I enjoy RPs with lots of action and adventure, where the characters soon find themselves in trouble! PCs that win all the time are so boring! I'm a sucker for medieval fantasy games and westerns, but if the story is enticing, can be convinced to try some other genres.
I use dice! Not all the time, but when deciding how an NPC reacts or the outcome of combat, I think it makes the story all the more unpredictable and exciting, sometimes throwing it in a whole new direction! This doesn't mean we need to be using any established ruleset. Just set some odds and go with it!
Ghosting: I used to get a little bent out of shape about it... but I really don't now. If you're not feeling an RP, no pressure, no worries! It's supposed to be fun, not a chore.
In real life, I'm a software engineer. Other hobbies include animals (I have chickens, 3 cats, & a dog that I've started running Agility with, plus grew up with horses), gardening, and archery.
Games that I'm playing:
- Treasure? Or Just Trouble? - as Elmer Stroud
- Identity Theft - as Rorik and Galiena
- Needs Must - as Rorik and Cedric
- The Royal Mile Inn - as Brenna
- Shadow Gorge - as Elmer & Dorothy
The only problem with Juls is that it took me being on the RPR for about two years before I found her! Her "stealing" my character Arthur in one of the public forum games turned into an RP and now here we are! I LOVE the play we've got going. Such a talented writer and so friendly! Dorothy is excellently written, but Juls makes the narrative so much more interesting by adding in a bunch of side characters to make the whole world seem that much more immersive and engaging! - Atrevida
I commend Juls for her excellent ability to communicate. It was an incredibly nice experience to be given several narrowed down choices in terms of her character selection, as well as a selection of plot 'add-ons' in response to my prompt. I appreciate that we've been able to find a starting point and goal to work towards in the game we're about to play by having a constructive discussion, where communicating our wishes and boundaries were central. I value this skill in Juls! - Sanne
Inquiring minds want to know why we too should befriend Juls!
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