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5-19-2008 @ 2:03AM
To a certain extent I agree.. But. Every event (albeit scripted) still has a narrative and it requires interaction from your character. In my opinion, that is the basis of WoW: the interaction. Not the repetition.I must admit that I haven't played on a RP server or have I really role-played myself. However, I can say with some degree of confidence that role-players (at least the serious multitude that there seems to be) have it a little tougher compared to non-rpers when they raid the same instance week after week. How can that be explained in a world where things never really change (without a patch)? ;)What it boils down to I guess, is the fact that this game has many different facets and many different people take many different things from it.2c
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