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Starting off in RP can feel intimidating, with a plethora of rules and unfamiliar terms to navigate. We understand this can be overwhelming, which is why we’ve simplified things to enhance comprehension. Our goal is to ensure a positive experience for all community members. While no expertise is required, we kindly request that you review the following guide for inexperienced roleplayers.

  • Follow all Community Rules.
  • Stay in character consistently to maintain immersion.
  • Backstory and accents are optional. Imagine being dropped into 1899, hiding your knowledge of the future.
  • Follow the established lore and setting.
  • Give others a chance to contribute. Allow space for other players to actively participate and contribute to the story. Avoid dominating the spotlight or overshadowing others. Collaborative storytelling is a group effort, and everyone’s contributions are valuable.
  • Be mindful of pacing. Respect the pacing of the roleplay and the preferences of other participants. Balancing the speed of storytelling, action, and character development ensures an engaging experience for all involved.
  • Be flexible and adaptable. Roleplaying often involves unexpected twists and turns. Be open to adapting your character’s actions and plans based on the evolving narrative and the actions of other players.
  • Be patient and understanding. Roleplaying can sometimes involve complex storylines, character development, and conflicts. Patience and understanding toward your fellow players can foster a positive and enjoyable atmosphere for everyone.
  • Effective communication is vital. If you encounter a problem, try role-playing your question to those nearby.
    • If you require brief OOC (Out of Character) assistance, ask someone if you can temporarily drop your accent and have a private conversation in a designated area via whispers.
    • If you’re unable to solve your problem that way, please either ask in #❓ | general-questions or #🎫 | create-a-ticket, rather than disrupting several players roleplay.
  • Avoid relying solely on character voices to identify players, as some may have multiple characters.
  • Refrain from baiting others out of character.
  • Avoid engaging in horseplay in crowded areas or within town limits.
  • Only play copyright-free music through your microphone if it aligns with your RP (remember, it’s set in 1899).
  • While /me, /ops, and /scene can enhance RP scenarios, be mindful of their potential disruptive nature and respect others when using them.
    • Utilize /me for non-verbal communication. If you’re uncomfortable speaking or lack a microphone, /me can effectively convey your actions to others.
    • Use /do to add emphasis or describe verbal actions.
    • Use /ops appropriately to display visible or olfactory information about your character. It should not be used as an identifier.
  • Ultimately, roleplaying is about having fun and enjoying the creative experience. Embrace the storytelling, character development, and interactions with others to make the most out of your roleplaying adventures.

By following these guidelines, you can enjoy a fulfilling and immersive RP experience. Remember, everyone starts as a beginner, so don’t hesitate to ask for help and have fun exploring the RP world!


Gathering information from sources outside of gameplay and using it as in-character knowledge.

It occurs when a player incorporates knowledge gained from sources external to the game or the character’s experiences to gain an unfair advantage or manipulate the game world.

This behavior disregards the boundaries between player and character knowledge and can disrupt the immersion, fairness, and integrity of the roleplaying experience.

Random Death Match

RDM typically involves engaging in combat or causing harm to other players purely for personal amusement, without considering the narrative, roleplaying context, or established rules of the game.

RDM goes against the principles of cooperative storytelling and fair gameplay. It is important to engage in meaningful interactions to maintain a positive and enjoyable roleplaying environment.


A style of play where a player focuses primarily on maximizing their character’s power, abilities, or resources without much consideration for the narrative, roleplaying, or collaborative aspects of the game.

Powergaming often involves exploiting game mechanics, rule loopholes, or min-maxing character builds to gain a significant advantage over other players or the game world.

Powergamers typically prioritize winning or achieving personal goals over the immersive storytelling and cooperative elements of the roleplaying experience.

Value Your Life
Fear RP

A style of play where players are expected to realistically portray fear or distress in response to dangerous or threatening situations within the game world.

Players are expected to prioritize their character’s safety and act in a manner consistent with how a real person would respond when facing potential harm, danger or a threat to their freedom.

This includes making decisions that prioritize self-preservation, cooperating with others, and following the established rules and guidelines of the game.

New Life Rule

The concept of when your character is downed (seriously injured) & self revives, you may or may not retain memories.

If a player self revives, the player must approach subsequent interactions and situations as if they suffered a horrible memory loss without any recollection of past events.

Players who have been self revived or revived by a stationary doctor’s assistant in town must have no memory of the events 10 IRL minutes leading up to their concussion.

Revenge RP

The pursuit of vengeance or seeking retribution for in-game actions or events that have negatively affected a player’s character.

In Revenge RP, players develop narratives and engage in roleplay that revolves around their character seeking justice or revenge against another character or group of characters within the game world. This can include planning and executing elaborate schemes, confrontations, or acts of retaliation to address perceived wrongs or conflicts.

Fail RP

A blanket term for behaviors that break the rules, guidlelines or immersion of the roleplaying experience.


The act of permanently killing your character.

Suicide RP is not allowed.

Server Restart

The Storm

Roleplay should continue up until the point of the storm, and continue as was after.

Criminal RP is not to be initiated within 48 minutes of a storm (before and after).

Take a clipRemembering well“I don’t think that’s supposed to happen, I’ll just remember that real well”
Involving ModeratorsGetting the government
“If you don’t stop what you’re doing, I’ll send a letter to the government partner”
Lag/Connection Issues
“Woah, sorry about that partners, I got myself a bit of a headache there.”
Server RestartThe Storm“There’s a storm on the way, I can feel it.”
Go Out of Character
Drop the Accent“Do you mind if I drop my accent nearby partner? I’m quite confused.”
Being a new role-playerNew to the lifestyle“Could you help me out a bit? I’m pretty new to this lifestyle.”
Being downedUnconscious“Next thing I knew, the panther jumped on me and knocked me unconscious.”
Player IDGovernment ID
Train Ticket #
“What is your government ID partner?”
Player Level# Read/Owned BooksHow many books do you own?
How many books have you read?
Content Creator
actively streaming
Twitch in their eye“Hey partner, please just watch your attitude with me, I’ve got a bit of a twitch in my eye today.”
The use of /me
to communicate in game
Sign Language/me I use sign language because I was born with no vocal cords.
“I don’t think that was a local, they looked more like a resident.”
Nonplayer Character
Local“You should watch yourself around the locals here, they have guns, and they like to use em.”
DiscordDiscordShould really not be mentioned in game.