Anonymous asked: To get straight to the point, I wrote a reply to this one RP group post, and this one lady thinks that it's too dramatic... And the only thing that my character is doing is standing up to her abusive husband (the charrie that the girl plays). She seems as if alshe is refusing to reply to my post until I change it, but some other people have already responded and don't think it's dramatic at all! I've had trouble with this girl before, but not like this! Any advice? Thanks!
Hi, I know this was asked in November, and I’m unsure if you’re having this problem still or not, but I’m going to answer it and hope that it helps you or someone else in your situation.
I would ask her what she thinks is too dramatic. Explain to her that it’s not, and then go on to help her understand what exactly your character is doing. I think it’s great that she’s standing up to her abusive husband, and since that seems to be the point of the plot, who wouldn’t love even more drama?
If she refuses to answer to your post, you can tell her that you no longer wish to continue the plot with her, and that you’ll find someone else to RP it with. She shouldn’t have control over your character or your writing. It’s your character, and you can do what you please.
But perhaps finding a compromise would be a good way to keep the plot going and find a comfortable medium where you can thread like crazy and have fun doing it! But if she’s being a bit too controlling, then don’t let her push you around.