I've always been a big Warhammer fan and have recently been reading the Malus Darkblade books and have fallen in love with elves once more. While the game will not be set inside the world of Warhammer it can be influenced by it if we choose to have so.
The war is fresh as is the blood on the soil. The elves who revolted and chose to worship the Dark Mistress have been out casted from the only land they have known and called home for thousands of years. Their worship and black arts have caused their skin to darken in hue, their iris' to brighten and their minds to be filled with hatred. They stalk the land during the night in small raiding parties, fueling their hatred and bringing war to the land they once called home. Fighting with their own kin, their bastard cousins, leaving the ones who were unfortunate enough to not die in battle to be tortured and sacrificed to the Dark Mistress. Yet within the forest two raiding parties have become infamous within their own respected blood. One of them a High Elf veteran warrior who has earned respect and praise in the most honorable way from their people. Now in command of their own battalion after the death of their superior, teacher and most respected friend they crave the death of an illusive Dark Elf raiding party who are only known by the trophies they wear and the blood of the fallen on their faces.
I would be playing the Dark Elf in this one. It will be a pretty dark game, most likely ending in non-con with a constant power struggle and forced submission. Not for the feint of heart.
War has raged on for far too long. Most elves don't remember why it started, they only know that it continues with no end in sight. Two young elves having reached the age of maturity are to be called for military training and the council's decision for their future. They have been best friends for their entire lives, often being mistaken for the closest of lovers as they wander the streets together during the evening sun. Having heard their is a settlement far to the north across the sea they have an idea. They meet at midnight six days before there scheduled military training and decide to escape from the city. Leave their families and live away from society, from war and the pain it brings. Once they do escape from the city however, how do they fare against raiding parties of their bastard cousins, from the primitive tribes that left long ago to live within the shadows of trees. With only a few coins to their name, they escape...yet will they survive?
More of a romantic game of two friends having to trust only within each other to survive.