Welcome to the fictional world of Trinity Basin.
This idea is heavily inspired by the Television show; scrubs. I want this to be a sexier version of that theme with absolute roleplay freedom. I have this idea of character rotation that will keep every possible new playerís involvement easy to deal with, and flawless in execution. More on that later, for now, some meaty exposition.
Blossom Countyís first hospital had been originally named ďHoly Trinity, surgery and medicine.Ē Once in operation for 80 years, itís recognition for having one of the best reputations in the state of California earned it a new name that was more representative of the area that it serviced. The Trinity Basin is a geographical formation. Cossula, Temoha, Tracer, Yula, Plateu and Gwenn County all reside in something akin to the garden of Eden. Based in the City of Araville near the center of the basin, the care at Trinity Basin was uncomparable to any other facility. Citizenís from all over are willing to travel for proper medicine and helpful guidance. From Rosetown, and Chello, stretching north to Reading, Gold Bluff, Patterson, the bustling county seat; Saldamento, The twin cities of Carysville, and Yula City; The poor and wealthy alike are welcomed to the enormous halls. This large population happens to be stuffed together along packed highways and beautiful stretching hills; just south of the mountains, and north-east of the Sonolla wine country.Trinity Basin Hospital is the creme de la creme for young doctors and veterans alike. To be a resident intern is the dream of all medical grad-students west of Texas.
This fictional world is built for one major purpose, to play out the private, and professional lives of young attractive doctors and nurses. I want the energy from that first season of scrubs, however I insist on creative freedom. I donít want to force everyone that is interested to play a new intern doctor/surgeon. I donít want there to be a designated doctor that makes life a living hell on one particlar hard-worker. And, in all likely hood, I do not expect there to be a janitor. If some one is hellbent on playing the chief of medicine, or even a hypochondriac that ends up spending more time at the hospital than they do at home or at work. Iíll encourage it. However, the most important thing about this creative freedom is to inspire collaboration.
Iím looking for a few people to get things started, but this is just a gauge of interest. I want to make sure that chemistry is moving correctly before we push forward. Iím not looking for a big game, something more manageable and intimate would be nice.
This would also be the first time that I ever hosted a roleplay like this. So Iím excited and nervous. With all of the good stuff up front, now.
The Fine Print
-Admittadly influenced by House as well, So Iím VERY willing to bend the rules of logic and physics for the sake of entertainment and plot-work.
-good posts. I am being elitist, and I AM sorry about it. I know that some people are going to want to enjoy this world that I donít want to be involved with. I hope you respect my preference to write with some one that makes me feel like Iím reading a book. I like lengthy posts, with detail and story development. Iím looking for a good group of writerís as much as Iím looking for a sexy encounter with a doctor in the basement of a high-quality hospital.
-relatively frequent attention. I am asking for a little bit of time from everyone. This isnít even a fair-trade thing. Iím not trying to make guilt-ridden enough to pay attention to every little word I write; or anything like that. I just ask for something that comes naturally to me; obsessive commitment. Joking! Just, passing commitment in-between our boring daily-escapades.
-a small group. I believe I mentioned it somewhere in the text above, but, Iím looking for four to six members of the group at first in order to keep everyone close, and keep everything from getting jumbled.
-We will be using real people as avatars, which will also mean that we will be using tags and at least five message boards to keep everything in order. Iíve learned everything I know from Orange Marmalade, heís managed to run a group game of over 20 people. He didnít train me, but I learned from him, and I have a very detailed idea of how the game will be formatted. The major rule to this format, real people, real photos, uniformed amazingness
-thereís probably more but I think Iím done for now.
The Magical Idea that I'm excited about
Let's start with a hypothetical to make things easy. These imaginary players control these imaginary Characters. The RP will revolve around these characters as they grow and change, and screw and fight with each other.
Danthegangstar - Nina Carpenter (star resident)
Phyllusdenver - Allison Good (struggling surgeon)
Graddiver33- Jordan Willis (head MD)
Perrycocker- Angela Wight (chief of medicine)
Greyghost9- Peter Curtis (hospital lawyer)
As these characters live their lives and communicate. The hospital that they work in will not be filled with random faces. See, I'm obsessive, and I'm excited about this idea. There will be almost 20 NPC's that I'll control in addition to the major character that I eventually create. Trust me, I can totally handle this. Every nurse and receptionist will have an actor/actress to match. This goes for NPC doctors, NPC surgeons, NPC attendants, interns, residents, and so on. For now, we'll just imagine them with names so that I don't make a longer list that doesn't matter. We'll say that there are 23 of them.
See, I'd like to see this game grow slowly and surely, and as new players work their way in, they can easily replace NPC's that don't matter, and step in just like a real work-place. I'm incredibly sure that this will work. I'm excited to see what all of the interested people come up with. I think it'll be fun!
Character Shett Template:
Yuhp, the template for your future character here at Trinity Basin is in the code below, go ahead, copy, paste, hunt for hours for the perfect picture, and shoot me a pm with the CS filled out. I'll read it. You get the idea. I don't write in second person very often. My apologies. The code!
[floatright][img]the picture for your character's url here[/img][/floatright]
[b]Age & Date of Birth[/b]: (don't include year)
[b]Place of Birth[/b]:
[b]Blood type[/b]: (I went there, it's a hospital, these people would know)
[b]Height/Weight[/b]: (in metric or pounds or whatever)
[b]Hair color/Eye color[/b]: (if different from picture or not)
[b]Physical Description[/b]: (feel free to describe your character in any way. Mostly use this space to differentiate your character from the photo that you are using for your character. i.e.- if you are using Taylor Swift for a face, but your character has a huge neck tattoo and a peg leg. This would be a great place to mention that physical distinction.)
[b]Personality Profile[/b]: (This could be one word if you want it to be, I do not encourage that, or this could be a thirteen page indulgence into the human psyche as it relates to your character's ego. besides the obvious though, feel free to elaborate about how this character might behave in the workplace. Try to avoid historical events of their past, that's for another place)
[b]Professional History[/b]: (your character's previous jobs and h/er education)
[b]Background Check[/b]: (other notable things about your characters past that have little or nothing to do with the career that s/he is pursuing at the hospital.)
[b]Medical History[/b]: (If relevant, has your character recieved any medical treatment in the past that wasn't mentioned before?)
[b]Sexual Orientation & History[/b]: (feel free to be vague here, sometimes mystery can be more sexy)
[b]Hobbies & Passions[/b]: (A career is one thing, sex, yadda yadda, what else does your character have going on?)
[b]Vices & Bad Habits[/b]: