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    Creating A Character


    Creating A Character

    Post by The Collector on Wed Mar 02, 2016 11:35 pm

    Re: Creating A Character

    Post by The Collector on Wed Mar 02, 2016 11:35 pm

    Character Rules

    Your character is the singular most important component that needs to be made if you wish to RP here. You can always RP without your superpowers, items/weapons, pets and the like. However you CANNOT RP without an approved character. Here are some rules and guideline for it.

    1. We don't want to see some straight up copying of characters of other people from any site. Say person A copies a character from Person B. That would be considered as plagiarizing. Your character can be heavily inspired other characters from other fandoms (DC, Marvels, any video games or anime) here, but please do not straight up copy their personality and history.

    2. We will need an exact age on how old your character is. Please take note of the plot, if your character is not human please know the maximum age your character can be is (years before second earth is created)

    3. As for your Alignment please refer to the Alignment Rules for more information. Also please do not simply just put good, evil or neutral. An exact alignment will be needed.

    4. Race perks are similar to passives. However there are a few rules to them. Perks cannot be combative, which means no stat boost, flight during battle and the like for those will require abilities to use. These are RP exclusive abilities. Examples would include the ability to fly outside of battle, transformation (example: if you are a neko you can transform into a cat or if you are a mermaid you can transform your legs into a tail)

    5. Explaining your likes, dislikes, fears and motivations are REQUIRED. We understand if you do not like explaning them however this is for other people to get a more deeper depth to who your character is.

    6. A person is allowed 4 characters, 1 main and 3 alts. Each character must be on a separate account. However a 5th and 6th alt can be achieved via admin's permission.

    Re: Creating A Character

    Post by The Collector on Wed Mar 02, 2016 11:36 pm

    Alignment Chart

    Alignments is where you stand on the scale of good vs evil, however it isn't that simple. Rather than having just the original three of good, neutral and evil it has been split down even further to see where you truly stand on the spectrum. Here is a list to make things easier for you to figure out.

    "Law is order, and good law is good order." — Aristotle

    Lawful Good: Those who choose to align with this believe that laws exist to further the public good, and that fairness and equality before the law are necessary for good to truly exist. Order is a vital part of good, not for its own end, but because when people act arbitrarily, they will often harm each other, intentionally or unintentionally. Justice is a very important concept to lawful good characters in every sense of the word - that people are treated justly, be it justly rewarded for their services or justly punished for their ill deeds. To a lawful good character, no one is above the rules, not even themselves.

    "I would unite with anybody to do right and with nobody to do wrong." — Frederick Douglass

    Neutral Good: Those who choose to align with this are those who respect the law but not always follows it. They usually follow it without any questions however when the time calls for it, they will break it without question as well. Despite the fact they break the law, it is often some minor law that has minor repercussions.  Often they are not too caught up in Order Versus Chaos; they are concerned with moral goodness, but often not willing to enforce it in others.

    "An unjust law is no law at all."— St. Augustine of Hippo

    Chaotic Good: Those who choose to align with this are rebels and free vigilantes who believe in doing good, by their own standards. Some don't have a problem with greater systems such as laws as long as they leave them alone; others are anarchists who believe that too much "order" is bad for everybody, and the betterment of all can only be achieved by actively rejecting any higher instances of power.

    "God knows, it's easy to be kind; the hard thing is to be just." — Inspector Javert, Les Misérables

    Lawful Neutral: Those who choose to align with this believe in order — personal, systemic, both or either — above all else. They will always seek to obey and preserve order, even to the inconvenience of themselves and others, and even if they themselves admit the law in question is an annoying one. While a Lawful Good character may justify breaking their code of conduct by appealing to the greater good that transcends all things, a Lawful Neutral character will not, since the greater good does not enter into it.

    "I stick my neck out for nobody." — Rick Blaine, Casablanca

    True Neutral: Better known as Neutral Neutral, those who choose to align with this can be introduced as a Wild Card, neither aligned with the Hero nor the Big Bad. On the other hand, they may well be on one side or the other, at least nominally. Perhaps they care little for the conflict and have their own goals, which are neither particularly good or evil.

    "Good? Bad? I'm the guy with the gun." — Army of Darkness

    Chaotic Neutral: Those who align themselves with this do whatever the hell they like and damn the consequences (unless they're too noble or hurtful, watch out for that part!). Some say they're the ultimate free spirits, others that they're just crazy. Either way, there's no telling what they'll decide to do next — their main, and often only, concern is their own freedom. Whose side are they on? It's doubted that they even know themselves. Nobody else does. They detest the self righteous and believe in power to the individual.

    "Peace through tyranny."— Megatron, Transformers

    Lawful Evil: Those align themselves with this either tries to impose or uphold a lawful system on others without regard for their wishes, and/or adheres to a particular code. They believe in order, but mostly because they believe it is the best way of realizing their evil wishes. They will obey the letter of the law, but not the spirit, and are usually very careful about giving their word.

    "For mine own good, all causes shall give way."— Macbeth

    Neutral Evil: Those who align with this will ally with anybody to do what's right and nobody to do what's wrong, the Neutral Evil character will ally with anybody as long as it advances their own interests — and it is all about their own interests. These characters do not respect other people as people like themselves with feelings and needs; rather they are tools or obstacles inferior to the Neutral Evil, to be used for their advancement. Neutral Evil characters are intrinsically selfish people, regardless of whose side they are on, and as a Token Evil Teammate, they may sell out to the bad guy if it makes achieving their goals significantly easier.

    "Introduce a little anarchy, upset the established order, and everything becomes chaos. I'm an agent of chaos." — The Joker, The Dark Knight

    Chaotic Evil: Those who align themselves with this is the truly free evil spirit. Whereas the Chaotic Neutral character is concerned mainly with their own freedom but doesn't seek to hurt others, the same cannot be said for a Chaotic Evil character. They will do whatever they want whenever they want to do it, which, seeing as they are evil, usually entails lots and lots of death and destruction. These characters are usually the most aggressive of the Evil alignments, more often than not being possessed of an impulsively violent nature and a total disregard for people, laws, or even the world around them. In short, Chaotic Evil represents the destruction of not only life and goodness, but also the order upon which they depend.

    (Credit to TV Tropes for alignment description)

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