Who: Emorie Tilden (Alison Parker) and ? What: Possible first encounters and Morning newspapers when: November 16, 2009 Where: Messena Sleep Clinic, Front Desk Why: Because morning papers have to be filed and thats when papers come out. Status: Open.
November 16, 2009 The weather in upper New York is cold, 30 degrees with occasional powdery flurries, nothing sticking to the roads until 11 am. Then it climbs to 35 degrees with occasional fine drizzle with overcast mixing occasional times of sunshine.
One more death this morning. Tray Carlton, 19. He never saw a doctor until his girlfriend called an ambulance. He died in Messena St. Regis Hospital emergency room. His hair had traces of gray and he was severely dehydrated.
Whoa, thought it was a nightmare, but no such luck. Heaven and Hell are at war and neither side is looking very promising for the human race. Demons are… well… demons. Most angels are self righteous, manipulative pricks. Where does that leave us? Welcome to the world of Hunters, celestial beings, fiends, unclean spirits and a black ’67 Chevy Impala. There’s a little Apocalypse going on, and ya’ll are invited. God is missing from heaven and the kids decided to throw a hell of a party while he’s away. So where is He, and why isn’t he interceding? Or is he?
”Twixt Heaven and Hell” is a Supernatural RP based on the 5th season of the series, up to episode "Changing Channels", 5.8 with a limited number of players allowed. The show characters are expected to be portrayed as Cannon. No Slash or any other non-cannon style pairings allowed among the show’s scripted players. Original characters are allowed and their sexuality is totally up to the players. This will be an adult game. It allows sexual situations, swearing, and descriptive violence. However, please note this is plot and character driven, with the players having to really do some research to figure out the ‘creature’ cases.
Right now most characters are open.
GAME BEGINS January 16, 2009. Join today>>>>>This RP will have a limited membership to keep the plotlines manageable.