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I highly suggest blocking/ignoring them.
Once blocked, their posts will no longer appear when you surf the tags. You can also report them for spam if they post irrelevant content.
Well… I suppose it highly depends on how you roleplay. When you’re roleplaying with paragraphs and not using images, it really doesn’t matter as long as you’re descriptive. (Think reading a book with no pictures.) Some roleplayers also roleplay with stagnant images / reaction icons taken from artwork and screencaps.
It actually makes a pretty big difference. Plus some non-liveaction roleplayers use liveaction faceclaims when roleplaying with characters from non-animated media.
I feel like roleplaying as a Canon Character is the hardest thing in the world. There is always someone who will play the part better than you.
If they brought it upon themselves to join, without the proper procedure, I would suggest asking them to submit an application or undergo whatever process in order to be accepted/declined. If they refuse, then there is just cause to bar them from the group.
It might sound harsh, but I have run group roleplays before. If they have not joined and have not been accepted, they are not part of the group. Groups have rules and procedures that are meant to be followed. Though it is your group, I would also suggest having a admin ‘meeting’ to discuss how this should be dealt with.
I don’t understand why some (liveaction-based) roleplayers refuse to roleplay with characters from anime and/or comics, and vice versa.
I would advise making a post on your blog, or adding a blip to your rules/about page stating that you do not appreciate being rushed into replies and will reply in your own time. You may also want to say that you reply in no specific order, or reply how your muse dictates, as sometimes fluff takes precedence over serious or angsty threats, and so on.
I have started to tag all the posts praising users/groups with #shoutout , so that they can be blacklisted if you do not want to see them.