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Free-Form-Role-Play A game of complete imaginative actions and of clever creativity In fact many seek FFRP to escape the real world for a short time to lose themselves in a relaxing fictional setting stepping into the shoes of characters like those they read of in novels Most people have heard of role playing games the most familiar being Dungeons and Dragons Refereed role playing games or RPGs involve statistical information and dice rolls under the supervision of a game master who creates a situation and determines the outcome depending on the players choices and rolls Free form role play on the other hand has no set scenario and no game master Everyone contributes to the story line in a sort of interactive writing forum simply responding to other characters and situations as they arise Free Form Role Play is a form of role play that is indigenous to the real time chat environment It has but one rule that rule is NO GODS This came to be for several reasons People could meet and talk real time across hundreds even thousands of miles It was easy to create a character to be played as there were no rule books to buy and just that basic rule to follow If everyone played an immortal un-killable or infallible god who knew all saw all and could do anything what fun would it be The main advantages were clear and So FFRP was born Millions of people on all kinds of internet chat systems from AOL to Undernet play FFRP Free Form Role Play Now there are several rooms on these servers Pure FFRP does not rely upon dice random number generators character sheets and extensive rules The system must be kept simple as people of all ages are discovering and becoming involved in FFRP Characters of FFRP consist of a history a basic outline if you will
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