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[RP] Ancient Dewdrops
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[RP] Ancient Dewdrops

Welcome to Aquarune, an ancient city-state thick with lore, magic, and mystery. Every building has a story to tell, and each citizen has a quest to give. Guilds make up a core part of daily life for workers, adventurers, mages, and guards alike. While isolated, the city opens its arms to outsiders, so if your heart is true, you will be sure to make many friends, allies, and acquaintances.

Ancient Dewdrops is a fantasy roleplay server, set in a medieval-style world with magic. We have an active community, so whether you're just looking for a cool place to chill, someone to write a story with, or a place to roleplay, this server should suit your wants and needs. We're relaxed, but do expect some level of literacy in the roleplaying - at least a sentence or two.

Our roleplay operates under an 'opt-in' system, so you'll never be forced to participate in something you don't want to. We aim to allow players to opt-in to events, instead of forcing them to try and opt out. While combat and pvp makes up part of the server, you are by no means obligated to do such things if they don't hold your interest. We had fleshed out rules for player versus player fights, as well as a tested rubric for judging fights and determining the winner.

We have many features to assist the roleplay such as:
>Multiple roles and titles, attributes and abilities for you to choose from. You can spec out your character with feats and skills.
>A progression system - the more you roleplay, the more reputation your character gains, and the higher rank they become. This allows you to unlock more abilities.
>In-character gold and items, with a shop so you can save up cash to get the perfect weapon. Gold can only be earned via roleplaying.
>Writing bonuses. Get more gold for better work. This allows slower posters who produce quality to climb the ranks just as easily as those who are more casual with their style.
>Quests, which operate similarly to writing prompts with an in-character reward for completion.
>Major guilds and player-run guilds that you can sign up to.
>Many custom commands to boost your quality of life.
>Loremasters and Arbiters that add to the world by DMing for others and creating little snippets of lore.
>A custom drawn map, that's always ready to be added to.

Our server is still growing, so the world is malleable. Perhaps the story of your character could shape the world in greater ways than you might expect.

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Ratings & Reviews

15 reviews
Shimin Shimin
Gud rp server
Oh man, a review thingy. How does this thing work?

Really though, this is a pretty cool server. Meant for RP, and it delivers. If that makes sense. The system that's built into the server gives you a lot of freedom, which is always something you can enjoy. You obviously can't do insane bullshit, because that would most likely ruin others' experiences. With enough conversing with others and legit trying to make it a thing, though? I'd say you got a chance of actually making your idea a reality. Also there's a beautiful lore, but you don't necessarily have to stick to it like glue, you know? It's a giant puddle of melted play dough™ and your universe is playing around and forming it's own little thing. If that makes sense.

The server also has D&D-esque elements too, since people are into that. I know people are into that. That's mostly optional, too. Don't really like that (who are you)? That's all good. Or rather, that's all gud.

Munchy Munchy
Very Unique!
This server is so creative when it comes to character freedoms. They have a strict set of ability and power rules, which allows you to have any character or race from any timeline or planet you can think of! If you have a strange OC that doesn't seem to fit in anywhere, it'll fit in in Aquarune.
Pirate Captain Maki Pirate Captain Maki
Epic Games' game called Fortnite
In this server I've made many friends (enemies too) and all in all I really enjoy the server
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melm melm
Rather mediocre.
Alright. This server is, in a single word, "Meh."

1. The tags say it's literate, the server description says it's literate, the people in the server will say it's literate. It ain't. For the most part, it's what you'd expect if a bunch of one-liners wrote more lines, but all without actually improving the quality of their writing. Multiple of the people in charge of maintaining lore and serving as Game Masters ...don't actually know how to properly do quests, despite one of the more literate user's going through great lengths to be as specific and thorough as possible. This applies to many of the regular users as well, with their writing capping off at "you'd have enjoyed reading it in fifth grade".

I normally wouldn't say something like what I am about to, but I am easily one of the most competent writers there -and I wouldn't really rate myself higher than "pretty good".

2. It's kinda stagnant. As said before, multiple GM-type users can't properly GM, but *none* of them seem to really want to or be able to properly start a real storyline, no matter how minor. No villains, no adventures, not even a proper quest line. It's generally just a group of users, anywhere from two to four, roleplaying independently of the rest of the server. There's no real progress or growth, it's just ...there. You can go on quests, but why bother when none of it makes any real difference to anything.

3. The people there are ...well, kinda absent. There is activity, yes, but it's scarce and what precious little there is is, as mentioned before, isolated to more or less already established groups. Unless you wanna join with friends and form your own such groups or actually wait until you can find an opening to squeeze into, I'd suggest not getting too invested. I, personally, do not like a fair few of the users here, but I am trying to be fair and rate the server, not flame on it.

It has potential, however it feels as though it died before it could ever truly draw upon this. I'd suggest you keep looking.