So I had an idea that I wanted to run through KHV's Role-Players: It'd kind of be a process of loose collaboration, but it may be a bit difficult to do. Thinking of how movies are made, in a very simplified example, you have: 1. Producers 2. Screenwriters 3. Directors I don't have the idea entirely fleshed out yet, but wanted to get the words out before I lost the thought. Working as a group (or several groups), the three jobs get assigned: Producers come up with an idea for a Role-Play they would like or several different ideas that they're interested in seeing (anything from a basic story to mechanics to a character); the screenwriters write out the story for it (this can be anything from what becomes the first post to the history/background of the world, rules/powers/abilities, plot twists, and maybe even a little bit of the future story developments; and the directors post and lead the Role-Play. There are issues I can already see such as: 1. Who gets credit for it? Whose RP is it really? 2. How much power does the director have over the other two? The three positions don't have to be mutually exclusive (one person, or group depending on size, can be producer and director, etc.) 3. How much commitment would you need from everybody? (If you help, you have to join?) 4. What if the director(s) completely changes something that the writer(s) disagree with? Should some kind of contract-like agreement be in place? Can s/he be usurped, even if s/he is leading the RP? Like I said, I don't have much of the idea itself yet, so maybe you guys can help. It could be risky, but it might be fun having an idea come together that way.