Hello Ladies and Gentlemen, Boys and Girls, and all those that may fall in between!
I am No Time Dad, thank you for stopping by! Today I am bringing you a look into my RP experiences with World of Warcraft Classic!
To be completely honest, I had pretty low expectations for World of Warcraft Classic when it was announced. I though I would play it for a week or so for the nostalgia and then be done with it. I did not expect to fall back in love with a game whose mechanics I had thought to be outdated and undesirable.
I rolled up a Dwarf Paladin on Bloodsail Buccaneers to try a little of roleplay in WoW Classic. I have never really had high expectations for the quality of RP an MMO can provide. I have always felt that the nature of the game itself was too immersion breaking to obtain any experience with real value. However, Goldshire residents aside, I am going to give it an honest shot.
The Defining Moment
I didn’t really know what direction to take Dardrauth in as a character. He is a Dwarf so he will obviously enjoy his ale, he is also a Paladin so light and justice are a must, but WHO is he.
Well that question got answered for me one night when Stormwind was attacked by a vicious dragon. Those that could heal, Dardrauth included, took to the streets to revive the dead and heal the needy. Those that could fight did so and with time, the city of Stormwind was victorious!
“Everyone to the Old Town Tavern to celebrate!” Dardrauth cried out amongst the jubilation. He ran to the tavern, as quickly as his short little legs could take him and bought up the finest drink he could afford as a low level adventurer. It was time for the Dwarf to have a seat and wait for the celebration to begin.
No one came. Not a soul. Dardrauth drank…alone.
The Quest at Hand
Dardrauth is now on the never ending quest for approval and friendship. Through wielding of the light and the clashing of steel he was going to find his place in this world. Prepare yourself Azeroth, for the neediest and most insecure Paladin to ever slay Hogger, Dardrauth Brewbane!
I want to give a HUGE THANK YOU for your time.
Remember to laugh, stay kind, and have a wonderful day!
No Time Dad