Paragraph Role Play Tips - Written by Jackson Sharple Role Play Tip # 01 - Detail - - - - - Live. You don't need to write a novel, of course, but a little bit of work will be well rewarded. It's worth the extra bit of time needed to type out.
That's fine, but it does nothing to identify you as someone who is worth roleplaying with, so you may need to adapt.
If that's how you want to identify yourself, while still wanting roleplay, perhaps have a few words about contacting you for roleplay details.
Role Play Tip # 05 – Entering Pre-Existing Scenes - - - - - Roleplayetiquette.
There are many, many things that fall under that topic, one of them being pre-existing scenes.
I'll give you a couple of examples: 1 - /me looks at the man and throws a punch at him, hitting him in the head and knocking him out.
He walks over to the downed man, drawing his blade, and stabs him in the heart. " He looks at her breasts and massages them roughly, using her for his own pleasure. Perhaps he was willing to take a hit, but play it as reeling back, not being knocked out.
Sniffing the air as if to judge the taste by its smell, he smiles. That's a little better than: /me walks into the cafe. " So, give your character a bit of depth to their actions.
Here's an example: /me looks across the counter, staring at the selection of soft drinks before turning his gaze to the coffee. Two cream and a sugar, please." He reaches into his pocket, and pulls out his wallet to pay.
Not very detailed, sure, but it stopped before there was any powergaming.