I'm looking for someone interested in some magical girl genre roleplaying. I'm not sure I have any huge detailed plots or other things pre-planned, so this may be a little sparse, but I'd hope we could work together to develop things, anyway. My main influences for the genre are probably things like Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha and Senki Zesshou Symphogear. ...And plenty of things which are not necessarily actual magical girl stuff at all, but just get dragged in anyway, like old shoot 'em up games or H.P. Lovecraft's mythos. As far as expectations and such go, I'm a relatively active person, who can post at least once a week, probably more, and am at least responsible enough to say if I am suddenly busy or apologize if I just let my time get eaten by video games. I tend to prefer writing in the third person, and like some amount of description and thought to things when it makes sense. But I also don't feel like there's a need for ever post to have a minimum length; combat and conversations won't need nearly as much per post/action. And, in general, one is not always creative or clever enough to launch into long descriptions or introspective soul-searching or whatever else. I do request decent spelling and grammar. I'm not perfect, but I at least try to get things right or catch my mistakes. As far as actual RP goes, I'm looking more for light-hearted and fluffy than very dark and heavy. I can do dark things well enough, but my usual play style lends itself more to being silly or not taking things too seriously. And, well, feelings of hopelessness or the like just aren't that entertaining to me. Not that things need to or should be non-stop success or power fantasy, either. just got to write a good story, whatever tone we end up using. I might end up referencing all manner of things, but I tend to prefer not playing in someone else's setting with no modifications, and this goes doubly so for playing characters outright from a series. I'm not sure why, just feels weird to try and write a character I didn't create. Sure, file the serial numbers off and it all works just fine, but I guess it's the principle of the thing. So, I said earlier I don't have too much for setting things up myself, but I do have some food for thought and might as well toss it up here. I have some old notes for things which are heavily inspired by Nanoha. there would be that sort of magitech setting with things like intelligent devices being common, spacecraft being a thing, and so-on. Magic is a common practice and "magical girl" is technically more of a legitimate career choice. Magic is also often inherently non-lethal. There'd be a big focus on big flashy attacks and fighting that might make more sense in a Gundam series. Plots would likely either involve fighting evil monsters, or possibly more the sort of magical girl meets dark magical girl sort of thing. One alternative idea could be taking more of an eldritch horror turn and possibly not really being "proper" magical girls. Or maybe just rolling with whatever horrible Mythos magical girls would be like. Not likely intended to be serious with any of the usual themes of cosmic horror, or things like the whole "everyone ends up dead and insane and humanity isn't allowed to win" sort of stuff people usually go with. One can lay on some of that stuff without also going really heavy on everyone needing to suck. I could also go more for the magical girls by virtue of attending a wizard school (or more "magical girl school" if we really want to stick more to the genre in that way than, say, Harry potter and Little Witch Academia). I don't have much for it beyond focusing primarily on slice of life sort of events, and a huge d100 table of things that could happen at a wizard school and lead to amusing shenanigans. I probably have more ideas that I just can't remember at the moment, that are more far-reaching than just silly ideas for characters, like a 30 year old office lady who is still a "magical girl" or becomes one through some strange quirk of fate. And that's probably enough of me rambling. If you're interested, I'd be happy to discuss things and see what we can come up with.