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Author Topic: The Young Maiden's Virtue (Writer Gender does not matter!)  (Read 909 times)

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Offline Tokyorose627Topic starter

The Young Maiden's Virtue (Writer Gender does not matter!)
« on: July 28, 2017, 01:19:09 am »

The kingdom is in celebration, for their only heir to the throne, the young Princess, has just turned 18, the age for her to begin receiving letters of marriage and ascend to the Throne after her Father. In a joyous uproar, the entire Kingdom erupts in parties and celebration across the land, most notably on the eve of the Princess's birthday to honor her and the prosperity that the Kingdom has been so fortunate to receive.

However, word travels to the ears of a renowned and ever elusive thief, known as Aine, who hears of the young Princess's inheritance for her birthday; the crowned Kingdom's most prized possession, a jeweled necklace, worth millions in gold coin. When opportunity strikes, the thief is on the prowl to obtain the necklace, to increase the males reputation, to be regarded as the greatest thief in all of history!

The night of the Princess's Honor Ball arrives, and the thief easily sneaks in, mixing in along with the guests, posing as another attendee who has come to congratulate the Princess. However, his plans to steal the necklace become more daring when he finds that the necklace isn't guarded in room by the Kings Guard, but held within the possession of the Princess herself, around her neck no less.

His plan has changed, and having to re-assess the situation, the most likely of options comes to mind.

His only option, as of now; get the Princess and himself alone so that he can steal he necklace and escape without any one the wiser.

Though, what's not to say that the young thief can't have a bit of fun before he takes of with the necklace? After all, he is in he company of royalty after all...



(The Princess)





So for this solo, I would be playing the Princess, while whoever decides to join, would play the Thief! Things such as longevity of the Solo, as well as O/Os can be discussed as well for a smooth and enjoyable RP game experience! :D

If you have any questions, please PM me!
« Last Edit: May 09, 2018, 02:44:01 am by Tokyorose627 »

Offline Tokyorose627Topic starter

Re: The Young Maiden's Virtue (Writer Gender does not matter!)
« Reply #1 on: July 29, 2017, 07:44:10 pm »
Still looking for writers if any would like! :D