Welcome to Umberth College. Climb on in! Now with UB, bellies, and fun!
|Synopsis: Umberth College is a place for unbirthing. In 1964, there was a terrible plague that swept through a tiny portion of northern New Hampshire and southern Quebec. It created a need for Umberth College, and made unbirthing possible. The people there now live with a secret they are forbidden to divulge to the world outside.|
It is now modern-day, and Umberth is about to begin!
1.) No Vore! The eating, absorbing, and/or digesting of students, faculty, friends, enemies, or relatives is strictly forbidden. For those who believe UB to be a form of vore, digestion and absorption are not allowed. There are dozens of interactives around with vore- go there if you must have it. I will change, destroy, or delete entries with vore content at my own discretion.
2.) This story attempts to be a semi-believable diversion from reality, and talking fox-people, dragons, and other anthro-yiffo-morphological creatures have no real place here. Ghosts, disembodied minds, and magic are not wanted here. Any creature/person that isn't human will be treated like a monster. It doesn't have to be hard science, but keep it in the realm of pseudo-reality.
3.) Sexual situations are allowed, as long as the storyline supports it. For the sake of this story, all characters in this Interactive Story are works of fiction portrayed by fictitious actors who are over the age of 18. Any resemblance to persons, places, ideas, or intellectual properties is purely coincidental and is not meant as a challenge on those properties, ideas, places or persons.
4.) Don't post things like, "The main character sees this guy so she unbirths him" and leave it at that. Post with substance! One-liners are best left in children's books, where they have pictures to express details instead. Make a paragraph (three lines minimum). Make it mean something.
5.) Above all, have fun!
I reserve the right to delete or edit posts that violate the above rules. I will edit posts for spelling and grammar, when I catch it. I will also add punctuation, indentations, and the like to make the page more 'conventional'. Don't think of it as offensive- I just want to see every thread get the respect it deserves.
Again, have fun!
I have put up a copy of my notes and examinations of the various topics and ideas in this story here(http://www.writing.com/main/view_item/item_id/1785537-Notes-for-Umberth-College). You are NOT required to use them, look at them, or otherwise acknowledge them in any way- they are simply there to give a glimpse into how my brain dissects the story and makes it acceptable for me. That said, feel free to use any information found to your liking.