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1-07-2008 @ 9:14AM
Surely you don't mean that you gave up on RP in WoW because you heard Pockletock himself say that he squeeshed some orcs today. Perhaps you encountered some other people who were roleplaying in ways you found outlandish and difficult to believe? You didn't think their jokes were funny? This is one thing that we have a problem with, is that we can't tolerate each other's RP styles. Personally, I think if you met Pockletock, you would really enjoy being with him. You'd see he doesn't overdo it or carry it to extremes in any way. He's very humble and he doesn't go seeking as much attention as he can get. He just has this way of thinking, speaking and acting, which is very endearing and funny too.His style of RP isn't for everyone, regardless -- that's why I included multiple examples with very different styles and effects on their listeners. I hope that you can look through and see something that you like, and use it as an inspiration in your own roleplaying.I don't know if this helps you. Perhaps if you could be more clear...
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