Terminus -- Digital World v9.2.7 -- is dying.
This should come as no surprise to anybody familiar with this pan-dimensional data-born entity of strife and conflict. Truth, were the Digital World not dying, one might almost be concerned.
What is a bit different about the situation, however, is that the Digital World is dying, but nobody is aware of it. At least, nobody that really matters. Nobody that exists beyond the bubble of safety that the Digital World's security system rests in. So while life goes on across File Island and the continents of Server and Folder and the Drive Archipelago and all the worlds entered and explored, madness slowly thrives in the one place in the Digital World that should be an absolute safe haven.
Nobody remembers the old name, the one the Programmer originally gave it, the one that the island was born with and is still filed under. Of course, there's no need; nobody remembers the island, and those who do remember it only in myth and legend. Mirage Island.
There is not a one alive who still believes that the island exists, or once existed at all. Except, of course, those that dwell on the island.
But they don't really matter. The lives of the Digimon on the island are as nothing to the outside observers who continue to traipse in blissful ignorance of the true threat to the Digital World.
Funny, how this little island situated literally in the middle of nowhere can hold the fate of an entire universe within its confines.
And funny, too, how it expects a bunch of lost outsiders to be able to help it regulate itself.
Strikes one as a bit mad, really.
Maybe you can be the one to help it sort itself out.
Welcome to Terminus.
You require direction; we would recommend the following to familiarize yourself with the workings of the site and understand what you have available to you. You do not need to parse all of this at once, but we would recommend reading over time to understand our universe.
[ Starter Information ]
If you want some information for how the game is played, and tips for getting started, have a look here. Recommended reading.
[ T h e . L a w ]
Rules and regulations for playing the game. Required reading.
[ T h e . I d ]
Information concerning the game itself, from elemental properties to status effects to suggestions for how to play to making a profile. Required reading.
[ T h e . E g o ]
Profiles of player characters.
[ T h e . D e s t i n y ]
The message board where the RP itself is held.
[ T h e . M u r d e r e r ]
Bestiary, that you may kill to your hearts content in order to raise your Digimon's stats.
[ T h e . S w i n d l e r ]
Shops, from which things may be purchased.
[ T h e . M i r a g e ]
Information concerning your new traveling grounds, Mirage Island, as well as all locations immediately within its dimensional space.
[ T h e . O t h e r s ]
[ T h e . T o m e ]
Lore of the Digital World. Includes a glossary for common terminology, lore concerning Digimon and tamers, information on viruses, and other tidbits not entirely necessary to understand, but recommended for integrating into the game universe.
[ S t r a y . W o r l d s ]
Includes information concerning the various side quests throughout the RPG, as well as information concerning the ancillary RPs associated with the game game.
The Digimon Chaotic Destini RPG is a text-based Digimon RPG. It does not operate with any actual game servers, and all interaction, roleplay, combat, etc. is carried out via the forum message boards. As such, most content is out of the hands of the operators, and in the hands of the individual player base.
The game is considered PG-13 for:
. Objectionable Language, potentially severe
. Violence, occasionally graphic
. Possible innuendo, light