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6-13-2010 @ 8:14PM
As someone who ran into some creepers right when starting WoW rp (was not prepared for that, as I had engaged in smaller rp sites before and never had a problem) I find these tips helpful, and wish I had them as well. I also would like to add a couple other rules, to keep yourself out of trouble.1. The One Month Rule. If you don't know the person, then any romantic interactions your characters may have shall be held off for one month's time. This ensures a smaller chance of getting stuck in a creeper situation, as no one just interested in rping for uck reasons will stick around that long. Key is, don't tell them about the rule. They might try and wheedle. Which is a sign in and of itself.2. Three strikes, and they are out! If they try and convince you to do something that you are not comfortable with three times, then start backpedaling like crazy.3. Thou shalt not be clingy. Should the person demand way more time then you are comfortable with for rp, on a regular basis, then start backing away. These tips have helpfully had me navigate through creepers. Well, that, and one of my current rp toons being a completely bonkers DK NE, who likes to mention how her body parts are effected thanks to being dead for a time.Whoops, there goes my eye again! (Note that my other toons which ran into the creepers were not elves, nor humans. Which I find odd, as one had an angry-face.)
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