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Post by Tyler on 26th June 2012, 5:43 pm

When you give your characters on a roleplay life, you give them a personality. No one is 'blank with no emotion whatsoever' or 'perfect to the point not even a freckle adorns their body'. There's a personality that forms at any given moment and the most defining one would be the 'High school' phase.

What sort of high school life do you usually like to put your character through? I tend to have mine be an outcast, or most often than not the 'jock' or 'smart' kid in the group at school, but an outcast nonetheless with a jock's personality and the smart kid's intelligence.

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