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1-06-2008 @ 6:57PM
Roleplay is getting more and more interesting to me but it seems like too much work : /
1-06-2008 @ 7:07PM
It is and it isn't.It's time consuming. You definitely will slow down your leveling to do this. And RP events ARE work, no question. We're still trying to organise our guild's first one. (Moon Guard, you are not prepared... for class!)But it's plain old fun. Once you start doing it, it's easy and no effort at all. You can do it in the middle of raiding. (It's fun to argue over who gets a bit of loot in character, especially when the dice roll has already settled it, so you know if you should lose the argument.) You just go along with the flow of it.
1-07-2008 @ 9:48AM
Sean is right on about this! There's definitely a skill involved in RP, but it's about as much work to develop it as it is do do anything else in the game, I think (if not less). It takes practice, and help from your friends too. None of these posters who write like they know what they were talking about (myself included) were born knowing how to roleplay. We all just met up with other people, saw what they were doing, and picked it up for ourselves as well.Kind of like... talking, walking... you know... anything in life! RP is very natural once you get used to it. Also sharing with each other about how to improve it is natural too. !
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