The notorious Diamond family had always been known to rule over the drug industry in the gritty Chicago Underground, better known as Wonderland. But as all great empires, the Diamonds also fell, only this time it was no one’s fault but their own. The two Diamond daughters, Rebecca and Vivianne became victims of their own jealousy and rage ultimately sparking the most gruesome war in recent history that has left the streets of Chicago painted red.
Now, two crime syndicates have emerged from the ashes of the fallen Diamond empire: one led by Rebecca, the Red Queen and the other by Vivianne, the White Queen.
Heads will roll. Which side will you choose?
I would recommend this love. Or did you mean via character biographies graphics templates?
I believe it’s enough with personality traits. Try making two separate mini paragraphs. One for the positive traits and one for the negative. Example:
- (+) 3-5 positive traits
- (-) 3-5 negative traitsBasically, I’d say to go for leaving the rest for the role players; but I like writing character bio’s, so I often put up one sentence elaborations per trait. But if you wish to just write the positive and negative traits without the elaborations, that’s completely fine. I hope this helped, lovely. xx
- This is a list of 300 possible secrets for your character when joining a secrets based rpg, or just to further character development.
- This is not my original work. The original author is from the invisionfree site Caution 2.0
- Please like or reblog if this helps
Sometimes it’s good to choose the rookie. The people who constantly get the same type of FC aren’t typically doing it because of the character’s personality but there are some that do care. And I know for a fact that most rookies are guaranteed to be active. I remember my first RP and my writing might have sucked (I did Facebook RP and paras never existed there), I protrayed the character very well because I wanted to play the character extremely right. I took notes, I had the bio opened in another tab, etc. I was brand new and fresh and so I was to be active because I wasn’t in any other rp’s and all I did was RP. So if you see a familiar name in your inbox and their writing sample might be stellar, think about how many other rp’s they might be in. Because chances are if you see them being accepted often, they won’t be as active and accurate as that rookie with a chance can be.
Masterlist of guides
Under the cut is a masterlist of guides on how to play certain characters. It’s all sorted into groups and the more I find the more I shall add. I hope you find this useful!
A tutorial on > Photoshop Text Effects
All four of these will take you a nano second, and are quick, extremely easy ways to spazz up your text.
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An outline to help you write out a perfect, multi-dimentional character.