February 2018 Featured RPG

Have you read the Newspaper?
You can read it Here

The Lochland Times has opened their doors to Lochland Grove students to help write April's newspaper. What did they write about? Rain, illegal hunting traps, fireman's breakfasts, art exhibitions, and so much more.

You'll have to look inside to see.

Welcome to Lochland Grove
Open since January 2, 2014

We are a Real Life Roleplay site focused on enriching character driven stories through events, newspaper headlines, and even death. Set in modern day Connecticut, our background plot follows the on-goings of a small town with a murderous past. Whether your character explores it is up to you. Life is about choice - this is your story. Our goal is to provide a place where you will feel comfortable writing it. Come join the fun!

Student Art Exhibition

Students from Kindergarten to College are displaying their art for the community.

Fireman's Breakfast

The Fire Department is running a fundraiser and cooking plenty of bacon and eggs. Come support the LGFD.


Site News

April 14th
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April 8th
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 Dear Norma, Newspaper Advice Column
 Posted: Aug 19 2017, 07:48 PM

Running the Dear Norma portion of the Lochland Times has been super fun and I enjoy making up some pretty crazy (or at times down to earth) submissions by npc locals around the town. But it would be even better if I got to hear from your characters.

We all love the 'Ask Lochland' portion of the monthly newspaper and this is your chance to have your character featured a second time! Don't worry though, it's completely anonymous save for a clever nickname (i.e. Tacobout Drama, Mom Going Crazy, Jealous Of Her, ect.) so private drama stays private.

To participate in our Dear Norma advice column, all you need to do is P.M. me as Riva. You can P.M. me on your character account or your player account, either one is fine.

Questions are usually written starting with 'Dear Norma,' then go on to explain the situation, if an explanation is needed, and then ask the question. Some questions will be a little longer than others, depending on the details a character is comfortable giving. It's also acceptable to just ask a question with no explanation if one is not needed. See the two examples below:

Dear Norma,
My crazy ex-boyfriend has been stalking me for six months. I have no physical proof and no one believes me. What should I do? -- Worried in Seattle


Dear Norma,
I need a good book to read. What do you recommend? - Book Worm Wendy

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