In the near future, genetic manipulation has become a normal amongst many first world countries. Parents are able to choose the sex and even physical features of their babies before they are born, or even developed. With the genetic manipulations, parents can also choose nonhuman features to add to their children, like fox ears as oppose to human ears, tails sprouting from the tailbone, etc. However, its a rather uncommon procedure, and kids that have these mutations are usually discriminated against or bullied by purebred humans. Your character, for one reason or another, will join the school club put together for equal treatment for the unfairly labeled otherkind.
No godmodding, bunnying, or other actions that could be considered unfair to other users.
No flat characters. They usually don't have much effort or depth put into them.
No unoriginal characters. Clones of existing characters are just as lazy as flat characters.
Posts must be longer than 1 sentence, and sentences can't be just [X looked around]
Under appearance either use a picture your specific character is in, or describe him/her. Taking a stock anime picture and claiming its your character is lazy.
Limit of up to 3 main characters.
Character must be in high school.
Appearance: (State otherkind features here)
My Own Characters:
Appearance: Long, light green hair. Light green eyes. About 5'8"and lanky. Small fox ears poke out of her hair, and she has a large, fluffy tail. She also has relatively sharp canine teeth. Frequently dyes hair/fur to match her mood.
Personality: A leader amongst most of her friends, overall outgoing and adventurous, though prone to be a little reclusive around people she crushes on.
Bio: Kris lived a relatively good life. She mostly stayed on her computer and spoke with other "Otherkind" over forums and chatboxes. She gained the reputation of being a leader both online and offline for constantly pushing ideas and growing a following on many sites, right up to the point where she was banned for "forcing otherkind thoughts onto users" though her legacy lives on most of those sites, with some of the others having shut down from the protests of her ban.