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5-19-2008 @ 12:04AM
I originally debuted on a string of PvP servers, hopping from character to character until I made my home at Arthas US. And, like Mr. Rossi, I roleplayed on that server. I found it to be quirky fun and was always surprised by the number of people who would jump in and join without prompting. There were always quite a few and I managed to snag a little bit of notoriety myself before being coerced by a good friend to join Feathermoon US -- a true-blue roleplaying server. And, yes, I loved the derisive comments of people who seemed ridiculously offended at the thought that I'd roleplay my character.It makes the non-RP asshats that populate my current server seem laughable in comparison.The only thing that I miss on being on a RP server is the lack of world PvP. I loved the thrill of being out in contested territory and not knowing if that enemy rogue that stealthed was going onto some other mob or was going to turn around and ruin my robes as soon as I turned my back on him. I tried RP-PvP servers for a bit, but I found even LESS roleplay there than I did on PvP servers.
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