Hellooooo there, my lovely soon-to-be fellow community members! (insert insane stereotypical British vampire cackle here)
My real name'll remain undisclosed because of internet safety issues, but I can tell you about myself! I'm FluteNinja. You can call me Flutey, Ninja, Mashysauce, Mushu Pork,
or anything else you'd like. Just as long as it isn't offensive, of course. Oh... it could be offensive, but in a patronizing and between-friends kind of a way, you know? Ethnically I'm a Russo-Ukrainian type of a gal. ''Racially'' (all that stuff about the 4 races) I'm ''Caucasian''. Huh. I don't live anywhere near Caucasus. As a side note, I hate racists, racist movements and masculinist theories. Most of my friends are female, thanks kindly, and most of them have pretty diverse backgrounds and religions. Jewish, Buddhist, and this one guy who claims (jokingly) to be part of a sect of muffin worshipers.
Anyhow, I've got a number of queer fandom obsessions that I won't go into, as well as a long-standing affinity for flutes, angels and ninjas. Don't blame me - blame Dmitri Emets for writing Tanya Grotter and its companion series, as well as whoever made all those yummylicious ninja animes for making the yummylicious ninja animes. Also, blame the guy who wrote The 39 Clues and the three lovely ladies who wrote Warriors together under one pen name. They changed my way of thinking.
MAH LITERACY BRINGS ALL THE ROLEPLAYERS TO THE YARD~ This is true. I'm a very, very ''literate'' roleplayer. Not that I despise the other roleplaying styles, but I have a certain fetish for paragraphs and conventions.
My heart breaks when I see someone typing like this: ''liek den I liek did dis and dat and den I liek kisd dis gai lol XD and den skaterboi kisd me and we had babys''.
GAI is an acronym for a whole sheik-load of stuff, not a synonym for male.
On the flip side, I hate it when people type like this, (I'm using a death scene as an example) ''Before the pain in her chest from the knife wound registered, the fae fell upon the terra. Her optics glazed over, shutting, and her banner trailed behind her in a scene of bloody, hideous, gore-covered beauty.''
I'll excuse ''terra'', but the rest of that? Maybe, if you were roleplaying an alien... First of all, ''fae'' is an Olde English and Irish/Gaelic (I believe) word for a fairy (hence, Faerie), and ''optics'' are organs used to see with. It looks plain stupid not to type ''eyes''. It doesn't have eyes? Maybe it has some form of tendril or sensory organ for that purpose, dears? To say more, a ''Banner'' is a piece of fabric hung from a pole, usually with the insignia of a particular unit. This female has a banner for a tail? Where's her original tail, did she lose it in combat and have a piece of cloth sewed onto her butt instead? And beauty can't be hideous. If you think a gore-oozing wound is ''beautiful'', see a psychiatrist. Perhaps the female is beautiful, but I don't care how much of a looker she was in life, ANYTHING dead is creepy. Especially something that as far as I understand has a banner for a tail and some rather outlandish optic organs, as well as being covered in gore and oozing blood, with glazed outlandish optic organs...who else here is thinking of glazed donuts? But that's my opinion... there are necrophiles out there who like looking at dead things. *shudder* Moreover, if there's a wound in your chest, you won't be spewing gore onto your tail. ^-^ Ah, I love it when people incorrectly use vocabulary to appear intelligent... Then again, this is my opinion. You're welcome to disagree. I just thought my opinion should be as generally known as that of the masses.
Well, now you know about me, and sorry if any of the contents of this biography are unpleasant to you. They're my opinion and my self, therefore I shall not change them. Sorry again if that gets any of you off on the wrong foot with me, because I really am much more cheerful than this post makes me sound. Toodle-oo, must run and plot my dastardly Russian plots that I plot as I plot the plot of my novel in the house on the plot of land we call home. (Phew, what a tongue twister. So many different uses of the word plot.)
You can also stay, you humoured me with your ramblings. We are both fetishists for articulate paragraphing and hate people who use thesauruses to try and find clever words which don't even fit with the rest of the sentence. Hit me up in a PM sometime or something and we can discuss our mutual hatred for people who tipe liek dis and people who use thesauruses :p. But as always, welcome to the guild, I hope you enjoy your stay!
We'come to the guild. Thou hast begotten entertainment out of thine mind. Thou mayest stay.
Back to less old english...
We presume you have read the guide?
It is obvious that you prefer higher-quality writing, so we recommend not straying into Free.
Welcome to Roleplayers Guild I hope you will like it here :D