So, how do you do it? When I create a roleplay I generally ask for people to write at least a paragraph or two per post, but you draw some people in that aren't used to writing that much, or aren't on par with some of the other writers. It's difficult for me to reject people, especially when they are so stoked to be apart of something you've created. I don't just mean someone who has a different style than my own either. It's partly why I hesitate to create group roleplays now, because I am a picky person. The downside is I feel like the devil when I need to turn someone away. At best I've been able to send people a personal message explaining to them that they had a ton of typos, or something they wrote didn't make sense, but in the end I still accept them. Very rarely do I see people outright reject character sheets, so is this taboo? Please keep in mind I don't mean an occasional typo. I mean regularly having run on sentences, grammatical errors, typos, or can't keep up with what's going on in the roleplay. I'd appreciate responses from people that have had experience being a GM and possibly run into this issue.