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Hello!

I've been on a roleplaying hiatus for quite some time but I'm ready to come back to it! I used to roleplay mainly on an avatar based site called Gaia Online. I was more into what they called "literate" role plays: that is, what looks to be your casual to advanced roleplays. As of right now, I'm more interested in the casual ones. I might go into advanced at some point, but for now, I think casual will be for me.

I've done a wide variety of subjects. My favorites are:
-medieval/fantasy
-romance
-super powers or super hero
-psychological
-some sci-fi from time to time

I really enjoy original stories/premises for role plays but I'm also okay with doing something based in an existing world with original characters. I like fast-paced role plays with plenty of action and adventure. I'm good with both group stories and 1 on 1. While I tend to prefer playing male characters, I'm up to playing either gender. I'm also up to 18+ content. I'm not quite sure how far I'm willing to go as far as smut is concerned, but I will let you know once I've hit my limit!

I'm a gamer, especially rpg's (big shock there) and I enjoy fantasy television and movies. I'm very into Game of Thrones right now. I've seen every episode and I started reading the books though I only made it to book 2 or 3...I don't remember, it was a while ago. I also like older Legend of Zelda (I stopped playing the new ones after Twilight Princess came out), the Fallout games, Skyrim, I'm currently playing Witcher 3 (which I got as a gift. Unfortunately, I have not playing the previous two, but I would like to), the Fable games, I played some of the Batman Arkham games, Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic (the console game, but I also played the mmorpg for a while) and more I can't think of at the moment. As far as movie and tv goes, I like Lord of the Rings, Stranger Things, the Batman universe, Star Wars, Sucker Punch etc.

If you have a role play you want to start soon or need new members in that you think I might like, let me know! I'm always looking for new stories.

If you want to check out some of my art, check out my DeviantArt page. I will hopefully have some of my original characters up there once I start drawing again.

And if you like my art, check out my RedBubble Store!

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Drystan's eyes lifted from his writing when he heard the door open on briefly. He spotted the silvery white hair and recognized Kerta immediately. He grunted a greeting and went back to scribbling on the parchment in front of him.

He and Kerta had worked together for some time now, having been acquainted before the official start of the guild. Kerta was one of the few people to stick around with his general coldness towards others. She seemed rather immune to it, actually. And in truth, he had started to warm up to her, himself.

He sat a moment in silence, the quill scrapping across the paper the only sounds he could hear. After finishing the sentence he was writing, he let the quill fall and sat back in his seat. His eyes lifted to look at the woman sitting on his desk. "Yeah, well, that's what happens when you have to deal with the damned king and his council of idiots on a regular basis." His voice was gruff and tired, an air of irritation behind it.

"I'm going to send you next time to deal with them and their bullshit," he scoffed as he pushed his chair away from the desk. He put one of his feet on the top of his desk and let the other rest atop it's ankle.
@chukklehed ?? I've never used a 3D printer. Are there many knives involved?
@Lucius CypherYes, sounds good. Go ahead and post in the character tab.
@Lucius Cypher Of course!
@chukklehed Hmmm, sounds interesting. Go ahead and post in the Character tab.
I added the Bounty Board to the front page of both the OOC and the IC. I also made the first post. Those who are still working on CS's, feel free to keep working. Those with approved characters may begin posting.
The small council chambers were abuzz with chatter. Many nobles sat around the large table that sat in the center of the room, surrounded by windows and bookshelves. Those invited chatted amongst themselves, some giving casual greetings, some caught up on recent events while others sat in silence.

A hush befell the room as the king entered, escorted by two royal guards. The guards took their post in the doorway as the king took his seat at the head of the table. There was a moment of silence as Gustavo surveyed the room.

"Brother, you're looking fat as ever." The man to his right spoke up first, a grin planted on his face.

Gustavo shot a look of anger towards the man briefly before a smile broke through. He let out a hearty laugh before slamming his palm against the table, causing some nearby glasses to rattle. "Hugo, you ass." He chortled. "Just because you're my brother, doesn't mean that I can't still have you hanged."

The members of the small council laughed quietly to themselves before the king cleared his throat and silence fell once more. "My small council members...I wanted to discus our newly formed hunters guild." His eyes shifted to a man sitting at the far end of the table. "Captain Haalard, how fares this newest attempt at ridding my kingdom of monstrosities?"

Drystan sat straight in his seat, a stoic expression on his face. He paused a moment before answering the king. "We have made substantial progress, my liege. In the few moons since it's establishment, we have been able to take out a vampire coven, a large fish creature, as well as a number of forest creatures that roam nearby. I have a number of leads that I will be posting today for the members to begin hunting."

Gustavo nodded silently, his elbows rested against the table and his hands folded in front of his face. As Drystan finished speaking, he looked up again. "You have my gratitude for the work you have done thus far but I must remind you that monster attacks are still on the rise. If you need more men, I will devote as much coin as necessary to motivate them. I want my subjects to feel safe in their own homes." His eyes were stern as he stared down the table.

Drystan nodded in recognition. "Of course, sir."

There was another pause in conversation as the king shuffled a few papers around in front of him. "Weyenburg!" He bellowed, suddenly, causing the young lady a few seats down from him to jump in her seat. Gustavo's eyes locked onto her's, his brows furrowed. "Has your father forgotten that I made him Lord, not you?"

Shifting in her seat, Rosaline clutched her hands together on the table. "Fath...Lord Nikias sends his apologies. He is quite ill and has been unable to leave the house for some time." Her voice started out unsure before she regained her composure. "I'm afraid I will be standing in for him until he gets back on his feet."

Gustavo scoffed and leaned back in his seat, causing an audible creak as the chair compensated for his great mass. "What's wrong with him this time and when will he be back?"

Rosaline faltered for only a fraction of a moment before answering her king. "I'm afraid I do not know. My mother is doing her best to care for him though no one seems to know what plagues him. She has not left his side in weeks...But he has not shown any signs of recovery."

Gustavo wrinkled his nose before shaking his head. "Fine fine. At least he had the forethought to send his daughter in his stead. You are doing fine, my lady. Please send your father my regards."

Rosaline smiled and nodded, quietly sighing in relief.




After the council meeting was over, Drystan made his way out of the castle gates, choosing not to socialize with the nobles as many of them had stayed behind to chat. His footsteps were relatively quiet considering his stature. He flexed his hand at his side in thought, making a tight fist then letting go. If there was one thing he hated more than the creatures he hunted, it was bureaucracy. He often wondered why he had gotten himself into this line of work, where paperwork was required and he had to frequently report back to the king. He could have been a mercenary, traveling alone, taking jobs as he pleased and not reporting to anyone. But no. Working for the king proved much more lucrative and with far more resources.

It didn't take him long before he had made his way to the guild's headquarters. It was a fair sized building, nestled between the guard's barracks and the city walls. Since the guild's founding, the king had ordered a building be re-purposed specifically for the hunters to meet in and to serve as their living quarters, if they so chose.

Letting himself in, Drystan didn't stop to give greetings to the few members that were awake in the early hour. He walked straight to the stairs and made his way to the very top floor that served as his own private quarters. He let the door shut loudly behind him and fell into the chair that sat at his desk. He let out a loud sigh as he sank forward, letting his head hit the wood with a thud. He sat there for a long while before begrudgingly regaining his composure and sitting back up. He reached for a quill with one hand and a parchment with the other. He dipped the quill in the deep black ink before bringing it's tip to the paper. It seemed like the work never stopped as, even with the new members of the guild hunting and slaying the creatures that lurked in the shadows, the attacks continued to pile up. He'd need to start giving some of his work to his second in command...


Ondorro Spiders


Details: The Ondorro Spider nuisance has been going on long enough. A small hunting village located deep within the forest has been completely wiped out, leaving nothing but webs too thick to walk through. Through years of being left alone in the depths of the forests, they have bread to an unmanageable number. Any hunter wishing to take them on will need to have the utmost bravery to walk into this death trap.

The spiders themselves range in size from small dinner plates to as large small hounds. Their venom will cause instantaneous paralysis, so it is highly encouraged that you do not hunt alone and bring ample anti-paralysis potions. They are stronger than they may seem, though a sword wielded by a strong arm is capable of piercing their exoskeleton.


Werewolf of Silchester


Details: There have been multiple reports of a beast werewolf lurking in and around Silchester at nights. The villagers have been on edge lately and haven't been able to leave their homes after sundown. No one knows where it came from or who it may be. There have only been a few attacks on villagers so far, none of them have survived. You will have to ask around the town if you want to find out more.

Reminder that Werewolves are notoriously hard to kill. They must be beheaded, eviscerated or completely destroyed to kill them completely. If possible, bring the head back as proof of your deeds.


Ogre Attacks in the Crossroads


Details: Travelers have reported a particularly brave ogre has been making it's way down the Durot Mountains and has been killing entire caravans and picking through their goods. There have been three confirmed attacks so far, with a handful of suspected attacks. Travelers in the area have noted a significant amount of debris from other carts, as well as bits and pieces of bodies. This has caused a halt in goods coming to and from Rothenburg to the other cities of Belvoir. The crossroads are very important to our kingdom's economy and they must be safe for passage.

Take note that ogres are not to be taken lightly, despite their general lack of intelligence. They are very strong and have incredibly thick skin that cannot be pierced with normal weapons. The best ways to defeat an ogre is to outmaneuver it, as they are generally fairly slow, or catch it while it's asleep. They're eyes and groins are their only weak points while their skulls can also be bashed in with significant force.


Ondorro Spiders


Details: The Ondorro Spider nuisance has been going on long enough. A small hunting village located deep within the forest has been completely wiped out, leaving nothing but webs too thick to walk through. Through years of being left alone in the depths of the forests, they have bread to an unmanageable number. Any hunter wishing to take them on will need to have the utmost bravery to walk into this death trap.

The spiders themselves range in size from small dinner plates to as large small hounds. Their venom will cause instantaneous paralysis, so it is highly encouraged that you do not hunt alone and bring ample anti-paralysis potions. They are stronger than they may seem, though a sword wielded by a strong arm is capable of piercing their exoskeleton.


Werewolf of Silchester


Details: There have been multiple reports of a beast werewolf lurking in and around Silchester at nights. The villagers have been on edge lately and haven't been able to leave their homes after sundown. No one knows where it came from or who it may be. There have only been a few attacks on villagers so far, none of them have survived. You will have to ask around the town if you want to find out more.

Reminder that Werewolves are notoriously hard to kill. They must be beheaded, eviscerated or completely destroyed to kill them completely. If possible, bring the head back as proof of your deeds.


Ogre Attacks in the Crossroads


Details: Travelers have reported a particularly brave ogre has been making it's way down the Durot Mountains and has been killing entire caravans and picking through their goods. There have been three confirmed attacks so far, with a handful of suspected attacks. Travelers in the area have noted a significant amount of debris from other carts, as well as bits and pieces of bodies. This has caused a halt in goods coming to and from Rothenburg to the other cities of Belvoir. The crossroads are very important to our kingdom's economy and they must be safe for passage.

Take note that ogres are not to be taken lightly, despite their general lack of intelligence. They are very strong and have incredibly thick skin that cannot be pierced with normal weapons. The best ways to defeat an ogre is to outmaneuver it, as they are generally fairly slow, or catch it while it's asleep. They're eyes and groins are their only weak points while their skulls can also be bashed in with significant force.
@chukklehedOf course! Feel free to work up a CS.
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