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Steve
(@steve)
Member A-team
Joined: 7 months ago
Posts: 283
10/02/2019 6:30 pm  

Hi everyone,

To create a new character, you need to follow these steps.

1) Go to the template new character sheet and follow the instructions. You will need  to add a name, answer some questions, and then decide what experience your character has - are they more Parliamentary, media focused, or policy focused?

2) Once you have done this and saved a copy, post a new thread in this forum with the name of your character, and link to that Google sheet.

3) If you want, add more detail about your character! What did they study, what has their life been?

That's it! Check out the tab above on how to get involved as a new character for what to do next.

This topic was modified 6 months ago by Steve
This topic was modified 3 months ago by Andy

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Steve
(@steve)
Member A-team
Joined: 7 months ago
Posts: 283
10/02/2019 11:32 pm  

Scandals

Every character has a scandal. No one is squeaky clean. But these things can be minor inconveniences.

In your character sheet, do not put down what your scandal is. Just the severity. That much will be shared with others ("there's something a bit off about him"), but the detail will only be with the AVs.

Instead, use this google form (now in the character sheet) -  https://goo.gl/forms/USQKxjtxRfbpTSol2

Briefly, the sorts of levels of severity you'd be looking at for each are:

  • Level 1 - you had a minor fling years ago that was a little dodgy, your other half knows or already left you.
  • Level 2 - you have recently had - or are still having - a relationship with someone other than your partner. They don't know.
  • Level 3 - as level 2, but it's a bit weird (but still legal).
  • Level 4 - minor criminal offence in your past (i.e. drugs), minor expenses fraud
  • Level 5 - activity bordering on the criminal or really quite awful, but you could just about keep your job if necessary. 

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Don
 Don
(@don)
New Member
Joined: 6 months ago
Posts: 2

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William Croft
(@william-croft)
Member
Joined: 6 months ago
Posts: 260
15/02/2019 8:21 pm  

For William Croft -  https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/10b3B_mgQVniUaGISZz1CaGJ74P0qKfK7iUthCOSgjwU/edit#gid=0

William Croft
Member of Parliament for Bracknell
Shadow Foreign Secretary
Chairman of the Conservative Party
Chief Whip of the Conservative party


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Alex Cardigan
(@alexcardigan)
MP for Montgomeryshire
Joined: 6 months ago
Posts: 78
15/02/2019 8:56 pm  

Alex Cardigan, Conservative MP for Montgomeryshire

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1nIM5qphIEJ5RY9RSnqYSExT-peFMojSUHls5LdylGzA/edit?usp=sharing

Alex Cardigan
MP for Montgomeryshire
Parliamentary - 5
Media - 16
Policy - 3


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Alex Cardigan
(@alexcardigan)
MP for Montgomeryshire
Joined: 6 months ago
Posts: 78
15/02/2019 10:31 pm  

Some more detail about Alex Cardigan MP.

Rural farming background, growing up in the Welsh town of Montgomery. Attended Oswestry School, before studying Economics at Cardiff University. Worked as a teacher in a local primary school, before unexpectedly being elected as the Conservative MP for Montgomeryshire in the 2010 election at the age of 25.

Notable interests are the arts, rural affairs, and Europe. Moderate and liberally-minded, pro-European Conservative.

Alex Cardigan
MP for Montgomeryshire
Parliamentary - 5
Media - 16
Policy - 3


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Yvette Sawbry
(@yvette-sawbry)
Member
Joined: 6 months ago
Posts: 3
16/02/2019 5:46 pm  

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1B7ajSRh_Ir4kWWaxkFbxOrebgJzslrZKV9Ur_WD8YdA/edit?usp=sharing

Yvette Sawbry MP
Member of Parliament for Canterbury (1992 - Incumbent)

Parliamentary - 23
Media - 9
Policy - 9


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Batman1111
(@batman1111)
New Member
Joined: 6 months ago
Posts: 3

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John Knox
(@jknox)
Member
Joined: 6 months ago
Posts: 80
16/02/2019 11:56 pm  

For Calvin Ward

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1sVoLx79bpUA5W4amobjamUOrPHydBZ1xXSVSRomBfz4/edit?usp=sharing

Calvin Ward Conservative MP for Dumfriesshire, Clydesdale and Tweeddale

Parliamentary- 7
Media- 13
Policy- 6


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Jacob
(@jacob)
Member
Joined: 6 months ago
Posts: 4
18/02/2019 4:37 am  

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1pLyY4hvrZS8L3IaqHyjed5MdspUawf0PW1GBll3FHbQ/edit?usp=sharing

 

For James Wilson

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MP York Central | Shadow Chancellor
Parl - 10 | Media - 12 | Policy - 22


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Josh
 Josh
(@michael-kirton)
Canadian AV A-team
Joined: 6 months ago
Posts: 50
19/02/2019 3:19 pm  

For Michael Kirton:  https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/12ZXNdkHHeTuiXdojhrnRe1_3KU-PHYO8faEXUzJfGKA/edit?usp=sharing

Your friendly neighbourhood Canadian AV


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Norman Cohen
(@norman-cohen)
New Member
Joined: 6 months ago
Posts: 2
19/02/2019 6:22 pm  

For Norman Cohen:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1SqL-64gvNFoS5pFa7oSmEdmlOOccI9eWx_mLYNz7WQQ/edit#gid=0

 

Please could I make the point that the word "Noe" does not exist, and never has in the context used on the forms. It's "Aye" and "No".

In Norwegian, it means "something", for those who are interested.

Norman Cohen (Conservative)
MP for Truro & Falmouth

Par: Unknown (8)
Med: Unknown (4)
Pol: Unknown (4)


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travis
(@travis)
New Member
Joined: 6 months ago
Posts: 3
27/02/2019 12:59 am  

For Travis Armstrong:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1sKDKbSrMuPNbNDByZViovj4fuSdVfMNZzO0zJ0MBq2k/edit#gid=0

 

Parliamentary experience: Unknown (11)

Media experience: Unknown (5)

Policy experience: Unknown (5)


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Anthony Brearley
(@anthony_brearley)
Active Member
Joined: 6 months ago
Posts: 14
03/03/2019 8:22 pm  

For Anthony Brearley:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1CmFgX2zpQ0bIF6LroDhIPpPe60hZrt1-fMMotgHwd4s/edit?usp=sharing

Anthony "Tony" Brearley
Labour MP for Leeds Central (elected 1987)
Parliamentary Experience: 10
Media Experience: 7
Policy Experience: 6


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Anthony Brearley
(@anthony_brearley)
Active Member
Joined: 6 months ago
Posts: 14
03/03/2019 8:26 pm  

A member of Labour's Callaghan-inspired old guard, and a believer in the Christian Trade Unionist basis for the Labour Party, known for matching the stereotype of the plain-speaking Yorkshireman. Grew up in rural Yorkshire and moved to Leeds as a young man, finding himself employed as a blue-collar factory worker during the unrest of the 1980s.

Rose to local prominence as a trade unionist, and later as a local councillor, focused on representing his working class constituents. At the ripe old age of 56, Brearley stands shoulder to shoulder with those who believe in a common sense, patriotic social positions, but who can't afford the inequality-promoting economic policies of the Tories.

Anthony "Tony" Brearley
Labour MP for Leeds Central (elected 1987)
Parliamentary Experience: 10
Media Experience: 7
Policy Experience: 6


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