Plot Requests

What if you just got to add a bit of your character's own story to what we run during our events?

Up until two weeks before a game you can submit your own module requests! These are modules that come from your back stories, touch on plot lines that you felt trailed off without enough conclusion, or allow you to express your creative flavor. Have a particular group you want to drive story with, have a part of your back story you want to bring up, want to have certain sorts of interactions with you and your friends? This is how.

In addition to these submissions we will be running a normal plot filled game. We are going to take your plot submissions and match them to the Story Teller for the time you asked. Depending on how many requests we get, we will grab the module requests that engage and interact with the most players and aim to send it out at the period of time you ask for (that way you know you won't miss it).

This is not a tool to drag out named NPCs for personal RP, nor is it really designed in such a way where every detail of what you are asking for goes exactly by the script you provide. We are going to mix it, work with you, and change it up so that the module not only matches genre and continuity, but also allows the best potential for plot and story. These are stories about you, so please don't submit requests for other folk without asking (and giving them all the details) first.

Remember: if you want something from your background you will need to have submitted and have had a background approved for it to happen. If you have a background you have submitted to, and you have not received an email about approval, please contact Rick at, on Facebook, or at 951) 809-1091. Please include the parts of your background that you want to be interacted with in the form below. Writers do not have full access to all character backgrounds, so please include all relevant information. 

Please fill out the following information and be informative and succinct. If there are backstories or plots you are referencing to, please give as much specific detail as possible.

We can only run materials from back stories of DR:SoCal players, and, we can only run plots and stories that originated from the DR:SoCal chapter.

Try to put together your story after reading the Dystopia Rising world materials, considering how you would want the story to feel, and consider what people you want involved in this story. The fact of the matter is that for every player who is added to a localized plot, the more details and experiences you have that you can share with one another. If it is a story for one or two people, we can only assign resources and time equal to the number of people involved. If it is for your entire faction or group, we can really invest in it. 


Please complete the form below

Name *
What times are good to run your story? *
Choose those that apply. We will work the plot into one of the shifts you choose, if able. The more selections you give us, the better chance we can make this happen for you. Please do not choose a shift that is the same time as your NPC shift.
A few examples ; "I would like my character to learn a (insert subsect) of the King's Court faith." Or, "I would like my character to enter a known ruin with a group of players and explore it". Or "I want my character to go into a situation facing odds stacked against their survival - I want a hard mode fight and it's okay if I don't live through it." These are just a few ideas - but we need a concrete direction on what we are building the story on.
If possible, list the names of the players playing NPCs, and the Marshals and STs involved in running it.
What is the focus genre of the module? Note that the main themes we have in SoCal are survival/horror. *
Examples : Discovery of the unknown, conflict from the past, dangerous direct combat, intense cloak and dagger combat, emotional catharsis, closure of an open relation, building of an enemy, etc.
Would you like to opt into any of the following? Note that this means all involved in your story would need to agree to this as well. *
I understand that the Story team will work hard to bring my story to life, but depending on the timing, demands, and specifics of the story, that I acknowledge my submitted story might not happen....and I am okay with that. *