However, it's easy to work around this by pressing Enter without typing anything - this will force the chatscreen to refresh and display any new messages.

For one, visitors can view what was recently posted, which means that if your Internet blinks for awhile you can catch up on anything you've missed.

With the /rolldie command, you can roll a die of any number of sides, and with the /choose option you can let Chatzy pick from a set of given options at random.

So, for example, if you want to add a little suspense to your game, you can ask Chatzy to pick whether your character's efforts at something succeed and fail.

So, wanna roleplay, but you're not sure where to go? If you have any further suggestions, send me a message.

(Note: do not send individual roleplaying websites to be linked on this page; this is about sites and services you can use for roleplaying in general.

Specific roleplaying websites are linked on this page.) Chatzy has become a popular roleplaying venue due to the fact that it's extremely easy to set up and customize a chatroom.

Free chatrooms have a maximum of ten guests, though paid chatrooms have no limit.

Chatzy also allows users to pick individual colors for their names.

The default palette isn't too great, but it can very easily be augmented and/or replaced.