I am ready to simulate that for you.
You'll be playing two levels of game, 1 = the player of the 2nd, 2 = the DnD3e game.
If you want to participate, simply post a reply containing:
A) 8 'rolls' (use an online roller if you wish) of 4d6, ignore the die with the lowest number then total for each 'roll';
B) Choose whether you want to play a Fighter, a Scout (Rogue), or a Sorceror (later on, we can play other DnD3E games with more options, but I'm limiting things at this point to keep it easy to understand and play;
C) Choose a gender;
D) Choose a race: Human, no adjustments and +1 feat at level 1; Elf; Dwarf; Halfling; Gnome; Half-Orc; Half-Celestial (Human, Elf, Dwarf, Halfling, or Gnome), or Half-Fiend (Human, Elf, Dwarf, Halfling, or Gnome);
E) Your character has 6 ability scores which go a long way toward defining him/ her/ it - - -
Strength, Dexterity, Constitution, Intelligence, Wisdom, and Charisma. If anyone needs further definition of these in game terms, I will be glad to post such. Each ability score affects other things your character can do, like make a "Save", or use a "Skill", etc. Decide where the six highest of your eight 'rolls' go. IE, put one in Strength, one in Dexterity, etc. Show this by listing:
"Character Name", "(Fighter/Scout/Rogue)", "Gender", "Race", "Player Name",
"Strength":"(the number you put into strength)"
"Dexterity": "(the number you put into dexterity)"
F) You will each be starting the game as one or another 'teenager' (human equivalent = '16'), living in a village together at 0 level, with 4 Hit Points - - - at game start the village will be invaded, and of all the villagers, only the player-characters will survive. We may get more players after we start, so keep in mind that I may post something like: "World-edit - you remember 'so-and-so' living in your village when you were growing up, you haven't seen him since the village was invaded, but now..." If so, you'll have to adjust your character's memories, and act as if you have known that character, etc.
G) You'll have questions, want to talk to each other, etc - - - Preface all such posts with "Player-Name", OOC (meaning Out-Of-Character), otherwise I assume your character is saying it (if the post is in quotes) or doing it. Please try to use good punctuation and spelling.