It’s All Greek to Me; A Percy Jackson and Heroes of Olympus RPG
That’s right! It’s all Greek to me is celebrating 2 years of demi-god, mythological awesomeness during the month of January.
Special goodies are planned for current members including this spiffy new video, a face lift of both forums, a new blog, and much more!
Just a little special thanks from the staff to the members.
Rock out with your Greek pride group members. We’ve survived two years with each other.
Looking to join the family? Demi-Gods, Gods, and other mythological figures/creatures are welcomed. Check us out.
It’s all Greek to Me is not simply basing itself on the Percy Jackson series and the mythology only shared in the books. Many of our members have taken the more serious and ancient aspects of Greek and Roman Mythology and brought them into the RPG. Not familiar with the Percy Jackson and Heroes of Olympus series? Camp Half-blood wiki
a is a great resource.
It’s all Greek to Me is a Percy Jackson and Heroes of Olympus RPG for
multi-para and novella role-players. Using the world Rick Riordan has
set up for us, we explore plausible and unique story-lines without
straying too far from the canon story-line. The RPG is forum based to
avoid deletion and writing limitations. Each member will have access to
his/her own board which branches out into sub-boards to replicate the
feel of a ‘profile’.
Canon characters are loved; from Demi-Gods,
Gods, and other Mythological beings. Originals are also welcomed as
long as they don’t disrupt canon.
Not only will you find
socially entertaining story-lines, but epic ones as well. There will be
fun and there will be tragedy. We want Heroes, we want Villains. We want
to continue to grow. All you have to do is audition (4-6 paragraphs).
You can investigate the group here
You can check our and add our rperme here
And you can also check out roles
and how to audition
Popular Roles that ARE available;
Frank Zhang and Hazel Levesque.
With the new information given by Son of Neptune we will be working hard to incorporate more of the Roman aspect of the story-line into the group. We just need a few good Romans.