luckyseventh55  asked:

How do you think W.W. II would have carried out if the U.S. was quality over quantity and the Germans where quantity over quality?

Rather than a fractured Germany, we would have had a fractured France, as the soviets no doubt would have completely conquered Germany before the Americans even managed to reach the border.

Naruto OTP - Naruto x Hinata

"When I look at you... I get an intense feeling in my heart..."
"You changed me! Your smile is what saved me! That is why I am not afraid to die protecting you! Because... I love you..."

"When Pain struck Hinata I was so mad, so full of rage, my heart instantly connected with the Kyuubi's will."
"Hinata, thank you! My life is not only one...! It's thanks to you that stayed by my side!"

Let’s explore a couple of common sense tips of roleplaying.

  • Godmodding. This is when your character is overpowered and can do anything. They have no limits or boundaries, and/or cannot be killed or injured. For example, any form of knowledge that happens to be needed, your character knows even though there’s no way they could have realistically learned it. Or your character is in a fight and manages to get out of it uninjured every time.
  • Powerplaying. This is where you control another person’s character. It’s often confused for being Godmodding, but it’s a slightly different concept. What is considered Powerplaying can vary on each person, but there are a few examples that are just outright powerplaying. Killing or injuring their character without permission is a popular example. As is saying they did something without the roleplayer’s consent. The only character you control freely is your own. However, if you ask, some people are willing to overlook the rule in favour of a plot twist or a direction for a thread. It’s always good to know your partner’s rules on Powerplaying.
  • Mirror Posting. It’s not always fun working hard on a 3-4 paragraph post only to get one or two paragraphs back. It’s just polite to try and mirror someone’s posting if at all possible. If you can’t manage it sometimes, however, please regard the next guideline.
  • Quality over Quantity. Threads can be long, threads can be short. Long threads can be rubbish and short threads can be fantastic. It all depends on the content. Quantity is nice, but it means little if the post has no quality, and even short posts can hold a lot of material and action to respond to if the quality is right. It’s always advised to try and follow quality over quantity and make your words count.
  • R-E-S-P-E-C-T. We’re all here to have fun, and it is of utmost importance that you respect your fellow roleplayers, even if you don’t care for their character. Treat others as you would want to be treated. You don’t want to see hate in your Inbox about how you play a character or run your blog, so it’s only natural that others wouldn’t want to either. There’s an Unfollow button, an X button, a Back button. So many buttons you can click rather than send hate-mail. If you can’t say something nice, don’t say anything at all.

These are simple guidelines that I’ve picked up and followed over my thirteen years of roleplaying. You’re not obligated, of course, to follow them. But they’re rules I try to follow and expect my partners to as well.


All the Doctors + Their “catpanions” >u<

I ended up having to limit it to a few companions a Doctor at most, so please forgive me about the ones that were left out, I mean them no ill-will, I probably just don’t know them as well or it was easier for me to translate the other companions into cats.  Also, I apologize for the lack of audio companions, but there’s just too many!