I do not necessarily have the same roleplay opinions as everyone else, I'm super picky as well. I'm just here if you need me.
Reviews : minimal because I'm not here to make anyone feel bad
Opinions : gladly
Help : Always
Roleplay is NOT a job, we should enjoy it and use it to improve. There is a different between being 'blunt' and being 'rude'
Roleplay Lingo for noobs.
RP: Roleplay, is where two or more people pick a character from a movie, tv, book etc, or make up your own, and then make them interact. It's like a story I guess, but you can only control your character and you take it in turns to tell the story from your character's point of view, each time progressing the story further. Can either be done in pairs or in groups, and it usually has a genre and plot.
OOC: "Out of Character." Pronounced, 'oh oh see' or simply read out aloud, out of character. It's when the person playing the character is talking, not the actual character. Most roleplayers know what ooc means, it's important to understand ooc to avoid bad misunderstandings
IC: IC means in character. IC is basically the opposite of OOC. While OOC is you talking not as your character. IC is you being and talking like your character. Most of your posts, if not all will be in IC.
FC: Face claim, face claim means what actor, animated character, etc... you want to use for your character's appearance. Also known as play-by.
1x1: Is an abbreviation for a one-on-one roleplay. That is a roleplay between just two people.
Canon: If something is "canon" it means it's official. omething originally from a source. Events that happen with a TV show are “canon” events, and characters from that show are “canon” characters.
OC: An original character is a made up character, so OC's are the opposite of canon characters.