Roleplay / Maison De Portes
meets Haunted House
, Maison de Portes is an ever evolving house - well, five of them now - full of mysterious rooms hidden behind locked doors. Ghosts haunt this house, all of which have some tragic story for the characters and players to figure out.
This game provides examples of:
Characters in this game provide examples of:
- A God Am I: There are a few of them around but most of them can't even find a way out of this place.
- Alternate Self
- The Alcoholic: A few examples of this, though most are discreet.
- Angst: Yep. In spades.
- As the Good Book Says: The Priest, sometimes for whole conversations.
- Badass Adorable: So many...
- Badass Normal
- Bitch IN Sheeps Clothing: They happen sometimes.
- Boy Meets Ghoul: Don and Soubi.
- Dark and Troubled Past: Quite a few.
- Dark Magical Girl: Ami. Now, formerly.
- Friendly Neighborhood Vampire: Maurice Hutch.
- The Fundamentalist: The Priest.
- Hair-Trigger Temper: Rose.
- Heartbreaking In Hindsight: Several conversations with Don, who was dead all along.
- Generation Xerox: The first-generation Vongola and their tenth-generation counterparts.
- Heroic B.S.O.D.: Happens a lot.
- Man in a Kilt: Jamie McCrimmon.
- The Matchmaker: Ritsuka for Don and Soubi
- Men Don't Cry: True for some, subverted for others.
- Mentor Archetype: Lyhn in particular, some others apply as well.
- Nosebleed: Among others, when the mysterious illness hit.
- Please, I Will Do Anything!
- Tears of Fear
- Viewer Gender Confusion: Kuja qualifies. (And is, in fact, the example shown on the trope page.)
- Well-Intentioned Extremist: The Priest, again.
- Wolf Man: James Sunderland had some hellhound DNA added.
The out of character community provides examples of:
- Bewarethe Cute Ones: :3
- Could Say It, But...: For various reasons.
- Cuteness Overload: For a horror game, things like 'bird o'clock' and other sprees of linking adorable things is ridiculously common.
- Hurricane of Puns: Technically banned, but somehow still occur anyway.
- Off the Rails: Happens with regularity - it can be argued that the rails are merely a suggestion. More like guidelines, really.
- Random Number God: Enough decisions are made OOCly by the roll of virtual dice that some segments of the player base are understandably paranoid about dice rolls in chat.