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10-29-2007 @ 1:20AM
Man, I love that picture. I think it just sums up bad roleplaying, right there. The spotlight, the '2', the telling instead of showing, the whole 'announcement' thing going on there, oh it's just great.I have not understood the hostility to RP. If the game is flexible enough to accomodate RP (and it is), then why not? Certainly some players will enjoy it, and others can go off and play the game a different way. I used to play an MMO where most of the top players did some measure of RPing (the theme was a bit easier to perform, however), and the dimension it opened up to the game, where you could earn the in-game l3wtz by impressing the top players with your wit (the equivalent of RPing on your raid guild application) was immensely satisfying. Honestly, I think it'd be an improvement to WoW - there's really not much in the way of end-game activities, other than grinding, raiding or PvP.
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