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Author Topic: Lord of the Rings: Light and Shadow (looking for F)  (Read 150 times)

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Offline Darthvegeta800Topic starter

Lord of the Rings: Light and Shadow (looking for F)
« on: February 09, 2014, 02:24:05 PM »
I was considering doing an rp in the setting of J.R.R Tolkien's Middle Earth.
Probably set between the Hobbit and the Lord of the Rings 'Trilogy'.

One side focusses on the main group of characters.
Amalur, a Gondorian noble and a Wood Elf, High Elf or other female heroine who by intent or necessity have to cooperate to achieve their quest.
Besides the many foes and obstacles that lie between them and their goal, they are also tracked by a duo of characters that are their mirror image.
A Dunlending Chieftain (think Viking or Gaellic noble with an intense hatred for the men of Rohan) and a Sorceress or other woman of talent.

The main focus are the adventures and the blooming 'romance' between the Gondorian and his comrade-at-arms.
The evil side of things should also have some interest possibilities. And it they themselves might have their own problems and obstacles as they chase their prey.

It's just a basic idea and I'm open to brainstorming or alterations.

Offline playfullchick76

Re: Lord of the Rings: Light and Shadow (looking for F)
« Reply #1 on: February 09, 2014, 04:08:51 PM »
Id be interested in playing this out with you, playing a wood elf on the quest. Perhaps Amalur is captured by our leader, and the only way he can continue is if my character goes with him, just an idea. I might not be happy at first, but find myself usefull.