Star Army

Star ArmyⓇ is a landmark of forum roleplaying. Opened in 2002, Star Army is like an internet clubhouse for people who love roleplaying, art, and worldbuilding. Anyone 18 or older may join for free. New members are welcome! Use the "Register" button below.

Note: This is a play-by-post RPG site. If you're looking for the tabletop miniatures wargame "5150: Star Army" instead, see Two Hour Wargames.

  • Got suggestions or a cool idea for Star Army? Share it in the new Suggestions Forum and vote on other ideas to let staff know what the community wants.

Worldbuilding Wednesday #5: The Forgotten

Status
Not open for further replies.

Wes

Founder & Admin
Staff Member
🌸 FM of Yamatai
🎖️ Game Master
🎨 Media Gallery
Welcome to Star Army's Worldbuilding Wednesdays! It's a new way to expand the Star Army universes with your imagination and ideas!

The concept of this forum goes like this:
  • Every week, on Wednesday, a Star Army staffer will post a question about the SARPiverse:
  • During the week, Star Army players can creatively answer the question with their ideas
  • Star Army players can also upvote other responses they like
  • We'll try to use the top ideas:
    • can be submitted as suggestions to add to the Star Army universe
    • can be put into an article by the creator and submitted
    • can be GM fuel for RP plots
Today's prompt comes from Worldbuilding Magazine via their Discord Channel.

Every world has that piece which people forget about. Tell us about what makes your forgettable corner of the SARPiverse unique.

Please submit your responses to the prompt below! Responses can be voted on so try to include everything in one post!
 
Solution
Tokyo has a massive and likely labyrinth filled underground. Even though the new underground transit systems were put in by Sunflower Corporation, the underground of Tokyo is filled with old bunkers and catacombs that were put in by the United Outer Colonies, especially under Motoyoshi-cho, which is where the old Capital was located. It's been a relatively forgotten plot point, this prompt made me wonder what kind of secrets and forgotten places are hidden beneath the streets of what is now one of the Empire's greatest cities.

Andrew

SARP WikiGuru and Staff. Here to serve!
Staff Member
🌟 Site Supporter
Submissions Reviewer
🌸 FM of Yamatai
🎖️ Game Master
Tokyo has a massive and likely labyrinth filled underground. Even though the new underground transit systems were put in by Sunflower Corporation, the underground of Tokyo is filled with old bunkers and catacombs that were put in by the United Outer Colonies, especially under Motoyoshi-cho, which is where the old Capital was located. It's been a relatively forgotten plot point, this prompt made me wonder what kind of secrets and forgotten places are hidden beneath the streets of what is now one of the Empire's greatest cities.
 
  • Like
Reactions: Wes
Upvote 1
Solution

Soban

Convention Veteran
For Separa'Shan; the sea snakes. Essia is mostly covered in Jungle and Dessert, but along the coasts and islands, many Separa'Shan are swimmers, divers, and fishermen. Their long bodies give them excellent maneuverability in the water and a fast swimming speed.
 
Upvote 1

RaWolfe

Staff Member
🌸 FM of Yamatai
🦊 FM of Neshaten
🎖️ Game Master
There is a piece of rewritten history within the Neshaten that speaks of another ship that was with the convoy that arrived in Kikyo sector. It was never retrieved or a search happened to see what happened to that ship. This gives an interesting perspective for the FMs of Neshaten and potentially later on for the rest of SARP as well :D
 
  • Like
Reactions: Wes
Upvote 1
Status
Not open for further replies.
Top