by bxrrr

coil23 wrote:

Welcome, Alex!

I feel a problem for a alternative participant is the dearth of shared historical past. The opposite gamers will probably have developed some stage of shorthand for the way their characters work together, division of labor for sure sorts of duties that come up (social, bodily, and so on.), and so forth. If just one particular person is new there’s a group in a working machine and one new cog which could be extra awkward than if all are new and discovering their locations. It’s not often insurmountable however it isn’t a job I like to seek out myself in. It helps if the established members every make an effort to carry the brand new participant into the fold.

Thanks, Matthew!

And I utterly agree along with your reply. I might say it applies to each IC and OOC interactions (particularly when taking part in FtF).


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