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If you're not into romance stories, I'm probably not the best RP partner choice for you! β™₯

You can call me Roxy. I'm a freelance comics artist from Spain. All the art you can find around here of my characters is done by me.


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✿ About Ghosting/Abandoning

All I can say is, if you plan to ever RP with me again, don't ghost me. Instead just tell me you'll be away for a while, or simply want to drop the RP for personal reasons. I won't ask further, but this way at least I might trust you to try again in the future. I don't get upset or anything.

In my case, I don't use to ghost, it's very rare. If I happen to take too long without answering it's probably because the RP isn't working out and I'm still giving it time to see if I can get back into it.
I don't forget to answer RPs! I have all nicely organized so you don't have to poke me to remind me about the RP. You can, though, poke me if you just want to chat or check on me, that's fineπŸ’•

✿ Reasons for me to quit an RP

Could be many:
- Life issues, although in this case I usually just ask for more time and I keep you informed.
- Lost motivation: the RP simply isn't motivating me anymore so I can't send out a reply. I'm sorry but I'm here to have fun. Forcing a response doesn't make any sense.
- A week or more between responses. I do have some RPs that are slow like that, but if they're good I'm willing to wait a week. Every 2 weeks it's very unlikely to work with me. I know life happens, I know it's not a priority to RP, but this has nothing to do with that. I just lose motivation and the mood after that time so I won't be comfortable roleplaying like that. It's just a personal preference, that's all.
- The RP doesn't click: sometimes it simply doesn't work, the characters don't seem to connect well and I'm not comfortable with the RP. Usually I realize this within the first few responses.
- Your writing style: either too vague, too short, not helping me push the story forward, or simply the way you write doesn't click with me.

✿ Why I roleplay

I'm an artist and I create characters and stories. I roleplay to develop these characters, figure out their personalities, what works for them and what not. Sometimes the roleplays are just so accurate and perfect for them that I end up closing that character for RP as their story is figured out. This could end up in a collaboration between us, who knows. But at least some sketchies might come out of it! <3

Of course, I also roleplay because I love it and have fun creating stories. I've been doing it since I was a child and it's just part of my daily life. I don't just roleplay to pass time. I actually need it to boost my imagination and let out all the ideas out of my head!

✿ My RP style

I write in 3rd person somewhere between 1 to 5 paragraphs, sometimes longer if needed, but I don't enjoy writing long responses because it pushes the story too far not allowing the other person to enjoy what's happening. Besides, if my character makes too many actions, it doesn't make it easy for my partner to react to everything or at least to what could be important to them.
I prefer taking it slow, go event by event and enjoy it the most as possible.

I also like to describe emotions, feelings, gestures, face expressions... little details are very important to me. It shows how the character really feels about something or someone in certain situation. Most of the times the gestures are even more important than the dialogues and they express much more.

✿ What I don't enjoy

- Real person face-claims. I feel a little uncomfortable with it. Sorry =(
- Gore and violence... I'm not comfortable with those. Although violence if it's not too much it's fine. Could be discussed but I'm picky about it especially if it's against my character.
- One liners. In general, too short responses. It feels like there's no interest... in which case, why wasting our time?
- I'm usually ok with short answers like a single paragraph when it's required, but not all the time. It really pushes me away when this repeats too many times. I'll probably quit if this happens.
- Most of the paragraphs are dialogues but the character isn't doing anything. You can talk and make some gestures to express those words somehow. Sometimes, body expression tell more than words. But please... a whole paragraph only with dialogue is exhausting, feels like a monologue at it kills me in real life, it kills me in RP too. People don't just talk, people make gestures, expression, they move, they express with more than just words. Might pour some wine while talking, might brush their fingers through their hair... Don't just be a robot! This is a huge alert for me and I get truly bored eventually. (Unless it's really needed, if it's done on purpose for whatever reason, that's fine!)
- I don't like my character being treated badly or hurt unless the RP requires it, we'd discuss that through OOC.
- I don't enjoy RPs where my partner isn't helping to move the story forward. I understand that sometimes it's impossible to do so and I must lead a few times. But other times, you also have to lead. Leaving all the mastering to me alone it gets boring and I'll eventually quit.

✿ What I do enjoy

- Romance. All of my stories are romantic one way or another, sometimes more dramatic, other times pure sugar, sometimes happy ending, other times terrible endings. I'm sorry if you're not into that, in that case I'm probably not the best partner for you! I do enjoy fantasy, action, drama and dark stories a lot, but if the romance is missing, I'm going to get really bored.
- ERP (erotic RP). I enjoy one shots just for fun but also part of longer stories. I don't fade to black but I'm alright with doing it, so let me know what makes you feel more comfortable! I'm a romance nerd, with or without the smut I still love it just as much! Still, this is not a requirements for RPs!
- OOC chat and brainstorming to give the characters more credibility and life.
- Express the characters emotions, how they feel, little details that make the character special and unique. Or the way they treat my character, like, the way they look at them, the way they touch, how they feel. I work with these kind of things a lot but it gets harder when the other person totally ignores what I'm describing, so I eventually would try to adapt to your undetailed RP and eventually get bored and leave it.
- I love when characters have chemistry, but I don't like forcing it to happen. I already had experiences with RPs where we thought it would lead nowhere and suddenly the characters were connecting so well together that I ended up writing the story and now, turning it into a comic. Other times we play with the intention for a romance and it simply doesn't work, and that's alright, no need to force it.

I think that's all for now! Thank you for reading and I hope we play sometime soon <3
✿ RP-based novels and comics ✿

Sinine and Alastair || Read at Tapas


Amber and Conall || Read at Tapas or Webtoon

Rave Reviews

I'm a little confused why I haven't given Roxy a kudos already. But here I go;
Roxy has been one of the most amazing rolplayers and artists I've met and I'm so glad to have a few RPs going on with our characters β™‘
She's a very kind person and lovely to plot for an RP and have a chat to. Her writing and art inspires me greatly and I know it is bound to inspire others :) Kind and understanding Wonderful writer - Berrystar
I only write with her for a few days but I fell in love with her writing style. After discussing the plot we just let our characters drive the plot forward and wait how they will connect. It feels all so naturally and i definitely recommend it to write at least one story with her and make a picture on your own! ❀️❀️❀️❀️ Wonderful writer Long-term partner - EagleBearer

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