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Heading to Duiran and being emoted at. Emoting back and settling down for some RP and being told to basically get out of the city via OOC tells. Enemy me - and don't initiate RP - if you don't want me emoting at people, geeze.I'm sorry to whomever told you to get out. I know Xavin and I just came to see what was going on is all, make sure you weren't up to trouble and we'd have left you alone.
Heading to Duiran and being emoted at. Emoting back and settling down for some RP and being told to basically get out of the city via OOC tells. Enemy me - and don't initiate RP - if you don't want me emoting at people, geeze.
the way she tells me I'm hers and she is mine
open hand or closed fist would be fine
blood as rare and sweet as cherry wine
PK and RP are not mutually exclusive. They are, in fact, two parts of the same thing: Aetolia, the Midnight Age.In summary, don't RP something that might piss off someone who can and will stomp you into the ground if you don't want to risk PK.
Irruel said:Some people might like to play the zealot, but buggered if I know why that has to mean no talking to the enemy. Surely playing a zealot is more fun if you're doing it while interacting with the enemy? Otherwise you're just preaching to the choir and basically being annoying.
Thing is, you can be hostile and still interact. Hostility doesn't just need to be confined to PK and non-contact.
But I don't know. I figure something out about this game every day, obviously.
What @ciarelle said. x10. Smart lady.
I have a question for @Ciarelle, since we have had quite a few arguements about this icly. You wrote:
"My own rule of thumb as a leader has been that I will ignore and/or not worry about whatever cross-factional RP someone has their character undertaking unless it's really out there, the character is forcing it to my attention, or my character is somehow part of it as well."
So this means that as long as noone tells you about it, it's all fine and dandy?
I might be wrong (and if so correct me) but from reading this it seems working in the shadows, not letting your character know what is going on is preferable to being open and honest about it. Wouldn't it be better if someone came up and says "Hey, this research of mine is about this and I'll have to approach some people on the other side for information. I'll be carefull and I'll have a report for you in the end. Alright?"Rather than you noticing said person being in unsavory company without having given a reason?
Sessi has always been open about what she is doing, and I can tell from your post that that has been my problem from the start. However, Sessi isn't the kind of person who would lie and sneak about things. I can understand that it's not always acceptable, but at least when there is a good reason for it, it shouldn't be directly shot down.
I would really like to hear your thoughts about this, and perhaps clear some of the misunderstandings.
"Oh my arms are suddenly lubed"