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1-05-2009 @ 7:50PM
Thank you very much for keeping this column going, and here's hoping it continues as long as there is a WoW Insider. It's been stellar work. /saluteOh, and I hope I can run into you someday on MG. I'm not there very much, but I have been running around MG's Northrend on my mage lately. I think you'd be a lot of fun to roleplay with, if your insightful, well-reasoned and respectful posts here are anything to go by. :)
1-06-2009 @ 11:20AM
Thanks! Hopefully we will run into one another on MG. I don't get to play as much as I'd like either, but it is possible! I also hope that I'd be as fun to roleplay with as you think. :P Just because I write this column doesn't mean I'm the best roleplayer in the world -- just that I'm the one with the words and the website to write about it. I do well enough that it's interesting, hopefully, but I'm always always learning so much from the roleplayers around me. Anyways, roleplaying is an art in which there's not always a "better" and a "worse" so much as there are just different flavors and colors, each of which is good in its own way (and all of which are best when they harmonize together well).It's rare that someone criticizes the way I roleplay, but it has happened. I don't like it, of course (who does?), but I usually figure that whoever it is just doesn't like my style as much. Sometimes I'm also able to see that there's also a valid point in their criticism somewhere. Ain't no person who doesn't make mistakes, and there ain't no person do doesn't need no learnin' neither!
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