It’s really disheartening when I reblog memes and nobody comes to do them. It makes me feel like nobody actually wants to interact with my muse, and really puts me down for roleplaying. I think memes are a great way of starting interactions with a roleplayer that you haven’t talked to before, and it really makes that roleplayer happy to know that his/her/otherwise’s followers care to talk to them and actually pay attention to them. So when I don’t get any, I just feel left out and lonely. -Anonymous

I have become so into my muse that I feel I’ve become them, I take on their personality, their habits and individuality. If you hurt my muse I feel their pain, their sadness and the happiness, the love. Sometimes I struggle to separate the muse from myself and when I RP with others I feel, see and imagine everything which is what makes role-playing all the more better. -Anonymous

Even though I have quite a lot of followers, I rarely get asks. But I see many people who I know, even those with way fewer followers than me, get asks all the time, not including hate, if they receive any. Even when I reblog ask memes and send other people asks for those memes, I still get almost nothing in return. It makes me wonder if I’m not approachable, or if they don’t like me or my character.

what’s the point of reblogging memes if no one sends in anything for me or my character? i want my character to be bugged, i want to write drabbles involving my muse and someone else’s for the fun of it, and sometimes i want people to ask about me on those few mundays i participate in. people tell me how quality i am but i don’t feel like it because i see all the other blogs others deem as quality, and they get a bajillion asks. maybe i’m just bitter. -Anonymous

While I try my best to stay as IC as possible and with that to respect the Historical setting too, I still make some mistakes. I just want to point out: every RPer is allowed to make mistakes concerning an age which isn’t ours, no one of us was born in Ciel’s age and not everyone found the right places to research. Be patient with those who miss some details -explain, communicate, interact. Give them links and references. Help. Speak. Teach. These are the keys for a good RP community.