Everybody has the right to control their own creations, and to dictate how their stories and artistic efforts proceed over time.
However guests are still subject to all of Role Pages posted rules and guidelines.The chat system that we employ contains multiple rooms which can be used for roleplaying purposes, each representing a different location.When you enter into an event being held by a DM, you forfeit control over your character, and give them the right to alter or kill that persona if it is necessary for the story.Before a permanent change is enacted a DM will be required to message the person in question to give them a chance to avoid the situation.Excessive use of Out Of Character comments in any other room where role playing is taking place is against the rules, and can result in administrative action.
There are two basic ways that your character can interact with others in a chat room.
Role playing is a form of storytelling where you take on the persona of a fictional character, and then interact with others through various mediums to tell dynamic stories.
On Role Pages this is done by signing up for an account as that character, filling out a profile according to what they would actually say, and choosing an appropriate avatar picture.
There are a variety of symbols that are used by people to indicate that a phrase is an action.
The important thing is that the words get marked off, and separated from any other writing so that people know an action is taking place.
Dialogue: In literary form this is generally delineated by having words placed in quote marks “ “ That is an acceptable way to express dialogue in the chat, however the common convention on Role Pages is to simply leave text which is intended as dialogue unmarked. *She smiles, catching the man by the sleeve of his jacket* I have an important appointment at 3 and I don’t want to be late.