Visitors - Bless my Tail! Welcome to Fiver's Honeycomb!

This place is dedicated to Watership Down and its fans worldwide.

Here you can discuss all WD-related media, including both books, the movie and both TV series.

What? You are not registered yet?

Author Topic: Role Play Rules  (Read 1248 times)

Offline Myrkin

  • Council of Chiefs
  • Hyzenthlay
  • ********
  • Posts: 5108
    • View Profile
  • Favorite WD media: N/A
  • I speak:
Role Play Rules
« on: February 25, 2014, 12:44:30 PM »
Please consider the following rules regarding RPGs to ensure that everyone has a pleasant experience here:

1) The creator of the RPG does not have infinite power over which direction the RPGs go unless this is agreed upon at the Very start of the RPG by all participants.
In other words, if you start an RPG, you need to understand that different people will tend to pull a story in a different direction than you may have had in mind. If you really want to take a story in Your direction, I suggest you write a story instead of start an RPG. Forum RPGs tend to be quite dynamic since every participant will have different ideas for it. If you don't want to listen to these ideas, I recommend you write your own story instead.

2) Give the members ample time to find and decide to join your RPG. There is no benefit to complaining about people not joining your RPG. All that will accomplish is general annoyance to anyone who reads your post. If you want a successful RPG, be patient and let people join in their own time.

3) NO God-modding Characters may use magic, and may posess extensive powers. However, their powers may not be so great as to be utterly unbeatable. No impossible feats will be allowed, such as reviving the dead, surviving having ones head chopped off, etc. Use common sense, and common courtesy to other RPers, and above all else, have fun.

Violation of these rules, depending on their severity, may result in a discussion, editing or closure of the topic or a warning.
« Last Edit: February 25, 2014, 12:52:51 PM by Myrkin »
"My heart has joined the thousand, for my friend stopped running today." - Hazel

Pessimist sees a dark tunnel. Optimist sees a light in the tunnel. Realist sees the light of coming train. And the train driver sees three idiots standing on the track.