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  1. The Forgotten Realms is an AU Dungeons & Dragons Role Play. A great shadow has settled over the jungles of Chult. The bonds that old ancient evils at bay have started to weaken - and chief among these, the Cult of the Dragon has been seen active for the first time since the Last Rage of the Dragons. To some, willful ignorance may be a choice. For others, the Era of Upheaval has only just begun.
  2. WHERE WILL YOUR STORY TAKE YOU? The Initiative is an intermediate-level AU Marvel Roleplay set during the year 2012. The Avengers are only a mere idea at the moment, while Charles Xavier gathers the most gifted children from around the world. Yet still, other would-be heroes and villains stand on their own, ready to meet the world head-on.
  3. IT'S UP TO YOU TO DECIDE THE FATE OF THE GALAXY. Across the Stars is an intermediate-level AU Star Wars role play set in 3 BBY • sixteen years since Order 66 and a few years before the film A New Hope. The shroud of the Dark Side has fallen. In the sixteen years since the fall of the Jedi Order and the end of the Clone Wars.
  4. Shade


    The year is 2384. On the edge of Federation space, Frontier Station orbits the newly colonized Kerelia, and serves as a base for the Sovereign-class USS Denali. Danger and adventure await her crew on the outskirts of the Beta Quadrant, as with the Dominion War over, Starfleet once again looks toward the unexplored. We are an active, friendly community, and offer several RP scenarios to suit different play styles and levels of posting activity. All are welcome; join us on the FRONTIER!
  5. I've been thinking about this because I wandered onto a site with a specific Canon in mind. I noticed that said canon had a wanted ad attached. So I looked at the wanted ad and it had ideas and plots I wasn't interested in. So I guess my question is as an admin: do you restrict characters to match wanted ads? As a member: Do wanted ads for characters make you want to play? Do you like when they have plot ideas, or just when it's like "I'd love to see __". How do you feel/react when someone clearly doesn't want to run your plot idea (i.e. you ship stony, they ship stucky), but takes a character you love. (I'm gonna just toss out that for the sake of this thread, you can assume the player is a good writer, plotter,etc. They just don't want the plot you mentioned.)
  6. So I was just scrolling through tumblr and I saw this collage of images of Frodo Baggins and I just stopped for a second and realized that Frodo had been one of my favorite characters since I was in elementary school, but I never have (nor would I) play him on a site -- even though I do play fandom characters... I thought it might be interesting to know if other people have characters they adore beyond pieces but for whatever reason (feel free to divulge), they never have (maybe never would) play them. -- or maybe even characters you tried, but just couldn't do. I'll start us off: Frodo Baggins (LotR) Wolverine (Marvel) Magnus Bane (The Mortal Instruments) Dr. Strange (Marvel) River Tam (Firefly) Delenn (Babylon 5) Natasha Romanoff (Marvel)
  7. This is a question for people who enjoy (or even dabble in) playing canon characters from various fandoms. It can be any genre or medium. When you choose a Canon, what type of history do you prefer in your choice of character: Do you like to take a character who's series/story is already completed or do you prefer to work with a canon who's story is still "in progress". If you take a character from the "middle" of a series, do you then incorporate the new information in your RP as its released, or try to work the same "reveals" into your RP in order to make the transition more organic? For example, about half way through season 2 I decided to try a hand as RPing Lucifer Morningstar from, well, Lucifer. But now that we're starting season 3, I'm finding myself at odds at whether I want to play him as "current" after the Mom Saga is taken care of, create a new "mom saga" in RP to bring him up to speed organically, ignore the Mom Saga all together for the time being and hope that certain character traits he currently has return for season 4, or ignore the show and treat RPing with Lucifer as an Alternate Timeline.
  8. A lot of us run fandom roleplaying games and as such, we can utilize a much wider range of advertising methods. One method that I personally have used to favorable reception in the past is the forum function over on FanFiction.Net! So how did I personally use it in the past? Well, first off, you need to find out if they have your particular fandom, because they don't have every single thing under the sun (and some fandoms have been dropped for various reasons). If they don't have your fandom, then you can always request its addition by mailing the administrators. In the meantime, they do have a miscellaneous category. Once you have determined whether they carry your fandom or whether you need to add it to the misc category, you can weigh your options. I personally don't think something in the misc category will even be found on the site, so it might be a long shot. It's up to you, but it's always an extra place to get your site more views. More eyes may equal new members! The forums are found in a link at the top of the page that says Forums. If you click on it, a dropdown menu will appear with their various categories. For example, we'll use Harry Potter. To find the Harry Potter forums, you would click Books. The list might intimidate you but all you have to do is choose the H from the alphabetical list to shorten it. You'll notice a number beside Harry Potter. This is the number of communities in the Harry Potter category. Each of those communities is a different forum! Now, one thing I should note right now is that you can't just drop an ad in other people's communities. That would be rude. Most communities on FF.net aren't made to show off ads to other people's sites. In fact, they are generally used to discuss certain authors, specific stories, and the fandom itself. However, some enterprising individuals like myself have also found it to be a good outlet for advertising our sites. What you're going to want to do, rather than drop an ad off in somebody else's forum, is to make your own community. To do that, you need to go to your settings. (If you don't have an account, that link will probably just say you need to be logged in.) From there, in the left sidebar, you will find a list of links. The one you want is called Forums. If you click it, a list of new links will slide underneath it. The first one is a guide to creating forums on FF.net. It's pretty short and sweet: you can create up to ten forums for yourself and you must adhere to three rules: don't use them to post stories, all discussions must be rated T for teen, and you as the owner are responsible for whatever is posted in the forum. The second one is the one you really want. It's called My Forums. When you click it, it will take you to a page that lists all your current forums (and yes, you can delete any forums you no longer need) and beneath that, an area to create a new forum. There, you can name your forum, select a category, choose a main language, a type (I choose RPG), and then add a summary. That's it! Once you've created your forum, you may have to wait a few minutes before you can post in it. There is a button on the upper right side that simply says New. When you are able to, click it and a window will open. Add in a subject title and then in the body, write out your "advertisement" for the site. In my case, I tend to share announcements--things that I post in the announcement forums on-site anyway. (It's just throwing the net out to a wider audience. In this way, I actually discovered more than half of my members on one of my fandom sites, so I always recommend this method to others who run fandom sites. There are also no rules as to how often you can post in your own forum, so if you like to post daily announcements and statistics, feel free! I would recommend something more like once a week or a couple times a month, however, so you don't appear too aggressive.
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