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World Building / Creatures: Demons
« on: May 24, 2019, 09:15:52 PM »
This thread is meant for people to suggest types of demons for other people to play, or factions for them to join in on. Even if someone else has created a creature similar to an idea you have, you're still welcome to post here with your take on it; there's room for all kinds of creatures in this setting!

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World Building / Creatures: Spirits
« on: May 24, 2019, 09:15:06 PM »
This thread is meant for people to suggest types of spirits for other people to play, or factions for them to join in on. Even if someone else has created a creature similar to an idea you have, you're still welcome to post here with your take on it; there's room for all kinds of creatures in this setting!

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World Building / Creatures: Undead
« on: May 24, 2019, 09:14:34 PM »
This thread is meant for people to suggest types of undead for other people to play, or factions for them to join in on. Even if someone else has created a creature similar to an idea you have, you're still welcome to post here with your take on it; there's room for all kinds of creatures in this setting!

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World Building / Creatures: Fae
« on: May 24, 2019, 09:13:51 PM »
This thread is meant for people to suggest types of fae for other people to play, or factions for them to join in on. Even if someone else has created a creature similar to an idea you have, you're still welcome to post here with your take on it; there's room for all kinds of creatures in this setting!

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Profiles / Character Form
« on: May 24, 2019, 08:49:56 PM »
This is not a heavily moderated community with a difficult character application process. Instead, this forum is meant for you to store your characters' basic information to give other people an idea of plots you could work out or interactions that might be fun.

As such, you're welcome to give as much or as little information as you'd like. Our suggested character profile is extremely basic.

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[b]ESSENTIALS[/b]
[i]Name:[/i]
[i]Nickname[s]:[/i]
[i]Apparent Age:[/i]
[i]Occupation: [/i]

[b]APPEARANCE[/b]
[i]As long or as short as you'd like. If you have a celebrity faceclaim, also include that here![/i]

[b]PERSONALITY[/b]
[i]Some idea of what they're like with other people will help find good friendships or other interactions.[/i]

[b]IMPRESSIONS[/b]
[i]What might supernatural folks sense off them? What kind of vibe do they give off? What is a first impression?[/i]

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Rules / Forum Rules
« on: May 24, 2019, 03:43:01 PM »
Sidewise is intended to be an open world modern fantasy RP. Part of the intention of this forum is community participation; instead of creating restrictive rules and setting information, the hope is that each member will bring their own creative touch to the city of Tearnann, building it into something collaborative and exciting.

As such, the rules are extremely limited, to begin with. Please do not be aggressive, rude, or unkind to other users. As time passes, these rules may develop, grow, and become more involved.

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Information / Magical Abilities
« on: May 24, 2019, 01:04:24 PM »
The city of Tearmann is home to creatures of all kind, from the simplest of human beings to the most powerful of monsters and everything in between. Some have the simplest of magical abilities or none; others are pure magic, and could not exist without it.

Players are encouraged to play every level of character, and for the time being, there are no restrictions on what you can create. However, all characters on Sidewise will likely fall into one of these categories.

Please note: there are certain species that, for the time being, we would like to keep very rare and thus not active. These include Dragons, Phoenixes, and Gods from any religion.

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Information / Tearmann - The City
« on: May 23, 2019, 02:25:51 PM »
Tearmann is an old city: founded early into America's birth on the southeast coastline, the river that cut through its north end set it up as a perfect port city and lead to its thriving economy and accounts for its longevity. Even centuries later, it holds the skeleton of the city that once was; live oak lined roads, brick houses and cobblestone sidewalks, wrought iron fences and balconies, Victorian homes painted in soft pastels. Downtown, the new disappears into the old, modern businesses behind historic fronts.

As you get further from the river, however, the shape of the city begins to change. Where the rules and regulations that preserve the history of the city are loosened, skyscrapers and apartment complexes and sleek, modern glass buildings begin to take over. A second downtown spring sup and this one is dirtier, less scenic. Here are the commercial complexes, the strip malls, the gas stations and office complexes. Here, the hundred-and-more year-old trees are replaced with sparser, more manicured shrubs, the wild greenery replaced with concrete.

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