From Unofficial Handbook of the Virtue Universe
- The Ancestral
- Baron Alderman
- Coral Call
- The Highest
- Horus Re
- Pink Devil
- Take One
Hanging By A Thread
I'm still waiting for inspiration to write up these.
- Field Trip
- First In - First Out
- Lovely Day
- Operative Tracks
- Werewolf Samurai
- Art And Strategy
- League of Justice
- Riot Gear
- The Inhuman League
- Project Corona
They are useful to me, maybe not to you.
Some stuff people do that I can't stand. Well, I suppose I can stand them, I'll just suffer in silence.
- Bad accents. For every character/player who can type a good accent there are at least 999 bad ones. Typing out your character's accents usually just makes me want to ask if you want to buy a vowel. I won't, but believe me, the temptation is there.
- Chuckles. Some characters can chuckle; the elderly, the fat, the elderly and fat - Santa, basically. Demonic mass-murderers, grim anti-heroes and little kids can't or shouldn't. Whenever someone uses this word it makes me think of a hen clucking, a turkey's gobble, that stupid laugh-noise Goofy does. It makes me sick.
- The impossibly naive. Heroes who are apparently given a license despite being unable to speak properly, or who can speak properly but somehow lack knowledge about certain words and concepts and must have them explained in yet another endearing roleplaying experience where the naive simpleton can act all cute and confused and make me want to puke. Even worse: villains who act like this. You don't get to survive to become a villain if you need the very concept of a toilet explained for you.
- Badly played children. It's not easy playing someone of a different age, as nearly all of the kid characters spotted in the D will prove. Nine-year-olds speaking like they are three, or thirtythree, is the most obvious and common example. Closely related to "bad accents", but actually even more annoying because it is usually combined with "the impossibly naive".
- Don't get me started on characters who for some reason know enough english to carry on a lengthy conversation but are embarrased and/or surprised to hear a common english word which for some reason means something naughty in their own language. It would be like learning how to speak thai and still giggle every time you see "Phad Prik" on a menu.
- People adding really creepy stuff to their bios. Things like "easily mindcontrolled" or "weakness to pheromones" or any of dozens similar invitations to basically be raped. Actually, keep doing that. It makes it easier for me to know who I must avoid at all cost.
- If you are going to tell me that you are 5000 years old or some other ridiculous number like that, don't act like you're alt-tabbing to /b/ inbetween horribly spelled chat lines.
- Home-made Canon, isn't. I don't care what vampires, faeries, ghosts, magic, gods, mutants, martial arts, jedi knights or anything else is like in other games, comics, movies or books. CoX has its own explanations for most of these things. Stick to them or expect your character to be considered insane, ignorant or deluded.
- Impersonating authority figures like Praetors or Arbiters is probably a serious offense in some places.