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.
One of the single most difficult aspects of roleplay for many players is simply the act of finding people to roleplay with.
One on one roleplay is the easiest kind to participate in – largely because you’re just working with one other person’s schedule.
World of Warcraft isn’t exactly a game that makes itself conducive to roleplaying.
Sometimes you’re just not feeling it – or sometimes life just happens to get in the way.
This week’s column addresses a question from a commenter who wonders just how much of a time investment is involved with roleplaying.
Roleplaying is pretty much a social activity.