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1-13-2009 @ 10:51AM
Boy isn't THAT the truth!I'm on Kirin Tor and after playing on several different MMO'RP'Gs I actually Roleplayed on many of them. More then just walking about in a city, sighing to herself to catch someone's attention, But REAL Roleplay My Female Iksar got many visitors to her home in EverquestII. People seeking out her 'skills for hire'. No No No... She was a Mercenary you silly, naughty minded people xDMy Twi'lek danced and danced in the cantinas in Tatooine like most.. but the rebels were unaware that she was actually an imperial spying on the rebel's next raid of an alliance city! .. and vice versa. She would sell imperial raiding information to the rebels at a slight cost. She had a lot of credits ;3 (this is why i like the aspect of being able to communicate with the enemy faction)What does my Orc Hunter do in Kirin Tor on WoW? not....much of anything =/ And it's not because I don't want to..not by far. But because I find it difficult to RP on a game that isn't designed for it. We cannot speak with those we are at war with to make an in-depth story, we have no player housing to customize and add to our character's story. We Have Nothing! And this makes me very sad -_- I don't even see the point of having a Roleplay Server when it's almost impossible to get a good RP going! I want to do something more then just walk about in Silvermoon, I want the environment to be more apart of the game then it currently is. Right now the Org bank is for nothing more then bored level 80's to sit on showing off their Naxx gear and epic mounts. **sigh**And has anyone noticed that there are no houses in Org? where do the orcs sleep?! outside?! what the hell?! Undercity isn't any better!*sigh* okay. I'm done now 9_9
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