I would like to play on a persistent world but I've had a devil of a time trying to find one that doesn't alienate me in some way. So I figured maybe someone here might be able to point me one that I'll enjoy.
There are things I can adapt to and things I can't. Here's what I am looking for:PW Action:
I absolutely do not want to be on a heavy role playing server. I prefer playing solo most of the time but I enjoy the PW atmosphere and encountering and sometimes
partying with other players. That means soloing needs to be reasonably viable. I like getting up to dungeon crawls, slaying mobs, and generally have some good old fashioned hack and slash fun. I don't want to deal with not being able to speak in ooc chat, rules against grinding mobs, perma-death/level-loss from death, or dealing with "realistic" systems of needing food/water/bedroll etc. I just wanna be able to explore, do quests, enjoy a good story, slay mobs, and take their stuff!Consensual PVP Only:
I have no desire to engage in pvp. If a PW has pvp it has to be consensual for me to even consider playing there.No timed rest restrictions:
I'm ok with resting being limited to designated safe spots but if I play a caster I don't want to have to tab out and watch netflix waiting till I can rest and recover my spells. Making me wait 10-20 minutes until I can continue my adventure is a non-starter for me. Even in pencil and paper D&D the gm will gloss over the time with a simple "you rest and time passes". They don't make you sit there staring at them for 20 minutes of real time before they continue with the story. Character Build Freedom:
Don't tell me I can't take a level of Paladin with my Sorcerer. Don't tell me Monks aren't allowed to multi-class. Don't tell me I have to stay within a certain range of levels with each of my classes if I multi-class. I can get behind respecting alignment restrictions like no mixing Paladin & Blackguard, but otherwise I want to be able to build my character how I want.
So are there any PW's that can tick those boxes for me? I'll understand if there isn't but I figured it couldn't hurt to ask.