This is just a simple freeform fantasy and possibly sci-fi RP. The thing that's special about this RP is that instead of making your own character, you request a character; then, you make someone else's. In this way there should be an equal exchange so that everyone gets a character, and gets to make a character. Naturally, to preserve sanity, there are a couple of rules to the way this works. You can request a single specific thing or up to three vague things that must be included in the character someone else makes for you; you also have the option of not requesting anything but a character, but be prepared to play anything if you do that! Also, if a character is made for you that you feel you simply cannot play, and you can explain exactly why, you can ask for one or two changes if the problem is minor, or a different character entirely if it seems irredeemable. Please keep in mind this is a provision only if you absolutely cannot play the character; this whole concept is intended for learning flexibility. What's considered "vauge" and what's considered "specific", you might ask? Well, it depends on which field you're talking about. Requesting your character be male or female would be considered vague because there are pretty much only two choices; requesting your character be a specific-numbered age is also fairly vague, but toeing the line a bit; better to say "teenager" or "old age". Requesting that your character be a Drow of a particular mythos, however, would undoubtedly be a specific thing; to make it vague you could say "some type of elf", for instance. To prevent any kind of weird "I can make your character worse than you made mine" sort of feuds, I strongly encourage everyone to make a character for someone who didn't make their character, at least for the first character requested. Okay, with all that out of the way, the next post will be the (fairly detailed) character sheet and the list of characters/currently standing requests. After that, maybe a reserved post for plot stuff for later and we'll be ready to accept characters.