Alison Jones is now Taken!

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You didn’t have your ask box open so I couldn’t message you but you’re accepted! Fantastic para! (Be sure to message me with your character blog after aswell)

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Olivia Morris is now Taken!

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where do i submit my application?

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We’re a new Scre4m roleplay base containing both the characters from the movie and OCs. So drop by and take a look if you’d like ;)

We’re a new Scre4m roleplay base containing both the characters from the movie and OCs. 
So drop by and take a look if you’d like ;)

Dwight “Dewey” Riley | FC: David Arquette | Ships: Up to player | Friends: Up to player | Open

Dwight “Dewey” Riley | FC: David Arquette | Ships: Up to player | Friends: Up to player | Open

Lessa Whitten | 16 | FC: Dakota Blue Richards | Ships: Up to player | Friends: Up to player | Open
If you ask any Woodsboro HIgh teacher about Lessa Whitten they’ll most likely tell yout hat she’s “troubled” and “problematic” and ocasionally “rude and distruptive”. She’s the kind of girl who always speaks her mind, and is angered easily. If you get on her good side, then you have great chance of being friends with her. If you get on her bad side- you just don’t want to get on her bad side. During freshman year Lessa made a lot of bad choises which then lead her to drugs but she couldn’t care less about any of that. She speaks of death ery often, often enough for the school to send her to the guidance counselour who then said that she was “frightening” and often “disturbing”. The guidance counselor wants Lessa tested for a mental disorder but Lessa certainly wont let that happen.

Lessa Whitten | 16 | FC: Dakota Blue Richards | Ships: Up to player | Friends: Up to player | Open

If you ask any Woodsboro HIgh teacher about Lessa Whitten they’ll most likely tell yout hat she’s “troubled” and “problematic” and ocasionally “rude and distruptive”. She’s the kind of girl who always speaks her mind, and is angered easily. If you get on her good side, then you have great chance of being friends with her. If you get on her bad side- you just don’t want to get on her bad side. During freshman year Lessa made a lot of bad choises which then lead her to drugs but she couldn’t care less about any of that. She speaks of death ery often, often enough for the school to send her to the guidance counselour who then said that she was “frightening” and often “disturbing”. The guidance counselor wants Lessa tested for a mental disorder but Lessa certainly wont let that happen.