Roleplayer's Etiquette 101
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December 12th, 2011 (6:20 AM).
Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: Not here, at least.
Okay did some proof-reading just to weed out all typos and whatnots. I didn't really do a thorough job because of my headache. Anyhow, corrections are in bold. And, I'll be going now. xD *clutches head in pain and walks away*
Only one of these mindsets will
be appropriate at any one time.
How easy is
up if levels are even a part of it?
...and having your
hurt when they don't treat you as well as you'd expect.
a post order will form on
own without any further memorization on your part
Bunnying is very commonly against the rules in
about any roleplay you find
If you are not sure about
is justifiably better at this or that
that the issue be presented to the GM.
This is possible, but very
easy to abuse
Pre-planning is when you go up to another roleplayer, private or public, and
them if they'd like to do this or have that happen.
The reason for this is that built up
may cause the local GM to kick you out for lack of post quality.
(See: Details that are most likely
or outright useless because they are not observable)
you have a problem with another...
bothers you too much
dealing with a GM is a virtually
way to interact well with them
The reason for this is that all the GMs must agree on any
It hurts your ego, but that's a bit of a
when you think about it.
you're the GM..
The GM has taken the job of working hard to make a
you must also respect any
the GM makes.
You should not disrespect othes as human beings as a result of smut
The thing is, respecting yourself too little will
others and damage their roleplaying experience.
It's important to know and remember that at
core roleplaying is collaborative writing and that means some level of
That means that if you're an active poster significantly more than you're
it's not going to do much damage.
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