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1-05-2009 @ 1:06AM
I've really enjoyed all your articles David!One thing I would like to see in the future (I don't know, maybe it's been done already) is a RP-for-noobs. My sister loves to RP, but we havn't tried it in wow as of yet. We play on a regular server and havn't really thought about RPing. I think it would be fun for us to try it together, but I have no idea where to start >>a noobs guide to RP would be very helpful!
1-05-2009 @ 1:29AM
I am totally on board with this suggestion! The idea of RP is fascinating to me and I would love to be able to get into it. However I am clueless. I have rolled on an RP server a couple of times only to delete before I got above level 5! I feel so lost and like my ideas suck. It would be truly helpful to have some help on getting started.
1-05-2009 @ 1:55AM
Jeenome - I'm sort of exploring and looking around at all the servers, and so far the best looks like Moonglade. Everyone is friendly and very helpful and tolerant of my noobiness. I would suggest rolling there!
1-05-2009 @ 11:23AM
Hi Max and Jeenome! I actually wrote an article about "Getting started with roleplaying" back in 2007! It was outside the time span I set for myself in this article, but perhaps you'd find it useful.http://www.wowinsider.com/2007/10/21/all-the-worlds-a-stage-getting-started-with-roleplaying/It's definitely high time to revisit the topic, though. There are plenty of new insights people have found in the last year to bring to the question of how to get started with roleplaying, especially in WoW.
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