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Nature

Nature

Definition: You and all things are part of the Cycle of Life and Death. Like the Seasons, there is Life, death and rebirth. It is the way of things. Some things create, other destroy. It only those things that upset this Cycle, or live outside of it, that and truly anger Nautre. But Nature adapts.

Group Goals: There are 8 Group Trials, one from Each Aspect. You will gain points both for you and for your team for every Group Goal that is accomplished. Listed are your Goals. How you accomplish them is up to you. Some of them you can try more than once, some only once, some are on-going. It will be apparent at the time which is it for you. The Trials are:

Order: Solve the puzzle and follow Orderís rules. It is their way.
Chaos: Chaos is disrupting the Trials. Root it out and defeat it at its own game.
Good: Defend the creatures that defend the Light as long as you can.
Evil: This challenge is unknown. For true evil is always Hidden. Find its challenge. Your means in the Challenge far outweighs the ends.
Nature: At Night the Huntress hunts the Hunter, as the Hunter hunts her by Day. Be with them in this Cycle; hunt with her or help the Hunter hide from her
Void: If any have been scalped, their souls lie at the end of Voidís Challenge. As an individual or as a group, either all souls that are there or 1 item may leave.
Aura: Endure its Challenge as long as possible
Darkness: Find your way in, then find you way out. If you can. Do not succumb to the Darkness of emotion.

Fatility scores:: You will gain the most points by ridding the Trials of any upon the Void Team, Loose points if killed or scalped by the Void Team, will loose points if Converted to the Void Team. Other Teams will come in conflict with you. Points will be one or lost depending on the Aspect and the Reason for the kill or scalp. It is, ultimately, up to you how your points will lie.

Conversion: You will gain some points for converting players to your Aspect, for there is strength in numbers. However this is not really important to you in the long run.
Created by Janna Oakfellow-Pushee at 07-16-09 01:43 PM
Last Modified by Janna Oakfellow-Pushee at 07-16-09 01:43 PM