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Looking for Roleplay (.LFRP)
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As some folks have seen so far, a new command has been implemented!

.lfrp is meant to supplement and assist folks in getting into RP or getting more people to join whatever RP they are part of. The way it is used is as follows:
  • .lfrp
    LFRP by itself will show you what your current LFRP entry is, if you have one. If you type .lfrp followed by text, it will set that text as your LFRP entry!
  • .lfrp clear
    This will clear your current LFRP entry, if you have one.
  • .lfrp list
    To see what online characters are LFRP (or have an LFRP entry), just type .lfrp list! It will show a list of characters prepended with a timestamp and appended with their LFRP entry. If you type ".lfrp list all", it will show all characters (online or offline) with an LFRP entry.

Note that you can also see LFRP entries from the Account Management site! Any online character with one will be preceded by a LFM icon, and hovering your mouse cursor over it will show the LFRP text.

I hope this will assist folks in getting into more RP and storylines!

Addendum: I also wish to thank @Vrahn for his assistance in helping guide me towards finding issues with the list command! He acted as my rubber duck! :)
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#2
Very useful indeed!
You' seek me help?

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#3
I approve of this. It is a nice feature to have. Sure as hell beats repeatedly asking for RP in all sorts of chats, hoping someone will answer. Thank you!
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#4
Yaaaaayyy. I hope people end up describing their RP as open to random walk ins and add the location. Never know who you are going to end up meeting then!
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#5
It's a kewl command!

Good work. :)

Now to get everyone using it...
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(06-20-2014, 12:00 AM)Vrahn Wrote: It's a kewl command!

Good work. :)

Now to get everyone using it...

Yes indeed, rubber ducky! :D
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