|OC's Needed! Apocalypse
Author: Shouta Izukai PM
School for training kids that have Genesis to survive apocalypse. OC's needed! Summary and submission form inside.Rated: Fiction T - English - Horror/Friendship - Chapters: 10 - Words: 12,377 - Reviews: 28 - Favs: 2 - Follows: 6 - Updated: 06-01-13 - Published: 09-08-12 - id: 3056870
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OC's needed! (Obviously I guess) Anyways, I'm making a story and I need characters. I will sort your character based on their personality, and don't worry, none of the Families are horrible, although traitors and evil dudes tend to be in Nightclaw. Send in PM or review, I don't care.
Summary: In the center of the Bermuda Triangle there is an island. This island is the safe haven for a school. This school is the Government's secret apocalypse survival plan. The AHSP (Apocalypse Human Survival Project) is a project started by Abraham Lincoln, where the government looks for young teens with the ability 'Genesis'. This power allows some form of survival for a human, from the ability to fly to the formation of a weapon.
The school, Gaia Academy, has 7 Families, made after the 7 original Genesis Keepers, who had found the island in the first place. The Families are Skylight, Phoenixflame, Souldrop, Earthsong, Nightclaw, Windhawk, & Moonspirit. You are sorted by your ability and personality, and given a tattoo symbolizing your Family.
This is the story of the teens, and their journey in the War with the Infected.
Sorry, completely forgot about this, (and I just realized it too...) but there are 9 years in all, the ninth being optional. Please ask me if you want to see the classes, electives and all.
Name (and nickname if any):
Appearance (Hair, eyes, significant scars, etc.):
Genesis (Can be anything useful):
What you think they should do?:
Skills/strengths (include fighting abilities):
Age & Year/teacher:
Love Interest (optional):
Stuff I Missed/Other:
Thanks! And PM me or something if you want to know what the classes are for teachers and for electives for students. Still a work in progress with information though.