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"For 'tis your thoughts that now must deck our kings,
Carry them here and there; jumping o'er times,
Turning the accomplishment of many years
Into an hour-glass: for the which supply,
Admit me Chorus to this history;
Who prologue-like your humble patience pray,
Gently to hear, kindly to judge, our play."
-Shakespeare, Henry V

RP Threads:
Safe Haven (original)
Those Dreamy Eyes (original)
Into The Labyrinth (based on The Death Gate Cycle by Weis & Hickman)

To Join:
Do you wish to join the dance? Click on "Request to Join" and submit an application containing a sample of your role-playing skills, NOT a character sheet. Use any of the following scenarios for your sample:

Sample Scenarios:
1. Your character encounters a giant three-eyed pig on a cotton cloud. React. :-p
2. You and your friends have been walking in the forest when you are suddenly ambushed by a group of thugs. They seize everyone, holding you each in an arresting position while the leader determines their next move and what to do with you. Your initial reaction to the situation is....

Use the syntax rules defined below. Your posts do not have to be lengthy prose-ridden paragraphs - they must simply show some skill in character development and an ability to understand the scenario. Remember, sometimes less is more! Prose is nice, but if it obscures your actions, you won't be a very effective role-player....

Basic Syntax Rules:
1. Normal text or "text contained in quotation marks" is assumed to be a character's spoken words.
2. Italicized text is assumed to be a character's thoughts.
3. *Text in asterisks is assumed to be a character's actions.*
4. ((Text in double parentheses is assumed to be out of character (OOC) speak.))
5. Text in any other color is assumed to be a new character separate from your current one.
6. Please keep profanity to a minimum.
7. Please do not "God mod".
8. Use the third person present tense. (He/she and his/her NOT I/you and my/your)

Play well thy part, for therein lies all honor! - Thespian creed