I used to be heavy into RPg’s (role Playing Games) when I didn’t have much else to do. It was a medieval game first, called The eternal Struggle. I played and helped admin that game from about my last year of highschool to a fair bit after I ended up
I’ve been doing the RP thing since 2002. I’ve been doing the science fiction thing since I was a kid. In 2004, I combined the two and ended up joining Star Trek: A Call to Duty. Games like that, especially if you’re into the whole sci-fi and/or Star Trek
I just got an email advertising cheap pills from an email address apparently belonging to one of my RP characters. And the name isn’t exactly what I’d call a common one, either. Um, kay then. Is this a sign that I maybe possibly perhaps just a little RP too much?
But damn, did it ever help today’s background roleplay. Details will probably go over anyone’s head who’s not seen DS9, which… actually narrows the list down to probably just clefurgey, so… ’nuff said over here. Except that it was fun as hell.
I’d of thought, at least from a general perspective anyway, people tended to stick to commenting to the more recently posted entries, unless you’re a spammer/troll/idiot. So why’s an entry I posted in June just now getting a response from the very people it was aimed at? Not that I’m
First, I should probably point out that I haven’t RP’d there in ages. But, that said, before I stopped having time to RP there and still keep up with everything else, including some fairly interesting RP I’ve got going on elsewhere when I can manage to log on, I’d been
Awesome roleplay located. If you like science fiction and like RP, check it out… hell, if you don’t like science fiction and like RP, check out a few other games. There’s no shortage of places to RP there, depending on what you’re into… I mean, hell, they’ve got D and
So, the scheduled RP for tonight on my Star Trek RPG was rather cancelled, but at least I managed to find those quizes to be quite the amusing distraction. Which is good, because now, I get to be bored to tears ’til I fall asleep, assuming I ever actually get