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1-30-2012 @ 11:18AM
I second the suggestion about trying roleplay. It's an inherently social activity, even more so than a MMORPG usually is. You theoretically could roleplay alone, with no one around to see you plot and emote, but what would be the point? So RPers tend to make chances for themselves to find friends (and archenemies, and long lost siblings, and lovers who are secretly dragons who are secretly vampires, and so on.)There are usually a few known hang-outs where role players go when they feel like meeting new people and chatting in-character. Generally its a few of the taverns in the capital cities that become the unnofficial roleplay bars. Many RP servers also have regular events (dances, markets, parties, story circles) which are open to anyone who wants to attend. Check the forums! There are just generally a lot more opportunities and means to break the ice and get chatting.Even if you never made an RP server your permanent home, it could be a nice place to put an alt for times when you feel like being with people. Put your hearth in one of the more busy RP inns, log in, chill out and chat/peoplewatch for a while before going back to your usual activities.
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