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1-01-2008 @ 12:09AM
Well, there's definitely a lot of roleplay Hordeside on Thorium Brotherhood. I don't pretend for a moment that there aren't plenty of non- and even anti-RPers, but those of us who do RP stand up for ourselves. There's also plenty of godmoding, arrogant twits and incautious ERPers, but there's still a definite, solid core of good roleplayers. Alot, but by no means the majority, of us hang out on the forum at thoriumbrotherhood.net and also have journals.I currently keep three(!) journals for various characters:http://sunindesolace.livejournal.com/http://searshield.livejournal.com/http://koureln.livejournal.com/The first is my tauren druid, and any of my alts she knows who I bother to write anything for(so far just my draenei). It's also the one I use to watch other people with, so there are dozens of other IC journals(and a couple of OOC ones) in my friends. The second is all my blood elves, with my paladin being the focal point. The third is sort of an experiment, being more of a first-person story about my old Alliance main, as I set her on a path that's going to lead to rerolling her as an undead deathknight. That's the only way I can think of that I might play her again. *sigh*
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