Skimming across the surface of the planetary ring known as "Liberty
Ring" of counter-earth as you close in upon your destination, your eyes first
catch a glimmer of alien light in the distance, as you draw closer you see it's
set in the heart of...
"What is that?" you hear someone exclaim.
"Surely that's not what I think it is? it can't be that big???"
As the shuttle draws closer you realize that your eyes aren't deceiving you,
your eyes take in the light of an orb that's huge, set into the heart
of the biggest ship your eyes have ever seen, totally alien in design with an
exotic beauty in the structure as you remember from info-feeds that the ship
started off as a single orb of materials but is clearly more than that now...
The Haven is a starship in orbit around counter-earth 2152 where the moon was
destroyed during the great wars that that cost billions of lives, where the
continents of Counter-Earth have changed and 2/3 of the middle eastern continents
have disappeared under water.
The Haven is based on the Starglider series, science fiction
novels by Rory Gravell and while its primarily based above 22nd century Earth,
it is also connected to other time-lines through a distortion in the space-time
This is how and why its in direct orbit above the city of Domini and other
The rules are simple enough, on top of the site rules;
- Slaves are allowed, but by choice only.
- this is a NO CAPTURE/force collar zone!.
- Kills are only allowed and accepted through adjudicated death-matches,
adjudicated by a member of council.
- Transport is by shuttle or you can travel between realms/earth side thanks
to a gateway placed on the floor of the transport points set around the
ship which lay dormant until accessed for the purpose of transportation,
the gateway looks much like an ornate metallic decoration set into the floor.
- (other rules concur with Phoenix Castle)
Haven's Cry and associated rooms are based on Rory Gravell's Starglider
series and as such, players should respect the style and try to keep to
that, ( The books will be available soon) However, since many people have
characters following different themes, the room allows for D&D (3rd
edition), rifts, Shadowrun and Free form within reason.
The ultimate decision on whether something is legitimate or not falls
on the room controller and those of rank within the room.