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Re: A guide for realistic multi-player roleplaying

Posted: Fri Oct 14, 2011 1:19 pm
by O' Brien
Very good topic. I enjoy realistic roleplay.

I accept talking wolves though as long as they are saying they are grumbling it, growling, yipping it, snarling it, etc. You get my point so that way it is obvious that the wolf is not talking human language but through behaviors and sounds.

For ex: The pup creeps to near to my kill. Protectively I snap my head towards the pup. Muzzle lips pull up to expose sharp canine teeth. A light growl surfaces from deep within the throat, saying to the other this kill is mine. You will wait your turn.

I also have a hard time keeping posts short. I am used to paragraph styled roleplaying on furcadia and sometimes on forums. So I have come up with a way that longer posts can work in the multiplayer. It requires the patience of the others to wait for you to finish though.

After your post is complete to signal the next person can go Type. .End. at the end of your post.

I made a thread a couple of minutes ago for a spot people could post thier multiplayer descriptions but for some reason someone keeps deleting it. I'm not using any vulgar terms...I'm not roleplaying there. It is just somewhere that everyone can describe what thier wolf looks like and acts like. So I am very confused by that, especially since they are just outright deleteing it without pming me of what I did wrong or who the person is that is doing it.

Re: A guide for realistic multi-player roleplaying

Posted: Sat Oct 22, 2011 12:11 am
by -Radiance-
O' Brien wrote:Very good topic. I enjoy realistic roleplay.

I accept talking wolves though as long as they are saying they are grumbling it, growling, yipping it, snarling it, etc. You get my point so that way it is obvious that the wolf is not talking human language but through behaviors and sounds.

For ex: The pup creeps to near to my kill. Protectively I snap my head towards the pup. Muzzle lips pull up to expose sharp canine teeth. A light growl surfaces from deep within the throat, saying to the other this kill is mine. You will wait your turn.

I also have a hard time keeping posts short. I am used to paragraph styled roleplaying on furcadia and sometimes on forums. So I have come up with a way that longer posts can work in the multiplayer. It requires the patience of the others to wait for you to finish though.

After your post is complete to signal the next person can go Type. .End. at the end of your post.

I made a thread a couple of minutes ago for a spot people could post thier multiplayer descriptions but for some reason someone keeps deleting it. I'm not using any vulgar terms...I'm not roleplaying there. It is just somewhere that everyone can describe what thier wolf looks like and acts like. So I am very confused by that, especially since they are just outright deleteing it without pming me of what I did wrong or who the person is that is doing it.
The system's a great idea! I am also used to rping on forums and the like not the qucik sort of rp on mp. It's also sometimes difficult for me to respond qucikly because of the detail i normally put in my posts.

Re: A guide for realistic multi-player roleplaying

Posted: Wed Jul 25, 2012 5:24 am
by Storm Breaker
It's been a while since I last updated the guide, but I've done so with the few posts that have been added! Thank you those who posted more suggestions!

Re: A guide for realistic multi-player roleplaying

Posted: Thu Jul 26, 2012 5:09 pm
by Alpha Female
Since this is more of a guide, and we now have user guides forums, I'll go ahead and move this accordingly. ^^

-Moved to User Guides - The Game-