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In which a young woman stumbles upon a mutant grub, and finds herself experiencing a crisis of faith. And, well, in matters of faith, who else would she turn to?

I just adored this Highblood interpretation, played by the wonderful misterraviolio, and couldn't bear to let the dynamic and plot we managed to build go unshared. Plus, I tend to play a Rosa who left the caverns when she was about middle-aged, but I've always loved the idea of her as a very young mother, a teen or young adult still working out exactly what she believes. I've finally had the chance to play it out! It's funny how she speaks so much more formally, but that's the environment she's been in; hopefully in other areas she still reads as young. That's something I actually put a lot of thought into.

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Here you go!
This is amazing, and I'm quite glad to see that a purpleblood isn't portrayed as a crazy fuckin dash to run up. Especially GHB.

Your Dolorosa is amazing as well, for sure.
(11-05-2016 03:32 PM)sentientApocolypse Wrote: [ -> ]This is amazing, and I'm quite glad to see that a purpleblood isn't portrayed as a crazy fuckin dash to run up. Especially GHB.

Your Dolorosa is amazing as well, for sure.

Thank you!

And yes, I agree, this is a really, really nice highblood portrayal. The prejudice COMES from somewhere! The dogma is believable! What's terrifying about highbloods, and GHB in particular, is that they're inflated caricatures of very real discrimination and senseless violence that people actually commit, so it's incredible to find a roleplayer who actually understands why. Other than a gross and ableist "he's crazy," ofc
Hey there! I had finally gotten around to making a msparp forum account and out of curiosity stumbled upon this. Again I'm still super flattered about all you're saying about my interpretation and reading back the rp, it's still really great.
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