So then are you wanting to change something or just use something different altogether?
Well I sort of like your idea, I mean, it's an idea, but perhaps you can explain it from a non-character point? Perhaps if I understand the events and everything better I'd be able to contribute better?
Okay so what I had in mind was that Haeven had been a safe, bright, happy place. Well for the top three classes of faeries.The fall faeries are the lowest class and consequently treated like they really don't matter. Most of the fall faeries are the protectors of Haeven and guard all the portals to the world from other worlds such as Belltross and Earth. Well some of the fall faeries turn evil because of how they're treated and let the three sister witches in to rule Haeven. The witches have been trying to over rule Haeven for centuries. Now my idea is either you're a higher up faery that Mason saves and takes with him/her (I can tweak it to whatever gender) to earth when the witches take over Haeven. Or you're a mortal that lives on earth that she falls in love with. Either way there will be a romance and they'll work on a plan to save Haeven. You can throw in more ideas if you have any. It doesn't have to be all on me.
Okay...I can see myself playing a human male in this. Perhaps the forgetting idea can be kept in this though? Perhaps Mason hits her head at some point and the details of what's going on leave her. It could be something hindering them from getting back to Haeven.
That would work. Because she's the only one who can open the portal to the different worlds. She can forget how to do that. Should she forget everything and not understand what's going on around her or what do you think?
I think that her memory should be very spotty and confusing. I think that she should remember the core of what happened, but a lot of things should be foggy to her.
Okay I can do that. Just post your character and I can start after that if you want.
Name: Gabriel Bennet.
Appearance: 6'. Nice bronze skin. Messy black hair that he doesn't often do much with, although usually it looks fine with little to no tweaking. He has soft blue eyes and a fit body.
Personality: If it's alright with you I'd like to develope this as we go along.
Okay yeah you can do the personality later. Would you like me to start?
Please and thank you. That is if there's nothing else you want me to add to my character.
Okay I'll write one up in a few. And no just have fun with your character. Make him how you want him to be. :)
Okay, thanks :)
When Mason opened her eyes everything was different. The sky didn't have a bright effect to it. It was just... blue. The trees didn't have the glow about them like they had before. Everything just seemed to be off or dull. The Fall faery sat up with tiny sticks and leaves in her bun. Her green uniform was all wrickled and dirty from the fall she'd had. Not that it mattered; the uniform was made for both male and female fae so it wasn't exactly flattering. Any mortal who saw it would be able to tell it wasn't cloth. Mason's clothes were made out of the strongest unicorn horn around. Nothing could rip it or go through it to harm Mason. It was made to deflect against magic and raw weapons.
'Where am I?' Mason thought to herself starting to look around. When her head turn to a certain angle she winced and put her hand right under her bun. There was a huge bump that was beginning to throb.
Mason's face was marked with glitter all over as was her neck. For some reason her flowery looking wings weren't out of her back. It was but bare under her clothes. 'There's something I'm forgetting... This isn't Haeven.' she thought trying to remember where she'd taken herself. It was all a little hazy since she'd just woken up.
((No problem. I hope this is okay... I'm not the best at starting. D:))
Gabriel sighed softly as he shut his car door, brushing his fingers through his hair. It'd been a long, hard day, and it wasn't even four in the afternoon yet. He glanced at his sarroundings, hardly remembering driving to the nature park thirty miles from his house.
But he usually drove there when he needed to clear his head. Walking helped a lot, giving him time to think. He dropped his keys in his pocket and set off for his usual trail, realizing that his work clothes weren't the best for walking, but not caring.
He glanced about at the trees and scattered wildlife, mainly birds and squirels. Then he came to a clearing where he usually sat, and noticed someone was already there, a girl, sitting on the ground. "Uh, excuse me miss?" He looked Mason over, wondering what she was doing there or why she was sitting on the ground.
Mason was in the process of getting up when she heard a voice. The faery was alert in an instant, taking a skilled defensive pose. Her mostly pale green eyes, an odd color amongst the humans, gazed at the mortal before her. 'Earth of course! The witches... Castle...' Mason shook her head which caused her to wince and stumble from the bump and dizziness she felt.
She was remembering bits and pieces of what happened. That's why her wings weren't on her back, she'd opened a portal to the human world to escape from the witches. Mason barely acknowleged Gabriel as she regained her balance and went over to the nearest tree. She started feeling the bark with her hands not remembering how she got the portal opened.
Mason's hair had been up to keep out of her face. The uniform she wore didn't show her bre,asts or the curves she had. It sort of made her look like a boy. If she didn't have such a feminine face and gorgeous eyes that only a woman could possess anyone would probably mistaken her for a male.
Gabriel took a step forward but stopped, not wanting to frighten her. He noted her strange clothes, and noticed the bump. He hoped he hadn't just called a male 'miss'. Her face was the only thing giving him that assumption. He bit his lip, slightly worried.
"Are you alright?" He asked softly. "You're hurt...do you need to go to the hospital or something?" He felt stupid. He had no idea what was going on. "Can I help you in any way?"
Gabriel feared pushing himself onto her or annoying her. He just wanted to help, of a natural habit. He didn't like to leave anyone in need of help alone, when he was capable of helping them.
"Hospital..." Mason tried the word out sounding as if it were another language to her. "Oh right what mortals use." 'They don't have healing potions.' she thought to herself. She attempted to sound and act as if she were human. A blind man could see Mason was different. Her body was perfectly symetrical which was never the case for mortals.
Mason looked back to the male realizing she probably looked odd to him feeling up a tree. "No. It's just a bump but thank you." she looked up slightly since this male was taller than her. "I'm Mason." she introduced herself not knowing how she was going to survive. She had no clothes. No faeries to make her clothes. No money as she knew the human world used. In Haeven they didn't have to pay for anything. Internally Mason was happy she could remember her training and knowlege of other dimensions.
Gabriel felt rather confused at her behavior. He shrugged it off and sighed, thinking of what to do or say. He wasn't sure, especially since women tended to be so paranoid, in his opinion. He really didn't want to scare or offend her.
Finally, he decided to offer what help he coule. "Well...I didn't see any other cars...do you need a ride home?" He asked softly, sounding genuinely concerned for her.
Mason almost burst out laughing when he asked if she needed a ride home. Silly mortal. She decided he seemed nice enough to semi trust while she was in this world. She didn't really have another choice. "I don't have a home. How about you tell me your name and take me back to your place to get cleaned up?" Mason wasn't really aware of things that were rude in the human world so her inviting herself over to Gabriel's house seemed perfectly normal to her. "I am not from around here is what I mean. I do have a home just.... It's complicated." she settled on the adjective that described her situation and hoped the stranger would take it for right now.
Gabriel smacked his forehead for forgetting about telling her his name. "Right, I'm Gabriel. Sorry." He sighed, shaking his head. "Yeah, you can come over to my appartment." He offered his hand out to her. "It's nice to meet you Mason." He had to admit, there were things about her that were...strange. Different. But he overlooked them and didn't give it much thought.