Playing a Relative

When at all possible, Staff would prefer you not play characters that are related to a character you’re currently playing or have played within three generations. Opening up children to other Players, or putting them on the Roster List, opens up the amount of RP that you can enjoy with other Players and prevents the game from stagnating. It also ensures that plenty of Players get a chance to enjoy a wide variety of roles, rather than having the same handful of Players running a city or an organization for years on end.

You may have very definite ideas about the sort of Player that you want in your character’s family, but Staff has a very strong dislike of cliques and will react negatively to any Players attempting to shut others out of their “circle”. It’s perfectly okay to ask your real-life friends and family to make a character to be in your in-game family. Plenty of people do that, and it’s a great way to build clans and Houses quickly. Just try to make certain you’re not using the same Players over and over while never bringing in new people. Everyone should be given a chance to grow and evolve as an RPer, and who knows, you might discover a new friend or help someone with their RP by widening your circle.


Posted October 27, 2012 by Evoru

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