I've played most mmorpgs on the market at less once, but a lot of them only lasted three or six months. The ones that lasted longer I was always part of a free company or guild that made it worth playing each day, no matter what I felt like. And role-play was a important part of that though.
I only really got into role-playing through MMO's in around 2007 or 2008. Truthfully around that time I had gotten a graphic card that could handle the more advance games. I'll admit that I'm kind of shy individual and have a hard time approaching random people to rp with, and I find it easier to role play with them if I'm in the same guild or link-shell. Its much easier to meet up that way and I don't feel like I'm intruding on there time then.
He may have been a smuggler or pirate, but he would be preferred to be know as a man who was once a sailor. He doesn't talk like one unless you make him drunk first. And he doesn't believe in that nonsense honor that some people come up with and hes a Sage.
How did you learn about the coalition?
I've been spying on it since 1.0, just finally got around to joining in.
What kind of a role-player are you aiming to be? Light, medium, or heavy?
All three, I've just been missing it lately, the free company that I was part of starting falling apart around December, currently just part of a community one.
Anything from real life you're comfortable with sharing? (Work, school, hobbies, etc)
I'm done with college and currently seeking that rare thing called full-time work. I like reading, watching anime as long as the fan service is not so high, playing video games, and drawing. That's about it.