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6-24-2010 @ 10:23PM
Hey all, I am extremely interested in forming a character on Shadow Council just so I can get into RP'ing.. I've never really roleplayed full on, but I have written back stories.. (and read many, many blog posts here on the subject). My questions are, do you guys allow brand new RP'ers in, and is there anyway you could help a coach a RP newbie?
6-24-2010 @ 10:46PM
((A lot of B.L.O.G. seems to be composed of first-time RP'ers. You're certainly welcome to join in. There are also plenty of RP resources just hanging about to help you get started. You don't always need a complete backstory from the get-go. I started Gampher without one... The only permise I had was that he's a very VERY old gnome. I've been making the rest up as I go, including figuring out what "very old gnome" means.))In answer to your question. We of the Beleaguered League of Gnomeregan or "Bring Lots of Grapefruit" are happy to accept anyone into our ranks, except the Horde. Logistics of that are just impossible, you see. Besides, runs afoul of too many rules. So bring your human, dwarven, elven, draenei, or gnomish behind down here and sign up!
6-25-2010 @ 2:15AM
Here now ... I though' i' stood fer th' Best Lookin' Organisation o' Gnomes (an' other assorted peoples), Gampher? Or mebbe Brew Lovers Only, Guys. I do love a good brew, aft'r all. We really ought'er synthesize tha' name o' ours a' some point, yeh? *chortles and elbows the elder Gnome*C'me join us, then, newcomer! We c'n always use a hand an' a stout 'eart. Or at least, I could. Ye fancy diggin'? I got a pick an' a brush wi' yer name on it if'n ye do ... *winks*((If you've written back story or any story or just feel like experimenting, come play! If you're unsure what to do, our OOC channel chat is always friendly and people are always willing to help out and play along, I've found. ^_^))
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