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2-07-2010 @ 8:19PM
I play on a couple of RP servers, and I really don't see much of roleplayers in WoW too much anymore. Every once in a great while I will see 2 people doing it, but it is very few and far in between. I wouldn't mind roleplaying in the game if I could find others with like mind, but nowadays that is hard to do. Ah the good ole days of having a group with like mind, having fun, sharing in an experience that transcends humanity! MMORPG"S used to be a great place to do this kind of thing, but it seems as more and more FPS'ers come into the game, the roleplaying aspect seems to be lost!
2-07-2010 @ 8:24PM
A lot of RP I see is retained within guilds. There's one on my own server that has the occasional RP get-together in Thunder bluff, and it's always fun to watch them interact.RPing in WoW isn't dead, but there's a large number of people who mock it which caused it to become a more private affair. Poke around your realm forums or possibly the RP forums to get an idea of available RP guilds and who's in them. I know my own realm forums has a sticky of all the RP guilds and where you can apply to them.
2-07-2010 @ 8:53PM
Yea I know the main reason why I don't see it that much anymore is because of the mocking of it that goes on, but also know people that did it and that have left the game too. The guild my old main is in on AD server used to be a RP guild, but it went away as more and more people wanted to get into hard core raiding, which means they had to invite others that didn't roleplay, which in turn got most of the guild's veterans to leave.I didn't think about checking in the forums, even though I did do that before, just didn't really dawn on me to do that again, I will check it out.thanks
2-07-2010 @ 10:08PM
My guild has occasional RP meetings in Thunder Bluff >_> hmmm
2-07-2010 @ 11:34PM
Whereas, on my RP server (moderately high population, but no queues), at almost any time between noon and midnight server time, almost anywhere in any city, you're bound to see RP of some sort going on.That said, we're way, way behind in progression, because there are fewer people on the server who care so much about it, and thus the raiding guilds have smaller applicant pools.Grass is greener and all that.
2-08-2010 @ 1:43AM
Oteo just reminded me of our moot.Having high-visibility guild meetings is a good thing - but not too high-visibility, as it invites griefers.
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