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May 25th 2011 11:44AM I believe in the simplicity of this thought: If we log into a game like WoW at all, we are Roleplaying from the start.
As for your Maelstrom example, I feel the same way. The first time I met Thrall there and was called *useless* I was shocked, then it made me laugh. Thrall can't handle the stress?
But I have a badass-don't give a f*ck-loner-belf-paladin (a loner Dotty, a rebel.) who takes no prisoners, etc. Why is he trembling in fear in Uldum? But since there's absolutely nothing I can do about it, I just take it with a grain of salt and move on. Take the story pts and move on, applying them to my toons as I see fit.
Mar 29th 2011 8:08AM Nagrand for sure. Somewhere in view of, or on top of those gorgeous waterfalls. Then again, maybe on one of the floating islands of land just above them.
Can you say Up?
Mar 24th 2011 3:24PM Oh, and on the note of fights and strats, here's a lifesaver if you didn't know about it: http://wow.curse.com/downloads/wow-addons/details/robbossmods1.aspx
Very helpful even for the basic point of not having to type it all out.
Mar 24th 2011 3:15PM Nooblets will be surprised how friendly people can be simply by saying they are new to the group in the beginning. Takes the edge right off and people in my experience, including myself, tend to be way more patient and helpful.
We're all growing into the spoiled mentality we had at the end of WOTLK, rushing through heroics, not marking mobs, no cc, and assuming more and more that everyone in group is experienced in the fights. Stay patient on both sides of that line, new and experienced.
It's not a bad thing to be new.
Mar 24th 2011 12:52PM All I know is these games are still quite relevant to entertainment. My 10 and 7 year olds LOVE the games from that era, in particular from the 2600. Maybe they're a bit off, but don't seem to need realistic graphics, uber processors and HD to enjoy a game. Concept is enough...what a concept that is.
Mar 24th 2011 12:48PM Just a *salute* and thank you for doing these lore tidbits. I truly enjoy them during a rather boring day at work. I love to know *why* within the game without crowding my brain with too much detail. Kudos!