I'm going to use the basic ruleset from the other forum I saw this on, in that each round (let's say a week), you get a certain number of Acts (probably between 3-6 for speed purposes). A single act counts as a single major action, such as creating a race or a landmass or an alternate plane where you can suck up souls when they die. I'll give an example below. All of Arthgon's questions: I don't see why not. You're a deity, so you can do whatever you want, really. The only rules are that you only get so many actions per week, and you can't contradict what other people have done. An example of this is that if Grossenschwam makes a race of Frog people, you can't say the Frog people never existed, but you can send a plague to harm them. I guess if people start actively attacking eachother's stuff, I can put in some sort of arbitrary conflict resolution system, too. I'll start, and you can use this as an example of how to formulate your posts: We will start with 6 Acts, so we can really play around a bit. In the beginning, there was nothing. And then there was something. The Nothingness started to form a universe. In this universe, he created an orb of water, and he created an orb of fire. The orb of water floated, suspended next to the orb of fire. The Nothingness then formed Somethingness from the Nothingness. He created a set of Deities, sparking them with vast sentience. The Nothingness was getting very tired now, but he pressed on. While the Deities were growing accustomed to their sudden new existences, noticed that half of the Orb was very dark. He decided to make it spin, so that the dark half would get to be bright too. Finally, the Nothingness formed into a series of distant fiery orbs, each of which was very far away, offering light to the watery orb at night time, but not heat. Act One: Started the Universe Act Two: Put a big Watery Orb in the Universe Act Three: Created a Big Firey Orb next to the big Watery Orb. Act Four: Created a series of Deities. Act Five: Made the Watery Orb spin. Act Six: Made the stars. So in our example (which is also the origin of the universe) the Nothingness has spent his six Acts to build a planet, some life (the deities, us), and a sun. Cool stuff! I put a summary of everything the Nothingness did on the bottom, just so that it would be very clear what I did.