Who I'm looking for
I'm looking for someone who wants to build a world with me, and add to it. Even though I have a pretty clear idea of this world already everything is still up for discussions, within reason of course. This will be a realistic modern setting, so no dragons or supernatural things or anything like that. Since I want to build a world it is important you enjoy and are capable of playing multiple characters. I'm not talking about NPCs here, but multiple main characters. I would also like someone who can provide enough detail to keep things interesting (this doesn't mean you have to write a novel in each post, sometimes a shorter post works a lot better than a long one), and can move the story forwards as well. And lastly, I will only roleplay with persons who are at least 18 years old.
I think that was it, so let's move forward, shall we?In a small town in the middle of nowhere...
The location for this roleplay will be a small town in the middle of nowhere. Just what kind of town it will be we will decide together, but here is my take on it. The town will have seen better days. Around town there will be farmlands, and there will be a proper town center (no malls), but there will also be abandoned industrial buildings around the railroad tracks. The railroad tracks is important, they are on the outskirts on town, and if you choose to cross the railroad tracks you are choosing the side of the freaks. The freaks are the outcasts of the town, at least among the youths. They are a mixture, everything from metalheads to stoners to small time criminals. But not all bad people. On the other side of the tracks are the "normal" youth, with the football players leading the pack. The football team is quite good, and kind of the pride of the town, so you know the football players will be full off themselves.
And these are the people we will be playing, as well as some of the other people around town. I want to focus on the youth of the town (18 years to early twenties, older high school students and those who didn't leave town after graduating high school). Things to delve into would be the feeling of isolation from leaving in such an isolated place, the divide between the freaks and the jocks, but also them being young and getting into all kinds of trouble. So we would be playing them do whatever they are doing, just what they will get up to we will of course discuss, or we could just go with it and see where things might end up.