- Roleplay Invitations
- One on One Roleplays
- Posting Speed
- Several Posts a Day, A Few Posts A Day, One Post a Day, A Few Posts a Week, One Post a Week
- My Usual Online Time
- 11PM to 2AM EST, plus or minus a few hours in either direction.
- Writing Levels
- Adept, Advanced, Prestige
- Genders You Prefer Playing
- Male, Female, Androgynous, Primarily Prefer Female
- Playing Style- Passive or Aggressive
My strengths lie more in the direction of emotions and short-term ideas, where my ability to plan out long-term plots is weak. I do best with a partner who helps me cover that weakness.
- Favorite Genres
I'm open to a wide range of genres. Obscenely wide. It's harder for me to list all I do like than all I don't like. My absolute favorite is mixed and multiverse, but I'm not limited to those.
• Mixed Genre
• High Fantasy
• Hard Fantasy
• Low Fantasy
• OP Fantasy
• Science Fantasy
• Modern Fantasy
• Soft Scifi
• Science Fantasy
• Low Scifi
• OP Science Fantasy
• Modern Realistic (Strict)
• Modern Realistic (Loose)
• Urban Fantasy
• Alternate History (Fantasy Preference)
• Post-Apocalyptic Mixed
• Post-Apocalyptic Fantasy
• Post-Apocalyptic Scifi
• Post-Apocalyptic Modern
• Dying Earth
• Romance (Must Include Others)
• Erotic (Must Include Others)
- Genre You DON'T Like
The list is short. because it's hard to find genres I don't enjoy.
• Yaoi/Yuri (Gay/Lesbian is fine!)
• Historic Non-Fantasy
Time to make a new character, but you're clueless? Just want to invite a new person to live in your head? Want to round out a character who's been untouched for a while?
This thread is for you and anyone else who feels like doing character work today.
Use as many or as few of the prompts as you like, and create!
How Do I Take Part?
Click Here for the Optional Character Sheet
(Including titles that aren't part of formal address.)
(Could include a few notes on if they're variant or unusual.)
(Don't be afraid to be descriptive!)
(Actual and/or apparent.)
(Gender, physical sex, and preferences.)
(Color, shape, position...)
(Color and style.)
(Facial and skin descriptions. Eyes, nose, mouth, eyebrows, etc.)
(Bone structure, musculature, amount of fat, body shape—this is great for giving an idea of history and personality.)
(What do they wear?)
(Scars, tattoos, piercings, prosthetics, and more.)
(What do people think when they encounter this character the first time?)
(Describe the tone, manner, volume, and more about how a character communicates: should include any nonverbal communication methods too!)
(Big or small, what frightens the character?)
[b]Motivation:[/b] (One of the two links below might be helpful.)
[b]Virtues:[/b] (Definitions below, pick however many fit and describe how, if you are so inclined.)
A habit of controlling inappropriate physical desires and impulses.
Attentiveness to one's needs, with restraint from wasteful excess.
Willingly giving of the self to ensure others' happiness and health.
The habit for performing work with perseverance, honesty, and care.
The ability to forgive and eagerness to seek paths toward harmony.
The sharing of one's skills and possessions for the sake of others.
Prioritizing of other individuals and the community above oneself.
[b]Vices:[/b] (Definitions below, pick however many fit and describe how, if you are so inclined.)
The lack of self-control over one's bodily desires and urges.
Overindulgence and overconsumption to the point of waste or harm.
A disproportionate valuing of material wealth and its acquisition.
Habitual apathy or aversion to effort that results in detriment.
Uncontrolled urges that encourage one to harm to others and self.
Sad or resentful desire toward traits or possessions of another.
Obsession with one's own superiority to the detriment of others.
(What they're good at.)
(What they're not good at.)
(Habits and other little things.)
(Optional details about the character's race.)
(Write a brief backstory.)
(You can include something meant to catch interest here.)
- They live in or are from a low-tech setting, desert area.
- The character is very hard on themself and a child.
- They make excuses not to take care of themself.
- This is due to circumstances they can't help, but they want to overcome.
- Except for the hardness on the child. They just don't like kids.