Welcome to Calliope Town! Established in July 2015, our community seeks to capture the simple charm of the Harvest Moon video game series while providing a relaxed, friendly atmosphere for roleplayers. Although we draw inspiration from the games, no prior knowledge is necessary to jump into our little world. If you want, think of us as a slice-of-life roleplay!
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The outer limits of Calliope Town see the buildings gradually spread out, separated by trickling brooks and rolling hillsides. Winding dirt roads lead through farms and ranches and vineyards, and wooden signposts provide directions at every fork. There are no streetlamps to light the way after dark, except for a solitary lamppost at the forest’s edge. Its light shines over the stone bridge leading into town – once used as a beacon to those traveling the woods at night.
|2||29||May 4 2017, 11:32 PM
In: Long awaited apologies
By: Wyatt Logan
Where the fields end, the woods begin. And Piccolo Forest looks like something one might find in the pages of a storybook. Sunlight trickles through thick canopies overhead, while the earth below lies covered in a carpet of leaves and moss. Well-worn paths cut through the labyrinth of trees, but getting lost is still very possible, especially after dark. For when the sun sets, the woods take on an eerie atmosphere – changing from a fanciful illustration into a dark and foreboding fairytale forest.
With a surface area covering several square miles, Lake Clarinet is easily the largest body of water in the region. It lies just south of the Alto Mountains, where towering evergreens dominate the landscape and the air has a slight crispness about it. On a clear day, the lake reflects a perfect image of the sky above, mirroring every shade of blue and every drifting cloud. It is a popular vacation spot for tourists, as evident by the campgrounds and cabins scattered around the lakeside.
|1||4||Mar 12 2017, 07:35 PM
In: sparkle & fade
By: Molly-Marie Atwood
With jagged, craggy peaks that seem to pierce the very sky, the Garmon Mountains loom high above the valley below. Much of the land around the range is heavily-wooded, but unlike Piccolo Forest further south, the underlying terrain here is hilly and rugged. Traveling through the mountains can make for quite a dangerous journey, but there are some safe, well-worn trails – including the steep path that leads up to the area’s famous bath house.
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In: Lost in the storm [c]
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