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Dragon Metal Edit
Dragon metal in general should not be used as itself in roleplay, simply because it is OP by itself. That being said, there is no rule explicitly stating that dragon metal is forbidden- the guide on metals states that "In general, it is not accepted in roleplay due to its rarity and power."
In my view, this clause expresses all that needs to be said- You will have to prove yourself very, very good to own a piece of dragon metal IC. By the time you accomplish that, you should have attained a number of people who trust you to use it fairly and well- thus legitimizing your claim.
I'll just leave this here for you. The fact that your Mahjarrat character apparently is not only 'very powerful', but also supposed to be accepted in lore (unless you have a great other reason for being at the Ritual) has given me the very closest thing I have had to a real ragefit for a long while.
Let it be known that I am here speaking as a completely ordinary, though thoroughly annoyed, person momentarily setting aside any courtesies bestowed as Admin otherwise.
Ok, Would you please go to the point where you want to get to? I had my character limited in certain ways, that it is yet incomplete, only, in so far, have I gotten it fairly pointed, his history. Anything else due for no other information added, please do note it is a "incomplete article." So please, don't get so ragefit, I am still trying to get things right betweeen certain points, yo can give me pointers I would really love them, This is my second race I made, and I do have trouble getting it done. — Kinglink15 (Kinglink15) 22:25, October 25, 2013 (UTC)
Very well, I shall take a deep breath and launch into a lengthy explanation of what I think makes a mahjarrat character acceptable to play.
- Read, comprehend and if in any way possible, adapt to the Divisional Split Theory. This is perhaps the most important step to get your mahjarrat character accepted- simply because not doing so will create a number of other problems.
- Go through the Mahjarrat guide thoroughly. It details a number of helpful pointers on the race, how to make it fit roleplay, as well as an entire section on how to create a mahjarrat character that can be easily fitted into roleplay.
- Ask any widely accepted mahjarrat roleplayer you know of and can find for advice on how to improve on your character, its history and abilities.
More specific pointers (and yes, I excuse in advance that these may be tinted with anger):
- Please forget the notion of being 'the very powerful' mahjarrat. It only causes dispute and war along the lines of 'who is stronger', which usually ends up in a festering pile of OOC complaints and overpowered abilities made to counter overpower.
- Do not, and I repeat, do not say that your character is in lore or directly involved in lore. If your character had been at the Ritual of Rejuvenation, the quest would have showed it- unless you were absent on that particular day. Which again would have been noted by Zemouregal, who kept notes of all known mahjarrat alive- except the ones excused by the Divisional Split Theory.
- This also counts for direct interaction with important personas in lore: If you say Sliske thinks something about your character, you are powerplaying a character made by Jagex- essentially lorebreaking.
- Reputation. Reputation is a wonderful thing to have, but I personally believe it should be earned. Which again means that by all means, you can write your character wonderful reputations in the past, as long as he starts with a relatively blank slate in roleplay. If roleplayers know your character, both IC and OOC, as they will if you play it well, you have accomplished your goal!
I'll be back tomorrow, read through everything very thoroughly again and give you another round of opinions.
Last, but not least, if you are going to answer to someone who has posted on your talk page, do it on theirs. The likelihood that they will be checking your talk page for answers is rather small.