This thread exists as a sort of successor to this one: MRP, what is and isnt okay
What I’m here to ask today is exactly how do you want MRP enforced? I’m asking for input from ALL sides of this debate:
From those that want MRP “back to its good old days” how far do you want new rules enforced? To the letter? Should I be going after people just because they’re avoiding interaction with others? I don’t know what sort of pro-activity is acceptable on the “you must roleplay” rule before I’m enforcing an HRP mindset personally. Are you willing to take it upon yourselves to actually report the petty things you see?
Player walks up and shoves you for no reason and leaves, that’s arguably bad RP and likely valid-hunting, but should I actually go after that as an admin?
From those that (at least used to) prefer LRP but choose to go to MRP because it has people - I really appreciate those of you who are adapting and trying to act more according to the rules despite having them more or less forced upon you by the shift in population… So I have to ask, where does the fun end and boring take over for you? Would you prefer to return to LRP if the population rose back up again, or do you find yourself liking the new scenery? Should we host regular events on LRP just to cycle population back over to it?
I feel like the inital “LRP-tide” has passed and the end result is a server somewhere between what LRP and MRP both used to be. It feels to me like neither of the original halves are happy with the end result and I’d really like some clarification on these concerns