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X-Men movie RPG focusing on the conflicts between the X-brood and the Brotherhood. Help us try to capture the essence of the struggle between mutants and humans; see the world move forward as you put your life on the line... whether for humanity's sake, or against it!

Choose a character from the movie and audition, or send a short analysis of the person and how you plan to write him or her. Comic characters are welcome, but they must fit within the movieverse, i.e. no future children of characters. Made-ups are also embraced, but please play at least one existing movie character.

Try to keep grammar, spelling, and ettiquette a priority, but you won't be rejected for slipping up now and then; we all make mistakes. Most important is being considerate to other players. Killing is forbidden without permission from the player, or in the case of movie characters, the moderators. Romantic relationships are encouraged, but please try to make it believable; most characters shouldn't just leap into bed together. You may alter the situations between the characters, but roleplay it so that it works. As to rating, PG-13 is probably right, although I will allow higher-rated posts on the exclusive condition that there be a warning in the subject line/at the beginning of the posts in question.

All main characters are currently taken or temped (temporarily played until we find a player who wants that character more). Students are encouraged, though--we have no Bobby, no St. John, and no Kitty, for example, only a Jubilee. Lurkers are not shunned, and we try to be quick on approval, so sign up today!

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