Estorica is an original medieval fantasy roleplay built for players that want to have creative freedom in a structured setting. It is a roleplay where you can be anything and do anything so long as your level of understanding and attention to detail to the structured setting permit it. The structured setting is otherwise known as “The world of Malice” is extremely malleable and flexible in its concepts, so much so that its full potential has not been reached in terms of possibility. The roleplay itself is slow burning, not fast-paced but built in a way that allows solid foundation and satisfying stories so long as the players behind them are dedicated to their craft. People join Estorica because they want an open form of cooperative storytelling without limitations such as character race, and abilities or the lack of opportunity to start new concepts and ideas. Estorica does this with its unique character creation process and its open and loose lore that manages to tell complex and intricate stories without hindering other players.
A JRPG-inspired fantasy roleplay. Set in the world of Drylla, the races vie for survival. But strange things are beginning to happen around the world: monsters are appearing in greater numbers, strangers who claim to have come from a foreign land to seek refuge, and a group known as the Rhakoth who claim to be the Voice of the Gods lost thousands of years ago.
Eledria has a number of playable races: humans, elves, half-elves, halflings (animal/human hybrids), kindred (elf-like vampires), dragonkin (dragon humanoid shapeshifters) and dwarves. We draw much of the thematic elements of our lore and setting from various JRPG series, as well as some d&d elements added.
An immersive high fantasy role-play forum located on Jcink Premium, rated 3/1/3. We have over 80 playable races, ten full worlds, and a spectacular mentoring program to help new members get involved quick. Whether you want to take part in the sitewide plot or do something solely based on the lore we offer, BTACD has what you’re looking for! Join today 😀
Peace with Spain was signed in February 1720. In late April its news arrived to the West Indies, so all the Navies got allied against the common foe – pirates, making their trade more difficult to survive. Which side are you on?
We are not the usual sandboxy RPG, neither a narrative-driven one, but a story-focused writing community where each actively writing character can make a difference and an impact on the overall plot. We are writing collaboratively a coherent story with many sideplots aside of it. We also have guides to help you with the time setting, and are more influenced by historical events rather than following them by the history books!