Two Sides of One Coin
The Moonlight Melodies
A few formalities:
-Seeking Female for this role.
-NO 1st person please.
-Thread roleplays only. No PM IM or emails.
-Minimum post length of about 1 paragraph.
Medieval, low-mid fantasy
The city of (whatever we call it because I haven't thought of a name yet), is a city that has been at war for years now. It had suffered many losses and much hardships. However, that has all been over for some years now. Yet the city itself is still one repressed. The King/Lord is not loved, however he keeps the peace and he is not cruel, so the people do not plot to overthrow him either. It has been many years since anyone has heard music played within its protective walls. People have forgotten about it all together.
That is, until one night, when the moon is full the sound of a flute can be heard singing along through the town. At first people are confused, even scared. In an effort to keep things the way they are, thinking that it is the only way to keep the peace, the King/Lord orders the capture of this night time terror. However, not everyone hates this new introduction to their town. The King/Lords’ daughter has begun taking quite a liking to this music and the secret musician. Will she meet this mystery person? And when she does what will happen to them?
So basically what I’m getting at here is that you’ll be playing the daughter King/Lord (I leave that part open to you). We’ll start the RP on the first night of the music. From there we’ll probably time skip about a week or so and we’ll probably have her go out into the town, listening to the talk of the town’s folk as they discuss the events of the night of the music, when she bumps into a boy (my character). He drops his flute which, whilst she doesn’t recognise the instrument for what it is, his reaction is enough to clue her into the fact that he is at least connected to the events of last night.
He flees but she manages to catch him due to the fact that he is new to the town and doesn’t know his way around like she does. Um... For now I think that should be enough, we’ll see where things go from there.
*Just a note: I don't actually study music or anything like that, so I will understand none of your technical terms for all those musicians out there.
Two Sides of One Coin
This is.rarher interesting. I'm game