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May is here, Ladies and Gentlemen, and you know what that means!
Well, actually, I don't really know what it means. It means something, I s'pose. This month is going to be a calm month for the most part. We're running a few low-key writing events and we'll be prepping for the next big story event coming up. So with that, let's get this announcement started.

You'll notice two writing events this month. First, we have the Star Wars in FTG Writing Event. This is an event where you get to create your own sci-fi themed short story for rewards. The twist? You have to use characters from FTG, mainly characters that don't belong to you! It's a fun way to learn more about the amazing cast of characters we have on FTG.

The second writing event you'll see is the Memorial Day Writing Event. Here you'll get to write about the effect the Boscan War had on your characters and on Fiore. This is a particularly important writing event for reasons that shall remain, hm..., undisclosed for the moment.

There's some new May Updates, these include some changes to established rules to FTG so be sure to read them up before you continue RPing!

We have lots of plans for the upcoming weeks, so stay tuned. We're hoping to get some more juicy story events out there for you guys, along with a compilation of the current lore in FTG so people can keep with all the new happenings.

Anyway, that about wraps it up for now, if you have any queries of questions please don't hesitate to post them somewhere or contact a member of our staff!

Stay safe and happy FTG!

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Missions and Assignments, Classes, Reputation, and Knights
Topic Started: Nov 19 2009, 11:39 AM (6,368 Views)
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Missions
Missions represent the way your standard guild mage earns his living; while out of character they represent a chance to increase your reputation, and come with some decent rewards. You must be in a guild to take a mission. Missions are essentially jobs or requests made by people who are in need of help, that are posted up in the various guild halls. Requests can range from fairly trivial things like waiting tables, or to matters of grave importance such as stopping a terrible monster that has reawaken. Information on how to actually request a mission OOC is found here, but please make sure you understand how missions work before requesting one. Missions are broken down into different classes, D through to S, that in a broad sense categorise how hard the mission is.

Mission Classes
Mission Classes


Mission Requirements
To ensure missions have the minimum required difficulty, all missions of B Class and higher require a mission mod to moderate them. Additionally missions have a minimum page requirement (full pages). Note that the moderator doesn't count as a person for the numbers below.

Mission Length


As might be obvious, you need at least one mage going on the mission to be the same class as the mission, and for the mission to count towards mission rewards or classing up, you must take the mission in your mission thread slot. Mages of lower classes can accompany higher class mages on missions, with some limits. They must be within at least 1 Class of the mission, so that while a C Class mage could go on a B Class mission if accompanied, he couldn't go on an A Class mission regardless. The lower class mage also still must participate and help complete the mission, or the mission moderator can fail the mission.

Note that the mission still counts as whatever class it is, meaning if a C Class mage completes a B Class mission, that helps him class up to A Class down the track, but doesn't help him get to B Class.
While if you're joining a mission as a storyline thread, you can technically join any class mission (you're not getting rewards or credit for it after all, do as you wish), we strongly recommend you still fall within at least the minimum SP of a mage one class lower (remember that's 15 SP earned for guided D Class mages), lest something bad happen to your character.

Note: If a person leaves a mission mid-way through and a new one joins then there are one of two situations that can happen:
-If only the original person/people wish to have the mission count towards their total then a single additional page per additional person is added to the total required count, to adjust for the new person.
-If the new person also wishes to have the mission count towards their total then the total required pages is increased by two per additional person to adjust for the additional length required to offset the loss of the first person.

Rewards
Missions grant more rewards than standard threads, as outlined below. Note that these rewards are for full pages only, but otherwise don't take into account the number of people in the thread, or when the moderator joined. You only get these if the mission was actually successful. Bonus objectives in themselves give no extra rewards, but provide a legitimate and interesting way to increase your page count.

Mission Rewards


Additional Notes
  • In a mission with multiple members (meaning, not a solo mission) the mod is required to post a minimum of once per "page". Mods do not count toward page requirement.
  • If the mod doesn't post within the standard 10 day limit, skip them.
  • If a mod must be skipped a second time -- don't. Halt posting and contact another mission mod to take over.
  • In a mission with a moderator a member is required to make a small spoilered summary at the bottom of their post explaining the significant actions they took during their post. It is encouraged you do this in all your missions but it is only required in missions with a moderator.
Edited by Tenken, Apr 1 2015, 09:41 PM.
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Taken Missions & Moderator Clarifications In Missions




Missions that were taken should be posted in this section.

Mission Request Topic

Failure to do so will result in Mission Failure, where you won't gain the bonus and the reputation for the mission. Also if you fail to meet the required mission requirements(number of threads) then the mission will fail.

Please be advice that only 1 mission thread is allowed per character at a given time.




  • Moderators do not count as a participant in relation to page requirements for B,A,S rank missions except in the case of 'solo' missions - missions with just a member and a moderator

  • In a mission with multiple members (meaning, not a solo mission) the mod is required to post a minimum of once per "page". Mods do not count toward page requirement except in solo missions.

  • Members still get rewards for the full page of posts despite one of the posts not being theirs. For example, a B-Class mission with 2 members needs 4 pages. If a mod posts once every page the post count would look something like:

    Member A: 18 posts
    Member B: 18 posts
    Moderator: 4 posts

    18 posts in a 2 person thread wouldn't give you the 4 SP these 4 pages normally would. A small clarification would prevent any possible misunderstandings.
Edited by Tenken, Dec 2 2014, 04:05 AM.
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Who you calling chocobo head...

Reputation
While we have no strict Out Of Character (OOC) reputation value, completing missions increases how renowned you are, for better or worse. Note that the idea of reputation is an absolute value, that is, doing evil acts doesn't take away from your good to somehow make you less famous, all acts increase your reputation. Below is a rough guideline for how NPC's might treat you when they see you based on your guild class, though this assumes the character takes no effort to hide his identity, or hasn't done anything else that would make him more famous than other mages, etc.

D-Class Mages: Nobody
“…Err…who?”
You’re a nobody, likely a mage still training his basic magic skills or just starting out. Your name means nothing to the average person and even in the magic community no one cares about your opinions. Clients won’t ask after you, and might question your ability, afraid you will fail.

C-Class Mages: Rising Star
“Oh…OH! Right, I remember you, you’re that guy…”
You’ve gained a little respect or fear, but, you’re ultimately not important. The average person would only know you if they were directly affected by a mission of yours, whereas while you’re probably known to most of your guild to some degree, mages from other guilds have likely never heard of you. Clients won’t ask after you specifically for missions, but they also won’t be too worried about you failing either.

B-Class Mages: Accomplished Individual
“Ahem…no, I want HER for this.”
Your status is on the rise from your successful missions, the average person knowing you if they live in the same city as you, or if they or a close friend was affected by a mission of yours. Members of your guild certainly would never look down on you, and mages from other guilds know your name. It’s somewhat likely clients will ask after you specifically when it comes to missions, confident in your abilities.

A-Class Mages: Much Deserved Reputation
“Can I have your autograph?”
You’re something of a minor celebrity because of your famous or infamous acts, everyone living in the same city as you knowing who you are, and your name is mentioned in all major cities. Within your guild you are highly respected, and no one in the magic community would dare look down on you, many knowing your name, and several your magic as a result. Members of light guilds have to watch out for dark guilds keeping an eye on them, and visa-versa. Clients are more than willing to ask after you for a mission, and have great confidence in your abilities.

S-Class Mages: Celebrity
“IT’S YOU!!!”
Your fame has spread throughout all of Fiore, even among the common folk, where your name might be used to name children, or in stories to scare them straight, your great (evil or not, still great) deeds well known, though some of them might have been embellished over time. A champion of your guild, within the magic community everyone knows your name…and most of them your magic as a consequence. Members of light guilds are feared and possibly even targeted by dark guilds, and visa-versa. The strongest Light Guild mages could even be considered for the title of Wizard Saint. Clients have supreme confidence in your abilities when you take their missions.




Classes

There are different classes of Mages in this alternative universe. They consist of Class D, C, B, A and S. These classes determine your spot within a Guild and what kind of missions you can do. Class D can perform D rank missions, Class C can perform C rank missions, etc.

As for climbing up the classes, you will have to earn a certain amount of Stat Points and a certain amount of missions in the previous class. The requirements are as follows:

Class C - 60 Stat Points and 4 D rank missions
Class B - 150 Stat Points and 4 C rank missions
Class A - 275 Stat Points and 4 B rank missions
Class S - 450 Stat Points and 4 A rank missions + Special Test
Edited by Tenken, Sep 1 2014, 11:42 PM.
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Knights
~|Assignments|~


Knights gain access to Assignments instead of Missions; these follow the same system as Missions and have the same length and requirements as a Mission of the same Class. A Knight may accompany a Mage on a Mission and a Mage may accompany a Knight on an Assignment and both will gain credit and the reward, however a Knight only group cannot take Missions nor can a Mage only group take Assignments.

Assignment Classes


~|Knight Classes|~
A Knights Class follows the same system as a Mages Class but instead of getting boring letter categories they get assigned a military title which describes their position in the hierarchy of the Knights. They follow the same Class up requirements as a Mage and also receive a small perk based on their Class.

Knight Classes and Rewards
Edited by Tenken, May 1 2012, 01:33 AM.
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