Combat Roleplay Guide Jan 26, 2013 2:41:19 GMT -5
Post by Priestess Shizuka on Jan 26, 2013 2:41:19 GMT -5
Being an account-per-character site, that already puts a few questions on the topic of how to go about roleplaying in war threads, and seeing as we already have our first war thread, this would be just as necessary C:~ P R E P A R A T I O N S ~
-->Plotting will be done beforehand, and naturally should be accepted by a staff member and agreed upon by both sides.
-->An outcome for the battle is not necessary.
-->Once a plot has been decided, a plot thread will be made in the plot board for clan matters.
-->To participate in the battle, you simply need to give your characters' names and stat information.
-->Even after the battle has started, you may sign up on the plot page and then join the battle.
-->All other site rules apply. xD~ B E G I N N I N G ~
-->In the place of the battle, the thread starter will make the first post.
-->The thread starter will most likely be the leader.~ R O L E P L A Y I N G ~
-->After both leaders have posted, everyone else is free to make their post.
-->In a combat thread, you do not have to follow a posting order, but you may not make more than one post with your character until your opponent has made his or her move.
-->You can post with all of your accounts of your characters that are participating in the battle, even in succession.
-->If your character runs away from the battle field to a different location, however is still in the roleplay, then create a new thread in the new location if you are expecting others to possibly follow.
-->The staff members will be monitoring the war threads. If you have any questions with stats and the like, feel free to ask someone in the chatbox or by PM.
-->Please mention somewhere ooc (taggged) who you are fighting in each post.~ F I N I S H I N G ~
-->The result of a war will be decided either by plotting or through IC means. This could be anything from the leader calling a surrender, retreat, or fighting until all cats on one side are defeated or have fled.