Moon Bound
Welcome to Moon Bound, an original supernatural RPG set in the fictional town of Thunder Cove, Washington.

Its early winter 2013, and the snow is already getting deep in the small coastal town of Thunder Cove. Things in this picturesque tourist town aren't exactly what they seem. Nothing in the world is what it seemed anymore, its as if the closer the world came to that fateful day on the Mayan calendar, the more the supernatural creatures of the world woke up and made their presence known. The fae are walking among us now, as are the old spirit guides and warriors of old Native American lore. The werewolf, vampire, and skinwalker populations have all taken a sudden rise, and the witches of old who had thought their powers lost to them have suddenly found themselves able to do magic again. The world hasn't ended, but its changing. Some say for the better, some say for the worst. In Thunder Cove, the population is split in half knowing that their town is a supernatural hot spot can make things difficult-- especially when the normal members of the population are part of the food chain.


RACES M F
Humans 5 3
Witches 1 0
Spirit Warriors 2 0
Fae 0 2
Skinwalkers 2 1
Werewolves 4 3
Vampires 0 2
TOTALS 14 11
RELATIONSHIPS M F
Single 13 10
Mated 1 1
TOTALS 14 11
Graphics, skin and plot by Ara. All character profiles, threads, and plots credited to the members of Moon Bound. Sidebar by Brook (never look back.) of RCR, RGU, & Blank Pages

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We regret to inform our members that as of now our doors have closed. We had a good run for a little while but due to real life for the admins, things didn't work out for the site. We are in the process of trying to clean up things and do a revamp, so for those of you who are interested in coming back, please be patient.





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No New Posts Housing
Scattered around and about the town of Thunder Cove and surrounding area are the homes of the residents of this coastal town. There's everything from small one bedroom homes to nice two story multi-bedroom homes.
Subforums: Thunder River Pack House, Storm Beach Pack House, 1800 Fletcher’s Avenue, 007 Hope Court, 237 Honeycomb Circle, The Koktelash Homestead, 770 Parapet Road, Ryder's Shack

3 51 Apr 26 2012, 07:58 PM
In: Surprises
By: Brayden A. O'Shae
No New Posts Downtown
There's not much to the tiny town of Thunder Cove, Washington, but as of late its been slowly building up with a few nice boutiques, coffee shops, and bars to try and attract tourists. A brand new hotel is also being built overlooking the beach and views of the ocean to accommodate anyone visiting the town.
Subforums: Mack's Grill & Bar, The Wolves Den

7 32 May 9 2012, 08:38 AM
In: Dreams and Premonitions
By: Christian A. Fallon
No New Posts Thunder Cove Community Hospital
Break a bone? Caught the flu? Just feel icky in general? Then you've come to the right place. Anything having to do with your health can be taken care of at the small community hospital.
1 5 May 9 2012, 02:08 AM
In: Old firends and new friends
By: Aryna I. Dragomir
No New Posts Ridgeview Harbor
Named after the family who funded the rebuild of it after a storm destroyed it, Ridgeview Harbor provides an abundance of services to the town. From vessel moorage, a fuel dock, and a waste water pump, to boat rentals, and is home to a few bait and tackle shops for locals and tourists to come and get their needed supplies for a day on the water fishing.
Subforums: The Solarium Cafe

2 9 May 3 2012, 10:19 AM
In: Coming Clean
By: Payton H. Dallas
No New Posts Thunder Cove
The cove that the town was built around and received its namesake from, it is littered with driftwood from nearby forest that seems to guard the broad sandy beach where visitors and locals can enjoy the ever changing moods of the wild Pacific coast. During the spring and fall, whales can be viewed from the beach when they come close to shore during the annual migrations. Thunder Cove offer scenic views, driftwood, tide pools and wildlife for those who enjoy good surf, be sure to bring a wet suit, board or kayak!
2 1 May 6 2012, 08:05 PM
In: One more link in the chain
By: Trevor R. Donaldson
No New Posts Storm Beach
A small and secluded beach up to the northern end of Thunder Cove, Storm Beach is home to the young of the two packs that reside in the town. Its a small but peaceful stretch of white sand littered with large pieces of sun bleached driftwood, large boulders, and plenty of shells and small glassy pebbles. Not many of the locals come up this far, and its a nice quiet spot for the Storm Beach pack to enjoy a bonfire or walk for those who need a moment to think.
1 1 May 6 2012, 02:45 PM
In: Be Still
By: Brayden A. O'Shae
No New Posts Olympic National Forest
Thunder Cove is surrounded by the thick rainforest like trees that make up the Olympic National Forest. Once past the treeline there are over 200 miles of mountains, trees, meadows, wild rivers that crisscross the land and dangerous dry riverbeds that one might not notice until its too late.
3 13 May 20 2012, 06:50 PM
In: stick to the path
By: Chelsea E. McIntire
 

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