For those who wish to become a part of the roleplaying community here in the
National Affairs subforum, this is the thread in which you should apply.
CURRENT MAP(Updated As of: N/A)
Are you a new member to P&W, looking to try out some roleplaying? Or are you already a seasoned roleplayer, looking to develop his/her skills in roleplaying? Well, all I can say is that with this post, I hope to establish a friendly, low-drama roleplaying environment for those among us who have an interest in roleplaying out our nation's actions. Whether you're an experienced roleplayer, or completely new and inexperienced to roleplaying, allow me to say that I'll do my best as your OP to be friendly and accepting of every type of roleplayer.
High-quality roleplay and constructive world-building are encouraged.
For in-depth roleplay (multiple paragraphs, extensive posts), you may make your posts and threads here.
For more natural roleplay with less restrictions, you may make your posts and threads here.
For more casual roleplay, the National Affairs subforum itself should do.
(Just remember that while this is a casual environment, the subforum will still be moderated, as it is meant for in-character posts and interactions. Additionally, signing up here isn't a requirement to use the subforum.)
(Note of interest: Several members of our roleplaying community have based their nations and/or leaders upon those inspired from anime and other fictional sources. This is perfectly acceptable so long as your roleplay is constructive and well-intentioned. However, this style of roleplay does not give you an advantage in terms of wars, or anything. Similarly, you cannot use it as an excuse to develop incredibly advanced technology in short periods of time, as it is unfair for those who put much time and effort into their roleplay. You're free to be as creative as you like, so long as it is within the rules. This is to avoid Godmodding and overpowered posts.)
Interested in joining? Don’t be shy, and fill out the application below.
*Before applying, be sure to read the rules of the National Affairs subforum, and the map itself, here.*