January 7th, 2013 8:01 PM1ninjadude1701
Ok we'll as I also said I have to complete something very long term before my 17th birthday which is in six months so ya if its done early ill come back but it probably won't. My goal is going to take both wit and nerve as well as courage so its going to be tough to stay.
January 7th, 2013 7:56 PMmachomuuQuote originally posted by 1ninjadude1701:You've got a point but I'm just not fit for it. I'm not now and will probably never be up to par with everyone else. And honestly I have a very long term must do goal that I have to complete on my 17th birthday which is only in 6 months. If I don't see this through I'm toast. So I gotta focus on that for now then I can consider rejoining.Spoiler:
...and my second...Spoiler:
Looking back, my characters were filled with cliches, typos, childish musings, weak language...I mean look at them! You can see how mediocre they are, can't you?
But I got better (at least I hope to God that I did). It just took time. I learned, and I changed, and I came back with confidence, even if I was a little nervous. The difference between us is that after my first experiences, I didn't plan on coming back; I didn't think I'd ever be ready for what I was seeing here. I was young. I was wrong, though, and I didn't have the benefit of learning from the mistakes I made as an early RPer. When I came back, it'd been 3 years since my last visit to the RP Center, and I'd completely disregarded my first attempts, I just had to write with what came naturally over the time of my absence. You, however, have us to help you out. We, as a community, don't want you to leave. We, as a community, want to make you a better roleplayer and a better writer than you think you can be.
I'm not going to beg you to stay, but I don't want to hear you saying that "you don't fit in", because you do. You will get better, it's a matter of time and nothing else, so don't disrespect yourself like that; you have as much potential as any of us.