New RoleCraft by Jim Moreno

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Orophor:
The warcry network has a series of editorials about role-play called RoleCraft. It's full of advice and observations about role-playing in an MMORPG. The latest is called Roleplayers Set S.A.I.L.! where Jim categorizes the things that define a role-played character: Speech, Actions, Interactions and Look.

If you are looking for a few tips on how to role-play or just want to see how your portrayal of your characters match up against Jim's examples, check out the article here:
http://www.warcry.com/articles/view/editorials/rolecraft/2876-RoleCraft-Roleplayers-Set-S-A-I-L

Orophor:
New RoleCraft is up:
http://www.warcry.com/articles/view/editorials/rolecraft/2975-RoleCraft-What-Level-Is-Your-RP

This article talks about things that make up light, medium and heavy role-play.

Orophor:
Another interesting take on RP from Jim Moreno:
http://www.warcry.com/articles/view/editorials/rolecraft/4917-Rolecraft-Beyond-the-Barriers

He talks about RPing defeat, how to in-character login/logout and other areas of role-play challenge.

Orophor:
A new RoleCraft, this time about RP in Moria:
http://www.warcry.com/articles/view/interviews/5522-RoleCraft-Roleplaying-Moria

Orophor:
Another RoleCraft, this time about the concept of Role-Writing, where you build your story offline to keep RP going even if you can't sign-in to your favorite MMO server. He tells the tale of one of his characters, Rose of the Sun here:

http://www.warcry.com/articles/view/interviews/5737-RoleCraft-Storyteller-Rose-of-the-Sun

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