Public rooms are not scary

big imvu guns Ok some public rooms are scary or look scary. But going to public rooms is part of imvu. There’s a certain amount of fun and excitement not knowing what you’re gonna find as you open a new room. You’ll also find better quality of people than you do in random invites. I’ve met a lot of great people that way. Wendy also pointed out in a post that AP rooms have a higher quality of people because they’re less nooby. If you’re nervous go to the rooms that a friend is in, when you see it in their location.

If you don’t get a good vibe it’s easy to blink out. And you’ll have to go through a few that don’t click for every one you find one that does. Pick rooms that have an appealing description and/or picture. One good signs I look for are pictures of imvu people. People make the room and pictures are a sign of good people and relationships. The little touches can also be a good sign as well as a high star rating.

There are times when my best friends are all away or busy and it’s fun to explore new rooms and meet new people. It helps to have an interesting or cute line or two to open. It’s also good to explore rooms you have a good outfit for. Be respectful but have fun with it.

2 responses

  1. this is something i have a lot to learn from you. especially on how to find good ones. i have a good idea now on how to filter random invites, but not much experience on rooms.

    i’ve sort of given up on public rooms, partly because i always feel bad disturbing people. but i guess mostly because my friends already take up so much of my time. but it would be fun to explore more. there is so much out there. what lines do you open with.

    October 16, 2012 at 11:23 pm

  2. I can relate to not having time for random rooms. I do that when I have a little time and the majority of them don’t turn into anything. I’d love to hear how you filter random requests. I think you have more to go on with rooms. I pick a fun word, sometimes a really strong word, then look for a nice pic, a 4 star rating, and a description that sounds interesting.

    You see people coming into Gabby’s purple club. Everyone’s not as welcoming as we are but some are. And the unknown feels like a grab bag. You never know quite what you’re going to find.

    The first line is important. I find that with new chats sometimes too. Everyone says hello how are you? Use an action to set the tone.
    ~A lonely girl staggers slowly down the alley or into the strange room.~
    ~a curvy figure glides quietly through the shadows~
    ~the creaky door closes with an ominous thud giving me an uneasy feeling about the strange dark room~
    I kind of think an opening line like that invites someone to play more than How are you? It make a good first impression. And if they do start to play, there is something very intriguing about playing with someone you don’t know anything about, because you’re both such a blank slate.

    October 17, 2012 at 10:26 am

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