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 A New Rule Role Play

Discussion in 'Open Roleplays' started by Six, May 21, 2018.

  1. Six

    Six The master of Bananas!!!!! Member

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    The world is in ruins. The government wanted to create portals to travel to different dimensions. They made a mistake. Worlds collided. Dimensions shattered. The Earth turned to ruins. Power is unbalanced. Monsters lurk in the shadows. There is no such thing as safety.
    Demon OCs-Weakened by at least 25%. Lose 2 powers. Mortal (can die).
    Ghost OCs-Last of their kind. May be weakened.
    Human OCs-Can have powers. Not effected or weakened.
    Other OCs-can have powers. Not effected or weakened.
    Powers- Teleportation, Morphing, Speedporting (Super-speed using portals), Flying, Enhanced mechanical parts, Stopping time, fire, and breathing under water.
    Monsters:
    Sile-Fast.long and slender .Sharp teeth.
    Crand-Dog like creature.Slow.
    Dant-Fast.Faded look.claws and teeth.
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    Please join I am lonely.
     
  2. VampiricLily

    VampiricLily Wild Member Member

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    ((OOC I'm super new so pardon me if I goof this up or something))

    Dorothy woke startled, a loud crash outside her "window" having shaken her from her already weak slumber. There was no comfort in these parts, not here. Not when anything could happen if you closed your eyes for too long. She pushed herself up off the worn mattress and looked out through the hole filled with shattered glass where once, a luxurious but slender window must have been. The only thing that made the window worth Dorothy's interest is that it was too thin for anyone but a child to fit through. As far as she was concerned, if she kept this room locked, she would be as safe as she could be anywhere else.

    Nothing appeared outside the window. The city around her was quiet as a library after hours -- she couldn't make out any source for the crashing sound. There was only the usual mess of perpetually-smoking ruins (what was that about, anyway?), shattered glass, and the reek of desiccating flesh -- nothing was new here. She curled back up on her mattress and wrapped her arms around her bent knees, shivering a little as she worried what might be out there. She should be brave enough by now, certainly, having lived in this world since the collision and even before that, but she wasn't. She was entirely alone, and she wasn't sure she could handle it much longer.
     
  3. Ulrik Olafsson

    Ulrik Olafsson Wild Member Member

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    Ulrik gripped his fist tight angry at himself for stepping on the rusted pipe that rolled off into the clutter knocking over the small trash heap. The sound echoed against the surrounding buildings. He stood still then moved his bulky body deep into the shadows and away from the small window. He saw her small frame respond to the noise. He hoped that she would assume that is was some small vermin moving about. He stayed as silent as stone hoping that would assure her that there was nothing to fear. Moments passed and he shifted his weight on one foot to the other. His stomach growled loudly, he winced as the grumble came and went. He moved from the shadow wth the crow bar gripped tightly in his hand. He approached the door..
     
  4. VampiricLily

    VampiricLily Wild Member Member

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    Dorothy heard more sounds again -- this time a grumbling sound, like an animal defensive against a threat. She bolted upright again, no longer able to ignore whatever had roused her in the first place. If there was something outside there that was afraid, well, she ought to be afraid, too. She reached under her pillow and withdrew her knife, a long balisong with a black handle. She stood up and listened intently, hoping the grumble and growl would resolve to a whine, like a dog play-fighting. But it didn't. The single closet in her room was perfect for this occasion... She tucked herself in carefully and tried to breathe as silently as possible, waiting for the next sound.
     
  5. Ulrik Olafsson

    Ulrik Olafsson Wild Member Member

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  6. Ferralk

    Ferralk Wild Member Member

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    Neev's head jerked up, the cloud of sleep dissipating from his eyes instantly. The young boy was small and irregular, hunched to one side. His head was mostly bald, with only small tufts of stringy hair growing here and there. His clothes were more like rags, slung across his slender frame. He swiveled his large head to look towards the trash heap that had been knocked over, not so far from his own heap in which he'd been sleeping. At the sight of another being, crowbar clutched in hand, Neev slunk back and pressed himself against the wall of the building. He really didn't to get in a fight right now, or a chase, or anything. Fighting wasn't the boy's strong suit; neither was running, really, especially not here in the city. Neev could breathe under water and that was his only sanctuary; his lopsided body made running nearly impossible.

    As the figure moved away, Neev glanced up, eyes scanning for a possible escape route. His leg was still throbbing from where it'd been crushed beneath a slag heap a few days before; and he'd managed to find a decent amount of food out here. He didn't want to move very far from his spot, not right now anyway.

    The window just seemed like a good idea. Get inside, hide somewhere. Go through, see if there's any food or supplies to be found. Yeah, that made sense right? To the mind of a child it did, and he quietly hoisted himself up to the window, mindful of the broken glass. He sidled in, one side of his body and then the other; Neev grinned at the sight of the apparently empty room. Nice, nice. He lowered himself inside, crouching low so as not to be seen from the window, and slunk forward on almost silent, shuffling feet.

    The kid was silently congratulating himself when he heard it: growling, movement from outside the door.

    "Shit."
     

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