The Beginning The Beginning The Beginning Hello! I'm Angie! It's a real pleasure! So, I have buckets of ideas for various types of roleplays. I'll list them by two broad cateogries: Group Roleplay and One x One Roleplay and then slightly less broad categories that go by the "post guide" for GM's. One x One: As a note before I go on random tangents, if you want to add to or tweak any of these plots to suit your needs, by all means tell me and we can see what we can come up with! Intermediate INTERMEDIATE At this level, you should exhibit a distinct writing voice and style. All players must be familiar with common grammar and punctuation and write clearly legible posts with varied sentence structure. You will be expected to have more fleshed-out characters and adhere to the setting I. Male x Male II. Male x Female III. Animal Based Roleplay IV. Supernatural Roleplay V. Pokemon Roleplay Adept ADEPT An Adept roleplay is best suited to players who have a varied character repertoire and a grasp of complex themes. High reading comprehension is expected. There should be little to no "fluff" posts. I. Imagery Roleplay: A roleplay in which each person finds up to five pictures that describe the setting/theme of the roleplay. II. Song Roleplay: a roleplay in which each person finds two songs to base the roleplay off of. III. Word Roleplay: A roleplay in which each person picks three random words and uses them to roleplay off of. Advanced ADVANCED Players should be confident in their writing ability and have a thorough understanding of genre, themes, story elements, and character dynamics. You will be expected to take an active role in driving the plot forward without derailing the focus of the game. You may be expected to create and/or control NPCs as necessary. Grammar and spelling mistakes should be few. I. Imagery Roleplay II. Song Roleplay III. World Building Roleplay: A roleplay in which you and the other person build a world solely for that roleplay. [used for long term roleplays] Prestige PRESTIGE Every post should be written as if you are drafting and editing a professional manuscript. Grammar, punctuation, and spelling errors oughtn't be present. You are to prove yourself proficient in creating and orchestrating subplots, carrying out full scenes, expanding upon world lore, and smoothly integrating your narrative with other players as if you are a Game Master in your own right. I. Imagery Roleplay II. World Building Roleplay III. Book Roleplay: A book roleplay is a roleplay that will be turned into a book. IV. Enclyopedia Roleplay: Although this may sound boring, the main point of the roleplay is to catalog all of the elements in the roleplay respectively. This ties in closely with World Building Roleplay. And it's basically the same for group roleplay except just the genres for intermediate such as Fantasy, Sci-Fi, Historical, etc.