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01/11/2005 2:42 PM

I've been roleplaying for the past 3 years, does that mean I still have to train?

01/11/2005 3:01 PM

Have to, no. Yet it never hurts and there are a lot of folks around in there that can give you useful pointers to whatever your interests are. :)

01/11/2005 3:03 PM

Oh, and before I forget, it is a very good way to get acquainted with the people on the board. ;)

01/11/2005 9:35 PM

Also diving right into some of the threads are good ways to meet new dinners *eyes Caelin*

01/12/2005 12:39 PM

I've been roleplaying for the past 3 years, does that mean I still have to train?

Hey there Clopin,

Got a question for you. What kind of rp have you been doing?

Nice to have you aboard.


01/12/2005 6:21 PM

well, as caelin has stated, you don't have to, but it can't hurt either. You never know what you may not know about a particular site's "Quirks" and we do have a few ;)

I head all of the actual Roleplay forums. Don't hesitate to email (intramail rather ;)) or IM me with anything you may wish to know :)

Welcome and enjoy your stay.

03/24/2005 4:15 PM

a friend of mine had the same problem as you, but decided not to train at ALL even though he was rping on a brand new website. the site had some complicated controls, and wasn't for those who were bad at reading directions, as my friend was. even though he was experienced, he still flustered at the site, rarely being able to post anything, as he didn't know how to! also, he missed out on a lot of really good features. so i am going to have to answer "yes" to your question.

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