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Howdy! I am in desperate need of some experienced roleplayer(s) who like to put story and character interaction first and smut second. Gender has no bearing on how well someone roleplay's so it doesn't bother me what you identify as. I am however, only comfortable roleplaying as a man with the other roleplaying a woman, just cause I write best from what I know. I love character creation, world building and plot direction but I prefer something that feels natural and fluid, so I like for things to be driven by the character(s) and their interactions. I'm not looking for something specific in terms of genre or plot but I gotta have some sort of conflict or overarching narrative. I have a hard time being invested in short-term one-offs because not only do they lack meaningful conflict, they also don't make me feel very invested in the roleplay. It can be dark, light, slice of life or romcom or really anything, as long as there's some sort of overarching narrative/conflict. I gotta have that spiceyness to the rp for me to be invested and I very much enjoy creating things with my rp partners~, which also makes me feel more invested. Last but not least, I have a hard time replying to anything less than two paragraphs. Maybe it's just me but I rarely find single paragraphs or less to be reply conducive. Proper grammar, decent spelling and reply conducive para's is my kink ~ If you're an experienced roleplayer looking for something with more than just smut, if you like talking with your roleplay partner about the characters and progressing story, please feel free to send me an ecchitext! I will be eagerly waiting ^^
For Marick Valtore, it was the simple things in life that made him happy. Like being able to dominate or eliminate entire civilizations all by himself. Before the Templars he didnt need to bother with minions or champions, Marick and he alone sufficed. But this enemy is adaptable as every measure taken to ensure their ignorance only slows them down, nothing more. With every encounter they gather intelligence, consolidate and then produce a counter. And then the one particular, Taliah Silla. The obnoxious little brat had been an entertaining problem at best. At her worst she was an unforeseen threat, hidden deep within the magical forests of Tal Shanath. Marick left Tal Shanath with a publically incinerated king and the heads of all of their leaders vanished in an instant. Their world was left in rule of personally selected rulers and vassals with paid for armies to enforce the Law of Valtore. Taliah, she was the one to give it leadership once he was gone. In his absence she fostered free thought and rebellion. She developed underground syndicates with intelligence and structure. Her organizations lead propaganda campaigns as well as public revolts around the world. Before Marick had time to respond Taliah had already lead her people in a world wide coup. Their losses were severe but they gained the eternal protection and service of the Templars with Taliah now an Elite Captain of their ranks. She brought with her Valtore Industry technomagus and taught them lessons thought no one would be able to teach. Their war against Marick began with her. Marick also learned a few lessons after that, first; make your own soldiers before hiring interdimensional space pirates to do your dirty work. Two; To beat an elf one must be swifter than the elf. And three; the multiverse still holds a great deal of surprises. From the day she joined their ranks Taliah lead the charge against Marick and his assimilated worlds. Entire civilizations dedicated to the cultivation of exotic materials, exotic species or manas would go on to be liberated because of her. Destroying a group of Templars entirely and outright is a difficult task without even considering taking them all out, let alone Taliah's group. At the core the Templars are based from an interdimensional fortress locked inside the bubbles of nothing that exist between dimensions. In that space a plethora of reality altering magics give the Templars almost absolute awareness and control. From previous encounters Marick knows that they must have a means of instantaneously transmitting and receiving real time data from combat. If Marick wanted to end that elf upstart and her band of shit stains then he would need to sever their support. Despite all of this, what the Templars could never account for was more than one Marick. Anti-scrying magic or deeply hidden psychic routes that could take years to find or decipher can be cut down to a mere half a second when just two more Maricks appear. For every body Marick has on a single world the wizard is granted his own power folded upon itself for every extra body. The combination of different magics into new forms is limited by one body. It is impossible to combine a full fire spell with a full water spell with your own body, it would take reducing both spells and putting the two together at weaker levels to produce a strong whole, but that is changed with another body. The Templars were advancing upon his world with bravado, a new found confidence delivered to them over the last two decades because of this Elf. But their confidence is misplaced. Ignorant. In their hubris the Templars over stepped their limits, even if it was the smallest of inches, it was enough for Marick to exploit. Sure, the Templars were almost as Infinite as Marick is but, they are no Hive mind like the immortal wizard, nor is their awareness or knowledge as expansive as his. They have limitations. Marick would exploit this. On the Anniversary of Tal Shanath's invasion the mind wiped ancient Eldar Craftworld of Khal Adden-Kiam, The Heralding White-Flame, launched a surprise attack from the furthest corners of their world. Web-way gates hidden within mountains or deep under their seas opened wide for columns of flying hover tanks and sleek armored specialists from every Shrine of War the craftworld could offer. Slender Titans with distorting holofields that misplaced their positions to onlookers appeared without warning in the middle of Tal Shanaths population centers. Marick descended upon Tal Shanath through a pillar of fire that tore open the sky, its blazing maw bellowing the horns of war across. What should have been decades of preparation Marick completed in a second. 12 Marick's had converged upon Tal Shanath under the cover of layered magic. Layer upon layer of magic distorted their presence, creating the illusion of Random Mana Phenomons on Templar sensors and radar. In this created cover Marick gave himself the seconds of freedom needed to discover and destroy every Templar anti-scrying and scrying ward, every spacial-rift that locked Tal Shanath in place, every entrenched psychic pathway of communication. Any and all necessary defensive for an Invading Marick was overridden. The wizard could have plucked each part of their system out simultaneously but that could give the Templars the chance to study the method in the future. However, if a system is overloaded the only thing left behind is the origin of the short circuit and nothing more. As the hidden web way gates opened up for the invading fleets so too did their defenses fall. Tal Shanath was blind and alone now as each Marick set feet upon every landmass, their voices echoing in unison for all the hear. "Bring me Taliah Silla so those of you who still cling to life may keep it," Marick sneered, his brow furrowed deep by his fury. The wizard reached down, touched the grounds beneath his feets, and blinked Tal Shanath to the void. Not just any void though, no, it was Marick Valtores void. In it other troubelsome worlds like Tal Shanath were being dealt the same fate, their populations reduced to dust as their crust cracked and burned. The sky was now a twisting myriad of fuschia, violet and magenta and what was once stars in their skies were now other burning planets, their war torn homes for each to see. Now everyone would be taught a lesson.