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3-20-2011 @ 6:50PM
RP battles and PvE battles play out differently. Usually IC PvE dungeon and raid runs don't have RP during the actual fights-- everyone's too busy to type! The RP is done between fights. And some runs are just OOC, especially if the random dungeon finder is involved. (Although we have been known to have IC banter in OOC runs while waiting on healer mana or someone to come back from AFK. I've never seen IC PvP, even in Wintergrasp and Tol Barad (beyond a few emotes.)RP battles are generally turn-based, and if a large group vs. group battle is taking place it's a good idea to employ an ooc custom channel and appoint a moderator for each side to prevent utter chaos. You can either /roll to determine the outcome or freeform it. Generally, if you're freeforming, deciding OOC who's going to win helps a lot, especially in large fights. The polite way to do it is to never, ever assume any of your attacks land-- swing and cast away, but let the other player decide if it hits and what damage is done. It's also considered polite to take some hits-- you can't avoid everything, even if you are a tank. Avoid maiming or killing the other person without discussing it OOC first! Although level can play some role, it's not as important as it is in a proper /duel; you don't auto-win because you're level 63 and the other guy's 40.
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