Educate yourself before you start playing. Each roleplaying game has its own set of rules and guidelines that you should follow in order to have an enjoyable experience. OtherSpace is no exception.
Take the time to create a well-developed character. Think about their backstory, personality, and motivations. This will help you to immerse yourself in the roleplaying world and make your interactions with other players more interesting.
Be respectful of other players. Treat them the way you would like to be treated. Don’t use offensive language or engage in bullying or harassment.
Don’t be afraid to ask questions. If you’re not sure about something, ask a more experienced player or a staffer.
Stay in character. Try to stay in character as much as possible, even when you’re out of character. This will help you to maintain a consistent persona and make the roleplaying experience more immersive.
Be patient. Roleplaying games can take time to develop. Don’t be discouraged if things aren’t moving as quickly as you’d like.
Collaborate with other players. Roleplaying is a collaborative activity, so be open to working with other players to create interesting storylines and interactions.
Be flexible. Roleplaying games can be unpredictable, so be prepared to adapt to changing situations and unexpected events.
Keep track of your character’s actions and interactions. Take notes on what your character does and says, and keep track of any significant events that occur during your roleplaying sessions. For major OtherSpace activities, expect us to capture the scenes in logs that we’ll post online.
Have fun! Remember, the most important part of roleplaying is having fun and enjoying the experience. Don’t take things too seriously and be willing to experiment and try new things.