Olivia Emily Cromwell
Everybody is a genius, but if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree
it will spend its whole life believing its stupid.
~ Albert Einstein
Samara Raillen wrote:Lol I remember the days! Don't worry Cat -- you're not missing much. Forum roleplay is, I find, the most superior form of roleplay.
Reason number 1: Everyone has to edit and double check their post before posting, so grammatical, formatting, and other errors are typically minimalized.
Reason number 2: it is WAY more organized. You have to navigate to the appropriate board for your roleplay, which keeps things easy to understand and find.
Reason number 3: People just tend to be more intelligent on forums. Probably due to the lack of chat format and thus, lack of chat -type communication!
I started out with live chat style roleplay, and here's where I ended up. I'm 21 years old! And I still enjoy roleplaying. Power of forums, baby. :3
Samara Raillen wrote:Yes, I apologize for using the word Everyone lol.
You have some good points there; I still stand that I like forums better because I DO believe that people think longer and harder about what they say in return on forums, because you CAN leave it and come back if you are unsure of how to proceed. I don't think the quality of the story is any less, and I suppose I phrased it wrong about intelligence. People who live chat roleplay aren't less intelligent. In my personal experience, solely chat roleplayers (i.e. people who do not roleplay in any other fashion) do not always yield good results for me.
BUT this is not the place for this, is it? I apologize for bringing it up! ^_^;;
Maya Parker wrote: I finally settled on one that was basically... a main board, a board for each house, and a few other subboards for classes and clubs and other activities. I was there for years. XD
Katharina Kirkpatrick wrote:That board eventually lost a lot of members and I came here around 2009 when they were on their way out. The members on this board were just as inviting as HBN's/RnDs. So, I've been here on and off ever since. Plus, I heart my Cassaroo! She posted with me in German back when I still studied it, which I'm sure by this point I have lost it by now. :( Cass, we should so try another German thread.
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