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28 Feb 2017 21:55
Current i thought opening a door for a lady was the polite thing to do, but she just screamed and flew out of the plane
31 Dec 2016 21:04
That young man fills me with hope. Plus some other emotions which are weird and deeply confusing.
10 Nov 2016 20:34
'ohemgee im so surry guise that i havnt posted in 4ever pls 4give me QQ'
3 Nov 2016 5:19
Trying to cut down on my cursing. It isn't fucking going well.
22 Oct 2016 7:27
The funny thing is I suck with Jinx.


โ€œI saw my life branching out before me like the green fig tree in the story. From the tip of every branch, like a fat purple fig, a wonderful future beckoned and winked. One fig was a husband and a happy home and children, and another fig was a famous poet and another fig was a brilliant professor, and another fig was Ee Gee, the amazing editor, and another fig was Europe and Africa and South America, and another fig was Constantin and Socrates and Attila and a pack of other lovers with queer names and offbeat professions, and another fig was an Olympic lady crew champion, and beyond and above these figs were many more figs I couldn't quite make out. I saw myself sitting in the crotch of this fig tree, starving to death, just because I couldn't make up my mind which of the figs I would choose. I wanted each and every one of them, but choosing one meant losing all the rest, and, as I sat there, unable to decide, the figs began to wrinkle and go black, and, one by one, they plopped to the ground at my feet.โ€
โ€• Sylvia Plath, The Bell Jar

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An apocalyptic Zelda roleplay from the Adult Link Timeline. Ganondorf has escaped and the Hero of Time is nowhere to be found. Wait a minute... what about you? You could be a hero, right?

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Welcome to the United States Army Research Institute for lusus naturae on the East Coast-- basically a high school/deathcamp for freaks. This isn't your run-of-the-mill magic/superpower school RP.

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Oh, I'm so glad that's not a common mindset.

I mean-- I think I see what you're getting at, Lugia. I know I have fun roleplaying even if everyone else in the RP leaves-- but I'm goin' on my 10th year of roleplaying and nothing you say is going to stop me from feeling aggravated when it happens.

But that's not even the worst part. Your main problem is this right here:

The joy of RPing is in the actual act of RPing and progression of the RP -- that is to say, developing your creative writing skills. (This isn't the only RP site I've ever joined, even though my post count here is very low lol. You have a very high post count, so I'm assuming a good percentage of those posts were of you enjoying and entertaining yourself. In which case, Mission Accomplished, you achieved the primary goal of RPing.)

The sooner the "RP community" realizes that dropped RPs are a completely NATURAL AND EXPECTED RESULT of the Creative Writing Process, the sooner we can truly begin exploring our limits as writers.

Of course it happens. Because, unfortunately, some people are unreliable and inconsiderate. And that's putting it nicely. A good GM will have a backup plan for losers ditching the RP, but to say it's part of the Creative Writing Process? To what process are you referring??

"I'm not inspired anymore"? Is that it? Lack of inspiration? You're feeling 'bored' with the story? Suddenly have an itch you have to scratch by making a new character for a different RP, so you ditch the one you're in? Who cares, right? As long as YOU'RE having fun, yeah?

You know, forcing yourself to write is important for "developing your creative writing skills." (Unlike starting a story and never finishing it-- yeah, I'm sure everyone will love to read your half finished story from 3 years ago. If the publishers don't love it, maybe your mom will?)

What are you looking to accomplish by filling in character sheets all the time as opposed to seeing that character through a story? Focusing on their development and writing them through numerous situations and relationships? I mean, I can't help but assume that anyone who jumps ship as soon as there's a lull in the story is getting much better as a writer. When I read a book, there are some parts I'm really into and some that make it easy to put down for a while. But I still finish the story. Great thing about roleplaying is you can actually do something about those boring times. There are options.

You can write out some of your character's backstory to help get the gears turning. Or even talk to the GM about your concerns! Roleplaying is a collaborative effort between player and GM. The GM isn't psychic either-- so politely talk to them if you have concerns or requests. Believe it or not, most GMs are interested in helping their players have fun so they'll stick with the story! Crazy concept, right?


We could just do what you suggest. Delude ourselves into thinking no RP we start will ever amass a loyal group of players and never put any effort into the worlds and stories we come up with ever again.
@Captain Jenno Ew, gross. I HATE typing on my phone. Haha. Alright, no worries! Thanks for letting us know!
@The 42nd Gecko Well, I mean... I'd be fine with that. They had the time it took the Redead to bust out and look around for them, too. So yeah.

Updated points and statuses~

Gregory lost a friendship point... -

Hazel lost a friendship point... -

Zoe lost a friendship point... -

Brent lost a friendship point... -

Ernie lost a friendship point... -

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As the battle began, Callan did her best to set aside her indignity long enough to focus on the screens. Such thoughts were easily shoved aside as soon as Hazel, wearing only her underwear, smashed into the bathroom containing team 4's healer. Every thing was happening so fast. Did she just break both of his legs? She suddenly remembered that these two teams were mainly composed of X-marks. Was that why...?

"I know, I know," Freddy's voice reached her then. "Yup, I've got Mr. Halvost on the way, Daisy, don't fret." Callan glanced back at Christmas's empty seat.

"Holy shit." Her head whipped back to the screens and she gasped, catching sight of Hazel sheering off a large section of the house containing Emma, Ernie, and Savannah. Things didn't get much better from there. Leaning forward on her elbows, her hands remained over her mouth and nose for the remainder of the fight.

"Wow..." she exhaled into her palms. The screens were so still, despite being filled with people. The majority of kids weren't moving for one reason or another. Barely hearing Fredric over the torrent of thoughts in her head, she turned her attention to the evaluation sheet that almost seemed to magically appear in front of her. She looked back to the screens, playing silent replays of notable moments during the fight.

Picking up the pen with a sigh, she obediently set it to the paper. It stayed there, still as stone, for a good amount of time while she tried to think of what to write. Just be honest, she thought to herself encouragingly, but was still coming up short.

Was this meant to be a game or a fight? Her own team's Flag and Seek had seen its own injuries to a lesser extent, but there had still been violence. Unnecessary violence. If it was meant to be a game, as Callan had originally thought, these aberrations were out of control. If it was meant to be a fight.... Zhang didn't really intend for them to hurt each other like this, did she?

A rebellious thought crossed her mind-- to leave the sheet blank or write her questions down for Zhang to see. But she merely sighed. She needed to trust that they knew what they were doing. Nobody had died and Christmas's ability did allow a good deal of wiggle room for injuries. Game or fight, victory had been the goal and Victorious Secret had come out on top.

General Thoughts:

I guess you could say both teams used teammwork. They didn't try to murder any of their OWN teammates, so that's a plus, ya? In the end, team 3 was just better. Or just Hazel. She was efficient if nothing else. Got Emma, Ernie, and Savannah away from her team, secured their healer points, and took out Emma. She definitely carried-- defensively and offensively.

Suggested Improvements:

Team 4 should have prioritized Hazel better and been way more careful. Brent almost took her out of the fight, but it was super reckless. Emma probably should have done more as the strongest person on team 4.

Zoe lost her cool. Ernie lost his cool. Allison recklessly jumped right into the enemy team and lost an eye for it. She got Ernie taken out as a result, but I don't think people should be trading themselves in like that. Same goes for Brent and Gregory. There's gotta be a better way besides going all kamikaze on your opponents.

Callan handed the paper to Fredric, feeling pretty dissatisfied with what she'd written. But she was anxious to put this whole mess behind her. They would get better. Stuff like this wasn't going to be a recurring thing, was it? They'd get better. They'd improve... right?
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