T00 - Two page Role Play, T1 elite

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T00 - Two page Role Play, T1 elite

Post  Hisao on Mon Dec 06, 2010 9:05 am



@edit: This RP thread should soon be moved to the Lusio Partis Community. The newer thread will be able to be viewed here: [link] or [link].



Dear guests, whether I know you or not, dear members of Hellsing,

Welcome to the topic for T00 Role Play, also known as 'Two page Role Play'. Listed below is:
- What is T00?
- What rules do they use?
- What can one mention in T00?
- Why can we use T00 instead of T1?


After having read this topic, you probably immediately want to go to the T1 Role Play rules. Click HERE to do that.


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Post  Hisao on Mon Dec 06, 2010 9:56 pm

T00 is also known as 2-page-Role Play. It is actually exactly the same as T1 Role Play, but with the difference that the paragraphs typed by the participants are longer than one (imvu) page (even if it's just by one line). More pages than two are also considered T00. Another difference between this kind of RP and the general T1, is that basically ANYTHING is described.

For the rest, T00 is (as said) based on T1, so follows ALL of its rules. General rules and god mode rules have to be applied as well.

T00 is actually a kind of sub-genre of T1, or even just T1 with extended paragraphs. Therefore, if you and your opponent/co-RP'er decide on Role Playing in T1, T00 is allowed as well (unless specificly said that it is not!). This to make sure you don't have to try out posting every move somewhere separate before you can post it for real, just to check if you don't have too many lines.

One page on IMVU exists of 10 lines. The result of such long posts, is that the moves described are often very well described, and might even contain the angle in which one person attack another, the number of seconds an attack or move takes, the color, shape and decoration that every single weapon or object has, the thoughts that a certain character has about the action they are doing, et cetera.


Sometimes, long paragraphs like this can also be used to make the opponent/other confused about what is the actual move. For instance, an entrance (non-descriptively saying: "He entered and greeted the people present.") can also contain the way this person looks, the way he moves, the way he speaks, the things that happen to the door or objects that are influenced by his entrance, et cetera. If an entrance takes about fifteen lines, many starting or lazy Role Players won't read it. Confusing and tiring an opponent by writing long paragraphs, however, is an allowed strategy Smile


So, to sum up and maybe add a few things ...

We use T00 instead of T1 for:

- when we indeed just have too much information to put in less than 10 lines
- to confuse or tire an opponent by the long paragraphs
- to impress or intimidate
- because it looks so nice
- ...

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