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'''In character''', shortened '''IC''', is a [[roleplaying]] term. Whenever you are roleplaying, you are "in character", meaning you act as your character would in that situation. Behaving as you, the player, normally would is termed [[out of character]], or '''OOC'''.
 
'''In character''', shortened '''IC''', is a [[roleplaying]] term. Whenever you are roleplaying, you are "in character", meaning you act as your character would in that situation. Behaving as you, the player, normally would is termed [[out of character]], or '''OOC'''.
   
'''Out of character''' comments are frequently marked by the use of double parentheses or other punctuation.
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'''Out of character''' comments are frequently marked by using the emote chat system.
   
 
:''In character:'' Mina glares at Throg. "That's because I hate you."
 
:''In character:'' Mina glares at Throg. "That's because I hate you."
:''Out of character:'' Mina says: (( LOL ))
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:''Out of character:'' Mina - brb, dinner.
 
 
[[Category:Game terms]]
 
[[Category:Game terms]]
 
[[Category:Roleplaying]]
 
[[Category:Roleplaying]]

Latest revision as of 15:15, April 23, 2010

In character, shortened IC, is a roleplaying term. Whenever you are roleplaying, you are "in character", meaning you act as your character would in that situation. Behaving as you, the player, normally would is termed out of character, or OOC.

Out of character comments are frequently marked by using the emote chat system.

In character: Mina glares at Throg. "That's because I hate you."
Out of character: Mina - brb, dinner.

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