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11-08-2009 @ 10:07PM
This is very convincing to the RP of Warcraft. Also thanks to downtime from mainenance i discovered that WoW Has a very strict policy in RP realms such as general is only for storylines and descriptions and that no OOC will take place OUTSIDE of whispers and the such. Weird huh?
11-09-2009 @ 1:11AM
This is hardly enforced. Spend a few minutes in trade chat of any given RP/RP-PvP server and you will see little difference from other servers. Only a small number of people even RP on RP servers, and these days they keep it mostly within guild or specific groups.
11-09-2009 @ 7:38AM
On the RP server I did a bit on, I found a dead Night Elf in one of the tunnels leading to the mage district. I implored the people passing to notify the guard - there had been a murder - but everyone ignored me.I went back to regular PvE. No one did anything remotely like RP I could see there.
11-09-2009 @ 8:14AM
The only real rule that is enforced for RP servers is the naming convention. People can't choose non-roleplay-style names for their characters while being on an RP server.I'm just wondering if someone can/will make a mod similiar to this "Tome of Knowledge."
11-09-2009 @ 10:01AM
Nothing is enforced by Blizzard on an RP server, Greifers, Naming conventions, chat, yells, talking in say, even talking in Local Defense is a constant annoyance. Blizzard long ago gave up on the RP community by telling us we had to "self-police" these things by putting in a complaint ticket. Most people live with the annoyances, because well putting in a ticket that takes three-6 hours to be answered is not worth the hassle.
11-09-2009 @ 11:00AM
"People can't choose non-roleplay-style names for their characters while being on an RP server."This made me lol. This hasn't ever been enforced.
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