|Posted on November 4, 2013 at 10:35 PM||comments (0)|
Welcome, one and all, to our very first blog post for our newest site, Realistic Action Roleplay, or better known as RARP. In this post, we'll be taking a look at what RARP aims to be, and how we strive to achieve it. We'll give a little insight on how we work and what our vision for the site is, and how we feel we can provide one of the best roleplay experiences on the internet. We'll show you how RARP is different than regular roleplay, and we'll also crack a few jokes along the way. Let's go!
First off, I'd like to introduce myself. My name is Scottedstar (or, rather, my online alias is), but you can call me Scott. I was a former owner at another cat site which I loved running very much, and, after my time was done there, I decided it was time to make a project of my own. This site, RARP, is the realization of that ambition. It's a crowning achievement for me to be able to be able to create an own such an intricate and diverse site such as this one, and I am very excited for the ride to come. I hope all of you will stick with us throughout our journey, as things may be a tad slow right from the get-go, but I promise you that, in the near future, RARP will be a thriving roleplay community filled with roleplay, friendship, and leadership.
My vision for this site follows three main principles, those being friendship, roleplay, and leadership. I'll touch a bit on each of those aspects:
Here, ultimately, is what I want RARP to become. RARP, eventually, will be a roleplay site with three branches. Those branches are Warrior Cats, Harry Potter (which will launch when we get 1,000 members per day on the Warriors page), and Gangland, which focuses on gang life in 1950s New York. Gangland will also launch after the Harry Potter branch gets 1,000 members per day. The reason we are doing this staggered launch sequence is so that we can build each branch's community before branching out into more branches. RARP will employ 45 staff members. 17 for Warriors, 12 for Harry Potter, and 12 for Gangland. Then, we'll have one supervisor for each branch, and then myself. RARP will give back to the community. In a few years, we will be offering the chance to donate to RARP's fund to keep the site running. There will not be a cap for the amount we can accept. Any extra money left over after the site has been paid for will be donated to a charity that prevents child abuse. RARP, when all branches are underway, will have around one large event per week. And, of course, we will offer the best customer service on the Internet.
Thanks, and be sure to check out the rest of the site!