Here to get my game on, roleplay.
Sorry about the meme title and first line. I totally didn't name myself that just for the meme, I swear.
Name's SquishStar, though I don't really care what you call me. I kind of switch between being overly-bearing in sentence and paragraph composition and use of grammar and using sentences as long as I can, preferably adding commas and semicolons to continue extending the abomination to make it seem that my posts have worthwhile content; however, that is not to say that I am not capable of short and little things.
I've been GMing for about 10(?) years I think, both on tabletops and on text, so I'm familiar with most concepts. I'm also pheominally boring, as you'll soon be able to tell from my ramblings.
More of a GM than a player, and I have a thick lust for knowledge that will only be satiated once I learn every aspect of a setting; which is to say that if there is no limit to characters per roleplay I will make as many as I can to explore as much of the setting I can. Any content is content in my eyes, and I appreciate most things. If I do actually post as a player, as I said, I tend to have many characters or otherwise consider many options, so I'm generally the last one to be ready.
For 1x1s I've never done anything sexual or romantic, so you would have to bear with me. I'm also down with most things as long as they are within my comfort zone. More on that if I ever step into the 1x1 sphere of things.
If you couldn't tell I enjoy explaining things quite a bit, so an OOC conversation with me is a lot of similar content to this- small and segmented paragraphs that are made of long sentences.
I try not to recycle my content, so most characters will be freshly pumped out for the setting or roleplay as needed.
That should just about wrap things up for this "brief" introduction. I'll provide a short TL;DR, but you'll have to forgive my lack of formatting and touching up. I've yet to learn those skills.
TL;DR: Smash Mouth meme, 10ish years of RPing, likes to go on and on. Will do most things.