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1-13-2012 @ 5:01PM
Many servers may be indistinguishable from each other, but Proudmoore -- my server -- has its own unique identity and community. People actively choose the server because of it.
1-13-2012 @ 6:00PM
> Proudmoore -- my server -- has its own unique identity and communityBecause you play on it, and have invested time to get to know its inhabitants.
1-13-2012 @ 6:28PM
@Nathanyel - while that is essentially true for every server, Proudmoore does, in fact, have a very distinct community. Whether you're LGBT or not, I have never been on a server that was more friendly, helpful, respectful and inclusive...and it's not even a server I play on regularly! This was my experience from day one!
1-13-2012 @ 7:06PM
I tried to leave Shadow Council once. I went back pretty quickly. For me, there is a definite server community for the RPers there; many of us play and recognize each other, whether we use RP Haven or not. From our stellar helpers to our irritants, it's familiar and comfortable and a bit different from a lot of other RP servers.
1-13-2012 @ 11:09PM
I would also add that in addition to the server communities, the Auction House of each server makes a huge difference in terms of gameplay. In a game like wow, economy is a big deal, and unless AH's become cross-server, that will definitely be a big part of life on individual servers.
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