So in my ‘description’ I already mentioned that I wouldn’t give reviews but I would be happy to give you feedback. I just want to explain why. Review is meant for the final thing. It is criticism that is most probably not even constructive. However feedback is meant for things that can improve. No one is flawless. No role-play out there is flawfree. We can nitpick but I think that constructive criticism will definitely help all these great ideas to grow and expand and become bigger and better:
What I will give you feedback on:
† Plot. one of the crucial things in a role-play. Is it original and not overdone? Is it well written? Does it lack anything? Those would be the things I would comment on.
† Bios. the second crucial thing in a role-play. Are the short? Long? Do they give the player enough information? Are they missing anything? How can you improve them? These are the things I would mention.
† Overall. Just the overall look of the role-play. Is it easy to navigate? Can one find their way around? Does it look nice?
What I will not comment on:
The theme (with few exceptions, when I think it’s ‘cockblocking’ in a sense), graphics and FCs. Even though they play a role I don’t believe that they make up the core of a role-play. It’s just to look pretty. Quality over outer appearance any day.
I just wanted to make some things clear. That is all.