I do not accept random out-of-the-blue friend requests. Please just contact me first to let me know why you want to interact.
I will never insist on a set minimum length of paragraphs as if that is somehow a marker for quality. I will write as much as I feel is required. If a post needs some establishing narrative, it will be longer. If a post is mainly dialogue, it will be short, because real-life conversations do not consist of essay-esque back-and-forth monologuing either. I have zero patience for pages filled with purple prose that's only there to try and fill the space. If we all could just drop our unrealistic standards trying to reach some arbitrary number of paragraphs, we wouldn't have writer's block so often.
- Is that a bird on your head?
Yes. I think it's quite stylish.
- What's up with all those characters looking alike?
Astarill, Alaric, and Barrow are alternate versions of each other, recreated in The Elder Scrolls, Vampire: The Masquerade, and Fallout settings respectively. Because their backgrounds and histories differ, and because their personalities are build upon those, you can safely treat them as very different and separate characters even though they do look alike.
Ethelle created one of my favourite pieces of art for any of my characters (in this case, Galek Dor). A talented artist and roleplayer, I hope Ethelle will return to us soon. - Darth_Angelus
Love the page organization, and the sheer depth of detail in the character! Also, JEALOUS OF THE ART BAWWWW. - Andryn
Inquiring minds want to know why we too should befriend Pyrroglaux!
Did you remember to explain why your friend is awesome?