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PostSubject: Roleplay 'guide'   Sat Jun 25, 2011 11:12 am



Terms:

Male

- Titan
- Brute
- Masculine
- Hellios
- Baron
- Incubus
- Fellow
- Macho
- Bloke
- Hunter
- Demon

Female

- Vixen
- Matron
- Matriarch
- Huntress
- Maiden
- Dame
- Damsel
- She-devil
- Queen
- Demoness
- Effeminate

Pup

- Youth
- Adolescent
- Youngster
- Juvenile
- Infant
- Minor
- Pubescent
- Puerile
- Suckling
- Offspring
- Nursling

Big

- Prodigious
- Colossal
- Mammoth
- Jumbo
- Large
- Massive
- Giant
- Lanky
- Towering
- Elevated
- Alpine

Small

- Minuscule
- Petite
- Short
- Minute
- Miniature
- Meager
- Diminutive
- Petty
- Little
- Trivial
- Scanty

Muscular



- Brawny
- Strapping
- Burly
- Bulky
- Athletic
- Robust
- Thick
- Mighty
- Stalwart
- Sturdy
- Herculean



Eyes

- Orbs
- Ocular
- Oculus
- Optics
- Lamps
- Luminaries
- Occuli
- Depths
- Chasms
- Voids
- Orbits

Ears



- Auditory
- Audit
- Lobes
- Pinna
- Auricle
- Lug
- Twin Zeniths
- Atrii
- Duos
- Flutes
- Receptors



Muzzle/Nose



- Jowls (M)
- Jaws (M)
- Orifice (M)
- Mandible (M)
- Chops (M)
- Snout (M/N)
- Maw (M)
- Nostrils (N)
- Nares (N)
- Adenoids (N)
- Proboscis (N)



Teeth



- Canines
- Fangs
- Razors
- Incisors
- Ivories
- Pearls
- Sabers
- Tusks
- Carnassial
- Molars
- Bicuspid



Head



- Apex
- Cranium
- Cerebrum
- Skull
- Dial
- Crown
- Cusp
- Temple
- Culmination
- Tiara
- Scalp



Neck



- Nape
- Boa
- Curvature
- Serpentine
- Crest
- Throat
- Jugular
- Arch
- Scruff
- Isthmus
- Cape



Body



- Frame
- Bulk
- Form
- Embodiment
- Mass
- Corpse
- Facade
- Anatomy
- Physique
- Figure
- Assembly



Legs



- Appendages
- Posts
- Limbs
- Pedestals
- Foundations
- Fulcrums
- Pillars
- Pistons
- Shanks
- Stilts
- Segments



Chest



- Cage
- Thorax
- Barrel
- Caverns
- Bosom
- Upper Trunk
- Ribs
- Breast
- Peritoneum
- Pulmonary cavity
- Coelom



Tail



- Banner
- Tassel
- Plume
- Plumage
- Swatter
- Rope
- Teaser
- Pendulum
- Whip
- Plush
- Train



Butt

- Rump
- Rear
- Haunches
- Flanks
- Derriere
- Gluteus Maximus
- Seat
- Hindquarters
- Tail-end
- Bottom
- Backside

Fur/Skin



- Pelt
- Hide
- Pelage
- Peltry
- Coat
- Tresses
- Fleece
- Epidermis
- Husk
- Pellicle
- Derma



Claws/Paws



- Talons
- Scythes
- Spurs
- Daggers
- Barbs
- Grappler
- Nail
- Pincer
- Nipper
- Peds
- Pads



Water



- Liquid
- Fluid
- H2o
- Serum
- Agua
- Diluent
- Thinner
- Irrigation
- Adam's Ale
- Flood
- Rain



Lands



- Domain
- Territory
- Province
- Kingdom
- Vicinity
- Turf
- Expanse
- Geography
- Realm
- Sector
- Kingdom



Plant life



- Foliage
- Thicket
- Brush
- Bush
- Leafage
- Debris
- Vegetation
- Greens
- Shrubbery
- Herbage
- Frondescence



Dark



- Dull
- Cimmerian
- Aphotic
- Atrementous
- Dim
- Dingy
- Lurid
- Shaded
- Obscure
- Sooty
- Pitch



Light



- Lucid
- Bright
- Brilliant
- Vivid
- Luminous
- Radiant
- Fluorescent
- Lustrous
- Glowing
- Illuminated
- Shining



Red



- Crimson
- Scarlet
- Rouge
- Carmine
- Cherry
- Inflamed
- Blood-stained
- Cardinal
- Rose
- Rust
- Ruddy



Orange



- Apricot
- Peach
- Coral
- Tangerine
- Cantaloupe
- Coquelicot
- Salmon
- Fulvous
- Tawny
- Sinopia
- Ochre



Yellow/Cream



- Blonde
- Tan
- Canary
- Gold
- Lemon
- Straw
- Daffodil
- Dandelion
- Buff
- Aureolin
- Nude



Green



- Ivy
- Emerald
- Jade
- Moss
- Sage
- Pine
- Olive
- Malachite
- Mint
- Myrtle
- Forest



Blue



- Cerulean
- Aqua
- Azure
- Cobalt
- Cyan
- Sapphire
- Navy
- Oceanic
- Crystal
- Ice
- Indigo



Purple

- Wine
- Lilac
- Lavender
- Muave
- Malberry
- Periwinkle
- Plum
- Violet
- Veronica
- Regalia
- Patriarch

Black



- Ebony
- Raven
- Onyx
- Obsidian
- Jet
- Charcoal
- Inky
- Midnight
- Pitch Black
- Ebonite
- Smokey



Brown

- Chocolate
- Cocoa
- Earthy
- Timber
- Hazel
- Amber
- Ginger
- Auburn
- Cinnamon
- Fawn
- Russet

White
- Pallid
- Bleached
- Blanche
- Albino
- Alabaster
- Achromatic
- Ashen
- Pure
- Moon washed
- Pearly
- Waxen



Grey



- Silver
- Misted
- Slate
- Stone
- Clouded
- Powdered
- Oyster
- Peppered
- Mousy
- Dappled
- Lead



Calm



- Tranquil
- Peaceful
- Bland
- Civil
- Mild
- Placid
- Serene
- Nonchalant
- Quiet
- Pastoral
- Relaxed



Sad



- Somber
- Morose
- Dismal
- Dejected
- Depressed
- Forlorn
- Gloomy
- Mirthless
- Sorrowful
- Melancholy
- Troubled



Angry



- Annoyed
- Enraged
- Ferocious
- Bitter
- Irritated
- Turbulent
- Cross
- Hateful
- Vexed
- Indignant
- Irked



Aggressive



- Hostile
- Belligerent
- Barbaric
- Disruptive
- Quarrelsome
- Threatening
- Rapacious
- Intrusive
- Bellicose
- Domineering
- Forceful



Happy



- Euphoric
- Ecstatic
- Jubilant
- Elated
- Joyous
- Gleeful
- Mirthful
- Perky
- Satisfied
- Pleasant
- Playful



Wise



- Sensible
- Perceptive
- Insightful
- Clever
- Intuitive
- Rational
- Keen
- Contemplative
- Sagacious
- Cunning
- Judicious



Tired



- Fatigued
- Jaded
- Weary
- Exasperated
- (over) Taxed
- Drained
- Overburdened
- Dispirited
- Beat
- Worn
- Exhausted



Love



- Affection
- Lust
- Amour
- Fondness
- Enchantment
- Ardency
- Infatuation
- Passion
- Adoration
- Admiration
- Cherish


Wolf Communication


• Growls and other low-pitched sounds usually indicate expressions of frustration or anger.
- These sounds are usually a warning that the wolf is irritated, feeling threatened, or taking an aggressive stance.

• Whimpers, whines and other high-pitched sounds usually indicate that the wolf wants attention or feels sad or distressed.
- A flattening of the ears and the lowering of the head and tail usually accompany these sounds.

• Yelps and yips usually indicate that the wolf is startled, frightened or in pain.

• Murrs and soft, rumbling moans are sounds of contentment.

• Chuffs, huffs and barks are usually a greeting or a way of alerting others to the wolfs presence.

• Chuffles and Snorts are the equivalent of wolf chuckles and indicate that the wolf is amused.

• Howls are a way to call out to other wolves in the distance, declare territory, express deep sorrow and anguish, or express triumphant joy.
- The pitch, timber and length of the howl are directly indicative of its meaning.

* The harshness of each sound will indicate its meaning. A low growl could be a warning to keep your distance whereas an all out snarl would mean back off or else . The same applies to all other wolf sounds, as well.



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Wolf Actions


• Pounces are a way of being playful. They are much like a playful tackle and usually intended to illicit a session of chase and tumble.

• Nuzzles are a way of showing affection. When two wolves brush their muzzles together, it is known as nuzzling. Nuzzling does not necessarily indicate anything more than friendship, but is more common between mated pairs than simple pack mates.

• Snorks are a way of playfully teasing another wolf in hopes of encouraging it to play. When a wolf snorts into another wolfs ear, this is known as a snork. This action is most often employed by higher ranking or parent wolves wishing to play with a younger wolf or pup.

• Snuffles are when a wolf noses and sniffs into another wolfs fur. This can be an affectionate and familiar form of greeting or simply a way of saying, I like you.

• Slurps and licks are affectionate actions. They are simply a way to show a friend, family member, or mate that the wolf cares about them.

• Tail wags show that a wolf is happy. The position of the tail can also indicate the wolfs current mood. If the tail is held high, the wolf is feeling confident. If the tail is held low or between the legs, the wolf is feeling frightened or nervous. When the wolf is relaxed, the tail will hang down, curling slightly upward at the tip.

• Nips are quick, snapping bites. These can be playful attempts at teasing in hopes of starting a play fight or a sign that the wolf wishes to be left alone. It is usually obvious which way the nip is meant to be taken.

• Snarls are an aggressive exposure of the teeth accomplished by wrinkling the muzzle and curling back the lips. Snarls are usually accompanied by growling sounds and should be considered a threat of violence or a warning to back off.

• Ear positioning, much like the position of the tail, can be a reliable indicator of a wolf's mood. When a wolf is feeling happy, confident, playful or aggressive, the ears will be held erect. When a wolf is feeling sorrowful, apologetic or defeated, the ears will be held down in the closed position. When a wolf is feeling threatened, frightened or intimidated, the ears will be pinned back tightly to its head. This posture is commonly seen as a wolf approaches a higher-ranking wolf, such as the pack Alpha.

• Hunting is usually done at night. Wolves primarily prey upon large hoofed mammals such as deer, caribou, elk, and moose, but sometimes eat berries, birds, beaver, fish, and insects. Animals that they kill are usually young, old, or otherwise weaker members of their populations because they are easiest to capture. Most pursuits of prey range in length from 100 yards to 3 miles.

I Do Not Claim this guide, I've mostly copy pasted. But this is just for help after all~
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PostSubject: Re: Roleplay 'guide'   Sat Jun 25, 2011 1:22 pm

Thanks for adding this Forgiven, I've seen a lot of people on other sites who don't know about RPing, and those people might migrate to this website.
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