Hibiki said:Blueprint said:Hey, I am very interested in joining your regiment. I haven't played Mount&Blade or online gaming in a clan in quite some time and am pretty excited to get back into it. My timezone is GMT -5 (US: Eastern Standard Time), hopefully that works well for you.
Many of us are NA players, so that certainly works. Trainings will be pretty flexible to allow everyone to attend.
Shall I put you down as 1stEPI_Rkt_Blueprint (or another name you prefer?)
I have heard of this, but when I downloaded and installed the mod, there was absolutely nobody online at all. Kinda sucks when you are trying to actually do some roleplay.Sarashi said:Lyon665 said:This mod, and knowing that fellow RPers are out there, have convinced me to buy this game. Money is tight, but I'm counting up the pennies around my house. Hope to be able to get involved with this awesomeness soon!
Also visit "The Globe" thread in General Discussion, its a RP mod even better than this there, even if ((sadly)) noone plays it regulary T_T
It's pretty hard to roleplay with PWMOD V3, as local chat doesn't even work half the time. They really need to fix this before any roleplay can happen, unless you don't mind typing the same thing 5 times into chat to get it to send. As of recently, all I've gotten was complaints on the server and how roleplaying is completely ignored. I say If we can get enough people to schedule regular roleplaying events, that we password lock the server for people who have applied to join the event. This could even be a nice way to progress the "story". Character applications would consist of a quick quiz of roleplaying concepts and a basic character background (as I stated earlier in this thread).Lyon665 said:I have a number of friends that are RPers, so I'll be sure to pass this idea along.
I did think about this, by forcing people to complete a basic quiz on roleplaying concepts and send me a basic character background. I decided against it at launch because I wanted people to join the sever and at least have some sort of player base so that sever wasn't limited to like 7 people who submitted applications. I also didn't want to come off as an elitist, as it seems lots of people from M&B are new to the concept of roleplaying. If trolling and deathmatching does become a problem, I will probably end up making applications to join, though.Svenn said:You could perhaps set a server password and only PM it to people who express a desire to be a part of your idea - in this here thread?
It is in fact the server called 4th Era Serious Roleplay, and it's located in Northern Virginia about 20 miles from DC; so east coast USA. I play other games online with people from California and England all the time and their pings are fine, so don't be put off by the location.Sushiman said:You can't join servers by I, so you need to post the name of the server. And where is it located?
socks said:I assume if your character is killed you should make another one?
Also, about the naming guide: here's a few more extensive ones. http://www.s-gabriel.org/names/