RolePlay Rules Jun 16, 2012 1:48:53 GMT -5
Post by Kerrieth on Jun 16, 2012 1:48:53 GMT -5
Our rules are pretty much like any Forum RP rules. They are not hard to follow.
- No god modding
Locks fangs in Roni's face and rips hard. Smashes him against tree and grabs his eye and makes him half blind. Flips him and throws him to rock. Locks fangs around his throat and holds his on ground with paws. Rips his throat open-
- No cheating
Grabs throat and bites and feels the blood splatting on own fangs
- Remember, keep it real. Any power play (besides characters with natural powers, such as Shamans) is not allowed. Even if the characters have magical powers, they must be limited and realistic. Also, if the character can perform magic or some other form of energy, you have to remember that casting a spell takes some time.
Example of unacceptable RP:
Rips head off-
Uses magical powers to burn the wolf-
Example of acceptable RP:
"The Magus started casting his spell, the blue energies forming a figure while his staff shot sparks at different directions. He hoped his opponent would be distracted enough.
"The Warrior saw the Magus' spell forming as an opportunity. He ran towards him and with excessive force he took a leap and knocked his staff off.
"The Magus grabbed away his staff and tripped off the rock, before the Warrior touched it. He stood up, scanned around to spot his opponent. Although, the spell had fizzled...
- No "ditching". Since you are unable to "ditch" on a Forum, I will put it the other way. When there is a fight or RP in progress, stay until you either win or lose. If in RP, simply describe your department as your last post on the certain topic.
- Try to use proper grammar. If you are not good with grammar and all, it's okay. But if you "don't care" or whatever else, you are not allowed to RP until you go and learn proper words. It is highly irritating to see someone use text chat while RPing.
- No one is perfect. We all have flaws, keep your character realistic. They don't have to win every fight and accomplish everything they reach for in their life. If you don't obey this rule, your character can and will be considered as a Mary-Sue/Gary-Stu