I would be all over this but sadly not everyone in the world plays 4e. Back to Pathfinder Chronicles...
RPGtonight (a virtual tabletop site www.rpgtonight.com ) is looking for many more GMs and a many, many more players for the second round of playtesting for a unique online tabletop style "living game," scheduled to begin on January 3rd and run for 3 - 4 months. The living game is a persistent "sandbox" world where multiple GMs and dozens of players all play and interact within the same game world. It is quite a bit different from traditional living games like Living Greyhawk. The GMs, as well as the players, play the game, taking the part of noble houses who must hire adventuring parties of players to accomplish their goals - and can occasionally become players in the admins' games, going on missions on behalf of the kingdom - or its enemies. Think of it as an MMO tabletop style game. If interested please take a look at the information on the main page of our site ( www.rpgtonight.com ) and in the Living Game Information and Recruitment section of our message boards (http://www.rpgtonight.com/freegames/phpBB2/index.php ), and express interest there. Free rules sets will be emailed to GMs and players promptly.
Games will occur on different nights, depending on the schedules of the GMs and the players they happen to be running for a given session. Scheduling is thus extremely flexible. The playtests will use the D&D 4e system, simply because that is what most people in the world are playing right now.
People who like to make maps are especially welcome. We keep filling in the details of our world and expanding it, so new maps are always needed.
RPGtonight is a free online virtual tabletop that works in your browser. You do not have to download anything, just sign up with your friends, get on, and play at www.rpgtonight.com
There are still a few slots open for GMs (and if more show up we won't turn 'em away) and an unlimited number of slots for players. Playtesting starts this week. See the top post above for info links.