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9-09-2008 @ 6:38PM
Well, kinda, yeah. :) On RP servers, people try to stay "in character". That means they speak as their character would. No references to current events such as television shows, modern technology, etc. Sometimes you want to talk about such things, of course, so you speak "out of character" (ooc).The level of role-playing you'll find on RP servers varies wildly in relation to location, which side you're playing on, and which server. Some servers are more serious about RP than others. On some servers you'll find people RPing all over the place; on others you really need to seek it out.Hope that helped explain at least a little!
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