Based slightly on the Whose Line game: 90 second Alphabet. We won't be doing this in 90 seconds, obviously. This might count as a RPG, but I think it fits better here, as the storyline isn't that important. We are given a setting and 3-5 characters to play. You can only be one character in each post, but you are not restricted to one character a game. You have to let at least two people post before you post again (unless it's going really slow). Each person must start what they say with the next letter in the alphabet. The story ends when we have gone all the way around. You can start the next story with whatever letter you want. If a story starts with a T, it ends with a T. Every person can write up to five sentences (not a strict rule, just don't hog the story). Only the first letter counts. The rest of the sentences you write can be what you want, and the next person has to continue. Example: Setting: You're on a large merchant ship about to set sail. Characters: The Captain The Cook A guy named Steve Player 1: Captain: All aboard! We are going to set sail! Player 2: Steve: Boy, this is fun! I have always wanted to be on a ship. What do you want me to do? Player 3: Cook: Could you help me, perhaps. *Yells* Go peel the potatoes!” Player 4: Steve: Darn it, that doesn't sound like fun. *Folds arms and mopes* Player 5: Captain: Eat your heart out, matey! That's just one of the things you have to do around here. And so on... Try to be funny. Don't be too specific when you make up the setting and characters. Don't think too much about plot or grammar.