Questions about Tarnished Coasts and roleplaying servers in generalroleplaying rp role-playing tc servers server tarnished coasts
Posted 31 December 2012 - 10:47 PM
1. Is Tarnished Coasts an active server?
I like RP, and I want to roleplay while playing Guild Wars 2. The server I am currently does however not support this, and because of that I am thinking about changing server. After a quick Google search I found out that Tarnished Coasts is the unofficial NA roleplaying server. This will likely be my last home world switch, so I want to be sure before actually, you know, switching... Also since it's unofficial about how many percent of the active inhabitants are actually roleplayers?
2. Is there an European roleplaying server?
I'm asking since I live in Europe (Sweden), and if so, what language is spoken? The trouble with European servers is that the spoken language differs while on North American servers, the language stays the same (obviously). I also wonder how my latency will be on an American server, as well as which server is bigger; Tarnished Coats or it's European equivalent?
3. Are there any roleplaying guilds?
And if so, can you name out the major ones?
Posted 01 January 2013 - 05:18 AM
2. There is a European (unofficial) RP server. It's Piken Square. The commonly spoken language is English so far as I know. Tarnished Coast appears to have a larger population of roleplayers, but that's unconfirmed. However, there are Europeans playing on TC and North Americans playing on PS and the consensus from them generally seems to be that latency is not a problem. I myself played on TC while connecting from the UK never experienced any problems.
3. There are so many roleplaying guilds I can't even count them. You can find almost the entirety of the roleplaying community collected on GW2RP.org and browse the guild recruitment forums yourself. I'd recommend going there to learn about the community as a whole! It's a very useful site.
If I may add - I think TC is a great server for anyone who likes RP, but since you are in Europe you may run into a problem where you're asleep during peak hours and awake during low traffic times. But then, if you have an unusual schedule you may not run into this problem.
Edited by coldredhands, 01 January 2013 - 05:24 AM.
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