anonymous asked:

do you know where i can easily find those faceless photos people use in the non faceclaim set rps?

Here’s a few links you could try! They’re all faceless photos of people.

Besides these, here are some things you can type into Google and Weheartit.

  • Faceless Blonde
  • Faceless Boy
  • Faceless Brunette
  • Faceless Girl
  • Faceless Photography

Hope it helps!

-Zoey. x

43 Of The Most Romantic Lines From Literature

To inspire your writing, or simply give you feels. You can even use these for quotes on character biographies if you please. I didn’t compile this list, and all credits go here. [x]

1) “Who, being loved, is poor?” — Oscar Wilde, A Woman of No Importance.

2) “He stepped down, trying not to look long at her, as if she were the sun, yet he saw her, like the sun, even without looking.” — Leo Tolstoy, Anna Karenina.

3) “Whatever our souls are made out of, his and mine are the same…If all else perished, and he remained, I should still continue to be; and if all else remained, and he were annihilated, the universe would turn to a mighty stranger.” — Emily Brontë, Wuthering Heights.

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If you’ve just created your account and you’re anxious for your tags to start showing up, here’s a few things you can do to boost the process!

Please note this post is a modified version of an ask I answered on the topic a little while ago.

First of all, the only way you’ll start showing up in the tags is if you become “active” in Tumblr’s eyes. Here’s what you can do to stimulate activity.

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tw: dissociative identity disorder

You know what kind of character I want to see? In a group roleplay, I want to see a character with dissociative identity disorder, played with a sense of realism. Instead of having one writer play the character and differentiating between personalities (because then they can choose which persona speaks to whom), you can have 2+ writers playing different personas of that very same character, using the same blog. They might be online at the same time, and so they can interact with all the other characters of the group at random, perhaps even overlapping, so as another character in the group, you’ll never know which personality you’re going to get (like talking to someone with MPD in real life). And in order to avoid having the same personality twice in one character, what you can do is write a base biography – include the background information on the character and their original personality. Afterwards, invite people to join as that character as an “oc” of sorts; allow them to create their own personality, and maybe even what that persona believes was their background. They can apply with their individual personas, and you as the admin can select who to accept depending on who you want to add to the original character’s dissociative identity disorder.