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The Roleplay Regulations

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on Sat May 05, 2018 3:47 pm




  • A minimum of 200 words, excluding dialogues, are required for a roleplay post to be considered as accepted, when you are in a topic with other users.

    • In solo topics, each post needs a minimum of 500 words.

    • If more than one of your character is in a topic, each post from all your characters needs a minimum of 1000 words.

  • Users can only be in five topics at the same time. These topics must be in the same town. This makes it possible to go on a mission in one topic, while having a romantic dinner in another topic as long as it's in the same town. Once you leave a town you must exit all your topics in that town first.

  • It is not allowed to double post. It is only allowed to double post if you have to skip another roleplayer who hasn't posted in 48 hours.

  • You're not allowed to edit your post unless your roleplay partner(s) allow(s) it. If your character is fighting another character, you should not edit your posts without asking your opponent first. This is to ensure that people are not editing their posts after making a mistake to get an advantage. Please think twice before you post.

  • Do not metagame. Metagaming can be defined as any out of character action made by a player's character which makes use of knowledge that the character is not meant to be aware of. Roleplay with your character based on the information that they have access to.

  • Do not change the personality of your character whenever you see fit. If your character is serious and never makes jokes, do not make a topic in which he goes out cracking jokes.

  • It is mandatory that you separate the actions, thoughts and other things for your character, using colors, dashes, quotes, or anything else that serves for this purpose.

  • Users must use paragraphs and not post walls of texts. In case a post is below 300 words no paragraphs are needed. When a post exceeds 300 words, please find a fitting moment to turn it into two paragraphs at least.

  • Users can not use spells or items that they did not have approved before they entered a topic.


  • The forum has three danger modes for topics: green, orange, and red.

    • Green: In general all topics on the forum are considered green danger. Green danger means that there is no chance of death. When your endurance runs out you simply pass out. The same goes for getting placed in a situation in which you'd normally die such as getting stabbed in the neck. Don't be afraid to battle and lose.

    • Orange: In these topics, permanent damages are possible but there are no chances of death. When a character loses they will have some form of injury applied to their body that will last after the topic. This could be a missing arm or a blinded eye.

    • Red: These are death-enabled topics. When a character suffers enough injuries and their endurance drops, they will die. The same goes for life threatening situations such as getting stabbed in the heart. Some plot topics might be Red and this can be identified by the respective topic icon.

  • The orange and red danger level can be used by members if they don't wish to have the topic set on green. If that's the case, they must use the corresponding topic icon when starting the topic. Users may not change the danger level after the topic has been made. This is to prevent users from turning an innocent topic into a massacre.


  • We try to govern the battles with our mana pools and attributes but there is another essential key that is required, which is fair play. It is obvious that characters do get tired during battles. This is why we ask our members to be humble in this process and logical. It is not important to win constantly. Defeat is an integral part of any character development.

  • In those cases that a dispute occurs, the moderators and administrators will serve as arbitrator. Try to be mature. If the mentioned arguments clearly show that you're not right, don't get a moderator or administrator involved. If a moderator is requested, a certain amount of jewels will be deducted from the losing party.

  • Death is possible if both parties agree that it is a possibility in the topic. Some plot topics might be red, but this can be identified from the topic icon easily so that anyone who enters does so at their own discretion.

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