Star Citizen Roleplay / RPNET

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Welcome to RPNET, the network for roleplayers in the Verse. Interested in RP, join us to find kindred spirits.

Star Citizen Roleplay’s Discord Channel



History

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AFFILIATED ORGS:

7th Squadron ‘Lucky Sevens’

ACES

Benette Indepednent Research Foundation

Blazing Rapture

Galactic Fifth Column

Icarus Interstellar Incorporated

Independent Miners Guild

Intergalactic Airlines

Intergalactic Enterprises

Ku’Lin Nation

Oracle Deepspace Operations

Paddo’s Parts

Pick and Shield

The Pirate Brotherhood of Libertalia

Squad 110

Swan Astronautics

The Terran Concilium of Interstellar Merchants

UEE Joint Task Force

Takao Incorporated

Via Caeli

Vulture Corp

The Wicked Few

The history of SCRP/RPNET is pretty straightforward. Before the addition of the roleplay forum on the RSI forums/spectrum, we were working towards gathering roleplayers for communication purposes. Skymaster and ValravenPrime set up an Enjin website called starcitizenroleplay.org, and they reached out to mediaflare to help herd the masses. At this point the RP forum was set up on RSI, and mediaflare and Lavender created RPCL , a contact list organization designed to help players find each other for RP purposes.

With RPCL having gone dormant, and activity on starcitizenroleplay.org picking up with 3.0 getting closer to Evocati and PTU release, the two groups merged into RPNET.

With the evolution of Spectrum, and its inevitable integration inside the game, it was agreed that the website and old org could become a single entity on Spectrum, allowing other Orgs easy access to find other members or Orgs for RP purposes.

Legacy links:
Star Citizen Roleplay’s Discord Channel
Star Citizen Roleplay’s Enjin Forum pages

With more and more functionality in Spectrum, the intent is to move fully over from these legacy sites to Spectrum.

Manifesto

We aim to provide an open network and resource site for anyone interested in roleplaying in Star Citizen’s Verse, regardless of roleplay style or character affiliation. This organisation is not in character in itself, but is intended as a means of bringing roleplayers together to facilitate in character interactions and generate roleplay in the ‘verse.

Legacy links:
Star Citizen Roleplay’s Discord Channel
Star Citizen Roleplay’s Enjin Forum pages

As Spectrum develops and gains the functionality currently provided through Discord and Enjin, we intend to phase out the use of these legacy tools in favour of Spectrum.

Charter

RPNET is an OOC (out of character) organisation intended to help facilitate roleplay by bringing together various roleplaying groups and individuals. It does not exist as an IC (in character) organisation, but does provide spaces for IC interaction to occur outside the game and may arrange IC events within the game as development progresses. As such, our rules are simple and intended to promote a co-operative OOC environment.

  1. This is not an IC org, there are no requirements in terms of activity or exclusivity of membership. It’s expected most members will be affiliates due to the nature of the organisation.
  2. RPNET serves primarily to provide OOC networking and opportunities for roleplayers and those who seek to join roleplay in Star Citizen.
  3. It is expected that all members will be respectful and avoid name calling, harassment, trolling, etc. Civil debate is expected, heated arguments should be handled privately.
  4. Recruitment though RPNET is permitted and encouraged, though only place ads in the designated recruitment section. Spam is not permitted.
  5. Make appropriate use of the IC and OOC sections and tags. If a thread is IC, refrain from making an OOC post there. The inverse applies to OOC threads.

Legacy links:
Star Citizen Roleplay’s Discord Channel
Star Citizen Roleplay’s Enjin Forum pages

As Spectrum develops and gains the functionality currently provided through Discord and Enjin, we intend to phase out the use of these legacy tools in favour of Spectrum.