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I’m in a few, though I’ve recently cut down that number because I want to be more active in the roleplays that are more important to me. I believe the number is somewhere around three, though I play multiple characters in some and am planning a revamp of one of the roleplays I admin.
I won’t say right now what roleplays I am in, perhaps at a later date I will, though.
I’ve played quite a few, including:
That’s probably half or less than half of the FCs that I have played.
A unique plot!
This sounds rather obvious, “Of course we need a unique plot, duh”. Honestly though, sometimes a roleplayer will stumble upon a roleplay and if the plot is the same high school set up or normal old town set up, it might not be that enticing. That being said, you don’t want some insane convoluted plot either. Look for inspiration in books, television shows, etc. That doesn’t mean go copy a plot completely from the most popular book out there, though. Some people will love to see their favorite book or film come to life in a roleplay, but that can also be a bit lazy.
If you want to have a high school or town setting without anything too complicated, make sure that you have interesting characters with FCs that aren’t used by every roleplay in history. Also make sure that you have biographies pre-written for the characters, and that they include various aspects of that character’s history. You don’t want a series of similar “she is a bubbly girl” or “everybody wants to date him” biographies.
Of course! You will be added to the list!
Yes, you’ll be added to the list!
Of course! You’ll be added to the list.
Of course! You’ll be added to the list!
Of course, we wouldn’t want any deaths.
We will add you to the list!
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