~✩ Anyone may join; you don't need to ask permission! ✩~
Just fill in the form below so people know who your character(s) are and start role-playing!
Please read the whole description. If you have any questions, chances are all the info you're looking for is here! :)
Welcome to Aurora, land of color and magic. Here, people are assigned a color and a familiar at age 5. The color shows the strength of their magical talent. Red is the least talented, Violet the most. At age 12, they finish their apprenticeship and take the Test. The Test determines if they are strong enough to get a color. Those who can't get a color are banished from Aurora. The most powerful ones become the Gold, Silver, and Bronze magicians. What will happen to you?
(The time period is set in the Middle Ages/Renaissance Era.)
Color: (if they took the Test)
Family and colors:
**Familiars are animals that help your character**
(You can also remix & fill in this bio template: https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/127076699/ ).
- Mythical familiars are not permitted
- Your character's age has to be 12+
- No bronze/silver/gold characters unless you are a curator
- Keep your color rank confined to the colors of the rainbow: Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Indigo, and Violet. Your rank CANNOT be white, black, turquoise, pink, etc.
- Make sure your characters are not superheroes and your powers never overpowered (sometimes known as Mary Sues). They're just not fun to role-play with for your fellow role-players. All characters can have up to 3 powers, unless gold or silver ranked. Also, make sure your characters have flaws and limits.
- Curator spots are closed for now, sorry!
Want to take the Test? https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/87882045/
Want to know more about the Test?
Link to CD: The New Land RPG:
*curators only, or please request to join*
Also, you should take a look at @bubble103's INCREDIBLE trailer for this Roleplay: https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/70058680/
The first episode by @bubble103 based on this Roleplay is here: https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/71447764/
Episode 2: https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/97663280/
Stories set in the world of the Color Divide: