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Must have been around midnight, There's a ghost at the door. She said please go slowly, cause we've all been here before. She takes her clothes off and she says Is it alright if I stay the night?

❝Billie


As you can probably tell,

I haven’t been active on my 1x1 for months now and it’s not because I don’t love you all or that I don’t want to roleplay anymore, it’s because of my severe lack of time. There are small chances that I will be back but I simply can’t at this moment ;______;. Roleplaying with the lot of you has been my honor and leaving hurts, especially when I disappeared without saying goodbye. If you would like to keep in touch, I encourage it fully and completely. Here is my personal and once again, I completely encourage you to keep in touch if you would like to.

It’s been wonderful <3.

Billie.

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hellothereanarchy:

If you could only see the beast you’ve made of me, I held it in but now it seems you’ve set it running free. Screaming in the dark, I howl when we’re apart, drag my teeth across your chest to taste your beating heart

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Welcome to Emerald Cove.

“Wait for me between reality and all that we’ve dreamed…”

Did your mother ever tell you those stories about those things that go bump in the night? Have you heard “tall-tales” about those mythical people called Angels, Werewolves, Demons, or even the Valkyrie? Nestled between the quiet, green forests on the coast of Northern Washington, is a little town called Emerald Cove, you will find such people that everyone always told you didn’t exist; where everything you thought was fantasy becomes reality. 

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glarewolf:

TAKE THE MONEY AND RUN » music for your female heist crew movie

01. Gold Gang - Shystie | 02. My Work Is Done - Dragonette | 03. The Devil Is A Lady - The Chain Gang of 1974 | 04. The Baddest Female - CL | 05. Material Girl - Mountain Party | 06. Take The Money and Run - Run DMC | 07. Free - Natalia Kills | 08. Bad Girls (Barbaric Merits ChainBangin Remix) - M.I.A | 09. Wave Ya Hand - Nicki Minaj | 10. Money Changes Everything - Cyndi Lauper | 11. Give Me A Beat - Girl Talk | 12. To Catch a Thief - Lovage | 13. Rodeo Town - The Kills | 14. Derezzed (Glitch Mob Remix) - Daft Punk | 15. Good Girls Gone Bad (feat. Pharaoh Jayy) - Shystie | 16. Paradise Circus (Zeds Deads Remix) - Massive Attack | 17. No Diggity - Alice Jemima | 18. Diamonds Are A Girl's Best Friend - The Puppini Sisters[ listen / download ]

glarewolf:

TAKE THE MONEY AND RUN » music for your female heist crew movie

01. Gold Gang - Shystie | 02. My Work Is Done - Dragonette | 03. The Devil Is A Lady - The Chain Gang of 1974 | 04. The Baddest Female - CL | 05. Material Girl - Mountain Party | 06. Take The Money and Run - Run DMC | 07. Free - Natalia Kills | 08. Bad Girls (Barbaric Merits ChainBangin Remix) - M.I.A | 09. Wave Ya Hand - Nicki Minaj | 10. Money Changes Everything - Cyndi Lauper | 11. Give Me A Beat - Girl Talk | 12. To Catch a Thief - Lovage | 13. Rodeo Town - The Kills | 14. Derezzed (Glitch Mob Remix) - Daft Punk | 15. Good Girls Gone Bad (feat. Pharaoh Jayy) - Shystie | 16. Paradise Circus (Zeds Deads Remix) - Massive Attack | 17. No Diggity - Alice Jemima | 18. Diamonds Are A Girl's Best Friend - The Puppini Sisters

[ listen / download ]
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hellothereanarchy:

If you could only see the beast you’ve made of me. I held it in but now it seems you’ve set it running free. The saints can’t help me now, the ropes have been unbound, I hunt for you with bloody feet across the hallow’d ground.

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Welcome to Emerald Cove.

“Wait for me between reality and all that we’ve dreamed…”

Did your mother ever tell you those stories about those things that go bump in the night? Have you heard “tall-tales” about those mythical people called Angels, Werewolves, Demons, or even the Valkyrie? Nestled between the quiet, green forests on the coast of Northern Washington, is a little town called Emerald Cove, you will find such people that everyone always told you didn’t exist; where everything you thought was fantasy becomes reality. 

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Activity

I’ve been hella inactive recently and I swear I haven’t forgotten any of my partners/promised plots, I’m just drowning in stress and work over here. My hiatus will continue on until hopefully next week.

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killingmoon-rp:

 Fate… up against your will.

With the ‘Wedding of Ms. Fox’ mystery plot concluded, there is a new plot arc on the way. Get involved from the beginning! 6 existing characters open/needed, including an Alpha, plus 4 new bios/characters (2 male, 2 female) never-before-seen with customization options! If you’re interested in playing one, let us know.

 The killing moon will come too soon.

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Welp,

I know I’m promo-ing Killing Moon a lot when I should be working on replies but literally, it’s one of the best roleplays out there for reasons found here.

Wolf Creek, to most, is just another place on a map—but some know the truth in the name. Some who bow only to the law of nature and the call of the moon. Welcome to Pickens, South Carolina, home to some of the wildest wildlife you’ll ever meet. These aren’t people who turn into animals, no: these are animals who turn into humans. And out here, you’re on their territory. To enter is to forfeit your life, so watch your step. Ignorance isn’t bliss.
Open roles - most FC’s are definitely flexible.
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Reasons why I recommend:

I recommend this roleplay because in my time in Killing Moon RP, this has become one of my absolute favorites.The admins actually care about this roleplay and they care about their roleplayers and when a roleplayer is having difficulty connecting to the character, they will sit down with you (metaphorically) and talk it out with you. The admins are lovely, kind, brilliant and creative. Moving on to the plot, this is a plot that I’m going to remember for a while because it’s so unique. Yes, they’re weres but it’s different here. It’s different because here, as it quotes, “These aren’t people who turn into animals, no: these are animals who turn into humans.” Animal instinct is big here, and there are prey animals and predator animals and in some predator animals, they will feel the urge to eat the prey and the prey will feel the urge to flee. While there are chances that your character could die, the admins won’t do anything drastic like kill them off randomly. It’s your actions that decide whether the characters live or die. The amount of research put into this roleplay is fascinating and the admins deal with every single little question with detail and I definitely recommend joining this roleplay. Another interesting note is while they may not allow OC’s, they allow a custom character. Custom Characters is their chance to work with you to create a character that fits seamlessly into the plot of the game while still exploring your personal interests as a player. You give them some basic information and they write an entirely new character for you to play.

So if you’re into weres, unique plots, great admins, diverse characters and the thrill of roleplaying then come chill with me at Killing Moon rp! Note: Someone please take the alpha werebear Joshua Ramsey because 1. He’s the Alpha and 2. He’s badass as fuck.

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killingmoon-rp:

Rachel Fitch • Beta • Bobcat • Age: 22 • DOB: 08.09.90 • Origin: Port Jefferson, NYFC: Emma Stone • FC FLEXIBLE • Status: OPEN • Player: N/A • URL: Here.FCs to Consider: Juno Temple, Lily Loveless, Mary Elizabeth Winstead.
“It’s better to be absolutely ridiculous than absolutely boring.”
Daredevil; Brazen; Feisty; Tenacious; Fatalistic.
History:  Rachel Fitch was born and bred on Long Island in a town that bustled with activity in the summer, Port Jefferson. The place was an odd merging of many ideologies: by the shore were high class hotels and restaurants, like Danfords by the ferry docks, but just on the other side of town were sweet shoppes and vegan cafes and psychics with pagan supplies. She loved the eclectic nature of her town, even growing up. At heart, Rae was a simple girl. She liked the variety of people, the beautiful location, the smell of the salt water and the taste of the fresh fish. It was perhaps this love of simplicity that, when the time came to apply to colleges, landed a school in Kentucky on her list in addition to her tri-state-area options. When Rae got into both Centre College in Kentucky and Stony Brook on Long Island, she realized she had to experience first-hand what it was all about if she was going to go country. Who knew if she could even handle all that mud? So Rae and her dad flew out to Danville to tour the school and, after asking her fair share of questions, Rae decided Centre College was the placed for her: she would major in Mathematics.
Rae was always a risk-taker by nature. Her first week at Centre during New Student Orientation, she was already out after hours exploring the new town. She’d been to Vegas and she’d been to Nashville—two of Rae’s favourite places—but she’d not yet spent a lot of time in a place like this. Rae went to the Central Kentucky Wildlife Refuge for a hike that Sunday morning, not for one second realizing just what a range of wildlife might be finding refuge there. On her hike, she was knocked over by a bobcat in hot pursuit of something or other. It was just a scratch. No fancy stories like other lycans she’s spoken to; no deaths, no traumas. Just a scratch changed her life. So in addition to adjusting to college life, Rae also had to adjust to the beast inside of her. It was really rough for awhile because she felt she had to go it alone. On fall break, Rae went into the city and protested the Tea Party movement just to feel less alone; to get some perspective, to feel like a part of something bigger than the mess she was currently in. That’s when she met Johnny, this indie rocker guy with a penchant for trying to completely change the world. She liked that in a man: unbridled, ridiculous ambition for something so pragmatic it bordered on impossible. It amused her. When it turned out he went to Centre College as well, she knew it was fate. Things like that don’t just happen out of nowhere, Rae believed. Johnny was her sign, her proof that everything was going to be okay: she’d been sent a friend.
Trouble was, as much as Rae loves herself some risk, her lycanthropy was too new, even to herself. She couldn’t bring herself to tell her new friend what had happened to her, so Rae bottled it down to prevent any harsh judgments she wasn’t yet ready for. Instead, she wound up introducing Johnny to this other guy on her floor she’d been hanging out with, Ash Carter. Rae never would have guessed that the surfer boy and the indie rocker would have a damn bit in common, but it turned out that they all made really great friends. They had two big things in common: a love of music and a love of extreme sports. The trio sealed their new friendship by jumping out of a plane together over winter break. Definitely not the smartest decision, but all of their bad decisions always seem to turn out with the best stories. In between wave jumping back at Ash’s hometown, rock climbing and cliff jumping off of mountains upstate New York, storm chasing one summer throughout the south, and a slew of other questionably sane activities, the boys discovered Rae could sing. Rae never really thought much of her voice herself and was very modest about it, but they assured her she had the pipes they needed, and it flattered her. It made her feel like she really belonged.
Then, Rae made a mistake. She wasn’t thinking. Ash had wanted to come visit her on Long Island in the summer in the high season so he could ride the ferry and taste real Manhattan clam chowder, and she’d agreed to the dates he’d picked, not even thinking about consulting the moon phases for the week. But of course, the full moon came; that night, Rae snuck out of the house as quietly as she could, but something must have caught Ash’s attention, because before she knew it, he was beside her, and she was panicking, and falling, and grabbing—and then he was changing too. It was the first and only ‘extreme sport’ Rae had ever done without Johnny: running wild through the streets of a dockyard town. She felt guilty for not telling Johnny earlier when they got back to school, especially now that not only did Ash know, but he shared her disease. The guilt was amplified when Johnny opened up to her about the divorce his parents were going through and how it was affecting him; she knew she couldn’t hold back his judgment any longer. Using the Supreme Court case as a lead-in, she finally told Johnny what she… and Ash… were. Rather than looking at her with disgust, or fear, or loathing, his eyes held a spark of excitement. Johnny… liked that about her. And suddenly, Rae knew it was all going to be alright. When Ash decided not to move back to California after his graduation, Rae took that as another sign. She was the one who suggested the crazy idea that they all just stick together and restart their lives. The boys—especially Johnny—were skeptical at first, but they agreed to give up their respective city lives and “go country,” hoping to escape the complexity of their own fates. The trio moved to Pickens this year.
Personality: Rae’s a simple girl at her core: she believes some of the basic tenants everyone is told growing up. She believes in fate and signs from above, even if she doesn’t claim any specific religion. She believes in karma and that the energy you put out comes back to you; that good people get good things. And she believes in luck. Rae has always considered herself a lucky girl, even when life got to be almost too much to bear. Even the hardest things are just lessons we teach ourselves. On the outside, Rae’s belief in luck goes to the extreme. Luck, combined with her mind for statistics, probability, and other mathematics, have made Rae a gambling girl (which is why she likes Vegas for vacations). To her, there’s nothing like a good game of blackjack at the tables or a round of poker. She’s brought this love back with her to Pickens, holding poker games every Saturday night for anyone of their friends who’ll come. The stakes? Depends on who’s playing. Rae will gamble with pretty much everything she has and she knows it. But hey, Rae thinks that only the boring are bored and she’d much rather lose a big bet and laugh it off than play safely. Where’s the fun in playing it safe? What you risk reveals what you value.

killingmoon-rp:

Rachel Fitch • Beta • Bobcat • Age: 22 • DOB: 08.09.90 • Origin: Port Jefferson, NY
FC: Emma Stone • FC FLEXIBLE • Status: OPEN • Player: N/A • URL: Here.
FCs to Consider: Juno Temple, Lily Loveless, Mary Elizabeth Winstead.

It’s better to be absolutely ridiculous than absolutely boring.”

Daredevil; Brazen; Feisty; Tenacious; Fatalistic.

History:  Rachel Fitch was born and bred on Long Island in a town that bustled with activity in the summer, Port Jefferson. The place was an odd merging of many ideologies: by the shore were high class hotels and restaurants, like Danfords by the ferry docks, but just on the other side of town were sweet shoppes and vegan cafes and psychics with pagan supplies. She loved the eclectic nature of her town, even growing up. At heart, Rae was a simple girl. She liked the variety of people, the beautiful location, the smell of the salt water and the taste of the fresh fish. It was perhaps this love of simplicity that, when the time came to apply to colleges, landed a school in Kentucky on her list in addition to her tri-state-area options. When Rae got into both Centre College in Kentucky and Stony Brook on Long Island, she realized she had to experience first-hand what it was all about if she was going to go country. Who knew if she could even handle all that mud? So Rae and her dad flew out to Danville to tour the school and, after asking her fair share of questions, Rae decided Centre College was the placed for her: she would major in Mathematics.

Rae was always a risk-taker by nature. Her first week at Centre during New Student Orientation, she was already out after hours exploring the new town. She’d been to Vegas and she’d been to Nashville—two of Rae’s favourite places—but she’d not yet spent a lot of time in a place like this. Rae went to the Central Kentucky Wildlife Refuge for a hike that Sunday morning, not for one second realizing just what a range of wildlife might be finding refuge there. On her hike, she was knocked over by a bobcat in hot pursuit of something or other. It was just a scratch. No fancy stories like other lycans she’s spoken to; no deaths, no traumas. Just a scratch changed her life. So in addition to adjusting to college life, Rae also had to adjust to the beast inside of her. It was really rough for awhile because she felt she had to go it alone. On fall break, Rae went into the city and protested the Tea Party movement just to feel less alone; to get some perspective, to feel like a part of something bigger than the mess she was currently in. That’s when she met Johnny, this indie rocker guy with a penchant for trying to completely change the world. She liked that in a man: unbridled, ridiculous ambition for something so pragmatic it bordered on impossible. It amused her. When it turned out he went to Centre College as well, she knew it was fate. Things like that don’t just happen out of nowhere, Rae believed. Johnny was her sign, her proof that everything was going to be okay: she’d been sent a friend.

Trouble was, as much as Rae loves herself some risk, her lycanthropy was too new, even to herself. She couldn’t bring herself to tell her new friend what had happened to her, so Rae bottled it down to prevent any harsh judgments she wasn’t yet ready for. Instead, she wound up introducing Johnny to this other guy on her floor she’d been hanging out with, Ash Carter. Rae never would have guessed that the surfer boy and the indie rocker would have a damn bit in common, but it turned out that they all made really great friends. They had two big things in common: a love of music and a love of extreme sports. The trio sealed their new friendship by jumping out of a plane together over winter break. Definitely not the smartest decision, but all of their bad decisions always seem to turn out with the best stories. In between wave jumping back at Ash’s hometown, rock climbing and cliff jumping off of mountains upstate New York, storm chasing one summer throughout the south, and a slew of other questionably sane activities, the boys discovered Rae could sing. Rae never really thought much of her voice herself and was very modest about it, but they assured her she had the pipes they needed, and it flattered her. It made her feel like she really belonged.

Then, Rae made a mistake. She wasn’t thinking. Ash had wanted to come visit her on Long Island in the summer in the high season so he could ride the ferry and taste real Manhattan clam chowder, and she’d agreed to the dates he’d picked, not even thinking about consulting the moon phases for the week. But of course, the full moon came; that night, Rae snuck out of the house as quietly as she could, but something must have caught Ash’s attention, because before she knew it, he was beside her, and she was panicking, and falling, and grabbing—and then he was changing too. It was the first and only ‘extreme sport’ Rae had ever done without Johnny: running wild through the streets of a dockyard town. She felt guilty for not telling Johnny earlier when they got back to school, especially now that not only did Ash know, but he shared her disease. The guilt was amplified when Johnny opened up to her about the divorce his parents were going through and how it was affecting him; she knew she couldn’t hold back his judgment any longer. Using the Supreme Court case as a lead-in, she finally told Johnny what she… and Ash… were. Rather than looking at her with disgust, or fear, or loathing, his eyes held a spark of excitement. Johnny… liked that about her. And suddenly, Rae knew it was all going to be alright. When Ash decided not to move back to California after his graduation, Rae took that as another sign. She was the one who suggested the crazy idea that they all just stick together and restart their lives. The boys—especially Johnny—were skeptical at first, but they agreed to give up their respective city lives and “go country,” hoping to escape the complexity of their own fates. The trio moved to Pickens this year.

Personality: Rae’s a simple girl at her core: she believes some of the basic tenants everyone is told growing up. She believes in fate and signs from above, even if she doesn’t claim any specific religion. She believes in karma and that the energy you put out comes back to you; that good people get good things. And she believes in luck. Rae has always considered herself a lucky girl, even when life got to be almost too much to bear. Even the hardest things are just lessons we teach ourselves. On the outside, Rae’s belief in luck goes to the extreme. Luck, combined with her mind for statistics, probability, and other mathematics, have made Rae a gambling girl (which is why she likes Vegas for vacations). To her, there’s nothing like a good game of blackjack at the tables or a round of poker. She’s brought this love back with her to Pickens, holding poker games every Saturday night for anyone of their friends who’ll come. The stakes? Depends on who’s playing. Rae will gamble with pretty much everything she has and she knows it. But hey, Rae thinks that only the boring are bored and she’d much rather lose a big bet and laugh it off than play safely. Where’s the fun in playing it safe? What you risk reveals what you value.

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