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Discussion in 'Forum Rules & Guides' started by Lure Master, Jan 18, 2017.

  1. Lure Master Slaver

    Lure Master
    • AC 17
    • HP 7/7
    • Level
    • 1
    • Experience
    • 109
    • Next Level
    • 1000
    Lawful Neutral, male
    Human
    Rogue (1)
    Joining Up:

    If you have not done so already, read the rules and definitions thread found here.

    Click the image in the top right of the navigation bar and on the log-in form for the question that asks if you already have an account select No, create an account now, and then click Sign up. The registration process is fairly quick. The username you choose should be the name of the character you will be roleplaying.

    Once you submit the registration form, a validation email will be sent to the email address you signed up with. The email is normally sent right away. If you check your email and do not see an email from this site, check your spam folder. Click the link in the email to verify your email address.

    Just Registered:

    Once you have become a member, make your way to the training hall to create your character. Without a character you can not post. The character generator will guide you through each step. You can leave the training hall at any time and come back to finish your character. Most steps have a ? located in the top right corner of the options block. Click it, to open an overlay that contains details about each option available for that step.

    The last step of creating a character displays all your character's calculated stats, if you are happy with your character select Export. If you are not happy with your character, you can start-over, or export it and start a thread here to ask for guidance or suggestions.

    If you do not have a feel for your character, or you want to make changes to ability scores, for example, Bounty Hunters can reset your character if you request it so you can start over.

    The next thing you should do is start an introduction thread. An introduction is a great way to get to know our members and for us to get to know you. Introductions can be In Character or Out of Character.

    We hope that you will enjoy being a member of this site.
     
    Last edited: Apr 26, 2017

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