@SamJaz: Arthur could, in theory, heal people, but since he has an affinity towards ice, it would be very weak.
And that new rule isn't new, It's the old one (the "NPC's are characterised by other players" one), only explained better.
Done, wasn't really sure what to do. First had something steampunk-ish in mind, then underwater setting, witches (if someone does the witches on some other floor before me you're dead) even a village with a Resident Evil feel to it.
But in the end i decided because it's the 2nd floor we should go with something smaller, faster and compacter, which came out to be this arena akin to Mad Max.
Whoever posts next decides what happens, our enemies and such.
@Kuma_From_Argentina: Good job lad! I think the grove is indeed returning.
@Yeilin: Yeah, that happens. What I do is highlight everything I typed, Copy it, refresh the page, check if anyone's posted, and if they haven't, paste everything I wrote into the box and his Post Reply. If they have, then adapt what I wrote, repeat. Always the repeat.
I have a suggestion. How about we have a boss every 20 floors, and a miniboss on every floor. We had the mecha on the first one, we didn't have one on the last one, but we could have a lava monster on this one (even though Arthur would be completely useless against it.). I already have an idea for the whole next floor. I just hope I get to post it before someone else makes something. As a small hint I have five words and a "+". Deadman Wonderland dog race + Metal. Oh, and if anyone steals this idea, I will kill him. No joke.
@ChronoWolf: No idea what Dman wonderland is. And I think I'm the miniboss at the moment. I kinda snapped and am on a rampage. Also, sorry for leaving you behind. But hey, you caught up and are being awesome.
Not sure about regimenting bosses and level numbers. Just need to keep it flowing. Bosses, minibosses, as of right now they flow rapidly. Although I'm trying to figure out what organisation would buy really expensive floor space, fill it with lava and put orcs and goblins in it. Ah well, who am I to question eccentric criminal billionaires?