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PostSubject: Character Aging   Sun Mar 12, 2017 7:31 pm

When it comes to aging characters, it's actually quite simple. Whether you choose to age your character, or not, is up to you. Keep in mind that you only have a set time to age your character before you have to wait a year to pass by.

How it works
Aging follows the seasons in real life. If your character was born in the Spring, you can age your character when Spring rolls around in Roleplay. You can join the Roleplay in Spring with your character as a pup and age them to a year with a timeskip. After that, the character must stay age 1 until a year when Spring rolls around again in the roleplay; adults are the same case. When your wolf reaches age six, their skill points deplete by 5 every month that passes in real life.

Deseased Characters
Let us say you no longer want the character you have or perhaps you just want the character to experience an epic death so you can start with a new character. Doing so comes with a few conditions. You do not need to kill off your character to start a new one. You can have a username change or have the account deactivated and start frwah with a new one. Deaths come by the help of the Game Master playing as the force of how your character dies. Once a character has been killed, you can only 'bring them back' with a resurrection stone from the pack store or an event that resurrects your character if you desire in the process of the event.
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