Q1: What minor characters am I allowed to control?
A: You can control your (unregistered) family provided that they are still alive up to present, scouts or messengers, and your pet/s (if you have any outside of the dorms).
Q2: How will the story will move if we have restrictions on characters that we can control?
A: We have a Narrator
that can control the flow of the story in a side which normal role-players can't control so the story could move forward.
Q3: Are we allowed to plot an initial setting when starting a role-play.
A: Yes. As long as it doesn't go beyond our current story or plot. Just make sure that the parties involved have already agreed to the initial setting. (i.e. For example if you want to start a thread where all of the related parties are already gathered around one table)
Q4: My partner in our private role-play is already inactive. What should I do?
A: Contact the Narrator
so that he will give judgement in your thread and "exit" the other character to end the role-play. How the Narrator would end the role-play is up to him.
Q5: Am I allowed to "Exit" another person's character?
A: No. Contact the Narrator
so he can do the job.
Q6: Am I allowed to create imaginary situations that are not mentioned in any threads in the Information Desk?
A: Yes as long as you notify any of the moderators for the information so we could modify the threads needed to add your setting/plot/addition to respective threads.
Q7: Am I allowed to have a face claim for my character?
A: Yes as long as you will have to modify certain features to make him or her your own. You can use characters from any available resources you have.
Q8: Can I request someone to draw my character if I can't find a face claim?
A: This will depend on your character creation description or sketches. We know that some artists out there has a lot of free time.
Q9: Who can update a thread's setting?
A: Updating a thread setting means the control of the roleplay inside of it. Therefore, we limit the controls to the thread starter and Narrator ONLY.
Q10: When will my character have his or her own skills?
A: Your character can have basic weapon skills but skills that will require the use of magic will have to wait until you are given an upgraded weapon which is going to be at the end of your training. Once you have decided for the set of skills, you can visit any of the generals at their office.