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anonymous asked:

Like I need help because I have tried roleplaying a muse and the past few months no muse has sparked my interest and I feel like I am forcing myself to roleplay them. Also the fact I keep making roleplay blogs and then leaving them to make another blog later. Have I just become bored with roleplaying? Maybe I need a break for a while.

     Honestly, I feel like it depends on the person, but taking a break for a little while is probably your best bet.

     Before I made this blog, I actually went through a phase when I kept picking up muses in different fandoms and dropping them after a month or so. ( I had some Pokemon blogs, a Gravity Falls blog, a short lived Steven Universe blog, the list goes on. ) My Frisk was the last attempt I made before creating Humerus, but even over there it was pretty obvious to me that I wasn’t connecting with their muse as well as I should have.

     Sometimes you need a fresh start and a muse that works well with you. I know that’s what happened when I made Humerus, though the problem with that is you really don’t know when you’ll really find a character that clicks just right. At the end of the day, though, roleplaying is a hobby. If you aren’t having fun with what you’re doing, then what’s the point? Sometimes the best thing to do really is to take a step back and let yourself relax. Even if it’s only for a week or a month, it can’t hurt to give yourself some time away from it all to clear your head. You might even come back with more motivation than when you left.


The mystery box!