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3-03-2012 @ 7:15PM
I roleplay adventurer characters as PCs are written into lore - my characters are amongst the millions that have banded to defeat the many threats of Azeroth - they have never been the ones to claim the killing bow, but they were there, fighting, they earned their keep in gold and treasure looted from the bowels of Azeroth, and so far I was nothing but complimented in my knowledge of lore and ability to perform amongst roleplayers for I am and have always been one myself.I come from ye olde days where there was no difference between slaying a Drake and still being a believable adventure character (From the ye olde aeons of Pen and Paper games) - It's sad to state but 'tis true that some people simply will refuse that the game exists at all in any sense of mechanics, graphics or even iteraction for the sake of "roleplaying with the freedom they need", even if such freedom involves completely ignoring lore-developments and in-game occurances - it's a game, not a text forum - you are free to play it as you wish but keep in mind that you have no authority to inforce yourself above others (unless they're breaking the established rules, of course, in which case you can report them).Is there an opposite extreme to this? Of course, the player that contiously boasts on how "HE/SHE WAS THE ONE TO KILL " - just remember: Nobody can claim to have slain Illidan/Arthas/Deathwing, but those that helped cannot be denyied their status as ADVENTURERS of Azeroth - there are millions of them, faceless, nameless saviors of Azeroth.
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