Alright, first pitch on this site. So, I don't have a whole plot laid out (or even a character to play, for that matter) but I was thinking it might be interesting to do a low-magic, grim, monster-of-the-week sort of story. The setting: The world is a dangerous place, filled with all sorts of demons and monsters. Some are intelligent, some are mindless beasts. Some are simply hunters who kill to survive, while others seem to enjoy human suffering. Some possess the body of animals, while others could pass for men in the wrong lighting. These monsters inhabit every nook and cranny of the world. Mankind has never prospered in this place (see: monster infested), but small havens of civilization are able to survive. They grow just enough to feed themselves, and a small force of watchmen, along with palisade walls, are able to keep most monsters from attacking. From time to time, however, there is a threat that the local militia either can't or won't handle. For monsters too large or vicious to kill, or too fast or too clever to catch, Hunters are called in. Hunters have no magic, no special training, nothing to distinguish themselves except the occasional bit of talent, luck, and a willingness to throw themselves at monsters no rational human being would tangle with. Those that survive more than a week are usually paid well (or at least given enough food to make it to the next town), wandering from place to place and offering their services wherever they can find a buyer. What I'm looking for: Like I said, I don't have a ready plot to follow or anything. If I were to start this it would be a more: "throw a couple characters together and see what happens" thing at present. I was looking for 2-3 others. Characters would ideally be humans, with no special powers in particular (though I could bend a little on those, if people really wanted it. I just think it works better for the setting). Anyway, if you've made it this far thanks for sticking through my rambling. Let me know if anybody is interested and/or has any suggestions.