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Alright guys, so we've had this in the process of creation for a while now and although it's been a good time since the first times it was requested to become a forum of it's own, there was no doubt in my mind that we weren't going to be able to do it - it was just a matter of when exactly would be the appropriate time and what exactly would be the guidelines HTB personally would have towards the forum.<p>For those of you who are unaware what Forumspring is, it's a social networking site where it's users are able to create little profiles for themselves and basically have a little free-for-all questions and answer time with the other users.<p> An exerpt taken from the formspring website:
<br>"Formspring encourages people to find out more about each other in a simple and fun way. It starts by directly asking people original questions in anticipation of their entertaining or revealing responses. Responses can range from straightforward to surprising and can lead to understanding something more about the people you know or find interesting. Whether you are curious to know more about a college you are applying to, the movies your friend likes, or the stories of someone you respect, on Formspring, you can have fun, share insights, and relate to one another in a new way."
</br><p>So with that little education bit out of the way, here are just a few things we'd like to let you all know before you all get to making your own pages for your characters.
- The board is GUEST FRIENDLY - so those of you wanting to post anonymously with a secret question or one that's a little more out there than what your character would normally ask, you're able to do so.
- While you have free reign to post whatever you'd like, we on the HTB staff would like it so that you all KEEP IT IN CHARACTER - we would not like for this to cause any drama with the fellow writers, but we would like it to cause drama for the characters.
<br></br>If anyone has any questions about what should and shouldn't be done, feel free to contact me, Aubrey, or another member of the HTB STAFF. You will be able to find the link to the default Formspring template HERE - LINK NOT MADE YET
- which will also serve as a guide on how to post and answer questions on your own for those of you who may be a little lost. Anyone who's found another template you would rather use, you are free to use those as well.<p>Hopefully this works out and that you guys enjoy it!<br>--Aubrey <3</br>
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