Hey there! That vid drew me in almost immediately; I'd love to do a one-shot like that. Watching the vid, I came up with a character concept almost immediately.
Since I was immediately interested in that storyline, I decided to read through your other plots, and there's a lot I see that I like/would enjoy getting involved in.
The "Angel of Music" title made me almost pass over the entire plotline, but luckily I spotted the "Jekyll and Hyde" note underneath. I am an enormous fan of Jekyll and Hyde and all the different ways the doctor is portrayed. I haven't read the book in quite a few years, but I recently saw a staged version and fell right back in love with the storyline again. This one is definitely a huge point of interest. I don't generally roleplay characters considered part of a canon, but there are so many ways the doctor can be portrayed that I don't really consider it canon as such.
I have had a plotline that I've been interested in for quite some time now, but haven't yet found the right person to roleplay it out with, and your "As The World Falls Down" plot made me remember it. It involves the fae and old revenge, mind games, secret keeping, and strong personalities grappling with one another. If you'd like to hear specifics, let me know.
As you might be able to tell, I tend to be interested in exploring the way personalities clash, play off one another, and occasionally meld. I tend to dig fairly deeply into a character's thoughts and motivations. I will let you know that I am not one to care much about post length. I don't put a lot of fluff into my posts; I describe what I want to say in the best way I can think of, and if it takes 250 words or 2500, then that's what happens. Particularly when characters are directly interacting, as in a conversation, where each post takes up mere seconds of time, my posts tend to get more toward the 250 word end, or on rare occasions less.
Just for the record, I'm really not all that serious when out of character, although I know I sound it. I just like to lay things out at the beginning.