Hello everyone. My name is Masque452 but you can just call me Masque.
I'm 20, college student majoring in English. My goal is become some type of writer, hopefully a screenwriter or a published author.
My two muses are Vampires and Superheroes. My Vamps are always the bloody evil sort who don't give a crap about anyone but themselves. My Superheroes are more like me, a dreamer with problems they have no clue how to fix but are too worried about others to focus on their personal crisis.
I write stories and screenplays in my creative free time. I also like to dress up as a superhero and fight crime and make people smile.
I also roleplay as well. whee
That's me. Here's my fun little profile. See ya guys around!
All About the Roleplays
This section is exactly what the title says. All about the roleplays. I am mostly on Gaia to roleplay. Signed up and joined to roleplay. So let's get down to business on the topic of roleplaying.
General About Me Facts
~I consider myself advanced literate or lazy advanced literate. It depends on what I have in front of me to work with. Sometimes I have excellent partners who give me so much to work with that I can churn out 1,000+ post. And then there's other times when my partner only gives me so much and I can only return so much. With that said on average my posts range between 450-600+ words. And no, my posts are not just long ramblings. I focus a lot on character development and plot structure. Every word must count when it comes to writing. I strongly believe that. So every word I post I believe is useful and helps move the plot forward and develops my character.
~I will happily roleplay through private threads and PMs. Gaia roleplays stay on the Gaia site. Never ask me to roleplay off site. I will say no.
~I favor yuri based roleplays. Why? Because I love them. I adore them. Not all roleplays have to involve romance (though I do enjoy those subplots) but I will only roleplay yuri romance.
“What a writer has to do is write what hasn’t been written before or beat dead men at what they have done.” — Ernest Hemingway