In further detail, every night, the girl transforms into a large dangerous monster with no awareness of being an intelligent human. The other monster is capable of awareness in the monster form, and is causing the even on purpose using some sort of magic. His magic affects her as well, due to him using her in some way to help him without her knowing. The goal of the story would be to track him down and stop him so that she can stop transforming and will no longer be in danger of people trying to slay her. No one knows the monsters have human forms.
Does she know that she is a monster? And does the other monster have a human form too? If so does she know he is a monster?
So the prince comes down from the kingdom on a mission from his father to kill the monster. he finds the girl and falls in love with her only to discover that she is the monster. Sound good?
I think she should be aware she is a monster, and maybe she doesn't know he's a monster yet, but she will know there is another monster. The rules would be similar for both of them, human from sunrise to sunset and monster from sunset to sunrise.
That sounds good, and I'd expect her to do everything she can to keep what she is secret from him as long as she can. Also, she might usually take precautions to make sure she doesn't hurt anyone at night.
So what do they look like as monsters? Are they kinda like werewolf things or more like a dragon thingy? What exactly do you have in mind?
It has to be something tough and very strong and fast/ swift
Okay, so this is NOT werewolf, but what if they turn into wolves?
The twist is that they turn into huge wolves, like larger than elephants. Maybe even as big as a house.
Hmmm. Sounds good. Giant wolf thing, but they can't be so strong there is no hope for Princey Boy. I'm not saying they have a weakness, I'm just saying he has to stand a chance of at least escaping from getting eaten.
Okay, well I'm thinking the girl should be smaller than the other guy, and they should generally be a fair size larger than elephant but not so huge they're impossible. Does that sound reasonable?
Yes. I think the boy should have some magic ablity. Maybe a magic weapon like King Arthur's sword (I'm not even going to try to spell it) or an magic item. Are you okay with this?
Yes, he can have a magic item of your choice, although I think he should rely heavily on physical ability.
He will, but I just think a magical item will give him a nice edge.
Are there anymore details we need to discuss or are we ready for the skellie outline?
I think we're ready...
And the rest is optional to be developed during the RP, in my opinion.
Sounds good. I'll post mine in the morning. I have to go. Bye!! :D
Bye. I'll post mine at some point tonight or tomorrow.
Name: Henrie Isaiah Mackentauge Hawkins II
(royals always seem to have stupidly long names. :P) Goes by Henrie.
Appearance: Dark black hair that can look blue when the light hits it just right. He is tall ( a little over 6 foot) and lean and in shape from all of his trainning. His face is handsome, except for a large red blotch mark on his cheek from where he was burned. He hates to wear his royal attire because it is so hot and bulky so for the most part his is wearing his riding clothes: brown pants, a blue cotton shirt, his sword, his bow, leather boots that come up to his knees and his black cloak. He always wears his ring that signals him as an heir to the throne.
Extra: his sword is enchanted to be able to always return to his hand when he calls it by its name and it will never break or shatter.
((Acceptable to you?))
(Yup, looks good to me)
Name: Raven Sage.
Appearance: She has beautiful black hair that falls in curls down past her shoulders, long enough to cover her breasts. She stands at about 5'7" with a slim but attractive body. Her eyes are a bright, nearly impossible shade of blue, so that they look almost like one would expect of lightning or electricity. Her skin is fair, and her features are innocent. On her back are several magic markings connected with her transformation. She often wears black dresses of her own making or men's riding clothes. She always wears black boots that come nearly to her knees.
Extra: She's made a habit of carrying several knives, all hidden on her body or in a small pouch usually at her hip. She is ambidexterous, meaning she can use both her hands equally well, although she usually sticks to one hand to surprise people.
Sounds good. Are we ready to start then?
I believe so, if you can think of a good starting point, go ahead. Or I can start.
((I'll start with Henrie entering the town))
It had been an extremely long journey from the captial city to this town. Him and his men- five soldiers and two of his personal servants-- were worn out from the two week journey. They had been attacked by beastes and robbers alike, but all had fared and made it here.
Henrie had noticed that how they had gotten closer and closer to the town how things became increasingly damaged. Large trees had been uprooted and the sad remains of broken carts scattered the road. Now that he made it to the down he realized it was in worse shape than he had first imagined.
He reigned his horse to a stop at the top of the hill and peered down into the valley. Buildings were crushed and rubble from the wall littered the ground. He could see the people below repairing the damages, but even he knew those repairs would take a while.
"My, lord?" one of his soldiers questioned.
Henrie nudged his horse forward. "I think we have a great job ahead of us, men."
He just hoped it wasn't too great of a job.
She kept a close eye on the time as she looked after the children of the town. Some were orphans, their parents killed by the beast of the night. Raven could only pray she wasn't the one who had orphaned these children. She looked up when someone called out and everyone looked and started sounding hopeful at the sight of men on horses coming. The man leading, she heard from a woman nearby, was in fact the prince himself.
"They're here to rid the beast!" Someone exclaimed joyously.
Raven swallowed, shifting uncomfortably. So the rumors were true...the king had sent his son to get rid of the beast of the night. He was going to kill her if he found her out. Perhaps now was the time to leave. But then she'd have to set up a whole new way of keeping herself locked up at night. Currently, she stayed in a cave it an opening too small and walls too thick for her to get out in her beast form.
She tried to return her attention to the children, not wanting to seem suspicious to anyone.
His horse perked its head up as the shouts of the towns people reached their ears. Henrie's soldiers hoisted the kingdom's flag up high. The banner of red and white sat dully in the still breeze. A person couldn't even see the emble of the stag on it.
Henrie sat up straighter and tried his best to look fearless, but the closer he got to the ruins of town the more he realized this was going to challenging. But he had fought monsters before. He had even taken down a dragon, yes, it had been a small one (only the size of a three oxen), but it was still a dragon. Surely he could take care of this monster too.
Henrie stopped his horse again once he reached the town square. The people made a circle around him and he tried to find some sort of athority.
"Where is the govenor? Or the duke?" he asked.
A small, old balding man pushed his way to the prince and bowed so low his long pointy nose nearly scraped the ground, which Henrie found mildy impressive.
"Your highness! Welome, welcome! I hope your journey was pleasent."
"It was well enough," Henrie said and then looked around. "I see this monster of yours has been wrecking havoic on this town."