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Thu Jan 19, 2017 5:52 pm by Scarf

Just wondering if I could get something going for my newest Friction wrestler.
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Hey everybody just posting a notice I have 2 wrestlers that could use some love!

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How to write good 101

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How to write good 101

Post by Kitten on Mon Apr 08, 2013 11:19 pm

In an effort to help all you noob raise your roleplaying abilities I am going to give you a few tips on how to improve your posting, because I am awesome like that..

1. Avoid alliteration. Always

2. Prepositions are not words to end sentences with.

3. Avoid cliches like the plague. They are old hat.

4. Comparisons are as bad as cliches.

5. Be more or less specific.

6. Writes should never generalize.

Seven. Be constant.

8. Don't be redundant; don't use more words than necessary; it is highly superfluous.

9. Who needs rhetorical questions?

10. Exaggeration is a billion times worse than understatement.

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Re: How to write good 101

Post by Bluemouse on Tue Apr 09, 2013 2:47 am

I was right there with you, all good fun and whatnot.







Until the semicolons.








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Re: How to write good 101

Post by IndigoDragon on Tue Apr 09, 2013 2:55 am

Thank you.This will help me better.But,I had to look up half of those fancy words you got there...

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Re: How to write good 101

Post by TiefBlau on Tue Apr 09, 2013 4:22 am

To add my two cents in, I'm not the best at writing but in a character and rping specific thing it's a bit degrading for the other person when one overpushes their character in an rp. This includes deciding the crowd is for or against each combatant, unless agreed to beforehand of course, and also overusing adjectives to over glorify your character.

Just my thoughts.

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Re: How to write good 101

Post by Bluemouse on Tue Apr 09, 2013 4:35 am

Who on earth would do THAT?

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Re: How to write good 101

Post by Jilly on Tue Apr 09, 2013 4:37 am

#7...I see what you did there.

Alliteration's frowned on though? And what's defined as cliche around here?

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Re: How to write good 101

Post by Bluemouse on Tue Apr 09, 2013 4:42 am

Just #7? JUST #7?

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Re: How to write good 101

Post by Jilly on Tue Apr 09, 2013 4:44 am

*rereads*

Good fuck I need sleep

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Re: How to write good 101

Post by TiefBlau on Tue Apr 09, 2013 4:45 am

<img src=" title="Razz" /> Does not every top 10 don'ts list do what it's telling you not to with each thing on the list? Tis a common joke.

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Re: How to write good 101

Post by Oathkeeper on Tue Apr 09, 2013 6:08 am

Honestly, I know I'm not the best writer. I make spelling mistakes all the time and I don't review my posts because I'm usually too busy or too lazy to look over them. Everyone knows, I'm not the best writer in the world. However, if any newbies are watching I'd like to give them some sound advice.
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Roleplaying-

The 3 C's of roleplaying!

1) Chemistry
-I was skeptical about this when I first started to roleplay when I started a thread a long time ago when I first joined. It's been a while and I asked for some role-playing tips or something like that. I believe and some of the mods came to the consensus that the biggest factor is chemistry. When i first heard this I was like whatever! But, as time went along I sort of agreed with them. On this site, there are great roleplayers who play fair, use great writing and have fantastic characters. However, this doesn't mean he or she will be compatible with me. This isn't anyone's fault it's just how it is sometimes. You may have noticed some of the roleplayers on this site consistently continue role-playing with each other and that's because they have great chemistry. Once you have that click with someone you'll find that you want to roleplay with them over and over again.

2) Control
-This is a huge issue not just within this site but role-playing as a whole. I'm pretty sure you've heard this a 100 times before so I'll just sum it up very quickly: Do Not Power play. As Tief mentioned earlier, do not pretend to control things that are beyond you character's control (unless your rp partner is cool with it, try to discuss it with them before hand). However, this sort of goes in line with chemistry also, as in you need to have a good sense of how much control you give your opponent's character. In my opinion, don't try to dodge, counter and/or escape everything without having your partner's consent. There are some role players who literally just lay there and let you totally waste their characters. I call them sandbags. <img src=" title="Very Happy" /> This sort of goes hand in hand with Chemistry

3) Characters
-Honestly, I feel like this hasn't been addressed enough on this site despite the fact it's the most essential part of role-playing. In a world like AFW, where everyone's smoking hot, a sexual deviant and full of lust. Honestly, if you want to be known as a great roleplayer make a great character because a role player's reputation is only as well known as his best character. Personality plays a big part in role playing and in this site because without a distinct personality there's nothing that sets them apart from the other characters. It makes people remember who your character was and they will see your character as an individual. In short, role playing is just that playing the role of your character.

Don't believe me?

Who do you think is speaking right now?

1) "Kh...Ridiculous"

2) "Ahhh... frauline..."

3) ò_ó

P.S- It's okay if you make a Mary sue Character just play him or her well.

In summary, being a good role-player is determined by maintaining a good relationship with your role-playing partner, communicating with your partner and role-play by playing the role of your character well.

Tips for writing-
(Bascially everything else has been said)

But, here's some tips, love it or hate it.

1) Use Google Chrome
-It gets rid of your spelling errors
-if you coincidentally exited your window due to an update, or your mom standing over your shoulder, you can open a new tab and reopen recently closed with the text from the post still on it! It's like magic ^_^

2) Re-read your posts
-I should do this more often
-If you were born into an English speaking family just read your post over in your head before you press send. Usually, you get the most obvious grammar errors out of the way unless you're special like me <img src=" title="Smile" />

3) Try harder
-Make an effort to become better at writing by using new words, being descriptive
-Try not to be repetitive (Yes, this one needs to be said again)
-Switch up Sentence Structure, add more flare and be great in your entry.
-Be Specific

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Rei pointed at Oath. Rei ran Oath. Rei punched Oath. Oath fell down.

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Pointing at her nemesis, Rei sprinted towards Oath in a furious charge. With the momentum of her entire body behind her, she extended her right arm forwards smashing her fist into Oath's jaw. Oath, out like a light, fell to his knees before his eyes rolled into the back of his head. It wasn't long before he collapsed onto his side utterly defeated.

Obviously, I exaggerated here.

((Holy shit this turned out much longer than I thought))

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