Hi to everyone and whoever reads this post...
I had started up a thread with another writer after some intense discussion of the ideas involved, but the other writer decided to opt out as we've realised we weren't quite so compatible. The game/story/roleplay idea is a very good one but I don't mind modifying it further.
The post for it is here;http://elliquiy.com/forums/index.php?topic=13087.0
I'd like to try it again, maybe after a rewrite and some changes. Originally, I was more interested in changing the setting to the late Victorian Age in England (circa 1890 or thereabouts) with a steampunk feel for the secret society's gadgets, even though the group used electricity as well. The other writer wanted to set it in a more modern period, so the idea was set in the 1950s, because that time was also very conservative and it would be fairly easy to do (as the other writer was less familiar with Victoriana). It could probably be done quite well in a Medieval Period in Europe as well (they had such long dresses then, and were also very conservative).
What I really want is a writing partner (or partners) who can write very well, with detail and descriptive posts, without wacky spelling, and can get into the setting and the vocabulary of it...or at least make a very good effort at this.
Ideally, there would be more to the story than just the molesting & use of my character as their sexual plaything. There could be a plot
. Perhaps some intrigue is going on (as secret societies out to rule the world probably have lots of internal intrigue). I don't want to play "Wham, bam, thank you mam" or see a focus that is narrowly set only
on pain & humiliation. I'd like to have a good chance for character development before my character's "initiation". Just a few posts would do fine for me for that, but the other writer(s) have to be willing to take their time about it.
I mean what if there was more going on?
This could be done as a 1-on-1 with the other writer playing a GM sort of role, and my character as victim.
It could also be done with possibly 2 to 4 writers, each with a main character (which only they will play and write for), and a willingness to write for any
NPCs or minor characters around.