When you enter into an event being held by a DM, you forfeit control over your character, and give them the right to alter or kill that persona if it is necessary for the story.
Before a permanent change is enacted a DM will be required to message the person in question to give them a chance to avoid the situation.
As such you need to show them respect at all times, and if you disagree with something they are doing you should mention it to them in private, rather than making a public spectacle.
In those rare cases where you need to communicate an OOC message to an entire room you should place parentheses ( ) around your words so that people know they are not being expressed by your character.
There is a specific OOC room that is set up for these interactions.
The important thing to remember is that when you enter a room, you are the character.
Any actions that you take, and any words that you type, should be done as if you were actually the person you are roleplaying as.
There are a variety of symbols that are used by people to indicate that a phrase is an action.
The important thing is that the words get marked off, and separated from any other writing so that people know an action is taking place.
You can then interact with other people playing fictional figures using forums, blogs, profile posts, pictures, videos, and this chat.
Our role playing chat rooms allow you to interact with other members of the community in real time using narrative text as the medium.
Failure to adhere to these rules can result in administrative action including deletion of content, silencing of accounts, and temporary, or permanent banning from the site.
In addition, you are not allowed to kill, or drastically alter anyone elses character in any way without their permission.
When you post, everyone present sees it immediately, and has the ability to respond as quickly as they can type.