Hmm... That seems like an interesting plot... But it's a bit confusing. Why is the Chaos there in the first place? Why can only some people see it? Why does the Evil Bunny King want to go to Earth?
Anyway... I've got an idea as well.
Mobile Suit Gundam: To a Place That Still Shines
Genre: Mecha, Action
Number of Sign-ups: Dunno... Five to ten?
Expected Sign-ups The usual stuff, along with the character's Mobile Suit (Including it's armament's and whatnot.)
Expected Rating: PG to PG-13
AD 3254. That was the year that everything began to go wrong. Only five years earlier, all of the Earth's nations had united under one banner, forming a world government. There were, however, those who did not agree with the ideals of this government, or perhaps just the idea of a united government. These people revolted, wanting an independant country of their own.
The ensuing war was brutal. Thousands of lives were lost to the era's advanced weaponry. More still, however, would die against the world government's secret weapons: Mobile Suits. These giant, pilotable humanoid robots had a variety of weapons, from guns, to swords, to the Mobile Suit itself.
Within one year, the rebels lost a massive amount of forces. On June 7, 3255, they were forced to surrender to the world government. Those that participated in the rebellion were exiled to the moon.
Directly after Mobile Suits were first introduced, however, the stock market crashed, plunging the world into a vast depression. The reason? People didn't like the idea of massive killing weapons. The companies that had helped the government create the Suits saw their stock prices instantly drop as a result. This sent people into a panic, creating a selling spree rivalling the one that sparked the 1929 depression. As you might expect, this cause all sorts of problems. Shantytowns sprung up everywhere, crime shot through the roof, and unemployment spiked to record levels.
It is now AD 3290. Earth has since climbed out of it's massive depression, and right into another problem: natural resources were being depleted at a rapid rate, faster than they could ever be replenished. The world government pleaded to the still-thriving moon exiles, who were supplemented by occasional supply ships from Earth, to help them. The exiles promptly sent a group of scientists to examine the situation.
The results were grave.
It was calculated that there was no way to restore Earth to it's former glory, or to support Earth's population for more than a few decades. The exiles then offered to help the world government find a new planet for the human race to inhabit. They revealed that they had discovered the secret to faster-than-light travel, and had reverse-engineered destroyed Mobile Suits to produce their own. These Mobile Suits had been vastly improved. Instead of the titanium armor of the Earth Mobile Suits, these MS were equipped with a special alloy termed "gundanium." This alloy, being many times stronger than conventional metals, was much more practical for armor purposes. Also, instead of an electric power source, these suits operated on a nuclear power reactor. This also allowed for weapons that shot beams, such as rifles; and weapons comprised entirely of energy, such as swords. In honor of the gundanium alloy with which they were armored, these Mobile Suits were called Gundams.
The moon denizens supplied the world government with five Gundams, and told them to find the best pilots for them. Within two years, all five Gundams had been assigned pilots. The moon had also produced five Gundam pilots.
Our story begins as the ten Gundam pilots, as well as the crew of a ship housing them, sets off on the long journey beyond the solar system, hunting for a planet that could support the human race. The fate of all humans rests on their shoulders.
What is a Mobile Suit?
A Mobile Suit is essentially a giant (40-50 feet tall), humanoid robot. They piloted from a cockpit usually located in the chest of the suit, though some models with the cockpit in the head exist. They are usually powered by small nuclear reactors, however, in Gundam SEED, most Mobile Suits are powered by batteries.
Mobile Suit weapons can vary greatly, from vulcan guns in the head, to large rifles, to bazookas, to snipers, to swords. Armor can also vary, depending on which universe the Suit is from. For the purposes of this RPG, however, Mobile Suits are armored with gundanium.
This is Gundam, right? Where's the space colonies?
May I point you to Turn-A Gundam, which has no space colonies, but a settlement on the moon?
Wait...What exactly is a Gundam?
It's essentially a class of Mobile Suit. In the original Mobile Suit Gundam, the Gundam was just that: a Mobile Suit. It was simply named the Gundam. In Gundam Wing, Gundams were named for being armored with gundarium alloy. G Gundam uses a similar naming convention to Wing, except the alloy in question is gundanium. Gundams in SEED, however, are named for the operating system on which they run, whose name can form the acronym GUNDAM.
Name: First and Last.
Age: No younger than 18.
Name/Model Number: Make up the model number. >.>
Description: Color, size, shape, etc.
Weapons: Anything. Anything at all. Just keep the number of weapons within reason.
So... What'cha think? A cookie to anyone who gets where the name came from.