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4-09-2008 @ 12:46PM
Does the RP community of WOW really suck at RPing that badly?We are talking about things happening in game, which reference an out of game action or entity. If the alleged RPer really was playing their role and remaining 'in-character', they would have no such reference to the outside world and never make the connection that the "RonMcDonald" trying to sell a Deviate scale belt in trade channel, represents a corporate clown ad mascot. If your character were really playing a world of warcraft role, they would never have such out of character info. Sorry, but the only person who can ever force you to break character ---- IS YOU.So, the alleged lovers of in-character roles take to the out of character methods and go to town reporting people. Sorry but that's weak. If that is your response, then you hands down SUCK at roleplaying. Sorry but server tards are never going to be in short supply, and if the presence of one requires you to do a little improv, and this ruins your immersion level, then you really do need to find a hobby that you're better at.
4-09-2008 @ 3:49PM
You gathered your friends for an evening of Pen n Paper RPG. The situation is pretty tense, your characters are scouting through an ancient crypt. The gamemaster has the mood setting cut out with dimmed lights, even a creepy score on the stereo. You can basically smell the stone dust and feel the tension of the other characters. The lights go on"Hey guys, what are you up to lol?!?"Show stopper right there. And that exact feeling is what comes storming when mr. Toadface comes running with his frigin lollertron buddies and start spamming around. Even though in theory, you do have some valid points that I agree with wholeheartedly, in practice it fails. In theory, the RP:ers in my example should ignore the lit light and disturbing buddy charging in on them. In reality the session is destroyed.
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