"I'll get it!". Jo flung herself towards the door, fumbling with the latch before flinging it open... This roleplay will be set at the 16th birthday party for my character, Jo. The story will start when Jo opens the door to greet her first guest, who will be the first person to post a character sheet. Jo's party is going to be off the hook, and her parents aren't going to be home until the next day, which means they have all night. Jo has been preparing for this party, and has stocked up on booze and an assortment of drugs. Feel free to let your characters bring something they've stocked up. This has been put in mature for a reason- there is going to be a bunch of teens getting high at a friends house, there is definitely going to be some hot stuff going on. There are some rules I would firstly like to make clear... 1. Grammar I cannot stress enough that proper spelling and punctuation be used. If I find a sentence that includes noticeable amounts of illiteracy, you will be asked to edit it. Also, I request that your posts be at least three sentences. It's not that hard. Strictly no one liners. I also want all posts to be written in third person. No 'I' unless the people are speaking, unless the are like Elmo and refer to themself in third person. 2. Sex, kissing and other flirty behaviour I completely encourage this behaviour during the roleplay, but keep in mind that this is a group of friends. They are not going to hit on each other unless they are drunk or high. I understand that there will be at least one character that will not get drunk or high, and that is fine, but they under no circumstances can they hit on any of their friends! If you do end up in the bedroom with another character, do as you wish, because this has been put into mature, but keep it short, you can't be away from the party the whole time. And have good grammar and sentence structure during these scenes, as illiteracy is more common in mature scenes. Also, keep to heterosexuality please. Do you think party animal Jo is the kind of person to have lots of gay friends? Nope! 3. Why is your character there? There has to be some reason for your character being at the party. You can't be a character that isn't friends with Jo and rocks up to the party for kicks. If you are one of Jo's friends, you must include where you met her, how you two know each other. Are you in the same grade? Did you meet at an event? You must include that. When I post my character sheet for Jo, read through to find out what kind of places she would be to meet you. What's also possible is a girl of boy who Jo's mother has invited, and wants them to become friends. This kind of character can be the kind who sits in the corner while everyone else get drunk as fuck, or the person who gets drunk as fuck. And remember, Jo is turning 16, so all her friends have to be around that age. You must be 14-18 years old. 4. Bring a gift You can't rock up to a good friend's party without a present! Knowing Jo, there is no chance you'll be giving her a book. Jo expects things like lingerie! Money! Makeup! Good clothes! You could bring drugs to the party as a gift! If you were a person that didn't know Jo very well, you are likely to bring a gift she doesn't like. Please don't bring anything extravagant, like a puppy or an expensive Persian rug. 5. Know the other characters Please at least skim through the other character sheets please! To get a good range of characters, people need to know what other characters are like so they can do something different! Please make you character sheet easy to read too, the best way to do this is to separate your paragraphs (sentence structure!). This way, we don't end up with a common theme in our characters, and we get a gender balance. For your appearance, please provide a picture. It can be a link, or a picture of any size put onto the list. Please also add a small description and add any details that are not visible in your picture. The picture must be real, no anime! 6. Be respectful NO GOD-MODDING. I cannot stress this enough! And although this party is going to get out of hand, I don't mean weapons and turning on each other with knives. There may be some drama and niggling, maybe a small punch up or cat fight, but no serious injury! Also, be respectful when flirting. If somebody's character isn't interested in your character, and they're busy doing something with some other character, leave them alone! Another thing, Jo is a single child, there are only two bedrooms in the house. I don't care if someone is screwing in the garage or kitchen, as long as we don't have three couples heading off to a bedroom each. Now that we have that sorted, here is the character skeleton! Yay! Name: Gender: Age: Appearance: How they know Jo: Personality: Likes: Dislikes: If you have gotten this far, here is a muffin (om nom). Thankyou for showing interest, I thought I would just try this idea to see how it works out.