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  1. Kitti

    LESSON Advertising Roleplays

    Advertising your roleplay First of all, congratulations are in order! Huzzah! You're making a roleplay, you're excited, and you can't wait to start seeing people eager to join you on your fantastical journey, arduous quest, or anything in between. Now, the next big step is to actually get your...
  2. The Mood is Write

    LESSON Yet Another Guide to Seeking 1x1 RP

    "Help! I can't get any RP!"Hello! This is my third attempt at writing this guide. My first attempt derailed when I realized that I was still very new to Iwaku and didn't even know the community too well yet. My second attempt failed when I got distracted by something shiny. Hopefully, this...
  3. ~Dark Disney~

    How to make good interest checks or partner requests and advertise them effectively

    First things first To make a good request thread group or 1x1, Captivate your audiance. Now this can be anything one here or where ever you rp. So for Group you want a slightly short attention getter yet not to short a good solid paragraph up to two or 3. Don't give every thing away just...
  4. moffnat

    HOW TO: Make a great request thread! [1x1's]

    HOW TO: Make a great request thread! Welcome, welcome! My name is Sansa, and today we're going to talk about making those horrifically tedious albeit necessary request threads. :D I've seen a lot of people become confused as to why their interest checks never reward them with the partners...
  5. Cheesecake

    Why won't they join my roleplay?

    (DISCLAIMER: This is my first time doing something like this! Also, if you disagree with what I write, please feel free to speak your mind!) So you've written down your extensive world history, your five maps detailing the thirteen kingdoms that comprise your world, and the two-page character...
  6. Minibit

    Keeping Roleplays Alive

    Most roleplayers and GMs have experienced the death of a roleplay, and it sucks. There's lots of causes for roleplay death, and most times it's inevitable. However there are things both GMs and players can do to prolong the life of their roleplays! This guide assumes you want a roleplay that...
  7. Minibit

    Roleplay Ad/Request Thread Titles

    A lot of this is my personal opinion, and almost certainly doesn't apply to everyone, but here are a few things that I've noticed seem to make me less interested in clicking on an advertisement or request thread, and some things that do the reverse. Perhaps they will be helpful. Small Titles: A...
  8. Minibit

    Advertising your Roleplay

    Here are some basic Do's and Don'ts to accomplish the following - Get more players to join your Roleplay - Help players better understand your Roleplay - Create a well-rounded Roleplay HOW TO PRESENT YOUR ADVERTISEMENT DO: - Use bullet points or another list format - Keep each point short...
  9. Diana

    LESSON HOW TO POST A ONE[X]ONE OR PRIVATE ROLEPLAY REQUEST AND -GET- PARTNERS!

    "How come no one ever responds to my Roleplay Requests?" This is a common problem. And it is an easy fix! Most of the time it's because you didn't provide any sort of information or hook in your request. Without information, most people are going to ignore your post. A -BAD- ROLEPLAY...
  10. Diana

    LESSON Attractive and Readable Signups and Out of Character Threads

    Your OOC Thread (The Out of Character thread where you post all of your plot information) is THE most important thing you can do for your roleplay. This thread provides all of the details about your roleplay storyline, the characters, and how people can get involved. Obviously, it's imperative...