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The idea for this rp is based heavily off of the book “The Disappearances” by Emily Bain Murphy. You, of course, don’t have to read the book to figure out what’s going on, but it’s a vERY good book in case you wanna add it to your TBR list. ;)
The year was 1943. In the span of only three years, you along with every person across the globe have been rocked by the start of World War II. It affected every single aspect of your life, from your waking hour to the time you went to bed. However, there was thing that you never expected the war to take from you: your family. Your father and mother have always been your foundation, your structure to lean on when things got rough. But when your mother passed away from an illness in 1938, your family ties began to loosen, and when your father was drafted out to war in January, they completely snapped.
Now, in late August, you are on a train to stay with your mother’s old friend in a town called Sterling. Your mother had briefly mentioned this town and her old friend before, but you never understood why she left. As you stare out the window of the train, you can’t help but wonder if you’ll find out more about your mother’s past. But, as you pull into the train station, you quickly realize that you’ll go back home with more questions than answers.
Everyone in Sterling is the definition of mysterious, and as soon as you set foot in your town, you can feel their hostility towards you. These strange people intrigue you, but no one intrigues you more than Abigail, the daughter of the woman you’re staying with. While Abigail avoids you at first, she soon starts to form a connection with you, and through your conversations, you begin to discover that there’s more to this town than meets the eye.
Experienced rpers only, please!! We’re likely all fairly new and unpublished authors, but I would like to keep this rp running for a while.
I do not want this rp to die out as soon as we start, so please make your replies around two paragraphs long. I would also like good grammar. :))
While I do tend to write with some darker themes, I like to keep the romance in my rps at a PG level. I’m totally fine with kissing and hugging, but I stay away from any sexual themes.
I do reserve the right to say no. Please don’t get offended! You’re all amazing writers on here, but some writing styles work better with mine than others.
While I totally get that we’re all pretty busy, I would like someone who can be active at least once every 1-3 days.
While this isn’t required, my OC, Abigail, is straight, so I would prefer you to have male OC.
If y’all want to do templates, we can, or if you wanna jump right in, I’m good with that as well. :))