Archive for the ‘O.O.C.’ Category

I was looking over a page on Roleplayguide.net regarding the disappearance of the Lost Gardens of Apollo.   (more…)

The End of the Road?

Posted: December 9, 2010 by Salvatore Otoro in O.O.C.

Note:  ( Appropriately themed music, just play the video at the end of this post)

What’s new with me and where am I?  Easy and hard questions to answer at the same time.  I’ve been going through a metamorphosis…a change so to speak.  Some of the things that used to be fun are no longer fun and some of the things I used to do so willfully, bore me to tears now.  Yes this is an odd time for me.  I guess three weeks of vacation from RL work and engrossed in SL can cause burnout.

The End of the Road

The End of the Road

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My Writing Style

Posted: July 16, 2010 by Salvatore Otoro in O.O.C.

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Reconstructing My Character

Posted: June 9, 2010 by Salvatore Otoro in MV-SL-Tutorials, O.O.C.
Salvatore outside the Brood Bookstore/Cafe

Salvatore with Winter outside the Brood Bookstore/Cafe

Sometimes a character gets stale.  Sometimes they fall in a rut and it feels like they need a rebirth or an awakening.  My character is currently in this state in its existence and it can make for a boring time and a lack of enthusiasm in the role play.  I think a reboot is in order to get things running again. As you may tell from my post titled, The Nature of the Beast, (more…)

What is OOC ?

Posted: June 5, 2010 by Salvatore Otoro in O.O.C.

OOC is where I will place blog posts that are OOC (Out Of Character) for the purpose of sharing aloud about my character and any other things I want to talk about where I would not be speaking in character.  Currently, my blog postings are either instructional or they are my character expressing him/herself about what they are currently going through in the role play world.  OOC will give me a chance to share my thoughts and expand ideas about the IC (In Character) and instructional blog postings.  Come along and stay close as I rehash the old, discuss the new, and plot the future.