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SETTING

In Dune-May there are vast forests, lakes and a very unpredictable weather forecast. There, where trees outnumber people, lives a small population of human beings. They’re pretty simple folk, branded mountaineer gear isn’t a fashion statement, but things that are reliable are. There’s a town in Dune-May and most people live in houses that surround it, a few live in homes that are a stones throw from the forest canopy. A majority of the houses round there are wooden and the rest are stone.


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INTRODUCTION

Dune-May is lucky to even be on a map, if it wasn’t for the stunning views and whimsical history they’d be forgotten about. Dune-May is vaguely known for it’s eerie history, talk of Pixies in the woods and other unnatural presences is nothing uncommon for the locals. Visitors hang on the tales of mystical occurrences and sightings like they truly believe…but it’s all nonsense to pull the tourists in. Right?

Perhaps, I wasn’t sure until this autumn but now I am certain. Dune-May is no fairy-tale. Some serious shit is about to hit the fan and it all started with the new kid…

STORY-LINE
…I’m not going to tell you it.
There’s a school and community college in Dune-May for all the local kids, this roleplay will be about a small selection of these kids and a mysterious new boy who joins in the autumn semester. That’s all I’m going to tell you. In this roleplay you will know only as much as your character. You will receive Private Messages and group updates in the OOC about plot developments and new information but that’s all for now. Unexpected! ಥuಥ


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THE STUDENTS OF DUNE-MAY COMMUNITY

Main Characters:

[OPEN] The New Boy: Entering Dune-May at the start of the autumn semester he is a brand new face, and from a glance is eerily attractive. (I said attractive not godly) He seems reserved and thoughtful. Probably shy, being the new kid in a small town is quite a big deal.
Will Private message this character immediately with plot details.


Image[TAKEN] The Schools female track Champion: A girl who is athletic and competitive. Deeply cherished by schools populace. Ideal date.






Image[TAKEN] The Schools male track Champion: A boy who is athletic, competitive and strong-willed. Deeply admired by schools populace. Bit of a Heart-throb. Ideal date.
Will receive a Private message later on.





Image[TAKEN] The highland beauty: A girl who doesn’t need to try hard to look good, she’s natural and doesn’t fight nature with a platter of makeup. Just because she’s natural does not mean she likes nature though. Too intimidating to date.
Will receive a Private message later on.




Image[TAKEN] The delinquent: Every school has one, this boy breaks the few rules Dune-May school actually cares about. He’s not the kind of big-city bad boy that ends up in jail, but he’s not on the top of everyone’s good-list either. He’s not bad looking, shame his personality is a little bit ugly. Everybody fancies a bad-boy but they rarely date them.
Will receive a Private message later on.



Image[TAKEN] The Barbarian: A girl who should have been a boy. Difficult, stubborn, head-strong and feisty. Scruffy, slender and a stereo-typical tomboy. You could try a date, if you wanted a punch in the groin.
Will receive a Private message later on.




Image[TAKEN] The Gothic Gale: A girl who tends to be associated with voo-doo dolls and witches. Not ‘typically’ gothic but as close to gothic as a person gets in Dune-May. Could be described as whimsical. Not considered date material.
Hey everybody it’s my character!



Side characters:

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RULES AND INFORMATION
I’m not one to pile on the rules and regulations but I’ll run through a few things:

CONTENT
Swearing, sexual reference, violence etc. Are all things that are accepted and expected in an PG13 role-play like this one. However, unnecessary vulgarity or RPG rule breaking will not be tolerated.

MISSING/PLAYER ABSENCES
Drop-outs are not acceptable. Players who intend to be away, or are unable to get online for a short period of time will be easily excused with a quick OOC message or PM letting me and other players know. Simply going missing for a number of days will result in your character being dismissed and left behind in the role-play. Pretty reasonable right?

COMMUNICATION
This is the kind of role-play where players should communicate in the OOC as well as IC. It’s nice to have a little chin-wag on the OOC so don’t be strangers, being friends outside of the plot means we’ll stay together longer and enjoy the development a lot more. So much past experience.

WHAT I'M LOOKING FOR
I’m looking for a good group of players who know how to play a character well, who are really looking for a good role-play that’s on the small side. As for literature, I’m hoping you’ll be able to write 2 paragraphs per post at least, I’m not asking for a manuscript, just a decent read. If you cannot spell, please use spell-check on your posts, spelling is a pet-peeve! Don’t let it win!


CHARACTER SKELETON
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a mythical tale.
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Dune-may. Population of roughly 5000. Situated in the wilderness, surrounded by trees, wildlife and foolish myth. An old town built up over the decades by stories and tales of mythical roots to draw in tourists. Everybody likes to hear about the Pixies in the woods, the half-man half-beast’s that come out at night and the unicorns that can only be spotted in the light of a full moon. Outsiders lick up the nonsense like a fat cat licks cream. We locals roll our eyes and humour the legends for the sake of the town.

Of course everybody knows the myths are just a money making scandal. Right?

You couldn’t be more wrong.
You really couldn’t…
- Lyra Maine.






8.30am- Start of Autumn Semester- The beginning of the end.

Leaning against the window Lyra stared out at the forest, it went on for miles and miles, like a green ocean. Birds flew out in clusters before flying back in again. Various trees moved as if something large was pushing them out of the way to make a path but she knew it was really just the wind.

Lyra Maine lived with her Nana on the outskirts of the forest but that wasn’t anything special, the entire town was situated around the same forest, they just happened to live right on it’s door step. The forest was fairly big but from what Lyra could see she was pretty sure it covered a significant surface of the earth.
Their home was surrounded by trees, a steep gravel driveway led up to the old stone house and you could just about see the rooftop peeking over the forest canopy from the main road. It was a solid home, with sooty smoke chugging out of the chimney more often than not.

Moving away from the window the young girl plodded her way out of her bedroom and down the stairs. After a brief break it was time to return to school. She didn't mind school itself just the people she shared it with. Miss Maine was not Miss popular. Locking up the house she got into her rusty old motor and after a few failed starts, began her drive to the local community school. Her Nana worked most days at the local hospital, she was a robust woman with no ability to sit still and relax.

Mulling over the day to come Lyra soon pulled into the school parking lot and blended back into the social status her fellow students had kindly bestowed her with. A group of male youths thumped on the side of her car whilst laughing amongst themselves. Lyra glanced at them in her rear-view mirror and smiled sarcastically.

“Yeah real helpful Mason!” she yelled whilst inching forwards through the school crowd. People always flocked to the car-park in the mornings, it made getting in and parking so much harder than it needed to be.



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'You have to be the wind, Maggie. Be the wind. You are the wind. You're the birds high in the sky. Fly, Maggie Mae. Faster. Higher. Go.'

His voice whispered through the trees as she ran past them, leaves and sticks crushing underfoot. Her heartbeat throbbed in her ears, and every breath sounded like an avalanche in the quiet of the woods. Faster. Trees blurred past her vision until there was only the ground and the sky. She had been running for hours and her lungs burned in protest of her relentless routine. She had run the path so many times now, she could close her eyes and never even brush a limb. Finally unable to breathe, she came to a sudden stop by the back road that would lead many teenagers to school. Taking a soothing breath, she proceeded towards campus at a slow and steady jog. Once she reached campus, she made her way to the locker rooms (also known as her home-away-from-home, since she spent so much time there). After a hot shower, she set about getting ready for the school day. She always kept school clothes in her locker, for mornings like this when time escaped her. Once her outfit was complete, she headed outside into the crisp autumn air.

As usual, the parking lot was filled with students who arrived early specifically to socialize. As class president, she didn't get a lot of time to socialize in the mornings but today was different. Since it was the start of the term, she had yet to meet up with the principal to find out what she would be working on for the next couple months. Therefore, just for today, she would have the morning off from all respective duties and get to hang out with friends. As she was going to cross the parking lot, she was cut off by a rustic looking Mercedes. Maggie was never one to judge, but the vehicle left an awful smell behind it. To her dismay, she caught a glimpse of the girl driving it. Lyra. Lyra Maine... and sure enough, Mason and his boys were starting the semester off by terrorizing her. “Yeah, real helpful Mason!” Maggie heard her call to the boys. Oh, Lyra... why do you have to be so.... weird? If you could be like everyone else... then maybe people wouldn't pick on you so much... Maggie sighed and continued across the parking lot to the courtyard in front of the school. Sure enough, her favorite spot under the oak tree was wide open, aside from Hannah, one of her good track friends.

Smiling, Maggie waved to the girl and joined her under the tree. "Going to be a tough year this year. I hear that Southdell got Kyle Porter over the summer," Hannah said as Maggie sat down. "Kyle Porter? Are you serious? I thought he was in our district?" "Apparently someone has some strings.." "God... we really needed him!" "Yeah, tell me about it. Did you hear about Sam?" The girl's chatter went on for some time, and eventually they were joined by the other track runners.


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The alarm rang signalling the start of yet another day in hell. Helena groaned and she pulled her soft pink pillow over her head. She kicked her feet under she sheets sending wave after wave of her poka-doted covers over her and finally until they were off the bed. Her little tantrum had caused her to loose what warmth the sheets had provided. Groaning at her lack of foresight Helena forced herself up and she sat cross legged on her bed. The sheets lay in a mess on the floor and she stuck her tongue out at them. She let her eyes drift up to the mirror that hung across the wall and she observed herself.

She wore a light tank top and shorts, her red hair was a mess and sat in waves upon her head. She mumbled something about hard work and then crawled off the bed and made her way right for the mirror. There along the shelf underneath it lay copious amounts of bottles, she grabbed one and after squeezing some of the lotion onto her hand she applied some to her cheeks and forehead.

Helena took a good hour to get ready and when she was done she found herself dressed most casually for school with a black tee, jeans and a scarf. She looked over herself one last time and then went to grab her back which was filled to the brim with school books and with one novel; one of her favourites The Witch and the Warrior She was a sucker for her romance novels and always took one with her where ever she went.
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She grabbed a quick breakfast, which was mainly a banana and orange juice and kissed her mother good bye. Helena walked out hoisting her heavy bag higher up her shoulder and she frowned at the fresh air and missed the sounds and sights of the city for the millionth time. She gazed at her mothers car and wished she had her own but they couldn't afford it. She gave the rubber tire a swift kick and groaned at the sudden pain in her toe.

The trek to school wasn't all that long but tiresome all the same. Helena was in a soft pant and her shoulder was in pain but she had made it to school all the same. The parking lot was full of cars already and happy students. She gazed around and looked for a few of her own friends but saw none. She continued on walking when she noticed Lyra driving along looking for a spot. She sighed softly and looked away, it wouldn't do to be associated with her. Instead she spotted Maggie sitting among her friends and was about to see her when she was flocked by the entire track team.

Helena wrinkled her nose at the idea of running and so instead of saying hello she found herself a nice spot on the front of the school steps. They were large concrete steps that spanned across the entire school entrance. She dug out her book and opened it to the spot from where she had left off the night before. She settled into the story brushing her hair back over her neck as she read.

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Griffin A. Greene




“Griffin get up!”
The boy heard his mother yell for the umpteenth time. He let out an annoyed groan, his pillow over his head as he heard his mother walk into his room. The teen didn’t care about what his mom wanted, he wanted to sleep. Griffin heard his mother pace around his room, opening a window and turning off his radio that played, typically, throughout the night.

“I said get up!”

Griffin glared at his mother as she ripped his pillow away from him, causing blinding light to make him squint in his eyes. His ma was dressed in her typical business suit, her hair in a tight bun as she glowered at Griffin.

“Get the hell out of my room,” Griffin growled, sitting up. His mother rolled her eyes, her hands on her hips as she looked at him.

“Maybe you should get ready for school then,” She hissed as she stalked out of his room. Great, his mom was pissed at him again, and Griffin didn’t know why. He would most likely find out later, though. The boy groaned again, standing up as he went to take a shower.

After showering and feeling all squeaky clean, Griffin found some clean clothes, getting dressed. The outfit was a simple grey tee with blue jeans and converses. Looking in the mirror, Griffin smiled at himself, pleased with how he looked.

The boy then left his house, walking to school. The school wasn’t too far from where he lived, maybe a ten minute walk in the best weather. The teen noticed other’s watching him, but of course they would. Griffin recently almost ‘accidently’ set the lab on fire during an experiment. Maybe that was why his mom was pissed, having to pay about 500 dollars to the school for damages.
The boy shook his head as he looked at the school, the building loomed over him like a reminder of all the things he had done to the school; none that he regretted, either. Griffin watched as Lyra - Or Witch, as he liked to call her- try to park her shitty car while Mason berated her. While he didn’t like Lyra, Griffin disliked Mason more.

The boy’s face contorted into a smirk mixed with a snarl, watching as the girl parked her car. Griffin looked at Lyra, a coy smile playing on his lips.

“Morning, Witch,” He said before walking over to his little group of comrades.

As he reached them, his friends tossed him a water bottle. When Griffin opened the lid, the smell of alcohol hit his nose. He shook his head, tossing it back to Ryan.

“Trying to be a good ‘lil boy?” His friend sneered, taking a large gulp of the liquid. Everyone knew Ryan was a major alcoholic, although the teachers never caught him drunk at school. He just held his liquor a little too well.

“Yeah, because that’s what I am.” Griffin replied with amused sarcasm, a smile quirking on his lips.

“The hell you are!” Ryan crowed, the rest of the guys cackling in laughter.

Yup, typical morning.

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Rise and Shine

Danny was oblivious to the morning sun's rays, lost in his fantasy dream world. After a particularly intense set of training last night, Daniel had fallen into a deep, dream filled sleep as soon as his head had hit the pillow. He dreamt of his normal life. His friends, his family. The girl. And then it suddenly became all about that girl. Everyone else had the same face, the same voice, and that seemed to make hers all the more spectacular. Danny smiled in his sleep, the girl's face filling his mind. That is, until his sister gave him a rude awakening.

"Dan! Dan! Dan! Dan!" she chanted with each bounce on his back. Daniel unravelled his arms from his pillow and turned over, holding his little five year old sister Melanie at the hips. "Mmmn...Mel...is it that time already?" "School Dan-Dan! School" Danny smiled, poking his tongue out at Mel, then wrapping her up in his duvet before slinking away. Daniel smirked at the "Dan-Dan!" protests that faded into the background.

Daniel fixed himself a quick but satisfying breakfast of weetabix with fresh yoghurt and slices banana and a cup of sweet tea. Tea was Dan's guilty little pleasure. The two teaspoons of sugar could ruin his regime but it was his one little liberty. It tasted too good to pass up. Daniel lounged in the corner of the sofa, the TV still set to Mel's cbeebies. "Daniel, c'mon it's time to go. You'll be late!" tutted his mother, handing Dan his lunch bag and car keys and kissing the top of his head. "Alright, alright," he smirked, pulling on his black and white high tops before breezing out of the door.

Once in his car, Danny turned on his stereo and turned on his favourite all time song. Papa Roach were always Danny's inspiration, and the lyrics to this song were so perfectly motivating for someone who took part in a lot of competitive sports. In no time at all, Danny pulled into the car park, just before that strange Lyra girl. He really should take the time to find out who she was, she seemed...different. Danny quickly found a spot for his car after everyone moved out of his way when they realised who it was and parked up, turning the CD player off. Stepping out, Danny locked his car and immediately spotted everyone gathered around Maggie. Eugh. There was just something about those sort of girls he couldn't seem to like. That was when she walked by. Danny stopped dead in his tracks, right in the path of Lyra's car, as he watched her dreamily walk towards the main doors. She was digging through her bag searching for something, and Danny watched as she retrieved it and sat down on the steps. Was that a book? Hmm. So she was a book worm. Cute.

"Hey! Danny-boy!"

Dan turned to the sound of his friend Carter calling, or rather hollering, to him from the crowd now gathered under the tree. "'Sup?" Dan greeted, wandering over and taking his seat. Danny turned to look back at the girl but she was gone already, much to his disappointment.

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...Alex Konstanze...

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The bundle of blankets on top of the girl rustled quietly as if stirred by some knowledge that something was about to happen. Footsteps repeated down the hall outside her door, a pre-warning to the next instance. The door to the girl’s room burst open and a tall woman with wavy blonde hair and blue eyes strode in. “Alexandria! Get up this instant. You’re going to be late for school!” The proclaimed girl rolled over, pushing the covers off of her with a groan. “Mom. Just chill. I’m getting up.” Alex replied with annoyance. The woman huffed and turned around to leave. “You better,! If not I’ll have to break a nail to get you off that bed and you know how I feel about my beauty. Unlike you, I’m not a slob.” She turned up her nose at the room and continued. “And clean up your room sometime. It’s like your brother is the girl around here.” With that, her mother walked out and closed the door behind her as if to keep the mess contained in the room.

Alex rolled off the bed and marched over to the curtains to open then. Rays of morning light blinded her but she soaked it up contentedly. Her boxers were twisted around her hips, her white undershirt was messy from her drool, and her hair was a mess but she didn’t mind. She wasn’t like her mom who hated the very idea of being dirty. Alex figured she had grown out of that phase.

Thirty minutes later, Alex entered the kitchen with her outfit of a messy ponytail, plain red shirt, skinny jeans, light brown jacket, and her sunglasses. She took a seat at the breakfast table and snatched up a biscuit from the spread of breakfast foods freshly cooked by her father and other assortments such as coffee, the candy jar, and her dad’s wooden pipe. “Thanks dad.” Alex murmured around her biscuit, which was being shoved into her mouth happily. The man who stood behind the counter scowled at her outfit and shook his head, also waving his spatula at her. “You outta be more like a girl. At least wear your beanie, eh?” He rumbled in his scratchy baritone. He shook her head some more before glancing behind her. “Tony, tell her to be more like your mother.” The little boy who had just come down the hall wandered up to the breakfast table and plopped himself beside his sister. His sulky face was enough to know that their mom had woken him up too.

Speaking of mom, “Hey, where’d mom go?” Her father turned back to the stove where he was buttering the rest of the biscuits and slicing apples. “She went to work.” He replied briskly. Alex raised her brow and shrugged. “Kay.” She took another bite of the biscuit and chewed it while in thought. “I see. Too busy to say goodbye and have breakfast with us.” She challenged her father to refute it. Although he didn’t rise to expectation, instead saying, “Stop Alex.” She squinted at him but shook off the irritation and stood up. “I’m leaving.” Her dad turned back around and smiled. “Be home by ten.” She growled and looked at her brother who held his teddy bear and was eating a biscuit while watching her. “Whatever.” She stared at her brother before smiling wickedly. “Gotcha!” She snatched his bear and his responding cry of agony made her giggle. She bounced away and scampered over to the couch and set the bear down. “Stop being a baby.” Alex scorned before she turned around and headed for the door, listening to her brother’s bare feet rush across the wooden floor to grab his bear.

Alex shut the door behind her and walked towards her motorcycle. It was a blue ninja and quite sporty but it served its purpose. Alex had only managed to get it because her mom wanted her to go to prom wearing a dress and Alex agreed only if she got her the motorcycle. Of course, her mom couldn’t resist and allowed her to get the licensing for it and got the one she wanted. Alex patted the side of her bike and smiled. It warmed her up just seeing her faithful “steed”. Alex moved to straddle the bike and revved the engine. It’s purr filled the air and she rolled it out of the driveway onto the street.

However, a familiar voice stopped her from taking off. “Hey! Alex, dude!” She glanced over at the short figure of a middle school boy running up to her, magazine in hand. “Have you checked out the new game informer?” He yelled as he approached. Alex grinned and rolled her eyes. “Duh, but I gotta go Connie. I’m going to be late for school!” The boy, Sam, was a best friend of her brother, Terry, but he often liked to talk to Alex about all sorts of things. Sam frowned and shook the magazine at her. Alex leaned away from the printed papers depicting games of the year. “Really, cause you would have a few minutes then. You always have time for game informer and you are always late to school.” Sam whined. Alex stuck her tongue out at him and snorted. “Nah man. No time for the wicked. I got things to slay in the real world.” Sam sighed, giving in. “Fine. Just come home soon. I want to show you everything. Especially-“ Alex placed her hand over his mouth, cutting him off. “Later.” She could feel his lips form a frown and she pulled back, putting her hands on the handles of her bike. “See ya.” She pulled off, headed for school.

Alex rolled the bike into a parking space and clicked the disc lock into place on her wheels. She pranced towards the school after she was sure it was secured and headed for the usual meet-up spot. It was near Luke’s car, almost always parked at the end of the parking lot, closest to the school building. Usually, Luke, her best friend, and the other guys chilled until classes started at that spot. She watched all the girls gather up in their cliques and talk about boys and make-up they used that morning. It honestly annoyed her. Just like a bunch of hens. She got along with the guys way better and they were much cooler about everything. Who wanted to talk about the same things everyday? At least they brought variety, and were nothing like the especially more annoying track team girls who chatted about nothing that mattered all day long. Alex glared at them briefly as she walked past and then spotting Griffin and Ryan and the other boys waved with a smirk. Alex loped the rest of the way to where Luke was laughing about something another boy said.

“Yo!” She called out to get their attention. Luke looked up first and waved, beckoning her over. “Alex! Good to see you’re up to no good as usual.” He said after noticing her wicked smile. Once she got closer, she lightly punched his arm and laughed. “I’m innocent. So shut up, ya ass.” The boys greeted her and exchanged crude jokes. It was definitely a normal morning for Alex Konstanze.

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"Ha! Your really afraid of some worms? You're such a girl!"

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Re: T h e F i r s t W e r e w o l f

I haven't heard from the GM, but I hope it's not dead, too.

Re: T h e F i r s t W e r e w o l f

I HAVE FINALLY MANAGED TO PULL OFF MY MASTERPIECE. Took me longer though but I think it's quite awesome. :)

And I would hate for this roleplay to die.

Re: T h e F i r s t W e r e w o l f

If this RP hasn't died, I'd love to join as 'The New Boy', if that is okay.

Re: T h e F i r s t W e r e w o l f

Yay :3 I'm so excited about the PM lol I've never had a gm use secret pm's before :3 I can't wait to get mine. ^^

I feel like I'm finally getting my Hogwarts letter.. LOL

Re: T h e F i r s t W e r e w o l f

@Jynxii Hope you had a good vacation :P Right, fantastic, not much has gone on since you left as I've been waiting for all "New Boy" applicants to submit.

Of course there is only room for one more role and I have chosen the submission that revealed to be most hard-worked on.

Sorry if what i'm writing is a bit muddled up or weird, but I have some serious heat-stroke and a huge headache so it's actually hard to type and look at this blazingly bright laptop screen!!! So now we have a full group I will proceed to send out the pm's tomorrow and then...yeah.

Re: T h e F i r s t W e r e w o l f

Okay, I sent an application for the final role anyway, just in case. It was fun writing it either way. Hope you enjoy the read at least! ^^

Re: T h e F i r s t W e r e w o l f

Lalalala~~ I shall be posting sooooonnn but I'm currently staying at a friends house and their connection is uber slow and messy so it might take me a while.

Re: T h e F i r s t W e r e w o l f

Well, this does sound interesting to say the least. I'd love to join and go for the final role, although getting in is looking rather bleak, what with only one role being left, and seemingly...2 people? I think it was? That are aiming for it... Needless to say, the plot sounds pretty cool. All I can say is that I wish I would have been on top of this sooner, hehe.

Re: T h e F i r s t W e r e w o l f

I do too remember you :D Shame about that RP eh? Had loads of potential. Well someone is creating a new kid profile, but by all means, please apply too. I love to have a bit of choice XD Make a character :) I'm sure he'll be wonderful.

Re: T h e F i r s t W e r e w o l f

Hiya ducky! 'Member me from Wicked and Divine? If your new kid in town isn't filling out as nicely as you like, I'd love to jump in and fill the role. I have no idea as far as face claims go, but I'm sure we could come up with something. I'm usually not too concerned with looks, as long as I get his personality right.

Re: T h e F i r s t W e r e w o l f

Have fun camping! We will miss you!

Re: T h e F i r s t W e r e w o l f

I will try to post as soon as I can, but I am on vacation for the next 5 days camping at the lake. <3

Re: T h e F i r s t W e r e w o l f

Should I just paste what I had wrote in the last one?

Re: T h e F i r s t W e r e w o l f

Right we can all post whilst waiting for the New boy to be submitted, it's good to get the first posts out of the way :)

Re: T h e F i r s t W e r e w o l f

Okay, just the new boy left to fill then, I have got one person submitting a form, not sure if anyone who expressed interest in the ooc is going to submit one, they certainly didn't make the cut off point.

Re: T h e F i r s t W e r e w o l f

Welcome everyone who got in! I love your characters! :D

Re: T h e F i r s t W e r e w o l f

Sorry about the delay. I've submitted her now. Phew.

Re: T h e F i r s t W e r e w o l f

Thank you all for your character submissions, unfortunately there are only limited spaces and the most impressive, appropriate characters were accepted into the role-play. Those who did not get accepted are welcome to try out for any left over role. In this case, the last role available is "The New Boy".

If you wish to have this role, please submit a character for it ASAP! I hope everyone is having a nice day/ sweet dreams (depending on time-zone) I look forward to role-playing with those of you who have been accepted :3

You will all receive PM's shortly that are relevant to your characters role.


P>S, if the "highland beauty" is not submitted shortly, it will be re-opened for new players. If players do not wish to compete for the available roles, "additional characters" are something I am willing to discuss if a good idea is presented!

LittleRed