Hello Again Everyone, It's Dr. Crow also known as Marceline. Either name will do. Now that the ever so brief introduction is over. We can get started with the fun part. Marceline is about to teach you some fundamentals of roleplaying. I believe that one of the most important things in roleplays is getting in character. And something even more important than that is creating a 3-D character. 3-D characters are characters that someone could easily relate to. They also make roleplaying that much more interesting and fun. It also makes posts more fun to read, even if they're one liners. I am specifically vague on the situations in case you would prefer a specific setting. Say you want modern or fantasy. Either would be possible because I do not specify weapons or names. Please do as you please when it comes to these specifics. I look forward to reading your replies! I'm going to give you a situation and then using one of your characters, either a new one, one you're using, or maybe a character that you just want to test out. Some things to consider: What is your character doing? How is your character feeling? What are they going to do now that this has happened? Is there someone they are going to talk to about this? Do they have someone to blame for the situation? Do they have thoughts or ideas about how the situation came to be? Situation Two: The villain stood there upon his throne. His goal had finally been completed. The world was at his finger tips and he was adored by most. His secrets had stayed secrets and now he assumed that there was no one left to stop him. He tormented the weak, starved the poor, and coveted the rich. He was living in luxury while most lived with the scraps he left behind. The city in which he resided was known as Gothelhelm. The very center of the city was not very well kept as most of the poor resided there. The outside however, was flourished by the rich. This was but for two reasons and that was to keep the poor in. The villain, or the new king rather, approaches your character. His eyes were sinister, black, and full of hate. They spoke of an arrogance and an evil so vile that it sent shivers through the weak's spines. "Your city has fallen and I have become your king. What will you do now? Will you serve me? Or die trying to stop me?" His guards stood by his side and some guards were atop buildings with weapons at the ready. They all stood by waiting. One wrong move and it was likely all hell would break loose.