A Warm Room For Online Roleplayers And Guilds.

Gamers-Tavern.de are launching social-networking community for over a million online role player and their guilds of online roleplaying games hobby of many people of all ages and very popular. Well over one million online role player alone in the German-speaking regular joint adventure in virtual games worlds. But who is behind the characters of other players? You would probably not even notice when playing with his own grandmother. The player community knows each other hardly. For this reason gives gamers’ Tavern players now the chance is also outside of the game closer to get to know. When gamers’ Tavern it is possible not only to imagine themselves with texts, photos and many other details of the community, but to present his game characters also themselves can networking to syndicates – such as, for example, the guilds -. In this way arises outside of the game an image of the social fabric of the game world. Players can find out who so quickly behind is the game characters and with them same game world traveled, find old friends, close new friendships, meet interesting people from their environment, interact with members of different guilds in contact or join even a community that suits them.

Syndicates can imagine on their own profile page in the community, present their achievements and find new contributors. Also, each game community has their own private forum to organize outside of the game to and replace. Gamers’ Tavern networked players and syndicates of online role-playing games and gives the players behind the avatars a face. At the start of the free platform, which supported most popular online role-playing games, including “world of Warcraft”, “Warhammer Online” and “The Lord of the Rings Online”, in German-speaking countries. Founder and developer of gamers’ Tavern is Martin Schmid, himself an avid and longtime players of PC, console, online and offline titles. Contact: Martin Schmid “gamers’ Tavern” kreuzstrasse 11 72414 rangendingen Internet: E-Mail: tel.: + 49 (0) 178 / 1470924 (afternoon, evening)

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