Why do you RP?

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Creative Release?
Time away from it all?
Mental freedom?
IRL issues?

I know something drives us each here, but what drives you?

Sate my curiosity and post below. Let's bridge some gaps today. ;)

16-Mar-2015 15:42:52



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Initially, it started as the latter three examples you provided.
I was completely inept at the art of basic conversation - the opportunity afforded to me by anonymity and type allowed me to meet people. The common interest in storytelling attracted me to roleplay.

Now? It's not the same as when I started. Originally, RuneScape and Roleplay were a support - then a crutch. But then I realised that; weened off it, focused on my schooling. Improved my grades, finished school and found that throughout the entire ordeal (where friends I've made here were with me the whole way, whether I or they even realise it), I had come a long way thanks to the medium we all embrace.

Now? It's different. I stay here because of the people I've met, the people whose company I enjoy. I don't interact all that often with most of you, but the fact you're all a click away is really nice. I enjoy storytelling the same as ever, and the bonds forged between us as we... well, sail off into the sunset, on a new adventure every day.

There's light at the end of the tunnel, and it's truly exulting when found.
And right now, I don't want to leave it for the shade. So I stay.
Allahu Akbar

16-Mar-2015 16:02:35

Puzzle Maker

Puzzle Maker

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So I don't quit RS3 and play old school 100% of the time
Logan | In any moment of decision, the best thing you can do is the right thing, the next best thing is the wrong thing, and the worst thing you can do is nothing.

16-Mar-2015 17:13:33

Doc Doctor

Doc Doctor

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I like a'writin', and I like a'fightin'.
Roleplay has both.
“Civilized men are more discourteous than savages because they know they can be impolite without having their skulls split, as a general thing.”

16-Mar-2015 17:25:16 - Last edited on 16-Mar-2015 17:25:34 by Doc Doctor

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