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13 Roleplay Plots You Haven't Thought Of Yet
Stuck on ideas for a roleplay? Here you go!
One thing that many creators know is that fun to have characters and different universes to work with but what's the point if you have nothing to do with them? Many people turn to roleplay as a fun way to use characters, whether they're original or from a fandom. It'd a fun escape for many people but what happens when you run out of ideas to do? It's a terrible spot to be in. So here are a few different role play plot ideas.
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1. Guardian Angel
Person A has had many near-death experiences in their life. They should be dead but it's as if something is protecting them. Then they meet Person B, their guardian angel.
2. Vampire Prince
Person A is a vampire Prince. They rule the kingdom and sit on the throne, but it's all with reluctance. Every year a sacrifice is brought from a nearby village for The Vampire Royalty. They kidnap Person B and take them to the castle.
From here you can go in any direction you want! Person A can turn person B into a vampire, Person A can have mercy on them and send them back to the village, or maybe even keep Person B as a pet or something of the likes. This one is very open so just have fun with it!
3. Mental Hospital Patient/ Doctor
Person A is a mental hospital patient, put there for any reason you'd like. So far nobody has been able to make progress with Person A. That is until Person B comes along.
This one is good if you like getting deep into characters and their relations with others.
4. Western Universe
Person A is riding along the outskirts of their ranch when they see Person B on the ground. Person B has been shot and will soon bleed to death if they aren't helped.
I left this one fairly open too. Does Person A take the risk and help Person B? What will it cost them if the do?
5. Werewolf Universe
I don't really have anything specific for this one. I feel it's a bit of an oldie but goodie. Similar to the Vampire one there are a lot of ways you could go. Are they both werewolves? Is one human? Does one of them get turned and the other has to deal with it? Are there two werewolf packs fighting? There are just so many possibilities with this one, just go for it.
6. Zombie Apocalypse
After losing all of their supplies, friends and allies Person A finds themselves lost and without any defense. That is until they run into Person B's group. How does Person B react? Do they accept Person A with open arms or are hey hostile and wary?
This one mostly applies to fandom related RP's. Take the lead characters and reverse their roles. Make them the opposite of who or what they really are and see where that leads you.
8. Ghost and Haunted
Person A has just moved into their new home. (Apartment, Mansion, cozy town house, whatever you'd like) The first few nights are peaceful. Then things start to get crazy and the meet Person B. Person B inhabited the home once upon a time. They were killed some how and were stuck to their house as a ghost.
9. Memory loss
Person A and Person B have known each other for a long time. Person A gets into an accident, giving them head trauma and causing them to forget Person B, or even everything they've ever known. It's up to Person B to help them remember and if they don't remember, to help them figure out their life.
10. Body Swap
I feel like this is fairly self-explanatory. Person A and Person B switch bodies for a certain amount of time. Chaos ensues as they try to pretend to be each other and sort everything out.
(As in the movie, "Purge")
Person A and Person B are going through the Purge. They end up stuck together fighting against people who want to kill them.
This one is fairly open too. Have fun with who your characters are and their status and things like that.
12. Mind Reading for a day
Person A suddenly wakes up with the ability to read minds. What happens when they read their best friend, Person B's mind?
This could be a good spot to combine another one of these with this one! Maybe Person B had some secrets they really didn't want Person A to find out about.
13. Treasure Hunter Universe
Person A is a respectable treasure hunter. They put years of work into finding the most amazing treasure of their life only to have Person B, a treasure thief, to steal it right at the last moment.
Deep in the Heart of Texas
A Texan's responsibilities when introducing an out-of-stater to Texas culture.
While in college, you are bound to be friends with at least one person who is not from Texas. Now Texas is a culture of its own, and it is up to you to help introduce them to some good ole Texas traditions during their time here. Show your friends that famous Southern hospitality!
- First and foremost, take your friends to Whataburger. It should be illegal to go more than a week in Texas without ever having had a honey butter chicken biscuit.
- Persuade them to invest in a good pair of cowboy boots. They'll thank you later.
- Show them real BBQ. Not burgers or hot dogs, but brisket and ribs.
- While we are on the subject of food, make sure they try some texmex. "The Mexican food sucks north of here anyways" isn't just a line in a song.
- Take them to a rodeo. What's more American than bull riding and cattle roping?
- Clarify what it means to be a Texan. Not every Texan lives on a ranch or rides a horse. Texan is more than a way of living, its a state of being.
- Help your friend get accustomed to the heat. We know it gets hot in other places, but Texas heat (a blood-boiling combination of high temperatures and high humidity) is something else.
- Convince your friend to switch from Coke to Dr Pepper. They'll be better off for it.
- Hit up Buc-ee's. You'll be surprised how much a gas station can impress your friend.
- Take your friend to get some Blue Bell. Listeria aside, it's the only brand we trust.
- Attend a music festival. SXSW, ACL, and FPSF provide good music, good food, and a good time.
- Take pictures in the bluebonnets. Every Texan has at least one.
- Grow a love of football in them if they don't already have one because they'll need it.
- Teach them that Texas should not be about bigotry or close-mindedness, but kindness and acceptance. Everything is sweeter in Texas, including the people.
Now these aren't all of the things that it takes to be a Texan, but it is a good start. Help your friend learn about the culture they'll be living in during college and remind them of the saying, "Don't mess with Texas!"
Marching Through March
Some appreciation for the month of March.
I love the entire year. Well, for the most part. I'm not a big fan of Winter, but even then, every month has something that's pretty great. November? Thanksgiving. December? Winter Holidays. January? New Year's. February? Valentine's and Single Awareness Day. May? Existential dread during finals. But for me, March has always been my favorite month of the year, and for good reason.
I'll admit, I'm a bit biased--after all, one of the larger reasons that I like March is that my birthday is on March 20th. So, yeah, there's that. But, you know what else March has? The beginning of Spring. Which, coincidentally, is also my birthday (the Vernal Equinox). So, that's pretty cool! The beginning of Spring is always a bonus, if I do say so myself. (My birthday bias aside.) Also, it seems as if my birthday is Alien Abduction Day. Which is also pretty... interesting. Fun fact!
The flowers begin to bloom, allergies begin to flare up, and the weather can't decide whether it wants to rain, snow, or be unseasonably warm. (Gotta love that Cleveland weather.) But, hey, at least it's no longer ungodly cold (as often), and the sun's been staying out longer. The small victories. To that effect, Daylight Savings is this month as well--March 12, to be specific. We may lose an hour of sleep, but that extra hour of sunlight is definitely worth it!
March also has St. Patrick's Day, which is a pretty big deal where I'm from (near Cleveland). Though I'm not Jewish, Purim is also happening--so, happy Purim to all who celebrate it! In Japan there's White Day, and Pi Day is the same day as well!
For this year, not only is Beauty and the Beast being released in live-action, but the Nintendo Switch is being released as well. And, hey, it's Women's History month! So, that's pretty awesome as well.
Most of all, the crowning point of March, the point that everyone is waiting for with baited breath, is Spring Break! At least, for my college. But, in general, Spring Break is in March. Or, as I like to call it, "that moment after your midterms when you can finally function like a normal human being again". It is worth marching through March just to get to that break. I can almost taste it. (I say, as I am basically drowning in my midterms at the moment.)
Still, that aside, March is a pretty great month overall, my personal opinions aside. There are lots of holidays, the year is beginning to shift toward Spring, and all in all, don't forget that March is a month of wonderful holidays and events. So, as March goes on, march through it with that in mind. It will make your month all the more fun!
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A Girl And Her Pen by Sara AshtonA Girl And Her Pen
Or keyboard, in the modern society...
This is a response to When You Give A Girl A Paint Brush.
'Tis The Season! How To Thrive on Green Beer Day by Emily Templeton'Tis The Season! How To Thrive on Green Beer Day
To drink or not to drink. The history of the holiday and tips on how to celebrate safely.
This is a response to 10 Things You Can Do Instead Of Drinking Or Partying On St. Patrick’s Day.
I Never Had A Prom And I Turned Out Fine by Hunter JohnstoneExploring The Expectations
Just another thing ruined by the pandemic.
This is a response to From Buying The Dress, To Finding The Perfect Date, Prom Is Worth It.
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5 high paying jobs don't need a college degree
Trade School Graduates Make Lucrative Careers Without College Debt
The common belief that a college degree is a prerequisite for a high-paying job is no longer as accurate as it once was. In today's fast-paced and ever-evolving world, many lucrative career opportunities do not require a traditional four-year degree. As an expert in career development and workforce trends.
President Biden, in his State of the Union address this month, spoke of "jobs paying an average of $130,000 a year, and many do not require a college degree." In all, some 30 million jobs in the United States that pay an average of $55,000 per year don't require bachelor's degrees, according to the Georgetown Center on Education and the Workforce. Here are 5 avenues to explore.
1. Skilled Trades: Skilled trades have always been a cornerstone of our economy, and their demand continues to grow. Electricians, plumbers, and HVAC technicians, for instance, can earn impressive salaries. After completing a vocational program or apprenticeship, individuals in these fields can expect to make anywhere from $50,000 to over $100,000 annually, depending on their experience and specialization.
2. Entrepreneurship: Entrepreneurship provides a unique opportunity for individuals to create their own success. Founders of startups and small business owners can potentially earn substantial incomes without the need for a college degree. While entrepreneurship requires a diverse skill set and a high degree of risk tolerance, it allows for unparalleled freedom and financial rewards for those who persevere
3. Creative Professions: Creative professionals, such as graphic designers, photographers, and content creators, can build lucrative careers without a college degree. With the rise of digital marketing, demand for these skills has increased exponentially. By developing a strong portfolio and networking within their industry, creative professionals can earn between $50,000 and $100,000 or more per year
4. Software Development: The technology sector has consistently demonstrated rapid growth, and software development is no exception. Although many developers hold degrees in computer science, it is not a strict requirement. Self-taught developers, as well as those who have completed coding bootcamps, can secure well-paying jobs in the industry. Salaries for software developers can range from $60,000 to well over $100,000 per year
5. Real Estate: Real estate agents and brokers can achieve significant financial success without a college degree. By obtaining a real estate license, building a strong network, and staying informed about market trends, agents can earn substantial commissions on property sales. Top-performing real estate professionals can make six-figure incomes or higher.
While these career paths do not require a college degree, it is important to remember that they still necessitate dedication, hard work, and continuous learning.
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