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Registration date : 2008-11-11

PostSubject: Building a free from role playing game   Wed Nov 12, 2008 2:16 am

We understand you aren't all novelists and good storylines are hard to find. Many of them look alike and end up going on forever till people start dropping out due to boredom. It also depends on the role-play you want to do.

Some people prefer sit and talk role-plays where you just chill and nothing really happens. Basically you just develop your character at the same place with the same people. This mainly applies for tavern, school and club role-plays.

Others prefer adventure role-plays where you get to explore land and face monsters in battle, where something new always awaits. These are also the games that need a good story line and a basic plot to stay alive.

So, make sure that when you create your game that your storyline seems attracting, entertaining, amusing and interesting. Keep in mind that:

- You have a basic plot to lead the players to in order to keep suspense and interest in them.
- Don't center everything on your character if you're playing too.
- Try to make events and such, those are always fun.
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