Auditioning for a main character role

             The audition itself is easy. All you need to do is write a brief essay
                  in the style of the character you want to play. It hasn't got to be a novel;
           but it should be long enough to give me an idea of your writing skill.
  Auditions will be judged on:

 

  1. Technical skill. Spelling and grammar do count. 

                                                  
                          2. Creativity. Your essay can be anything from a journal entry, to a
                          letter to a friend. Use your imagination-- and have fun!

           It should be noted that this is also true for gameplay overall. While
              I don't intend to edit posts to the list, I do expect players to exercise
                their judgment in posting.

 

Original or 'Created' Characters


              Obviously, if you want to play an original character---and please, feel free to--you have only to
              go to the Character Creation page, copy+paste it and fill the sucker out.  Once approved it's probably a good idea to post the character's profile to the list. There's a 'Files' section where you are more than welcome to post it, and eventually I will get all the profiles on this site. This will give other players an 
                idea of what your character is like. If you are given a canon role, you may still want to play an original character. It's all up to you. 

At the moment, there is no cap on original characters, so feel free to submit one. We're always looking for baddies!   Also, there are many, 
canon characters that can be a lot of fun to play and don't have to be limited to the confines of the
episodes (or episode) they appeared in.

                   

   Auditions are currently being held for canon characters.

                        All submissions must be made via private e-mail, to eisdamme@tampabay.rr.com and  brendalange@yahoo.com

 Auditions sent to the list will be automatically disqualified.

Thanks for your time,
+Eisdamme+ and Rhi