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  • 9Total Roles
  • 3Open Roles
  • 38Total Submissions
  • 21Following This Project
  • Apr 01, 2017Listed
  • Apr 30, 2017Deadline
  • VisualNovelCategory
Classes Start Week of July 01
  • Audio Engineering
  • Voice Acting
  • Music Composition
  • Creating Manga and Webcomics
  • Improvisation

Ashegads's Previously Completed Works
About Amaranth

"Go out and find yourself," they told her. That's what all good, young elves do. Who would have thought that would be so hard? Living in a world that she isn't sure wants her to be there, Cora feels like she's floating through life, trying to find a place to plant her roots. When her usual walk through the park brings her path across a sylvan named Amy, it seems like this might be just the right kind of upheaval to get her sorted.

For March, I participated in my first NaNoReNo creating a game called Amaranth.

Amaranth is a short visual novel that tells the story of a young elven woman trying to find her place in the world.

The game is fully developed, but as part of a post game jam expanded version, I will be adding new features including a third, hidden route, more and updated art, and full voice acting.

Full game available for download and play here.

Please Note the Following Recommendations/Requirements:

  • Good mic quality with no noise, room echo,pops, or clicks

  • No more than three takes per line including ones that involve accent work (see below)

  • Be willing/able to meet deadlines and be directed over Skype, Discord, or Google Hangouts through late May and June

  • Be easily contactable at relatively short notice via Skype, Discord, or e-mail

  • Have fun and be loose!

  • Feel free to drop me a line with any questions.

Notes on accents:

Where noted, certain characters speak “English” as their second language. This opens up the possibility for light accents. In order to maintain the lore of the universe, I’ve noted a general idea of what the accent would sound like in canon.

Any audition including accents should also include a read without an accent. An audition with an accent will not take preference over those that don’t. It’s more an experiment in possibility than a definitive creative direction. Never know until you try.

About the Creator: ashegads

Hello and hey, I started here on Casting Call Club several years ago, and had a wonderful time!

Now, you can find me in shows from Funimation (Kuma Kuma Kuma Bear, Fire Force, Hatena Illusion) in the game Paladins,  and a lot of excellent indie games (My Time at Portia, Infinite Adventures, The Tall Man, Gloomhaven board game companion app)

I also, occasionally, work in voice casting and direction for indie games.