Blizzard has publicly clarified its policy on "in-game harassment" in World of Warcraft and stressed that it is actively policing the issue, after complaints were raised about erotic role-play in a certain inn on a certain US server.It seems the Goldshire Inn - which is in the starting area for the game's race of humans - on the North American role-playing server Moon Guard has become a notorious hot-spot for lewd, in-character behaviour.
Rather, you will most likely get mocked and challenged. Dragons do not meddle with mortal affairs and usually will let them do what they will, unless they're endangering the world. When playing a dragon, you gain a secret, where if you don't tell someone, it's irrelevant, but if you do tell someone, you're doing it wrong. Dragons have a lot more to deal with that petty discussions about social gatherings and relationships in a bar.
Dragons are one of the most controversial things to roleplay, and fairly high up there. Alright, do you REALLY REALLY want to roleplay a dragon? Walking in to an inn and declaring that you're a dragon will not get you a fanclub following you ever. If you read Cirque de Freak, some vampires (And possibly San'Layn) would have servants. You lose that fabulous lore which, in my opinion, is much more interesting than dragons.
It's best to be at the level cap as you can obtain armor that easily applies to your character, and that is much tougher to do at level one. But I bid you good luck as I'll be trying to get the Vial of the Sands also. NEVER use the term mortal unless, and only unless, the person you're speaking to knows you're a dragon, somehow.
Therefore, roleplaying a level one as a dragon will usually not involve you being taken seriously. Considering that sandstone isn't a dragonflight, but a subsidiary of the blacks, it might be tough.
No, you can't go Kalecgos, have a curse, and wander around as a halfling for fun to boot. You lose your interest in petty mortal affairs, such a relationships, dating, family and even Horde vs Alliance, which is terribly petty to dragons. If you really want a dragon in your storyline, I suggest making one an NPC in stories you write.
If a friend roleplays a dragon, and you've wanted to follow a similar path, you can become a sworn. Every dragon is part of a color, but these flights are the least frowned upon; Red: Noble, honorable, protectors of life. This goes with any race you roll to be your dragon.
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The topic was raised recently on the forums by a concerned father who had cancelled his son's account after reading the obscene public chat in the inn (via Wo W.com).
A Blizzard rep responded that the game operator did actively police offensive behaviour in public chat channels and via unsolicited in-game messages - although it leaves consensual private messages and party chat alone.
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