Scripts are the complex, characterizing blueprints that help develop The Place. They're mostly based on the canonical events that occur within franchises, and due to the Multiline, it's very important that everyone is kept in check-- especially if the CharCor potential/danger is high.
Any script can be changed in the Place due to interactions between franchises; this can damage the involved timelines or fix them(e.g. if Danny Fenton got involved with Shrek, both A4 and F4 could have their timelines shifted-- even if the script normally didn't include the former franchise). Sometimes, the crossing doesn't do anything except add details, but now, the script is written in pencil(see "Terminology (Scripting)" to understand the vocabulary).
Some scripts have dangerous/beneficial factors, which is why crossovers are so important! Beneficial scripts can be assured, while dangerous ones can be deterred since scripts aren't easy to undo. Scripts are nearly irreplaceable, and therefore, almost unerasable. They can only be rewritten by chairmen, and to wipe out a script would take a while due to a progressive process.
- Terminology (Scripting)
- Script Types
- Scripting Rules
Terminology (Scripting) Edit
"Written in pencil" - The script still needs work, and can easily be edited.
"Written in pen" - The script is more final, but it can still be edited.
"Written in blood" - The script cannot be changed.
"Pencil in" - The added parts of a script; can impact the final copy.
"Penning" - Turning a penciled script into a penned one.
"Blood-drops" - A few things are vital to the script, therefore cannot be changed.
"Bleed out" - No turning back on this script: once it's written, there's no changing it.
"Highlight" - The important details, of course.
"Underline" - Something to keep mind of, but it's not necessarily important.
"Bold/Italics" - Emphasis! They're more important than Highlights!
"Crossout" - The removed parts of a script; the less important details.
Script Types Edit
Damaging - If the script can hurt a timeline, it's considered damaging.
Redundant - If the script doesn't do anything, it's considered redundant.
Beneficial - If the script can help a timeline, it's considered beneficial.