who for? and just work at it. i was really bad with activity, but lately we’re super active, so it won’t be as difficult.Nora. But I only have three things filled in so is there anyone you want really badly? :3 Ooh, okay then you can expect an application from me soon ♥
I kinda wanna apply for spellcraft again but I don’t want to go inactive again sigh
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Bran does research on… Writing Horror
As that time of year rolls in, I thought that many authors would want to try scaring their friends. Of course, these articles should help you year round! Hold onto your witch hats because your writing is about to get terrifying…the good kind!
TW: BLOOD, GORE, HORROR
a royalrph psd;Character PSD 002 — Simplicities
As the name states, a simple, vintage-esque PSD.
The horrors of World War Two are barely over, but America is already starting a new war at home.
Everyone is going to be affected, be it the rich and famous or the everyday worker. Watch your back, hold the phone, and keep your mouth shut.
Who ever thought this would happen in Hollywood?
Welcome to Red and Black, a brand new historic roleplay set in the Hollywood of the Cold War.
JOSEPHINE LOVELACE / TWENTY-SIX / VOODOO WITCH / FC: NAYA RIVERA / OPEN
”She’s the closest thing to royalty this city will ever see. That is if you ever manage to actually see her.”
Josephine Lovelace was born within a bloodline that had set her destiny for her. As the distant relative of Marie Laveau, who had once been the voodoo queen of New Orleans, Josephine was meant to eventually hold the same title. When she was born, her grandmother was still queen. The family lived in an old and vast estate on the outskirts of town, living like old royalty. The voodoo coven acted as servants of the queen, and while she had a reputation for being dark and dangerous, she was often beloved by the voodoo witches for her guidance and assistance to members of the coven. The coven treated her like a thing of royalty, waiting on her hand-and-foot at all hours of the day. When she was young Josephine marveled at their commitment and loyalty to her grandmother. However, only as she grew older did she notice just how little time her grandmother had to herself. Marie Laveau was a distant woman, and Josephine came to understand why with age.
Her grandmother was known as a helpful woman, but rarely did she ever show sympathy for others. She’d send you on your way with your problems solved and not another word. Josephine adopted this dismissive attitudes, and it was why she was named queen when her grandmother died rather than her mother. Josephine’s mother was a wild woman who was just as dark as her grandmother; she acted on impulse and her grandmother always resented her daughter for that. Josephine, on the other hand, was wise and distant just like her grandmother, so at the age of twenty-one Josephine was named voodoo queen. However, her grandmother’s distant nature kept her from knowing much about her, and Josephine wasn’t as similar to her as she thought.
After becoming queen Josephine released the voodoo coven. It wasn’t out of kindness or thinking that they’d been treated like the help for far too long. No, Josephine was more selfish than her grandmother thought she was. All the girl wanted was her privacy, and that came at the cost of losing control of the coven. There are still those who keep the old ways and remain loyal to her, but many of them have gone off to practice on their own. Josephine does not support the popular idea among Voodooists that witches should rise above and rule mankind. She’d much rather keep to herself in her dusty and disheveled estate.
Few people know anything about Josephine, at least anything that’s actually true. Plenty of rumors spread around the town about the Voodoo queen, but there’s so much being said that it’s difficult to know what’s really true. Some say she likes to lure people into her home so she can kill them and bathe in their blood, but that’s only partially true. The life of a distant queen can be lonely, and while Josephine is never one to allow herself fall in love, she’s taken to luring men and women alike into her home for a night. Of course, she never invites the same person twice. She likes her privacy above all else, and she can’t help but relish in the curiosity it breeds among the people. The woman is wise, there’s no denying that, but she doesn’t seem to help people as much as her grandmother does. Only when people have exhausted all other resources does she even bother coming down from her throne.
Date of Birth: July 23, 1984
Hometown: New Orleans, Louisiana
Occupation: Voodoo Queen
a royalrph psd;Character PSD 001 — Irene Adler
Recommended for murder roleplays, but of course, the text can be changed to your liking.
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Lately, I hear people saying ‘that roleplay looks great but I’m way too intimidated by it’. I feel like people needed to be reminded as roleplayers, we’re seeking to grow and learn as writers. To develop our abilities in playing a wider range characters. If you see a roleplay that you really like and want to apply for, you ought to apply for it! It’s really hard as an admin to hear because you put so much effort and time into your roleplay that people aren’t applying because they think it’s fantastic. If for whatever reason you don’t get accepted, don’t be discouraged! Message the admins and find out why? There’s nothing to say they won’t tell you the truth and constructive criticism is the only way to learn! And once you know why, there’s no harm in trying again!