What if I come up with an awesome backstory for this relic chainsaw and why it's still around?
Only if that back story includes how you're going to power said chainsaw in this day and age, since gasoline and electricity no longer exist. PM it to me and we'll talk.
Humans do go after other races. It's called adventuring, and it generally involves killing them and taking their stuff.
I was thinking that Gretcha was probably the best fit here - especially as the premise is based around the prejudice towards half-breeds!
I think I'll stay clear of the other discussion except to say that the idea of a human raping an orc is I suppose possible but the orc would have to be the sole survivor of a war-band, being raped by lots of humans...
I am quite happy to discuss possible options for Gretcha's parentage. One of her parents is an orc, the other is human. Which is which, I don't really mind. Equally, one of the parents can be captive slave to the other, or can be a willing slave to the other, or they can actually be quite happy living together as a couple, and alternate who ties the other up in bed!
@Mantis: Alright, look. My question about human male attacking an Orc female was not a reference to regular attacks, I meant specifically sexual attacks. It also was not a serious question! Thank you for your input, but let's focus on getting characters here. The main issue here is what character Chrystal wants to play, and said character's parentage will only affect that character, not the story as a whole.
@Chrystal: It's your character, and you're right, with mixed-breeds being a central factor of the story, the half-orc would be a good candidate for a member of the rebellion. Remember, I'm going to work with all of you on case-by-case when you get your characters going.
Speaking of which!
I'll add this to the first post as well, but when you are ready, send me a PM with your character sheet, a character image no larger than 250x250, and the title 'Bloodstains and Ballgowns'. Make sure to specify whether your character belongs to the rebellion, if they are a member of or loyal to the government, or if they are neutral