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February 12th, 2011


[info]aintafairytale
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[info]aintafairytale
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I'm unsure of if this is okay to post here, but I wasn't sure where else it could go.

What is the best way to gauge the interest in opening an RP for a particular fandom? I've considered opening a Skins RP, but I have no idea if the interest would lie in it being UK or US based, or if there would be any interest at all, and I don't want to put the effort in getting it set up, for it to fall apart though lack of interest.
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[info]jay_sherman
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[info]jay_sherman
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[info]rp_review is now open to fill the void of similar, but sadly gone communities. We will be reviewing games and posting only the cream of the crop of Insane Journal games for your viewing pleasure based on the following criteria:

1. Originality - Also known as "Haven't we seen this premise before?" RP Reviews wants to see games that have unique premises, or even interesting twists on an old favorite.
2. Easy Navigation - Is it hard to figure out where the premise is? A player shouldn't have to struggle to find information.
3. Game Content - Game content must be well written and the presentation must be easy to read. No lime green words on a light gray text, folks!
4. Quality of the Roleplaying (only for active games) - Do community members use proper grammar and punctuation, unless it's IC not to?