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I've risen from the coffin to search for people to do 1x1 RPs with yet again :^)
Greetings and salutations, comrades. My name is Fabreeze/Fabreezy.
I am a 23-year-old female freelance artist and stay-at-home wife from the United States.
My first experience with RP was when I was 9, on an old kids' forum run by a lovely couple during
an age when warrior cats and edgy wolf OCs were all the rage. I've continued to RP on and off throughout
the years ever since, with a growing interest in improving my writing and storytelling skills as a whole.
I'm pretty sociable, and one of my favorite aspects of RPing with people is the OOC back-and-forth conversations
about character development and plot progression. I also really enjoy funny headcanons and meme-ing around
on occasion as well.
I do tend to be a little more private about other aspects of my life and interests, but I'll open
up pretty quickly if I feel we vibe really well together and I can see us being friends. ^^
I don't have difficulties writing any particular settings/character archetypes that I can think of, and I have a laundry
list of pre-existing characters and world settings I like to mess around with and create variations of. Making stuff
up from scratch is fun too, though.
Other than that, some of my other interests include;
-Vocal synths(vocaloid, cevio, synthv, utau, etc)
-Horror((big fan of scary games, and I have been listening to creepypasta/scary story narrations regularly since around 2013))
-Orchestral music & Composing(sometimes I like to make character themes, y'know)
-Fantasy such as LOTR, The Chronicles of Narnia and The Last Unicorn
Anyways, if I've managed to pique anyone's interest, feel free to send a DM my way! I don't bite, I swear ;^D ((Or do I? Who knows.))
Something to note is that I am a pretty religious person. I identify as Christion, though
I don't consider myself as belonging to any specific denomination. ((I've tried, but usually
end up disagreeing with some major doctrine. Rest in peace, me.))
Because of this, I am a fan of including Christian themes/symbolism in my works. However, I'm not
going to balk at the idea of writing for a polytheistic world, or including content based on other religions.
Generally speaking, my religious preferences have never been a problem--but I do understand it can be
a sore topic for some, and so I feel morally obligated to warn those in advance who might not
even want to bother with it for one reason or another.
On another note, please keep in mind that if something I'm writing about bothers you on any level, feel free
to let me know and we'll work something out. It doesn't matter if it's small or silly sounding, I will still
take it seriously.
Extreme violence or physical abuse
I try to keep things in line with RPnation's ToS. I've never been one to shy away
from writing about darker topics such as abuse, for example, but I try to approach these
topics in a sensitive manner.
The 'S' word
I'll be honest; I'm not a fan of what is labeled as 'mature content' these days. ((you know what I'm talking about))
I simply don't see the need to add that sort of content into my writing when we've gone
hundreds of years without it being shoehorned into every piece of literature. Plus, it's against RPnation's TOS.
What level of romance I'm comfortable writing will vary depending on the characters and who it is I'm writing
with((since my last time on this site, I've decided for personal reasons that I am not really comfortable writing
romantic content with male RP-partners. Sorry.))
Some occult stuff freaks me out, and some occult stuff doesn't.
The more 'heavy' and dark it is, the more I'll probably not want to engage.
Personally, I view it this way--if the story you want to write sounds like
the script to an Ari Aster film, I will politely decline :^) ((Midsommar and Hereditary
still make me nauseous thinking about them.))
Historically I've had a really hard time keeping up with this site and accidentally have ghosted people
due to IRL factors like my awful memory and sleep apnea making me a not-so-well-rested zombie, just
to name a few.
This year, however, I've finally snowballed back into writing and am pretty confident that I should be able
to keep up an RP for a decent amount of time.
If something comes up, I'll try to let you know--and if you end up ghosting me for some reason, no hard feelings.
As long as I can separate action from dialogue, we'll manage. Though, I do
prefer at least semi-experienced writers. ((I myself am attempting to get better at writing, so
finding someone else who is either at the same/higher level would be a bonus.))
I'm in the US, but feel free to contact me regardless of location. I go by US Central Time, or UTC-06:00.
Times in which I'm active fluctuate--sometimes I'm around during the day, and sometimes I'm up ungodly late.
If you read all of this, send 'I'm a good noodle' in your DM to me so I can give you a gold star
If you didn't read all of this, don't expect me to read your DM either ;p
I am a huge fan of fantasy(both traditional fantasy, grimdark, and modern fantasy), but I'll write in just about any setting.
I only write for FxM romantic pairings((it's just what I'm personally comfortable with)), and I tend to prefer original content
rather than RPs based on fandoms/pre-existing IPs. I couldn't really tell you what fandoms I'm comfortable writing in...I'm
happy to try just about anything, really. If it's from media I have never consumed, however, you'll have to be patient and
hold my hand for a while :'^) I'll still try, though.
If you're looking for extra brownie points, here's some things I really like;
- Semi-Detailed writing
- Somewhat regular responses((twice or more a day is great if you can. I tend to just keep going until I have to do something else, or the other person stops replying.))
- Complex bad guys and antiheroes
- OOC talk/planning
- Stories with a dark or serious overtone
- Unconventional romance stories
- Yanderes/obsessive love interests. I enjoy the way these scenarios can go from 'awww' to 'oh NO' at the drop of a hat.
Side note: it takes me a bit to get a new story concept 'broken in', so RPs might take a couple of replies before they start to get
Okay, so hear me out on this.
Personally, I'm not the type to write lengthy responses for RPs. That is to say, you shouldn't expect a novella from me. On average I write anywhere from 220-350 words per response, with 700-800 being on what I would consider to be the 'lengthy' side of things, and most of the time, not very common for me. However, these numbers can and will fluctuate depending on the following;
-How much dialogue between our main characters is being written((I find that long responses make going through even simple conversations drag on for an unreasonable amount of time, and I can lose quite a bit of steam here))
-The general mood/setting of the scene
-What information needs to be conveyed
-The average length of my RP partner's responses
I am not averse to trying to match my RP partner's average length, as I would probably feel bad anyway if I didn't at least make some kind of attempt to do so. I just happen to prefer shorter responses, primarily because I tend to reply multiple times a day.
In terms of Literacy, I think I'm OK. I was pretty terrible with grammar all throughout my school years and didn't really make the effort to improve((mostly for the sake of my writing))until I entered my twenties. Having said that, I still make mistakes at times, specifically with structuring my paragraphs. I am definitely guilty of including paragraph breaks when it feels right, even if it's not grammatically correct. :'^) Other than that I generally try to avoid things like using repetitive words/phrases, info-dumping, and describing unnecessary details((i.e, filler)).
Here's a small ((WIP))example of my writing style;
This can’t be happening.
The words echoed in Amelia’s head, desperate and pleading, though it did nothing to change the reality of the situation she now found herself in.
Having stopped by on her way home from work in order to drop off a few borrowed books, Amelia had been surprised to find the door to her friend’s apartment unlocked. Said friend, Caitlyn, was known to be rather particular about these sorts of things; the girl hated living alone, and it was important for her to feel safe there in the apartment. The idea that she would simply forget something like locking her front door was unheard of, though not enough to set off any alarm bells. Not yet anyway.
Inside, the apartment was still and quiet. Unsettlingly so. It was enough to keep Amelia rooted there in the doorway for several long moments before finally taking one, then two tentative steps forward. The floorboards creaked and groaned beneath her weight, uncomfortably loud against the heavy silence that permeated her friend’s home.
It wasn’t until she’d made her way to the short hallway leading to Caitlyn’s room that the smell hit her; a sickly scent mixed with copper that made the hairs on the back of her neck stand on end.