The Legs of Lolth
Recurring Point Activities
Here is a detailed description of the most common, repeating Prestige Point activities.
- Write an Adventure Log. (1 player, 1/adventure)
Everyone seems to be more inclined to make these a creative writing exercise than my original intent for them, but I suppose I’m okay with that. An Adventure Log must include the following to get a point: a summary of all the major happenings in the described adventure, a link to the chat log or logs from the covered adventure, and the approximate time the first relevant session was played (which is at the top of every chat log).
- Write a player journal/report. (1/session)
Since the Adventure Logs are creative, these need to be useful to get a point. They can still be in character if you want, but I need these to provide useful feedback. Anything you say about the happenings of the campaign in-character is going to be taken as a thinly-veiled reference to your desires and feelings OOC.
- Provide other raw feedback (1/incident)
I will occasionally ask for specific feedback. You may also have something particular you want to mention more directly than in a regular journal or report. Meaningful feedback will be rewarded with a point. Feedback is particularly important since we’re playing online; I can’t get a feel for how you’re all responding unless you tell me.
- Maintain/create your character page on OP (~1/level)
Create and maintain a page that shows the details of your character that are either obvious (like appearance) or that you want to share. This is both to provide information to your fellow players and to provide something to link to on OP when mentioning PCs. You can get one for creating the page, and one for each time you make a major update, like when you level up.
- Contribute to the wiki (1/incident)
Sometimes I will ask for a particular contribution, or sometimes you may just be inspired for a new feature. Either way, adding something significant to the wiki is worth a point.
- Contribute to the campaign world (1/incident)
If you make any creative suggestions in or out of play that I end up using for an adventure, I will give a point for it. If you make it and I don’t use it, you probably won’t, unless it’s exceptionally awesome (but then I’d probably use it anyway).
- Achieve in-game awesomeness (1/incident)
If you do something truly exceptional from a role-playing or strategic (or maybe comedic) standpoint, I might reward you with a point.