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Warcraft Roleplaying Guide: Discord and Social Media
Previous Section - Part 14 By now you should have a pretty good grasp on how you can stay connected with other Players and even meet more. Really, at its base, all you need is just your Friends List, Battle Tag list, and a good guild that is willing to work with you and you can pretty much just take it from there and be completely fine. That’s how a lot of players tend to be, and don't even bother with anything else outside of that small bubble that they put around themselves. Most don't go beyond it, preferring to keep their worlds and friends list small.
Warcraft Roleplaying Guide: Battle Tagging and In-Game Communities
Previous Section - Part 13 Last time I went over pretty much the simplest ways you can communicate and keep in contact with your friends. Those two ways are often the foundation of everything and serve as a great starting point for your own personal adventures in the world of Roleplay.
Warcraft Roleplaying Guide: Friends list and Guilds
Previous Section - Part 12 As I've said, Friends are really great, and they make Warcraft a lot better. The quality of your friendships that you'll be developing with other players is entirely dependent on you, of course, and how well you interact with other players. It's not uncommon to meet people and build something that goes well beyond just Warcraft. In fact, I still have friends who I met years ago and still talk to that date all the way back to my raiding days from the Burning Crusade. Not only that but I also have friends that I still talk to that date even further back to my days playing Ultima Online.
Warcraft Roleplaying Guide: Friends, Guilds, and Community Introduction.
Friends are a really awesome thing to have. Having a great group of friends can help to make any activity or hobby better since it's not really fun to do things by yourself.
Warcraft Roleplaying Guide: Addons - Misc. Roleplay Etiquette
Already we've gotten quite far in this guide, and we've gone over a lot of topics; especially in the etiquette section alone. However, we're not really done since there's a lot that I still need to discuss.
Warcraft Roleplaying Guide: Addons - Arguments, Compromise, Resolutions.
Previous Section - Part 9 Imagine this scenario: You joined a group of friends and decided that you guys want to meet up and Roleplay on the weekend as a band of adventurers exploring the world and getting into funny situations together. To all of you, this is a great way to both play the game, and roleplay as the characters you want to develop and can even have you earn rewards while doing so.
Warcraft Roleplaying Guide: Consent, Courtesy, and Adult Themes
Previous Section - Part 8 Writing is fun, whether you're doing it for yourself, or through Roleplay. I've already gone over in the previous section what sort of writing skills you should employ to be easily understood, but we're still far from finishing up.
Warcraft Roleplaying Guide: Tense, Perspective, and Attempts
Previous Section - Part 7 A lot of players starting off with Roleplaying tend to have the problem of not understanding how they can interact with other players. I briefly mentioned this in the last section, but I feel it should be expanded a little bit, and that I should start with the very basics of Roleplay Etiquette: Writing.