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Dantagon Marescot wrote:
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I don't know what are you speaking about. First to reach officially step (in the example by sending oficial letter to the academic council) for a rank character has to make steps which no one can fill all. Unofficialy I used methods to do this by a long time using ways more or less wise. And attempts to send such a letter before doing those required by regulations things in game would be waste of time.Lia wrote:In Runewick, nobody has ever really tried to get higher positions. Not really. (as far as I know) If you want high positions you have to do something for it, and do not expect anything to fall into your lap. Of course, that's not easy, but the current higher Peoples did not get easy in those days.
Uhm.. no? I doubt that anyone is a noble or a mage IRL (If so, I appologize). Why would you need to be an expert IRL? Rather _rp_ your char to be an expert? Nobody wants you or your char to be the perfectly accurate about the stuff they teach IC. Of course, a basic RL-knowledge might not be the worst for that...Karrock wrote:Really I have to learn this in real world to look in the game as expert?
Dddddaaaawwwww <3rakust dorenstkzul wrote:I just want you guys to know that despite the language barrier and time barrier. I appreciate every single one of you.
Basics, sure. But I would hardly call myself proficient enough to hold an event in German. Anything more than maybe a simple one on one conversation and I start shutting down. But this is also why I depended very heavily on Caine as Dan's second. Caine broke the language barrier I have, as well as the time barrier. There were days where we had multiple pms going back and forth in an attempt to keep things moving ig.Katharina Ross wrote:Right now we have four "guilds", House DF, House SS, Bearers and Gryphos. Two of them are led by germans (who actually hold their events in english, to not exclude pure-english players) and the other two are english-only (Sorry Dan, I know you know some basics in german) players.
1.Lia wrote:1. A certain amount of respect can be countered by things you do not like. An Albarian must learn that there are other views elsewhere.
And if he wants to get there a high rank, he must learn to respect that.
For example My Norodaj does not like magic or elves, but she has learned to bring some respect to elves and magicians.
And do not disrespect them just because they are magicians or elves.
tell me why should a town take a Charakter as High rank who dont have respect for the life and views of the Citiziens?
2. Anyone who can teach can also lead lessons. No matter if it's about magic, alchemy, belief, culture .... there is enough topic. You just need a little bit creative.
3. You do not necessarily need a strong relationship to find People for an event. Apart from the fact that one can build relationships.
I will just bring this sentence last for all in this topic. May someone enlighten me why person with higher rank has to fullfil rules even not made by player characters which doesn't allow any evil/bad/shady/unkind/or such person get a rank just because "because".Lia wrote:
It's okay if you want to play a stubborn Albarian, but then you should not expect that someone like that in a high rank.
This was rised so many times in different topics like ones made especially to rise this issue. I don't see reasons why discussion about this issue should be here.Dantagon Marescot wrote:That is actually a really good point. It is hard to establish a character in the game and it is very easy for a newer character, especially that of a new player, to be over shadowed. Even as a returning player, it can be hard to find a niche in the community.
Are there any thoughts on what could be done to give actual roles to new characters to help them develop and be apart of the game?