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5-10-2008 @ 4:10PM
I love reading character description. I use MyRoleplay probably more for the reading of others than mine, but I did write one for my level 70 Blood Elf Warlock, Bedelia, which I change often because her looks have changed over the course of her RP life (She's gotten married and had kids, etc, etc). This is her most current one:Bedelia DeClavierWife, Mother, Afflictionist (or X months pregnant)Bedelia stands at a somewhat lofty 5'9". She is slim in figure but not overly so, carrying extra weight in her bust and hips. Her long black hair is thick, shiny, and hangs long and loose down her back.She wears six golden hoops in her ears, three in each. On her left hand, a diamond ring and wedding band. On her right, an engraved silver bracelet. Around her neck, a phoenix pendant.She currently sports a round belly. She is clearly expecting.One thing I try not to do is tell people what to think when they see her. I see wording like, "You are amazed by her beauty and shocked at her knocked-upness" I just put it out plain. It might make for a boring desciption but meh...I feel corny enough putting her preggy status out there like that but it keeps my RP buddies updated.
5-10-2008 @ 11:53PM
I applaud you for not telling my character what to think and feel when he meets yours. That's up to him and me. ;)
5-11-2008 @ 12:11AM
You do know that 5'9" is short for a blood elf? Good description otherwise though, I find it's always a real help to have the wowwiki page for the race of the character I'm making open the whole time I make the desc. And it helps gives you some hooks and traits to liven things up too.And since I critiqued:Tarrok, like most Tauren, has a very muscular frame. From years of running the plains his legs are strong and he can run for hours without stopping for a breath. From the many battles defending himself and his clan from the centaur attacks his arms are thick and his hide is scarred in many places.
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