OOC chat here. Please keep longer OOC posts out of this thread. One to two sentences are acceptable, but if it's a full conversation, just post it in the OOC thread. ;3 "Light travels at an immense speed, and darkness acts the same way, being the absence of it, giving the war between dark and light equal. However, the casting of a shadow is "faster" than the two as it's effects are immediate, which is the disadvantage for light. Light shines through the darkness, but blot out the light, and darkness entails." Welcome to Aliquam, Kibi-star sector exa T-1280, one of the few solar systems that has a neighboring black-stared solar system. The red-sun shines down on the city today with no clouds in sight and rather low winds. With the temperate weather, it's a good day to be outside, which is--like most days--exactly what it seems everyone might be doing in the city today. @Arra @DustyScabbard Today is just another day working as the replacement law enforcement in the town, whether you like it or not. Most other in the Amalga dislike this greatly, as guard duty really isn't as interesting as fighting against the midnight, or even that twilight cult. Briefing just ended recently, and you are now exiting the city's police HQ. Most of it was talk about crime rates and the condition of neighboring planets; it seems that some units might be getting relocated soon... There are quite a few other Amalga to talk with, or you could go ahead and patrol the city, maybe stop somewhere on the way. @WarSarah @MilkCalf Today is just as normal of a day for you as any other. You find yourself... (You can decide where your character is currently and if they are with friends or not. If you don't know and want me to pick, then just say so briefly.) @TechnoCupcake You've made it to the city. It's rather pact, so doing anything illegal might be ill advised unless it's somewhere very secluded. You could also look around the city and see what it has to offer. Maybe plan a little bit on which places you could "visit" when the sun is out and most the pedestrians aren't.