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#21 Nitroo

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Posted 07 July 2017 - 07:28 PM

That's a really bizarre way at looking at roleplay and 3dx for that matter.

Firstly, most roleplayers like to do it with like minded people, well, its the only way you can RP on a realistic level, though I get what you mean when saying people playing the opposite sex, but the original questions are about roleplaying(not the 3dx pick-up game), which is playing out fixed or evolving stories and scenarios, and that sex doesn't matter in roleplay as the person is playing that role. The enjoyment comes from learning about that character and how your character meshes or reacts to them and the story. 

The other part of your reply is most worrying, getting emotions and being hurt.. I'm trying to think of a way to say this without being too blunt, but I can't think of anything other than you really shouldn't be here for that.

Keep your feet planted and firmly keep hold of realistic expectations. :)

 

 

Well, not everyone plays 3dx for the same reason and thats good so. ;)


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#22 RobT

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Posted 07 July 2017 - 07:40 PM

You know why you thinking that? Cuz you take your life style seriously, As you know and already told you in the past,''Remember when we met in game'' I do rplay with those already open for it, if they seem not willing for so, i respect those playing 3dx game in a serious way just like you. I don't consider myself to be egotistical condescending person for playing the way i do Rob.

 

im not really sure how I take it too seriously since I don't rp at all. was just an observation. if you doubt what I say go in that one rp thread. will tell you all you need to know. if you don't agree, I wont lose any sleep over it as you shouldn't because you don't agree with me. everyone is entitled to there own opinion



#23 Nitroo

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Posted 07 July 2017 - 07:52 PM

I would agree with someone earlier who said everyone roleplays to a certain extent because we arent the fictional avi in game. we can make them as close as possible to who we are but they arent us. I personally have never roleplayed in the classical sense because i find most Rpers to be very condisending and egotistical . they act like 3dx wouldnt survive without them and without them 3dx would crash and burn. . now that i think about it, sounds like i just described myself!!!

 

Well yes, I think many people have the opinion that 3dx IS jut a roleplay game.



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Posted 07 July 2017 - 08:18 PM

 

 

Well yes, I think many people have the opinion that 3dx IS jut a roleplay game.

 

I do think many maybe even most people do see it that way. However, I have definitely met people here who don't role play at all even sex. It is possible to do if you just talk about what your doing in RL. I prefer role playing sex though but, if the other person can be descriptive about what they are doing in RL that can be sexy as well. I think that's the real difference between being "descriptive" and role play, whether your really doing the things you say you are in RL. I do think most people role play here even if they don't admit it. I would say however that I would not be surprised if the majority of people who do see this as a role playing game are a bit conflicted about that as well.


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Posted 07 July 2017 - 08:31 PM

when i said role play, not in a classical sense because i dont role play. i just mean that your avi isnt you so in a way it is a roleplay



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Posted 07 July 2017 - 11:10 PM

I do think many maybe even most people do see it that way. However, I have definitely met people here who don't role play at all even sex. It is possible to do if you just talk about what your doing in RL. I prefer role playing sex though but, if the other person can be descriptive about what they are doing in RL that can be sexy as well. I think that's the real difference between being "descriptive" and role play, whether your really doing the things you say you are in RL. I do think most people role play here even if they don't admit it. I would say however that I would not be surprised if the majority of people who do see this as a role playing game are a bit conflicted about that as well.

 

Hey Niblette. I agree. There is a difference between cheating about your sex or personality and trying out things you haven't done in real life yet though. For example, me and my partner never had anal sex in real life. But in the game we had.


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#27 Sage Stoner

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Posted 08 July 2017 - 01:32 AM

So if youre a male who plays a female or a female who plays a male tell it to your coplayers and nobody will get hurt.

 

Wow.  Just wow.

 

Well, you could also say: If you are a cis-gendered homophobe tell it to your coplayers and nobody will get hurt.



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Posted 08 July 2017 - 06:04 PM

im not really sure how I take it too seriously since I don't rp at all. was just an observation. if you doubt what I say go in that one rp thread. will tell you all you need to know. if you don't agree, I wont lose any sleep over it as you shouldn't because you don't agree with me. everyone is entitled to there own opinion

The only thing I always knew is playing with honesty with ppl's and telling them I'm a roleplayer at the first met. No hurts, no surprise in that case.Soon they ask for my rl gender and stuff bla bla bla, I'm out, that's what it is.

I shared my rl identity and some rl things only with few players i met here who I consider as my real friends and very open minded as Oliu, Vero, Tika, Chik, Olesya... ect ect


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Posted 19 July 2017 - 06:55 PM

Classic rolepay does not exist yet... : P



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Posted 20 July 2017 - 02:51 PM

Play the game / explore this world as you wish.

But be clear about your view, first using your profile, and, then most important with your friends.

As the fact someone becomes a friend is not a punctual fact but a progressive process than can take days/weeks/Month, do not wait too long to be clear on your approach with these most important people who are your friends.

They will be the only reason why you stay here a long time, they need to know what is your definition of roleplay because so many people so many definition.

Yes we all do roleplay but some are 1% rp and some are 100% which makes a big difference and makes nobody on the same line.

This is a very specific point of this "game" (according to me) but also such a potential source of drama.


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Posted 16 August 2017 - 07:41 AM

Role play is a form of improvised theater and usually without an audience, with the focus on characters and character development rather than an actual plot. In the case of WoW the scene and setting would be the world the game provides, and the lore, as well as your characters back ground story.
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Posted 20 September 2017 - 12:17 PM

Easiest route to knowing if someone is into roleplaying or not is by their profiles. 

Personally I tried roleplaying but that "turn on" became a major "turn off" 

Some like to RP because it enhances their experience and need more to go off of while some like myself doesn't take much start feeling good.

I more found it annoying to try to type and pleasure myself at the same time... Also sticky hands on keyboard... EW!



#33 Vaughan_Rarius

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Posted 14 October 2017 - 06:20 PM

Role-Playing (RP) And Virtual Dating (Vating)

 

A lot of people can get off on just playing around with the different sex poses, however, I'm not one of these. I like to interact with people, chat and become virtual friends or lovers.

 

One of the main things to remember, when flirting and hunting for a virtual sex partner is respect and respect of each other’s boundaries.

 

Therefore, if I may, I would like to offer a few friendly pointers that may help make your experience more exciting while making love in our special virtual world.

 

A few facts:

 

While having sex in a virtual world you do not get the physical touch from your partner, so in order to enhance your experience you need to replace this with emotions and imagery and building a picture in the mind’s eye.

This is very similar to losing yourself in a good book. As you do so in a book, so you must do so and allow yourself to be lost in the role play or virtual date with your partner.

 

The virtual world is never going to offer you all the poses and positions you would like to try.

To achieve the desired effect you will have to "proxy" it, meaning you select the closest match and describe the rest or even move the pose on to a variant of what you want to do.

 

In difference to real life, where you are present at the actual act of having sex, having cybersex means you try to experience things through an avatar while sitting in front of your computer. Hence you need to care for your pleasure in real life while you provide sufficient stimuli for your partner through typing. 

This can be quite difficult, but it can be done and once mastered is an addictive form of play.

 

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Descriptive sex:

 

There are two types of descriptive sex, as far as I am aware:

1. Where you describe your feelings and actions in real life, and

2. Where you describe the feelings and actions of your avatar or “toon” (cartoon)

 

I usually mix the two in order to provide as much stimuli to my partner as I can.

 

I use first person mostly, to put us both there in the action.

Third person takes you outside the actions to look in and I find that the stimuli then is not so effective.

 

Example:

I close my eyes, moving my lips to yours and kisses you. Open mouthed, my tongue pokes suggestively and I invade and claim your mouth.  (You are there with me)

 

I close my eyes, moving my lips to hers and kisses her, Open mouthed, my tongue pokes suggestively and I invade and claim her mouth.

(You are outside looking in – this is not so effective in turning your partner on)

 

Some use actions or feelings that their avatar does proceeding with a "*" sign.

Example 1:  *I move closer to you, rest my head on your shoulder, and sigh happily*. 

Example 2: *My face twists in agony as you twist my nipples*

 

It’s a matter for yourself if you want to or not. As long as you describe your feelings and actions, the results can be very rewarding.

Use your senses in your descriptions - Describe what you see; touch; smell; taste and hear.

 

Dialogue is used with no proceeding signs, although exceptions may need to be made during role-play.

If a role-playing session has started and I'm started to get emerged in the story I find it helpful to simply put out of character dialogue within brackets to make it clear to my partner that it is not a thing my avatar is telling him/her.

 

Example: (give me a moment, I'll be right back)

Actions and feelings that I do in real life are within brackets: ( ).

Example 1: (Give me a moment while I undress).

Example 2: (I am going to masturbate for a while so I might not type for a bit).

Example 3: (Orgasm, fingers shaking, sticky, can't type... cleaning)

 

Roleplaying:

 

I find virtual sex to be a lot better, and easier, if I'm immersed in a role or virtual date.

I might decide with my partner beforehand on a story that we are playing out, we might decide upon the roles and a short background story.

We might even decide that we will have a virtual date as ourselves (That is my favourite scenario)

 

Some of the great sessions I've had have been quite elaborate and lasted for several 4 hour sessions (yes, roleplaying or virtual dating sessions can get quite long).

 

What I find makes virtual sex easier through roleplaying is that you have things to talk about, and things to describe, during sex if you play a role. I have often included, making drinks, eating food and have actually got to know my partners likes and dislikes and how many sugars they like in coffee doing so  lol.

 

Examples:

I've played a Master role as a boss, seducing his beautiful secretary.  

I've played more elaborate roles as well, one with a cuckold couple looking for a bull male.

 

You do not have to create long background stories. Just having a scene, a role, and describing what you say or do goes a long way to achieve immersion.

 

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Descriptive Roleplaying Sex:

 

It's very difficult to convey emotions and provide stimuli to a stranger.

What descriptive roleplaying gives you is immersion, which helps put a person in a certain mind set.

 

It is a lot easier to relate to a fictitious role than an actual person, and I believe it is because we base our fictitious roles on known concepts.

 

These concepts can help you with dialogue, can help you describe what you do, they can cause you to feel certain things you otherwise wouldn't feel, and they can give you a very powerful orgasm ( yes, strong orgasms can actually occur during cybersex and not just during real sex).

 

Example:

Secretary: *I knock on the door, carrying a full mug*    Hello Sir? Your coffee is done and I have my note book ready for dictation.  

Boss: Good, come on in     *looks at you, a lovely woman, as you enter and offers you an interested grin*

Boss: *watches as you bend to place the mug on my desk, your breasts falling forward to offer a fantastic view of your cleavage.* Are you wearing a bra. Young lady?

Secretary: Uhm, No Sir I... *Blushes* I don’t wear them.

Boss: Is that so?  *Grabs holds of your wrist so you stay in that bent over position. Takes my time to look boldly down your top, curious now to see if your nipples will harden under my lewd inspection.

Woman: *Blushes and breathless* Sir! You should really let me go.

 

... I think you get the picture. The rest of the story you can play out yourself …. maybe a one off encounter, maybe a girl being blackmailed into becoming a sex slave by her boss… maybe a secretary who’s addicted to her Boss’s cock… The world is your oyster.

 

These dialogues can continue into the sex act, or you could let your characters turn silent and just describe what you do, how you touch your partner, how you tease, etc. Or, you could mix dialogue with descriptions, whatever you feel comfortable with.

 

Pleasing yourself and your partner:

 

It is very important to me that I manage to please my partner as well as myself.

I never have cybersex unless I intend to actually get a real life climax.

 

So, when do you find the time to masturbate etc. while typing so much?

I suppose that's where the time aspect comes in. If you just want a quick orgasm you might as well watch porn.

I have trained myself to be a one handed typist. It's worth learning!

By the way, in these sessions – Baby wipes and a little oil can make the experience more interesting and less messy. Be prepared. Lol.

 

The whole point with cybersex is the build-up, or at least that's what I think.

During the whole build up, during the role play, you might like to masturbate slow or touch to tease yourself. Once you're into the act of having sex I'm sure you'll be so turned on that you only require a minute or two to reach climax. Tell your partner to keep going while you masturbate, we all love to know we turn each other on so. Be considerate to each other’s needs and wants.

 

Of course we men have the advantage of being able to please themselves without getting our hands too messy (until it's over that is – hence the baby wipes). Women might not be so lucky as fingers tend to get sticky and maybe a vibrator too if used.

 

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Remember,

Be respectful of each other and allow your partner enough time to reach climax before swapping poses or leaving.

After all, cybersex is supposed to be a pleasurable experience for both.

 

We are chained only by our limits of imagination, free it and it will take you to some marvellous experiences. 


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