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    Star Trek, Vampires, Dystopias, Dredd, DC Comics, Fables, Warcraft (Movie only), Handmaid's tale

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I'm looking for something inspiring that really motivates me to make some new stories. I feel like lately I've just been in a creative slump and I'm trying to get out of it this means I'll consider some of my unwanted genres but you will have to sell it.

 

Must Haves:

No word count (suggested word counts are still word counts)

Good rules

Interesting plot or setting.

I would love some wanted ads that have 2 or more IC connections if there are any.

 

Otherwise just pitch it at me sexy!!




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Dystopias you say? I have a post apocalyptic bunker society that's been flipped on it's head because of an earthquake that compromised its integrity. Now they get to learn how to survive in a world that hasn't seen people in a century! Our goal is to tell some really interesting stories, give members lots of opportunity to drive the plot and enjoy that sweet rp drama. We don't believe in word counts, write how much you want to write. If you like rapidfire, we'd love to start doing more of that! I like to think our rules are good - common sense stuff mostly. The idea of the site is to make people who are all very interconnected because its a small population so we'd be happy to pitch ideas to you to help get those connections if none of our existing wants appeal to you! Hope you'll consider us for a new writing home!

 

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In a dystopian future caused by a extinction level event, the few remaining humans live in secure bunkers. When one of these bunkers is compromised in an earthquake, a group of diverse individuals are left with no choice but to try and survive in a world turned against them. Cut off from their family and friends they face radiation, solar flares and very strange wildlife. With many twists and turns in their future, there's no telling what might develop. Join their story on radio silence.

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I like the site but I'm currently trying to figure out a way to fit characters in. I am still looking.

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At Never-Ending Stories, we're set up like a bunches of different sites (games) all on one Jcink forum. I'd like for it to have more activity than it does, but, ya know. We have a Teen Wolf: Burnt skies, with werewolves and supernatural creatures. An AU Supernatural: Crossroads. Hollows Ever After based on the book series by Kim Harrison. There is Firefly and Pacific Rim. And then Whispers Into Screams that is a bit loosely based on TWD and the book The Stand while Off the Grid is a bit like Wayward Pines, but without the 'future' aspect.

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I'll look at it @Blondie I haven't done a Panfandom site and I'll be honest I've never seen either of those werewolf shows so I would be hard pressed to jump into a fandom about them but I will still look to see.

 

Thank you dear!!

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Hello! I'm Reule, and this is my first comment on the Citadel--

 

In all seriousness, Innocent Bones is a fairly new (opened April 17th 2021) site with a small but growing member base. We're an original modern fantasy site that does include a magical university as part of our lore, however it's certainly optional (and located within a large fictional city, so everyone can plot and write in the same locations). We're a no word count, 18+ site. Our activity rule is per member instead of per character, with one post every 10 days (including shipper replies and communications threads).

 

We also just today added werewolves! They're listed in the handbook under the nonhumans tab, in the shifters section.

 

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Good luck finding what you're looking for! If you think we might be a good fit, we're located over at innocent bones.

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Thanks @reuwille I appreciate you sharing that with me but there are too many rules there that I won't join with! Good luck!

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Howdy Morrigan! I'm here with werewolves, and vampires, and a community so ravenously friendly it might frighten you.

 

Quick basics: Passing Strange is a 3-3-3 modern supernatural site set in a fictional Colorado city. No word count, and we think our rules are pretty darn good!

 

We have a hefty pile of adoptables, including some requests for werewolves to join the existing pack.  (And if you're down for other were-critters, there's lots more where that came from.) But in general, we're very quick to leap into open threads and party with new folks, so even if none of the established adoptables speak to you, you won't be left hearing crickets instead of finding people to write with. 

 

Hope to see you on the site, or else soon in a home you heckin' love!

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It looks interesting. I'm not super into dice mechanics. I see their merit but have been pretty meh in how they control collaborative writing. Let me look into it more when I'm not brain addled by being in the sun all day.

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I definitely feel that. I came from over a decade of writing without dice, and when I first came to a site with them, I felt very mehhhhh about the concept. 

 

For how we use them, if you and a writing partner didn't want to use dice for combat, for example, there would be no sweat about that! Dice in combat add randomness and help take the feeling away of "Am I being fair if I let this hit? Should their character have hit mine?" and we find greatly reduces combat anxiety. But if two players agree they'd rather write a combat scenario totally without rolling, power to 'em! 

 

Writing with combat dice myself, I've had a ton of fun watching unexpected twists and turns unfold and working with the other player to nail down injuries and consequences. I definitely get the fear of some loss of freedom there, but I think it personally gave me a different kind.

 

For use in were/vampire shifting, it's more case by case. If a player had their werewolf always out doing super stressful stuff and never shifting or rolling to shift, we'd probably check in. (The threat of turning into a giant animal in public is part of the spice of life, heheheh.) But if a player prefers not to roll, but instead mindfully works that werewolf life struggle and the occasional loss of control in, no dice needed. 

 

The only place dice are required is for vampiric suggestion against other player characters. It's such a powerful ability that we do like the dice to temper it. 

 

Phew, I think that's everything. If you see any other specific use cases that make you like "ehhhh," feel free to let me know. I understand those feels deeply.

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