If you know me, either through a game or discussion, I'm heavily invested in the idea of genderswap, where a person of a certain gender gets transformed into the opposite gender. That doesn't leave room for roleplays that does not contain genderswap.
Below are the following ideas that have manifested in my head:
1) Priestess of Paradise
This roleplay is about a paradise (for example, Shangri-la, Eden, Valhalla) where its denizens are almost immortal. It can easily be accessed by those who have died and have reserved a place in this paradise. To mortals, it is close to impossible to access it, but it can be done, though not without life-threatening risks. Characters of importance of a number of priestesses, tasked with duties tending to those who have crossed over from the mortal world to delivering prayers to the reigning deity itself. Though they have been mortals like the rest of the population, they have been sanctified and made pure through a ritual that even the normal denizens of the paradise have no privy to.
The conflict comes with a person, seeking to either discover the paradise or plunder it of its resources. Dwindling belief in the reigning deity may account for this. In any case, this conqueror has breached the access into the paradise and have begun to wreck havoc on the place. Directions on how the story may progress can vary.
More to come with this story...
You are a space farer (space pirate, smuggler, salvage operator). You have your own ship which has the means of scooping jettisoned or floating cargo into your cargo bay. One day, your crew spot a debris field made of large and small pieces of a derelict ship. Among the wreckage, you find a cryo-pod floating near ones that are either ripped open by decompression or from space debris. Your ship's scanners also detect signs of life inside the pod. Your crew pick up the pod and you get to the cargo bay to inspect it. Once you have the pod in possession, will you be able to open it by a press of a button or will it prove difficult, needing a code to open the lock. No matter how you get it to open, you find a very precious cargo inside, in the form of a human woman.
But the some questions remain:
- Is she totally human or is she something else entirely?
- If she is human, will you trust her right away or do you question her first. In other words, do you accept her as part of the crew or do you act paranoid, thinking she is a sleeper agent?
- Is she an android? A hybrid? A very human-like alien?
You've made it, however you've made it. You are no longer living in the suburbs like a middle-class nobody, but you are now in a nice neighborhood in a rather large house, one that you haven't fully utilized to its full potential. Heck, cumultatively, you haven't even lived in it for at least a week. You have so many business meetings to attend that you can't enjoy the fruits of your labor. On one business trip, an undesirable has exploited your lack of security systems and seeing that there is no occupant, assumes it's a vacation home and decides to live in it for a few days, as she
gets back on her feet. That means cooking the food in your refrigerator, making use of your bathroom facilities, though disappointed that there isn't a wardrobe for her. Finding your house to be quite comfortable, she gets too comfortable and you arrive earlier, making her stay short. She has no time to clean up the mess she's made and tries to book it from the house, only for you to catch her in the act.
Now that you've found the "squatter," question is, what will you do? Will you let her go and allow her to squat again? If so, then if she does repeat her offense and gets caught again (probably by your new security system), will you let her go?