Follow TV Tropes

Following

History Roleplay / Ryslig

Go To


Added DiffLines:

* BattleAmongstTheFlames: The conclusion of the Rotan event involved captured monsters and their rescuers battling their way out while the entire town went up in flames.

Added DiffLines:

* RunningGag: Thanks to one of the Test Drive prompts, it's well known that most newcomers will invariably get lost in Lager Woods.


Tropes relating to specific characters can be found [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Characters/Ryslig here]].

to:

Tropes relating to specific characters can be found [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Characters/Ryslig [[Characters/{{Ryslig}} here]].


* MindControlMusic: Harpies and merfolk can lure their victims with a soothing song.

to:

* MindControlMusic: Harpies Minotaurs, harpies and merfolk can lure their victims with a soothing song.


* ClosedCircle: It is currently impossible for the [=PC=]s to leave the peninsula. Unknown to them, this is because there's ''nothing beyond''.

to:

* ClosedCircle: It is currently impossible for the [=PC=]s to leave the peninsula. Unknown to them, this is because there's there may be ''nothing beyond''.



* DevilButNoGod: The benevolent day and night gods worshiped by the locals don't exist. The fog god, their devil figure, ''does'', and his rival isn't much better.

to:

* DevilButNoGod: The benevolent day and night gods worshiped by the locals purportedly don't exist. The fog god, their devil figure, ''does'', and his rival isn't much better.



* VampiricDraining: Faeries, goblins, merpeople, and kelpies all need to feed on human energy - through faerie rings, spells, and drowning, respectively. (Vampires, of course, feed on blood.)



* WhatHaveIBecome: A typical response of the newly transformed.

to:

* WhatHaveIBecome: A typical response of the newly transformed.transformed.
* YourSoulIsMine: Demons and shades must consume souls.

Added DiffLines:

* FogOfDoom: There's the usual fog, which comes several times a month and is often a catalyst for monster transformations. Then there's the [[http://ryslig.dreamwidth.org/90643.html parasite fog]]...

Added DiffLines:

Tropes relating to specific characters can be found [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Characters/Ryslig here]].


* CompellingVoice: Some vampires, gargoyles and manticores can hypnotize victims by talking or singing to them.

to:

* CompellingVoice: Some vampires, gargoyles and manticores can hypnotize victims by talking or singing to them.with their voice.



* DoomedProtagonist: All the player characters so far ''will'' change after roughly a month, and there's nothing they can do about it yet.

to:

* DoomedProtagonist: All the player characters so far ''will'' change after roughly a month, month in Ryslig, and there's nothing they can do about it yet.



* WhatHaveIBecome: A typical response of the newly transformed.

----
!!Characters in this game provide examples of:

to:

* WhatHaveIBecome: A typical response of the newly transformed.

----
!!Characters in this game provide examples of:
transformed.


* ClosedCircle: It is currently impossible for the PCs to leave the peninsula. Unknown to them, this is because there's ''nothing beyond''.

to:

* ClosedCircle: It is currently impossible for the PCs [=PC=]s to leave the peninsula. Unknown to them, this is because there's ''nothing beyond''.



* DeathIsCheap: Dead PCs come back during the next fog, though if this happens too often [[CameBackWrong they start losing their memory.]]

to:

* DeathIsCheap: Dead PCs [=PC=]s come back during the next fog, though if this happens too often [[CameBackWrong they start losing their memory.]]



* TakenForGranite: Or silver, or LEGOs... Gargoyles are nocturnal by necessity, as they turn back to their statue form in sunlight.

to:

* TakenForGranite: Or silver, or LEGOs...[=LEGO=]s... Gargoyles are nocturnal by necessity, as they turn back to their statue form in sunlight.


!!This game contains provides of:

to:

!!This game contains provides examples of:


!!This work contains examples of:

to:

!!This work game contains examples provides of:



* WhatHaveIBecome: A typical response of the newly transformed.

to:

* WhatHaveIBecome: A typical response of the newly transformed.transformed.

----
!!Characters in this game provide examples of:


* CompellingVoice: Some vampires and manticores can hypnotize victims by talking or singing to them.

to:

* CompellingVoice: Some vampires vampires, gargoyles and manticores can hypnotize victims by talking or singing to them.

Added DiffLines:

* DevilButNoGod: The benevolent day and night gods worshiped by the locals don't exist. The fog god, their devil figure, ''does'', and his rival isn't much better.


* CompellingVoice: Some vampires, harpies, manticores, and [[SirensAreMermaids merfolk]] can hypnotize victims by talking or singing to them.

to:

* BroughtDownToNormal: A temporary case. Characters come in with any supernatural powers gone, but they gain new ones as they transform into monsters.
* BurnTheUndead: Wendigo are particularly vulnerable to fire.
* ChillOfUndeath: Some wendigo have a touch cold enough to cause frostbite.
* ClosedCircle: It is currently impossible for the PCs to leave the peninsula. Unknown to them, this is because there's ''nothing beyond''.
* CompellingVoice: Some vampires, harpies, manticores, vampires and [[SirensAreMermaids merfolk]] manticores can hypnotize victims by talking or singing to them.them.
* DeathIsCheap: Dead PCs come back during the next fog, though if this happens too often [[CameBackWrong they start losing their memory.]]


Added DiffLines:

* EnthrallingSiren: [[SirensAreMermaids Merfolk]] can be this; in a nod to the classical siren, harpies have MindControlMusic as an optional ability as well.
* GlowingEyelightsOfUndeath: Shades have glowing, white eyes.


Added DiffLines:

* MindControlMusic: Harpies and merfolk can lure their victims with a soothing song.
* OurDragonsAreDifferent: Gargoyles in Ryslig are actually a mix of gargoyle and dragon, with scales and fire-based magic.


Added DiffLines:

* RockMonster: Trolls, to varying degrees. ''Not'' gargoyles, on the other hand, as they are only rock in their inanimate statue form (if even then- they can be any material).


Added DiffLines:

* TakenForGranite: Or silver, or LEGOs... Gargoyles are nocturnal by necessity, as they turn back to their statue form in sunlight.
* TranslatorMicrobes: For as-yet-unknown reasons, all characters understand each other just fine.
* UndeathlyPallor: Most (it's an optional change) vampires.


Added DiffLines:

* VoluntaryShapeshifting: Several monster types can change into an ordinary animal at will; shades can morph their shadow form in various ways as well as turning back into a solid human.


* AbusiveParents: Dr. Liewen is heavily implied to have created the Fourth God by experimenting on his own son, and he ''did'' turn him into a LivingBattery for the network.



* DoomedProtagonist

to:

* DoomedProtagonistCompellingVoice: Some vampires, harpies, manticores, and [[SirensAreMermaids merfolk]] can hypnotize victims by talking or singing to them.
* DoomedProtagonist: All the player characters so far ''will'' change after roughly a month, and there's nothing they can do about it yet.



* HorrorHunger: All monsters eventually need to feed on humans or they will go mad.



* ImAHumanitarian: One mandatory transformation for all monsters is a need to feed on humans.
* LivingBattery: Originally, the fourth god was trapped powering the network.

to:

* ImAHumanitarian: One mandatory transformation Most monster types, except for all monsters is a need to feed on humans.
the ones that consume human souls or energy instead.
* LivingBattery: Originally, the fourth god was trapped powering the network. Now it's his father.



* OurMonstersAreDifferent

to:

* OurMonstersAreDifferentOurMonstersAreDifferent: Characters are assigned one of eighteen monster types after entering the game, and the players are given fairly free reign to customize them (so yes, AllTrollsAreDifferent.)



* UnscaledMerfolk: Merpeople can be part amphibian or cephalopod instead of fish, at the player's discretion.



* WasOnceAMan: Any new arrivals running into older arrivals.
* WhatHaveIBecome

to:

* WasOnceAMan: Any new arrivals running into older arrivals.
All the player characters once their transformations come in.
* WhatHaveIBecomeWeakenedByTheLight: Vampires, shades, and trolls are all weakened or harmed by sunlight in one way or another.
* WhatHaveIBecome: A typical response of the newly transformed.

Showing 15 edit(s) of 18

Top

Example of:

/
/

Feedback