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This community is for ALL anime role playing games. I made it because I was tired of looking through a bunch of journals to find a community that I would like. Please make good use of it and post your communities!



Rules:
No spam or quizzes, memes, tests, etc.
No advertisements for communities that are NOT anime communities. This rule does not restrict ads to only livejournal.com role-plays (ie. greatestjournal.com).
No real person/actor and actress role-play ads,.
You may include images in your ads, but ONLY if it is a logo, banner, title, etc. that pertains to your role-play. Any adult images must be behind LJ-cut (with a warning).
LJ-cut all long ads, or ads with large images.
I am only the moderator for this community. If you have questions, comments, concerns, or you want to apply to a role-play, please contact the moderator of the role-play in question.
Do not advertise the same role-play more then once every two days. That is every TWO days!

Role-playing Tips:
Always use good grammar and spelling – avoid netspeak and shorthand at all costs. It only makes you look lazy and seem immature. Plus, it looks nicer and is far easier to read when using proper spelling and grammar.
Always role-play in character (IC) as opposed to out of character (OOC). For example; Herro Yuy would never wear pink or offer Relena Peacecraft to come drink tea with him and have a friendly chat.
Always make sure you read the rules and plot of the role-play you are applying for, and adjust your character accordingly.
If you are joining a role-play that is already in progress, it would be a good idea to read all or most of the posts that have already been made. Not only will this give you an idea of what is going on and what has happened, the moderators will notice that you are willing to put effort into the game.
Do not apply for a character that has already been claimed by someone else. One would think this common sense, but I have seen it happen before.
Do not take in character insults to heart. Keep in mind that if two characters hate each other, there will probably be insults and both characters will not make it easy for the other. All these insults are not directed at you, the role-player, but only at the character him/herself.
Never bring personal grudges or problems into the game. Settle all problems with other players outside of the role-play.
If you are asked to explain why you think you should get the part in a role-play you applied for, do not just put "because the character is just like me." This does not explain much and makes you seem like a Mary-Sue. Why is the character just like you? Do you have the same likes and dislikes? Do you feel you have experienced many of the things the character has? Can you relate to the character?
It is a good idea to keep records, or logs, of your role-plays, even if the role-play you are in does not require it. It is easy to forget specific events that have happened in the past or what your character has said. Most messenger services have an easy way to save logs of what you have done.
Make sure you have a way to communicate! AOL Instant Messenger is a popular program to use in most role-plays. Trillian is also a very good program, because you can log on under multiple screen names at once, as well as be on ICQ, MSN Messenger, Yahoo! Messenger, and AOL Instant Messenger at the same time, with one program. It is easy to manage and automatically saves all logs.
Just because you like a certain pairing does not mean everyone else will. Keep this in mind. If you want your character to be in a relationship with another character, talk to the role-player first. Do not get mad if they don’t agree with you.

Moderator Tips:
Organization is a key to being a good moderator. If the main page of your role-play is messy, it will be difficult for potential players to read and will discourage them from applying or joining.
Make sure your role-play has a well thought out general plot before starting. It doesn’t even need to be a story, as long as there is something the players can start off from.
Make sure you leave your contact information someplace that is easy to find, if a player or potential player needs to contact you.
It can be difficult to moderate a community by yourself. Sometimes it is a good idea to have co-moderators or assistant moderators.
Keep up with the role-play. Be sure that you know what is going on.
Make a list of contact information for all of the players, so everyone knows how and where to contact each other.
Be rational. If you or another player is having problems with another player, try to work it out before making any decisions.
Always use good grammar and spelling – avoid netspeak and shorthand at all costs. It only makes you look lazy and seem immature. Plus, it looks nicer and is far easier to read when using proper spelling and grammar.
Never bring personal grudges or problems into the game. Settle all problems with other players outside of the role-play.
Many role-plays now use two communities – one community for in character posts, and one community for out of character posts. This can be useful for the players to post if they will be going out of town, and it won’t get mixed up with the actual role-play.


Contact the MOD: needtake_have or AIM = tiny draggie

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