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LF interaction: The DC Special
« on: December 11, 2018, 07:35:29 pm »
Details about my preferences, canon DC characters I play, and writing samples I've provided can be read here.

Below are a few simple prompts to begin building interactions. I have a mixture of DC-centric prompts and OC prompts. I don't care about writer gender, and I am willing to pick a male or female character accordingly. (In that regard, the only truly inflexible prompt is #1. I'd prefer to keep Riddler male.)

(SFW/NSFW) Indicates a prompt can be modified into a smut premise, but it inherently has a neutral plot.

As for partner character choice, I prefer canon/canon or OC/OC. Aka, for comics prompts, I'd like a canon comic character partner. For OC prompts, I'd like to keep it between two OCs. Exceptions can be negotiated.

With that said, PM for questions or plotting.


Riddler's Challenge (SFW/NSFW): Your character participates in a life or death puzzle challenge. Questions will be a mix of logic and riddles. Play centers on surviving the game or navigating away from it. (To cite examples of how trials vary: A character may be forced to confess something intimate on consequence they're gradually dangled closer to a lava pit. Or, they have a house to navigate with different challenges at every set of doors.)

Artifactual (SFW/NSFW): A cursed artifact is excavated and begins to have unintended effects. Play can begin before or after a finding. Before centers on the conflict of preventing a theft. After involves dealing with the effects the artifact has on your character. Possible effects can include: brainwashing, transmutation, sudden bad or good luck, the reveal of a new map/treasure, or another discussed causality.

Standard business (SFW/NSFW): The usual hero versus villain conflict. The point of contention will usually be a theft, but alternative causes can be worked through.


Gadgetry (SFW/NSFW):
A lonely mountain gadgeter gets her new teleportation device to work. Unfortunately, it pulled your character into her lab. While she explains the situation, bizarre problems arise from within her lair…including her social awkwardness.

Bartending in mythos (SFW/NSFW):
For years, a bartender has been serving drinks for a wide range of creatures in a fantasy bar. They've heard their tales. They've also needed to accommodate their outlandish tastes. Your character enters the establishment, intentionally or not, and starts up a chat.

Literary mayhem (SFW/NSFW):
Your character picks up a book. It happens to be the obsessive interest of another customer in the store. They pursue that character around the place badgering them about their depth of interest. It's all in the vain hope they've found someone matching the identity of one of the book's characters.