☢ - Do you consider yourself flexible when it comes to conflicting headcanons? Are there any headcanons you can’t stand? Are there any headcanons you won’t budge on?
I try to be as flexible as possible, because getting into fights about headcanons is not something I want at all! In most circumstances I quietly defer to my partner (who usually has a headcanon that I think is cooler/better anyway) or I’m willing to compromise somehow. I’m not super attached to most of my headcanons.
That being said, if somebody else’s headcanons say that my trolls shouldn’t/can’t exist (i.e. that adult trolls are in the Fleet or dead no matter what, that all trolls conform to a strict male/female gender binary, that wearing anything other than black shirt/gray pants makes you cullbait), then… they probably don’t want to RP with me anyway, and I probably don’t want to RP with them! And there’s nothing wrong about not wanting to RP with someone as long as nobody is a dick about it, I think.
☼ - When does your troll use their quirk? When they are writing? Typing? Speaking out loud? Do you prefer to roleplay with people who do use or don’t use quirks?
This is one of those things I am super, super flexible about–whatever my partner wants to do is what I’ll go with. I really don’t care that much. For example, threads I do with Immo tend to have quirks on while speaking, while threads I do with Mar tend to have them off. Quirks are always on if my trolls are typing, though, ‘cause they’re typing quirks.
If I’m writing by myself, I tend to use quirks if characters are answering questions, and not use them if I’m writing drabbles.
✤ - How do you tag things on your blog? Do you have a specific tag for RPs, characters, art, or memes? What’s the best way for a visitor to acquaint themselves with your characters?
y’know what I’m going to follow your lead and make a separate post about how I tag things because I have a lot of tags