Making FC suggestions to a roleplay.
This may seem like something obvious and it may seem silly to make an entire pointer post on this, but the way you word a message has a great impact on how people will react to your ask. If you are genuinely interested in a roleplay and don’t see the FC you would like to play anywhere on their character list, your odds are a lot better if you send them this:
or even this:
If you send these classic, quickie, rather impolite messages, the likelihood of an admin actually writing you that FC is less likely:
If you’re in the roleplaying community, you’ve probably heard something like this before, and it probably seems like common sense, but as an admin I have received quite a few messages like this, and while I understand that as a roleplayer you are sometimes in a rush, I also think that semantics can get you far or stop things in their tracks. Think about it this way: if you spent hours writing biographies for a number of FCs that you carefully picked out, and someone came to your ask box with one of the three messages above, would you be more or less likely to write a bio for that faceclaim? Not everyone is naturally polite, but being kind to admins will rarely hurt you, while being curt with them is more likely to be detrimental.
(I generally don’t promote roleplays here, but seeing as how you are an individual roleplayer and are not exactly advertising a roleplay in general, I’ll post this for you, love.)
If anyone would be interested in joining such a roleplay as a werewolf, please go check this player’s page for the link!
This person is looking for a graphics admin, if anyone would like to help please let them know!
I will likely add more but I was playing with coding as always and haven’t had a chance to recommend anything, so.
Do you honestly believe that sending hate will accomplish anything? This all began when she became an RPC, and quite frankly, I think that it sheds light on the ridiculous amount of drama and pettiness that tends to tear things apart in this community. Acirema is a successful roleplay that takes time and effort to run, and whoever is sending those messages clearly has no idea about that.
It is really beginning to grate on my nerves, and I am generally not someone that gets angry to the point that I want to toss my laptop out a window, but this is reaching ridiculous levels. Whoever is sending those needs to grow up and step away from the keyboard. The roleplay is doing nothing to you by existing. Put on your adult pants and stop using a grey face as a shield.
Of course, darling!
If anyone would like to be a co-admin, please send this individual a message!
If anyone would like to help a roleplay that is looking for co-admins, please contact this individual!
Who was the first person to think that it would be a good idea to roleplay?
Who was the first person to use the term face claim and use actors/actresses?
Who said “Hey, we should use tumblr, and you know those crazy moving pictures? We can use those for roleplaying, too!”
Sometimes I sit around and wonder who came up with all of this stuff, and what people must have said, like, “You’re dumb, Kelly, we use forums and pictures of wolves, nobody would want to use an actor and a blogging platform to roleplay.”
I generally don’t do shout-outs, but I will let people know that you are looking for a co-admin.
If anyone would like to help this roleplay and join them as a co-admin, please let them know!
I love you darling people with all of my heart, and I would be more than glad to promote your roleplays, but as it states in my sidebar I do not post promotions for roleplays on this blog. I have been getting a few submissions with no message or anything, just a promo, and while I don’t mind going to your ask box and directing you to my promotions blog, it can be a bit much after the first few a day.
Thank you for being lovely, as always, and I wish you all the best of luck with your roleplays. I’m available for helping in any other way, and you can still promote through me, I just so happen to have a blog specifically for that purpose so I don’t clog my folowers’ dashes with promotions.
(That blog also has categories for roleplayers to sort through, so it’s easier for them to find your roleplay.)
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