ISMA is a fantasy RP set in the world that the Magical Workers Union of ISMA has in effect taken over. The majority of peoples that exist within this place are members of ISMA, as well as some in "rural" planes and those who have been summoned in against their will to fight for their new master. There is room for anyone to be present within reason.
Set in a distant future, Demon's Broken Promise is based the idea that humans and demons once lived together in peace and harmony until the treaty had been broken; now demons retreat to a place known as Haven in hopes for safety and security. The world is ever changing and growing only with the help of the players.
The Scarletverse is the name loosely used for modern sci-fi/fantasy stories and roleplays set in the city of Newport. A city full of superpowered crime and the mafia-like organization of The Scarlet Five. The Scarlet Five are facing conflict with another group of semi-powered individuals, The Opposition. There are secrets and lies in every alley and they are not the only powers looking for control of one of the biggest cities in human history.
The world of Spectral has many creatures from today's world and the mega-fauna of the Pleistocene era. It's a semi realistic world. Things that are in this role-play include talking animals, animals with unique coloring and markings that happen outside of nature along with logical thinking. Multiple Characters are allowed but are not required.
Fandom Roleplay: The Convergence series is a fandom multiverse where death, deceit, and despair reign supreme. As universes begin to converge, beings from across dimensions band together to solve the mysteries of their reality.
Pretty much everyone knows that you cry when cutting onions, but do you know why your eyes weep? Onions have an amino acid that releases and turns into a sulfuric gas when cut and wafts into your eyes. The eyes react to the gas as it hits them and triggers tears to try to wash out the acid. Yep, onions are gassing you with acid when you cut them! And I thought onions were bad before.