The Xanadu Report
Who doesn’t love a cool gadget or app that can do all sorts of superfluous things? I for one literally have an entire folder dedicated to them on Google Chrome (Don’t you dare judge me!) A good lot of them are used for roleplaying on Ongoing Worlds. Most of them don’t actually contribute to the actual writing, they’re mostly used for expanded universe content (I wrote a rather lengthy article on that a while back). I figured, just for the fun of it, I’d put them up here for you guys to use.
This is the first in a series of articles that will make up Mike’s Beginner’s Guide to Roleplaying
When we come to Ongoing Worlds as bright eyed new members one of the very first things we want to do is make an awesome play by post roleplaying game of our favorite television/movie series, not to forget about the vr gambling games, a game that we love to play, you would like to play sbobet88 at royal99site.com, explore the realm of the goddess for the chance to win some fantastic free spins, a book that we’ve read gazillions of times, or even something original that we’ve had in our head for years and never did anything with, check it out here. So we rush to the Create a New Game tab and throw together a game, only for it to stagnate for months with little to no activity, leading to the abandonment of the game and eventually Ongoing Worlds altogether.
Category: Character Development, Inspiration for writing, Writing tips
Tags: Community, Dave, First person fortnight, Giddlysmooch, help, inspiration, Roleplaying focus, Tib's corner, writing
Hello children, Papa Tibby here to tell you all a fantastical story on the tale of Fahrvergnügen and Giddlysmooch. A tale of friendship, and betrayal [jk] Anywho, let’s begin the story of Fahrvergnügen and Giddlysmooch. [This is in no way to mention any names or games or point fingers at anyone!]
Once upon a time, in the magical forest of Gum-gum Wibbly, at the village of Tumbeldy Bum-Bum. Lived a magical elf by the name of Fahrvergnügen. Fahrvergnügen was a member of a special site that specializes in Play by Post games called “Perpetual Universes”, ran by Bill Sphere also known as “Turnip”. Read More
It’s Mike again with a post about a common problem in the Play by Post RPG community: a lack in members. This could be anything from only having two members, to having fifty and only six actually post. This article will cover the strains of operating a game without many members, and feature several games that are currently lacking members on Ongoing Worlds. If you don’t want to read my advice, the I URGE you to read through the list of games lacking members! These guys have worked hard on their games and would love nothing better than to have you join!
Hey all, Mike here.
It’s a sad fact that a good amount of games, no matter how well thought out they might be, don’t take off because either very few people sign up or because nobody signs up at all! Out of 50 games I examined on ongoing worlds, 24 had 3 or less members. That’s a pretty big number. Now of course, some games aren’t as well thought out as others, some were only recently made, and some aren’t attracting people because the target audience is either very small or non-existent on Ongoing Worlds. Read More