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Thread prompts are intended to promote activity and get Inferni members to know one another. These thread prompts rotate monthly and repeat yearly. Check back at the beginning of next month for a new set of thread prompts! Each month, there is a specialty prompt relating to one rank or co-rank of Inferni (with a few general bonuses, too).
You can earn up to 65 (sixty-five!) game points per month via the thread prompts.
- Points count toward the Inferni Game.
- Complete a thread prompt for ten (10) points.
- Complete all four basic prompts and receive an extra fifteen (15) points.
- Specialty prompts do not count toward bonuses -- it's simply an extra ten points if you complete them.
- Thread Completion Rules apply to the prompts.
- Use of NPCs is allowed; however, RO threads are disqualified from collecting prompt points: you must actively engage another roleplayer.
- Late completion is generally not an issue, but try to finish your threads in a timely manner. If you start it at the end of the month and it takes you another month and a half to complete it, it's fine. If it's six months late, not so fine!
- Summer's start already brings one blazing hot day, and overworking coyotes risk heat stroke. Cool off with a clanmate or provide medical care to someone suffering from the heat.
- With insects out and about at night, little brown bats fly through the forests and snatch up mosquitoes and midges on the wing. In turn, a downed bat might make a nice meal for a coyote -- or does your hunter think they can catch one mid-flight?
- A majority of our horses are free-roaming, but with the nice weather those stabled for health or behavioral reasons are getting antsy! Bring a horse out for some well-deserved exercise.
- Some of our new
miscreantsmembers are introducing and enabling certain vices in the clan. What is your coyote's moral take on this? Do they disapprove, or are they down to stir up some trouble?
- pNPC Spotlight (Laurel): Laurel is the go-to coyote for obtaining things! Place an “order” of something that Laurel should trade for--just make sure you can “pay” him for it. Alternatively, your coyote has learned that Laurel lost that thing you want while gambling, oops!