march 30th 2012 there have been two updates added to the rules. a rating and more detail about character plot creativity. go check it out! april 1st 2012 this is no april fools joke! music in my bones is now officially open! all the boards and posts have been completed and advertising has begun. welcome new members and i hope to see this site thrive for a long long time! april 6th 2012 there has been a lack of activity lately. it is really disappointing that some of you have not been on since you joined! there are a few ways laska would like to see you all get more active. read more. april 7th 2012 after noticing that there are a lot of the same kind of characters, laska has addressed the member and guest body about creativity in characters an a particular ban/regulation. also, a new board has been added for you're use. read more.
to music in my bones
an all new real life college town role play set in north carolina. mimb has a word count of 200 words, but we are very flexible and will pretty much accept all skill levels. we don't have a mandatory application, although we do have a registration form and optional character biography. please, take a look around and register with a first middle last in all lower case. don't be shy either. if you have any questions, ask in the cbox, we don't bite, promise!
Member No.: 1
Joined: 12-March 12
welcome to north carolina
welcome everyone to masonville, north carolina. home to about 15,000 people as well as the students of Eastern Point University. this small town isn't filled with dirty little secrets, although there are some. some people keep to themselves, some socialize, some drive the hour and a half to the beach every weekend.
the town has a certain, other worldly feel. it's peaceful, calm, and everyone likes it just the way it is. there is a fine line between the three districts, the party district which contains the college and the various clubs and restaurants. there is the citizen district, home to the main portion of the population. this district is really where you see the small town vibe, even though there are more than 12,000 people living in or around the citizen district. finally, there is business hill, also known as the middle district. this is where all the shopping and work is (it's like down town). it is situated on a hill right between the college and the homes.
not all the students are obnoxious party animals that constantly get into fights with the locals. EPU has a few prestigious curriculum. their music and arts majors thrive and draw in students from all over. their athletics leave some to be desired, but there is always that freshman coming in who thinks they will be the game changer.
with all the different types of people mixing into this one town, it will sure be an interesting year.