Hello one and all, my lovelies. I am not afraid of the things that go bump in the night, nor the monsters that seem human, or the humans that seem monstrosities.
I am eager for some mutation or cybernetic roleplays, ones including mutants, androids, so on and so forth. Mainly, my interests are:
I prefer playing Rogue, but don't mind being Logan. I am fine with almost every other character, but those are my top two. As you can probably tell from that, my favorite pairing is Rogan, but again, I'm fine with anything-- even OC's, so long as they aren't Mary/Gary Sues.
That's right, Dark Angel up in here.SpoilerI feel that the last season, ending in Freak Nation, could have been done better. There is a point in the show where she could be living, past that, in a hallucination brought on by the interrogators. I hope that that can be the case in any RP based off of this that you and I might do, if you choose this one; if not, that's fine, Freak Nation it is.
Generic Android + Human
Advanced cybernetic entity with human personality, usually misunderstood, etc etc, falls in love with / befriends / kicks ass alongside human partner, or even betrays them. I'm fine with any to all variations on this idea.
Fallout (3 + New Vegas, especially)
Nuclear wasteland? Check. Mutated creatures? Check. I like 'em all. Any variations, again, are fine with me, mostly. Did I mention that I love the apocalypse scene?
Generic monster/mutant story
Monster/mutant of some kind, human, fight / love / befriend / whatever else your lovely minds can think of.
Apocalypse of another kind
I love the Walking Dead and Left 4 Dead 1/2. Zombies? Nuclear? Rabid monsters? Triffids? (Thank you John Wyndham.) If you have a favourite apocalypse, mention it.
This one isn't really any of the above, but... Avatar!
I'm talking James Cameron here. Blue alien people. Gotta love it-- I do!
So now that I have your attention, ladies and gents, and do keep in mind that I want realistic characters (even if their existence is currently unrealistic), let me speak up a bit about myself in hopes to blatantly and successfully seduce you into my lair of doom and evil a roleplay that I'm sure we will both enjoy.
I am not extremely picky, but I will express some prejudice: I would prefer it if you had a mic, do not squeak, and -holds breath- are male. Now allow me to explain: I do not give a rat's ass realistically if you're a girl. Hell, girls can be the most fun. But being one myself, I tend to find men's voices a bit more soothing and easy on the ears, and I have a very low tolerance for squeaky or high pitched voices as I am very prone to headaches and migraines when I hear them. I apologize if I've offended any of the fine men or women out there. You do not need a mic, and if you squeak you're free to go without, but I like being able to talk to my friends, you see. I will also request, the way I didn't request gender, that you are at least eighteen and mature. While I am not too concerned with RP content, it would ruin my whole day if someone that wasn't mature enough heard a joke and got me in trouble somehow, and even more so if I ended up talking to a very young person whose parents saw my chat and decided to phone the police. Oh, and you have to have Skype.
I am a twenty year old female living in Ontario, Canada. My name, as far as I am willing to announce it to the internet, is Marie, which is my middle name. Either that or my user-name is acceptable. My main reason for being so heavy-handed is that I've grown far less tolerant of nonsense over the years. I want this to go well, to be right, the first time.
Growing up in the 90's has exposed me to some brilliant minds, such as Ryan Stiles and Colin Mocherie. They gave me a healthy appreciation for fast-paced improv and comedy in general, and that in turn gave me an appreciation of dark humour and dry wit (both of which are beautifully portrayed in Portal and Portal 2, my favourite games for PC. Oh, GLaDos, how my family loves to hear me yell at you). As such, I have grown to enjoy subtle, dark things as well as my staple of fantasy/adventure/comedy movies, which has grown to include a few thrillers; I also enjoy creepypasta and things such as Slenderman.
I enjoy the types of things most people would call gross but fascinating, in the sense that any mental processes are gross but fascinating. Or perhaps I should refer to them as disgusting, or undesirable. The kind of it's-a-car-crash-it's-horrible-but-I-can't-look-away reaction to a particularly creepy bug, for instance, or the events and beliefs that must be in place for someone to go from charming to abusive all while believing themselves a protector and a saint, or to make them completely snap and believe they are anything, anyone, anywhere, or anywhen other than what/who/where/when they are in reality, so much as we know what reality is.
I tend to retreat into my computer whenever life gets too tough. Before I had the computer, I had books-- no, novels. I was the first of my age group (in my peers anyway) to correctly spell 'hospital', and at seven years old I read Ye Olde English version of Robin Hood and enjoyed every minute of it... my parents were surprised I could even understand it. My record currently for reading Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire is two hours without stopping. My mind gets so caught up in reading that it forgets to tend to such things as breathing... it is well known that when I read I am prone to making odd noises as, at random intervals or sometimes constantly, my breath gets hitched in my throat and very laboured as it is purely involuntary instinct that forces my lungs to inflate and deflate enough to get oxygen through my system, rather than the conscious habit that usually happens in the background (for we do consciously breathe quite a lot, it's only when we sleep that we truly breathe without thinking about it, even if we aren't aware of it when we do... or rather, are so aware of it that we forget about it). Or at least, that's my opinion. Either way, I have given my mom quite a few scares and she has had to speak quite loudly to get my attention to see if I was alright.
Every time I mistype a word I feel it like an eyesore when I realize it's there. When I see a word for the first time I have to make doubly sure that I've looked it up to get the right spelling, for if I get the wrong spelling when I cement the word in my mind, my internal spell check will run it through my processors and I will forever spell it wrong.
I absolutely adore the color purple (the literature is also quite nice) although my favourite color isn't a color, but a tint: black. I usually say my specific shade of purple to be easier on those that will usually spout "that's not a colour!" whenever I say black.
Erm, yes. I think that's about it, I can't really think of much more. I mean, that isn't really all of my personality: if I was to do a self-character sketch there would be far more there, as this is more 'what I'm like' than 'what/who I am'. Still, my personality should be have a little left for you to find out about yourself... after all, what's the point of getting to know someone you already know?
Here's to hoping I get some fresh meat replies. I'll take on as many RP partners as I feel I can handle. See you on Skype!