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3-07-2010 @ 2:13PM
I tried to roleplay in WoW. I really, really did. But I just couldn't take all the people who would be playing a Dwarf or a Troll and walk up and say "Hail and well met traveler!" and then when I'd reply (As a Dwarf) "Hail!? It ain't even rainin' ya fool!" would whisper that they're reporting me.
3-07-2010 @ 2:17PM
Pfft, I'd have added you to my friend's list if I saw that go down.
3-07-2010 @ 2:42PM
I bet the GM, if there are any, who take action on "roleplaying" complaints, was laughing when a dwarf said "hail and well met traveler" and was complaining that another dwarf said that.Hell.. if two dwarfs met, I'd sooner expect "Aye! Ya look like ya need a pint!" as their greeting than that.
3-07-2010 @ 2:52PM
I never once got a whisper from a GM. They were never a problem. It's people who think phrasing everything in 13th century English is what Rolplaying is all about that drove me mad.But this was around Vanilla release so most of the RPers were straight out of EQ and AC. So it may have gotten better. Then again, I hear things about the Goldshire Inn so maybe they haven't :p
3-07-2010 @ 3:15PM
Yeah, I hate that -- "You're not RPing", when what they really mean is "You're not reading from my script".
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