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10-12-2011 @ 8:31AM
I have been RPing quite alot in my wow career on a few different servers, some characters I just abandon when they get boring or their story feels like it's done. But once I was a brief time in a RP guild that had in it's guild rules that once your character died, it stayed dead. You could ofcourse take it out of guild and have a good time with it anyways but as far as the guild was concerned they were dead and not coming back. That was a bit to hardcore for me and I didn't end up staying with them.
10-12-2011 @ 8:32AM
Muradin's a perfect example of explaining away that you were just "knocked out." I'd abuse the heck out of that, or just make sure to never run anything with my guildmates, so that I had plausible deniability on any deaths.
10-12-2011 @ 8:49AM
Well I have to give them some credit for making it more interesting to do some dungeons, because now it was for real, you came as prepared as you possibly could even for lowlevel dungeons, because if you died in the dungeon or the heavens forbid your tank or healer died you'd all be buried there like some troll dude once said.It felt kinda like playing a survival horror game. But in the long run it was just not my cup of tea but it was atleast interesting to have tried.
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