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N
napoleonic - Taking place during or heavily influenced by the events of Napoleon's reign in France (1799-1815) and/or the Napoleonic Wars (1803-1815).
naruto - Based on or borrowing elements from the Naruto anime/manga.
nation - Focusing on or seeking to roleplay as countries rather than individual characters, particularly associated with the Nationstates game.
neutral characters - Focusing on/seeking characters with grey morality or who feel no strong pull towards good or evil behavior.
next-gen characters (fandom) - Focusing on/seeking characters who are related to the canon characters (usually their children) and/or who succeed them after their retirement.
nightclub - Taking place in and around a club and dealing with nightlife themes and dynamics between patrons and/or employees.
no anime - Anime character images and/or popular anime tropes are not allowed.
no multiples - The author does not allow more than one character per player.
no romance - Indicating that the author prefers or is seeking roleplay which does not involve romantic relationships.
no sex - Indicating that the author prefers or is seeking roleplay which does not involve sexual situations.
noir - Crime drama that focuses on gritty themes, cynical worldviews, and often romance- especially taking place in or heavily influenced by the events, social behaviors, and/or fashion of the 1940's-1950's.
non-human characters - Focusing on/seeking non-human, but humanoid characters.


O
occult - Dealing with spiritualism, witchcraft, voodooism, and other strange phenomena that fall outside mainstream religion.
office - Taking place in and around a workplace and dealing with in-office dynamics.
one piece - Based on or borrowing elements from the One Piece anime/manga.
one-on-one roleplayer - Indicating that the author prefers or is seeking a private roleplay with a single partner.
original characters (fandom) - Focusing on/seeking characters which do not exist in canon and are original creations.
otherworld fantasy - Fantasy in which characters travel to another world OR which is set in a universe that exists parallel to our own and is theoretically accessible in some manner.
ouran host club - Based on or borrowing elements from the Ouran High School Host Club anime/manga.


P
paranormal - Dealing with phenomena as yet explained by science but which is assumed to have a scientific explanation- such as ghosts, UFOs, cryptids, and psychic abilities.
parody (fandom) - Based on characters, themes, and/or other elements from an existing (usually copyrighted) universe which are not the author's own creations, with the intent of satirizing that existing work. Borrowed elements are usually recognizable counterparts without being explicitly named (e.g. "Frito Bugger" vs. "Frodo Baggins").
pathfinder - Based on or borrowing the rules, lore, or campaign settings of the Pathfinder tabletop game.
percy jackson - Based on or borrowing elements from the Percy Jackson and Heroes of Olympus books and/or movies.
persona play - Interacting with other players as your online persona.
pirates - Containing or focusing on outlaws who sail the open sea in search of riches and treasure, often stealing from other vessels.
pokemon - Based on or borrowing elements from the Pokemon games, anime, and/or manga.
political intrigue - Containing or focusing on the inner workings of political systems- especially dealing with underhanded affairs, diplomatic negotiations, betrayal, succession, and/or power struggles.
porn without plot - Nothing but sex.
post-apocalyptic - Taking place after or during the fallout from a catastrophe or cataclysmic event which has eradicated modern society as we understand it.
posting expectations: adept - Indicating that the posting expectation for this roleplay is set at the Adept level. See the Posting Expectation Guide for more info.
posting expectations: advanced - Indicating that the posting expectation for this roleplay is set at the Advanced level. See the Posting Expectation Guide for more info.
posting expectations: beginner - Indicating that the posting expectation for this roleplay is set at the Beginner level. See the Posting Expectation Guide for more info.
posting expectations: douche - Indicating that the posting expectation for this roleplay is set at the Douche level. See the Posting Expectation Guide for more info.
posting expectations: elementary - Indicating that the posting expectation for this roleplay is set at the Elementary level. See the Posting Expectation Guide for more info.
posting expectations: give-no-fucks - Indicating that the posting expectation for this roleplay is set at the Give-No-Fucks level. See the Posting Expectation Guide for more info.
posting expectations: intermediate - Indicating that the posting expectation for this roleplay is set at the Intermediate level. See the Posting Expectation Guide for more info.
posting expectations: prestige - Indicating that the posting expectation for this roleplay is set at the Prestige level. See the Posting Expectation Guide for more info.
posting speed: daily - Indicating that the author expects or requires one post per day.
posting speed: flexible - Indicating that the author has no particular expectations or requirements for posting speed.
posting speed: lightning - Indicating that the author expects or requires posts to be near immediate during online periods.
posting speed: molasses - Indicating that the author expects or requires posts to be infrequent, taking over a week or more.
posting speed: semidaily - Indicating that the author expects or requires more than one post per day.
posting speed: semiweekly - Indicating that the author expects or requires more than one post per week.
posting speed: weekly - Indicating that the author expects or requires one post per week.
prehistoric - Taking place before recorded human history or heavily influenced by popular depictions of that era.
pre-made characters - The Game Master of this roleplay would like players to fill very specific roles or characters of their own creation.
prequel (fandom) - Taking place before the events of canon.
prohibition - Taking place during or heavily influenced by the events of America's Prohibition era (1920-1933), the days of a nation-wide ban on the sale, production, importation, and transportation of alcoholic beverages.
psychological - Horror that relies on fear and emotional instability to build tension.


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R
rape - Dealing with themes or instances of at least one character being forced or coerced into sexual acts.
realistic physics - Real world physics are strictly adhered to within this roleplay.
redstar roleplayer - Indicating that the author is over 18 and prefers or is seeking roleplay with sexual themes.
regency - Taking place in or heavily influenced by the events, social behaviors, and/or fashion of England's Regency era (1795-1837) and/or during the actual reign of the Prince Regent George of Wales (1811-1820).
religious themes - Containing references to or elements from real-world religions. May or may not be blasphemous.
renaissance - Taking place in or heavily influenced by the events, social behaviors, and/or fashion of Europe's Renaissance era (14th-17th century). It was a time period in which literature, philosophy, art, music, politics, science, religion, and other aspects of intellectual inquiry prospered.
resort - Taking place in and around a vacation spot, especially a commercial establishment catering toward tourists and vacationers.
restaurant - Taking place in and around a restaurant, diner, or cafe and dealing with the dynamics of customers, waitstaff, and cooks as well as themes of food/cooking.
revolution - Taking place during a time of turmoil and political change for a nation, especially roleplays set in or influenced by the events of the American or French Revolutions.
roll20 - A dice-based roleplay conducted via the third-party Roll20 tabletop simulator.
romance - Including/focusing on romantic relationships between characters.
romantic comedy - Containing or focusing on situational comedy concerning romantic relationships, particularly misunderstandings or conflicts of personality.
rwby - Based on or borrowing elements from the RWBY cartoon web series.


S
sailor moon - Based on or borrowing elements from the Sailor Moon anime and/or manga.
satire - Don't take this seriously. It's making fun of something.
school - Taking place in and around a school/university setting, usually with a focus on classes and life on campus.
science fantasy - Scifi that contains staple fantasy elements, OR a blended scifi/fantasy setting.
scifi - Including elements of the speculative future such as advanced technology, extraterrestrial life, and travel to other planets.
sequel (fandom) - Taking place after the events of canon.
sexual themes - Containing references to sex, innuendo, and mild depictions of sexual situations.
shadowrun - Based on or borrowing the rules, lore, or campaign settings of the Shadowrun tabletop game.
shenmo - Fantasy based on or borrowing elements from Chinese mythology, particularly deities and monsters.
sherlock - Based on or borrowing elements from the Sherlock Holmes stories or any derivative work such as BBC's Sherlock.
shop - Taking place in and around a shop and dealing with the dynamics of regular customers, employees, and proprietors.
slasher - Horror which revolves around one or more psychotic killers and focuses on murder and mayhem.
slave - Containing or focusing on characters who are owned by other characters, usually with a sexual element and dealing with the relationships between master and slave.
slice of life - Containing or focusing on events from everyday life and mundane scenarios.
slow burn - Focusing on romantic relationships which take a long time to build before they are acknowledged and/or acted upon by the characters involved.
soap opera - Focusing on the emotional relationships between characters and dramatic, often over-the-top situations.
social - Focusing on character interaction and dialogue rather than any particular plot and generally taking place in a fixed location.
solarpunk - Speculative scifi where the predominant technology runs on solar power, especially associated with influences and fashion from the Art Nouveau and Bohemianist movements and often focusing on green politics as well as utopic rather than dystopic themes.
space opera - Scifi which takes place almost entirely in space and focuses on intergalactic warfare and melodrama.
space saga - Scifi which takes place almost entirely in space and focuses on the ongoing adventures of a particular group, especially the crew of a ship.
space western - Scifi which takes place almost entirely in space and includes elements and themes from the western genre, such as outlaws and the exploration of uncharted territory.
spaghetti western - Western that portrays antiheroes or tragic heroes rather than the "white hats" of traditional westerns, with themes of betrayal and grittier tones.
spin-off (fandom) - Taking place in a universe which stays true to canon, but acting as a side-story elsewhere within the universe. Typically does not involve any main canon characters.
splatterpunk - Focusing on graphically-described scenes of an extremely gory nature and a sense of alienation.
sports - Focusing on a competitive sport and the dynamics of a team or rival athletes.
star trek - Based on or borrowing elements from any of the Star Trek television series or movies.
star wars - Based on or borrowing elements from the Star Wars movies and/or expanded universe.
steampunk - Speculative scifi where the predominant technology functions on steam power, especially associated with influences and fashion from the Victorian era.
strict rules - The Game Master of this roleplay has a lot of rules and regulations for players. Be prepared to read carefully.
superhuman - Focusing on characters with extraordinary abilities, often gained by luck or terrible circumstance and which necessitate having secret identities.
supernatural - Dealing with phenomena which defy scientific explanation- such as vampires, werewolves, miracles, and unearthly beings.
supernatural (tv series) - Based on or borrowing elements from the Supernatural TV series or related media.
survival - Focusing on characters placed in extreme circumstances and the struggle to stay alive.
suspense - Focusing on contrasting hopeful and anxious scenarios to create tension and a winding plot.
swashbuckling - Containing or focusing on highly romanticized adventures and daring deeds.
swords and planets - Science fantasy where swords and melee combat are prevalent despite the presence of advanced technology. Essentially swords and sorcery in a scifi setting.
swords and sandals - Fantasy with themes and elements from classical mythology or religion, especially Greco-Roman myth or Biblical tales. Essentially swords and sorcery in a mythic setting.
swords and sorcery - Fantasy that combines elements of swashbuckling adventure stories with heavy magical themes. Usually features sword-wielding protagonists.


T
tabletop - A roleplay using any RPG system devised for pen-and-paper roleplaying, usually involving the use of dice and/or numeric statistics.
tarot - Based on or borrowing elements or themes from tarot cards, card suits, and the Major Arcana.
tavern - Taking place in and around a tavern and dealing with dynamics between patrons and serving staff.
teenage characters - Focusing on/seeking characters between ages 13-18.
tentacles - Tentacles doing naughty things to someone.
thriller - Focusing on plot twists, tense scenarios, and villainous plots.
time travel - Focusing on characters traveling to different eras throughout history or into the future.
timeskips - Including extended periods of time passing between points of the story.
tolkien - Based on or borrowing themes from the books of J.R.R. Tolkien or the movies based upon those works.
torture - Including depictions of extended physical or psychological harm to the point of sadism.
town - Taking place in and around a town or village and dealing with the dynamics of the inhabitants and their daily lives.
tragedy - Focusing on human suffering and misfortune.
tudor - Taking place in or heavily influenced by the events, social behaviors, and/or fashion of England's Tudor period (1485-1603).


U
undertale - Based on or borrowing elements from the Undertale video game.
urban fantasy - Fantasy taking place in an urban setting, often in modern-day and often including elements of the supernatural.


V
vague euphemisms - Denotes a preference for indirect terms which avoid any foul or clinical language to describe sexual acts.
vampires - Containing or focusing on beings who feed on the life force (usually blood) of the living.
vanilla - Indicates the author does not wish to explore any hardcore sexual content.
victorian - Taking place in or heavily influenced by the events, social behaviors, and/or fashion of England's Victorian era (1837-1901).
vietnam - Taking place during or heavily influenced by the events of the Vietnam War (1955-1975).
viking - Taking place in or heavily influenced by the events, social behaviors, and/or fashion of Northern Europe's Viking Age (793-1066).
violence - Containing explicit descriptions of violent acts.
virtual reality - Taking place inside of a digital environment, especially an MMORPG.


W
walking dead - Based on or borrowing elements from the Walking Dead comics and/or television series.
war - Taking place during a war between nations.
warcraft - Based on or borrowing elements from the World of Warcraft MMORPG and/or Warcraft video game series.
warhammer - Based on or borrowing elements from the Warhammer or Warhammer 40k settings.
watersports - Containing or focusing on sexual situations involving urine and/or urination.
weird fiction - Blending horror, supernatural, and scifi elements to create uncanny tales.
weird west - Blending horror, supernatural, and low fantasy elements into a western setting.
werewolves - Containing or focusing on characters with lycanthropy, a supernatural affliction wherein a person transforms into a wolf or wolf-like creature.
western - Taking place in or heavily influenced by "wild west" culture in late 19th-century America- often including cowboys, gun-slinging, and disputes between law enforcement and bandits.
witches - Containing or focusing on magic users- especially female- who draw power from occult or mystical sources.
wonderland - Based on or borrowing elements of Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass by Lewis Carroll, or any derivative works.
world of darkness - Based on or borrowing the rules, lore, or campaign settings of the World of Darkness tabletop games.
worldbuilding - Indicating that the author is seeking partners/players who are active participants in creating a setting.
wuxia - Containing or focusing on martial artists, usually with fantasy elements. Often set in ancient China.
wwi - Taking place during or heavily influenced by the events of World War I (1914-1918).
wwii - Taking place during or heavily influenced by the events of World War II (1939-1945).


X
x-men - Based on or borrowing elements of Marvel's X-Men comics, cartoons, and/or movies.


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Z
zapata western - Westerns focusing on Mexican heroes and settings, especially involving the Mexican Revolution of 1913.
zelda - Based on or borrowing elements from the games in the Legend of Zelda series.
zodiac - Focusing on or containing themes related to either Western astrological signs or Chinese animal signs.
zombie - Focusing on the dead coming back to life, or a virus/parasite taking over the human brain to create mindless zombies. Often goes hand-in-hand with an apocalyptic or post-apocalyptic setting.
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