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As you could have probably guessed by the title, I am RPing a mare and trying to find a nice roleplay I can fit into. I've recently purchased the Teegle Horse avatar, and at the moment, I've refrained from purchasing tack until I can find a place to RP. No need to go wasting all of my fresh Lindens now. With that being said, I have no trouble with buying my own items so I'm plenty capable of self-sufficiency should anyone decide that my character would make a good companion. I'm not seeking any type of roleplay in particular because I'm pretty flexible when it comes to genres. Whether it's modern, fantasy, western, or something entirely different, I'm willing to give it a shot. I have no problem with realism so no one has to worry about a talking horse if it's completely inappropriate for the RP. I'd even be glad to join a horse herd if there are any who are open to another member. All I hope to gain is a good story and good people to contribute with. The only thing to keep in mind is that I'm more of a semi-para/para RPer. I can do simple one-liners, but they often don't hold my interest as much. Now, without further ado, a short introduction: Genevieve [name subject to change per request] is a 5-year old, gray Gypsy Vanner cross, and you'd be hard-pressed to find a gentler horse anywhere. She is highly obedient and aims to please her handler (or whoever happens to be in charge) once she understands what is wanted from her. She gets along well with not just other horses but other species as well, sometimes going so far as to indulge her curiosity to investigate anyone new. She holds a certain degree of intelligence that seems to be enough to land her in mischievous situations every now and again, but she's a joy to watch on most days regardless. However, it takes time for her to get to such a state. Genevieve is also very shy and almost unconfident at a glance, especially in unfamiliar situations, and her tendency to become difficult escalates if she isn't calmed properly. Her fear of loud, sudden noises is especially terrible. For those who take the time to work with this snow-white mare, the reward comes in the form of an unyielding loyalty and compassion. Once you've got this horse's trust, it's for life, but the same could also be said if it is broken. If anyone happens to be interested, feel free to either reply to the thread below or send me (Kaybirdy) a message in-world! Same goes for any questions you might have~