Hello Everyone, It's Dr. Crow here, also known as Bane. I'm going to astound you all with my teachings about getting in character. You see I find that one of the most important things in roleplaying is getting in character. Creating three dimensional characters in roleplaying is important. You see, it's very easy to create a character, but it's harder to create a three dimensional one. A 3-D character will have a back story that greatly influences what they do and how they are today. Furthermore, they are easy to relate to. They make one liners more interesting and posts as a whole more interesting! Now how am I going to help you with this task you ask? Well, I'm going to give you a situation and you will describe how your character (either one you're using, or one you would like to test out) reacts to the given situation. Now let's get started shall we? Here are some things to consider: What is your character doing? What is your character feeling? Does this situation remind your character of anything? Are they blaming themselves for the situation? Do they have someone to blame for the situation? Did your character lose someone important? Are they working for the person behind it all? Situation 4: There is a woman dressed in rather outrageous clothing who is making an announcement all across the city. Her face appears on screens everywhere. Her hair is curly and short. She looks as though she has been trying to hide her old age behind a serious amount of make up but has disturbingly failed. "Citizens! Listen closely, many people have been sacrificed last night to the hungry beast known as Endrym. We must hold a ceremony and a feast for their sacrifice. If you have lost a family member or a close friend, I am apologizing to you now. The ceremony will be held in an hour, that is all." The intercom goes down and there is one girl in particular who is looking rather furious. "That woman has to die. She killed my mother! My mother is gone!" The girl screams in an outrage and she shoves past the crowd.