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Current As much as there's a lot of reasons twitter sucks, I genuinely don't want to see it die for the sake of all the artists who now rely on it. Hoping the shithead stops trying to directly administrate.
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roleplayerguild.com/posts/5… If anyone's up for fighting some kaiju, why not try out my new RP, Godzilla: YATAGARUSU?
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Fun fact, we don't even come from amphibians! Instead we come from the last common ancestor between amphibians and all other vertebrates. Mammals and reptiles split early on as well.
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Happy Cirno Day!
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Actually not true. For example, there was less oxygen then there is today through much of the Mesozoic, and archosaur breathing is super efficient.
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Ah, it was a familiar face. Fanilly had known Lord Velbrance when the both of them were younger, having met a few times at functions arranged between his family and her own. She recalled him being a fairly polite boy, and while she had been rather shy at the time they hadn't gotten along terribly. Even if it had been quite some time since they'd last spoken, it was nice to see someone she knew even rather distantly now. Since they hadn't spoken in so long, while it was slightly discomforting to hear him forget her title she didn't truly blame him for it.

"Ah, Lord Velbrance, it's been a long time," she said, bowing her head with a smile on her face as she spoke. "I-"

She faltered when he continued to speak, breath hitching as Velbrance mentioned the death of Sir Rickert. His family... Fanilly knew he was a father. The news was surely devastating for his wife and child. She'd barely even known him, but Sir Ricket had swiftly proven himself to be an honorable and just knight even in her short experience with him as his Knight-Captain.

"... I wish I could take his death back," she said, finally, her tone considerably more morose, "He shouldn't have died."

She recalled Sir Renar's words from the previous night. While she wanted to prevent anyone under her command from dying, at the very least he had died fighting for Thaln's people. In the name of bravery and compassion. It didn't make it any less painful that he had died under her command, but at least he had died for what he believed in.

"I... I made the arrangements for his family as soon as I could," she continued, fingers clenching slightly at her sides, gaze downcast, "I must, I must make sure they are given the honors they deserve, as the family of a brave knight. It's all I can do."

@Raineh Daze
@Raineh Daze: Accepted.

@ImaginedBird67: The name isn't a real Japanese name or a real name in another other language.

That description is completely inadequate and you haven't given a picture to supplement. How is anyone supposed to get a good sense of how your character looks?

You removed her personality section.

Was she named for skills she would possess in the future? That explanation of her name doesn't make any sense.

Her archetype isn't valid and she doesn't have a concept. They're modeled on actual stories, mythological tales, sourced from things like that. See the examples I gave in the OP.

Her abilities are sparse and pretty much useless as a magical girl. In fact, I really don't see anything in this CS that points to her being a magical girl at all. Nothing is mentioned in backstory.

I'm sorry but I can't accept this, it's below the level of quality intended for this RP. Please look at the other bios already posted to get an idea of what I'm looking for.
The Cazt heir's delicate hands tensed slightly as she was pulled closer. Regardless of how sharp-edged her personality appeared, it was clear that when it came to matters of dance she was certainly unable to take the lead. But neither did she desire to appear as if she was inexperienced, regardless of the fact that she was only thirteen years old. Her manner of dancing was of one who had little practical experience. Somewhat stiff, but at the very least she'd certainly taken lessons.

And perhaps the fact that some of the other nobles disapproved did well to bolster her confidence. Indeed, after a few moments, she even cast a smirk towards the source of several whispers, a handful of nobles from the Marvorn and Denheim families.

The disapproving glares she received in return only seemed to make Veilena more eager to dance, and she grew somewhat less stiff.

The entire time, Haelstadt was watching from their position beside the window, wordlessly.

@ERode




For a moment, one could swear there was a sight of a pointed hat, likely atop a small figure, just barely glimpsed moving through a crowd. But then it was gone.

The handsome features of the Velbrance heir briefly took on a smug smirk as he sighted the Knight-Captain of the Iron Roses, his slicked-back black hair gleaming in the party light as he began to approach.

And at the far end of the hall, from deeper within the castle...

"Presenting First Princess Elisandre Tanetha Falisse, and Second Princess Maletha Hirenz Falisse!"

Surrounded by their attendants, the Princesses entered the hall. The elder of the two princesses was reknowned for her beauty, delicate features framed by her gleaming golden hair, green eyes regarding the guests before her, a smile on her face. She was no older then the Knight-Captain herself clad in a shimmering frilled dress that almost appeared to change color depending on how the light struck it. It was rumored it had originated from beyond Lethienvel, the work of an elven seamstress.

Beside her was her younger sister, who seemed somewhat less adept at the sight of the crowds. At only ten years old, she was obviously more cute then she was beautiful, her hair braided as she silently stared at the guests.

It was perhaps notable that the middle sibling, Prince Enrich, was absent.

"I am so very happy to see that all of you have come!" declared the First Princess, a bright smile on her face, "But I must admit, I am most eager to see the resplendent Iron Rose Knights, who so recently felled a grave threat to our people!"

@Raineh Daze@Rune_Alchemist@HereComesTheSnow@Saiyan@The Otter@Crimson Paladin@Psychic Loser@Richard Horthy@VahkiDane




"What the blazes are you doing, Sir Felix?!"

The angry voice of an older man carried over the crowds, booming over the sounds of the party. Striding towards the brothers was the figure of Sir Adeforth, one of the most senior captains among the Crown Knights.

His white hair and moustache were finely groomed, and though his face was lined with age his blue eyes were burning intensely, his fine dress uniform free of all wrinkles, cape flowing behind him.

"Picking a fight, bragging like some low thug, in the middle of the Princess's ball? Have you taken leave of all sense? Do you truly believe this is behavior befitting of our order?"

@Psyker Landshark
@Dasheon@ImaginedBird67: OOC is here! Keep in mind I will only be accepted 6 players.
@Ammokkx: Obviously no problem here, accepted.
Ascending Stars:
Human emotions are one of the things that makes people who they are. While many animals can feel emotions and experience emotional thought, human beings are among those most capable of expressing these feelings.

Indeed, this sort of expression is intrinsic to human nature.

Happiness. Comfort. Kindness. Love.

Positive human emotions are only one side of the coin, however.

A student stresses out over her upcoming test. A salaryman resents his boss. A young couple has a fight that, even for a moment, they're scared that they'll never recover from.

Fears. Stress. Frustration. Anger.

Negative human emotions that coalesce like shadows in dark places.

Certainly, they are a part of what makes someone a human being, but in concentrated numbers they can become something far darker.

Shades form of negative human emotions, composed of darkness. At their weakest they can drain the energy from people and cause them to become increasingly depressed and beaten down by their mere existence. The stronger they get, the more capable of causing real physical harm they become.

They can even kill someone.

Composed of negative energies, it isn't possible to harm a Shade with conventional weaponry.

But that's why magical girls exist.

Sought out from young girls with high potential by fairies, magical girls are capable of destroying Shades, dispelling the energies composing their bodies permanently. These girls are capable of defending the world from the destructive influence of Shades.

But in a large city, like Tokyo, the sheer number of human beings populating it results in negative emotions building up at a high rate, producing dangerous Shades far more quickly.

And so, that's why such a city needs plenty of magical girls to keep these monsters in check.

And in Tokyo, there is a certain group of these magical girls, who have united to defend its citizens from the midnight threats known only to those who fight them off.

This is their story.




The abilities of magical girls come from a conceptual source of power. That is, each magical girl has their own Concept as a source of power. For example, a Magical Girl with the Concept of a fairytale as their source of power would have abilities based on that fairytale. Concepts can range wildly, from weapons to events to stories to nearly anything in history.

But this is not the end of the powers of a magical girl.

All magical girls wield some sort of item, be it a tool or a weapon or something else entirely. This item is their Archetype, something from stories or myths that grants them further powers, something related to their concept. A girl whose Concept is Cinderella could perhaps have the Pumpkin Carriage as her Archetype. However, when a girl first becomes a magical girl, they will not be aware of their Archetype. They must figure out what their Archetype's nature is on their own. This will unlock their most powerful abilities.

The Power of a magical girl's Concept and Archetype are influenced by a variety of factors. Age and fame are strong influences, but so to is the imagination inspired by them. This allows for more recent concepts, such as Wonderland, to be quite powerful in their own right.

The powers exhibited by magical girls are vast and broad. Some are straightforward, whereas some are more strange and difficult to use.




  • Name:
  • Age:
  • Gender: Female
  • Appearance:
  • Personality:
  • Skills:
  • Brief Backstory:
    • Magical Girl Appearance: (Usually, the eye color and hair color changes as well)
    • Concept:
    • Archetype:
    • Abilities:





I'm looking for six players tops, so it will be a case of first come first serve. People who post interest first will be considered first! Additionally, this is a team-based magical girl RP, so every girl will be part of a group of girls who have teamed up to fight shades.

Finally, this RP will operate on a weekly post schedule. Try and post at least once a week, and go no longer then two weeks without posting!
Human emotions are one of the things that makes people who they are. While many animals can feel emotions and experience emotional thought, human beings are among those most capable of expressing these feelings.

Indeed, this sort of expression is intrinsic to human nature.

Happiness. Comfort. Kindness. Love.

Positive human emotions are only one side of the coin, however.

A student stresses out over her upcoming test. A salaryman resents his boss. A young couple has a fight that, even for a moment, they're scared that they'll never recover from.

Fears. Stress. Frustration. Anger.

Negative human emotions that coalesce like shadows in dark places.

Certainly, they are a part of what makes someone a human being, but in concentrated numbers they can become something far darker.

Shades form of negative human emotions, composed of darkness. At their weakest they can drain the energy from people and cause them to become increasingly depressed and beaten down by their mere existence. The stronger they get, the more capable of causing real physical harm they become.

They can even kill someone.

Composed of negative energies, it isn't possible to harm a Shade with conventional weaponry.

But that's why magical girls exist.

Sought out from young girls with high potential by fairies, magical girls are capable of destroying Shades, dispelling the energies composing their bodies permanently. These girls are capable of defending the world from the destructive influence of Shades.

But in a large city, like Tokyo, the sheer number of human beings populating it results in negative emotions building up at a high rate, producing dangerous Shades far more quickly.

And so, that's why such a city needs plenty of magical girls to keep these monsters in check.

And in Tokyo, there is a certain group of these magical girls, who have united to defend its citizens from the midnight threats known only to those who fight them off.

This is their story.




The abilities of magical girls come from a conceptual source of power. That is, each magical girl has their own Concept as a source of power. For example, a Magical Girl with the Concept of a fairytale as their source of power would have abilities based on that fairytale. Concepts can range wildly, from weapons to events to stories to nearly anything in history.

But this is not the end of the powers of a magical girl.

All magical girls wield some sort of item, be it a tool or a weapon or something else entirely. This item is their Archetype, something from stories or myths that grants them further powers, something related to their concept. A girl whose Concept is Cinderella could perhaps have the Pumpkin Carriage as her Archetype. However, when a girl first becomes a magical girl, they will not be aware of their Archetype. They must figure out what their Archetype's nature is on their own. This will unlock their most powerful abilities.

The Power of a magical girl's Concept and Archetype are influenced by a variety of factors. Age and fame are strong influences, but so to is the imagination inspired by them. This allows for more recent concepts, such as Wonderland, to be quite powerful in their own right.

The powers exhibited by magical girls are vast and broad. Some are straightforward, whereas some are more strange and difficult to use.




  • Name:
  • Age:
  • Gender: Female
  • Appearance:
  • Personality:
  • Skills:
  • Brief Backstory:
    • Magical Girl Appearance: (Usually, the eye color and hair color changes as well)
    • Concept:
    • Archetype:
    • Abilities:





I'm looking for six players tops, so it will be a case of first come first serve. People who post interest first will be considered first! Additionally, this is a team-based magical girl RP, so every girl will be part of a group of girls who have teamed up to fight shades.

Finally, this RP will operate on a weekly post schedule. Try and post at least once a week, and go no longer then two weeks without posting!
It was true, the Goddess of the Deep Lake wasn't so commonly worshipped, as Fio understood it. The fact that she was apologizing was even more surreal then the realm they had arrived in. Her life had just been saved, and the one responsible was making an apology?

"... Hmph, I'm showing you gratitude, you know," Fio replied with a huff, folding her arms over her chest as she spoke, "Don't apologize when I'm being thankful."

After a few moments of silence she let out a sigh.

"In any case, I can't stay here. Even ignoring my own personal wishes, I have plenty of things to do in the waking world," she continued. The rabbit-eared girl seemed lonely, and had shades of clinginess to her behavior. But the Sword Witch supposed a Goddess without worship would naturally be rather drawn to any newcomers.

"But I can return, if you're willing to help me look into her dreams again, like you said," she added, "And... and maybe I can... do something for you, or something."

The petite witch averted her eyes.

"You know, to thank you for helping."

@Rune_Alchemist
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