There is a character in the show I watch who is potrayed as a gentle, but powerful character. He is often very cheerful, and pain is usually the last thing on his mind. However, many prople tend to make him a blubbering emotional mess for the sake of romance. Then, there are the people who make him crazy for the love of it.
So, once upon a time I started roleplaying on a forum that I still roleplay on today. I’ve gotten better, as have the majority of the people I played with back in that first atrocious year - back when I didn’t know what roleplaying even was. But sometimes I just look at new members and think ‘why?’
Ah yes. It is I, Parseemun. This submission is not about Marisa. I broke it off with her a long time ago, and she has been branded as my worst enemy for bad-talking me on her Facebook and blaming me for her “attempted suicide”.
Do not worry, there is a story to this one! Okay, so a while ago, there was this chatroom. In the chatroom, there were five active admins placed in charge of the chat- let’s call them MP, SF, BC, TT, and me. MP was rather skilled, writing full paragraphs as posts often- and his portrayal of a canon character, who we’ll call T, was quite accurate. But, there was one catch- MP wanted things to always go his way.
I play a male character situated in the 1920’s. Let’s call him R.
This is a story about how you should listen to others when they warn you about dangerous actions; Whether it be jumping into a vat of acid, walking into rabid bear territory… Or engaging terrible RPers with terrible attitudes.
For hidden identites’ sake, the crazy in question will be B, my best friend will be T, and my other buddy will be J. For protected identity of the characters, a certain unplayed character will be Pizza, my characters will be Bel, Swiss, and Cheddar, (can you feel the theme naming?) and her character will be Ursula (after a witch with the same name)
I am in a roleplay group for a 42 year old show. To hide the characters’s identities, I’ve changed their names to Beetle Bailey characters. (Both are military series, so…)
My patience with the rp I’m in is wearing thin. Most of the time I love it, I love the muses I have and I love the plots and interactions they have with other characters. However, the group is large and in a large group it seems near-on impossible to avoid some OOC drama of some sort, no matter how much it is stipulated in the rules that it is banned.
One day a lot of these RPers started getting spam with anon messages ranging from confusing to full blown harassment. Everyone who got them was very confused, including me.
So first of all I don’t have anything against DnD or the people who play it. It’s a fun game and people can do a lot of really cool things with it. That being said, if you’re a DnD player and you join a para-style roleplay, why on earth would you expect it to play out like a DnD game?