I have a couple of plot ideas in the thread I made, which I think is still on the first page here. I'll post the two more directly fantasy-related plots for your perusal.
3. Indebted - I had this idea the other night while I was kind of -ahem- out of it, and itís more of an experimental thing than anything else. Basically a man gets on the bad side (of just catches the attention) of a witch/fae/sorceress/whatever, and she takes him under her power. She doesnít control him, per se, but she can cause him to feel extreme pain, pleasure/desire, etcetera at will. The way I originally imagined it, either he was already a shapeshifter or she caused him to shapeshift in order to more easily do what she wanted (i.e. she needs to get somewhere quickly and decides she needs a horse for that purpose, or needs a message delivered by bird). Iím willing to explore themes of bestiality, although itís something I havenít done before so if I back out please donít be offended. How long it would last or what kind of storyline the characters might have, I donít know; I just had a half-baked idea and went with it.
4. If Wishes Were Horses - This idea involves a being of a fae race of my invention, the Children of Avalon. Basically fae cut from the same general cloth as Oberon, Titania, Puck, etc. Inspiration comes from folklore, the fae as they are mentioned in Shakespeare, Jim Henson's "Labyrinth," and Neil Gaiman/Jim Henson's "Mirrormask." The basic concept of the plot: one of the Children of Avalon (my character) gets on Oberon's bad side by showing up to a mandatory "meeting" late again due to losing track of time in the fae realm while spending time with humans. Oberon decides that if he wants to spend so much time with the humans he can stay there, and banishes him from the fae realm entirely. The trouble with that? His magic is disconnected as well - as is the magic that keeps him from aging. Your character is someone who has a token of his (in this case I'm thinking a book of fairytales; I have backstory for the token), which is his only remaining connection with the fae realm. Long story short, he needs the help of this person (who can be either male or female, and any age from 20 or so upward), who doesn't believe in magic as anything more than wishful thinking and overactive imagination, to regain contact with Avalon.