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Regarding the settings in the forums

Postby Nox » Sun Oct 20, 2013 8:27 pm

I asked Nashy a few days ago where I should put my my play-by-post Feywild RP (in which participate characters we play on the live chat), if in the Sword & Sorcery forum or another. She said it would have to be in a different forum for games outside the core settings of the chat, and that one was in the making for all those games... though I'm cool with the idea of an "Elsewhere" forum for RPs outside the core settings, dividing the forums in "Sword & Sorcery" and "Modern" rather than one for each chat room as it was on ENWorld sounds more like dividing them by genre rather than setting. Doesn't that make a bit more sense? So we could lump all Sword & Sorcery based RPs in the same forum regardless of the setting and all the Modern ones there to even if they don't take place in New York. I don't mean to be negative, but I don't foresee a LOT of traffic and role-playing to happen in these forums, so it's not like there's going to be a lot of confusion. Wouldn't that be more practical?
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Re: Regarding the settings in the forums

Postby Magi Gabriel » Tue Oct 22, 2013 8:49 am

At the moment the forums are split into two vague separations because at the moment there isn't enough traffic to warrant splitting into individual settings, sub-sections, etc

I honestly don't mind if people post "elsewhere" in the closest matching forum so long as they label it so that people won't get confused (ie, if you post in Modern Fantasy and it's a scene happening in a dive bar in LA put something in the subject/opening paragraph so people can see).

As things (hopefully) pick up I'll start expanding but for now it's even kinda overkill having two IC forums since there are zero posts between them.
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