Role-playing on Pawprints is always done in third person. This means you’re writing as though examining the scene from a perspective that is not from your character.
Here’s a basic list of do’s and dont’s of Pawprints role-playing:
Do post in third-person, always.
Do be creative with writing, and try to be as detailed as possible.
Do let others be able to post between your own posts.
Don’t kill another person’s character without permission.
Don’t break role-play rules.
Don’t pretend to be another person’s character or role-play as someone else.
How long your posts are sometimes affect your Pawprints reputation. Although some people find long posts to be annoying, the longer and more detailed posts are generally better for describing exactly what’s going on. That being said, there is a point where a post is too long. So in short: Don’t post too short, or too long. Our only requirement is five solid sentence, but that is the bare minimum.
Pawprints is home to many youth from across the globe. At no time is it okay to post inappropriate content anywhere that may offend younger users. This is why Pawprints has rules against things such as detail mating (DMing).