What if everything, everyone you knew, you suddenly didn't? Your
surroundings look as familiar as they did yesterday, the skyline of
New York just as you remember it. Yet, something gnaws at you,
tickling at the back of your mind to tell you all is not as it seems.
You don't remember what happened to leave you on the outskirts of New
York City, without anything but the clothes on your back, whatever is
in your pockets or carried with you. Did you hit your head? Was there
some sort of skirmish or fighting you don't remember taking part in
that left you here? Clearly you weren't robbed, so just what in the
There's a train station nearby, and you have the means to buy a ticket
into the city or to Westchester. You board thetrain, seeing all the
same familiar things you normally notice about the area, as you head
home. You maybe even start to see some familiar faces, people you
notice every day but perhaps don't actually know.
Then there are the people you do know. Friends, comrades, enemies,
even lovers, who may or may not know you. At least, not the you that
you are, the you that you remember being. They may have a whole
different recollection of you, or none at all. What has happened to
you, to those you love and hate?
The Rift has chosen you. Whether it will choose the friends and foes
you know or not, remains to be seen.
Welcome to Marvel Universe : The Rift!
The premise here is, pick a character you love, and pick and choose
their history! You can use the Movies, Comics, or even the Cartoons!
All we ask is that you stay true to the core of the character, for
whichever history/ies you choose! You can mix and match!
The Rift has created a place much like the regular Earth most
characters know, and whether it's a god seeking some sort of
perfection, or a god that's like a kid with an ant farm, one thing
remains the same: The Rift only chooses one of each incarnation. One
Wolverine, one Ironman, one Spiderman, and so on.
(Original Characters are welcome too!)
Are you brave enough to risk falling through the Rift?
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