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    Hello fellow Writers!
    We are proud to present the first of many monthly Newsletters.
    As you have probably realised, we have a new name, Roleplay Society! We shall miss you RPGChat! And you shall remain forever in our hearts!
    The Winner of the Bug Gym Art & Literature Challenge is...*Drum Roll* Pisces! Her short story, Fireflies, was really well thought out and put together! If you’re interested in participating in the Rock Gym, entries must be placed in the Art & Literature Forums by November 25th. Good Luck!
    Want to get your new or existing RP out to the masses? The Newsletter is now accepting 2-3 sentence blurbs to advertise your threads! You may accompany them with graphics 550 pixels wide by 420 pixels high. For more information or to submit an advertisement, please PM Birdee10.
    We are happy to present to you, The Lecturers. They will be leading the charge in the RP Academy. Check back regularly for guides, tutorials and more!
    SPOTLIGHT: Justice League of America
    She alone had washed his body and carefully knitted his flesh back together before anointing him with oils. She had kissed him gently before placing Charon's obol on his lips, "This is only to keep you safe until we can be together again. Don't get any ideas about giving it up easily, I'll be asking for it back," she'd spoken out loud to him, believing if his spirit had lingered near he would hear her. Then she gently finished laying the fresh white linens across his face to bring him home.
    SPOTLIGHT: Hidden Potential: Where's the key?
    He leaned forward a bit, his gaze leaving the puzzle as he studied her face. Then, he reached out a hand, wiping away a small smudge of lipstick on the left side of her mouth where it was slightly uneven. Again, it was hard to tell that it was uneven at all, and was a detail most would have missed. He also clearly had no sense of personal space, as well.
    SPOTLIGHT: Spam!
    Three Word Game

    The Cuteness Thread
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  • Roleplaying Articles

    by Published on 11-05-2016 04:34 AM
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    Let me throw you a moment in time...

    So youíre sat down, ready to write the most badass of scenes to ever exist in any roleplay or story ever. Youíve got your characters, your plot and your setting. The most awesome of thoughts are about to explode from that sexy brain of yours! You
    by Published on 11-03-2016 05:56 PM
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    Creating a character is easy, right? Thatís the first and most basic thing we all do - fill out a character sheet and slap it up. The GM asks for your characterís name, age, gender, and appearance, and thatís all anyone needs to know about them, right?

    For a simple story, the basics might be fine, but as you advance as a writer and start to tell tales that are more complex and character-driven, youíll want to delve deeper into creating characters that really capture peopleís thoughts and hearts. The more dynamic and realistic your characters, the more nuanced your story will be.

    Published on 07-08-2016 11:04 AM  Number of Views: 746 

    Five Common Mistakes that Roleplayers Make

         Roleplayers are just like any other writers; we strive to improve ourselves, day in and day out; constantly wrack our brains for new, exciting materials; and, of course, we make mistakes. This article is about common mistakes that roleplayers make. We've all made them and maybe some of us still are: hopefully this article will give you the nudge you may need to break out of a loop.

    1. Saying 'Yes' when you shoulda said 'No'

         This one I'm sure we've all done. A friend comes to you with a great roleplay idea! They're excited and have it all planned
    Published on 07-24-2016 09:45 AM  Number of Views: 509 

    A mighty and grand fleet looming in space silently may be a mental image that inspires grandeur and awe, but the process of creating one is something that can seem titanic and terrifying. It is an undertaking that is sizable and time consuming, but like most things in life, it can be done if you set ...
    Published on 04-25-2015 03:26 AM

    Hey pretty people! It has been a long time coming, but RPGC is now live on Tapatalk! (I am currently posting this from Tapatalk on my iPad! Yay!) I am new to Tapatalk myself, but just poke around the app for a bit and I am sure you will get the hang of it! You can download the Tapatalk app for mobile phones and tablets for free. Just search RPGChat and you should be able to find us! Please post in the Helpdesk subforum if you have any questions (: