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Wiki Science Fiction Roleplay

Wiki Fiction Roleplay
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The Wiki Sci-Fi Roleplay:
Wiki Science Fiction, Future Fantasy, Modern Fic, Post-Apocalyptic and More!

"The Best Way to Predict the Future is to PLAY it."


     Not a competitor to the Wiki Fantasy Roleplay, but instead a page that picks up where it left off, this guild caters to those avid roleplayers who have an interest in involving technology with well-played, interesting, in-depth role-playing games. The name Wiki Sci-Fi Roleplay (WSFR) is clipped for convenience and not quite accurate...modern fantasy, science-fiction, future fantasy, and ungodly mixes of those are all welcome here.

     Like the Wiki Fantasy Roleplay (WFR), the WSFR is a single, continuous universe, situated in the Jeriah Galaxy. Multiple games can and will run here at once, but each RPG-world exists right next to others, on barriers that can be crossed. They're subject to interact with one another at any time, so stay on your toes. To see who's next to whom--and to put your own position on the map, if you'd like to add a game or open RP location--see the Jeriah Galaxy.


     Wait a can there be modern fantasy and sci-fi games right next to each other? This can't be a continuous game!

     Ah, but it is. For convenience's sake, The Planet Earth is now located in the Jeriah Galaxy, as it's rather difficult to get a bird's eye photograph of the Milky Way Galaxy. It's an isolated little planet...what can you expect from a bunch of idiots who can't get farther than their own moon? Modern fantasy games will take place on The Planet Earth, while the affairs of the Jeriah Galaxy are conducted around that poor pathetic little world.

     Further, the WFR world of Jashnia isn't wholly isolated from the WSFR. It's just one member of the Selenar System, which sits toward the end of the B-tail of the Jeriah Galaxy. However, the stellar system has remained somewhat isolated from the rest of the galaxy, as certain political hotbeds choke travel.

     If you do intend to somehow connect a WSFR game to a WFR one, please contact both [Nightshadow] and [xido] with your idea.


     To begin playing here as an individual, visit the

WFR Application Page and check out other WFR Guild Members

     Even a well-written game, after all, is worthless without good characters and skilled players. Not everyone who applies will be accepted, but don't let that discourage any new or veteran player from trying. This selection system should keep play at a high level. Criteria for acceptance are outlined more clearly at the WSFR Application Page.


     Games are listed at

The Jeriah Galaxy


     So now that you're finished reading this for what's probably the first and only time in your life, welcome, play well, have fun, and see the Jeriah Galaxy for what games are available!


     WSFR News:

     2006.11.26: [Nightshadow] is very busy with life. [xido] has no life besides schoolwork, and loves this place. He will now see to it that this and all related pages and Guild Members are dealt with accordingly. Everyone that has been accepted to this portion of the Guild is featured on WFR Guild Members. Thanks for your support!


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2004-05-27 [Blood Raven]: Yes I know, but I still found it was crap. There were millions of those things. They can't all live 14 years on dust, can they? And if they eat eachother, why don't they do that underground as well? Then again, I didn't see the entire movie, maybe there was some explanation *shrugs*

2004-05-27 [Blood Raven]: I'm just saying we should be carefull with the kinds of alien lifeforms. Could be just me, but I don't like to have opponents or allies which can be simplified to: bullshit. Weird alien races are okay, as long as they are thought over a bit. Please note I'm not saying everything should be biologically, ecologically and evolutionairy correct, I'm just saying I don't like gaint huge land-squids which suck out brains from anything that walks by...

2004-05-27 [Nightshadow]: There are millions of those desert frogs nm. Point taken, and cool down. lol.

2004-05-27 [Drizzt_Do'Urden]: hmmm

2004-05-28 [xido]: Hey Crazed, maybe you should just take a deep breath.....or two......and be at ease with just asking a polite question about your state of mind.... hehe, you're a quick one to burst.

2004-05-28 [xido]: And I find the idea of beastial, mindless monsters appauling as well, so hail to you, BR. :) I think Cicadas do that, too....only come out every so many years or so. Dune was incredibly detailed, which is what makes it so excellent. I, however, have only been introduced to the first two books, Dune and Children of....and only the first one did I read the book. LOVED the movies. I hadn't thought the rest of them were actually Frank Herbert's...I had thought his son had taken over at one this case, I am the lost one....

2004-05-28 [Blood Raven]: All the books are pretty good, them just takes a while to read... a long while...

2004-05-28 [Blood Raven]: frank herbert wrote all 6 dune books, and his son wrote 2 others, together with somebody else. called Dune - House of Atreides and Dune- House of Harkonnen. I never read those though. Afraid of being dissapointed.

2004-05-28 [lemondude11]: hey whats up hows it going ?

2004-05-29 [xido]: wow, okay. Sweet, I will want to read them all, and make many movies for many years... :)

2004-05-30 [the crazed artist]: of course I'm quick to burst...I"M CRAZED!!!!...anywho, I HATE it when they ruin the reality of creatures in books through movies...or just the entire reality of the entire thing*cough cough starship troopers cough cough* I have very low opinions of that movie...

2004-05-30 [Blood Raven]: The book Starship Troopers really is way better than the movie. The movie only seemed to have copied the large bugs, and nothing else. The Troopers in the book are entirely different, and better too.

2004-05-30 [Nightshadow]: Well, cicadas are a bit different...they do come out on cue every 14 years (I think that's the number) but live underground in a larval stage before that, eating roots.

2004-05-30 [xido]: Yeah, maybe Starship Troopers wasn't as good a movie as the book, but who could ever live without seeing Casper Van Dien half-naked?  Mmmmmm....*fantasizes* And yeah, cicadas work like's weird.

2004-05-31 [Blood Raven]: 0.o;

2004-05-31 [xido]: *grins* Mmmmmmm, Casper Van Dien............hehehe......I mean, yeah, Cicadas.  >.> X.o)

2004-05-31 [Nightshadow]: One must have one's priorities in order, after all.

2004-06-01 [Blood Raven]: yes, there is this system of ordening, called Chaos. it be really fun ^^

2004-06-01 [Nightshadow]: FINALLY! *ahem* For those of you watching multiple pages, I apologize for your wiki-changes seems that order required for </h1></center> tabs was changed, breaking each and every page here. All should be fixed now...let me know if I missed one.

2004-07-12 [nunt]: *looks at wiki* all seems very complicated

2004-07-12 [Blood Raven]: it's easy once you get it, but it might seem overwhelming at first. You want to join?

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