While I do love writing in original worlds or scenarios, there are several fandoms / pre-established settings that I'm interested in as well. I tend to lean towards one person being a storyteller and the other focusing more on a participant, but that does not mean I require this style of play. I'm happy sharing the load between us if that's something you're more comfortable with. As I get more experienced with certain settings they may jump from the potentials
list to the itches
list, or maybe I have several sessions with an itch and it's no longer one I need scratched. Keep your eyes peeled for changes!Itches
Settings I'm incredibly interested in role playing in!
- Dungeons & Dragons / Pathfinder
- Star Wars
- World of Darkness
- The Elder Scrolls
Settings I have always enjoyed and would love to role play in again!
- Guild Wars
- Lord of the Rings
- Mass Effect
- Medieval / Renaissance
- Super Heroes
Settings I have little to no experience role playing in, but would be interested in doing with the right plot hook.
Not Going To Happen
- Avatar (TLA / LoK)
- Dragon Age
- Game of Thrones
- Harry Potter
- Legend of Zelda
- Star Trek
Settings that I just will not do, no exceptions.
These scenarios are meant to be loose concepts to help inspire ideas for role play. I'll rate them on a scale of ☆'s, with the more ☆'s there are being how interested I am in the scenario.Claimed
settings are ones currently being plotted out over PMs, taken
are ones with existing threads. If conversation / plotting stops after a week claimed scenarios will be opened back up again and you will lose your reservation.
The Long Road
Claimed by Katina Tarask
☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆Setting(s):
Star WarsIn just about any port you can hear tales of fame and fortune. Nine times out of ten they're all wild goose chases or hot air spouted by washed up pilots looking to impress anyone who will listen to them. This just might be the lucky break one starship captain is looking for, though. Rumor has it there's a map, a map with clues left behind by an old pirate from the days of the Old Republic. He hid his fortune away and it's just sitting there, ripe for the picking. A couple of drinks and a few winning hands of sabacc later and you just might be on the Long Road.Ideas:
Either one of our characters would be the starship pilot seeking out his or her fame and fortune, following a recently acquired treasure map leading them across the Galaxy after clues for their reward. The other might play a crew member, a rival competitor, or an unlikely passenger picked up along the way. The concept is loose and malleable and works best with a storyteller.
The Quick and the Dead Taken by Chronoclasm
☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆Setting(s):
Fantasy, Dungeons & Dragons / PathfinderThe source of the curse was unknown, but one would have to be blind to not notice the evil saturating the kingdom of Asgen. A dark shadow hangs over the once shining sister kingdom and it now threatens to spread and consume all life in an unholy conquest. There's no denying the threat of what failure would mean, but can a few adventurers defeat a legion of the undead?Ideas:
My character, an Inquisitor of her holy faith, has been sent by her order to deal with the curse of undeath in a neighboring kingdom. The true nature of the curse is revealed as the plot develops, but is open for discussing at the start of the story. Your character could also be a member of her faith, a mercenary from the road caught up in the mess, or perhaps a survivor of the undead threat plaguing their homeland.
Claimed by Kujo
☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆Setting(s):
Fantasy, Dungeons & Dragons / PathfinderNot all dragons lay on hoards of gold. Some sleep between silk sheets and give advice to bumbling kings, only asking for the princess' bed chamber be unlocked tonight as payment. While some make a living terrorizing the countryside, others tour it to see what it is the common folk do, what with their simple minded ways.Ideas:
A dragon disguised as a traveling adventurer, doing odd work just because she can. Her alignment may not be good, and her intentions far from pure, but at least she isn't devouring small villages. The concept is incredibly loose, I'm just really interested in playing a dragon in disguise."The sweet blood, oh, it sings to me."
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World of DarknessSex, drugs, and rock 'n' roll. You wanted to live that life, you wanted to party all the time and never have to worry about anything. Now you can, for a price. A blood price. On the bright side you'll never have to worry about your tan anymore, if you can get used to being an immortal child of the night, anyway.Ideas:
Welcome to the World of Darkness. This would be a story between a Fledgling and his or her Sire, exploring their new life as a vampire. I'm happy to take on either role, and to use any clan, but the original idea was based around Malkavians.Humanity's New Hope
☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆Setting(s):
Mass EffectCommander Shepard is dead. Humanity's poster child for its militaryóno, its entire race has been pronounced dead after an attack by a mysterious alien race most dismiss as myth. Despite many in mourning, the Alliance seeks a new face for its military to give people an example and someone to look up to in these difficult times.Ideas:
This would take place between the events of Mass Effect and Mass Effect 2, after the Normandy
is destroyed by the Collector's. Your character or mine would be Shepard 2.0, a rising military figure suitable for becoming the next human Spectre and give hope to the masses. Obviously this will be branching away from canon materials. There's a lot of pressure in becoming the new face of the Alliance, and a lot of examples to set and expectations to live up to! Military themes aplenty here, along with lots of space adventure.The Bigger They Are, The Harder They Fall For You
☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆Setting(s):
Guild Wars 2, Fantasy, Dungeons & Dragons / PathfinderThere's something to be said of those with big hearts. The warrior might see them as a threat, for their bodies are equally massive and could crush you with a swat of their hand. The magician might see themselves superior with their intellect, but a large body does not necessary mean a small mind. The poet knows better than the others, however. The bigger the heart, the stronger one loves.Ideas:
While I don't have a set idea on a world for this to take place in, as it could range from Guild Wars 2 to just general custom fantasy, I do know one thing. I want to play a giant woman. Think half-giant or Norn, someone who easily stands at seven feet tall with the muscles to match it. A wandering sellsword who has a heart of gold and a lust for gold as well. The character is one I'd be bringing back from a long time of not playing her, Saxa, a Norn (or half-giant) ranger who wanders the wilds doing odd jobs and looking for the next tavern to drink at, and the next beautiful woman to hit on.Tough As Scales
☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆Setting(s):
Fantasy, Dungeons & Dragons / PathfinderThere are stories surrounding their people. No one will ever truly understand them except for their own kind. Tall and covered in scales, the dragonborn are an intimidating species, with lungs that can breathe fire and a culture with a strict military caste system. If you find one on the road, pray they are not hungry, for like the dragons they are said to be descendants of, their temper is legendary.Ideas:
Similar to The Bigger They Are, The Harder They Fall For You
, I don't have an exact idea in mind here except for the character I'd be interested in playing. I played a Dragonborn Paladin during a tabletop game once, many years ago, and I absolutely loved her. She'd be a stern sort of woman, very military minded, but would pair exceptionally well as a bodyguard or escort for someone who might need a strong lizard woman's services. She isn't a savage creature, and is in fact quite noble, but stereotypes exist and said stereotypes would be fun to work with, no?