The spot is still open. I thought I'd respond here over a PM in case anyone else is curious what I'm thinking.
Basically, the 'adventure' evolves around two furries (possibly with super powers) that are dimensional travellers in an intriguing megaverse. The dimensions they visit are curious, quirky and abstract even.
I don't know if that explains it but I can give a simple adventure synopsis as an example.
Say we decide on two rabbit anthros and they find themselves in this obscure dimension, perhaps with amnesia. They find themselves in an odd bar of sorts. It looks like a rundown carnie/gypsy joint. A blind octopus alien is playing blues at the bar while the three armed nightsinger whispers sweet nothings into the microphone. The bartender is an ogre of a man, ugly and using a dirty towel to clean the glasses. The two furries are perhaps attracted to each other as being 'similar' in this strange environment and they both discover they both have amnesia. Maybe a three eyed woman wearing perfume that smells like a musty corpse approaches and tells there futures. There is a stalker, a mysterious dark man that chases them. They escape the bar into a strange city. Perhaps in their excitement, they escape him and explore their physical attraction to each other. After which, perhaps one of them recalls the city and a nearby forest with a witch who can make sense of the fortune from the three eyed woman and turning down an alley they find a path into the dark forest. The forest gives way to meadows that are pleasant and sunny with lovely, large mushrooms dotting the landscape. The mushrooms look lovely but in fact they eat the local butterflies, and shiny, silky butterfly wings dot the landscape. Maybe the rabbit anthros frolic here and when they climax, a nearby mushroom gulps down a few butterflies, spraying shiny wings into the air.
All that is over the course of a number of scenes and RP sessions, but it might hint at the quirkiness I'm referring too. I see it as perhaps a scene sequence of: dialogue to discover themselves, some interlude adventure sequence, some good, clean fun of the erotic sort, mix and repeat and so on. I referenced Monkey Bone in the original post, but a more recent analogy might by that UK movie, Mirror Mask. Quirky, intriguing, magical, adventurous. Instead of being an exploration of one person as in Mirror Mask though, this would be the exploration of the two main characters.
The actual setting and the actual adventure is up to discussion. I'm interesting in the development of two characters via a storyline that is quirky and entertaining.
Hope that helps,