Oookay, so. In the universe I use, vampires are known to the world (recently, True Blood concept basis), and can use magic (roughly like V:tM, without that pesky specification of who can use what and how it works, ha-ha). My character basically helps hide evidence of vampires' magic use and related crap, because if humans knew about it, that would risk exposing other supernaturals who might not be ready (so, at this point, only vampires are 'out'--no weres or shifters, though that may happen in the scope of my using this character). This generally involves confiscating magical artifacts that mischievous vampires plant in human shops and killing monsters/other crap they make, but can involve other things. Basically, after doing more difficult missions, particularly on nights he hasn't had real blood, he finds himself mad with bloodlust. It wouldn't be within his best interest to regularly go on murderous rampages, you know, so he's beginning to think that maybe he needs to keep humans handy, to have a pre-mission pick-me-up (and/or a post-mission meal).
THIS IS NOT A TRADITIONAL SLAVE/MASTER SET UP.
Figured I'd get that out of the way. OK. Essentially, Maxwell lived most of his vampire existence playing human with his maker--that is, they used magic to pass effectively, and created many roles for themselves. Husband/wife, brother/sister, father/daughter, etc. (she was young when turned, he was older). They didn't need the 'vampire government' to support them, and Eva taught him that living among vampires was against their nature, that they weren't social predators, and that other vampires represented competition and risk of exposure, not camaraderie. So, having lived so long pretending to be human, compassion--or something like it--became natural to him. That is, while plenty of vampires keep blood dolls (for lack of a more convenient term) and don't think a thing of it, Maxwell's too used to trying to wear human shoes, even though it's been a couple years. So the idea of keeping someone around it, uhm. . .he's practical enough to realize he needs to do it as long as he keeps the job as it is (or, he feels he needs to), but he's sort of. . ."What the hell is it like in their position?"
Anyway, so that's the dynamic it would be--something that, in the actual power dynamic, may resemble master/slave play, but would have few, if any, elements of it otherwise. On a site like this, I feel as though I need to make that apparent.
As for what the actual story would move like. . .your character (any gender, as long as they're human and not some kind of hentai caricature. . .he's pansexual) would be posting in search of a roommate, on craigslist or equivalent (that's my image of it, if you have a better idea of how he'd learn of the search, I'm up for listening). Maxwell would contact them, giving pictures of his lovely house and offering a rent-free room there, but there's the catch. . .a few different character types could be fun here. Someone who finds the prospect of being fed from hot, someone who's unsure but really needs a free room, someone who's a little naive and fails to realize how erotic feeding is, etc.. He will expect these people to be sexually available to him, but he may or may not make that 100% apparent before they meet. He's not above certain types of coercion, but a blatant rapist, he is not--so, again, note that that won't be a part of it.
I want to start the scene at LEAST at your character hauling their stuff into his house--that's the latest point I'm willing to "insinuate the rest" at. I can start as early as writing the emails he sends, etc.. I'm open for multiple respondents to this ad, because IC, it might involve multiple people. . .note that he won't be constantly feeding on any one character, nor will he use these characters for his main source of blood (this may lead to an IC conflict of sorts, who knows!). That doesn't mean we won't be playing scenes like that--just know that your character's day to day life, so to speak, won't involve being bitten unto weakness, etc.. In fact, he'll probably seek out multiple people specifically so that doesn't happen. I'd also welcome people interested in playing multiple roles (friends, maybe siblings, stuff like that--though, if the siblings were the case, he'd be with the siblings separately, not together), but that's absolutely not required. In the event that I do find multiple people to play this with, I'm not entirely sure how I'll work it, but that's logistics for a later time, yeah?
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EDIT: Please note that I am looking for writers who 'fit in' with my usual, internal-dialogue-heavy writing style. I want partners who write from a perspective very close to their character's head, etc., rather than from the perspective of someone watching them, and things like that. . .get a look at my posting history to get an idea of what I mean, I suppose. This generally means 150+ words a post, and a heavy sense of familiarity with your character and their inner workings, that you make apparent in the writing style. This is not so much my idea of what is and isn't "good writing", but what I'm interested in reading and writing. . .I've found that RPs I do with people who write differently quickly get boring for one or both of them.