[image=http://thefilmstage.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/05/movie-theater-1.jpg] Good morning, afternoon, evening, and other indeterminate portions of the day to you, ladies, gentlemen, and other assorted denizens of the RPF. Today, I bring before you a concept. A game unlike any other (or most others, to be technical). If your typical RPG is a television series, think of this as a movie. A beginning and ending predetermined, a duration set to the length of a single month. A cast large enough to be varied, but small enough to easily keep track of. A specific time and place in which it occurs, with an identifiable theme and genre. A production staff of many, consisting of all of you here today, tomorrow, and yesterday. A scale that spans not galaxies, but cities and towns and starships.[hr]Confused yet? Good. Let me simplify. A one-month long special feature RPG. Cooperatively designed. We start by tossing around genres and ideas: heist game, murder mystery, crashed starship on a lost world, squad trapped behind enemy lines, that kind of thing. We find one we like, and we run with it. Set up a plot, time, and place, a beginning and an ending. The players and the GMs (more than one, to ensure things flow smoothly) know both of the last two. The goal is to get from point A to point B in the most interesting and entertaining fashion possible. An exciting climax is a must. Cooperation a necessity. Anybody can participate: the planning process is open to all. Admission is free, seating unlimited. Let's hear some thoughts and ideas. Questions are also welcome.