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Is anyone interested in collaborating on a story?

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    winter_rose
    @winter_rose

      @joelle-stone

      If you’d like to come up with the characters, go for it!

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      Sounds good! 😄

      #119710
      Joelle Stone
      @joelle-stone

        @winter-rose,

        Ok! I’ll see what my deprived brain can come up with. 🙂

        "A writer's life consists of either writing their book or thinking about writing their book." ~?

        #119711
        Joelle Stone
        @joelle-stone

          That’s odd; I can’t edit that post. And I just posted it. :/ Anyway, I meant @winter_rose

          "A writer's life consists of either writing their book or thinking about writing their book." ~?

          #119764
          Mel
          @melodyjoy

            Hi Y’alls

            So, I am going to make some extra characters with a name, appearance, country, and other super basic.

            Somebody mentioned that they already had a bunch of names, so you can just replace mine with those or whatever. I don’t care

            MEL

            Life is short, smile while you still have teeth!

            #119765
            Mel
            @melodyjoy

              @winter_rose @joelle-stone @mischievous-thwapling

              So here is four characters.

              Name: Roderick Galvez
              Gender: Male

              Age: 16

              Appearance: Black, buzz-cut hair, dark, piercing eyes. Tall and skinny.

              Personality: very critical of others, bitter, not someone who is enjoyable to be around.

              Country: Uflistan

              Located on the planet Anzoria, Uflistan is bordered between frozen mountains to the North, a huge lake to the South, tall mountains to the East and a huge ocean to the West

              Uflistan itself is mainly covered in swamps and has a stormy climate, which has lead to a tightly concentrated population, despite the number of people.

              The country’s landscape is hideous; dry, barren fields, rocky beaches and smelly, overgrown ponds are just a sliver of the crudity Uflistan has to offer, which is why the country is hated among foreigners.

              The people of Uflistan are unpleasant towards foreigners and tend to welcome them with nonchalance. They feel foreigners could ravage the country’s well being.

               

              Name: Josune Estrada
              Gender: Female

              Age: 20

              Appearance: Brown, stick straight hair, flowing all the way to her hips. Brown eyes, short for her age.

              Personality: snappy when agitated, which can be often. Popular, and outgoing.

              Country: Uflistan, on the planet Anzoria (same as Roderick G.)

               

              Name: Raiko Aasmae
              Gender: Male

              Age: 14

              Appearance: Brown, short, spiky hair. Brown eyes. Short and small.

              Personality: the kind of kid that gets picked on. Clumsy, and shy.

              Country: Thiebar

              The country of Thiebar, located on the planet Sitania, is a small, humble country with a population of 157,904.

              Bordered between a volcano to the North, a huge forest to the South, desertland to the East and a marsh to the West, the country of Thiebar mainly lives off mining, leatherworking and war.

              Thiebar itself is mainly covered in uninhabitable wastelands and has a wet climate, which has lead to a sparsely spread population.

              The country’s landscape is sinister; creepy, aquatic wildlife, rushing rivers as well as drying riverbeds are just a sliver of the dysphoria Omen has to offer, which is why the country is evaded among foreigners.

              The people of Omen are kindhearted towards foreigners and tend to welcome them with heartiness.

               

              Name: Elis Kallaste
              Gender: Female

              Age: 19

              Appearance: Long, curly, auburn hair. Average height. Brown eyes.

              Country: Thiebar, on the planet SItania (same as Raiko A.)

              ———-

              There ya go! Hope these are o.k. I used fantasynamegenerators  for the country descriptions, so they are kinda similar to each other, but I figured it wouldn’t matter because these are extra characters. Lmk if there’s anything that needs to be changed.

              Life is short, smile while you still have teeth!

              #119766
              winter_rose
              @winter_rose

                @melodyjoy

                Characters/countries sound good! Thanks for getting that together. Should I pick the star system for their planets or would you like to?

                #119767
                Mischievous Thwapling
                @mischievous-thwapling

                  @melodyjoy

                  Yay! Thank you so much! Those are great 😀

                  "May the wind under your wings bear you where the sun sails and the moon walks." ~Gandalf

                  #119771
                  Joelle Stone
                  @joelle-stone

                    A few extra characters (IDR how many we need):

                    Name: Mahalalel Kenan (goes by Lalel)

                    Gender: Female

                    Age: 19

                    Description: Beautiful, tall, and willowy with a slender frame and graceful movements, one would almost think that Lalel was a woodland sprite. Her blonde hair sweeps past her waist, but has a slight spring to it that makes it difficult for Lalel to tame. Her eyes are a pale periwinkle blue that seem to reflect the sky. Extravert.

                    Strongest Virtue & Vice: Optimism; Arrogance

                    (Once again, I don’t enjoy worldbuilding, so since Mel’s great at that and seems to enjoy it *wink wink*, she can come up with it if she wants. If not, I will think about it and come up with some cheesy planet.😉)

                     

                    Name: Irad Telem

                    Gender: Male

                    Age: 14

                    Description: Thin and wiry, Irad prefers games that involve speed and wits rather than brute strength. This is probably because he’s never been a very physically strong lad, but his mind is like a steel trap. His hair is a plain brown, but his eyes are a strange electric blue color. Freckles are scattered across his fair complexion, and his nose is round. But when he smiles, his mouth curves up pleasantly. Extravert.

                    Strongest Virtue & Vice: Encourager; Viciously Competitive

                     

                    Name: Jabal Accad

                    Gender: Male

                    Age: 15

                    Description: Jabal is pretty much the complete opposite of Irad. He’s build like an ox, tall with broad shoulders and a well-muscled body. His father always pushed him to get into the Cullings, and Jabal did as he was told. Secretly, he enjoys drawing, but his father would consider that weak, so he never reveals his favorite hobby. His black hair constantly falls into his eyes, and his nearly black eyes glitter with intelligence. His skin is a dark brown; Jabal blends in well with any dark setting. He’s an introvert.

                    Strongest Virtue & Vice: Obedience; Gullibility

                    "A writer's life consists of either writing their book or thinking about writing their book." ~?

                    #119773
                    Mel
                    @melodyjoy

                      @winter_rose

                      You can feel free to do that!


                      @joelle-stone

                      Nice characters! I’ll see about building a world for them sometime either tomorrow or at the end of the week. (I’ll be out of town for four days 🙂 )

                      MEL

                      Life is short, smile while you still have teeth!

                      #119776
                      Mischievous Thwapling
                      @mischievous-thwapling

                        @joelle-stone

                        Thank you, Kinnan!  Even thought they’re side characters, I’m pretty intrigued by them, lol.

                        "May the wind under your wings bear you where the sun sails and the moon walks." ~Gandalf

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