Posts Tagged ‘Character Development’

Read my interview and other articles about role play in their fifth issue   http://issuu.com/InworldLifeStyleMagz/docs/inworld_vol5/77

Japanese rendering of the Jyorogomu demon

Japanese painting of the Jyorogomu demon

In my past, centuries ago, I was Jyorogomu, the spider demon of Japan. My work took place at night where I, in a female form, ripped souls from men as they slept. Sometimes I would assume the male form and perform the same ritual on women though for the most part I remained in my demoness shape, looking pretty much the same as I did now. This was all due to the will and challenge from Lilith, Queen of the (more…)

– Cue Music Carl Orff – Carmina Burana (my favorite battle music of many movies including my personal favorite Excalibur).  My thanks to Michel Morane for suggesting I explain this in my blog.

Battle in the streets of Lost Angels
Battle in the streets of Lost Angels

Everyone likes to win.  Victory is savored by all while defeat is desired by none.  What do you do when you are defeated and it is the other player’s turn to celebrate victory at your expense?  Just as victory can be played with much satisfactions, a defeat that is well planned and executed will result in some magnificent role play.  Even a torture scene can be fun for all the players involved.  It takes some imagination and some OOC (Out of Character) contact in IMs (Instant Messaging) to work out what will be done and how it will be executed so that you, the victim, are given the opportunity to do your part. (more…)

The Black Church in Aracadia

The Black Church in Aracadia

Last night, a friend asked me a very good question about getting into character.  She explained that she had a tendency to get too attached to her avatars and felt that if something happened In Character (IC) she might take it personally.  She wanted to know how I separated Real Life (RL) me from RP me.  She has no role play experience but is willing to learn. (more…)