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12-31-2007 @ 7:31AM
From the time I got alerted to RP servers by a friend I've been on them. Besides feeling like Blizzards red headed step child when it comes to support of any kind, it's been fun. Yea, it's been a roller coaster ride when it comes to RP. However, I find the Rp community as a whole makes not only the RP fun and inviting but the leveling as well. You don't get as many people just dismissing you as a noob and moving on when you make a mistake. I play on Shadow Council and yes, some people there RP vampires. I know some of them (Cured most of them go Pallies.) Most whom didn't know about WOW lore and just needed to be informed of what was in the realm of possibility in that respect. As for the blogging. I use http://rp-haven.com for my blogging. It's a player run site and has very nice people on it. They have several guilds represented on the site and I would hazard to say that everyone on there would welcome a new RPer with open arms. While RP does seem to be struggling. I for one will remain hopeful that things turn around. Education of RP and what RP servers are for is something I will continue to do. I would hope that someday Blizzard will have our backs instead of just sitting there doing piratically nothing.
12-31-2007 @ 11:58AM
Oops, hi Agoris, didn't see your post since you were on the second page. =)(Flamefist/Heidel here)
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