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Live role-playing is available to anyone on the Web via our Flash Chat rooms.
Any player-to-player discussion should preferably be made via Instant Messaging (a built-in feature of Flash Chat), since no one else in the room wants to hear two players arguing OOC (out-of-character) over something that should remain IC (in-character) in the room.
Conflict and physical altercations (fights) can make for some great role-play, but always be aware of how it is effecting the overall flow and tone of the room you are in.
The Back Alley chat room has been set aside specifically as a place to play out fight scenes.
Only you decide what your character will or will not do; no one else. Remember, only you control what happens to your character!
No one has the right to declare your character "dead" or insist you delete your screen name unless you have agreed with this outcome beforehand.
If you are not sure on whether or not you can or should join in a scene in progress, use the Instant Messaging feature of Flash Chat to check with the players of the character you are wanting your character to interact with.Consider: If someone had planned a wonderful death scene for their character, the player may get a little irate if you arbitrarily have your character jump in and claim their character's life as 'saved'.When role-playing in the Flash Chat room, these guidelines are in effect at all times whether a room host is present or not: You may see screen names with the prefix RDI which also have the chat host icon next to their name in Flash Chat.These are volunteer hosts available to answer questions, provide guidance, and, as a last resort, enforce live chat guidelines.Free Form Role-Playing, by definition, has very few "rules." If you are uncertain about what Free Form Gaming is, please refer to our document What is Free Form Role Play.In brief, Free Form Role-Playing is based on the ideals of cooperative interaction. When you create a character and bring it into one the setting chat rooms, you have total control over that character within the setting and everything that happens to him or her. Please do not declare actions for other characters without the permission of that character's player.