A Tribe Called /qst/ - a new board on 4chan by Capper General
Since 4chan took on a new owner/manager, it's seen quite a few changes - mostly the addition of new boards. Some of which were sorely needed. Others? Well time will tell. Among these have been
/aco/ - Adult Cartoons, /his/ - History & Humanities, /asp/ - Alternative Sports & Wrestling, /wsr/ - Worksafe Requests, /news/ - Current News, and probably most famously: /trash/ - Off-Topic.
Well as-of yesterday, there's a new board on the block - /qst/, which is a specialty board for "Quests". It has some unique formatting and looks like it could make for some fun times. Also all these extra boards means that we'll be getting even more competition in the 4chan cup.
Check it out:
Welcome to /quest/ - Quests Anonymous ## Mod Mod Icon 04/28/16(Thu)07:37:33 No.2
This board is for author-driven collaborative storytelling (i.e., "Quests"). In a quest there is a single author who controls the plot of the story and who drives the creative process. They can choose to take suggestions from other posters, or not, at their sole discretion. Quests can be text-based, image-based, or a combination of the two. Drawfaggotry is strongly encouraged!
To facilitate the author-driven nature of quests, /qst/ differs significantly from other boards in that the OP of a thread is considered the quest's author, and has some basic text formatting abilities: [b], [i], and color tags [red], [green], and [blue]. Therefore, only those people willing to put in the effort to be a quest author should post threads. If you do not intend to run a collaborative story, do not post a thread here! This includes meta-threads.
Dice rolling follows /tg/'s format (e.g., "dice+2d6" without the quotes in the options field rolls 2d6).
Anonymous ## Mod Mod Icon 04/30/16(Sat)06:18:53 No.12597▶
Current board settings:
Anyone can post images.
Anyone can use painter.
Anyone can use dice & spoilers.
Only OP can use text formatting.
3000 character limit.
750 bump limit.
Decreased post timer to match /tg/ (30 seconds for text, 60 seconds for an image reply).
Automatic permasage after 72 hours.
Thread specific user IDs.
Standard 7 day internal archive.
Posted Saturday, 30 April 2016 at 8:43 am