So, I just recently re-involved myself with the community after a hiatus (start of college, woot!). Figured I'd ask for some game ideas, try to get back into the swing of things. The stuff I'm looking for basically falls into two categories: the disgusting, perverse, sweaty kind, and the clean, drama-driven kind.
I Could Never Tell You [VAN]: A young man returns home for his ten year high school reunion, only to find out that the bully that made his life a living hell has fallen into abject poverty and misery, resulting in the loss of his home and rejection of his family. In some moment of either extreme pity or idiocy he extends a helping hand to the bully, offering him a place to stay while he puts his life back together. But is there more to the past between the two of them than our young man knows?
Would probably end up becoming sexual at some point, but definitely a lengthy progression.
Hero Worship[VAN (Possible NC/BON)]: An ordinary young man lives in a world of superheroes and supervillians, where spandex and explosions are generally regarded as ordinary, and the exploits of the various supers are chronicled on the morning and evening news, just like sports. Our young man happens to be deeply infatuated with the whole spectrum of it, one man in particular: a powerful superhero/villian, whose secret identity remains . . . well, secret. (A hard thing to do, in modern times.) One day, the young man makes a friend, a new kid at school. After being invited to said friend's house one day, after school, the young man discovers that his new friend's father might not be the most . . .'normal' of parental units.
I'm pretty freeform with this one. Romantic triangles can happen, or it can be a relationship exclusive between the normal/villian, or the normal/son. The "friend" character could even be a daughter. (Though with that route, any romantic feelings will probably remain unrequited.) Kind of would like to see the father be a villian, as it would make things more interesting, but hero is do-able.
Hatred Doesn't Begin to Cover It [UN]: When Todd was young, his parents abused him. When he was older, he ran away, and never came back. When he was a man, he lived with the scars of his treatment every day of his life, moving from failed relationship to failed relationship, from broken career to broken career. Now, at age 28, he receives notice that his parents have passed away, and he's needed back in his home town. So homeward he goes, accompanied by his current boyfriend, a warm, protective police officer who might have his own share of demons to cope with. When they arrive, it's to find the town draped with fog, strange creatures shuffling through the darkness. Welcome to Silent Hill.
Mythical Creature Preservation Center [NC-E/EX]: It seems that Dumas drew the short end of the stick, when it came to life-paths. Kidnapped off the street, taken into some uncharted hellhole and experimented on, his insides re-arranged in order to make him . . . fertile. God knows why they didn't just pick up some girl, they sure as hell aren't telling. Now, with his re-arranged insides, he's given a briefing on what his lot in life is, now: he's currently stationed at the NAMCPC (North American Mythical Creature Preservation Center). His role will be "host", meaning that his job will be to "accommodate" the various beasts, carrying their young, birth them, then move onto the next one, cycling through the various species until his body either breaks, or he's birthed 250+ offspring. Great. Just great. Couple in the fact that his charges run the spectrum from Orcs, Ogres, and Beastmen to Dragons, Golems, and Minotaurs, and it looks like he's got his work cut out for him.
"Is This What a Human Female Looks Like?"[NC-E/EX] : After humanity finally made the jump into space, and established connections with other life forms, it would then come to wonder if such an action was the wisest thing to do. As it turns out, it wasn't. It left them open to be preyed upon by all manner of vicious creature, their slimy, putrid bodies far stronger, their technology far advanced. And, upon seeing the pink, soft forms of these new creatures, knew that they had struck gold. Now, any space-faring human runs the risk of being ambushed, and dragged off to some space brothel far out in the inky black, to be used by all manner of monster. When Otto, a young colonist, is intercepted whilst traveling between Athens, the Mars Colony, and Earth, he thinks he has little to worry about, being male. He is quickly proven wrong, as any soft, pink frame with orifices will suffice for these depraved space creatures.
Don't Worry, Pet [NC-E}: For an Orc, there is no mark of power than having one's own, personal human pet. But lately, what with the electric fences being thrown up all over the continent, sequestering the human lands from the Orcish lands, poaching is becoming harder and harder, leaving the number of Orcs with human pets even lower than before. But what's this? A human that's strayed past the fence, for one reason or another? This is an opportunity that any reasonable Orc (or Orcs) wouldn't dare to pass up.
Soo . . .yeah. I think you can tell which are which. If any of these interest you, shoot me a message, or reply here. And feel free (actually please, please do) check out my Ons & Offs, to find out what I like.