My Parents Are Alien. List of some female. The is getting. From: guestmonths, post 1. Hello fellow TF lovers!
Into the dungeon
I've been on the hunt recently for some good role play, particularly Gender Bending type play. I've taken the Second Life route, and while it's fun it's very hit-or-miss.
Sometimes there's good RP and sometimes it's all prop-clicking. So I'm off looking for online gaming arenas that might have more of an emphasis on imagination and story telling. Turns out it's difficult to find such things with the google machine, but I'm still trying.
There are lots of dead links, servers that have gone to the wayside and channels full of idling people, but nothing with a thriving community. Maybe I'm searching wrong, or missed the right set of keywords to get the I'm hoping for. Preferably with at least some emphasis on gender swapping?
R rated content and all that jazz.
Thanks for the he-up Brayn. Also, it's been a while since I've played with a mud, so that's been a re-learning curve too. I am not much into online and computer games, but years ago in Steve Jackson's Games "Cyberpunk" there was material on surgical sex changes of various degrees, but no scenarios were offered to support the idea.
In a "Call of Chthulhu" frp game support book they suggested that the Lovecraftian body-switching technology of the Great Race from "Shadow Out of Time" could be used to switch bodies. They gave an example of a monster-hunter being switched back to the Middle Ages as Maid Marion of Sherwood.
One magical encounter was the "magical fountain" that changes sex. Depending on luck and reactions, a of outcomes could happen to the player's character. In the 25th Anniversary edition of the fantasy board game "Divine Right," they have a transformation curse that will turn one person into another person. The result can be a gender change, depending how the random draw comes off. Also of interest, It looks to me that the female warrior character "Trouble" has a game piece illustrated with a silhouette adapted from a picture of "Sir Tristan", who was a regular in "Camelot ", a miniseries by Michael Barr, who later went on to do the famous tg superheroine Mantra for Malibu Comics.
Tristan is presented as a rapist knight who was reincarnated as a woman as divine punishment. And the bio material for this game character "Trouble" actually hints that some believe that the mysterious tg tf game was formerly a male champion who was cursed and seeks to find the means to return to his former shape.
Is it a reach to think that she might have been inspired by Barr's Sir Tristan? Maybe the original story was not developed, as you say, but Leeson's story is one of his best. With me, the ending of a story is the most important thing, since a good plot can be thrown away with an illogical or timid ending. The wrap up of Magic Fountain left me wishing it could be turned into a movie.
A Girl? Oh and the opening animation video is very interesting and has a great morph scene.