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12-31-2007 @ 12:38PM
*waves to Ian and Agoriss*I'm a stalwart RPer from Shadow Council and one of the moderators at the RP-haven.com website, and related to SO much of what was written in this article as well as in the comments. What pains me most are the replies of "I started on an RP server looking for RP, but was turned away by all the lollerskates." Having come to an RP server alone and with no connections, I can relate so well to that feeling of hopelessness and disappointment. The key for me was finding the RP community and wheedling my way into it - thankfully welcomed with open arms by other RPers. Websites such as RP-haven.com, as well as in-game channels, are so helpful - perhaps even essential - to bringing and keeping the RP community together.For all the current RPers out there, I urge you to reach out and be welcoming to new players who appear interested in RP. For those new players, DON'T give up. It takes ONE other RPer to find you and bring you into the fold. Watch the realm forums for events, seek out websites, post your name here and there. RPers come in all shapes and sizes - some in townsclothes walking about Stormwind, others clad in epics riding around Shattrath. But we are there, and keeping our eyes and ears open for others like us.Cheers to all, and wishes of a happy new year full of great stories and characters.
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