3 definitions by Villanite

MRP stands for Mature Role-Play. Role-Play in this definition refers to the typing RP done in video games, chatrooms and forums.

MRP is role-playing that may involve violence, strong language, drama and quite often sex scenes, though unlike ERP, the scenes are a sub-product of the RP, not the whole RP.

MRP will usually be a long term role-play and anything that happens in the RP will effect the characters for the rest of the storyline. MRP is suggested only to those who can understand adult situations and consequences as well as those who do not mind having their character die or change completely if the RP calls for it.

MRP is basically RP that is rated R.

The term is often confused with ERP by people who think maturity means sex, but it is very different.
We should have an MRP to develop the characters.
by Villanite December 29, 2007
ERP stands for Erotic Role-Play. Role-Play in this definition refers to the typing RP done in video games, chatrooms and forums.

ERP is a role-play with little plot besides the quick sex scene between characters. There is no consequence and no long term story behind it.

ERP is basically RP that is rated X.

The term is often confused with MRP, but it is very different.
by Villanite December 29, 2007
Unlike what many people think about Anthromorphs having animal ears and tails, they are usually animals that have a human-like bone structure.

Anthromorphs are furry beings, that have the facial structures of animals, legs of animals, tails and all other traits of animals. Anthromorphs can be any breed of animal and have no special abilities. They're just animals that can talk, walk with two legs and have more human-like bodies.
His muzzle sniffed the air, his ears tilted up and his eyes narrowed. The Anthromorph knew something was coming. He grabbed his weapon and growled, getting ready.
by Villanite September 22, 2007