So I've seen some trailers for that new movie, Rise of the Guardians, and I have to say, I'm impressed. Not only do the graphics look cool, but it looks like it has an amazing plotline. Oh, and let us not forget the smexy hotness of Jack Frost.
But I've picked up on a few stuff around the net about it, and I think I might know enough about it to start a decent roleplay. Of course, not having seen the movie yet, it will have to take place before then.
So basically Jack (who I will be playing) is 14 going on 300 today (which in the roleplay is January 1st) Jack doesn't really have the option of celebrating it with anyone, cause he's literally invisible to the world, and the Guardians tend to pretend he doesn't exist. That doesn't mean he can't have a bit of fun...
That's where you come in. I'm hoping for a human character who sees Jack. Maybe Jamie? Please please join.
So without further ado...
Jack laughed in joy as for the millionth time that morning, he flung himself down at the ice covered ground, from far above the treetops. He loved the feel of the cold wind of winter rushing past him, stinging his cheeks with a coldness he had long since gotten accustomed to. Feet from the ground, he leveled out, the draft he had brought from flying so fast upsetting some freshly made snow, which he quickly replaced with his staff. He zoomed down the street, making snow, before rising again and repeating the process on another street.
Jack had a reason to be happy, not that he wasn't every day already. It was January first- Jack's birthday. And this year was his 300th. And it only seemed like a decade or two, let alone three hundred years!
Jack flew up from the street and admired his handiwork. He had really done a good job this time- knee deep snow covered every square inch of street, lawn, roof, and windowsill. Beautiful frost patterns decorated any glass surface visible, all with the number 300 in them if you looked hard enough. Jack had even thought to give the statues in the park little party hats made of snow. He smiled brightly.
"Nothing like celebrating your birthday with a snow day" he said happily to himself, flying back down again and through the streets. People were starting to emerge from their houses, adults grumbling about how hard it would be to get to work, children cheering about how they didn't have to go to school. Jack continued down on to the frost covered park.
He landed lightly on one of the statues shoulders, a watched as more and more children and teens came, doing everything from making snowmen to having snowball fights to attempting to make snow castles. He sat and made himself comfortable by leaning against the statue's huge head, singing the song 'Winter Wonderland' loudly. It wasn't like they could hear him anyways.
"Sleigh bells ring, aren't you listening. In the lane, snow is glistening-"