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The game’s strange universe forced young adolescents like myself to go into online chat rooms to seek interpretations of the game’s eco-terrorist characters and biopunk style.
What we found was not direct explanations of the game’s characters, but styles of playing with those characters, sometimes brawling, sometimes erotic.
Yet nearly two decades since Chat RP’s heyday, there is still very little (if any) awareness of it.
Literary scholars and magazine writers don’t notice it, and in fiction circles, Chat RP is still practically unheard of.
Within chat room roleplaying (Chat RP), 1997 was a very crucial year.
The game was released in January, elevating character-driven stories in video games.
The act of roleplaying lies somewhere between transition and drag, between taking identity seriously and making fun of it.
Nearly every character you meet in the RP realm is pansexual.
They are able to imagine modern day settings like Japan or New York as playful and erotic stages of powerplay.
In my roleplays, I transform these “traps” into androgynous beings whose biology I never feel necessary to reveal as male, female or queer, since RPers need not use pronouns (him, her, they).
Chat RP’s unique combination of eroticism, fan fiction and transience, makes it easy to disregard as smut, or, even worse, as mere “workshop” writing.
Included in this unleashing of infinite play time was the AOL chat room service, which allowed users to create and manage their own rooms.
Guilds emerged in the hundreds, some favoring the game dynamics of dice-rolls and experience points, while others, the “literates,” promoted experimentation, creativity, and the sacred bond between character and writer.Likewise, public chat rooms are often chaotic meeting grounds, with names like “all creatures tavern,” “outcast orphanage,” “insane mental hospital” or “monsters academy,” all of which splice genres and storylines, creating aberrant worlds of experimentation that test characters against the truly out-of-their-world.