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Leaf-fall first moon (Autumn, September)
Leaf-fall always brings storms and this is no exception; chill winds are already blowing, and the terror of the rogues isn't letting up any time soon. FireClan and FrostClan have been attacked and now BrightClan has been to! Will the medicine cats return in time to save everyone...?

DuskClan
Russetstar (@Skybreeze) - 7 lives
Deputies: Littleflower (@Daisyleap), Scorpionclaw (@Panthermask)
Medicine cats: Hollyshade (@Daisyleap), Coldfoot (@Leopardspots)
M/c apprentices: Carnelianpaw (@Willowfeather), Tulippaw (@Willowstorm)

FireClan
Redstar (@Daisyleap) - 8 lives
Deputies: Nightpelt (@Skybreeze), Sparkfeather (@Aquastar)
Medicine cats: Soraflight (@Leopardspots), Mudstreak (@Aquastar)
M/c apprentices: Owlpaw (@Willowstorm), Flurrypaw (@Quake)
Notice: FireClan camp is temporarily located within FrostClan due to the rogue takeover.

WaterClan
Sandstar (@Aquastar) - 7 lives
Deputies: Turtlesplash (@Leopardspots), Nightfoot (@Daisyleap)
Medicine cats: Peachcloud(@Daisyleap), Twistedleg (@Skybreeze)
M/c apprentices: Sunpaw (@Flintbranch), {reserved}
Notice: WaterClan's Camp is currently located in their Swampy Forest due to flooding.

BrightClan
Ivorystar (@Willowstorm) - 4 lives
Deputies: Lynxcloud (@Daisyleap), Snowpuddle (@Snoo)
Medicine cats: Hazelflight (@Leopardspots), Seabreeze (@Wishflight)
M/c apprentices: Mistpaw (@Mistpool), Dawnpaw (@Panthermask)

FrostClan
Dapplestar (@Leopardspots) - 2 lives
Deputies: Cloverlily (@Daisyleap), Thornsplash (@Skybreeze)
Medicine cats: Ivyfeather (@Aquastar), Greytail (@Skybreeze)
M/c apprentices: Longpaw (@Daisyleap), Falconpaw (@Willowstorm)
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Roleplay Creating Guide

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Roleplay Creating Guide

Post by Nightdragon on Mon Aug 15, 2016 5:48 am

~ Nightdragon's Tips to Creating Roleplays ~



So you have decided to make a roleplay, huh? That's great! But just creating a roleplay doesn't mean it will be the best one out there right off the bat. Creating roleplays take a lot more than just simply making a plot, laying down rules, and creating the character sheets for the players. I have been roleplaying for 17 years now and have learned a great deal about what makes a roleplay stick and go on for a while, even years sometimes. And these tips I am willing to share will hopefully help you when creating your own. So without further ado, here they are.


1.) This one I can't stress enough, but the best way to go about when creating a roleplay is USE YOUR OWN. Making one out of your own creation will be the best option when wanting to create a roleplay - it adds everything about you into the creation and players crave creativity. Copying others out there isn't necessarily a bad thing either, it just lacks creativity from the creator. If you do decide to copy someone else's roleplay, tweak it around a bit to make it not so similar. Changing the plot some will add a lot more creativity into the roleplay from your own mind.

2.) If you don't know what kind of roleplay you want to make, try asking yourself the question "What do I enjoy and would others enjoy it too?" Along with this is choose a genre that you like: horror, romance, adventure, fantasy, mystery, survival, etc. Even mix a few to add some good spice into the roleplay.

3.) If you ever lose interest while making the roleplay, just STOP. Cause if the creator themselves lose interest, there is the very high chance the players would too.

4.) Animals... the most played roleplays out there. And if it was your choice to make a roleplay about animals, don't make it too general. Add some stuff to the plot or rules to really make it STAND OUT. Unlike humans, animals simply go through the same routine every time and soon enough the roleplay usually drags and gets boring, eventually dying off in the long run. I have seen this happen 70% of the time. Mixing animals into the roleplay can help but not always a guarantee

5.) When making the plot to the roleplay, always ask yourself questions about it. Then answer them into the plot details. A story can never have too many questions. Remember, DETAILS IS KEY.

6.) Put yourself in the player's shoes to get a perspective as if you are reading someone else's roleplay's information. What would be done to catch their eye? Does it thrill them when reading the plot? Does it make them want to join? Those are just a few questions you could ask yourself as a player.

7.) When it comes to the setting of the roleplay, always start SMALL. Because the roleplay is brand new and starting out, there doesn't have to be so much space to roleplay in. Just work your way outward as the roleplay progresses and gets bigger. However, if you are targeting a lot of players in order to begin the roleplay then this tip can be an exception like faction-type roleplays for example.

8.) If you are going to make the roleplay realistic, keep it realistic. Always take into consideration about the setting and the content presented.

9.) After you have the plot made out, next comes the rules. If you are going to make the rules, ENFORCE them. Since you are the creator of the roleplay then you are in charge. Unfairness from players breaking the rules causes the roleplay to spiral out of control. A lot of this reflects the common rule "no god-modding" or simply controlling someone else's character.


I will add more tips as I think of them since there are quite a few I have learned but these nine are the main important ones I know. Hopefully, it helps! :]
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