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Post by Tyler on 30th March 2014, 7:16 pm

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Lastly, your plot. Simply put, post a new topic here with the plot that you want to give a shot. Think of this area as a help wanted, or just a thread tracker in a way. You don't have to be specific about your plot. Just enough to give yourself and other handlers some idea of where your roleplaying is headed. You can even request for specific characters you might want to add, but don't be controlling (like down to their habits if it doesn't affect the plot) or you else no one will want to join you. In your description, either put OPEN, CLOSED, or INVITE ONLY.

If you selected OPEN, then anyone can reply to your plot topic saying they want to join in. If you selected CLOSED, provide the other character names/handlers who are joining your roleplay. If you selected INVITE ONLY, then handlers have to PM you beforehand to join.

This thread is important, as you'll be able to figure out who wants to join the fun and what you should start off with, instead of trying to figure out eachother's intentions from the start. When you want to begin your roleplay, post in your plot thread with the link to the roleplays that you perform. After you've got all four steps, you can just keep providing the link of each thread to the plot so that you can do various ones without having to come back and do all four processes over again.

If you're confused, make sure to check out the examples.



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