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4-02-2008 @ 3:15PM
I would ask the same question at the beginning of this story about RP realms. Why would you roll on an RP realm if you don't want to, ya know, RP? I haven't received a satisfactory answer from the morons in the chat channels.
4-02-2008 @ 3:27PM
Unfortunately a lot of people roll on servers not because of the server but because of the people they wish to play with. Once this starts it breeds like rabbits (you know that whole seven steps of separation thing) and before long only one or two people are on the server for its original purpose (RP) the rest are just friends of friends of friends who are there to play with their friends.I'll admit I'm party to this... I enjoy RP, rolled on an RP server (following a friend) and then was joined by some of my family members who don't RP... now I do very little RP because I'm surrounded by those who don't.
4-02-2008 @ 3:54PM
Im thinking of transferring to an RP server.Not because I want to RP but because the few times I have rolled on one I get a sense that the players there are a little more mature than the ones on my current server. Im getting older...fast. Too fast. And The never ending murloc movie discussion and chuck norris discussions in trade has got me ready to quit the game. Yes I know I could turn trade chat off but I honestly do alot of commerce in game, so turning it off would take away a large portion of my in game income.
4-02-2008 @ 3:59PM
Sounds like you need to redefine what is or isn't a satisfactory answer. Just because you don't like an answer doesn't mean that it isn't an honest answer. That doesn't make them a moron. Tossing insults at people due to your inability to cope doesn't help anyone, including yourself.Personally I rolled on an RPPVP server because I didn't know what RP or PVP stood for. The last video game system I had was an Atari. I never played D&D growing up. The only thing I saw after loading the software and connecting was a long list of servers to join and only one at the time had the word "Recommended" in green. That is why I ended up where I ended up.If that answer doesn't suit you, then I'm afraid the fault lies in what you find as an acceptable answer.
4-02-2008 @ 5:01PM
So what you are saying, Zali, is that instead of reading the descriptions, or going on the WoW site to read their write ups on the different realm types, reading the rules for those realms, and so on, you lazily just clicked a realm and said to hell with rules. Gotcha. Thanks for clearing that up for me.
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