You might think of conflict as a negative term -- after all, it’s primarily used in situations where things are going wrong.
Roleplaying is a social activity at heart, and sometimes people have a really hard time being social. That’s where the fine art of cat herding comes in – the ability to guide your guild and fellow roleplayers to moments that encourage that social aspect.
Storylines can be a personal thing – something your character is trying to accomplish, with or without the help of others. Or they can be major events for a roleplaying group or guild. So how do you get a storyline started for a group or guild?
Roleplaying isn’t really a solo activity – it’s about the interactions between your character and other characters.
Last week we addressed the topic of non-roleplayers that make the move to roleplaying realms.
Sometimes roleplayers have other interests like competitive raiding or PVP.
There are a wide variety of roleplaying guilds, groups, and organizations out there in World of Warcraft.
We’ve all had it happen before – after playing the same character for so long, you start to get a little bored.
It doesn’t matter if you’ve been roleplaying for years, or you’re a brand new roleplayer -- sometimes we slip up.
Legion has been an expansion all about “class fantasy” – a deeper exploration into what it means to be a member of a particular class.