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  1. I have role played a lot - I do not like people to godmod me, to powergame, or to use OOC information IC. I know it happens - but there are places where those things are really frowned upon - so finding such a place helps in cutting down on the problem a lot. The length of emotes hasnothing to do with "playing strict" or doing role play right. It is not a matter of right and wrong - it is simply a matter of preference. I like a decent length of emote when I role play - and I also write more then two or three sentences.It does not take me 20 minutes - that is way too long. I am a fast typist and it takes me between 3 and 5 minutes to post. But as I said - that is strictly a matter of preference.
  2. Aimee, what you did to them was completely mental. Stay away from them - you have done enough.
  3. SegmentationFault String wrote: Hah! Thanks, Theresa. Glad to know it's not just me. Jewel and Marigold, after all these years I'm very familiar with the amazing skins available both for free and for reasonable proces in the marketplace. But as I said, I'm fond of my self-designed avatar with her nerdy, totally non-glamorous freckle face and thick glasses. Obviously I'll have to settle for somebody else's design since that feature no longer works properly, but it's a shame. It's also a moot point. Since my RL wife started joining me in SL, I almost always use my male avatar. She feels weird going out dancing with the homely nerd girl, and the male almost never wears any kind of makeup :-) You can update your avatar for free....there are so many good freebies these days. http://roleplaystyle.wordpress.com/2013/05/27/your-purse-is-thin-you-can-still-look-fab-d/ And you can customize the skins these days to fit your own taste.
  4. Trinity Yazimoto wrote: no, but seriously.......even if it was possible, or even if you are a noob.... how can someone compare what could be a rape of an avatar to a real rape ???? HOW ???? So very true! It is crazy to compare rl rape with someone staring at some pixel person at the screen who might be humped by another pixel person - until the one pixel person who might be tricked into the act can tp away.
  5. Staralien wrote: Here's a can of worms I just opened: If your avatar is raped, (if such a thing were possible to do against your will) can you prosecute the person in real life? Should you be able to? Rape is a violent act, and in this case it would be basically raping someone's mind. Mind rape. It is a non issue - because it is not possible.
  6. Efurou

    New to Gor

    Kettarah wrote: Haifa is a good place. They will help you learn the basics and get a backstory. I got there a couple of weeks ago myself. Look me up if you come by - Kettarah. If people are looking for role play - I actually would not recommend Port Haifa (if that is the place you mean.) It is a mostly a slave training place and it asks a bunch of OOC crossover from slave role players. Most people who only want to rp are not into that.
  7. Syo Emerald wrote: I don't have an issue with that. I simply showed you that you could also be an easy target for hate. Not liking child avatars is one thing, but spreading false informations and hate isn't the way to deal with them. I'm just trying to make you think about who it could feel to be on the other side of the fence. If people want to go on and on about the stuff you mentioned - if they like to show their ignorance like that - they can be my guest :-) Not sure where someone spread hatred about child avatars.
  8. Canoro Philipp wrote: one thing we must avoid tho, is to attack someone because we dont like how that person decide that their second life would be, you have the power to control the environment of what you would like your second life experience to be in your land, outside of it, we all deserve to be safe, and our beliefs respected, as long as we are not hurting anyone else. I agree with that. No one should be attacked because they want to play a certain character. What I do not understand is players who demand they can play on privately owned sims when the characters they play are not wanted there - and they feel like their rights are violated somehow. If they are on sims where their avatar is allowed - they should be left alone!
  9. Syo Emerald wrote: And that you jump in to aid a troll doesn't supprise me. Your previous posts in this forum told me enough. But hey, you could help her...you have enough topics to offer she can continue to write about. Incest for example! Great topic to practice calling names. Or maybe a step further....something creative...yes...people exposing their breasts online, people being fat....endless options to chose from. A basic topic to start with would be BDSM, naturally. Or a thread about how weird Gor roleplay is, thats close to be classic. I have no clue if that person is a troll or wants to cause drama. I know for sure that none of it has to do with how old a topic is. If people do not want to feed the troll/drama - they can simply not answer and just ignore the re-opened thread. All the other stuff you are going on about here - I have no clue what that is all about..... You have issues with people who like a bit bdsm here and there in sl?
  10. Syo Emerald wrote: You are a lame troll. Get some better topic. Ranting about child avatars is so 2009. Can't you come up with something entertaining? Your false arguments are boring. Come on, you can do better. Why would anyone be bothered about someone discussing something on a discussion forum? What does it matter who old the thread is? If the people complaining about the age of the thread have nothing to add to the topic - they can just not answer, no? I find child avatars annoying also. And no - it does not violate anyone's human rights to ban child avatar's on a sim. Sim owners have the right to invite or ban whoever they want for any reason they want. They pay, they make their own rules. Not everyone is allowed in my rl house - it is my decision who visits me and who not - does not mean I violate anyone's rights.
  11. ImaTest wrote: As for the poster who asked how someone can not like interacting with humans. The furry thing is irrelevant. Of course there aren't many furries running around in rl. That doesn't mean every person on the planet has to be a social little bumblebee. There are plenty of people who truly are not comfortable around most, if not all, people they encounter. There could be any number of reasons why, including physical, emotional, psychological, etc.. That doesn't mean they won't ever interract with people, it simply means they have difficulty(to varying degrees) and would much rather not have to do so If one of my sl friends of aquaintances told me they are so uncomfortable around humans - they do not want to interact with them in sl or in real life - I would tell them to step away from sl for a good long while and sort out their rl issues. There are NO furries running around in rl - it is a fantasy people induldge in - and as soon as they have issues makes a very clear distinction between fantasy and reality - there is a problem. I tell the same things to people who play in Gor by the way - who think they are "gorean." The furry thing in this case is very relevant - have you not read the OP?
  12. Efurou

    New to Gor

    Serxjo001 wrote: I have decided to give the Gor scene a try.....the diverse culture and roles in the gorean world interests me....but the problem is finding someone willing to help me settle in.....like helping me find a role and guide me in my early stages....any help would be greatly appreciated.....thank you Great role play guide http://www.ragnarsrest.com/GorRPGuide.pdf Important things to know when playing gor http://ragnarsrest.com/gorfacts/ If you want someone to help you - it might bebest to find a sim first where you want to play. Other players usually invest into people who want to spend time on their sim. Some sims also have some welcome programs and stuff like that. You should decide first which role you want to play - so people know where to start when helping you out.
  13. MartinaVaslovik wrote: Friendship bracelet???? Well I didn't take it from him and told him I could deal with the creeps just fine, but I kept wondering what that bracelet could really be, and why he would not tell me what it does, and why he's being so cryptic about it. After talking to a couple of my girlfriends in SL who are quite experienced I found out what it really is, it's a kajira bracelet, and that scumbag wanted to make me his PROPERTY!!!! A girlfiend told me about kajira and I looked it up, finding that a man can hide that in anything, clothes, a collar, jewelrey, or a bracelet, and that's what he did, then tried to trick me into taking it and becoming his slave! I'll KILL HIM!!!! First of all - if the guy did try to give you some scripted item and thought he would "own" you if you put it on - he is an idiot. All things in sl are consensual - so he should know that giving you some item means nothing. I do believe, however, that you are massively overreacting. Most likely - that bracelet was just some cheesy friendship bracelet and nothing else. Even if it was a scripted bdsm item - you could have looked at it before wearing it - seeing the scripts and so on. Then it would still have been YOUR choice and YOUR choice alone to wear it or not. Even if you did wear it - it would have been YOUR choice alone to take it off again. No owns anyone in sl - unless it is two consenting adults agreeing to induldge in that fantasy. If you are not into that fantasy - do not engage in those kinds of exchanges. So, you can calm down - no one can make you his or her property. Such things are always done consesually and both sides want it. Most of Gor is actually pure role play and people never take the role of slave or owner out of character. If it does cross OOC lines - it is always consenting adults who want to do that kind of thing.
  14. I do not agree that no one should ever change for anyone. Relationships are often based on compromises. If both people want to make it work - then compromise and coming to a solution where everyone gives a little is perfectly fine. I never had a relationship where I did not have to compromise on certain things. My question is -how was that person "not comfortable" about interacting with humans in real life? I do not see many furries running around when I leave the house rl - what is that all about?
  15. Syo Emerald wrote: Thats because Gor is meant to be a roleplay and not some sort of fancy BDSM. There are still quite a few lifestyle sims out there.
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