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10-29-2007 @ 12:47AM
All of my RP Guilds have employed a "paragraph RP" style for Guild Chat, typically assuming that everyone participating is in a Guild Hall or other gathering place (usually assumed to be taking place BEFORE whatever you're actually doing in game).Guild Chat would often look like this:==================================[Guild][Finnicks]: He scowls at Tarentella. "You're not paying attention!" He points jerkily back to the alchemy table. "You're never going to get this transmutation right if you can't be patient, and focus!"[Guild][Tarentella]: She frowns, and returns her gaze to the table. "Forgive me, 'master,' but we've been at this for over an hour! I'm taking a break!"[Guild][Finnicks]: With a gurgle of annoyance, he turns away. "You come to me asking for help, because you can't get your Iron to Gold Transmutation to work right. A BASIC, simple alchemical procedure. And now you want a BREAK, after asking for my precious time?"[Guild][Tarentella]: "Yes," and with a swift punch, she sends Finnicks' barely connected, exposed lower jawbone soaring across the room.To [Tarentella]: Gee thanks for the possibility of dodging your little blow.From [Tarentella]: Roll with it. ^_^[Guild][Finnicks]: Running after his jawbone and screaming in hissing, unintelligible slurs, he fishes his jawbone out of the fire, where it so unluckily landed. Fixing the slightly blacked bone back into place, he gives Tarentella a glare.[Guild][Finnicks]: "Fine! Learn to do it on your own!" He stalks off, pouring a healing potions slowly over his slightly blackened hand.================================It's very "freeing" to do it that way.
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