Kannagara (kannagara_gods) wrote in kannagara_ooc,
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[EVENT] Fourth Wall Event

FOURTH WALL EVENT
12:00AM EST January 30 - 11:59PM PST February 4
(Week 18, Day 3 & Day 4)


For new arrivals coming into the event as of February 2, please intro your character in Day 4 links.

Information Post
Plotting Post

Week 18, Day 4 Links
Master Network Post
Master Dream Post
Master Interactive Dream Post
Master Visitor Log Post

Week 18, Day 3 Links
Master Network Post
Master Dream Post
Master Interactive Dream Post
Master Visitor Log Post

Kannagara's OOC chat is open on AIM! Join us at kannagaraooc or IM in subtext for an invite!

Note: All event posts must be tagged with event: fourth wall 2

Starting from this event, the Hitomi will function a little differently, as there will be forced viewing of dreams.

Sometimes a particular dream can be so relevant, so intense, or possibly feature a character that they will end up experiencing it during their own sleep as if it's their own. This does not have to happen at the same time as the original dream as the Hitomi keeps them readable forever - but you cannot have it happen after a character has left the game.

Upon waking, the character will find the Hitomi in both their hands and seemingly stuck there, the screen for sending a message to the other dreamer on the display. They will not be able to let it go or change the screen to do anything until they have sent a message that is relevant and meaningful (and honest) to the dreamer. (Interpret as you will.) The dreamer will be (annoyingly?) compulsed as if by nagging thoughts to respond if they are reluctant, and likewise with the person who watched it in such a way, until they have had some kind of conversation about it. (Interpret broadly.)

This is absolutely up to the mun of the character watching it and merely a tool to make otherwise too-polite/reclusive characters interact with dreams.
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