I would think anyone who takes time to even interact with us will find that we are a very friendly group of people (Most of us, at least.) We are just as much in the game for the game itself, as we are for RP. Think of it as getting as much out of it as possible, as well as exercising our imagination (It is the most profound and fun thing to start working on a character's background and personality, and watch it discover itself from foundation to finished product.), In many cases, if you spot some of us RP'ing in /say, you may think to come over and join in on it a bit (many do), often asking us for some information relevant to the actual gameplay in character, we will gladly talk right back to you and help you out, but if you ask us a question out of character, we will still gladly help you, we don't expect you to RP on besaid, we won't pull you in to it at all. Things like cybering are looked down upon in the RPC community, and you will not see our members partaking in such acts. The majority of RP takes place in more private chats, such as /l or /p. There are a very large number of RP'ers, and you have probably interacted or seen at least 20 of them around the server and not even known.