World of Warcraft is by nature a game of entirely fantastical elements.
World of Warcraft wasn't exactly created with roleplayers in mind.
Last week, we discussed the basics of the Alliance faction -- which races are available to play, and the kind of plot points you can expect to see with each race.
We've had several columns now where we've talked about developing and creating a character -- the basics of story creation, setting up character profiles, and even some of the basics of beginner roleplay.
Sometimes you can have the greatest character in the world, but for some reason you just can't find anyone to roleplay with.
Anyone can pay for a race change in World of Warcraft, if you're looking for a change of scenery.
This expansion has been just a little strange for roleplayers -- not in the sense of roleplay opportunities, there's certainly been plenty of that, but in terms of plot points -- where the story is leading.
Contrary to the title, we're not actually going to talk about the lore spoilers that are floating out there in this week's roleplaying column.
For some roleplayers, class has absolutely no impact on the character they play.
BlizzCon 2015 may be over, but we came out of it with a mountain of information regarding the upcoming Legion expansion.