I realized recently that I don't play games as much as I use games to imagine various characters experiencing the storylines.
I spend a lot of time thinking about the quests I undertake while playing World of Warcraft, and how my character would feel and how they would act in those situations.
Lately I've been thinking about what it's like to play as a new player, something I haven't done in years -- I started playing RPGs when I was nine years old, in 1981.
I run games a lot more than I get to play them, so when I do get to play, I tend to RP as hard as I can.
If you’re a roleplayer, chances are you’ve been doing so for years.
I play on a roleplaying server -- I've been playing on roleplaying servers for years.
World of Warcraft has a wide variety of playable races to choose from.
Patch 7.3 has arrived, and with it a new faction -- the Grand Army of the Light.
You might be new to roleplaying, with a brand-new character looking for interaction.
Argus is clearly visible in the sky for all players now.