Improving Your Role-playing

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First things first, I know that many people who are into role-play have a really dismal time learning how to write really alluring sentences that awake that hidden desire inside your partner.

An astounding amount of role-players are unaware, that with a few simple steps, you can greatly improve your writing. How? In order to get a better grasp of the situation, we have to understand the notion of role-playing.

First of all, the way we do things are of utmost importance. For example, if I say: "I love you" with a casual voice as if I were informing you that your coffee is ready, that would sound awful, and would impact you negatively.

But on the other hand, if I whisper the same thing to you as I hug you closely while sitting on a park bench with a lot of beautiful flowers in the vicinity, that's completely different.

What's the difference? Details. Therefore the point on which we'll focus today will be "How to be descriptive".

Let's take a look at this example:

"He wraps his arms around you and puts his lips on yours."

Good, but definitely can be improved. How? There are 3 major points to achieve that. (Well, more than 3 but the rest will be discussed some other time)

1) Adjectives, adjectives, adjectives

All nouns shall be constantly accompanied by an adjective. Let's have a look at our example.

"He wraps his arms around you and puts his lips on yours."

As we stated before that sounds pretty informative. But no one wants to have sex with a fucking railway station announcer. Trust me, if we do it like this:

"He wraps his manly and muscular arms around you and puts his divine lips on yours"

Better right? But we can still improve it.

2) Adverbs, adverbs, adverbs

The previous sentence isn't bad although it's still worlds away from perfection. "Wraps" Sounds pretty casual right? You're not a flipping package from the Red Cross to be wrapped with something. That's why we can add adverbs. Each verb shall be accompanied by one :

"He tenderly wraps his manly and muscular arms around you and carefully but still in a domineering way he puts his divine lips on yours."

Better right? But still not exactly there yet.

3) If you can't write long sentences, don't. If you do it badly, it will be really strenuous to read.

For example here - the sentence is pretty descriptive, however, its flow sucks:

"He tenderly wraps his manly and muscular arms around you and carefully but still in a domineering way he puts his divine lips on yours."

There are a few issues here. Punctuation, readability and clarity of the message. If we fix them we get:

"He tenderly wraps his manly and muscular arms around you as he carefully, but still bossing the action, puts his divine lips on yours."

Better but still not there. We know a lot about him, but you're there too~! Let's try adding something about you using the rules we got so far.

"He tenderly wraps his manly and muscular arms around your voluptuous and curvy body as he carefully, but still bossing the action, puts his divine lips on the outline of yours marked with your favourite cherry-red lipstick."

That looks a lot better and the basic message we wanted to convey is still clear and free of any opaque wording. I believe those 3 steps are enough to improve your role-play by several levels.

In conclusion: Be descriptive and don't let those nouns and verbs rot alone! They deserve the love and company of adverbs and adjectives, but keep it reasonable~

XoXo Gabriela~

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♡ Dame Gabriela ♡
Your casual neighbourhood girl, mostly occupied with story-writing and chemistry~ My biggest dream~? To have a substantial amount of forget-me-nots in my vicinity. ♥

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