Titan is a story-building game.
There are no mechanics or dice-rolling. Instead, Titan is an interactive story driven by a group of creative people willing to use their vision and talent to bring the city of Titan to life. The goal of the Titan RPG is to tell a collective story about the heroes, madmen, and regular Joes who call Titan their home.
The rules of the Titan RPG are simple:
- Always respect the authority and rulings of the staff. We're here to make sure everyone can have fun.
- We recommend that all players control only one character at a time. If you wish to change characters, please make sure your current character exits the story before you begin posting as your new character.
- Read everyone’s posts! Not only does this keep us all on the same page, it’s more fun knowing your posts are being read and acted upon.
- Respond to stimuli and events from other players’ posts.
- Avoid writing one-line posts or extremely long posts. A range of 40-300 words is good to shoot for.
- Avoid flooding the thread with long conversations between yourself and one other character.
- Give other players a fair chance to interact with the scene.
- Edit what you write before posting. As an interactive story, we are all charged with bringing Titan to life. And while typos will happen, take a moment to read and edit your post before it is saved.
- Keep all scenes suitable to a public audience. Strong language and violence is permitted, but please keep themes containing abuse and rape "behind the curtain."
- Limit any sexual encounters between characters to Private Messages only. If any cybering posts are discovered in the public area, they will be deleted and the offending account(s) will be banned from Titan.
- Fights between characters will happen, but they must be consensual. You alone are in charge of your character. If you wish to narrate a fight between your character and another character, discuss the scene privately before posting so you can both agree on an amenable outcome.
- Do not control another person’s character without that player's express consent.
- If a player is AWAY without prior notice and is holding up the game, their character will exit the scene under the control of the Staff until that player returns.