Sounds good. Since we've got everyone else's character ideas posted, I've finally settled on mine:Name:
FemaleDescription: Notable traits:
Friendly and personable, but with an iron core. Very protective of those in need or those being exploited.Motivation:
To prove she's just as capable as anyone else, particularly the guysBio:
Tall and athletic, Jean has always striven to be police officer. Of course it didn't help that she's the only child of the town's widowed police chief, who took her to work as often as he could. Or that she became the unofficial mascot of the local officers. They taught her to play ball, fish, whittle, and just about everything else. She loved it, loved the attention and the freedom of being one of the guys. So it wasn't any real surprise when she told her father she wanted to follow him onto the force. What was was that he let her.
After high school she went to typist and secretarial school (one of the requirements made of her before making her an officer), then returned to Ashcroft as its first female police officer. She's been on the force for the past four years, and is now generally recognized as the second in command after her father. Her combination of strength and compassion make her one of the favorites around town, and she's the one most people turn to for help.Is there anything special about my character?
Other than being a police officer in a time when that was a primarily male job, Jean is athletic and able to hold her own with most men. She also refuses to wear dresses to work, maintaining that pants make it easier to pursue a suspect.What do I like?
Pregnancy and transformation, particularly when my character doesn't piece together what's going on right awayWhat I don't like
Sex-only interactions between characters (gotta build the relationship first), god-modding and mutilation