Q: Why InvisionFree?
A: After trying out several forum hosters, I decided to stick with the one I have used for many years. InvisionFree has many stunning skins, which all other forums lack. Not only that, the skins aren't too much a pain in the neck to install. Another reason is that it has "Email Notification of Replies" something that Zetaboards (which has lots of great features and stunning skins) lacks unless you pay for it. Proboards has nothing but crappy skins and they are too much of a pain to install. Many other hosters aren't popular enough or well known enough to have enough/decent skins.Q: Do I need to create an account for each character?
Absolutely not. In fact, I don't allow it. I don't approve of multiple accounts just to make it look like my board has more members. Having a small family is okay too. Q: Why are there so many story lines/genres on one board?
A: After running several boards for many years, I began to realize something. Many of my members were members of my other boards as well. Not only that, but I had to advertise for each single board individually and moderate each board individually. However, since I have made them all into one board I can advertise more easily, members don't have to join more than one group, and I don't have to keep hopping from board to board.Q: Why don't you allow real photographs of real people? Why only anime or cartoon-like illustrations and not realistic artwork?
A: I get this question a lot. I also get complaints. My answer is that I am weird and half crazy.
I am also an artist so I would rather see traditional/digital paintings and artwork over real photographs. Sure, photo-manipulation can be art too, but it is still "real" and very few people can pull off a decent photo manipulation. But, there is another reason. I have to stare at real people all day! The last thing I wanna do when I leap into may fantasy world is see real people. Oh, and did I mention I was an anime/cartoon/comic freak? Q: How do I create a character?
A: You will need to navigate to the main board, then click on the "Information" forum for your chosen world. Read the information there, then copy the code given in the "Character Creation Sheet." Once you have the code copied, create a new topic and paste the code into the text box beside all the smilies. Then simply fill the sheet out with the appropriate information. Don't forget to title the post as your characters name. Be sure to add the characters species to the topic description.Q: What do I do after I have created a character?
A: After you have posted your character in the "New Characters" forum in your chosen world, then you will have to wait for your character to be approved before you can begin posting. You should receive a PM alerting you that your character has been approved, or needs changes. Once your character is approved, it will automatically be moved to the "Approved Characters" forum for you. When your character appears in this forum, you may begin posting!Q: Where do I stick this? Where can I find that information?
A: The forum descriptions will tell you what the forums contain. If you are still unsure, you can post a question in the "General OOC Topics" forum or PM the Keeper.Q: Is this RPG system points based?
A: Absolutely not. There is no point system or dice rolling system. There is no list of skills to choose from when creating your character either. I want to allow members of this board to use their imaginations. Members of this board have to use their best judgment when creating a character and interacting with others. I encourage others to use fair play when writing battle scenes.Q: Whats with all the rules and regulations?
A: All of the rules that you see are rules that have been added in my many years of running RPG boards. Basically, all those rules are the result of someone doing something they shouldn't have. If someone would have never god-modded, lets say, their wouldn't be a rule for it. However, someone in the past has, so a rule was create to prevent that from happening again. I have no doubt that the list will grow in the future as unforeseen problems arise that will need to be dealt with. These rules were created in the best interest of the members.