Alright so I'm gonna be totally honest; the core idea for this is still in the works. However, here's the basic outline of it; I'd like to do a role play that takes place in the Wild West (perhaps Oregon, Texas, or Iowa as the primary location). It would be a combination of the following genres; slice-of-life, historical, and supernatural (elements from Naitive American folklore would be employed, such as a Wendigo or a Skinwalker, but other creatures such as werewolves could be employed later on if we want to throw in a bit of a horror-flare. Blood Moon, anyone?). It would take place in a small town known as Hopesville; a relatively quiet community that's trying to put a long and rough history of violence behind it. The townspeople are nice enough folk and are very welcoming towards newcomers/strangers, but the fear of what the construction of a national railroad will lead to (a loss of jobs, an increased population, and easier heists for criminals to pull off with more dangerous outcomes) can be felt around Hopesville. However, the people do their best to live for today (since they never quite know if they'll be around long enough to see tomorrow). We can add more stuff later on in terms of plots/drama we want to incorporate (ex. A band of outlaws roaming into town and taking it over, a wealthy landowner trying to acquire the town in order to demolish it for some financial purpose, or maybe the discovery of gold/precious metals nearby leading to a Gold/Ore Rush that has the potential to destroy Hopesville), but for now let's just try to garner some interest for this. In terms of characters you can play, I'm game for anything! You can be an outlaw (but bear in mind if you choose this option, you're either gonna have to keep it a secret from the good characters, or you're gonna get shot at by everyone xD), a farmer, the Sheriff (or Arizona/Texas Ranger, depending on what you want), the local Barkeeper, a housewive, a Brothel Girl, a Bounty Hunter, a Prospector; anything! It's also not just limited to the typical 'Westerner'; you can be a Native American as well (various roles can be selected here, depending on wether or not your character has adopted the principles of the Westerners/was born into an 'American' family, or was raised in a Native community as an 'Indian', as they were once referred to as). But life in the Wild West isn't all gunslingin' and gold-diggin'! There will be a focus on character development and telling stories through the interactions of the townspeople, with obvious bigger issues thrown in there to make things interesting for the whole group. But don't shy away from small stories! Maybe the Sheriff gets shot and in his place, a man of colour/Naitive descent becomes the enforcer of law, stirring up the townsfolk (due to the insensitivities of the time. Also, Blazing Saddles reference?), or even something sweet like the blossoming romance between two unlikely people. Or maybe the town drunk starts running around town singing about how he wants people to help 'Paint his Wagon' (I can't stop with these references. Somebody help me, please!). Whatever the story might be, let's see how it plays out! Anyways, if you're interested in this (or what it could be), post below and feel free to throw any ideas you may have for this my way! I'll be accepting a maximum of 8-9 people for this (with myself making an even 10 players), with each of is being allowed a maximum of 2 characters (to allow for a diverse cast). If there's a particular role you'd like to take, let me know now so it doesn't get snatched up later on. As for me, I'll take on the role of a local farmer who, in his spare time, volunteers as the Sheriffs Deputy.