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Hints and Tips for Writing Your Introduction
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Here's a quick cheat-sheet for writing your introduction. We don't ask much, just enough to get an idea of you as a roleplayer.

Detail

A good introduction is detailed and gives us an impression of who you are. Whether you’re the mysterious type or a gregarious, outgoing individual, there’s a good chance that if you’re here, you share our passion for roleplaying. We love to hear about what kinds of settings our newcomers enjoy, which races they prefer to portray, and what drew them to Warcraft.

Spelling and Grammar

We aren’t overly strict with spelling and grammar, but we appreciate applicants taking the time to carefully go over their answers and making them as error-free as possible. The occasional typo or misspelt word is fine, and we have many extraordinary writers whose first language is not English, so don’t feel too pressured.

Attitude

Conquest of the Horde is a tightly-knit community, and we actively promote respect. It is our first rule, and one of the most important. If you show a positive, friendly attitude in your introduction, you immediately define yourself as an approachable person and open up avenues to roleplay right away. You can’t go wrong if you remain respectful at all times.

Story-Writing Pointers

You might not think it, but the stories people write are highly indicative of what kind of person they are. Writers can reveal a lot about their inner nature without ever typing the words ‘I’ or ‘Me’.

The setting of your story need not even be related to Warcraft. It can be a work of complete fiction, or a detailed account of a factual event. It could be a monologue of your thoughts when you joined the server and wrote out your introduction, or the antics of one of your characters.

Please try and keep it sensible, though. We’ve seen some pretty mind-boggling submissions over the years, including ‘That Time We Pwned a GM in PvP’.

Plagiarism is grounds for an immediate ban. No warnings will be issued.
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