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There will be sex, drugs, and alcohol portrayed here. If you can’t handle that, then this isn’t the roleplay for you.
You can have GIF conversations, of course, but we strongly encourage paraing. Please insert 1985 into the Anything Else section of your application. Paras are how you develop your character further and it gets boring just having GIF conversations constantly. Trust me, we know.
There are lengthy bios for a reason: so that you can stick with your character. If there is something you want to change, let an admin know, and we will decide upon it.
IC drama is highly encouraged. I can not stress this enough. I’ve been in an RP where OOC drama almost tore the group apart. If you have a problem with someone OOC, please let the admins know. You can deal with it privately, but if we see you starting OOC drama, we will message you with a warning. After two warnings, you are out.
Include everyone. You wouldn’t like it if you were to log on to see everyone else interacting on the dashboard, but no one acknowledging your character. It’s discouraging. The same goes for the OOC blog; do not just limit discussion between some sort of cult; it makes others feel uncomfortable.
Once you are accepted, you have 24 hours to make your account. You are also required to make at least one post in character. This does not include reblogging a graphic or audio post.
Reblog as text and cut your posts. We will message you telling you to do so if we see that you are not doing so. If you don’t understand how to do so, we will gladly explain.
You cannot make another character do or say something unless you’ve contacted the person behind the character to do so. This goes for plots as well. If you are unsure of what godmodding is, click here.
You know who you’re up against now, so how badly do you want that last spot? It’s now or never, college kiddies.
✎ Once word of Effy Baker’s victory got out, the last of the top ten were called for their own solo challenges. The proof of success will be that much more motivating for them - if not mortifying, should they be one of the four who loses and suffers dire consequences. Again, the judges have set out to humiliate the contestants - and, well, the older you are, the more demons you have to face…
Kendall Myers, do you want to join your girlfriend in the seventh circle of hell? Commit your sins, darling. They’ll only ever be as bad as hers.
➳ Kendall has been instructed to take the fall for his girlfriend and turn himself in for the destruction of his brother’s contributions to the Rosewood hall of fame. In addition, he must enlist Olivia Duncan's help in ridding himself of the charges, by any means necessary - and by that, the judges mean insinuating that his crush remains. After all, who else could you possibly ask but the only girl who could hold a candle to little miss mighty?
Kennedy Marceaux, you were born for this. You know it, and we know it. Still, we’re not going to make it easy for you. Encapsulate your place as the villain of this town, and the spot is yours.
➳ Kennedy has been instructed to cover Ravenwood’s campus and building hallways with the journal pages the Heathers so meticulously created - the ones that have nearly been forgotten. In addition, she must record an admission of guilt in prior actions, along with individual apologies to the original Heathers - which will unexpectedly interrupt Rosewood’s broadcasting system in real time. Oh, and one last thing - she’ll have to admit that her accusations against Tinsley Chadwell were completely and utterly false.
Pete Verona, you’ve been pulling out your pity card for far too long. Show the cojones you swear you have by being the good guy, or else.
➳ Pete has been instructed to convince his mother to press domestic violence charges against him. He must do so by any means necessary. In his case, it would probably be best to succeed through threats rather than action. Or, if he’s particularly timid, he can try trapping himself under the guise of “doing the right thing.” It’s entirely up to him; regardless, he’ll have to be in handcuffs by sunrise - and without breaking the game’s most obvious rule - to qualify.
Ram Sweeney, you were once the most depraved student to set upon this town - if not through personality, then reputation. Time to channel that again.
➳ Ram has been instructed to entice five girls from his little black book to head on over to the Ravenwood football field, where he will all convince them to participate in the filming of a fun, just the slightest bit beyond (no super elaborate stripteases or porn, please and thank you) cheerleading flick for the team. The only stipulation? He must get all of the girls to consent and participate without their alerting others of the situation.
Two-Bit Montgomery, you’re meant to be the one to beat. You’ve middled along until now, but your efforts have to start counting.
➳ Two-Bit has been instructed to cross the tracks and return to his roots once more - by setting fire to Ravenwood’s LGBT center. He must do so without getting caught, or drawing instantaneous attention to the crime. He should leave a note giving all indications towards his action being a hate crime. If he’s smart, he’ll take all the precautions he ever has, and not leave as much as a fingerprint.
➳ There is always going to be a major stipulation to any of these challenges: you cannot decide the outcome for your character. You can write about anything else surrounding the challenge itself.
➳ Because these are solo challenges, your characters have free reign! Choose what you wish to address, and be creative.
➳ Focus on creativity in execution! That’s what will make reading these paras fun. Are these challenges a reminder of the source of your character’s fear? What’s your character’s stream of consciousness like? What else do you consider relevant to the task at hand?
➳ Everyone has until 12AM EST on Tuesday, September 23rd to post their solo paras in the chwpanic tag.
➳ Once the deadline passes, dashboard activity will surround the aftermath of the challenge. The results and point distributions will ideally be revealed instantaneously. If you’re going to be late, please let me know so I can take that into account! Conversely, if all five solo paras are handed in early, the judgment will be completed earlier.
➳ As always, I’m happy to answer any questions you have! This is the home stretch, so go big or go home.
✎ With one half of the top ten going to war, the first set of solo challenges went off without a hitch - if not with a few sacrifices of dignity along the way. As promised, one contestant remains to compete in the Joust, and will await their opponent, who will be revealed following the second round of solos. As far as to who that member of the top two is, well…
Did we forget to warn you of the larger consequences if you were to lose? Well, oops. That’s just the name of the game.
➳ Four contestants were ultimately eliminated. Calvin James and Taissa Fray were both arrested - the former for public indecency (the details - and video evidence - of which will be on the morning news tomorrow) and the latter for breaking and entering and vandalism. Matilda Wormwood suffered her loss through an “accidental” transmission of her scandalous phone conversation, the audio recording making its rounds through an anonymous, school-wide text. Scott Curtis remained in police custody and is still the primary suspect for the Rosewoodapalooza fire. Which left Effy Baker, the high school champion of Panic, and the first competitor in the Joust. She was not caught, nor reprimanded for her participation in the game.
All Panic entries are due in less than ten minutes! Please be prompt so the judgment can be made as soon as possible.
You know, to be honest, I can’t give a generalized answer to that because every case is different.
So to me, the best way to go about that is to message us off anon if you’re interested in reapplying because I’m always open to hearing anyone out and you know, if you’re interested in building a bridge once again, who am I to say no to that?
Pulp Fiction may be a bit difficult to adapt, but the Cry-Baby cast has been a part of our group in the past. We may revisit it at some point, if inspiration strikes.
Welcome back to Can't Hardly Wait, Karen! I'm quite happy to see this application for October, because you certainly divulged into who she is in a great way. I'm truly ready to see what you'll bring to our roleplay with her.
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Soon, I promise!