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  1. I do this too! I have characters with different ethnicities or backgrounds or fit certain stereotypes, and the "click" in my head is very definitive when switching from one to the next. RP is indeed an improv play, and as others have mentioned, Fade To Black is always an option, and RP does not equal sex. Many people roleplay as children - no sex, no lying, no cheating. Many people roleplay as animals or domestic animals - no sex, no lying, no cheating (though I HAVE seen people roleplay as animals and have sex with each other, but.. SL is SL and whatever floats your boat.)
  2. Well, see, this isn't it at all, and I think it depends on the level of commitment, the type of relationships you have, or the expectations of those you play with. So first RP is storytelling. Nothing more. Like in the movies or books, you have villains, victims, heroes, extras, etc. and people get together and write and create this story. Second, relationships vary. Here's an example. I once had a character who had a bf. This boyfriend was actually played by a woman - and I knew this beforehand. Again, storytelling and writing. Just like a novelist writes both female and mal
  3. I too get annoyed when people add tags to things that aren't part of the sim/item etc. Kinda like searching for "boots" on the MP and getting skirts or tables. As for anime or banning certain types of avatars - an anime avatar is as out of place in a 'realistic' sim, as a realistic avatar is out of place in an anime tv show or comic (graphic novel). Or as an anime cartoon walking around in a live-action movie. It breaks "immersion" and the feel and theme of the place. If I chose to play somewhere I'm certainly going to do my best to fit in. I'm not going to wear a sci-fi latex suit i
  4. Hi! We have a modern-day fantasy sim that limits races to werewolves, vampires and humans. Its fairly new, and we welcome groups and encourage people to make their own packs and MC's and such! Contact me in world for info if you are interested.
  5. Roleplay to me is interactive writing. When you roleplay you are writing a story/play/soap opera that is completely adlib. There are no scripts- though the outcomes of some scenes might be quasi-pre-planned- so there is no set direction to the story. The story moves depending on the reactions of each of the players to a situation and to other characters. How rich, detailed, or interesting your story is, is mostly up to you. I think many role players would agree with me that roleplaying is a mixture of acting and writing, where players work together to create a never ending story in a
  6. Hi there! New Modern-Fantasy RP Community seeking role players to fill roles in the Police Department, Fire Department, Medical/Hospital. Other roles available too! Vist here http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Lakeshore/225/107/1306 or contact me in- world!
  7. We have a brand new sim, so not very active YET, that is both urban and fantasy. http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Lakeshore/160/18/4006
  8. To reiterate, I made a post about our ROLE PLAY sim and posted it in the Role Play forum. I didn't see an issue since there are many posts about role play sims on that particular forum (not just Jo Yardley's). It is about roleplay. It is not a shopping sim, or a photography sim, a club, or an "ooc hangout" sim, but a place with a background story, story line, and completely "in character"--so, Role Play. My post was moved to a "destinations" forum and I wasn't told it was being moved or why. It simply wasn't there, and I didn't find it until after I went to the list of my pos
  9. Thank you. There are MANY posts showcasing rp environments on that thread some from this month. I didn't think I was doing anything wrong with making my post there.
  10. I don't see how letting people know of a new role play environment and inviting them to come play is an "ad". I'm not selling anything, I'm not charging an entry fee, rentals are available but not a requirement to play. People solicit roleplay on this forum all the time "seeking rp'r for...", "looking to start a new sim and need... ". I don't see the difference. I'm offering role play opportunities.
  11. I'm trying to find out where to contact someone in regards to a post I made that was removed/edited. I made my first post on the "Role Play" forums. We've opened a role play sim and I wanted to let people know about it. It got moderated and moved to "destinations" forum. We aren't a destination, we are strictly IC for role play--with a theme, genre, etc. So yes, I made a new post for the sim in the "Role Play" forum. This time I did not include a SLURL, but a link to the roleplay website instead. I got a warning for spamming. I wanted to talk to someone about it, but I
  12. Brand new role play Sim! Unnatural - Modern-Day fantasy sim. Vampire, Werewolf, Humans, Crime and all the other goodies! No character creation sheets or points, no HUDs - JUST RP! Set in the beautiful Pocono Mountains - come see us and stay to play - http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Lakeshore/161/20/4006
  13. Try deleting the picture and reloading one?
  14. No, they don't show up in my "listing" or "manage listings" list. But when I went to associate the new demo to a new listing, or add associated items, they still do show up, and despite it being a "deleted" item, it allowed me to append it. Also, I believe I deleted the demo and unlisted it and waited a few hours before uploading the new one.
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