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☪ Roleplay Guide 007: Making A (Real) Hollywood RoleplayThey are the majority. Well, the bad ones are, anyway. In this guide I will bring insight on how you can properly go about making a Hollywood genre that is unique, and what you should avoid when doing so. (Includes helpful links)
This is covered in dafont’s FAQ page, which you can find here c:
I realize that instead of actually helping people these past few days, I’ve just been acting like a bitch and spouting out my opinion, even when it was not called for. I will get back into doing those reviews. Tomorrow.
I actually was in a hollywood RP for a few months and it was pretty good! The people there were amazing and I made a few good friends.
^ See this everyone? Hollywood roleplays can be good.
I would also like to point out that I too think that it is a little strange to be roleplaying a real, living person. But hey, that’s just my opinion. That’s what this is all about, anyways – preference. If you like Hollywood roleplays, don’t let RPC/Hs stop you from joining them. It won’t make you a bad writer. It won’t make you a bad roleplayer. It won’t make you a bad person. If that’s what you like, then go for it. Don’t let other people’s opinions change yours. Do what you want.