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This story, in particular, focuses on an angel and a demon meeting in a rather odd manner and, subsequently, attempting to convert each other.

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Too bad. I’m telling one anyway so sit down and listen. Once upon a time, there was a city in the sky. It wasn’t big, but it was a beautiful city. Everyone wore white and reflected light from the sun. It was as close to perfect as you could ever imagine. Absolutely beautiful. You’ve heard of it, haven’t you? Heaven. You’ve probably heard the stories of the angel that fell from that city, eight days from the sky to the miserable depths of hell, all because he challenged god. You’ve heard the story. I know you have. Satan vowed to avenge himself by poisoning the human world and one day overtaking the man that tossed him out. The humans say he’s the reason for all the evil in their world. Something about giving some naked chick a fruit and whatnot. Yeah… that’s what they say.

But that’s a goddamned lie. All of it.

There was a city in the sky, yes. And there was king in heaven. He ruled the utopia peacefully with his angels and his council. Far below, there were other creatures. Nomadic things. You know them as demons. Just like the angels, their origin is unknown. But that isn’t important. Up until a certain point, the kingdoms of light and shadow never intertwined. The kings remained respectfully apart and let the other do as he may.

That is, until a lowborn demon ventured to dream. He looked up to the sky and dreamed of the city above. It was so different from the hellhole he called home. For years he dreamed of going up there. Years. Until finally, he did.

It was a mistake. He knew that. But there was no avoiding it. All he wanted was to get a closer look. A peak, really. After crawling eight days to the gate of the city… he climbed to the top of the wall, excited to see this new world firsthand. But when he lifted his head over the stone blockade, what he saw was not a new world… what he saw was a woman. And that is how the world ended.

I’m getting ahead of myself. Actually, that is how the world began. The woman was an angel. As cliché as it may seem, she was the most beautiful angel of all. But for all her beauty, she was also a fool. Yes… for only a fool would ever concede love to a demon. She took the teachings too far. Love all people—that’s what they say—but demons are not people, and not all love is romantic. Nevertheless… the demon and the angel met every day at the golden bars of the gate. Every day until it opened. They thought it was their chance to be together… but forbidden love is never that kind. It was too late for them.

The day the gate opened was the day the angel died. It was the day the demon fled from the sky to the abyss below. It was the day the king of light discovered a creature had seduced his wife with vile nonsense. Yes, it was a terrible day for everyone—demon and angel alike.

It was then light sought to terminate darkness. The war had begun. And oh what a terrible war it was.

Was? Yes, that was no slight of tongue. The war ended shortly after it began—the king of light was rather… distraught… since the demons were winning the struggle. There are times it’s good to be bloodthirsty, you know. One such time is in a fierce battle for mere existence. Anyway…

Stooping to loathsome levels, the king of light invited the lord of shadows to dine with him—hoping to poison the enemy and save his own skin. Fool. There’s only one poison that can subdue a demon, and by chance or ignorance he selected the wrong one. The dark one drank but did not fall. The light could only gape in disbelief.

Sipping the last of his infected wine and smiling…well, devilishly, lord shadow remarked on the king’s sudden wickedness. “You violated your own law,” said the demon, “and brought disbalance to our realm. See how the white flees from your lands? It would seem the angels have fallen by their own king’s hand.”

What the demon failed to mention was his own shattered code, broken by a demon seeking love. It wouldn’t do to admit fault—not when he could pin it on the tainted king across the table. Still, the balance had been broken. Someone had to rule over everyone. It would undoubtedly be the dark one, since he was the most abominable of the two. A vile world needed a king of its own color, after all.

But wait—the tainted king wasn’t ready to yield his throne, and it just so happened the dark one enjoyed games. A deal was made. If his kingdom could amass a greater mass of evil than the dark one had, the ultimate title would be his. Then, he could change the kingdom how he pleased. Satan accepted despite the stupidity of it all.

So that’s it. The king immediately created a new world—the world of humans—and set to work making his creations stroll down a path of darkness. The demons retaliated, sidetracking as many as they could to a brighter trail. Everything you knew was reversed. All the angels sided with their king, becoming wicked things. Some demons—unable to deny their nature—moved to the king’s side as well. The demons that remained in hell turned good, and that’s all there is to it.

And now that you know the truth about our past, let me enlighten you on our present. Most the humans have chosen their side—leaving the angels and demons with nothing more to convert. In an effort to ensure victory, the king ordered his subjects to convert as many demons as they could. The demons, having the same idea, went after angels.

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Let me just take a moment to broadcast the fact that most roleplays die. Can we all agree on that? Yes? Okay, good. I think we can also agree that most people in a roleplay don't particularly enjoy spending time on a story that dies before anything truly happens. It's a waste of time. Don't you think?

Let's spare ourselves the disappointment and save this poor roleplay from certain doom.

How will we do that? Excellent question. We'll get to know each other. What our expectations are. What our writing styles are like. We'll discuss things. We'll figure out if our relationship is going to work before we start it. I'd rather like to know if you're a serial killer before I go camping with you in the woods, okay? I think that's reasonable.

I'll start. First off all, I'm not a serial killer. Not yet, anyway. You can consider this as more of a "what to expect from me" description than actual rules. This will be the same for all my roleplays, so if you're already one of my partners you don't have to bother reading it.


First of all, I never do slice of life. My plots involve supernatural creatures, gods, death, government conspiracies, inhumane experiments, sociopaths, and more. I tend to be a little dark, and I have successfully played serial killers. Twice. I also tend to swear quite a bit. Shit. (Heh... that rhymed). I'm mature, really.

Okay, on to the most important point I will probably make. When you read a classic novel or play--like The Kite Runner, The Importance of Being Earnest, Hamlet, Catcher in the Rye, The Scarlet Letter, Huckleberry Finn, Frankenstein, etc--there is always some sort of greater meaning, or theme, in the work. THAT'S WHAT MAKES THOSE LITERARY WORKS AWESOME. Of course, knowing that, all my roleplays MUST have some sort of greater meaning, or theme, lovingly tucked behind the words. Even my "simple" ideas have some sort of conspiracy that I begin foreshadowing/alluding to in the first few posts. Another thing that all my roleplays possess is character conflict. You know, man vs. man, man vs. society, man vs. self? I have affairs with all those lovelies. I know it's scandalous. Don't judge me.

Going back to the classics, another thing that makes classic literature awesome is the use of literary devices, such as symbolism and irony, to sparkle like diamonds against blackened text. (That was a simile--a literary device and a type of analogy). I use lit devices in my writing quite frequently. You can expect hyperbole, oxymoron, metaphor, syntax, diction, (pay attention to my diction, people--I foreshadow a lot through single words), and the like. I also rhyme paragraphs sometimes if it fits my character. And poetry--I'll include poetry too. Allusions. I use a shitload of allusions.

You may or may not have inferred that I was at the top of all my advanced English classes.

I pretty much only play males, so you can pretty much expect to play a female.

Literacy and Writing Style:

I'm literate. I expect proper grammar and punctuation. There is a bit of a grey area with that, however. In creative writing we can do naughty things like stream-of-consciousness, sentence fragments, ending sentences with prepositions, and other such indiscretions. I will allow those. Hell, I do stuff like that all the time. But if you're mixing up homophones (their, they're, there / your, you're) and dropping commas with no regard for punctuation rules or even just the logical placement of pauses in a sentence... well, I might hate you. Let's not beat around the bush here.

Another pet peeve of mine is when people start every sentence with a personal pronoun or the characters' names. That pet peeve doesn't count if you have a writing style like mine, however, where you write in a first-person-like style using third-person.

As a general rule I expect you to match what I write, more or less, as post length can fluctuate throughout the course of a roleplay. You can expect a minimum of 2-3 paragraphs per post, or about 400+ words. Nothing less than that. I generally average about 7-10 paragraphs, but if I have a lot to write about I can go upwards of 15-16. My typical style of writing tends to focus more on the psychological aspects of my characters, their past experiences, and highlighting their respective journeys to achieve some sort of important understanding. I’m not really one for grand descriptions of settings or actions. Those tend to be a bit vague with me. I focus on the characters.

If your writing style is more of a description of actions and settings, with mostly dialogue and little insight regarding your characters’ thoughts and motivations, I’ll have a lot of trouble roleplaying with you. I’m just not good at writing like that, you know? If for some reason I feel like your writing style isn't compatible with mine, although anyone who responds to this should have a good idea of our comparability, I will let you know immediately. I don't have the patience to struggle for a few weeks or months and ultimately have the story die for such a ridiculous reason. I'll let you know the first time I see your post.


I have a decent amount of literate stuff going on at the moment and a rather busy life as a student in advanced classes and organizations that require quite a few hours of community service every three months. Because of these facts, and a certain personality trait of mine (I play favorites), I can be slow to reply. I will by no means guarantee daily posting. I might post daily—maybe more if a RP becomes one of my favorites—but it’s not guaranteed. As such, I can't (and won't) ask for daily posts from you. It might annoy me if you only post, say, once every 2-1/2 weeks... but I can deal with irregular posting.

Here's the thing, though. My whole purpose for having roleplays that may only get posts once a week is related to the whole quality or quantity concept. The roleplay may be slow, but that's okay if each person posts a beautiful, literate 10+ paragraph reply that has nice characterization and contributes to the meaning of the story. I spend hours on each reply to make sure it's a great one. Every time I write something I want to improve, so I always write to the best of my ability and beyond. I hope you'll have a similar mindset.

Okay...know this: I don’t abandon my own plots. That would be stupid. So, I’ll continue to post as long as you do--assuming there isn't an obvious compatibility issue that I'd point out as soon as I notice it--which better be longer than a few weeks, by the way—don’t be joining anything of mine if you’re prone to ditching. I don’t think anybody really likes ditchers. I've had people ditch. It isn't acceptable. You have until the first post to run. Once there are two replies, you’re stuck with me. Please—for the love of god—don't flee once the story has started. Tattoo it on both hemispheres of your mind! And, you really aren't allowed to ditch, but if you hypothetically do... Let me know. Don't just disappear. At least let me kill off your character properly so I can somehow work in another person. Or start it from scratch. But, you aren't allowed to ditch, so it doesn't really matter anyway. Right? I am long term, pumpkin. Let me know if you go on vacation or die or go comatose or something.

The art of intriguing posts:

I once had someone play as my character's close friend for about two months, real life time, building a relationship outwardly and inwardly with thoughts. We were just two guys stuck in a (hunger game-ish) forest, trying to survive together and work out their issues. Then, in one post, he completely changed sides and turned out to be working for an enemy. It was the single most shocking and interesting moment I've ever experienced in a roleplay. I never saw it coming. It's very interesting when a character's thoughts are deceptive and misleading, as they're supposed to be only known by the character. So one would assume it to be true, right? Heh.

I've seen many roleplay creators say something like, "talk to me before starting any big drama!" I never liked that. I never really liked that at all. You can do whatever you like. You can do bad things. Fights, capture, memory wipes, torture, illegitimate children, whatever—it’s all fair game. In fact, I take this whole thing to such an extreme, I don’t even mind if you kill my character. I will find a way to get you back. And it will be great. Really. I may have said this, but it's okay to betray me. We can all simultaneously betray each other in one big deceptive mess. Bring on the battle of wits. I will screw you all over, every last one of you, so don't be afraid to do it back or aid me in my attempts. Evil laugh, anyone? Mwahaha.

As far as romancy-things, this is my pre-written disclaimer for that. (Although now I've been bested twice, so just keep that in mind.)

The rules are pretty simple. Don’t be cliché and throw in a lot of plot twists. Yep. I want you to be completely and utterly MALICIOUS. Destroy my poor character—one condemned atom at a time—don’t hold back anything! And don’t cry over spilled milk! Then, maybe throw in a little mushy mush. Even if it’s fake I’m-lying-through-my-teeth mush or hell-I-really-hate-admitting-this-sugariness. Then hammer him down again! HA HA HA HA.

I’m not a sadist, really. Just trust me—tragedy is a lot of fun. Much better than gushy mush. And I’ll pay you back for whatever you dish out. Don’t worry ‘bout it. I really love a roleplay when it turns into a battle between writers to outwit the other. Oh, fun times. And—as a little incentive—I’ve only been bested once. The woman had a remarkable character, and I couldn’t figure out her motives at all, and she surprised me with this plot twist that I actually didn’t see coming and… it was an awesome WTF experience that rarely happens. So yeah. Can you handle my dance, little bird? Can you?

Here's an example of my writing style (it's a little odd, but generally well-liked):

It took a few seconds to recover from his sudden heart failure. Or maybe it took a few minutes. He wasn’t exactly sure, since he was dizzy from the lack of oxygen runners doing marathons through his veins, and what little concentration he did possess was desperately trying to rid his face of a horrified expression. There wasn’t a monster behind him. It was just Alexandria. Not that it really made a difference. Actually, it did. He would’ve preferred the monster. They don’t ask for words, after all. They just hurt you physically. He could take physical pain. His creator had given him a sturdy build, after all. He could take it. But words never hurt you physically. Not on the outside, at least. They were shards of glass mixed with acid that forced its way up in a sort of emotional word vomit that left you scarred and bleeding for longer than anyone could really take. Those were words. His words. And when she announced his presence he knew it wouldn’t be long before she forced the plague on him, demanding him to speak a painful truth to somehow satisfy her.

But he was prepared for that. Well, as prepared as he ever would be. He always knew the day would come when he’d have to answer for what he’d done. Reveal what no one had learned despite their countless attempts and roughness. It was amazing just how terrifying an army of angered archangels could be, but he’d known that before he killed their god. It was a death sentence to a living hell. That was obvious. He knew the cost of killing the old man. The bastard had spelled it all out for him before the deed was done. But he accepted that price. He deserved to pay it. So even though there were times he was selfish and just wanted the pain to stop, and times he cringed away from the blow that approached, he would always come back to this. He would always come back to his pain. He deserved it.

He deserved to turn around and face her and do whatever it was she said. This was part of his punishment. She was just another catalyst to open old wounds. And he hated her for that. But at the same time… he was relieved that she was there. He hated this, all of it, but he felt incomplete without the agony. The older he got, the more he was starting to think that maybe it was better to live in constant pain than lie broken and bloody, paralyzed with a sort of numb emptiness that just feels worse than anything. Maybe it was better this way. Maybe the pain was worth it if he wasn’t completely alone. So as she spoke her words, her insults, and finally demanded the rest of the story, all he could do was stand silently, preparing for the oncoming horror that was always guaranteed, because he knew that even this was better than wandering around aimlessly with only his thoughts to destroy him. It would be over faster if others shattered him. It would be so much easier. So much faster. All he had to do was stop resisting the siege and open the gates. He just had to start handing out weapons for everyone to stab him with.

If only it wasn’t so hard to do that. Admitting what happened was like taking a blade and sawing off his tongue. It isn’t easy to do that to yourself. He just—he couldn’t do it. But he had no choice. The reality of that became gruesomely apparent when she seized his wrist and dragged him into that horrible room—carelessly hauled him into that horrific place—and perched just like a goddess on her judgmental couch ready to break him more than her father ever did. He kept resolving to stutter through it as steadily as he could, to figure out a way to force himself to say it, to give his master what she wanted and what he ultimately needed, but it… it was just so hard. He kept thinking about it and then he was seeing it and then hearing her screaming and pleading and crying and then he felt the fire on his hands and in his throat and smelled the blood dripping down and it was just too much—he had to forget it all, he had to forget but he couldn’t and he knew it. He could never escape. He could never be anything but wretched ever again. And that terrified him, but it also disgusted him. He hated himself for being so unable to just accept his suffering. He just wanted to stop wishing he could escape.

As the world came back into focus, and he stood there breathing heavily with distorted eyes aimed firmly at the floor, he heard his master say the one thing he never thought she would. He heard her say that he could be forgiven. And it was at that moment that all the agony and dread he’d felt dissipated into nothingness. It was completely evaporated by the heat of sudden and unequaled anger.

Forgiven. Forgiven. Forgiven. How could anyone dare to throw that word at him? It didn’t matter how much of a lie it was. Actually, the fact that it was a lie made it even worse. That word was forbidden to him. He had no right to even begin to think about the possibility of ending his suffering and being… So why the hell was she voicing nonsense about forgiveness? If he couldn’t forgive himself—if he felt like there was no chance for him to ever remotely accept himself again—there was no one on this earth that could possibly have the right to do it for him. That word carried so much weight. He couldn’t believe that she would release it so carelessly.

It physically hurt him to stand there, baring his teeth against the hurricane that had been raging for all these years, trying to keep it from ripping its way out into the open. It really hurt. And he was so exasperated, with her and himself and everything, that for a moment he snapped, and the reinforced iron door he couldn’t bring himself to open cracked. He eyed her with an intensity that matched her own, but while her gaze was a calm, focused dagger that pierced holes through everything it touched, his was a pack of wild dogs that hungrily shredded without regard or mercy.

“You wanna know everything, do you? Well that’s really too bad. I refuse to accommodate a haughty brat that throws empty lies like forgiveness around to get what she wants. You’re a god now, Anna. A fucking god. You’ve got to get your shit together and start acting like it. Billions of people are depending on you now, and you’re just—“ he took a moment to throw a hand in the air, frustrated that he couldn’t find the right words to explain what he saw, “You’re just like the rest of ‘em. I can already see you’ve inherited his flaws. Except you’re young and stupid, so you don’t know how to hide them like he did.”

A few seconds passed before he realized that he’d just reprimanded his master—and called her stupid, on top of that—and that she was actually a god now so it was a pretty ill-advised thing to do. He only partially cared, though. He had stood up to her father countless times, spewing blunt and heated rants just like this one, and as a god he was much scarier than his daughter. It’s true it didn’t end well in the long run, but he figured he’d probably get away with yelling at each god a few times before it came back to really bite him.

Still, Alexandria was known to be rather terrifying and—in his experience—intolerant. It would probably be best to say something to diffuse the situation. Preferably before she reacted and his anger completely left him, leaving the despair to take hold once again. “All that aside,” he added swiftly, “I do owe you a better answer to your question…”

Here's an example of one of my characters:

Name: Cyprian Alexander Harris
Age: 27
Gender: Male
Quirks: Often speaks cryptically and in metaphors. Quotes/alludes to literature. Speaks in fragments. Oddly defensive to touch. Prone to insincerity and deceit. Falls asleep at weird times.

Significant Quotes:

“You overrate my capacity of love. I don't possess half the warmth of nature you believe me to have. An unprotected childhood in a cold world has beaten gentleness out of me.” ― Thomas Hardy, Far from the Madding Crowd

“The first time it was reported that our friends were being butchered there was a cry of horror. Then a hundred were butchered. But when a thousand were butchered and there was no end to the butchery, a blanket of silence spread. When evil-doing comes like falling rain, nobody calls out "stop!" When crimes begin to pile up they become invisible. When sufferings become unendurable the cries are no longer heard. The cries, too, fall like rain in summer.”― Bertolt Brecht, Selected Poems

Soliloquy / Creed:
A person’s life is equivalent to a man stranded on one side of an abyss with the singular goal of making it to the other side. He has three paths. First, he could delude himself into believing his goal to be attainable—thereby remaining stationary until he is overtaken by time’s impatience. Whether he schemes or simply waits for a miracle, it doesn’t matter. The reality is he’s waiting for death to come to him. Second, he could accept the futility of his goal and lament his inability to move forward. Instead of waiting for the demons behind to stab him, he jumps into the abyss. A half-assed attempt to reach the other side, doomed to fail, but perhaps giving a little more comfort than simply waiting for death. Third, he could accept the impossible forward trajectory and move along the edge. He lives on, constantly running from the death-demons, but he’s doomed to never reach his goal. Running left or right will never get him to the other side. He possesses his life… but his life doesn’t amount to anything when death finally comes to him.

I chose to live my life according to the last scenario. I’m not really afraid of death. I think it’s just something you should avoid if you can. Because… if death is coming at some point, I might as well do what I can to survive until then. I refuse to be some dumbass who just gave in to demise. I won’t lose my footing so easily. I’ll survive even if it’s pointless.

Droplets of water slid happily down overgrown blades of grass, not caring about the filth that lingered below, while over the hill other droplet clans slid down far deadlier blades. Stained blades. Their kin painted tears on rotting faces and mingled with blood on shattered spikes. Some say rain is the tears of God. Is it really? Even if it is true, and He does cry for mankind, crying sure doesn’t do a damn in the end. The sky should stop tearing up and do something for a change.

A deep rasp dashed through waves of dancing chains and steadfast bars and unnatural breathing. It was his voice. He was saying something.

“I wonder if I’ll die today.”

That’s right. He whispered that every morning, nowadays, whether it was his turn to fight or not. The others all cried or begged or stared off into the distance with a different shade of gloom, but not him. He just slept and woke and said the same nonchalant words and uttered the same type of facetious remarks whenever his eyes returned from their long respite. Was he insane? Many believed so. But it wasn’t the usual color of insanity. Those who lost their minds in the holding cells were violent and loud, shrieking nonsense and playing cryptic Picasso on their walls. He was different. He didn’t seem to care. He was quiet and sarcastic, marching off to face death when he had to but not without baffling the reaper with his latest enigma. He was definitely insane. They all knew it. But he was insane intelligently.

Chains clicked. Vision blurred. Words slurred and ran together in a wretched painting not even a mother could dare admire. Before he knew it he was at it again, playing the same game he always did, running from a force he couldn’t defeat. Back and forth. Near and far. Left. Right. Roll. Dodge. Run. Keep running. He went through the motions. Yes, it was instinct at this point. But his head wasn’t there. It hadn’t been there for weeks. Months, even. He didn’t even know if he had a head anymore. Maybe it was cut off. Maybe his head was crying God’s tears on a bloody, broken stick up on a hill somewhere. They couldn’t even splurge on an unbroken stick. As if it’s that hard to go and pick up a new one somewhere. Those bastards.

Loud. Louder. What were those noises, he wondered, as the walls roared and cheered and called his name. He was the frontrunner. He was the example. He had won the game again. But even then, with his newly stolen hours of guaranteed life, his head wasn’t there. He didn’t hear them. He couldn’t. It all didn’t matter. It never mattered. He was just a ghost forced into a game he didn’t like. Crying wouldn’t help. Begging wouldn’t help. Crazy would only help him to his grave… and pride was a distant dream that only fools feigned. But maybe he wanted pride. Maybe pride was the reason he fought. Did he have a reason to fight? If he had a reason, he surely wasn’t conscious of it. That was his curse. He existed… but he didn’t know why he existed. Or if he even wanted to.

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