I'm not sure there is a "good or bad" type of interesting
I'm very picky about which role-plays I like, because I believe role-play has an extreme tendency to morph into spammy-content. (I was against it when it first started, and I'm still prejudiced against it.) My personality is extremely detail-oriented; so, everything must be perfectly aligning with the details given. It served me well in gymnastics during the years where everyone does the same routine. My coaches had me teaching other kids the routines because I knew them exactly. (At competitions, the judges take off points if mess up the routine in any tiny way.)
Because of this odd detail-awareness, I'm dubious of any role-plays that deviate from the facts (to me, guidelines) that the Aetherlight has given in Episodes 1-3 and surrounding information.
To me, The Amazing Adventures Of Felicity Overshine is set in a different world entirely from the Aetherlight, because the overall feel of the environment and setting feels different to me. For instance, it feels more like the world that Prince Caspian is set in. (Stone stairs, horse, storms, etc.)
I'm going to wait a little longer to say more. I want to see what happens next!