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1 week ago — 0 notes
Anonymous said:

The girl gasped at the image of Andrew Ketterly upon her screen and slowly her mouth twisted into an uncontainable grin. It was perfection. /Utter/ perfection.

Well this utter perfection can be auditioned for, you know. 

-W 

2 weeks ago — 2 notes
Anonymous said:

Hello everyone! I dont know if anyone still remembers me, but its Erikka! I rped for Emerald? I just wanna know how everyone's doing and I missed all of you so much! -Erikka

Aww hey mama! How are you doing? Everyone say hi! 

-W 

2 weeks ago — 5 notes
Swanwhite and Irmingild are on hiatus
3 weeks ago — 1 notes

hate to do this but can i have a hiatus again? i don't wanna leave the rp but I have no time to roleplay at all right now, i don't even have time to breath (haha, joking, but close to be true) thanks!! :)

Please. Breathe. Do you need a youtube video on how to—I mean. Yes, you can take a hiatus~ Take care~

-R

Digory Kirke is on hiatus

3 weeks ago — 3 notes

nrpmasterlist:

Fravardin of Great River, Narnia || River God || 2550 || FC: Julian Richings || OPEN

Aslan, I beg of you—please continue to watch over Narnia. Oh, Narnia, Narnia. How I love and despise you.

BIOGRAPHY: 

Fravardin is a river god of the Great River, the central waterway of mainland Narnia which begins from the Garden in the Western Wild, flows throughout the land, and ending at the Great River Delta. Because this body of water is extensive, there are many river gods occupying it, but Fravardin is the only one considered as the father of all water spirits in Narnia. He is one of the few that has seen Narnia from its creation to its present day; he watched Aslan give life to Narnia and he guarantees that he will witness the time when Aslan brings everyone to his Country.

While this river god has seen and experienced everything along with Narnia, he does not brag about it. More often than not, he actually laments over his longevity. He declares that time is cruel for although it brings great happiness, it spreads tragedy and grief along with it. Every disaster that befalls Narnia weighs heavily in his heart and over time, he begun to show signs of weariness. With each new misfortune, no matter how trivial it may seem to others, Fravardin sinks deeper in hopelessness until he could no longer will himself to fight for the land he loves. As the first river god, he holds immense power and influence, but he would now rather sleep to elude any more events that might further break him apart. The once spirited and benevolent defender of Narnia is now a soft-spoken river god that could not even break a bridge that imprisoned him during the Telmarine Age. Many say he only comes out of his river in the presence of children, a sign that he still has hope for Narnia’s future.

Fravardin is one of the members of Aslan’s Council during Narnia’s first years.

RELATIONSHIPS: 
  • Shiri- Fellow river spirits of Great River 
  • Eilamat - Fellow member of Aslan’s Council
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Time to open your askbox for headcanon and drabble starters!
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4 weeks ago — 0 notes

nrpmasterlist:

Issarat of Tashbaan, Calormen || Daughter of Eve || 23 || NRP OC || FC: Tanaya Beatty || OPEN

Tch. In the holy name of Zardeenah, do not touch me.

BIOGRAPHY: 

A die-hard romantic with a penchant for meat and plush toys, Issarat is quiet, only speaking when needed. Despite what others may label her as, along with that fact that she prefers to be referred by female pronouns, Issarat claims to have no gender since women are a symbol of weakness, something that must be protected, and men are despicable and impure—she actually claims that simply touching them gives her hives.

Standing at just 4’09” (1.45m), Issarat is always with the Tisroc’s many wives and palace maidens. Wherever they go, from the insides of palaces to being carried in litters, she’s there. Trailing after them, lingering in the shadows—those are her places. It is only when someone touches (unintentional or not) one of the women would she move to the front and, relying only on using the assailant’s weight to her advantage (much like Earth’s Aikido, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, and Krav Maga), defeat the so-called threat. Although the public deemed her as female, Issarat was nevertheless given the important position of being the guardian for the Tisroc’s many wives. Having nothing to call her own but this immense responsibility, Issarat is thorough with her job and as long as she’s around, no man but the Tisroc can come within five feet of any woman under her protection.

Never having a female palace guard in decades, this almost unheard-of situation started when Issarat’s family sold her to the Tisroc’s palace at a young age. From there, she worked and was frequently dispatched between positions due to her diligence. Already experiencing the jobs of a house cleaner, cook, gardener, and even butcher by the age of fourteen, there was little to no argument when Rabadash’s elder brother, Irmingild, took her in as a personal slave, but what the palace residents didn’t know was Irmingild had specific, dangerous plans for Issarat. In the safety of her “master’s” bedchamber, Issarat learned self-defense amongst other things like reading, writing, and observing another’s actions.

Everything happened quickly. Using Issarat’s reputation amongst the palace servants, Irmingild convinced the Tisroc to let Issarat guard his wives by using lines like “a woman shall not defile your possessions” and “you are in the power to boil her alive if she proves to be of little use.” Issarat, needless to say, proved her worth. Soon enough, four other females (of different backgrounds) were brought in to be trained as guards. According to the man Issarat still addresses as “Master,” all went according to plan.

RELATIONSHIPS: 
1 month ago — 3 notes via nrpmasterlist
Time to open your askbox for headcanon and drabble starters!
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1 month ago — 1 notes

Urijah of the Seven Isles || Daughter of Eve/Dryad || 18 || NRP OC || FC: Imann Hammam || OPEN

…if she pulled your hair tell Maeve. I’m working on something important. …go! 

She is an individualist first and last. She values his own liberty but doesn’t strive to protect others’ freedom. She avoids authority, resents restrictions, and challenges traditions. At times she is motivated by a desire to liberate others, or a desire to make those different from herself suffer. Unpredictable she may be, but random she is certainly not. She is not as likely to jump off a bridge as to cross it, and all her actions have thought behind them.

She believes good and evil are complementary balance arms—and therefore walks in the middle way, and carries no banner other than her own. Her ideals may be dangerous when it seeks to eliminate all authority, harmony, and order in society—however, they do not. She just wants to be left alone, with her loom and thread. She wishes to experience a better, more authentic, more fulfilling life, but she does so best from reading, meditating as she crafts, and relaying her newfound convictions to her pet goat. 

Though she loves her room which is on the highest point of the home she shares with her sisters, she detests for that tower door to be locked or shut. She wants the opportunity for physical freedom, but prefers indoors. 

She is the Weaver—the woman with the balanced management of life and taking all things in moderation, by the means of maintaining steady progress in her journey of enlightenment. She might share her beliefs with her sisters, though none of them are very curious, and, once she is very passionate, has a mystical and off putting way of speech. At her best she is perceptive, receptive, calming and at peace with the world. On the other hand she prefers to dissociate from conflicts that do not interest her and indifferently withdraw, acting via inaction.

Like the moon may often inspire and enchant, so may she. If she cared, she could illuminate to her audience a sense of who they are and who they might become. But, she does not. 

RELATIONSHIPS: 
1 month ago — 1 notes