Roleplay Rules [Last Updated: 10/07/2019]
- All roleplays must be related to Animal Crossing in some way. Crossovers are fine.
- This is a family-friendly forum. I understand that it's difficult to do a 100% G-rated roleplay, so I'll allow some blood and violence. Absolutely no explicit sex or heavy drug use. Use your best judgment!
- No taking control of someone else's character unless permission is given. This includes killing off characters.
- Try to keep grammar and spelling as correct as possible. I'm not going to force perfect English or anything, I just want you to make sure that everyone can understand what you're saying.
- Please submit your character before you begin roleplaying. Characters are submitted by making a thread here. If there's something you want to update or change about your character, please add a post to the same thread. The title should include the character's name.
- No double-posting. If you have something to add to your previous post, please just edit it.
- If you want to kick someone out of a roleplay, please message me and things will be sorted out privately. I don't want too much drama here.
- Somewhat related to the above rule, Don't keep someone from joining a roleplay unless the number of members has exceeded a set limit. For example, if you say at the beginning that you're only looking for three other people and a fourth tries to join, you may say no. However, you can't deny someone entry because you don't like them.
- You must follow any rules that each individual roleplay has. These rules cannot interfere with the rules listed in this thread. If you believe a roleplay has an unfair rule, please let me know.
- Please write in third person, unless the rules of the roleplay state otherwise. For example, "Stella went fishing" instead of "I went fishing." Third person is just the default; it's totally fine to have an individual roleplay that's in first person.
- Out of character comments must be clearly marked. I recommend either writing "OOC" before it or writing it in double parentheses.
- If you use any sort of face claim, you must give credit to whoever created the image. Same applies to any reference image. A "face claim" is basically an image that represents your character. Face claims are not necessary (personally, I don't usually use them).
- The actions of a member's characters do not necessarily reflect the member's own opinions.
- And, of course, try to be polite and kind to others!
If you have any questions or concerns about the rules, don't hesitate to post here or message me! I am here to help. Have fun!