Metagaming is an "out of character" action where a player's character makes use of knowledge that the player is aware of but that the character is not meant to be aware of.
Examples of metagaming include:
Two common roleplaying acronyms: “In Character” and “Out of Character”. The fastest way to destroy roleplay and create out of character(aka bad) drama is confusing reality with roleplay.
Why it is SO Important to Separate IC from OOC:
There is no way to stress the importance of separating the two. Confusing them…
((Here's the form for characters needing to register their AI's/Androids/Robots with IPS. Please note that these regulations are strictly in-character. Speak with a GM or Inspired if you have any questions or concerns.))
Internal Operations Data Sheet: Form MASIA-1A
The UBC's Allied Regulatory Committee, by and through their local agents, have set forth regulations concerning the…
The background list represents players achievements before roleplay and has an IC affect on their progression and rules. The point to backgrounds is to encourage players to play diverse players and expand their characters history. for every positive background…
In the setting of InSilico, personal privacy is obviously at a premium. Technology connects everything, and you never know who might be tapping in…
But does that mean there are no more secrets, or that information can’t remain hidden from countless prying eyes? In short, no. While it may be more difficult to stay under the radar these days, it certainly isn’t impossible. All it takes is a little critical thinking and a mind towards realistic RP.
Obviously there will be areas…