Count me in for this too, if we get enough interest. I'll put the character blurb up, just in case.Name:
Friendly, outgoing, caring and with a genuine desire to be helpful to anyone who needs it.Limits:
Gore and vore, bathroom play and character death. Also I'd prefer she not have anything done to her that would cause any permanent damage, like branding and other things similar.Kinks:
Rachel's experiences are fairly limited, of the common vanilla type, nothing wild or crazy, so she'll be open to trying new things, especially when she's being controlled by someone else. I know this isn't real specific, but my own experience is nonexistent, so apologies if I'm being too general. Basically, ask if you want to try something unusual first, and we can talk about it, otherwise I'd say Rachel would most likely be willing to at least try most things.Bio:
Rachel grew up in a town that was fairly close to the one where the original family house was, so she heard plenty of sotires growing up about the place, and the rumors about what went on there. She had a happy childhood, her parents still being married. She got fairly good grades throughout school, but wasn't sure what she wanted to do after graduation, so has spent the past couple of years working at one of the local restaurants at home, genuinely liking people and liking the interaction with them. When she heard about the new hotel opening, she decided to apply to work there, thinking that it would give her an opportunity to find out about the place she'd always had an interest in growing up, and learning more about what might have happened there. She was surprised when she got accepted, and was a fast learner, not minding when she got offered work as one of the maids, looking forward to doing something different than working in a restaurant, while still being able to interact with others and get a chance to know new people.Appearance: Rachel Murphy
How much are you able to post?: I've posted anywhere from a few lines, to several paragraphs. I never only post one line, but try to post as much as I think is needed, without becoming overly long in posting just to drag out the post. On average, I'd say two or three paragraphs, but I can go a lot longer when I have plenty to work with, and when my mind cooperates.