Hello! I'm 21 years old with quite the creative mind. Role playing and in general, writing, tends to be my creative outlet, and the creativity never ceases. I've been writing for as long as I can remember, but I only started writing with people when I was 11 years old. From there, my writing has grown and developed. I've learned that I'm particularly good at world building and character development. In fact, those are some of my favorite parts of writing. I'm fascinated in building governments, cultures, landscapes, buildings, peoples, and entire worlds. Here's a plus, I'll also draw the map. Four years of art classes really did something for my cartography!
I do prefer and would much rather write over google docs, since that gives an opportunity to edit each others' grammar and question what's been written. I'm rather critical and honest. I speak my mind, but I always give constructive critique. If I can't figure out how to put the words down better, then I've got nothing to say, nor would I have a place to.
My schedule is honky dorky and all over the place. I do full time online college, so it's all over the map. My reply speed may vary. That being said, as an immune compromised individual and an extrovert, I'm sort of stuck at home because of the COVID-19 outbreak in my area. I could really use an outlet! My response speed could vary from right now to a couple of days depending on how motivated I am by the plot.
I control my characters, and have a habit of over-analyzing characters. I like to question things that they do, why they do it, and purposes and yada yada. I'm quite socially apt, so a good portion of my characters tend to be as well. For some reason, I normally play male characters, but I'm quite certain that I play female characters better. Perhaps I'm just trying to improve my male character writing by playing them lots. I don't know. Then again, all my friends growing up played their own gender, and all my friends identified as female, and that just didn't sit with my OCD, so I ended up balancing it out with a crap ton of male characters. So there ya go. Little side story on that.
In terms of god modding... I hate when god modding occurs. My characters are mine to control. They have their own wills, choices, and thoughts. Even if it is something basic, I'd still rather write my character out myself.
I like to be writing at the same time as my buddy, but I'm totally okay to be more of a leisurely get on and respond when you can. I'm also okay to go a couple of days without writing. I am a busy person, with a life. But I will set time aside to write, if it be like, 5pm every Friday and Monday, or something random like that. Do it for an hour or two. Something controlled so that I still have a life other than work, school, and writing.
I don't do the constantly depressed thing. I understand it to begin with since it provides excellent character development, but if it continues forever, I start to get concern about my buddy's mental health. Nor do I do unreasonable and flat out crazy. Crazy drives me crazy!
I do not do mature content. I consider myself to be a clean writer in terms of content. Rated PG-13, if I were to put a rating to it.
Plots I'd Like
I struggle a bit with creating plots, so they're often a tad rough, so I'm hoping to find someone who can help me with that. I also have a tendency to lean more towards fantasy medieval politics (i.e. made up governmental systems and their politics; not real world politics) which is great an all, but I would like a bit more romance, action, and adventure! Something so thrilling that it would have me jumping out of my seat! Or so intense that I clench up inside! I'd also like something a bit darker, with a heavier side of... evil? I suppose? I never feel like I get enough of the bad guys, or they just aren't... genuine. Seriously, does every bad guy need to monologue? If they've got a captive that they're just gonna kill, then realistically, they should just kill them. I want realistic characters, and I want the possibility of death. Even if a player doesn't like it. If the character really would kill, then that's what the writer should write!