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10-12-2011 @ 8:55AM
WMattKrotzer: That's RP in a lot of places I've seen. Either a storyteller creates an event that's open to the public for social RP, or they create a storyline event, and depending on that storyline, it's as open or closed as the plot can handle--we have an epidemic storyline on our server right now that's fairly open, but even then, people mostly engage in smalltalk when the storyteller isn't around to answer questions so the plot can move forward. People also like playing in plotlines with their friends, or at least people they know and can mostly trust to go with the story and work together.I've seen it in LARPS and in various online venues, and tabletop is made for a small group run by a GM, so I don't think it's a purely WoW phenomenon, but how most people are familiar with RP and the way it works--which grows out of how storytelling for a group of people works, mostly.
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