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Discussion in 'Roleplay Institute' started by WavePearl, Sep 19, 2022.

  1. WavePearl

    WavePearl Believer in Possibilities

    (Articuno Egg)
    Level 12
    Nov 22, 2012
    (this RP is rated E10+ for fantasy stage violence)

    Inspired by this RP by @122 Generation and the anime Revue Starlight

    The Kakuzen (sparkling) Theater, known far and wide across the Pokeworld for its lavish and spirited productions of folk tales, fairy tales, mythology, literary classics, and sometimes original stories inspired by these. Aspiring actors, performers, and crew members attend the company's onsite academy before they officially debut, where they learn how to act, how to sing, how to play instruments, how to dance, how to fight onstage, how to perform acrobatics, and more.

    Both boys and girls join the Kakuzen every year, and train for three years before they are placed in one of the Kakuzen's eight jewel themed troupes. In addition to a knowledgeable teaching staff, actors from the eight troupes frequently pitch in to mentor the students, and sometimes play certain roles in the students' plays.

    You play one of the members of the Kakuzen's 64th class of trainees--will you go on to stardom in the Kakuzen, or will you be famous for all the wrong reasons?

    Sign up here with the following info:

    Character's name (and preferred pronouns, if you wish)
    Character's age (anywhere from age 13 to 16 will do)
    Character's basic appearance: (what your character basically looks like)
    Character's personality/known history (What's your character like, and why do they want to join the Kakuzen)
    Character's birthday: (your characters will age as the story progresses across the three years of training, plus your grand debut)
    Character's theme color (this affects what your character's training garb, and possibly some of their costumes, looks like)
    Character's known Pokémon, if any (any non Legendary, including known SV Pokémon, is fine. If you really want a Legendary on your team, explain how your character got the Legendary on their team)
    Character's skills (what can your character do well that translates to the stage? What can they do well offstage?)
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