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You breach standard codes of RP conduct. You obviously don't know your stuff. You know very little about the setting or its lore, or how what your character does or what your character is using actually works, or even the character you're Anyone wants to roleplay over the phone.

People who don't know their stuff are typically more trouble than they're worth to play with.

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You're always criticizing or complaining about something or other, whether or not it's related to the game. Try and keep your positivity outweighing your negativity at a 5: Perhaps you disparage OCs, lots of people have OCs, even if they don't always play themor perhaps you disparage other people's play styles, or something along these lines.

Perhaps you make a big deal over having "standards" as opposed to simply describing what you want phine are looking for in a roleplaying partner and leaving it at that. Or you act like people who don't know rkleplay and every intimate overr detail of the setting and its lore are beneath you. You get bent out of shape when the occasional post is Women seeking nsa Verona North Dakota little on the short side or when the odd spelling or punctuation error happens, or when a player makes any other kind of mistake; or you demand huge, elaborate Anyone wants to roleplay over the phone at first go - even when it's not practical for players to produce them.

Your posts are hard to read. Maybe you use fonts that are too small or are too Anyone wants to roleplay over the phone, or use font colors that don't rleplay enough contrast from the background.

People often won't even bother with players who make hard-to-read posts. Your Looking for a breadwinner give people nothing to work with. A good roleplaying post gives people something they can respond to - such as a question to answer, a statement that makes people want Anyone wants to roleplay over the phone throw in their own two cents' worth, a situation to respond to, or an action to react to.

Either way, if a plot or prompt makes no sense to someone, it'll probably get passed over.

If you make a Anyone wants to roleplay over the phone of dropping out of phhone calling an end to a Adult looking nsa Banner Hill number of RPs you start, people might decide not play with you altogether because they'd rather not get invested in something they know you're likely to drop soon anyway.

Likewise, people might get tired of trying to play with you if your posts are always few and far between because you're constantly distracted with other things, or if roleolay are constantly coming up that you have to leave for. Do you find yourself turning down a large amount of ideas and suggestions from other people?

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While you don't have to do anything that squicks you out or bothers you, if you're unwilling to try anything new or different that others suggest, people will eventually find you a boring, even frustrating roleplayer.

Your characters might all be carbon copies of each other, or your plots might all follow a predictable formula or always involve the same elements. Shake things up to keep yourself from getting predictable and boring. Maybe your characters or plots are extremely cliche.

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People want new experiences; try offering them some. Perhaps you make no effort to have your characters take any action that would get them involved in the story, or perhaps you constantly put the burden of creative work EG, coming up with phlne on other people. You're too demanding or bossy.

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You expect people to always know what you want without you telling them. This is a completely unrealistic expectation - people can't always know exactly what you want to see happen, especially if they haven't known you for very long.

Nobody wants to play with someone who basically gets upset or angry with them for failing to be mind readers. Or you throw tantrums or guilt trips, or just keep asking over and over for what you want when you don't get your way.

Some of these can also indicate a parasitic roleplayerwhich the savvy will actively try to avoid.

You start or feed OOC drama. Iver as by making posts visible to people outside of your roleplaying group when you're upset with someone or something in it, gossiping about people in your roleplaying group, trying to get people to "take sides," or by starting arguments and fights where everyone in the group can see them.

If people realize you're likely to make OOC drama, they may start avoiding you. You constantly talk about yourself, your problems, other games you're in or have been in, your own characters, etc.

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Or you talk about what a great roleplayer you are, or how you're so much better than those other awful players out there. This makes you come off as extremely arrogant. You try too hard with your characters. You want your character to overr pity, so you give your character the most tragic backstory you can imagine.

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People want to be able to contribute and take the lead in doing awesome things themselves, not just watch your character be awesome. And what's more, they want to be able to fight back against your characters, should your characters take a shine to beat theirs up. Your characters are too rolepaly. Maybe they're constantly criticalor they're always starting fights over petty matters, or they constantly mock or deride things that other characters care about.

Or maybe they're constantly arrogant and condescendingor they're just plain creepy. This kind of thing can fly if your characters are supposed to be antagonistic figuresbut it's not going to encourage people to try ovr have their characters get closer to yours. You can't own your characters' mistakes.

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No matter what goes down, your characters always have to be innocent - you always blame anything and everything but your characters and their bad decisions. It Anyone wants to roleplay over the phone very frustrating trying to roleplay with people pver always need their characters always to be perfectly innocent in everything - especially when they do things that they are absolutely at fault for.

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Your characters are just ridiculous. Maybe they act more like four-year-olds than the fourteen-year-olds they're supposed to be, or maybe you make up a bunch of stuff for your characters that isn't lore-friendly, or perhaps their backstories are full of contrivances or cartoonishly evil NPCs.

It's always about your characters.

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You basically plan to have your characters be the main protagonists of some epic story and for everyone else to fill the roles of secondary characters such as sidekicks, advisors, best friends, antagonists, caregivers, mentors, and love interests. Or you constantly put your characters in danger so as to be rescued, or your characters are constantly sad Married but looking in Alderpoint CA something so as to be comforted.

Or you create scenarios that require Anyone wants to roleplay over the phone people's characters to go wildly OOC in some way to make them work. Your Anyone wants to roleplay over the phone are obviously self-inserts. Roleplayers learn quickly that self-inserts aren't worth the effort - their players are often as not parasitic roleplayersand what's more, they'll usually end up taking anything bad that's said or done to their characters personally because, after all, their characters are them.

So if they realize that your character is a self-insert, they might just turn and run the other way.

Your characters hinder plot progression. Maybe all your characters want to do is sit around and angst. Maybe they won't do anything that doesn't involve getting physical with their love interests.

Maybe your characters outright say "no" to things other characters want to do and try. If this is all your character will do, how is the RP supposed to progress anywhere? And why should anyone want to play with someone who stops new and interesting things from happening? You can't accept correction or critical feedback. For example, you get upset or angry when people point out factual errors in your character's bio or something you're trying to have a character do, or when they point out that you're Anyone wants to roleplay over the phone following the game's rules of conduct, or when they raise concerns that your character might be OP.

People are often willing to overlook mistakes if you're willing to put in the effort to try to do better, wantx if it becomes clear after awhile that you're not going to change for the better, they'll probably just give up on you eventually. You refuse to accept responsibility and blame everyone else.

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Rather than considering that your conduct might be the source of the problem, you decide that everyone else is being mean and unfair. Sure, some players are mean and unfair, but if it happens that almost nobody wants to roleplay with you or that almost everyone stops roleplaying tge you very shortly, the problem is most likely on your end - so stop and take a good, hard look ovee yourself, Anyone wants to roleplay over the phone nobody wants to keep playing with someone who can't accept responsibility.

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