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Anonymous asked: Hi! Could you please suggest some tips and/or guides on starting a bio RP? Thanks x

acciorpc-deactivated20140413:

Well, bio RP’s are not as difficult as they look and can be quite fun! It’s my favorite kind, here are some helpful links for your journey. I used my own masterlists links to find ones that were best for a bio RP.

Promoting & Tagging

RPHBYDAY- How to promo like a Beast

GLEEHELPERS: How to properly promote

POSHHELPERS: How to Create and Run a Successful Promo Blog

SNSDHELPS: How To Get your Roleplay Some Attention

IRANT-RPC: Guide: Advertising Your Roleplay

Setting up an Application page and rejecting applications.

POSHHELPERS: How to Create a Killer Application (in order to find just the right person to play your precious baby)

THETROLLIESTCRITIC: How To Reject Auditions (If You’re A Blunt Person)

POTTERRPH: This is a tutorial for people who like me hate rejecting apps.

SMASHLEIGHRPS: How to make an ‘Applications’ folder in your inbox

RPCGRON: How to: Decide whether or not to accept an application; AKA what to look for in an application (requested by anonymous)

❆ How to Write

Writing original characters (for fandom RP’s that you need to add new characters, and to supply your applicants)

❆ Writing a lot

❆ Template

❆ Names

❆  Personality traits

❆ Faceclaims and diversity

❆ Extras:

Quirks/jobs and what not.

Name/Alias: Nicole

Timezone: Central

What are you most excited about (re: the site)? 

I’m pretty much excited about everything, really! It sounds like a lot of fun. Plus, there’s going to be spies and superheroes in it, so I’m totally in!

Favourite Superhero?

Hmmm. There’s a few that I think are awesome; like Nightcrawler, Iron Man (added bonus: RDJ), and The Bowler (from Mystery Men, and I’m not ashamed to admit it. I love that movie). Those are the ones that I could list on the top of my head.

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" This is a Kansas City Shuffle. They look right…And you… go left. Sorry about that, son. Sometimes there’s more to life than just living. Besides… you can’t have a Kansas City Shuffle without a body. ” 
- Mr. Goodkat 
[ click here for the video of this. ] 


Why do I feel like the words this scene from Lucky Number describes the entirety of the underbelly of criminals on The Brave site? Also, if somebody’s seen this movie, they should totally make a Mr. Goodkat inspired Fixer character. 
RITA’S MOOD -  STRONG // TENACIOUS - 
[ not easily pulled part ] 

"Character cannot be developed in ease and quiet. Only through experience of trial and suffering can the soul be strengthened, ambition inspired, and success achieved. "
 —- Helen Keller

Right now, I’m trying to find a feeling for my second character prompt, and I found called “A List of Feeling Words”. It has a good amount of words in each section of feelings, and I thought it might be helpful just in case you guys need something to be inspired by for more prompts!

Here it is!

 I’m looking at the canons, and there’s so many that I’d like to take. Of course, I’m going to try refraining myself from making a billion characters all at once when it comes to canons and original characters (which probably won’t happen?).
ANOTHER MIXED TAPE — For those trying not to give up hope; a natural progression between having a ray of hope, and then slowly hanging by a thread on the notion. 

1. The Unclouded Day by Audra Mae | 2. Better Than New by Ramin Djawadi | 3. Chopin Etude Op.10 No.8 in E Major | 4. A Gentle Awakening by JD McPherson | 5. Modigliani by Thomas Newman | 6. All of This & Heaven Too by Florence + The Machine | 7. Projections by Hans Zimmer | 8. Mako by Ramin Djawadi  
LISTEN!
ALDA FITZGERALD. INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALIST. TRANSIENT . THIRTY - THREE 

Alda is very much human, but has Synthetic parents. 
She was made the old fashioned way, but her parents decided to become synthetics because they didn’t want to die from whatever disease(s) would show up in their lives down the road. 
After that, they had her younger sister through vitro fertilization.  
Before turning 18, she made the choice to live a normal life until the age of 40 (or possibly longer. Not sure yet), knowing of the consequences when it came to her own social standing.  
Alda doesn’t hate Synthetics, because she obviously loves her family. But so far, she isn’t sure if she wants to live forever or not. 
Her parents don’t get it, and neither does her sister. They just think Alda is kind of odd in that aspect. But at the same time, her parents don’t bug her about it too much, since they’ve given up on asking what her final decision is when it comes to going undergoing cytrometamorphosis. 
Alda had a feeling she’d have some sort of career within the investigative line with her constant questioning of everything, why people did what they did, and always wanting to know what was going on with the world.  She liked to pick at sort of thing. 
Eventually, she went into investigative journalism once she was a part of her college’s online news blog. Being nosy was admittingly fun for her, especially if she could have her voice heard despite where she stood in people’s eyes. 
She’s made a few enemies throughout her time as a investigative journalist, especially within a authoritative and powerful job description (ex. cops, ceos of companies). 
But her main focuses for her career became serious crimes and corporate wrongdoing. 
She especially will write about the extremist group Horus (aka Bloody Ten). They killed a few of her relatives 2 years ago during November 5th.  
Then she’s recently got her interests peaked in Rykker - Hoffman Medical when one of their employees (who was going to be a whistle blower) gave her a few, yet tiny pieces of information concerning  the answer to cellular regeneration before winding up dead in their home (which looked like a random burglary gone wrong). The messages were crytpic, but Alda figured it was probably an employee of theirs after that. 
Then Alda started to think that they might be after her next. So she went to a private investigator for some help, since she figured that it could be low key? 
Alda is supportive of human rights, and synthetic rights, but to a point. It’d be complicated to be on the picketing lines because then both sides would beat her up for not being on just one side.
She just sees both sides from both their perspectives, which again, might make some enemies as well. It might look like indecisiveness to most, but it’s not. Alda just knows how it is for her parents and sister, and wants them to have the same rights as she currently does. 
Alda tends be called Fitz a lot as a nickname.