Of course I understand that muse comes and goes for different threads at different times. But for once it would be nice if mine was the one that wasn’t being put on hold? It’s fine delaying a reply, I know it’s fine, but it’s just disheartening when it is always mine that’s the one being put aside. In itself each delayed reply is fine I’m totally cool with it, but it’s just when it’s always me, I can’t help but feel crap, even though I feel bad for feeling so.
Reblog if you know of or are in the “Kuroshitsuji/Black Butler” fandom and are willing to rp with people in it!
It really bothers me whenever people say they will RP only with fandoms they’re familiar with. It makes it difficult for tiny, unknown fandoms to get crossovers when they want them. I respect their choice and all, but it still leaves a bad taste in my mouth.
I keep anon on for my blog that way when I post a meme I can send myself some, since I so rarely get any actual answers. And if I ever do, it’s only once I’ve answered one of the ones I sent myself to get the ball rolling. I remember back when people actually answered memes.
I’m not a huge fan of plotting. Improv keeps me interested and on the edge of my seat during a roleplay. If we already have things planned out I get bored because I already know what’s going to happen.
Something I’ve noticed, I don’t make AUs for my character the way most people do. Most people have AUs that are like “Marvel/SHIELD AU” and “Star Trek AU” etc. for interacting with people from different fandoms. But my AUs all instead center around my character and not the world they are in, for example having a “Prisoner AU” where my character is incarcerated or a “Dark AU” where my character is evil. Stuff like that. It makes me question if I’m misusing the term “AU” slightly.
I love the thought of one day my fandomless original character actually getting a canon somehow - a book, movie, comic, etc. - and then being able to still roleplay them and people being like “whoa this is actually the author roleplaying!” Not to mention then feeling a little snide to folks who wouldn’t give the character a chance just because they were an OC. Also seeing how others might rp them. Wouldn’t that just be awesome?
I feel like my tracking tag is just slowly collecting cobwebs. I never get tagged for starters or memes or manips or anything like that anymore.
Reblog if you know of or are in the “Unwind” fandom and are willing to rp with people in it!
I question people who only act like the canon is air tight when it’s convenient for them. If you strictly follow canon - fine. If you’re deeply involved in an AU - fine. On the line - fine. But if some people question a detail and your response is “it’s canon so you can’t disagree!” but then you blatantly follow an AU elsewhere, it just annoys me. It feels wishywashy to judge others hypocritically like that. If you’re allowed to disagree with the author in some ways, so are others.