This is a private and independent role playing account for Marius de Romanus of Anne Rice's Vampire Chronicles.
Open to RP with different fandoms, and of course open to AUs. However, if you are from a different fandom and know nothing about Marius or the Vampire Chronicles, please read the about page.
Also, if I role-play in outside fandoms or in AUs, Marius is still directed by Vampire Chronicle rules and boundaries and not by those of the other fandom.
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IC Tag: mariusthevampire
OOC Tag: oorome
Armand leaving to work. (◡‿◡✿)
|Posted on March 10 with 364 notes via permanentglitter||Reblog|
Where does one group find shelter? Thanks for watching The Walking Dead tonight on AMC. Share this one proudly. It’s from our friends at AMC.
|Posted on March 9||Reblog|
|Posted on March 9 with 36 notes via i-want-my-iwtv||Reblog|
"Be kind," Marius’ voice hinted at a quiet, subtle admonishment, though not to scold. His feelings toward Daniel were a tangled mass of disappointment and affection, and so his tone was also of both. Mindfully, Marius smiled instead of frowned, placing his hand against the back of a chair to lean on. "I only want to see if you are well and taken care of, as always."
The young vampire sighed. He knew Marius meant no harm. He turned around to face the oldest person he knew, “I’m fine.” He said, “I just…I miss him sometimes. “
If Marius were a man of less self-control, he might have had a disquieting moment of uncertainty— the sort that robbed one’s mind of thought while leaving the lips quaking uselessly in horrible mockery. A pantomime of sanity.
Instead, he only stared down at Daniel, his silence more forbearing than the truth—- for this moment Marius did not know what to say. Nothing escaped until at last he sighed. Just a sigh to match Daniel’s own. It was longing, loneliness, and plain weariness.
"He has that impact, does he not? And how completely untouchable he is makes him even more desirable. I think the important query would be, ‘does he miss you’?"
|Posted on March 9 with 3 notes via interviewed-the-vampire||Reblog|
Marius woke up feeling strange, a pain in his in back and knees that he had not felt for many years. Centuries, in fact. He rose form bed at a strange time, rubbing tired eyes that were not supposed to be sore. Rising from his crypt, acending the stairs. In a wave of fear, from the glaring window, he saw the almost painful glare of sun. For a moment, panic set in and he had the instrictual panic to hide from the sun.
Only… he realized that the predicable burning did not come. The closer he approached the sun raise, no pain came. He tried to assess what was happening. In a bold move, Marius flung open the door and stared into the daylight.
"I’m human" he muttered in utter shock.
|Posted on March 8 with 8 notes||Reblog|
Ancient Roman Beauties and Their Makeup Bag | Italy Magazine Great article on the rituals of beauty in ancient Rome.
|Posted on March 7 with 9 notes via crystallyn14||Reblog|
// Accepting M!A for the first time. Bring it on.
|Posted on March 7||Reblog|
You’re watching Vikings: Invasion. Thanks for tuning in tonight! Share this one proudly. It’s from our friends at History.
|Posted on March 6 with 1 note||Reblog|
There are specific ways to punctuate your dialogue. Learning to do this correctly will make you look more professional and accomplished as a writer to potential publishers and agents.
- Speech followed by a dialogue tag: “Come on,” she said. Use a comma after the speech, treat the dialogue tag as being part of the same sentence.
- One sentence of speech split by a dialogue tag: “Come on,” she said, “or you’re going to make us late.” Only punctuate with a full stop right at the very end of the whole sentence. Start the second part of speech with a lower case letter.
- Two sentences of speech split by a dialogue tag: “Come on,” she said. “We can’t afford to be late again.” End the tag with a full stop and start the new sentence of speech with a capital letter.
- Speech separated by action: “Come on.” She pulled on her shoes and opened the door. “We can’t afford to be late again.” The action can’t be rolled into the same sentence as the speech, so it becomes three separate sentences.
And remember that all punctuation marks attached to the speech itself should be placed inside of the speech tags.
|Posted on March 6 with 1,367 notes via pretendersrpa||Reblog|
Marius tentatively read the first page, too curious to put the story down but not fully invested enough to be glued. By the third page, however, Marius concentrated on each word, fully immersed. He had always known that if anyone could get Lestat to submit, it would be him.
|Posted on March 5||Reblog|