+A Game with You**:
One was a high socialite. A woman with connections with all the right reporters, businessmen, bankers, event coordinators, what have you. While a charitable femme, she still had plenty for use on rent for a swanky penthouse suite, overlooking all the city. Not quite famous, but one whose name was certainly on every invite list for the next 6 months.
The other was a simple man. A typical 8-5 worker. He earned a meager, but sufficient pay check. His residence, like his life, was simple - a cozy little apartment built just for one. He didn't like drawing attention to himself; a humble fellow, it just wasn't his style.
When night fell, both wore masks. One was a hero, and the other, the greatest thief the city had ever known. For years, they played a game of cat and mouse. For years, she was just out of his reach.
That all changes one night. Double-crossed during a job, she slips up and is followed back to her lair. Trapped by the hero, she is forced to reveal her identity. Though viewed as a man for the people, the hero is sometimes... less than moral. Seeing his chance to put the villain in her place, he agrees not to reveal her identity, on two conditions - one, she cease her wrongdoings immediately, and two, that she submit to him for one night. The deal is sealed (so-to-speak), and they agree never to see each other again.
But something else is coming - a villain more treacherous than the city has ever seen, and one strong enough to even overpower the hero. He'll need help, but when he reaches out to the one person who can help him, she throws their agreement back in his face. Can he convince her to don the mask again for the greater good?
-PH or GS, depending
-BON, at least the first time. VAN, BON, or NC, following
-Looking for: Someone to play the hero and possibly the greater villain (the second part is negotiable to an extent), as well as some NPCs here and there. Perhaps Oliver Queen-esque, but not quite so rough around the edges (in fact - please try not to lift your character directly from an existing template. Some similarities are fine, of course.) Yes, yes, I know. More cheesy nonsense. Sometimes you just need to give into the cheese.