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10-15-2007 @ 3:25PM
Hm! Good question. I think my RP experiences have been mostly positive actually. I haven't roleplayed with everyone on my server, of course, but I fell in with some really nice people whom I enjoy immensely. We might occasionally get on each other's roleplaying nerves now and then (like anyone), but we work it out and communicate with each other and things get better because of it all. My negative RP experiences tend to be rather short. I tend to just fall out of touch with people whose RP I don't relate to, and there have been others who fell out of touch with me without really telling why -- maybe my style didn't suit them as much as it seemed to at first? I doubt that, actually, but I can think of some other reasons. Anyway, when I try to be as amiable as I can be in every RP situation, I find it can often polymorph bad experiences into good ones.
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