I'm writing a book, and was wondering how it would do as a roleplay. So, here's the story. Many years ago, in the lands of Shadin, King Moroko and Queen Letila fought the evil Lord Caitressian. They were fighting over the Indarra. The Indarra gave power over all to whoever summoned it. To create it, you required several pieces. The Vase of the Elementines, the Ring of Nyrians, the Chain of Icelanders, 20 drops of djinn blood, and The Nine Stones. The King was fighting to keep the pieces hidden, for the Indarra drove the summoner mad with power. Not even he could control it. Caitressian wanted the Indarra for himself. After years and years of war, King Moroko gave his life to hide the stones. They disappeared from everyone's view. Moroko died that day, while the queen and her baby, Lylac, watched in horror. This is where Firia comes in. She is the main character. After her parents were taken from her by Caitressian, she came to live with her friend, Keleiana. Her father was a djinn while her mother was a nyrian, but they lived like nyrians, tillers of the land, and lovers of the green trees. After years of living with her friend, she discovered a letter sent to her by her by, supposedly, her young sister, Tiria, who had been born in the cells of Caitressian's dungeons. Now, she is on a journey to gather all of the nine stones before caitressian finds them. Characters: Good: Firia: She is a half djinn, half nyrian. (Played by me) Tiria: The 10-year-old sister of Firia. Firia's mother was pregnant with her when she was kidnapped. Keleiana: A friend of Firia. A nyrian. Maitha: An Icelander. They are called that because of the climate they live in and their pale skin. Hailia: An Elementine. They suck life force to survive. Luckily, most have stopped. Mars: The older brother of Hailia. He is in love with Firia. (Damien Nyr) Bad: Caitressian: The evil lord of darkness (Damien Nyr) Goshurn: Caitressian's number two. Killsla: Caitressian's number three. You can ask for whichever character you want. Just remember to use a character sheet. I'd recommend using basic.