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Post by FD Admin on Sat Nov 09, 2019 5:02 pm

Creating Custom Content

One of the fun things about roleplaying is bringing your own ideas to life. On Fighting Dreamers, you have the freedom to create things for yourself instead of only using the things we give you. Any time you want to make something of your own - whether it's jutsu, stances, clans, or anything else, you'll need to keep a few things in mind:

  • Your custom creations should be written by you - even if you were inspired by something cool you saw elsewhere in the internet, please do not plagiarize.
  • Personalized variations of existing concepts is totally okay so long as it's not intended to act as a Kekkei Genkai or other ability that would otherwise be restricted.
  • We encourage sharing your creations in the Public Databooks, but feel free to let us know if you don't want it added!
  • Please use the templates! I tried to make them easy to fill out without too much fancy coding, but I like everything to look organized. Feel free to ask the staff if you need help with a template. If you can't find the right template, ask for help!
  • Mark anything not ready for review as WIP in the title. If it doesn't say WIP, then a mod may take it as a sign that it's waiting to be reviewed.

All custom creations should be posted in their respective board sections for approval. A Moderator will review your creation and either approve it or advise you on things that need to be changed. Once it's approved, the thread will be moved to the "Approved" section of the board or archived, depending on the type of creation.

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