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Just outside Paris is a military base where the nation's finest eat, sleep, and protect the country from both exterior and interior threats. It's latest purpose is the study and containment of lycanthropy, and the disease that has been running rampant through those that possess that anomaly.
Every city's got them, we'd be in a state of anarchy if we didn't. No one likes an anarchy... except maybe the petty thieves and homicidal maniacs... even then I think they'd be lost without a Government to rebel against. Either way, here lie the houses of parliament so to speak. Got your police stations, court houses, prisons... got a legal problem? Here's your one stop shop.
You didn't think the government taxed the pants off you for nothing, did you? Well here is where many of your hard earned dollars are going-funding various scientific experiments. Most notably, in the last year, the search for a cure to the werewolf disease. Of course, in order to find a cure, we must first understand the genetics of what it's killing.
Is it any real secret that Paris is known for several famous attractions. Every city has them, London had it's ferris wheel, Berlin has it's walls, and Paris... well Paris has a number of famous sites to see. Have a look.
Looking for a place to eat? Look no further. Here be all your food service needs from upscale classy establishments to the MickyD's around the block. Just remember, those pesky French bastards that call themselves waiters don't do that great of a job and the twenty percent gratuity is already added to the bill... and if you ask for water you'll get bottled so make sure to specify tap.
From France's version of Disney Land, to Park Asterix, and the football stadium, anything you need for a money spending adventure is found here. France is big on football (aka soccer, you uncultured swine) so check out the world cup stadium, just don't run into any light poles on your way there.
Face it, you think of Paris and you think of art. What's a city made of art if it doesn't have a place to show it off? Check out Paris's fine collection of art, especially the Lourve and the Mona Lisa. Everyone wants to see it now that the Tom Hanks movie is in theaters.
Every city has a few public parks, not to mention some libraries, town halls, and information booths. Paris is no different so whether you're dining alfresco or looking for a library book on dog grooming, this is the place for you.
In a city as old and as ripe with history as Paris you're bound to find more than a handful of churches and with churches it's inevitable that you'll find some cemeteries. If you're squeamish about dead bodies I'd steer clear of the majority of the churches... it used to be common practice to bury Saints and men of power or faith inside the walls, floors, and basements of churches.
Where there are people, there are children and where there are children schools are bound to be popping up. It's the way of the modern world, children must be educated. Of course, those types of institutions can't just appear, they have to be payed for, most likely by your tax dollars which means you you have to have a job. So here's where you'll find your job and the handy places to educate your children.
Do you like riding on the Metro? I guess sometimes Paris doesn't have what you're looking for, or you want a change of scenery. Whether you're just outside the borders or on the other side of the world, this is your spot to play it out.