Alright this is a lesson on how to roleplay. I been having several of you ask what is this or that? ... What does that word even mean? So these are guidelines roleplayers follow, if they want to break into this field of entertainment:
Traditionally, actions go within a set of brackets like so:
~Angeal wrestled for the last apple.~
"~" was the start of the action and at the end of it. It can have any symbol, dash, and/or mark to show flow. Intentionally how to spot a certain rper's style like a tag. Other symbols and brackets are used to signify individuality.
Nontraditional roleplaying without brackets - the new school way of how it reads like a book like so:
Angeal wrestled for the last apple. "It's mine!"
The only way you can see the action stops is the dialog. This works only if you are clear with your actions.... thought speech so forth does not work well with it. Unless you use:
'Damn that is my apple,' Angeal thought to himself.
Out of Character.... An example of Mun Bubbles:
"Genesis, I can't have the last apple?" Angeal asked. //Hey, I am going out.//
See the "//" brackets that hold the text that doesn't flow with the actions or dialog? Admin to Admin conversation is always within Mun Bubbles.
Abbreviations - the only text talk within rping:
Rping is Roleplaying
Rper is a Roleplayer
Mun is an Admin(istrator) The person behind the Muse. You the rper.
Muse is a Character
Charrie is a Character
Ship is a Relationship
Multiverse is Multiple universe rping crossing different genres.
IC is being in character
OOC is being out of character
OC is an original character
Canon is strict original concept of character based upon how they were portrayed in game, book, manga, anime, or movie rping
Mary Sue is usually an original character with attributes copied from another canon character. There is a way of rping Original Character with class. Be original rping, not copycat.