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There are varied genres of online text-based roleplaying, including fantasy, drama, horror, anime, science fiction, and media-based fan role-play.

Role-playing games based on popular media (for example, the Harry Potter series) are common, and the players involved tend to overlap with the relevant fandoms.

On the one hand, text-based games allows players to exercise their writing skills, while using writing as a medium.

The internet also makes it relatively easier for individuals to meet and play together.

Play-by-post role-playing games or PBP RPGs refer to another type of text-based gaming.

Rather than following gameplay in real-time, such as in MUDs, players post messages on such media as bulletin boards, online forums, Chatrooms (such as like AOL,hangouts and Yahoo chat) and mailing lists to which their fellow players will post role-played responses without a real limit or timeframe.

Script format is a simple stating of what each character is saying, post by post, with little to no mention of said characters' actions, whereas Story format requires that the character's actions be mentioned, including the surroundings and a general description of what is going on.

Types of behavior commonly considered breaches of etiquette include powergaming and godmoding.a broad family of server software tracing their origins back to MUD1 and being used to implement a variety of games and other services.Many of these platforms implement Turing-complete programming languages and can be used for any purpose, but various types of server have historical and traditional associations with particular uses: "mainstream" MUD servers like LPMud and Diku MUD are typically used to implement combat-focused games, while the Tiny MUD family of servers, sometimes referred to by the term MU*, are more usually used to create "social MUDs" devoted to role-playing and socializing, or non-game services such as educational MUDs.The origins of this style of role-playing are unknown, but it most likely originated in some form during the mid-to-late 1980s when BBS systems began gaining in popularity.Usually it is played through 'Script' and 'Story' format, both styles are interchangeable and work well but it depends on which the player prefers, or which the human administrator insists upon.Some online-text based role playing games are video games, but some are organized and played entirely by humans through text-based communication.