T1 is probably the hardest way to role-play if you are not good at being descriptive. T1 is turn-based, so you have to wait
for your opponent to finish typing his/her attack. It is also paragraph fighting. In a T1 match, your opponent can strike
you. You have the ability to reverse the attack or take the hit and come back with one of your own. In T1, you can ONLY
TYPE ONE ATTACK EACH PARAGRAPH. If you type more than one attack in a paragraph, you will be disqualified. You may need
to type more than one paragraph, so when this is needed, use <C> at the end and begining of your paragraph. Once you
complete your attack/entrance, put an <E> at the end to symbolize the finalization of you paragraph.(There
will be no example, since T1 is so long)
T2 is very simple if you can be describitive.
You have to have a minimum of 7 words for your attack. And the same for the outcome. To reverse you need the minimum
of 10 words. And the same for the reverse outcome. To pin it is 5 words. And when you state and attack or reverse, be describrive
and say their name instead of him or her, or his. So to look at it, it would be: 7-10-10-12-5. Ex: As
John Cena jumps up, he ducks the attack and picks JBL upon his shoulders. Then: John Cena would attempt to toss him over.
Which he did, John Cena smashed JBL's back into the mat hard.
T3 is probably the easiest and noobish way to role-play. All you have to do is say an attack and then type connects.
It's that simple. If you like this style better and like to be called a noob, you might also want to try a font that is 14
or higher.(Ex. Attack: F-U. Ex Connect: Connex)
Now you know how to role-play in all forms. Good luck testing them out!