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Jade Crossing is the way between worlds, connecting Earth to the Jade Valley. During times of high magic the Bridges and Tunnels between worlds are open and magic flows high on Earth. Magic, however, has been in slumber for generations.
Yet - Crossings have been breached between other dimensions. A phenomenon known as Night Terrors is ongoing. Sightings of little monsters; faded shots on YouTube, jokes by news anchors. Similar to trends like clown sightings or the Chupacabra, its believed to be a hoax by most people. You know otherwise. It has awakened something in you, like magic and you've encountered the Night Terrors. What this means for you and the threat to the barrier that protects earth from other dimensions, the Jade Crossing, is a tale that has only just begun.
Jade Crossing is a new MUSH focused on urban/contemporary fantasy. In a manner it is similar to a year-one comic/powered story line. Individuals have powers and they are trying to figure out why. There are villains and secret organizations out there working against the heroes, but at this point it is unknown. Plenty of room for Player Run Plots as we progress both on Earth and in the Realms beyond.
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I usually don't self plug again for some place I've opened, but this time I am shamelessly doing that.
Doing good, its a cozy little joint with 8 active players, about 10-12 player characters total. A few working through CG. Its the right size for me to throw down 1-2 staff scenes a week and keep things moving at a decent pace (not fast or rapid, if someone doesn't show up a few times a week or even daily, they're not being left behind).
We're getting through pre-season plans dealing with the appearance of magic in some humans along with the discover of goblins on earth. Folks are discovering their heritage a little (bloodline being part of the theme), developing their magic potential and such. Getting close to introducing the first serious threat to humanity.
Influences include Once Upon a Time and Trollhunters, more super hero adventurous like Trollhunters.
I discovered a closer theme in June after opening, a Turkish modern fantasy piece called The Protector that is really close to home. I'd recommend The Protector for anyone, season 2 isn't too good for overall story of the main arch but it really delves into a supporting character and is close to the life struggles of a WoD ghoul from my perspective (the guy that created the ghoul is constantly saying your mind and using his abilities to dominate them to do his bidding in a manner when she doesn't want to have anything to do with it, this characters struggle is the best part of season 2).