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This guide is designed to give Novices and Accepted an idea of what is not only expected, but also what is acceptable role plays for them. This is mainly when they are not RPing with an Aes Sedai. But, there are some things in here about RPing in general.\\

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What follows is a guide for Novices and Accepted in the White Tower. The purpose of this guide is to attempt to provide some direction for them as to what life is like for a typical Nov/Acc in the Tower. People have had a lot of questions about what sorts of activities would usually be appropriate for the typical Nov/Acc, so we've compiled a list that's sort of a dos/don'ts type of thing. Please keep in mind that for the most part, nobody can really tell you how to play your character. We aren't in the business of telling people every little detail of what they can and can't do, part of growing as a player is figuring out the right balance between how to add your personal touch to the character and what sorts of things are simply out of touch with how the character should be played.\\

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So get out there and have some fun RPs, keep it realistic and have fun!

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So get out there and have some fun RPs, keep it reasonable and have fun!

October 04, 2006, at 12:13 PM by Luthien - Grammer and spelling.
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4. Lessons: These of course need to be taught by an Aes Sedai or Accepted (with permission by an AS to teach). But, are always acceptable to do. In reference to Lessons however, you should be aware that those giving the lessons are doing so on their time. So, if they do not have the time, you might not get the lesson. The more you nag, gripe, or are rude about not getting lessons, the less people want to teach you. Realistically no girl makes Accepted in a month, much less Aes Sedai. It should not be a realistic goal in the game to do so either. Going beyond that, it should not take you a month to get from Accepted to Aes Sedai. Set your goals to realistic standards and you will not be so disappointed when you are not getting a lesson every single day. Especially if you are fleshing out your character by RPing with other Novices and Accepted.\\

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4. Lessons: These of course need to be taught by an Aes Sedai or Accepted (with permission by an AS to teach), but they are always acceptable to do. In reference to Lessons however, you should be aware that those giving the lessons are doing so on their time. So, if they do not have the time, you might not get the lesson. The more you nag, gripe, or are rude about not getting lessons, the less people want to teach you. Realistically no girl makes Accepted in a month, much less Aes Sedai. It should not be a realistic goal in the game to do so either. Going beyond that, it should not take you a month to get from Accepted to Aes Sedai. Set your goals to realistic standards and you will not be so disappointed when you are not getting a lesson every single day. Especially if you are fleshing out your character by RPing with other Novices and Accepted.\\

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3. Chores: Novices little to no free time. So if you are RPing, you should be RPing doing something realistic. Chores, punishments, lessons, studying . . . something pertaining to what you would actually be doing. It will be rare that your character has time to stop and pick flowers and stare at Warder trainees and plan out elaborate trips into the City of Tar Valon or get things smuggled into them. Keep it realistic.\\

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3. Chores: Novices have little to no free time. So if you are RPing, you should be RPing doing something realistic. Chores, punishments, lessons, studying . . . something pertaining to what you would actually be doing. It will be rare that your character has time to stop and pick flowers and stare at Warder trainees and plan out elaborate trips into the City of Tar Valon or get things smuggled into them. Keep it realistic.\\

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So get out there and have some fun RPs, keep it realistic and have fun!

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So get out there and have some fun RPs, keep it realistic and have fun!

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