*Inserts generic welcome*
Looking at the rpg forums, Aquia decides to make an introduction thread. In a somewhat desperate attempt to stand out from the seemingly infinite sea of semi-anonymous and more or less overlooked hello's, he writes it in third person.
But what do you really write in an introduction thread like this? He should probably mention that, although he's new to this forum, he's not entirely untested as a roleplayer. Maybe it would be of interest to people that he's from a small country in Europe called Denmark? Maybe not...
Should he mention the fact that people often mistake him for a girl due to the username Aquia?
Looking through several of the other intro-threads Aquia tries to find some inspiration as to what to write in this "first impression", but nothing catches his eye, nor do any particularly good ideas spring to mind.
He does, however, hope to find some good times and especially interesting stories and people here. So in the end maybe the best thing to write really is what everyone else seems to be doing: "Hello".
/end semi-pretentious attempt to liven up this ritual posting of introductions.
A belated welcome to the Guild, Aquia! I am sure you will find plenty of RPs to enjoy here. What sort of RPing do you like? If you have any questions let me know, I am always happy to help new users to find their way around. You may also find this Guide to be of some small service. Happy RPing!
Welcome to the guild~!
Greetings, welcome to the Guild.^^
Total Computer Nerd!
Anything with "Highshool" in it
Bad BoyxGood Girl
Pervy StudentxStudent they annoy
Harvest Moon Canon or OC
Well I kind of like sci-fi and fantasy, as well as steampunk, but more than that, I'm usually just looking for an interesting world. I really like writing, but have always found getting started to be the absolute hardest part, so I love it when I find something to inspire me in an rp. It may be just some small detail in an OOC, or even just the backstory of another character, but once I find a place to start from, the rest seems to just kinda flow on it's own. I love that feeling, so I guess that's why I'm really here.
Thanks for the warm welcome. It's nice to see I didn't scare everyone away with my overly elaborate intro.