The Last Time- a CoS rp
THE LAST TIME
A City of Sundown Roleplay
It was quiet in the city, though he knew it'd be clamorous again soon enough.
The sun was sinking just a little lower with every breath, casting a death sentence upon the concrete. The crumbling buildings and fractured streets may seem gray and still now, but before long it would be alive with moaned whispers and angered snarls as soon as the light leaked away from the abandoned metropolis, leaving only shadows behind. The world that he knew and loved would disappear, if only for the night. And the Infected would soon claim this realm for their own.
But only until morning.
Erskine had to close his eyes and sigh softly, thinking of that phrase. Many cats must have thought the same thing when they heard the Infected outside, or if they were trapped out in the night through some terrible accident. Even his own mentor had told him that
Roleplay-- A Word Of AdviceSo I've been noticing a growing trend on the roleplay groups I'm a part of.Roleplay-- A Word Of Advice2 years ago in Personal More Like This
Lately, people have begun blurring the lines between their own lives and the lives of their characters. And by this, I mean the great offense that is apparently now taken when someone's character doesn't get along with their own. As a roleplayer myself, this has become increasingly frustrating to me.
Roleplay is a means of creative outlet and good practice for becoming a better writer, but it's also just a way for writers and artists to improve on their skills and have fun together while they're at it. It's living through another character and using the obstacles and trials they experienced to help them grow into a rounded and developed being. This doesn't just mean battles between rival "clans" or the difficulties of an environment, but the characters they face as well. Just like in real life, not every character is nice-- in fact some of them make fairly daunting bullies--