No problem :D
This may just be me, but one thing:
If you have a third character who your character is conversing with, please break up the conversation into parts, so that there isn't a page worth of conversation for the other character to have to build on even though they weren't a part of it.
Also (yes, I know this is more than one thing): if you're doing a fan fiction roleplay, please try to avoid messing with plot lines. Ex: if there's a roleplay for Lord of the Rings, do not make your character from District Twelve, and if roleplay is for The Hunger Games, don't have the characters practice wizardry in their spare time. It makes the roleplay somewhat nonsensical.
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?
I believe (Mat.) means Mature...as in mature romance or something like that...
Thanks, Honor XD!!
You're welcome, Doc! :-D
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!
I think Mature means graphic, not sure though I never have been in one...I think it depends on who your RPing with.
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.