What does (ded.) mean? For now, i'm just going to assume it means that the forum is dead. Please tell me if i'm not correct. Completely new... confused... DX
(ded) means dedicated. Generally, it means you have to reply quickly to the rp if you belong to it. In some dedicated role plays, the creator will specify how often people should post.
What does (Mat.) mean?
Thanks, Honor XD!!
Umm, what does mature mean? And literate, though I think thats in here, I'm just too lasy to look. Oh and Pie: You are now my hero, I greatly admire you!!!!!! You had the self control to type this all out!
Mature usually means that there will be se.x scenes that are described, rather than fade-aways.
Oh thanks Battle and Aeliss!
Excuse me pie, but why did you put all those *clears throat* 'words' in your thread? I mean, the chances of 'little kids' reading your thread, are the same as the RP's. What's the point in putting a filter on all the posts to create a 'safe' environment for kids, if people can bypass it?
I guess what I'm trying to ask, is why would you think that your thread is any different than all the other RP's? That's all I've got to say about that, and the rest of it was helpful.
Thanks a lot for making this; gives me some great guides and adresses a BUNCH of things I wish I would have suggested to fellow roleplayers of the past. xD
I'm very surprised that a lot of people are still on this site, I've checked up on it a bit and it is always glitching, all these errors and cr.ap. I recommend Q.uot.ev. It's a much better site for those of you who are getting annoyed with this... Seriously, it's a lot better. Trust me.
I would say I agree Free but I don't entirely, and quotev is where I first started to RP like... ever. Quotev is far more user friendly and has a far better system (plus no sensors at all is GREAT) but the WRITERS on here are SO MUCH better! (and far less bi.tchy) so I can see why people would sick with this one.
Oh yeah! I totally agree with you there! I love the users here! :)
So many comments :o
Wicked clarification. To tell you the truth I didn't know you could roleplay on Teen Ink, but now I both do and can. Thanks for laying it out so clearly for the roleplay novices like me.
The same thing happened to me. It's cool that you can roleplay on here! XD
Hello! I know a lot of you rp on your phones, tablets, iPads, iPods, ect. And the formatting can be weird because you are not on a computer! Well, I have some simple html codes you can use to space, bold, and italicize text if you want to make things easier for yourself!
Spacing: < br > [you put that in between the text you want to space out, but without the space between the < and the br, you put them together if that makes sense!
(You put two < br > if you want two spaces and only one if you want one space!)
BOLDING: This is pretty simple! The tags are just: < strong > the text goes in between these tags. < /strong > and the text in between them will bold! Just delete the spaces in between the < and the 'strong' The closing tag must always have / or it will not work. It will most likely bold the entire response. :3
ITALICIZING: Just like bolding, you have an opening and a closing tag! And they go like this: < em > and the closing tag < /em> without the spaces in between like all the other times!
So! I hope you learned about bolding! italicizing! and spacing!!! :D Have at it! If you have any other questions, feel free to ask! :)
I like to think I'm a ded Role Player.
I love the guide, btw...
Same. Really helpful.
Thank you for this, this is something everyone should know. And now they do thank you.