Omegle is a website that sets you up in a chat with a completely random stranger.
RPG is a community of writers working collaboratively to create universes in which they can tell engaging stories.
We've been working on this project for the better part of 20 years and are excited to share what we've built along the way.
So, wanna roleplay, but you're not sure where to go? If you have any further suggestions, send me a message.
(Note: do not send individual roleplaying websites to be linked on this page; this is about sites and services you can use for roleplaying in general.
Chatzy has a few features that make it particularly good for roleplaying.
For one, visitors can view what was recently posted, which means that if your Internet blinks for awhile you can catch up on anything you've missed.With the /rolldie command, you can roll a die of any number of sides, and with the /choose option you can let Chatzy pick from a set of given options at random.So, for example, if you want to add a little suspense to your game, you can ask Chatzy to pick whether your character's efforts at something succeed and fail.Charat is a "pan-fandom" chat service not dissimilar from Omegle where people interested in roleplaying can potentially be found.Usually shortened to "IRC," the Intenet Relay Chat an oldie (1988! While not as simple to use as Chatzy, many IRC networks provide 'bots' created for gamers, such as dice rollers, and unlike Chatzy, you don't have to pay if you want more than ten people in a room.Welcome, welcome, welcome to what is, in our humble opinion, the best role-playing site on the web!