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.
You can choose to use either the present or past tense, and can write with either a first person or third person perspective depending on your personal preferences.
In addition, you are not allowed to kill, or drastically alter anyone elses character in any way without their permission.
Everybody has the right to control their own creations, and to dictate how their stories and artistic efforts proceed over time.
The chat system that we employ contains multiple rooms which can be used for roleplaying purposes, each representing a different location.
Descriptions of the environment can be found by hovering over the room name in the list.
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.
You can then interact with other people playing fictional figures using forums, blogs, profile posts, pictures, videos, and this chat.
*Suddenly realizing herself she lets the sleeve go, an embarrassed blush coloring her cheeks.* I’m sorry, I’m… You must follow all of Role Pages.com’s posted rules at all times, whenever accessing any feature of the site, including this chat system.
Failure to adhere to these rules can result in administrative action including deletion of content, silencing of accounts, and temporary, or permanent banning from the site.
There are two basic ways that your character can interact with others in a chat room.
There is dialogue, where you can have them say or communicate something to someone else, and then there are actions where you actually cause them to physically do something.
I'll show you my B cup breasts and play with my perfect shaved pussy if you're a good boy and you play with your cock for me.