Welcome to season five of Are You The One, a reality show in which twenty-four competitors will face off in hopes of finding love and winning the million dollar prize. All competitors will have a perfect match, but they do not know who it is.
In this roleplay, each week will be three RP days.
During the first day, there will be a competition and there will be two (sometimes three and maybe only one) winners. The winners will be able to choose who they want to take on a date. After the competition, all of the contestants will socialize in the house.
If this does not happen, the contestants will socialize during the day and at night, something called the fate button will be used. For the fate button, one girl goes up and presses the button and it lands on two pictures of the girls. Those two girls will be going on the date. A guy then does the same thing and the two guys that are shown will be going on a group date the next day.
During the second day, the date will take place and the other contestants will socialize in the house. The rest of the contestants will also choose which couple on the date they want to send into the truth booth, which will reveal if the couple is a perfect match or not. The chosen couple will then get in the booth when they get back from their date, and if they are a perfect match they will spend one last night with the other contestants before going off to a romantic hotel. If they are not a perfect match, they will have to try to move on to continue on in the search of their perfect match.
During the third day, the contestants will socialize and get ready for the match ceremony at night. Each week either the girls or guys will have their pick of who they want to sit with at the ceremony. There will then be twelve lights and every light represents a perfect match. The number of lights that are lit is how many perfect matches are sitting together at the ceremony.
The goal of the game is that by the end of eleven weeks all twelve lights will be on. If they are, the million dollar prize will split in between all the contestants, if they are not, they will walk away with nothing.
This is set in South Africa.
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-Try to write at least 5-6 sentences per character!
-If your character is approachable, make them approach another approachable character, don’t just wait!
-No characters can be homosexual. (Sorry!)
-You must be active! (Please have about a conversation (at least ten posts back and forth) a day!)
-Make sure to keep the roleplay dramatic, so add drama!
-If you are not active for longer than two days without letting me know beforehand, your characters will be put up for adoption! Your character can also be put up for adoption if I decide you are not active enough!
-Let us know if you are going away!
-No contact with the outside world is allowed. (Unless permitted by Ryan, but you’d have to ask me)
-No electronic devices are allowed unless they are already in the house like a TV, but characters have very little options)
-No books, music, or most things from the outside world are allowed.
-Characters may not leave the area of the house unless they have permission. (From me. For challenges, going to the nurse, etc)
-Once your character has found their perfect match in the truth booth and goes to the hotel, they will only be playable at the light ceremony.
-Sex is allowed (In the show there’s actually a room called the boom boom room which will be in the roleplay), but obviously no graphic details! After clothes are off, there must be a time skip!
-DO NOT share details about your characters with anybody else. The only thing you’re allowed to share is what they look like, their name, and their age. Do not share their personality or biography or interests or what they’re looking for in a person. The reason for this is that then it might be easier to determine who is a perfect match which ruins the whole point of the roleplay. The purpose is to discover what the other characters are like yourself instead of being told.
-When you roleplay, please try to stay with what you wrote and don’t change your characters’ personalities because if you do, their perfect match won’t be as compatible with them. If you need your character’s personality or bio or something, you can @stephp99 and she’ll send it to you. If you need anything else that doesn’t have to do with your characters’ personalities or the matches, PM me.
-If you are not writing in character, write OOC (Out of Character) or ORP. (Out of Roleplay) Blurring the OOCs is preferrable. Try to avoid writing out of character and just type whatever you want to say in the sign-up thread/chat. I’m the only one that can break this rule, along with @stephp99
If those rules are broken, some will make your character go up for adoption immediately, others will give you a warning or two before your character goes up for adoption!
If you need me to explain anything in more detail, tell me below or PM me!
List of approachable characters (if your character is on this list, approach another approachable character on this list):