My name's Alviss, living in Cave Creek, AZ. I'm 5' 10" and 188 lb.s I have green-grey eyes, light brown hair, and a semi-atheletic build, but I'm a pretty average guy. I'm told I have an overactive imagination...but it helps me in my writings. I want to be an astronomer and a fantasy writer.
I'm a follower, but I'm not afraid to voice my thoughts and opinion and will do so if I sense that something isn't right.
I seem to have an easier time making friends with women then men...Not that I mind. I'm very philosophical about life at reasons for doing things, often to the point of it annoying my friends. I tend to sort of phase out and stare off into space when I'm thinking, or so I'm told. I love helping people, and won't stand for someone doing wrong. I also tend to be either of the two extremes, depending on the day and time. I can either overthink things, or jump right in without considering it at all. I don't like to get involved with other people's problems, but will help someone without a second thought if they so need it. I hate seeing sad faces, and will use everything in my power to preserve the happiness of those close to me. Call it compassion, call it selflessness or selfishness, call it what you will. I am only human.
IMPORTANT!! For rp's, I have three, and only three, policies:
1) Be literate. Please people, for the love of all that is good and sane, capitalize names and new sentences, use quotation marks for character speech, and NO CHAT SPEAK. Say "you", not "u". say "sorry", not "sry". Say real words, PLEASE.
2) Use third person omnicient posts. This is like writing a novel.
3) If we start an rp, please be sure to go through and at least reach a point where we can say it's over. If you get bored with the rp, please pm me so I at least know why you stop replying. It's rude to just quit without telling your roleplay partner.
Other than those three things, I'll do practically any type of rp that the imagination can cook up.
"People often question what it means to live, and what it's like to die. People often ask themselves if there's a god. These are pointless questions, ones that have no answer but the one spoken by the individual. To live is a different experience for every person. An accountant could not possibly know what the life of a soldier is like unless he himself lives that life. Someone who dies in their sleep will never know what it is like to die in a fire, because we only die once. Finally, the living will never know if there is a god, because we do not see any "god" untill we die, at which point we know nothing. The lesson? Humans are fools."
Men look at the world around them and ask, "Why?"
I dream of that which never was and demand, "Why not?"