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 The City
The Capital of Washington, Olympia is a regional center for fine arts like most of its neighboring cities and has a rich history. Along with being a city rich in the arts and history, it is also one of the best college towns in the nation for its vibrant downtown and access to outdoor activities despite the fact that the city is practically overrun with vampires.
3 15 May 17 2012, 02:19 AM
In: Just Breathe
By: Sage R. Harper
No New Posts Residential Areas
Like most cities, the capital of Washington has its share of upscale homes and lower income homes as well. No matter the size or state the house is in, all of the homes seem to have an elegant air to them. You can find anything to fit your budget from sprawling manors to smaller one and two bedroom homes here.
Subforums: Almundena Manor, 1340. greenwich, way Apt, 17, Ribek's House

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No New Posts The Parks
Need to get away for a day for a quiet place to think? Olympia has a wide array of parks and nature conservation areas to choose from for just this occasion. Some of the places you can spend a nice day at are The Woodard Bay Natural Resources Conservation Area, Percival Landing Park that has a boardwalk along Budd Inlet, as well as a playground, picnic areas and a large open space. There's also Watershed Park, Priest Point Park, Burfoot Park, Sunrise Park and Yauger Park-- which is home to one of Olympia's skate parks.
2 8 May 14 2012, 01:31 PM
In: As the river runs through
By: Eric C. Ribeks
No New Posts Shopping & Nightlife
What's a capital city, a college town at that without plenty of shopping and a vibrant night life? Olympia has everything from quaint boutiques to a few malls for those of us who love to shop. At night the city comes alive as bars and clubs open up. Be careful though which one you decide to go to, as some of the clubs are run by vampires just looking for their next meal.
Subforums: Club Marrow, Kelly's Pub

3 13 May 17 2012, 12:23 PM
In: Life on the side of the road
By: Moriko R. Jensen
No New Posts Attractions
A regional center for fine arts, Olympia is bustling with plenty of things to keep you entertained while visiting. A number of theaters are scattered about the city, as well as the Olympia Symphony Orchestra performs five regular season concerts at the Washington Center and two pop concerts each year. There are also a number of art galleries, visual art centers and there's almost always something going on in this bustling art city from gallery showings, to art and music festivals, to concerts.
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No New Posts Evergreen State College
Founded in 1967 and home to the Geoducks, Evergreen State is a public liberal arts college that has been a large influence on the culture and economy of Olympia as well as its surrounding areas. The campus contains a large tract of undeveloped land along the Puget Sound waterfront, much of it being second growth evergreen forest, which is of use to the students and faculty of the campus as a research and natural area.
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