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Old 11-20-2008, 09:49 AM   #9
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Originally Posted by [Alpha]-0mega- View Post
Many roleplayers feel themselves to be superior in one way or another to other players, and refuse to learn to fight properly, and disregard skill completely. (An initiate might be polite, and whoop the Jedi master's ass, but they'll just act like nothing ever happened.)

Many roleplayers seem to think that OJP is awesome for roleplaying but still maintain the old combat-style of non-ojp mods, and totally ignore the fact that kicking people down is an option now, rather than killing someone in a spar and then pretending he or she never died.

Many roleplayers seem to think that ''forceregentime 0'' is realistic.

The concept of roleplaying though, there's nothing wrong with that.

URPC was another RP Community that fell apart due to internal conflicts.

Protip: lern2play cuz if max keeps his current mindset RP-ers will be forced to use the old version, lest they want to be obliterated in the new version.
I know how roleplay works and many of our communities members know the 'ubering' way of roleplaying and it is highly against our rules. We have force points for each rank, as that rank you are required too roleplay it or you will be asked to change your points or get kicked.

I hate the common mind set of individuals who roleplay too act like god, its common in almost every community but not ours.We have been through this and dealt with it in our past roleplays.

In our roleplay we can have duels with for atleast 25 minutes and no we do not have forceregentime is not set to 0 its set to 200.

I also don't really require protips, I know how to play and so do a lot of our members. The system of learning OJP is great roleplay training for many because the combat system is fairly complex and hard to get use to. If I look at other mods which are out there like JA+/Movie Battles I still think OJP is the best for roleplay/ffa and w.e
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