Hello fellow writers. As of late I've been looking for a role play which is reasonably consistent and interesting. Obviously since I've posted this I haven't found said role play sooooooo I would like those interested in the following themes/Ideas to comment below or personal message me if they scratch a metaphorical itch.
Hellish environment which causes every human to require shell like equipment and bunker due to dramatic, sudden storms which remain unpredictable. Animals having adapted are now rather larger or extremely hostile making the shell like equipment also be a weapon, or become an actual suit. Varies on what you'd prefer.
A world is literally shattered leaving countless islands in the sky and flying races of humanoid, reptilian, mammal avians. Whatever along those lines in a partial utopia. There are clear safe airspaces and hostile ones which deal with large primitive creatures devouring or packs of smaller ones staking claim to that territory. Our characters whom either have organic wings or magically implemented wing are assigned to keep said creatures from invading safe airspaces.
Space the final frontier along with hell. Both infinite planes of existence hell isn't flat but a contrast a race demons. Which aren't inherently hostile exist on. Both realms clash leaving two kinds of systems science, and sorcery. Humans and demons alike are capable of learning either science or magic but humans are more inclined to science for obvious reasons as are demons to magic. There are two kinds of everything rationally. Spaceships or aetherships. In the realm of hell there are different physics and neither race needs oxygen. In space both require to breath but demons breath nitrogen not oxygen and typically have to have their suits custom made due to horns, tails, wings or being a giant lizard.
(So with those composed and you still here comment if interested in any of them. Please understand I'd like reasonably good grammar and paragraph replies or more aka 5/7 full sentences. I will be playing a male character in all of them and romance will not be the main theme in any of them.