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9-22-2011 @ 2:41PM
I'm glad to see Moon Guard is trying to turn things around, because I had the exact opposite experience during my time there, which is why I left for Proudmoore. The Moon Guard I played on was full of elitist douchebags that seemed to do nothing but bash people for RPing wrong, whine and complain that RP was dying, and unless you were in somebody's clique, good luck making friends or finding RP buddies. There was constant, nonstop drama when one clique was fighting with another one. From what I saw, a lot of that element left when Wyrmrest Accord opened up, and maybe that helped the situation, but my experience on that server really left a bad taste in my mouth and turned me off WoW RP in general. It felt like high school, tbh.
9-22-2011 @ 5:22PM
You don't see it so much these days, but you're right there. I've been on Moon Guard for years, and that was the one thing I despised about it. So. Many. Elitists.Luckily they seem to have mostly gone.
9-22-2011 @ 6:58PM
It really depressed me, because I did meet a couple of cool people on there. But once my RP partner moved irl and disappeared from WoW, I found myself kind of lost and out of the loop, unable to really get anything going (Ulduar also splintered the guild we were in). I still have a couple of my old 80s on there, including one on Alliance, and every once in a while I get the itch to take a "vacation" there. But my yen for RP gets fulfilled writing fic about my characters nowadays. The thought of trying to break into that scene again is pretty intimidating. It's good to see things have changed since I was there, though. It's encouraging me to give it another shot, though I'd never do it full time at this point.
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