Well you never specified if you think dragons should be common or not. I was working on an idea process, I just have to have answers before I can make a truly detailed and liked-by-both-of-us idea.
Okay. So, what questions do you have bout your idea?
Okay, do you think dragons should be common or not?
Nah, I don't think they should be common
It could be that dragons are supposed to be extinct but they're not.
Let's revisit your idea a little. Say a man is in prison for a crime he did not commit. Meanwhile, there's someone scheming to take over the kingdom. Then, on the same day, the schemer takes over, and the man escapes prison.
The man goes to where his dragon is hidden. He's against the man who took over. So he plans a rebellion against him.
During the attack, a princess escapes, but she must pose as a simple peasant to survive. The royal family holds some sort of magical power in rings. Without the princess' ring, he cannot have the power, so he hunts for her. The princess meets up with our dragon-owning friend, and...yeah, sorry, I'm having trouble explaining this.
It's ok :) but, may I bring up an idea? How about our characters were imprisoned in the takeover by the antagonist, and to test my character, he put my guy up against a dragon in the arena. Somehow, my character tames and escapes with the dragon, and during the commotion, your character escapes, and then my character, realizing the importance of your character, comes back to save her. Sorry, that's a little jumbled :/
It's okay, we're both jumbled up but we're getting somewhere. What if your character just has some natural ability to connect with the dragon and so instead of killing him, it helps him escape. Basically I do like your idea, just adding that bit of idea there..
Like sort of a dragon whisperer? I like it :)
Yes, a dragon whisperer. So anything else we need to figure out then?
I don't see anything :P
Okay, so skellies then?
Mhm :) I'll have mine up in a sec
Appearance: Heror is average height for a broadly built young man at about 6'0. He has a thin, handsome face with a high jawline and calm, peaceful hazel eyes. He golden brown curls that barely reach the tops of his eyes.
Personality: Heror is brave and courageous, perhaps a bit too much, as this is what got him captured in the first place. He is friendly to those he knows, unsure of strangers, and feels sorrow for his enemies, surprisingly enough. He believes there is good in everybody, but believes that some people make lots of wrong choices. Some convincing would sway him on that matter if he ever witnessed true evil.
Bio: Heror was a knight in the kingdom when it was attacked by the enemy's rebellion. The King was murdered, along with his son, and the princess and queen were taken prisoner, although rumors are spreading that the queen was killed. Heror was supposed to be a kill for the enemy, being nothing more than a lowly knight, but he managed to evade the enemy numerous times until being cornered in a fort. The rebellion leader (what should the bad guy's name be?) was impressed with his cunning, and gave him a "chance" to live by putting him up against his dragon.
(Looks good to me.)
Appearance: Claire is small, standing at just over 5'5 and being slender and light. She has lively green eyes and curly, raven black hair that falls well past her shoulders. She has a delicate beauty about her that can't be matched by many others...
Personality: To be developed.
Bio: To be revealed.
(Sorry, I leave a lot to be determined or revealed during the actual RP....)
((Alright, cool :) so where in this plot line do you want to start? Before or after he gets the dragon?))
And that's alright. That's actually a good idea :/ I shoulda thought of that
I think the option of before or after should be completely up to you based on whether you'd rather write that out or not.
As for the name, I'm not sure. Something evil-sounding, not like Voldemort, hehe.
Hm... I was thinking Galvas. Dunno why, though :P anyway, I'd rather start before, so I can write out how he discovers his dragon whispering power, if that's alright
That's perfectly fine, and I think Galvas is a fitting name. We can change it later if we find something even better, but I like that for now. So I guess you'll kick us off?