Welcome to Plagued! We are an original zombie roleplay forum with a twist! On this active zombie survival forum, we accept players of all different skill levels, and have a grand variety of character types and locations to explore.
It's been over five years since the dead began to rise, and an overwhelming force of demonic enemies are running rampant in the streets. The population of undead are growing and constantly on the move, but can humanity survive such a deadly plague? Or is it already too late?
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The theater was a spectacular disaster of rot and ruin, but beautiful in it's corrosion. Astrid had never danced in a place like this before. Every stage she'd been on was small and unprofessional, unpaid performances done required by her dance school for a grade. This one, however, with it's decrepit wood and moldering velvet curtains, had a dark romance about it. It was almost attractive in it's purulence. The feather light amazon found the stairs, creaky and cracked, and made her way on top of the stage. She could almost hear the music in her head like it was playing out of a stereo; if she closed her eyes, she could almost imagine that it was.
Sneakers weren't the best dancing shoes, but she wouldn't dare go barefoot on something as splintered as this wood. Her motions managed to be fluid regardless, only faltering slightly on her spins. Without a care in the world, Astrid danced on the stage like she owned it, her eyes half closed and her mind swimming with painted images of a crowd watching her. She imagined instead of the drab clothes she wore for convenience, she wore a leotard and a pretty tutu. She imagined the bun her hair was in was tight and prim rather than loose and unkempt. She imagined the world was simple and she was not living in a world of monsters and demons.
She danced like she was disappointed in the world.