Roleplaying Guidelines

Section 0- Definitions and Defines
Section 1- Roleplay Etiquette
Section 2- Regulations and Rules

Before anything else, there must be an understanding that within roleplay especially during heated moments between characters or the competition of roleplaying abilities, that there is a system commonly used and referred to as "Tier System Styles of Fighting" aka abreviated as T-1/T1/T-T1, etc..

 

As the full name suggests and implies, this style of roleplay refers only to the understood combat by parties involved, and is a formal style of combat. Informal styles are just "Brush aways" and does not allow death of a character unless the owner of said character allows so (during informal style of combat, otherwise a victor is needed to be declared during an actual Tier style match); Which is discussed in OOC- And is recommended to discuss said combat or death of character prior to involvement of death or fight; These conditions are "Not" always required.

There are other Tier System bracket of rules, ranging from 1-3 (original systems), and even beyond that up to 10 and beyond (We do not keep track of these, as they are recognized as Informal, and not practiced within the Trinity). Tier styles 2 and 3 (Traditional bracket rules) are just smaller versions of Tier 1, and is encouraged to new roleplayers that are interested in roleplaying competition and outwitting other roleplayers in technicalities and combat form.

Did someone declare a fight in OOC? Technically, yes it is informal and is unacceptable behaviour - However, if two roleplayers humor the idea and want the fight to happen, it can be agreed and then SET-UP in-character through a perversive and detailed entrance of how two characters might meet to make it happen. Be creative, it's all about having fun, and if it's fun for two people to throw down, then THROW DOWN!1!1eleven1!!!

As the above implies,

 

"There is no Honor in a story untold, for there is glory in a story to be told." - First Advent "Lord" of Sphira.
"There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you." - Maya Angelou

 

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