Gearbox has begun searching for a real-life person to play the live-action version of Lilith in its forthcoming RPG-shooter, Borderlands 2.
Gearbox announced the search early on Wednesday. "Do you want to be a character in a video game? We're looking for someone to become Lilith from Borderlands. If hired, you will appear in the game, Borderlands 2, as the live action version of the character. Additionally, you may be invited to participate in promotional events and trade shows," read the company's statement.
Unfortunately for any lady looking to become the face of Lilith, Gearbox added its own list of stringent criteria that each candidate must meet to be eligible for the role. Starting off, as well as having a "plausible resemblance" to the original Borderlands' Lilith, applicants must be female and between the ages of 18 and 30.
Additionally, the lucky lady must be able to "provide your own transportation and be on-set in the Dallas, TX area for testing and shooting during the first three weeks of December" -- making it a little tricky for anyone outside of the US given that they're only offering $1,000-a-day.