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2-05-2012 @ 8:14AM
@LynMarsThanks a lot, these are very helpful sites, just what I was looking for. Back when I was a member in an RP guild, we used to put these stories on our guild site where we could discuss them and point our fingers on lore mistakes and stuff, in a very friendly and constructive manner of course. These 'tested and approved' backstories couldn't be seen by non-members, though. In our RP guild, we generally left those stories out of our RSP flags because it just caused a lot problems with external roleplayers who couldn't (or didn't want to) separate between IC and OOC knowledge. So, the less they knew, the better the roleplay got.
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