This is for keeping track of a game of Lexicon played to flesh out the game world. We'll be playing a modification the shorter "telephone pad" version.
In the first turn, each player will write a brief entry (no need for more than 1 or two paragraphs) for their characters, described from a 3rd-person standpoint (the GM will take this turn to describe something other than a player character, but otherwise play it normally). In doing so, they'll reference two other unwritten entries that are events, people, places or things from the game world.
In the second turn, each player will write an entry starting with the letters A, B, or C. If there are any undefined entries beginning with those letters, someone has to volunteer to write those instead of a new one, although you can't write an entry that you created. These new entries should reference two unwritten entries from later in the alphabet than the current turn and one previously written entry. These are written in character, so while they should be substatially factually accurate, they are also subjective and perfectly disagreeable with in a later entry.
In the next turn, people write entries for D, E, and F, and so on down the telephone keypad. For an example of a first entry (referencing two unwritten entries), see Alexi Pachirakov; for an example of a later entry (referencing one earlier entry and two later ones) see Foxcraft (note that the latter is actually a bad example, as you're not supposed to cite yourself; hence there are actually two previous entries referenced, with only one 'counting').
First turn (Player Characters)Edit
Dane Firebringer (Wall) - Retired
Second Turn (A, B, C)Edit
Third Turn (D, E, F)Edit
Fourth Turn (G, H, I)Edit
Fifth Turn (J, K, L)Edit
Sixth Turn (M, N, O)Edit
Seventh Turn (P, Q, R, S)Edit
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