This role play where be where our characters join an academy (P.R.A.), and the way we join we show off one of our skills. You don't have to be an elf, most of this academy is humans, so your character might get bullied if you are an elf. The P.R.A. teachs our characters how to fight, face fears, and train to become the academy's warriors. Only people who are popular are the ones who are worst and don't care much about anyone. So if you want to be popular, you have to be mean. And no one cares if you're a Vacker.
This role play will close on 31 of October.
Name: Audra Fern(human)
Age:(must be older than 14) 16
Style: loose shirts, black leggings, messy buns, chain earrings
Appearance: silver-blue eyes, wavy ombre hair (white to red), knowing smiles, skinny, tattoos on her hands, geometric tattoos on her shoulder and neck.
Personality: annoyed easily, friendly, will sanp your neck if you cross her
Name: Shinso Hitoshi (rapidly reuses old characters)
Style: Black leather jacket, really light purple t-shirt underneath, jeans. That’s it, that’s literally what he wears like every single day. Nobody knows how he gets it all washed so quickly. It’s magic. (He actually has like five copies of the same outfit.) Think mildly edgy, but not edgy at the same time???
Appearance: Dyed violet/indigo hair BECAUSE REASONS, really dark gray eyes, kind of pale, really dark eye bags because he like never sleeps.
Personality: Stoic, cold, aloof, shady guy, probably not trustworthy, is actually big softie for cats, nobody seems to know he exists until he makes it known...edgy.
Skill: Manipulation. He doesn’t lie, he just..makes logical ruses. He can be pretty charismatic when he wants to, and can convince anyone to do his dirty work. Shinso is also good with blades, more specifically, knives. However, he only uses them when in close quarters, otherwise, he pulls out a gun and ‘bang, bang.’
Thank you! And yes, that would be great. Like, one day, someone tries to start a prank war to lighten things up, and Shinso and Audra don’t participate so everyone considers them as non-players, and on the last day of the war, every door is rigged with buckets and doorways are blocked by plastic wrap. There’s llamas in the office, and someone’s set up Mr. Drew on a date with a clown. Imagine Shinso and Audra just high-diving at the end of the school day, lol.
2600:8807:1100:84D:1C3A:D8EF:BCA0:C4CE wrote: Thank you! And yes, that would be great. Like, one day, someone tries to start a prank war to lighten things up, and Shinso and Audra don’t participate so everyone considers them as non-players, and on the last day of the war, every door is rigged with buckets and doorways are blocked by plastic wrap. There’s llamas in the office, and someone’s set up Mr. Drew on a date with a clown. Imagine Shinso and Audra just high-diving at the end of the school day, lol.
Style: Skinny jeans, teal tank top, plaid shirt tied around her waist, Crimson chrysanthemum tattoo on her collar bone, sneakers.
Appearance: long wavy ginger hair always up in a messy bun, glasses, freckles, large grey eyes that look even larger because of her glasses, slim, muscular build. Very flexible, and always carries two daggers to fight with.
Personality: looks serene and peaceful, it is actually very sassy. Will say no just to say no, is very sarcastic, very loyal, smart. Good at lying, can be mean sometimes.
Shinso slunk in the shadows silently, observing the other students as they went along with their day. He scribbled down some notes in his Student Analysis Journal in his small, neat handwriting. Ever since he had started school, he had started taking notes on each individual student he met or saw, searching for any weaknesses he could exploit or skills and alliances that could be useful for him in the future.
The purple-haired student flipped to a page at random. Hearth Johansson. Elf. Froster. Nervous, twitchy, anxious. Mediocre with his ice powers. There were many more notes on the random student he had briefly spoken with.
How easily forgettable. If he were more confident and better with himself powers, Hearth might’ve been an asset to Shinso in the future. That wasn’t the case here. Hearth was, for a lack of better words, worthless. It was harsh, but it was the truth.
Also, I have a My Hero Academia roleplay you can join! You don’t need to read the manga or watch the anime, as I explained what it was the best I could. In the posts, I explained some important info about My Hero Academia for someone who wasn’t in the fandom. Now, we need more people to join! It’s pretty cool, I mean, we have powers if you’re a non-elf, and pretty much everyone has powers! There’s a freaking hero school! You should totally get into My Hero Academia if you’re not in the fandom, by the way.
(Plot twist: Shinso is actually a soft boi who just wants friends but doesn’t know how to so he just basically makes everyone assume he’s a weird person my accident. Also, I found the link to this amazing story, it’s hilarious and overall great:
Shinso shut his journal and shoved it into his bag before moving onto his first class of the day, which was normal old history. He tilted his head downwards to avoid being noticed by others, just to be seen as part of the crowd.
Shinso stepped into the classroom several minutes early, so he took his seat in the middle of the desk and turned to the page in his textbook written on the board. It seemed counterintuitive to his “don’t get noticed” goal, however, it was quite different. Those in the front and in the back got noticed more often. The others, randomly scattered around the room, were just easily forgettable people.
The history teacher introduced himself as Mr. Drew, gave them a basic greeting, and told them to read chapter one in their textbooks. Shinso did just that, allowing the information to really sink in before moving on to the next task, which was to just write a short, two paragraph summary of the chapter. The room was filled with only the noises of flipping pages and graphite pencils against paper.
((k, gonna post one more real quick, but then I really have to do my homework. Unfortunetely))
Em opened her locker, yanking out her P.E. strip. She changed into her purple shorts and blue tank top, and took off her glasses. She walked into the gym, and started running laps, like the start of every gym class.
Rita ducks her head and silently slides into her seat as she reaches her class, five minutes late. She sees everyone else writing quietly, and pretends to be doing the same, hoping Mr. Drew hadn't noticed her.
((You guys don't have to do normal classes. Don't think of it like school, think of it like a place to train.))
Audra starts to run. She was going to be late to her one of a few normal classes. History. Before Audra came into the classroom, she threw a glass cup on the ground. Hopefully, this would distract the teacher as well as the students.
Shinso looked up slowly at the noise of glass shattering Just another late student trying to get the attention away from themselves. He resumed his work silently, ignoring the startled shouts and movements of his classmates.
After a long time, History was over. The purple-haired student double checked his schedule, which showed Strategic Warfare. Huh. That was new, as it was a class that he had never seen before in all his years at the P.R.A.
Shinso shrugged and started walking off towards where the schedule indicated the classroom to be.
(I’m just an intense writer, lol. I think adapted ability is just practicing and working on a skill you’re already good at and improving it, Stealth is just learning how to move around unnoticed and silently, and Strategic Warfare about the more logically part of war, the planning, the positioning of groups, the battle strategies, etc. I’m guessing we’re learning it because if the entire school ends up having to fight or if in the future we end up working in a combat group or military, we’ll be prepared.)
2600:8807:1100:84D:A5B7:D9C:A6F9:E298 wrote: (I’m just an intense writer, lol. I think adapted ability is just practicing and working on a skill you’re already good at and improving it, Stealth is just learning how to move around unnoticed and silently, and Strategic Warfare about the more logically part of war, the planning, the positioning of groups, the battle strategies, etc. I’m guessing we’re learning it because if the entire school ends up having to fight or if in the future we end up working in a combat group or military, we’ll be prepared.)
Shinso wove between the crowds of other students on their way to their next classes expertly, dodging booksacks and other airborne objects. He ducked into Strategic Warfare, where several other students were already waiting. He slid into an empty desk and waited for the others to enter.
Once the others had entered, the teacher introduced herself. “I’m going to be your Strategic Warfare teacher this year. My name is Ms. Owens. In this class, we’ll be learning about the more logical aspects of war and combat, such as battle strategies, group positioning, group combat techniques, ambushes, and the overall schedule of when certain battles and strategies will be used.”
Ms. Graces proceeded to turn to the board, where a simple diagram had been drawn. “As you can see, in this image, we have the enemy, drawn in red, and us, drawn in blue. This takes place in the middle of the woods. What do you all think would be the best way to defeat the enemy efficiently and with as little casualties as possible?”
A few tentative hands went up, including Shinsi’s, much to his surprise.
“Ah, how about you? Shinso, correct?” Ms Graces pointed towards Shinso.
The teenager in question nodded. “We could work with an ambush type of fight. The lightest and most nimble students could climb in the trees silently, while the others could hide themselves in the undergrowth of the woods. A silent signal of some sort could be used to have the students that aren’t in the trees. attack. They could shake up the enemy, bruise them a little bit, generally make them scared. Take down a portion of their number. Then, those students could retreat back into the undergrowth, pretending they surrender. Suddenly, the ones still in the trees dart in and take down the rest of the remaining opponents, the ground students as backup.”
Ms. Graces nodded. “An excellent strategy. Anyone else want to give it a try?”
After getting a couple of answers, Ms. Graces continued with the lessons, explaining some key points and occasionally adding in interesting information.
“On page six of your workbooks there is a passage and a few questions for you to read and answer. Start working on that now. Anything that’s not finished in class is due the next time you come in here.” Ms. Graces instructed.
Shinso started absentmindedly working on the assignment given to them, circling and underlining what seemed important in the brief passage. He quickly answered the questions and noticed that there’s was still twenty minutes left in Class. While waiting, he pulled out his Student Analysis Journal and started a page on one of his classmates, Audra, he believed the name was. He scribbled down some notes, added a couple of things he would have to discover later on, and drew a picture of a cat face in the corner of the page. (Shinso loves cats. A lot.)
Em had daydreamed her way through the the lecture on stratigec warfare, sitting in a seat next to a window, and staring out it. She was supposed to be working on a paragraph, or something. Whatever. She could do it later. She was doing well in this class, it was easy.
Audra slapped herself, to wake her up. Strategic WarFare was not as exciting as she thought it would be. She glared at her schedule. Adapt Ability. They would probably make her do the thing she was and still is at doing. Running. Audra was absolutely horrible at running.
Rita glanced at the inside of her wrist, where she kept her schedule each day penned- otherwise, she'd probably be tempted to wander out in the gardens. Stealth Class. Something she was good at. The class she could actually breath during. Or you know, hold her breath. She walks quietly down the hallway with her head ducked.
Once again, the bell rang. Shinso pulled out the page from his book carefully and turned it in. He checked his schedule again. Stealth class, finally. He slunk past the students, weaving through the crowd expertly, whilst remaining unnoticed. He slid into the classroom unnoticed as well, taking a seat in front of a short blonde with sapphire blue eyes.
Shinso's gaze flickered to a flash of movement by the teacher's desk. A flash of black hair behind that chair. Clever, several others probably thought Stealth class would be taught normally. Only a select few realized what Mr. Eliason was doing. He was Shinso's favorite teacher, dry, sarcastic, straight-to-the-point, unbiased, clever, practical and wouldn't hesitate to suspend or even expel students with little to no potential.
Blair walked throught the hallways to her stealth class. She shrank down in an empty seat next to a boy with violet hair, and tried to listen to what the teacher was saying. She hoped no one noticed she was late.
Em had knife throwing next. Easy. She headed to her class. She walked in, and claimed a target, waiting for everyone else to come. She smirked as a short girl with wispy mousy brown hair, called Willow, picked through all the terrible knifes in the cabinet. Em had her own set, so she didn't have to borrow any.
Mr. Eliason sprung up suddenly from behind Blair. “I’d recommend you don’t come in a late again. Anyways, today’s lesson: Breathing Control. It sounds strange, but all will be explained in due time.”
The Stealth professor walked back to the front of the room. “When you’re trying to stay quiet, your breathing can really give away your location. Right now, we’ll be working on making the sounds of your breathing less natural, how to avoid coughing and sneezing, and generally avoiding your vocal cords giving you away.”
Mr. Eliason continued explaining how they would achieve these tasks. Shinso aptly paid attention, hanging onto every word to make sure he knew exactly what to do. Missing even one phrase could damage his performance in class.
Blair tried to listen to the rest of what Mr. Eliason was saying, breathibg control might become useful in the future. She looked over her shoulder and noticed a blonde with sapphire blue eyes start fidgeting. "I wonder whats wrong?" She thought.
((Guys, I'm going to quit this role play. I thought this would be fun, but it's really boring. I imagined the classes like do or die sort of thing. Sort of like in Divergent. So, yep. You guys can continue to rp without me. Good luck))
Rita tried not to frown at the girl in front of her. "What?" She wanted to snap, but her lips seemed glued shut. Instead she copies the girl and looks behind her, where a purple? haired dude was very, very focused. She glances back at the black-haired girl. "What's with him?" She mutters.
When Rita didn't hear the boy answer, she sunk down in her seat and waited for the teacher to be done talking. Then Mr. Eliason looked at each of his students in turn. "We're going to do a little activity," He tells them. "One that will recquire more room to move. Follow me!" He orders, marching towards the door. As Rita starts to head to the door, she glances at the girl who'd been staring, and the very intense-looking boy.
(*wipes tear* My friend has finally begun the path of written paragraph type roleplay, Im so proud.)
Shinso quietly slid out of his seat and joined the group that was already headed towards the door. He briefly wondered what would be occurring in the next room over, before deciding that he would figure out in due time, otherwise known as roughly two minutes. He noticed a few students glancing or staring into the back of his head a little bit longer than they should have, so he decided to stay cautious, pretend he hadn’t noticed them yet,
Diathe13 wrote: ((Guys, I'm going to quit this role play. I thought this would be fun, but it's really boring. I imagined the classes like do or die sort of thing. Sort of like in Divergent. So, yep. You guys can continue to rp without me. Good luck))
Guys, I might drop out as well. For the same reason as this ^ but also I'm just not very satisfied with my character and not really enjoying playing her. Sorry :(
Blair followed the teacher throught the hallway, along with the rest of the students. She turned back to the blonde that she was talking to earlier, "I'm Blair" She said. Where could they be going she thought, they had probaly been walking for about a minute now, and they didn't seem to be getting anywhere anytime soon.
Shinso could still here the two conversing. And, Purple Boy? Really, was that all they could come up with? How daft. But for once, someone had paid attention to him, which could be dangerous. He kept an eye on the pair-Rita and Blair, he believed the names were.
Rita bites back a yelp when she feels a zap. Oh, great. She tended to lose control of her crazy power quite a bit. She feels tingling in her fingertips and stuffs her hands in her pockets. She catches Purple Boy observing her and Blair and tries to look nonchalant. Get it together. We can't have anyone finding out about my secret after so long hiding it.
"Yeah, we should talk to purple boy over there."Blair responds to Rita. She courageously walks up to purple boy, who was observing them as if they were the most interesting thing in the world. "Hi" She declares, turning her head ever so slightly to see Rita standing beside her.
Rita holds a hand out to Blair. "I don't think he wants to talk to us very much, we shouldn't bother him," She frowns when the tingling in her fingertips gets worse. "But then again, maybe being bothersome is fun sometimes." She pokes Purple Boy in the arm to zap him.