So here's a game I've wanted to run for going on four years now. The first two attempts failed on other online communities, but third time's the charm, right?
I'll use broad brushstrokes at first so we can figure out who would be interested.
Setting: Modern United States, initially, with a broadening scope of locations as the game progresses.
Theme: Lovecraftian Horror
Number of Players: 3-6
Synopsis: The characters, whom I would like to easily involve in unfolding mysteries with a definate supernatural angle, discover evidence of a conspiracy of alien entities whose activities threaten the survival of the human race, and must stop the sinister plans of their adversaries before It Is Too Late (tm).
Now we can discuss more detail. I've never run a tabletop game before, though I am familiar with the concept, so I might use some gamer terminology here and there to discuss things, even though the role I see is more of a collaborative bit of fiction-writing between myself and the people in the game.
I'd like to be able to direct the plot enough to involve the players in the rough outline of what I have worked out, which is a number of mysteries to solve, places to go, objects to recover, and threats against themselves to thwart. Since I don't want the burden of a system, any combat involved in the narrative will be minimal, but there are certainly instances in which your characters may be in mortal danger. I'd like to have players that will trust me enough to let me still maintain control in such situations, knowing that I will not arbitrarily kill or maim another person's character.
A character in the right mold for this kind of guidance would be ideally an "investigator," to use the lingo from the Call of Cthulhu game system. Preferably, the characters will begin the game knowing each other, with a reason to be traveling together.
The level of eroticism in the game is something I will tailor to the needs and expectations of my players. Any player on player encounters are fine, but in the original outline of the story (which actually comes from an unwritten novel I have kicking around in my head), those elements are largely absent. But this being Elliquiy, I'm certain there's at least one lass out there intrigued by the possibilities of shapeless, betentacled horrors.
This should be enough to test the waters for now. Let me know if you're interested, either here or in PMs.