Roleplay Scoring

How does your roleplay entertain? Is the story realistic? Is it inline with the tone your character has set? How enjoyable the full read of the roleplay is. Get your points across in an entertaining original manner for full points!

Points 1-10

Keeping on point with the situation with your character and their upcoming match is the key to scoring max points here, remember you’re hyping the match not just yourself, adjust yourself to the style of your opponent if you’re struggling, if he’s a monster, treat him like a monster or a wannabe, if he’s a cowardly heel play off that. We want content about your opponent but we don’t want you to bury them completely, sell their strengths and use that as a reason why it’s a big deal you’re going over!

Points 1-10

This is a big one, let’s see something new, we don’t always want to read the same backstage interview or the same in ring promo, mix it up, build your character through these experiences and it will really link into the entertainment factor

Points 1-5

If you’ve been put into a storyline, a lot of hard work has gone into it to make sure it’s as fun an entertaining for you as it should be, keeping to that storyline and hyping the continuations, the turns and twists will see you scoring maximum points here. IIW as a community is very invested in storylines throughout the fed

Points 1-10

Helping your uncle jack off a horse, or helping your Uncle Jack off a horse has two completely different meanings, it counts for a lot!

Points 1-5

Building in the detail and building the scene is very nuanced and can add a lot to your roleplay, ‘walking to the ring’ and ‘strolling to the ring with a smirk on his face’ is a very small change but adds a lot to the content

Points 1-5

Spaced Out Roleplay – 3 Points
Picture Enhancement – 1 point
Colour Management – 2 points