You can choose to use either the present or past tense, and can write with either a first person or third person perspective depending on your personal preferences.
However you should try to maintain tense consistency throughout your writing.
The important thing to remember is that when you enter a room, you are the character.
Any actions that you take, and any words that you type, should be done as if you were actually the person you are roleplaying as.
Our chat system currently has the ability for users to log in as guests.
This allows you to enter and get a feel for the action and conversation, while you wait for your official profile to be approved by the Administrative staff.
Before a permanent change is enacted a DM will be required to message the person in question to give them a chance to avoid the situation.
In this way you can collaborate, working together to tell a tale that satisfies you both.
Directional Moderators (DM’s) are members of the community who work to create elaborate interactive chat events, adventures, and games.
There is dialogue, where you can have them say or communicate something to someone else, and then there are actions where you actually cause them to physically do something.
Actions: In a roleplaying chat room, action is generally indicated by saying exactly what your character is doing, and then placing those words inside of opening and closing action marks.