I just wanted to point some things out -- they may sound nitpicky, but they're quite simple fixes, and will really improve the quality of the RPG as a whole.
A couple of you are starting to slip into 'narration' when you post. It's kinda of jarring, and really detracts from the up-close-and-personal feel an RPG is supposed to have. For example:
Originally Posted by Johto Trainer
(Johto Trainer, I'm not picking on you specifically -- this was just the best example I could find) This is 'telling,' not showing. It's fine to say such things in, say, a bio of your character. However, if you want to communicate such things in the context of the story itself, you would say something along the lines of "Lily knew she had a tendency to worry about every pokemon she became 'close' to; she just cared too much." or something like that. Another example:
Originally Posted by X-Scissor
Again, I'm not trying to pick on anyone personally, but I've noticed some people are having a hard time integrating narration into their posts without sounding like a line they would put in their character's bios. The "it was possible" is the issue with this one; either it is, in Lapis' mind, or it isn't. Or Lapis explicitly states that it was possible. Either way, tie it into the character's thought process. "It was possible, Lapis thought,
traumatic experience..." is much smoother, and doesn't force people out of the story itself just to read something that could have just as easily been shown through the character.
Again, I'm sorry to sound nitpicky, and I'm not trying to pick on anyone in particular. If you see your post quoted here, don't worry, you're not in any sort of trouble. Things like this are just very easily fixed, but if they're left unfixed, it really detracts from the story and makes it harder to read. Thank you for your time.