Alright, so, let's see how I do here, shall we?
THE WORLD: Some approximation of real Earth! Except four to five years ago, vampires went all over TV and radio and told the world they were real. They want nothing more than to live in harmony among human beings. See, the Japanese invented synthetic blood that can sustain them, so humans need not fear their appetites. At this point, vampires remain uneasy members of the citizenry. It's illegal to hunt them down, it's illegal to steal their blood, but legal marriages and legal land inheritance remain uncertain, among other things. Many still believe they're monsters with no place among decent human beings. They claim all they want is them to go underground, but how true is that? Rumor has it that the Fellowship of the Sun is always amassing an arsenal full of silver and wood, and that they strap vampires to outdoor altars in large ceremonies. . .
(Look familiar? Congrats, you've either read the Sookie Stackhouse books or seen True Blood. We'll get along famously. New to you, but interesting? Great! I'll ramble at you if you need it. For fans of the series: I'm not looking for canons. The basis stops at the end of season 3, and is really only involved with national concerns. I also change some things around. So if you're looking for something faithful to the series then I'm probably not yer girl.)
THE TOWN: Crystal Springs, California. In the mountains near the Oregon border, it's a largely pleasant town that houses an art school of growing renown. The student community coexists, sometimes uncomfortably, with the old money fossilized in the ritzy parts of town. It seems damned near vampire free on the surface, except for. . .
THE CHARACTER: Maxwell Garrington! Art school hipsters might recognize that name as the singer of a band called The Sinkillers, all passion and hypnosis. Art school hipsters also recognized him, for a time, as that vampire who landed himself a teaching gig at the school, easing fledgling writers into their craft with unexpected prowess. That is, until that one vampire went nuts on TV, and those fossils decided that he was ripe for some copycat killing. Could a monster really be expected to control himself in a room full of their young, healthy children? Why, it was only a matter of time! Little do those hipsters know, Max has a third job. In effect, it helps Crystal Springs to keep looking quiet and peaceful. Why, he's only got that headsman's ax in his trunk so he can donate it to the charity auction! What are you saying about how sharp it looks? Who carries around fully-primed medieval murder tools? Never seen a vampire laugh so much in your life, though. . .
(Note: See this post
for a full profile. You can decide from there what side of him you want to engage with.)
THE STORY: That's where you come in! Word has it that Maxwell's pretty seductive. He'd also really like his teaching job back. Some people seem to think he pours his bottles of TruBlood right down the sink. Julie swears she watched him do it, once. But the bite's not so bad. He's got such a soothing voice. That garage next to his house wasn't there six months ago. Why's he suddenly need a garage? Who owns that black Impala that's shown up in the driveway a half dozen times by now? What's this his blog says about the injustice of his indefinite suspension?
OOC THINGS TO KEEP IN MIND: I write long posts. Really. Most of them are 1,250+ words. If that's too much for you, I'd probably bore you, sorry. I won't kick you out of bed for writing less, so to speak, but do come prepared, yeah?
This universe is kind of a True Blood/Supernatural crossover. If you watch and enjoy those series, that's probably interesting to know (or, hopefully it is). If you don't, disregard this line. I mean, you could watch them if you wanted, but don't strain yourself.
On that note, if you're into Supernatural and, specifically, into Dean Winchester, you're in luck! Max and Dean are often available as a pair deal, though not without consulting Dean's player. They're registered here too and up for interesting plots, most times. Just don't expect Dean to bone your character if she's a lady, this Dean doesn't swing that way. This need not come in quite so directly if you're not interested, though, so again, if it's not your bag, disregard.
Max is a pretty witty guy. Characters that can keep up are adored.
Sex scenes will be fun. There will be laughter involved. They should be having a good time and expressing that. Sex organs shouldn't dry up and wilt because somebody started giggling at where his dick decided to land.
While I do have a handful of more specific ideas than I've let on about here, realistically, most good RPs are the product of brainstorming. Y'know, mutual effort. So, hit me up!