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HELLO, I'M THE 14TH DOCTOR and your new maintainer
by the14thdr (the14thdr)
at October 2nd, 2009 (08:42 pm)

hello to all!


Posted by: doctor_nyne (doctor_nyne)
Posted at: October 5th, 2009 01:34 am (UTC)

*blinks* Well, hi there!

*was the Ninth and Second Doctors and Victoria Waterfield back when the comm was running*

Posted by: the14thdr (the14thdr)
Posted at: October 5th, 2009 01:44 pm (UTC)
i'd love for you to post again.

i'm trying to bering life back to this forum plus i'm the co-admin for http://sci-fi-role-players.forumotion.net/index.htm . it's another free rp forum and brand new. PLEASE CHECK IT OUT

Posted by: doctor_nyne (doctor_nyne)
Posted at: October 5th, 2009 02:15 pm (UTC)
Re: i'd love for you to post again.

Well, I'm very busy these days, but might be able to bring one character back if you are able to get the structure up and running again. (Can't go off LJ, though; too darned busy. XD) I suppose resetting the comm would mean new rules and a new player signup, yes? Have you tried advertising for new players in the Doctor Who and rp-promotion LJ communities?

Posted by: the14thdr (the14thdr)
Posted at: October 5th, 2009 11:00 pm (UTC)
Re: i'd love for you to post again.

what was the old rules? and how do i advertise and do a new player sign up? i discovered live journal by googline for actice dr who rp groups . i'll make you a moderator. i need your help, please

Posted by: doctor_nyne (doctor_nyne)
Posted at: October 5th, 2009 11:47 pm (UTC)

Really sorry, but I don't have space in my life for modding. Good luck in finding someone to help, though.

You should be able to find the old rules through links on rpgwho's info page -- each Livejournal and LJ community has an info page, and roleplay groups usually post links to important information there. The page has outdated information (such as the banners linking to the old timelines); all that will probably be replaced with new material when you get the community up and running.

Before you start, you may want to familiarize yourself with livejournal roleplay in general. There are lots of games out there, with lots of different rule sets. Rpgwho was community-based, meaning that players created separate journals for their characters, but interacted in tagged posts on the community rather than in their own journals. The player base came out of Livejournal's large community of Doctor Who fans, who are reachable via communities like doctorwho and who_daily (read the posting requirements on the info page before advertising in a community, as some don't allow it). There are also multifandom roleplay advertisement communities whose purpose is to pull in new players for LJ-based roleplaying games. rpg_connect and rp_promotions come to mind. You'll be able to find lots of communities by doing an interests search -- see the box in the upper right hand corner of this page.

Probably your best bet would be to advertise for one or two co-moderators, especially if you haven't modded an LJ roleplay before. Read this community's old rules and the old comment threads to see how previous players viewed them. Reviving a dormant rp community is a major operation and will take time, so don't lose heart! ^__^

Posted by: Rose Tyler (rosetyler)
Posted at: January 16th, 2010 06:57 am (UTC)


Posted by: the14thdr (the14thdr)
Posted at: January 16th, 2010 03:10 pm (UTC)

hello back. r u new?

Posted by: Jo LeCor (jo_lecor)
Posted at: May 8th, 2010 07:01 am (UTC)

Hello! :)

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