I live in the Eastern Standard time zone. I enjoy writing and have been role playing for about fifteen years now, which makes me feel really old. I don't have any real limits while writing, but please tell me yours so I can respect them. And please, just for my own curiosity, send me a writing sample in your PM?
So, there's not much I am asking for guidelines wise. But for the sake of organization, they are:
- Please write. I am not asking for a novel for every post, and I am fine with smaller posts if the scene is mostly dialogue. But I will give you between 3-5 paragraphs a post, so please at least try to give me 2-3.
- Not a grammar nazi by any means. Just try to spell things in a way that I can understand, and we are golden.
-Be open. If you come in only playing a female character and only wanting one type of role play and only wanting me to plot then we are not going anywhere.
-Have fun! I am not going to bite, I swear! Role playing is supposed to be exciting, so let's enjoy it!
Fandom *No Canon characters, I prefer just to use the sandbox as a setting with OCs
Modern Plots Coast Guard Swimmer x Local ER Doctor x EMT * Overnight Help Desk x Caller* Jock x Academic Unexpected Laird x Steward (Plot
When it comes to Modern Magic, I prefer the Dresden Files approach Wizard x Non-Believer* Wizard x Witch Witch x Non-Believer* Vampire x Human Wizard x Client (plot) -Witch/Wizard x Cop (plot) -Cop x Supernatural Being (plot) -Werewolf x Park Ranger (plot)
Post-Apocolyptic Earth (I usually use Fall Out 3 For a Similiar Basis) Raider/Scavanger x Survivor* Survivor x Survivor Letter based Role Play (Something similiar to Ephemeral Rift's Letters from the Apocalypse as a possible idea Doctor x Wanderer*
Futuristic/Space Western 1930s Viking Era
During a slow day, one of our characters walks into an innocuous shop. They must have passed it a thousand times before, but today there is actually time to peruse it, and the signs on the door-"Wizard in residence", "Spells Cast by Appointment Only"- always seemed to point to a sarcastic and interesting owner. But it was never something that caught their interest, until the impossible became disturbingly real.
Basically, a mundane person either picks up a supernatural stalker or something of the like, and after reaching the end of their rope decides to go in to the magic shop they’ve passed as a last resort.
The serial killer is the talk of the whole city. He sneaks into secure homes and businesses, somehow overpowers his victims, then rapes and murders them in a grotesque fashion. The police are struggling to find a connection--until a man comes to then with information on the killer, and the fear that they will be next....
Basically, there is a black magic wizard who is raping and killing people to try and perform some big summons. The wizard-y community refuses to involve human authorities in the case, but when something strikes close to home a man decides that enough is enough. They make an 'anonymous' tip to the police, but after only a few hours there is a detective at their door demanding answers, and both suddenly find themselves stuck with unwilling partners.
The werewolf character was bitten years ago while hiking in a national park. His change was rough and time consuming, and by the time he had control of it it was too late to go back to his human life. He'd been declared missing, presumed dead, and there was no good way to explain his absence without arousing suspicion. So he 'goes wild', staying in the vastness of the national park relatively undetected. His changed form is very similar to a wolf, and it's easy enough to blend in when there are people around.
But, after a few years of his chosen exile, he hears shouting. A search party, for a little girl. His human heart won't let him ignore it, and his keen senses find the child in less then a day. The girl will shock her rescuers with the story of the 'nice man who carried me to the ranger station', but refused to come in or even tell her his name. Most rescuers are ready to chalk it up to a childish imagination, and are just happy to have her back. But one ranger listens to her description, and is reminded of the one rescue he was never able to finish. Could that man still be out there?
Basically, a park ranger and a werewolf on national park land both know the other exists. They catch sight of each other occasionally, and for some reason the werewolf always helps with search and rescue missions. But then there is some sort of accident, and the park ranger is stranded and injured. Is it time to break the silence between them, or has it been too long for the werewolf to remember how to love like a human?
The really tall apartment buildings, the ones with very expensive pent house suites, often hire window washers to work overnight, so as not to ruin their tenant's view. One particular tenant is...a bit of a night owl. They begin to see the window washer every night, and a friendly relationship of scrawled notes and hand gestures provides more companionship then the vampire has had in years. But when an enemy of their past returns, and the window washer witnesses the attack, the vampire's enemies will go after him for sure. Which leaves the vampire with a moral dilemma: tell their friend the truth, and possibly risk the presence of actual living human blood too tempting to resist, or live the the knowledge that their friend would have died because of them.
Cop x Supernatural Figure Bean Sidhe/Banshee, who could work with a homicide detective or missing persons detective
Incubus/Vampire, who could also help with homicide or missing persons
A Domovik(slavic house spirit who protects a dwelling or family) who wants to help avenge a murder
A Faerie (one of the old school Irish ones, not a Tinkerbell) whose lands have been destroyed and attaches to a new area
Suggest! Please PM me only, as I may not see anything here.