Tuesday, 20 December 2011
10:58:58 PM (GMT)
Well, MY role-play expectations if you decided to role-play
with me solo.
✖Point of view✖
I mainly go for third person point of view and sometimes second but NO first.
✖Realistic Characters/Stable Personality(ies)✖
Say, for example, you happen to plan out a couple named Clyde and Claire.
Ex.}Claire's personality is spiteful towards Clyde and Clyde rude towards her; It
should take time for them to "become one", don't suddenly cut to the chase leaving
out relevant details as to how they coupled up. You need to know the ropes of how
they became a couple. Real relationships take time and take a lot of care and
nurturing. Soo....Don't change their personalities out of the blue to make them a
couple, wait on it a bit.
Secondly, PLEASE watch out on character making. To make sure your character isn't
cliche or any of that funny business, then give them major flaws. This doesn't mean
create a billion of flaws to leave the title cliche, infact, it might just make them
deeper into being cliche. Nobody wants to be bothered with the fact that your
characters has a bunch of diseases and constantly needs someone else's character to
"help" them just to receive the star role or be the center of attention. No sir-ree.
Sorry to say, but I don't go for role-plays that center only around this. I
consider this to be more of a minor plot than major. If you make it major then I'm
No controlling other people's characters, aka God-modding, nor auto-hitting is
allowed. Consult with me first if you plan on doing something special that requires
hitting and such.
No script role-play, only paragraphs.
Nope: Ted:*eats muffin* WHAT? *spits it out*
Yep: Chewing on the muffin cautiously, Dale told Ted the most disturbing news
causing him to spit out little pieces of a small brown dome cake onto the table top
^^Basically write something like this with more detail of course.^^
Two paragraphs minimum please!
☼I may edit this later☼
Here's a helpful guide made by Jonan607
Roleplay Guide (Draft)
If you read all of this then please leave a "Hello" no need to comment really.
Last edited: 20 December 2011