Hey, I'm Celaira! You can call me Cel, Cela, Cel-chan, Cela-chan, or you can come up with your own nickname for me (obviously others have, heh). Anyway, I've been RP'ing for about... 9 years now, mostly text based in origin. In all the time I've Roleplayed, I've found that I tend to prefer high-modern fantasy RP's. In terms of other genres that I like, there's: Dark Fantasy, Horror, Sci-Fi, Dystopian, and Steampunk. However, even with all those listed, I'll try anything once. Something I've noticed in RP culture since I began my journey amidst the vastness that is imagination, is that there seems to be this "war on one-liners" mentality wherein short posts are bad, and long posts are good. Now, while I agree that extremely short posts--one-line--may not always give something to reply to, sometimes that's all that's needed. Sometimes it's not. For me, it depends on the character(s)--both mine and my partners'--and the given scenario or setting. I'm pretty long winded when it comes to this subject, as such I'll move on. I love world and character building. Creating a world, its species, its cultures, and everything in between is so much fun for me. Sometimes I make worlds and just post them up for people to play in (this most predominantly happened on Facebook, which I have since deleted). Creating believable characters, or one dimensional characters that I can develop into three as time goes on. Ah, I guess I have to cut this short, dinner time for me. If you have any questions, by all means, ask! I love answering them.