Looking for 1x1 Partners

Dear Storyteller's Circle,

Hi! It's me! AeroStrike!

Back at it again with something much smaller scale and easier to manage than the overwhelming group role plays I have become so accustomed to stumble across these last few days, and I am aiming to start up some quiet 1x1 role plays, or something of a similar size, if anyone shows interest in a group role play (A smol one)

Anywho, I've been role playing for two short months, watching the end of a certain role play site, and finding new flourishing ones to take the place. I've been writing for a bit longer, but hopefully this thread gives you all a sense of how I write. Like it? Good!

What will I do in terms of role plays?

I won't really discriminate between different role play plots, as long as they seem solid and compelling. I'm adaptable, and work as good as I do with most other role plays, although I won't say how adept I am at role play, since I haven't really applied myself enough to get a proper sense of what I can do.

Genres

Like I said, I'm down for most things role play, but I do have a few preferences for genres. I typically write fiction, leaning a bit to fantasy and sci-fi. High fantasy or mythology keeps me interested. Apocalypse and other worldly things do the same. I love action in my role plays, and even more tragedy, despite how macabre that seems.

Things I like

I like playing piano and drawing, although I find that implementing those hobbies into role play is a bit mundane for a story. I like suspenseful role plays, descriptive replies, and I really love precise grammar...

Like, really, really, love precise grammar. Like, a few steps down from grammar Nazi. (I won't get too mad if you correct my grammar, but I won't call you out on it if you at least put a bit of effort forth. ^^)

I like most things that create tension in character, be it different outlooks on life, competition, or just disliking each other. I try my best to avoid the label 'Mary Sue' for my characters, and oft-times overcompensate, my characters sometimes too flawed and end up seeming like caricatures of real personalities.

All in all, I'm just looking to role play with someone to tell a story, create a world, and become lost in them.
 

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Dear Storyteller's Circle,

Hi! It's me! AeroStrike!

Back at it again with something much smaller scale and easier to manage than the overwhelming group role plays I have become so accustomed to stumble across these last few days, and I am aiming to start up some quiet 1x1 role plays, or something of a similar size, if anyone shows interest in a group role play (A smol one)

Anywho, I've been role playing for two short months, watching the end of a certain role play site, and finding new flourishing ones to take the place. I've been writing for a bit longer, but hopefully this thread gives you all a sense of how I write. Like it? Good!

What will I do in terms of role plays?

I won't really discriminate between different role play plots, as long as they seem solid and compelling. I'm adaptable, and work as good as I do with most other role plays, although I won't say how adept I am at role play, since I haven't really applied myself enough to get a proper sense of what I can do.

Genres

Like I said, I'm down for most things role play, but I do have a few preferences for genres. I typically write fiction, leaning a bit to fantasy and sci-fi. High fantasy or mythology keeps me interested. Apocalypse and other worldly things do the same. I love action in my role plays, and even more tragedy, despite how macabre that seems.

Things I like

I like playing piano and drawing, although I find that implementing those hobbies into role play is a bit mundane for a story. I like suspenseful role plays, descriptive replies, and I really love precise grammar...

Like, really, really, love precise grammar. Like, a few steps down from grammar Nazi. (I won't get too mad if you correct my grammar, but I won't call you out on it if you at least put a bit of effort forth. ^^)

I like most things that create tension in character, be it different outlooks on life, competition, or just disliking each other. I try my best to avoid the label 'Mary Sue' for my characters, and oft-times overcompensate, my characters sometimes too flawed and end up seeming like caricatures of real personalities.

All in all, I'm just looking to role play with someone to tell a story, create a world, and become lost in them.
I'm open for a rp, if you're still open for one!
 
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