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1-28-2012 @ 5:45PM
A point on "demeanor": Remember that unless you're using an addon that has the "currently" flag, you're implying they're ALWAYS doing said behavior. So if you put in your flag that your character smiles and flirts with passers-by, or turns away from anyone staring at them... well, your character is kind of stuck doing that constantly. I prefer to keep that sort of thing for emotes. Also, PLEASE don't forget that some roleplayers don't run addons, for technical reasons or otherwise. I've seen descriptions with OOC rants on "I know the model is female but I'm playing a MALE CHARACTER AND DON'T YOU DARE CALL THEM FEMALE OR I WON'T RP WITH YOU."Roleplayerslament.com has been mentioned as a good resource (although I've some qualms with some of the things the writers for the site do), as are the Warcraftsues community (again, more snark, but good examples of how not to do it) and Critthisflag (the more positive side of flag reviews, started by members of Warcraftsues that wanted to be more positive and help people who are submitting their own flags and asking for constructive criticism), both found on Livejournal.
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