Well I have a storytelling (chat and forum) roleplay community that my hubby and I are trying to get more interested and regular players in - The Age of Ahnicus. We've actually played in this fictional world setting for over a year on and off and have had quite a few hours of enjoyment from it, that we decided to invite a few friends to join us and open it up for other interested players.
I wouldn't mind getting some constructive feedback on the fictional setting or on our (very) loose game mechanics. I would like to make the game mechanics a little more structured but at this stage I'm not sure which way to go and would rather steer away from using dice or anything like that which could possibley detract from the emphasis on the community collaborative storytelling.
As a visitor you should be able to view most of the site and even read the transcripts etc... just to post you'd need to join and that's only neccessary if you want to be a player.
Here's the link: The Age of Ahnicus
Just as a side note - the most difficult thing we are finding at the moment is getting members who actually understand the style of role-play that we are fostering and finding members who are self motivated to play (even we have problems juggling personal lives etc ). We have a strict registration system and do get a few applications a week, but many of these aren't completing the registration as required - any thoughts on this would also be appreciated.