Masterlist of Hiatus Themes

keir-reviews:

Here’s a selection of hiatus themes for when you need to take a break. Most of them include ask boxes so followers can send you messages while you’re gone.

allisonroleplays:

RULES MASTERPOST
One of the hardest things I have found is writing up the rules. I always get a feeling of dread that it is too short to be effective or too long for people to actually take in. I compiled a list of guides on rules as well as examples.
Guides on Rules
Rpcgron’s How To [x]
Megan Help’s Guide [x]
Different Rules, Styles, & Layouts [that are still effective]
Realm of Aleria’s Rules [x]
Fascinated in Time’s Rules [x]
Magical Enemies’s Rules [x]
After the Outbreak’s Rules [x]
The Unfallen’s Rules [x]
iRoleplay’s Rules [x]
The Great Race’s Rules [x]
Team Tardis’s Rules [x]
Opulent Living’s Rules [x]
The Compound’s Rules [x]
The Hogwart’s Founding Four [x]
[NOTE: If you know of any other guides on rules please let me know and I will add them to the list. Also, the eleven roleplays I chose were because they all have unique rules in either how they are worded, their tone, and/or the way they are organized.]

allisonroleplays:

RULES MASTERPOST

One of the hardest things I have found is writing up the rules. I always get a feeling of dread that it is too short to be effective or too long for people to actually take in. I compiled a list of guides on rules as well as examples.

Guides on Rules

  • Rpcgron’s How To [x]
  • Megan Help’s Guide [x]
Different Rules, Styles, & Layouts [that are still effective]
  • Realm of Aleria’s Rules [x]
  • Fascinated in Time’s Rules [x]
  • Magical Enemies’s Rules [x]
  • After the Outbreak’s Rules [x]
  • The Unfallen’s Rules [x]
  • iRoleplay’s Rules [x]
  • The Great Race’s Rules [x]
  • Team Tardis’s Rules [x]
  • Opulent Living’s Rules [x]
  • The Compound’s Rules [x]
  • The Hogwart’s Founding Four [x]

[NOTE: If you know of any other guides on rules please let me know and I will add them to the list. Also, the eleven roleplays I chose were because they all have unique rules in either how they are worded, their tone, and/or the way they are organized.]

What Not To Do, EVER! aka The Roleplaying Sins

rpedia:

       This list is a group of things you should 100% never ever do. Things which will automatically make you the Forever Aloner of your roleplaying crowd. These are the #1 ways to kill a roleplay, unless the roleplayers you are playing with are fairly dense or very very easy going. These are things that have proven time and time again to be the worst thing you can do forever. Please don’t do them.

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(Source: cruciothelights)

furples:

Meltwater pool

furples:

Meltwater pool

travelingcolors:

Whirlpool Rapids, Niagara Falls | Canada (by Mark Visosky)

travelingcolors:

Whirlpool Rapids, Niagara Falls | Canada (by Mark Visosky)

emresource:



Font Pack 1 by EmResource


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emresource:

Font Pack 1 by EmResource


Please, like/reblog is you download!

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archiegoodwins:

Lazy Caps Chooser
choose your images more efficiently with less effortUse it to choose your caps, textures or icons!
I’ve recently saw the post about the lazy caps meme (x) and I have thought it’s a very good idea, but of course, there had to be a catch. In my case it’s that I have a lot, and I really meana lotof screen caps already saved to my hard drive. As I thought it a waste of time to download them again, I thought it would be cool if I had an application that would choose some random images from my hard drive. So I coded one. And that’s how Lazy Caps Chooser came to be.
What does Lazy Caps Chooser do?
After you’ve loaded a folder in Lazy Caps Chooser, you simply go to Random menu (or use the keyboard shorcut) and you will see a set of random images from the folder. Hit the keyboard shortcut again and you’ll see a new set of images. Voila!
Select some (from one to all) that you like and by going to Select menu the selected images will be copied in new folder. That’s it! Easy peasy!
Download and Installation
You need to have JRE installed on your computer.Instructionson how to that. (You’ll need at least version 7 so either install anew or update).
And now onto Lazy Caps Chooser:
Download
Unzip the archive somewhere (preferably where you can quickly find it)
Please, read the instructions.txt
How to run Lazy Caps Chooser:
Double click on LazyCapsChooser.jar
Additional notes
Selected files are always copied into new folder named lazily_chosenl ocated in the folder that is currently opened in Lazy Caps Chooser.
If the original images are big and high quality and if it’s the first Random set it might take up to few seconds to render the image previews.
Any troubleshooting questions, ideas and just general feedback is more than welcome in my inbox.

archiegoodwins:

Lazy Caps Chooser

choose your images more efficiently with less effort
Use it to choose your caps, textures or icons!

I’ve recently saw the post about the lazy caps meme (x) and I have thought it’s a very good idea, but of course, there had to be a catch. In my case it’s that I have a lot, and I really meana lotof screen caps already saved to my hard drive. As I thought it a waste of time to download them again, I thought it would be cool if I had an application that would choose some random images from my hard drive. So I coded one. And that’s how Lazy Caps Chooser came to be.

What does Lazy Caps Chooser do?

After you’ve loaded a folder in Lazy Caps Chooser, you simply go to Random menu (or use the keyboard shorcut) and you will see a set of random images from the folder. Hit the keyboard shortcut again and you’ll see a new set of images. Voila!

Select some (from one to all) that you like and by going to Select menu the selected images will be copied in new folder. That’s it! Easy peasy!

Download and Installation

You need to have JRE installed on your computer.Instructionson how to that. (You’ll need at least version 7 so either install anew or update).

And now onto Lazy Caps Chooser:

  1. Download
  2. Unzip the archive somewhere (preferably where you can quickly find it)
  3. Please, read the instructions.txt

How to run Lazy Caps Chooser:

  1. Double click on LazyCapsChooser.jar

Additional notes

  • Selected files are always copied into new folder named lazily_chosenl ocated in the folder that is currently opened in Lazy Caps Chooser.
  • If the original images are big and high quality and if it’s the first Random set it might take up to few seconds to render the image previews.

Any troubleshooting questions, ideas and just general feedback is more than welcome in my inbox.

Sif by Terry Dodson

(Source: spookyscaryspiderjockeys)