You can come across guilds who transmog matching uniforms and stuff. It makes the game feel more like a living world. The reality does not match what was stated. Each server has awesome pre-built sceneries, characters, objects, and plug-ins for a different experience. All are rewarding in their own way. Also, there may be a queue to access the server. The last Horde Gathering that was held 29th of August, one day before Legion relased gathered around 40 Horde Roleplayers, which is pretty nicely on the server standards.
But I like Moon Guard because you have the variety. If it were me, I would look at them based on the faction I want to play- more people means more opportunity for friendships and activities, after all. Try to avoid godmodding at all costs. If you want to post a link you can do it using the button in the toolbar right above the reply text box. If all you want to do is raid or Pvp or whatever, taht is all you have to do. The best part was that he just fell to his death too. Not sure how it is on the roleplay front but they seem to have some going on.
You can't choose a server simply because someone told you it was awesome. Lots of ignorant players there. Since I stuck with Horde-side I can safely say I know of its experiences, and just from my experiences you'll find roleplayers walking everywhere. That's what I was implying. Usually they end up with a couple of people speaking, a few guys bringing up announcements or petitions. Most of it is contained within guilds and the stories are kept to those who enjoy it and actively seek it out.
Epsilon WoW is a phase-based roleplaying server designed to suit the needs of individual communities. A policy that has changed a lot from it's. This is the new server type as of 1. This article has also been viewed 11,715 times. No aspect of the game is dominant over another. Just like any server and specially larger ones it've large quanity of players, meaning we've more of everything.
There's a few others, Loa Atal Ai and an off-shoot of them I think. As such it is on more of a pedestal than the others, but the same isn't true of the others. In fact, start out Alliance first. Fewer guilds exist on these servers, and it is more difficult to start one. You can't choose a server simply because someone told you it was awesome. Each realm has their pros and cons but that's a given. This is where Elephant comes in handy.
Characters also cannot normally move between realms. Hi Skarain, Sorry for bumping an old post but I just wanted to say thanks a lot for putting together all that useful information. Thus, if you observe players attempting to disrupt roleplaying events through the use of verbal, physical, or visual harassment, I would encourage you to submit an in-game petition. It's a little dead on our side, but also depends what you're looking for. And only for Stormwind and Orgrimmar. Please note that rules about the General chat channel state that is required to be on-topic, not in-character.
Changing the name of the server was debated, but we did stick with this one as for now. While many posts in there look like they are updated, that is mostly due to people laziness to update rather than the fact that they would no longer be around. When players are exploring the world, there could be hours where they do not see another player at all. Roleplaying has similarities to improvisational theater, with the participants acting out characters in unscripted situations. First time ever posting on forums.
When I'm not role playing, i'm wiping to the last 10% of heroic archimonde. If not, the rules are practically identical to a Normal server, and I'd recommend just going over to Proudmoore or Stormrage instead. Fine, whatever I'm flying way above it and setting up addons anyways. You're understandable, that's what matters. However, good luck with your petition. World of Warcraft content and materials are trademarks and copyrights of Blizzard or its licensors. You're not going to be forced or shunned.
Please do not put comments by realm names. If I do it's in Silvermoon. Try to avoid metagaming at all costs. Since I stuck with Horde-side I can safely say I know of its experiences, and just from my experiences you'll find roleplayers walking everywhere. A few general tips are, try to keep within WoW's lore, and try to use good grammar. Select the server that favors your faction. The channel can be quiet most of the time, but if you ask questions there about where roleplaying might be found or other advice, usually people respond.