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6-21-2010 @ 8:01AM
Being a player who comes exclusively from text-based IRC roleplaying, I started out on WoW's roleplaying realms. Something I learned there is that to have a decent campaign, at least one of your players has to have administrative powers. In IRC admins could kick out troublemakers, enforce play rules and resolve disputes between players (hopefully impartially, but there wasn't usually much hope of that). The GMs simply aren't available enough to provide the kind of quality environment that good roleplaying needs.And most of the players have writing skills that suggest English is their second language and/or are unimaginative, irritating, attention-seeking drama whores. And women playing gay blood elf men (FYI, you're all pretty bloody terrible at that, too.)
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