'Sup guys, so I've had this idea (or, rather, a thought that can become an idea if loved, taken care of and scolded when needed) about a sci-fi kind of roleplay, though I'm not sure if it's even worth expanding at this point. It is very chaotic and sounds like a drunkard's mumbling half of the time. If you think you can take it, feel free to read the rest. I think it'd work best as a group roleplay, though I've been told 1x1 should work as well. First of all, our setting. The term "sci-fi" covers it quite well, though let me explain a few things. 1. Timeline? Distant future (let's say, around 2180). 2. Players? Roles? Two options here: a) roleplaying as humans; no age, gender, sexuality, whatever-you-can-come-up-with restrictions (except for, well, being human!); you can be an engineer, a pilot or simply sell synthetic coffee in one of those shady pubs no one wants to be seen walking into. Your call. It'd be best for you to know each other or to get to know each other as soon as possible (we've got to start somewhere, right?) - but I'm sure that can be easily arranged. b) roleplaying as androids; your primary goal is to serve humans. No more, no less. It is up to you, however, if you're gonna be a model that resembles a human being or just a standard computer/console with a sentience. Do you, thanks to your recent patch, of course, understand humans so well they can't even tell the difference between you and real humans, or do you have problems understanding innuendos and ambiguity that every human throws at you from time to time? Your choice. The general idea goes as follows: humans prosper. It's all real dandy for everyone; there's never been a better time to be human than now. You live in a world that is more and more computerized each day and no one pays attention to it anymore. Or, actually, no one paid attention to it until last year - because that's when industries have started pumping technology into your everyday life even more. Every apartment is now more or less computerized, be it only your average toaster commenting on how lovely you look in the morning, or your whole house having a - sort of - mind of its own. Androids became a big deal and you soon own one as well. Now, I'll let you know (should've done it before) that I'm a sucker for ordinary life, casual roleplays. Yeah, you've heard (read) me. Why? Because I like to think that's where the funny stuff happens (and yet, somehow, I'm not a fan on Bridget Jones's Diary - how come?). As much as I love roleplays in which you can be a badass mage/sniper/insert whatever you want, I adore the casual, laid-back kind as well. Why force anyone to play as humans and/or androids? Because (ideally) we will end up with a setting where every player (human) is paired up with another player (android) and together, they make one household. Then again, unless you wish to roleplay someone who never leaves his/hers lovely abode, you may want to talk to someone else than your trusty robotic fellow. Here's where the other players come in. Long story short, that leaves us with more relationships to have fun with and explore (humanxhis android, humanxhuman, humanxsomeone else's android, mix it up!). As for the laid-back factor, don't worry: we can always add a drop of tragedy here and there just to spice things up. So, if anyone's read through this and (hopefully) understood what I'm trying to present here, what do you think? Too chaotic? Messed up? Unnecessarily complicated? Feel free to leave any kind of feedback. Take care!