I find that bitchy characters aren’t the easiest to play, though they can be the most fun at times. Here are some tips I hope will help everyone.
EXPLORE → Find out why your character is bitch. Maybe they act this way towards a particular group of people or someone they don’t like. What if they grew up in such a family that it is their defense mechanism towards the rest of the world? Try to understand why, and in what ways your character acts as bitch.
DISLIKED → Realize that not everyone will be ecstatic about your character or interacting with him/her. Sometimes handlers take things very personally and may be offended by how your character acts. This isn’t your fault and don’t be afraid to play a bitchy character just out of fear that no one will like him/her; bitchy characters aren’t supposed to be very well liked. You should also remember that interaction isn’t roleplayer-to-roleplayer but character-to-character. Thus everything that is said/done should only affect your character.
ENEMIES → Don’t be scared that your character will make a few enemies, it’s only normal. A bitch with no enemies is highly unlikely. Even if the character is the most popular person at school doesn’t mean everyone will like them.
NO FEAR → Don’t be afraid to have your character talk low of others or put other characters down. Remember – this is the character, not you that is acting in such a way. Don’t be scared to have them act out and act as if they are better than everyone else, because chances are your character thinks exactly that. Also don’t be afraid to have plots that involve your character destroying others. Of course you should discuss and plan this with the other handler but bitches are the ones that usually mess up things in real life – they can be a great tool in roleplaying too (especially character development).
IRRATIONAL → Your character doesn’t have to be rational with thinking up insults or saying mean things to others. The remarks have to be snide and sharp. If your character doesn’t know the other one so well, your best shot is to have it about something that can be observed from the outside (so not knowing the person).
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