Player. Alex Timezone. PST PMs. this journal /terra Plurk. lightfellows (out of character)
⓵ Pace: I will try to clear my tags every day, sometimes quicker than that, sometimes slower.(in character)
⓶ Backtagging: Yes, always, onwards forever.
⓷ Fourthwalling: Bucky knows he is in comic books: the original 1940s Captain America comics exist in the Marvel Universe as propaganda for the war effort. His secret identity is also his actual name, so.
⓸ Brackets/Prose: No preference, I will match yours if you have one.
⓹ Offensive subjects: Bucky's canon involves brainwashing, violence, and a more than usual amount of Nazis. Older comics also include period-typical racism & sexism. Please let me know if there's something you don't want to be tagged with. I have no specific triggers.
⓺ Alternate Universes: I play from 6161 continuity but I really like cross-universe CR and exploring the differences between timelines. I don't always have my characters ICly recognize AU canonmates right-off, but feeling ~a connection~ nonetheless. I'm also more than happy to just go with the flow of a thread, if you want to do it another way!
⓵ Physical Affection: I'm OOCly comfortable with this, ICly it will depend on the source.
⓶ Violence: Character is from a superhero comic, fighting is what he does, feel free to throw the first punch. Major injury and death is something I prefer to discuss beforehand, but feel free to PM me.
⓷ Psychic stuff: Bucky has no major mental blocks— he is a normal human being, albeit one that's real good at compartmentalizing. If your character is a telepath let me know and I will try to work surface thoughts into my tags more.
⓸ Relationships: I'm open to most things, including friendship, familial relationships, and even romance, given chemistry and development.
⓹ Smut: Nope.
These are the times that try men's souls. The summer soldier and the sunshine patriot will, in this crisis, shrink from the service of their country; but he that stands by it now, deserves the love and thanks of man and woman. Tyranny, like hell, is not easily conquered; yet we have this consolation with us, that the harder the conflict, the more glorious the triumph. — Thomas Paine, 1776( Like Hell )