Sunday, January 27, 2008

And another disciple

As mentioned in the comments about Noor's new follower, another player has created a Tauren Druid named Peacewalker who is now part of Reinisch's guild on The Venture Co realm. I had to create a tabard, and we agreed that an hourglass would be a good symbol of how long it takes to level this way...

26 comments:

El_Geroglífico said...

"Roleplaying World of Warcraft as a character who tries not to kill anything."

U R mi Ydol.

My igrish sux.

Laje Kahr said...

I'm thinking of joining your "movement". Since rogue and priest and druid have been done, I'll have to us a different class, though!

Joyful said...

Wow...tis a noble effort and a very cool site.

Sir Ragnarok said...

It's hard to understand just how dynamic a community exists within the World of Warcraft universe until these sorts of expeditions are brought to attention. Obviously, it's a very meta-existence that you lead as the pacifist role-player, but I find it very impressive indeed that you strive to create such a 'lifestyle' for yourself in that world.

Cheers.

Skittles said...

I saw your blog on Blogs Of Note and had to come visit. :)

My son got me and my hubby hooked on WoW a few months ago. We now each have 6 Alliance characters and two Horde.

And I thought blogging was addictive!

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nice blog.........

The Patriot said...

Are you part of the revolution?

Survivor... said...

I'm a gnome rogue too! My brother got his girlfriend, me, my husband and our dad hooked! Glad so see another WOW lover out there!

That one girl, Kiesha said...

Oh man, I'm in love.

H00dLum!!1 said...

How do you manage to not kill anything???

RattleSnake said...

whys that i ask

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Julian Schoffel said...

I find your quest to play WoW while refraining from killing even the most inconsequential murloc to be noble. Sir I salute you!

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drazhardaud said...

its the revolution

soundboy said...

Interesting... Never thought there'd be virtual pacifists since we're all closet cases of pent up rage.

SG said...

Wow! Way to commit to RP! What level are you now?

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Ed T. said...

how do you level up without killing anything? and have you ever played Neverwinter Nights 2? you would enjoy the more serious side of character roleplay that happens in that game.....

Chad Coffman said...

WoW, what a great idea. I can really appreciate all the time this must take. I know lvling normally can be ridiculously time consuming. Anyway, great blog and really original idea.

boxter822 said...

diggin it. Chilispank :)

jmtreader said...

Joy!!! Looks like you're not numbaa one anymore!

The Point Blank Critic said...

Wow, I'm impressed you've gotten so far without killing anything. I know I wouldn't have the patience to do all of that!

VorpalStorm said...

Absolutely brilliant! Back in the day, a few friends and I thought to see how far we could level by exploration alone. I love the concept and totally support you through and through.

Vora, level 70 (had to kill a few things to get there), saluting you from Cenarion Circle.

Staghornne said...

Hey whats up

Monique said...

Wow, I salute your movement. I wish I could say that I would love to join, but sadly I get a huge kick out of killing stuff, especially the noisy murlocs, but I truly enjoyed your blog. Keep it up and let us know about your progress.

Pacem of Dalaran said...

Just for fun I have begun a pacifist rogue on Dalaran. Pacem is the name, trying to level is the game. Gotta say this hard work, but an interesting way to look at WOW between the mind numbing grinding of quests, killings and dailies. Thanks for the blog and the continuing follow ups. This is what makes blogging good. Kudos.