At this point, since we have almost an entirely different cast, I think it would be best to try and start over. I know Temptation Studios didn't get very far in, but there are too many people gathered around the front lobby at this point, a bunch of people talking to Melissa, and it also sounds like Lesley is quite busy with life. She might need a Co-GM, if she's willing to have one and anyone else is up to the task.
I'm submitting a secondary character. Work doesn't have me quite as busy as I thought, and just about every game I'm in right now is slow-going. However, since there are plenty of stars already (and it seems more women wanting to join, so I may as well subtract a male star), I'm going to throw in my original character idea that I had when I first saw the game.Character's Real Name:
190 lbs.Hair Color:
Nothing special to look at. Short cut brown hair typically covered by a baseball cap, moderately muscular build with some tone, a little hairy but kept decently trimmed, constantly sporting a 5 o'clock shadow with dark circles under his eyes.Sexuality:
Jimmy was always a master of story-telling, character development and deeper meanings within his tales. Or at least, that's what he constantly told himself. Senior year of high school he was able to write the performance for his school's play rather than just using a well-known musical, and the response was so powerful that they chose to do the play a second weekend. This fueled Jimmy's ego, but he wasn't satisfied with the limitations of the stage. He needed to move to the screen.
So he packed up, took flight to L.A., got a shitty apartment and a shitty job. He passed scripts out to everyone he possibly could, but got little in the way of calls back. After working a shit job for seven years in L.A. he had almost given up, but a television network called him up. They wanted him to write...for a soap opera. And not even a major one, either. Just some crappy lesser known one. He accepted, but he couldn't stand the co-writers or the actors and actresses. It was a terrible job, and he had considered going home and giving up being a writer.
Then he got a call from Abigail. She saw an episode of his, heard the dialogue, and watched as two lovers prepared to make love in the bell tower of a cathedral, only for it to fade to black. She had scanned other episodes he had done, noting his tendency to throw characters into the throes of passion in rather unconventional locations. She organized a dinner meeting, which is where he was offered a new job.
At first, Jimmy refused. Going from a soap opera to porno? Wasn't that a step down? But after a lot of convincing from Abigail, that Temptation Studios is different, classier, and desire a greater sense of creativity, as well as a much higher pay check than the soap opera, he finally agreed.
He has only been on staff for a few months, and while he wasn't the original writer of the current Wild West film they're working on, he's been making the adjustments to the scripts. He's been working on his first original work, and is torn between actually loving the chance to work with so many plots and the crush to his dignity that comes when you first start working in porn. Will it go away? Will he simply leave the studio? And will he learn to manipulate the desires of certain actresses to have more screen time by having them pay him "favors"?