Starter, SpellcasterAcademy Student or Citizen Duelist:
Sasuke was born with automatically loving Spellcaster creatures. His father was like the most famous Spellcaster deck user around. He wanted to follow in his fathers footsteps. His first Spellcaster card was the Dark Magician. His father then put him in the Academy. There he learned many things about dueling. He defeated almost everyone in his way. He came cross a a boy named Danny Dragonia. We were both on the same level and it was a draw.RP Sample:
Sasuke sat down at his writing desk, took up a quill dipped in ink, and began to write. "I have to create this sample for everyone to learn from," The merchant mumbled quietly to himself.
"First I should mention proper punctuation and spelling," Sasuke continued. "We can't expect everyone to be perfect, but it's alway good to try your best, right? Typos happen, but at least make an effort to post legibly so that everyone understands what you're saying."
As the words continued to flow across the paper Sasuke warmed to the subject at hand. "Oh, and spacing your paragraphs out like this, whenever you switch perspectives or start a new line of thought, is the mark of a good writer." Thoughts were coming to the rotund merchant more easily now.
"Write down what your character is thinking or saying, but also what they see and hear. Be descriptive and creative," Sasuke continued, then stopped for a moment to pour himself a drink of loqua from the glass decanter that sat on the side of his writing desk. Taking a sip, he continued.
Here the Nasrean paused. He furrowed his brow in thought for a moment, wording his next passage in his mind before committing it to paper. "RPing is like telling a story, but only in part. Post what is going on at the moment, but don't jump too far ahead of anyone else." Sasuke smiled.
"Oh, but don't make your posts too short. Writing only a sentence or two really ticks Bear off so you should try to fill your posts out by describing your surroundings, what your character is thinking or doing, and generally making your entry worth reading for everyone who posts after you."
Sasuke's quill continued to scratch across the page. "Avoid making entries like this one: