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How To Role Play Litterately


24 March 2007, 10:31 AM   #1
The Founder
Joined: 23 Mar 2007
Posts: 34
There are Things you need to know and follow to role play literately.. 1.) If you are not
in your character you MUST talk in OOC: OOC is the initials for O (out) O (of) C
(character) Meaning that your out of your character and want to say somthing that either
involves or dousn't invovle the rp, but merely that YOUR Saying it, and NOT your
character. 
2.) ALLWAYS talk in PAST TENSE. DO NOT talk in present tense. Literate role players hate
that. I'll give you and example. DO NOT: Jane walks over to the table and sits down.
PLEASE DO: Jane walked over to the table and sat down. See how that makes a difference!
Good. 
3.) Try and use a bit more discription then just "Jane walked over to the table and sat
down" I'll show you what I mean. "The blonde(sugesting that she has blonde hair) walked
quickly over to the table and smiled. She quickly sat down and sniffed in all the
wonderfull smells of the food that had been set out for dinner and gave her mother a grin
of delight." Now see how that makes a difference? What can you tell from that paragraph
right there? "The blonde walked..ect" This suggestest what? That she is a blonde. "walked
quickly over to the table and smiled. She quickly sat down and sniffed in all the
wonderfull smells of the food that had been set out for dinner and gave her mother a grin
of delight." This suggests that she is hungry. And it also suggests that it is dinner
time.
4.) Try talking every other sentence, unless there is absolutly nothing to say. Here, lets
enhance this lovely roleplay paragraph shall we? The blonde walked quickly over to the
table and smiled "I love dinner" She said while holding her smile. She quickly sat down
and sniffed in all the wonderfull smells of the food that had been set out for dinner and
gave her mother a grin of delight, "Mmmhmm, that smells wonderfull mom, what is
it?"(Suggesting that its somthing new) She said as she sat down at the table. See how that
helps you get an idea of what the family is like? It works wonders. Trust me. 
5.) Try adding detail. It also helps get an idea of what your character is like, and what
they tend to notice, and just over all what the room they're in is like! Example: The
blonde quickly, yet lightly over to the table and smiled, causing her lipgloss to shine
alittle in the sunlight that at that moment wasn't hiding behind any clous, and was
shining through the open window to her left. The blonde quickly, yet lightly over to the
table and smiled, causing her lipgloss to shine alittle in the sunlight that at that
moment wasn't hiding behind any clous, and was shining through the open window to her
left. "I love dinner" She said while holding her smile.She quickly sat down in a brown,
half beaten up chair and sniffed in all the wonderfull smells of the food that had been
set out for dinner and gave her mother a grin of delight. "Mmmhmm, that smells wonderfull
mom, what is it?" She said as she sat down at the table.

24 March 2007, 10:32 AM   #2
The Founder
Joined: 23 Mar 2007
Posts: 34
Now, see how much of a difference it makes?!

24 March 2007, 11:16 AM   #3
Joined: 24 Mar 2007
Posts: 2
omg im confused
**emo-pwincess**

24 March 2007, 11:17 AM   #4
The Founder
Joined: 23 Mar 2007
Posts: 34
Just read it all. You'll get it soon enough.

26 March 2007, 12:47 AM   #5
Guest Poster
i think i got.....sort of

27 March 2007, 02:13 AM    #6
Joined: 24 Mar 2007
Posts: 1
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