Hey! A shape shifter would be a great addition to the RP and I’m always interested in how other people portray them.
- Imprinting — If they spend enough time around the animal to copy it then they imprint on it. Its really just them connecting with an animal that they want to shift into and it has to be done in person. So to shift into a lion, they would had to have spent some time with one, watching it and taking in its scent sort of thing.
- They’re imprinted with as many as you want! My character (Wyatt) when he first came in only had two because he was afraid. That’s all up to you. To us, there is no limit.
- They can smell werewolves, vampires, other shifters, demons — obviously not witches because they don’t give off a certain scent, but the others they can smell.
- On the full moon they shift into their ‘go to’ shift. All shifters have one, the one they use most or the one that for some reason they’re most in-tune with.
I hope this cleared up those questions and if you have more, Deer and I will gladly answer them :)
I want you all to wish our lovely Nivana a very big happy birthday!
We love you Niv and thanks for being an amazing roleplayer through thick and thin!
KARA!!! Yes that is absolutely fine, we’re so happy to have you back~
Sirens are nothing more than myth, creatures trapped in tomes and spoken about as if they never existed. Right?
The sweeping hurricane has brought with it a host of sirens, wistfully beautiful creatures that stalk to drowning streets of New Orleans in search of fresh prey. They cannot enter homes or buildings—— for that matter, they can’t set foot any where that does not keep them soaked in water. The rain is enough for now, the water level in the streets having risen waist high.
Anyone that steps outside risks being devoured alive. Sirens have very few weaknesses, despite being as mortal as humans. They move in shoals, have teeth like sharks and voices like angels. Hunters are unsure of how it works, exactly, but sirens have the ability to make their prey hear the person or people they desire most as if they are outside, calling for them.
And the more desperate a siren gets, the more likely the person they are mimicking will sound like they are in pain…
Absolutely, thanks for letting us know Sarah!
The current plot drop will not go into full effect until 12AM EST. So you have until then to figure out how your character got to where they are, and your’e free to post starters pre-storm. Or if any of you want to get a head start, feel free to do so as well. But once it hits, your character will only be able to talk to the people they are trapped with. To avoid any confusion, title your threads with the location of your character.
A task involving this plot drop will be posted some time tomorrow.
Most importantly, have fun! And feel free to plot with each other!
S O U N D T H E S I R E N S
A hurricane of biblical proportions has descended upon New Orleans, one that contests even Katrina in strength and size. Sunlight has been drowned out, leaving everyone to wonder whether it’s night or day. The levees are holding strong, but it’s not just the wind and rain the people of the city must worry about.
S o m e t h i n g is creeping outside. Something is screaming in the long night. Like a siren, pulling people from their homes into the flooded streets.
Will you be able to resist the sinister siren’s call?
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