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Author Topic: St. Raphael's (a.k.a. Coitus Clinic) - Hospital Interest Check  (Read 10763 times)

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Offline AndyZ

Re: St. Raphael's (a.k.a. Coitus Clinic) - Hospital Interest Check
« Reply #50 on: November 29, 2011, 11:04:38 PM »
Hi everyone. So I presented an idea to Capone and he suggested to run to through other players in this game to see what their thoughts are.

So I was wondering to play a doctor. A doctor I had in mind was a Psychiatrist. Since there are many problems involving people's behavior towards physical intimacy.....loss of interest, frightened about sex, hypersexuality (that they think about sex 24/7), patients who wants to do crazy things or wants crazy things happened to them and all the nut cases. The lady psychiatrist can help be there for them, helping them.

She can help as in have sessions with patients and explore his problem. So by talking to them and of course doing some physical action as well if required as in trial and error to fix their problems. So basically a doctor who treats, helps and also research in patients cases. Little history about her, just cooking up at this minute....she can be a newly grad psych doctor and really smart one at that. When chief of medicine was recruiting people, she was approached and offered good salary which she couldn't resist. After discussing details, with some hesitation but she said YES. Currently, she loves working there, treating patients, and also likes the sex part of the job.

So this was my though and like to see if we can integrate such character in play and very much open to suggestions. Depending on people's thought about this....Capone will decide if he'd like this character or not. Looking forward to everyone's suggestions...

I've been really stuck on a character lately, but I will admit that I think this is awesome.  You should totally go for it.

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Re: St. Raphael's (a.k.a. Coitus Clinic) - Hospital Interest Check
« Reply #51 on: November 29, 2011, 11:07:27 PM »
Well, my issue with it is that he'd just told one player to change their profession as we have two doctors at present, but as Capone is the GM - it is his call.  :-)

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Re: St. Raphael's (a.k.a. Coitus Clinic) - Hospital Interest Check
« Reply #52 on: November 29, 2011, 11:08:39 PM »
I like the idea but as Haloriel just said, it's up to Capone as well.

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Re: St. Raphael's (a.k.a. Coitus Clinic) - Hospital Interest Check
« Reply #53 on: November 29, 2011, 11:12:32 PM »
Well, my issue with it is that he'd just told one player to change their profession as we have two doctors at present, but as Capone is the GM - it is his call.  :-)

Not to step your particular toes- but I think it is a good idea, even if Capone told another player to change their profession.  A Psychiatrist is far from a medical doctor.  It would add an interesting aspect to the game.

Not that my particular opinion is needed since I have not been accepted- though I'm trying to come up with a character *nods*
« Last Edit: November 29, 2011, 11:13:44 PM by Fenrir »

Offline Missy

Re: St. Raphael's (a.k.a. Coitus Clinic) - Hospital Interest Check
« Reply #54 on: November 29, 2011, 11:15:14 PM »
No issues with people playing off-gender characters?

I think I have just the nurse in mind . . . one question though, I got the impression the staff is supposed to be a bit more dominant, what about a submissive nurse?

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Re: St. Raphael's (a.k.a. Coitus Clinic) - Hospital Interest Check
« Reply #55 on: November 29, 2011, 11:25:32 PM »
Thank you AndyZ, Haloriel, Vergil, and Fenrir.

I am glad that you guys responded and thanks for your input. Yes it is up to Capone and he will be making the final call. But it's just that we wanted to see if people would like such a character in the game and it seems you guys like the idea I take it so we will see if anyone has any more input and will wait for Capone's verdict....Thanks once again.

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Re: St. Raphael's (a.k.a. Coitus Clinic) - Hospital Interest Check
« Reply #56 on: November 29, 2011, 11:28:28 PM »
Not to step your particular toes- but I think it is a good idea, even if Capone told another player to change their profession.  A Psychiatrist is far from a medical doctor.  It would add an interesting aspect to the game.

Not that my particular opinion is needed since I have not been accepted- though I'm trying to come up with a character *nods*

~laughs~  My toes are hardly of import, as I'm not a GM at all - thus they cannot be stepped on. :D  I was only answering because the players were asked, and I stated my opinion - though I made clear that I would follow what ever ruling Capone made.  With whatever is further made for submissions I wish all the players luck!  8-)
« Last Edit: November 29, 2011, 11:39:18 PM by Haloriel »

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Re: St. Raphael's (a.k.a. Coitus Clinic) - Hospital Interest Check
« Reply #57 on: November 29, 2011, 11:34:15 PM »
No issues with people playing off-gender characters?

I just want to make sure I'm clear on the lingo: does off-gender mean you are a male, but you play a female? Or is it more transexual? I'm pretty clueless to some of this stuff.

As for whtbitch4u2own's character (is there a common short name for that?), the only thing I'd change in her description is where she also ministers sexually to the patients. Officially, her character wouldn't. I suggested in PM that her character primarily be there to research the mental and emotional affects on the patients, and now that I think about it, if they're cooped up in this place they may need someone to talk to.

She would be free to sex people up, but it wouldn't be part of her job description. It would be something she'd do because, well, she'd want to do it.

My current thought is wondering how she got hired. The simple "approached and offered" doesn't seem right. If her profession was as a sex therapist and thus had done research in the effects of things like sex on the brain and psyche, that could possibly work.

Offline Missy

Re: St. Raphael's (a.k.a. Coitus Clinic) - Hospital Interest Check
« Reply #58 on: November 29, 2011, 11:53:39 PM »
Yeah Off-gender as in male player female character. I've little interest in transvestite or transsexual characters personally, at least for now.

May I make a nurse? Is it possible for her to have a more submissive personality?

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Re: St. Raphael's (a.k.a. Coitus Clinic) - Hospital Interest Check
« Reply #59 on: November 30, 2011, 12:06:50 AM »
I might have to make you hold out on that. We only have two patients, and before we get more medical staff I'd prefer to have more sick to be taken care of. I'd rather not have to leave the sick as NPC's.

But, to answer your question, yes, you can play as a female character, and females that want to play as males are also permitted to do so.

Offline aya

Re: St. Raphael's (a.k.a. Coitus Clinic) - Hospital Interest Check
« Reply #60 on: November 30, 2011, 01:52:44 AM »
Name: Melanie Sun

Age: 22

Gender: F

Sexual Orientation: Heterosexual.

Kinks: Exhibitionism, Multiple Partners, the feeling of warm/hot semen on skin.

Limits: Scat/vore/excessive pain.

Condition: A common symptom that most people are familiar with, Melanie had a tendency to lose her voice a lot. It was only a minor nuisance until a visit to St. Raphael's to collect information for a story she was putting together. After the visit, Melanie lost her voice; only this time, it hadn't come back even after two weeks. A frantic visit to the local hospital had the doctors pronounce her mute, ruining her dream job of being a reporter and forcing her to be a journalist.

That is, until Melanie began to have an active sex life with her boyfriend; it would begin slowly at first with quiet moans, but as the sexual activity increased, the more her voice would return. If the sex was really good, Melanie would even keep her voice for a day or two. Although finding a solution meant she still had hope for her dream job, the young journalist continued to seek a more permanent cure- at the same time writing health and science related articles for the local paper.

Profession: Journalist, Patient.

Personality: Curious beyond belief, Melanie can become completely fixated on something once it has her attention, often forgoing sleep in her excitement. When there is nothing to ignite the spark of curiosity within her, Melanie retains a more quiet, reserved, and professional demeanor.

History: Growing up, Melanie had always been the curious girl who got herself into trouble. Unlike most children, that insatiable infatuation with every new and interesting thing didn't subside, rather grew stronger and stronger. Although her parents wished for her to pursue a more traditional career, Melanie knew that reporting was her calling.

After graduating from a liberal arts degree from the local college, the young Asian quickly landed and internship at the local news studio, and hired in a full-time position not long after. When her illness mysteriously caused her voice to disappear permanently, her boss made the decision to swap Melanie to the more pen-oriented journalism department.

Determined to cure her illness and return to her passion, Melanie began to actively seek medical centers of all kinds, both reputable and newly created ones, whilst fulfilling her writing quota by writing reviews and health science articles. The young girl found herself drawn back to St. Raphael's- the last clinic she had visited before her illness took a turn for the worse.
« Last Edit: November 30, 2011, 04:15:25 PM by aya »

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Re: St. Raphael's (a.k.a. Coitus Clinic) - Hospital Interest Check
« Reply #61 on: November 30, 2011, 06:59:22 AM »
It looks good aya. I need to make sure, though, that this illness would have started within the past six or so months after a trip to St. Raphael's. Each of these conditions was given by the Chief of Medicine, remember, and thus needs to fall in that time frame.

I just need that little detail cleared up and you're approved. :)

Offline JackWhite

Re: St. Raphael's (a.k.a. Coitus Clinic) - Hospital Interest Check
« Reply #62 on: November 30, 2011, 11:16:02 AM »
It still doesn't fit with the theme. If he's writing a paper about sexual conditions such as what's going on in the clinic, then the problem is widespread enough that they wouldn't need to keep it such a secret, not to mention wouldn't need to rely on one kid's genes in order to artificially create conditions in other patients

He finished school but had made a thesis about those diseases it would make him like a specialist. I never said he was still doing his thesis.

But it doesn't matter anymore I guess.

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Re: St. Raphael's (a.k.a. Coitus Clinic) - Hospital Interest Check
« Reply #63 on: November 30, 2011, 11:29:54 AM »
He finished school but had made a thesis about those diseases it would make him like a specialist. I never said he was still doing his thesis.

But it doesn't matter anymore I guess.

I don't get how that changes the situation. The only sort of thesis he could really make would be on STD's, rather than the sort of conditions we're discussing here. The idea is the first patient was the first truly known case, and now they are artificially putting it into other people. Writing a paper on something that's not supposed to exist doesn't exactly make sense.

You can still make him a nurse or you can make another sort of character, though.

Offline The Golden Touch

Re: St. Raphael's (a.k.a. Coitus Clinic) - Hospital Interest Check
« Reply #64 on: November 30, 2011, 02:13:39 PM »
Firstly, I'm glad to have helped out. Also, to go along with that- my door is always open for other plot-bunny conversations.

Secondly, I have two characters in mind that I will post about when I get home tonight.

Offline aya

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« Reply #65 on: November 30, 2011, 02:25:01 PM »
Made the edits.

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Re: St. Raphael's (a.k.a. Coitus Clinic) - Hospital Interest Check
« Reply #66 on: November 30, 2011, 03:47:17 PM »
You're approved, aya. Welcome aboard. :)

Firstly, I'm glad to have helped out. Also, to go along with that- my door is always open for other plot-bunny conversations.

Secondly, I have two characters in mind that I will post about when I get home tonight.

For now I'd like to keep it as one character per player, if you don't mind. Otherwise, I look forward to seeing what you got in store. :)

Offline TreyWalker

Re: St. Raphael's (a.k.a. Coitus Clinic) - Hospital Interest Check
« Reply #67 on: November 30, 2011, 04:06:40 PM »
Melanie Sun looks like the perfect nurse for Jay Roberts.

Offline aya

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« Reply #68 on: November 30, 2011, 04:10:08 PM »
Except she's a patient :P

Offline The Golden Touch

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« Reply #69 on: November 30, 2011, 07:52:51 PM »
That was actually, I have to ideas for characters. Based on the needs of the game I will go with whichever better fits the story at the time where I finish them.

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Re: St. Raphael's (a.k.a. Coitus Clinic) - Hospital Interest Check
« Reply #70 on: November 30, 2011, 08:45:59 PM »
Ah, gotcha.

I may have to institute a rule that you and aya can't post one after the other. That's just...there's too much hypnotic avatar-ness there.

Offline The Golden Touch

Re: St. Raphael's (a.k.a. Coitus Clinic) - Hospital Interest Check
« Reply #71 on: November 30, 2011, 10:06:38 PM »
-laughs-

I think I will be breaking that rule quite often. Need to switch the images soon for December.

Offline AndyZ

Re: St. Raphael's (a.k.a. Coitus Clinic) - Hospital Interest Check
« Reply #72 on: December 01, 2011, 12:48:48 AM »
Don't suppose I could get the original picture for that before you swap?

Offline AndyZ

Re: St. Raphael's (a.k.a. Coitus Clinic) - Hospital Interest Check
« Reply #73 on: December 01, 2011, 01:47:27 AM »
I'll take over Patient One, seeing as he's still open.
Name: Jacob Varinsky
Age: 23
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Kinks/Limits: http://elliquiy.com/forums/index.php?topic=102977.0
Condition: Paralysis after extended periods without orgasm
Profession: Student
Personality: Frustrated at his condition and hoping for a cure
History: Jacob spent most of his life entirely normal, originally hoping for a career in baseball but often fascinated by the various types of knowledge to explore.  He always saw the world as a bright jewel to be discovered and examined piece by piece.

All that fell apart after his first time with a girl.  Although the experience was magic, it took only a few hours before his muscles began to freeze up, clenching painfully and leaving him paralyzed in place.  He had to be taken to St. Raphael's, who ran various experiments before realizing that the cause was the rush of oxytocin to his brain.

Regular orgasms give him some degree of freedom, and he's learned with practice to work his right hand to allow him computer access.  For a time, he was able to leave the hospital with this knowledge, using regular masturbation to keep himself satiated, until he reached the point where he was no longer able to get himself off.  He has since returned to the hospital, taking his classes online, and attempting to use vigorous exercise in order to build back up his body from the atrophy.

Offline TreyWalker

Re: St. Raphael's (a.k.a. Coitus Clinic) - Hospital Interest Check
« Reply #74 on: December 01, 2011, 05:19:34 AM »
Except she's a patient :P

That's life for ya.  ::)