I wouldn't mind some light D&D based roleplaying to pass the time. No dice at the moment, of course, just the general race/class sort of thing.
I posted this idea in my introduction, and I thought I might modify it and put it, and a couple of other things, here. These are just some examples. I'm open to a lot of D&D ideas.
The archmage of Talvari is sent to defend the ancient dwarven hall of Redstone, and despite the elven people's intense rivalry with the dwarves, the archmage swoons for the brusque Kolthbar Hellaxe, a veteran dwarven defender who loathes her even as he finds her unmistakably sexy. Kolthbar is rugged for a dwarf, standing just under five feet high but impressively muscled, with long black hair and a matching beard plaited and bound with silver. Kolthbar must reconcile his duty with his taboo racial attraction, just as he archmage must. I would play Kolthbar.
A half-orc barbarian named Sekoris is journeying to his ancestral orcish home of Gr'tsh. He saves someone, who becomes either honor-bound or feels emotionally obligated to help Sekoris in his journey. Sekoris, being gruff and irritable, is difficult to get along with, and his brutish nature makes the attraction between himself and the person he's saved very awkward. Sekoris' barbarian rages complicate things further--he can't trust himself not to hurt this person he's come to care for. He isn't a bad person, but his self-control is so low that he is a danger to many. He is tall, about 6'4", with thick brown hair and slender sharp lower tusks. His body is well muscled, and his black eyes carry the regret of a decade of not knowing where he comes from or who he is. I would play Sekoris.
Someone has stolen something of great value from the Silken King (or Queen). This item, a wondrous ring of power, is capable of granting three wishes to this person. But the Silken King (or Queen) is the guildmaster of an influential coven of thieves, so what happens when the person with the ring encounters the Silken King (or Queen)? This guildmaster is pale, with golden hair and a trim and lean form, appealing but icy in demeanor. How will the base thief escape retribution from the Silken Guild? Do they waste a wish? Or is there perhaps a benefit in staying near the beguiling guildmaster and wishing for....something else? Technically, any gender, race, and class could work here. Either person in this idea could be the thief or the guildmaster.