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  • #125172
    Emma Walker
    @emma-walker

    would anyone like to Do a one on one or two roleplay or collaborative story?

    I’m still new to SE and I’d like to just start this one with just two or three of us, before I do one with more. I’ve done some with four or more people and it tends to get confusing. XD

    obviously fantasy XD

     

     

    "If your goal is purity in heart, be prepared to be thought very odd." -Elisabeth Elliott

    #125188
    Skylarynn
    @skylarynn

    @emma-walker
    Hi Emma!

    I’d love to do something like this with you.  Do you have a specific setting/time period in mind?  Any rules for me to follow?

    What characters did you have in mind?  If you give me an idea of what you want this story to be like I’ll see if one of my characters will fit in well.

    -Skylarynn

    "Remember, you go nowhere by accident. Wherever you go, God is sending you." - Rev. Peter R. Hale

    #125190
    Emma Walker
    @emma-walker

    @skylarynn
    <p style=”text-align: center;”>Um… I have no setting, but my fantasy world is like a fantasy fairytale world of sorts.</p>
    Id probably bring… ooh.. Rhene. Haven’t done her before. Rhene Golden-Feather Maiowat is the daughter of a chief of a plinayian tribe. (So like a fantasy version of American Indians)

    "If your goal is purity in heart, be prepared to be thought very odd." -Elisabeth Elliott

    #125192
    Erynne
    @erynne

    @emma-walker

    I’d love to do a roleplay! That would be a ton of fun. I do want to warn you that I haven’t done one in years, so I will be likely to mess up the entire storyline XDXD

    So yeah, after all the info is out, I can see if I have a good character for it. If you do just want a one on one roleplay, that’s perfectly fine. I can do it next time. If you don’t start a next time I probably will 🙂

    #125193
    Emma Walker
    @emma-walker

    @erynne

    from what I remember it’s always going in different directions, and there’s no straight storyline

    i honestly just picked this up out of the blue, this a very rndm and not put together mess as of now XD

    "If your goal is purity in heart, be prepared to be thought very odd." -Elisabeth Elliott

    #125195
    Skylarynn
    @skylarynn

    @emma-walker

    That sounds really interesting!  I was writing a series of fairytales at one point and I can easily import one of those characters.  Probably either Prince Xavier (Cinderella’s Charming) or Princess Genevieve (the girl from the Snow Queen).  Both of them are pretty well capable of taking care of themselves, Xavier a bit moreso since he’s actually been to war on the battlefront.  Which do you think would work best with Rhene?

    "Remember, you go nowhere by accident. Wherever you go, God is sending you." - Rev. Peter R. Hale

    #125196
    Emma Walker
    @emma-walker

    Ooh ciool @skylarynn

    Hmm well Rhene isn’t just the daughter of the chief in her tribe, she is to be the next chief. But she’s a cripple, and her people fear her because they think that she’s cursed.

    So who do you think will be the most fun with her?

    "If your goal is purity in heart, be prepared to be thought very odd." -Elisabeth Elliott

    #125197
    Skylarynn
    @skylarynn

    @emma-walker
    Possibly Xavier.  He’s got a messed up shoulder from his time on the battlefront so it might be something they can sorta bond over.  He’s also generally one to judge a person based on their merits over anything else, so he won’t think poorly of Rhene for her disability.  And finally Xavier is a bit more fleshed out than Genevieve, so there’s that.

    "Remember, you go nowhere by accident. Wherever you go, God is sending you." - Rev. Peter R. Hale

    #125198
    Emma Walker
    @emma-walker

    Oki doke! He sounds ciool. do you want to start?

     

    "If your goal is purity in heart, be prepared to be thought very odd." -Elisabeth Elliott

    #125199
    Skylarynn
    @skylarynn

    @emma-walker

    Well, what do you want to do with the story?

    "Remember, you go nowhere by accident. Wherever you go, God is sending you." - Rev. Peter R. Hale

    #125200
    Emma Walker
    @emma-walker

    Welp the rps I’m used to is a person doesn’t really plan, it’s just helping to develope chara and and stuff.

    But maybe they meet in a forest?

    "If your goal is purity in heart, be prepared to be thought very odd." -Elisabeth Elliott

    #125201
    Skylarynn
    @skylarynn

    @emma-walker
    How about (since this is fairytale-ish) they make the mistake of wandering through a normal forest that leads into a magical one?  I’m thinking like Narnia a bit but starting in a forest to begin with.  Xavier was likely out hunting, what would Rhene be up to?

    "Remember, you go nowhere by accident. Wherever you go, God is sending you." - Rev. Peter R. Hale

    #125202
    Emma Walker
    @emma-walker

    Oki sounds ciool, Rhene is probably just trying to walk around

    "If your goal is purity in heart, be prepared to be thought very odd." -Elisabeth Elliott

    #125203
    Skylarynn
    @skylarynn

    @emma-walker
    What exactly is her disability?

    "Remember, you go nowhere by accident. Wherever you go, God is sending you." - Rev. Peter R. Hale

    #125205
    Emma Walker
    @emma-walker

    Hmm well it’s kinda hard to explain but I’ll do my best.

    She was born with her right side of her hip kind and her right knee deformed, making them fragile and very difficult to walk…

    "If your goal is purity in heart, be prepared to be thought very odd." -Elisabeth Elliott

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