Getting started with roleplay in MMORPG is very different to roleplay in Live Action or in Table-Top. They all share the same core concept but they manifest differently with different skills, uses, and issues. A few weeks ago we talked about getting started with playing World of Warcraft the most well-known MMORPG, so today we are going to talk about getting started with Roleplaying within that setting.
This week we are going to do a quick run around Silvermoon Vendors and collect up some items for reselling on the AH. Estimated to take a maximum of 15 minutes for the potential of a few thousand gold profits.
Gold making for Casual is a series of gold making tips for World of Warcraft players that want to make some extra gold but don’t want to spend a lot of time doing it. These tips will be things that you can quickly and easily and won’t take too much time and effort out of your regular play but help net you a bit of extra gold on the side to save towards those ever spiking token costs. You can catch up with the full index list of posts here Gold Making For Casuals Series Index
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Beyond Basics is a series of posts that delve into different aspects of roleplay beyond the basics of character creation within an MMO setting, for our purposes this setting is World of Warcraft but it can be useful in others too. This series will look at things like plots and storylines, conversations and the world and community around you as a player in an MMO and how you can best make use of that and how it might differ from roleplay on tabletop games for example. This post stands as the index page and below you will find an indexed list of links to all the parts of this series to make it easier to find what you need.
From the ground up is a series of blog posts aimed at helping you create a roleplay character from the ground up. These guides are mostly geared towards creating characters for roleplay within the World of Warcraft, but the basic principals could likely be used for character creation for a variety of different games both online and on table top, perhaps even for fiction writing. With that said this post stands as the index page and below you will find an indexed list of links to all the parts of this series to make it easier to find what you need.
Today we are talking about using off-screen, what that means and how to do it. Now anyone that roleplay’s already does use off-screen, they just might not be fully aware of it for what it is or fully understanding the range of use it can have in MMO’s and roleplay settings, but they use it. I hate claiming there is a right or wrong way to do anything but below I have gathered some advice on how I think off-screen can be best used and some times when it should not be used.