on the ground, two more of us on the ground, probably tazed, but four of the sci-fi kids were on the ground to, one of them screaming and his hands on his face, next to on the ground a torch. the rest were knocked out for good.
    Thank God that none of us was drunk enough to actually use their real knifes and daggers, so they just used their hands and larp weapons, doing what wasn’t allowed on larps: hitting the head, neck and groin areas and with full force. Padding is a good thing but only if you control yourself which we did not. I grabbed my pollax somehow managed to stand up and entered the fray too, barking a few command to overcome the chaos so we can fight as a real unit. It did not take long until we kicked their asses, but that wasn't such a feat. I mean a bunch of half-drunk larper against a dozen sci-fi wannabe who don’t know shit about fighting? If the Captain would see this he would facepalm so hard that a new forest would grow.
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/29/12(Thu)12:57 No.18501777
         File: 1333040257.jpg-(89 KB, 960x720, 1324877328061.jpg)
    89 KB

    Regardless we were the winners, the uniformed idiots all on the ground some of the moaning, some of them bleeding a little or just grabbing various parts of their body in pain.
    - See? This is why you don’t go into a brawl without a polearm.
    I said while we smashed to pieces all their gadgets and stomped out their torches. Then I took a closer look on the guy who got the torch into his face. Burned eyebrows, red as crab and he couldn’t open his eyes on his own, but as far as I could tell nothing permanent. Then we poured a little mead on them so even the unconscious ones will awake too, got them on their feet and pointed into the right direction.
    - Get out. Don’t come back. If we ever see you again you won’t leave the Forest, not even your dead bodies will.
    I’m pretty sure they wanted to say something, but they no longer had the bravery for it. So they just started lurching away, like some kind of zombies.
    - Ivan, you know what? Be so good and sprint down to the Goblin Caves and tell them that some “drunken merchants” lost their way in the Forest, and they are under no one's protection. I’m sure they will know what to do...

    the end
    >> Anonymous 03/29/12(Thu)13:04 No.18501839
    always with the goblins.

    Ok I've not been paying attention, ate furries illegal?
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/29/12(Thu)13:12 No.18501900

    yes and no. The kind tries to yiff anything that moves while wearing a fursuit are technically banned from the City, although you will find them in the UnderCon.
    But wearing a fursuit on it's own is not illegal, although chances are people will hate you for it and you will be branded as a furry.
    >> Anonymous 03/29/12(Thu)13:13 No.18501908

    Highly frowned upon and mostly banished, but being furry in of itself isn't illegal
    >> Anonymous 03/29/12(Thu)18:34 No.18504438
         File: 1333060448.png-(19 KB, 600x600, I Love You Guys So Much.png)
    19 KB
    No words.
    >> InfiniCon Chairman 03/29/12(Thu)19:50 No.18505158
    I can't return the sentiment, but I appreciate the support.
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/29/12(Thu)20:10 No.18505359
         File: 1333066256.jpg-(14 KB, 126x120, 1317773246191.jpg)
    14 KB
    well, we are the best board after all
    >> Anonymous 03/29/12(Thu)20:13 No.18505381
    Y'know, I've only been to two cons before. They were the same con, but the first I went to alone and was very confused as to what to do there. The second time I was with some cosplayers but still didn't cosplay myself, and I had an amazing time. Hearing stuff like this makes me imagine those new teens, the ones that go to a con for the first time, getting in way over there heads. Fresh meat. Stay in groups, the security guard says. You're with a few friends, just eating some lunch and consulting the schedule to decide what to do next. Someone asks you if you want a free hug, then the next minute you turn back to your friends and one of them are gone. They could have been dragged away by furries. Corrupted by a LARPer who thinks they're telepathic. The next kid leaves to go to the bathroom and you know it's over. You don't want to say anything, you still have faith in the good of the con. She'll be fine. Right?

    And you sit there twiddling your thumbs and drinking Ramune. Waiting.

    And they never come back.
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/29/12(Thu)20:16 No.18505416
         File: 1333066577.jpg-(494 KB, 1118x1067, 1331165587352.jpg)
    494 KB
    >And they never come back.
    And you will never leave...
    >> Anonymous 03/29/12(Thu)20:19 No.18505449
    I feel sorry for any girl or woman who isn't a whale that happens to be alone at any time. But then there are white knights from /tg/ and heroic vigilantes from /co/ to help them.
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/29/12(Thu)20:24 No.18505489
    I heard a few story on /cgl/ that handsome guys should be aware too. I think one of the most famous story they have is that someone cosplayed a character from a fandom and there was this not really good looking girl cosplaying a female character from the same fandom. Then the girl effectively dry humped the guy, grabbed his hand and put it in her panties, when the guy pulled it out to his horror there was blood on his fingers, and the girl just giggled. Later the security throw her out
    >> Anonymous 03/29/12(Thu)21:21 No.18505989
         File: 1333070497.jpg-(72 KB, 640x480, Jesus christ dawg.jpg)
    72 KB

    >when the guy pulled it out to his horror there was blood on his fingers
    >> InfiniCon Chairman 03/29/12(Thu)21:24 No.18506014
    /cgl/'s weeaboo horror stories range from socially awkward to "make a sanity check" levels of horrifying.

    If you are looking to run a modern horror game, replace the eldritch Lovecraftian terrors with the mentally unhinged landwhales of those stories.
    >> Anonymous 03/29/12(Thu)23:33 No.18507352

    I think you're mixing together two stories, unless you're talking about a third I haven't seen yet.

    Story one:
    >progresses exactly as you described, but instead of the period blood she tackle/glomped him to the ground and broke his knee

    Story two:
    >guy is showing some chick around for freshman orientation
    >his phone goes off, it's a tune from Lain
    >she recognizes it
    >she goes to the bathroom
    >when she comes out she tries to reenact some scene from it
    >period blood all up in his manly beard

    I wish I'd saved the screencaps. Some drawfag even made the first one into a comic.
    >> InfiniCon Chairman 03/30/12(Fri)00:00 No.18507606
    I've seen several horro story creepypasta about some colossal hambeast that tackles a guy, pins him to the ground and breaks his leg, all while trying to make out with him. One even had a highly embellished comic to go with it.
    >> Anonymous 03/30/12(Fri)02:22 No.18509087
    Got any screencaps?
    >> Anonymous 03/30/12(Fri)02:39 No.18509247
    As if my socialphobia issues weren't enough of a barrier.

    Thanks guys now I never...EVER...want to go to any kind of con ever.

    Also as an e/x/ile thank you for keeping the traditions of /x/ alive since its death at the hands of /b/.
    >> Anonymous 03/30/12(Fri)04:59 No.18510374
    There must be so many copyright violations in Infinity City.
    >> Anonymous 03/30/12(Fri)05:31 No.18510552
    Con tips:
    - Bigger cons have better variety of people. Most of the people you'll meet you can have a safe conversation with.
    - Don't want attention, don't cosplay.
    - Don't buy food or drink at the con, it's marked up 200-300%. Go to local restaurants, supermarkets outside for snacks.
    - Arcades, roleplay and videogame rooms are fun. Just take a step away from the airhockey table.
    - Plan your scheduel the night/day/week before the convention. Use highlighter/marker/pen on all events you may be interested in and take note of schedueling conflicts. ALWAYS grab the scheduel errata the first thing you do, every day of the convention (it'll save some confusion) and spend 10-20 minutes to look it over and mark it up.
    - Problems? Find the nearest staff. Don't be afraid to dial 911 in case of emergency.
    - Wear clothes with pockets. Split your money into 3-4 portions (2-3 for spending, 1 is your savings) and have them stored seperately. Spending money goes into different pockets on your body (and backpack), savings are usually stored at your living quarters.
    - Keep an eye on your shit at all times. Just like in middle/highschool, some congoers are thieving douchebags.
    - Scan booths for things you want, then check in with other booths to see if they have that same item for less. Sometimes there are special deals on the last day of cons where dealers will cut down prices dramatically.
    >> Anonymous 03/30/12(Fri)07:45 No.18511486
         File: 1333107947.png-(112 KB, 316x400, thumbsup rocket.png)
    112 KB

    I'd like to add one I learned from experience

    -If there you're not doing anything, go with your friend to that weird panel he's into.

    I never realized how hilarious the Eroge panel is at Anime Expo.

    Also, cute nerdy chick was there I ended up hanging out with for the rest of the con. Fuck year.
    >> PelorAnonymous 03/30/12(Fri)08:05 No.18511602
    "Strike!" I yell out.

    A handful of thumps and whacks were heard.


    More thumps and whacks. The sound of latex on plastic resounded through the borrowed dance hall.

    "Tom, your form is terrible. Watch your feet, and how you're stepping. Lily, stop being lazy and actually lift that sword above your shoulder; point it upwards! You're a German knight, not a goddamn Italian mercenary. AND DID I TELL YOU LOT TO STOP?!"

    A few groans, a bit of muttering; the strikes began anew.

    They were a sorry lot. They were looking to step their game up in the LARP quarter. A few of them wanted to make a name for themselves as knights and mercenaries, others wanted to be more in character and in line with a 15th century warrior. A few wanted to be able to hold up the newbs more effectively as highwaymen. Doesn't matter. They checked in to learn. 12 cards beeped in, 12 seminar credits spent and credited to his account.
    >> PelorAnonymous 03/30/12(Fri)08:08 No.18511619

    "All right, gather round." Time for partner drills now that they've all got some decent mechanics. "We're working the Zornhau today." The drills were mechanically the same, whether the weapons were steel, wood, polypropylene, foam, or latex. "The attack forces your opponent out of guard, controls the line of attack, and keeps you safe, and forces your opponent onto the ground to bleed slowly and ponder their misspent lives." Demonstrate, watch, correct, praise when necessary, repeat with a new technique. Build slowly, watch them come to understand. The two hour class is almost over.

    They're all tired. Lead them through some stretches, give them some words of wisdom to ponder, loose them on the con. Tomorrow they'll come again when they see how the techniques work and what they don't cover.

    They become effective fighters, I live the dream for another day, and there's another reason to come to the con.
    >> InfiniCon Chairman 03/30/12(Fri)14:06 No.18514193
         File: 1333130798.jpg-(653 KB, 2475x1831, 515905829_7ed4ab3d3b_o.jpg)
    653 KB
    Thread that will never die?
    Thread that will never die.

    This has been a productive week, to be sure. More of the details are in place to make the setting more playable and usable.

    Other than fine tuning and fiddly bits, what else are we missing to have this thing fully fleshed out?
    >> -|- Reichsguard -|- !!Q3opPDaKzPo 03/30/12(Fri)14:10 No.18514233
    My goodness, this thing is still alive?
    >> InfiniCon Chairman 03/30/12(Fri)14:15 No.18514276
    Surprisingly, yes!
    Can you believe we started on monday?
    I mean, shit.. You rarely see threads that last this long.
    >> hungarian LARPfag 03/30/12(Fri)14:29 No.18514345
    well, 8 more posts until autosage.

    And maybe we could start a new one after this one dies... Or delete some of the posts from here to make it live longer
    >> Anonymous 03/30/12(Fri)15:17 No.18514658
    New thread, we could use a shake down and summary.
    >> mick824 03/30/12(Fri)15:20 No.18514690
    i will admit that's impressive
    >> Anonymous 03/30/12(Fri)15:38 No.18514886
         File: 1333136287.png-(162 KB, 482x600, Recettear-Capitalism[1].png)
    162 KB
    Now what does that remind me of...
    >> Anonymous 03/30/12(Fri)15:39 No.18514899
    As a guard in the Fantasy district, thing can get pretty fucking weird, as you can imagine. Other areas are bound by certain laws of their fandom. Sci-fi tends to follow the laws of physics and what not. Anime obeys set rules from the mangas and animus.

    But here in Fantasy? Ho boy, these fucks have some imagination. I'm not really that big into D&D and whatnot, but I do love me some Terry Pratchett. That's why I became a guard, here, to protect these idiots.

    I think, that if it wasn't for me and the other guys I work with, these idiots would be overrun and wiped out by now. I know that everyone's just having some fun, but it can get out of hand some times. I had to rescue a younger lad who believed he had an enchanted sword and had to exterminate all the furries in the UnderCon.

    I'm never going back there again. And I'm not going to answer any questions. The sound of techno makes Olivious break down into sobbing and rectum rubbing. Poor bastard...

    I patrol the area around the Fantasy district and maintain somewhat good relations with Sci-Fi. They leave us alone, we leave them alone. All's good and well. Until the 40K guys see some alchemists. Then it's purge mode all day.

    I knew a guy in the Industrial district. He was a "Blacksmith" here. He just cut up cardboard as weapons. But over there, he's truly at home. I think some guy found an iron vein and they just kind of boomed. Thanks to an old favor I've got me a nice iron breast plate that looks fucking sweet. No swords though, violence is a no-no.

    Didn't stop me going to the forest, cutting down a branch and making a baton. I need to quell a situation if it gets out of hand. And 3 pounds of oak with a wizard's blessing is a good argument finisher.

    If you guys want, I can share some stories of my time with the fantasy guard.
    >> InfiniCon Chairman 03/30/12(Fri)16:30 No.18515463
    New thread here, attendees.

    [Return] [Top]
    Delete Post [File Only]
    Style [Yotsuba | Yotsuba B | Futaba | Burichan]