So, you are roleplaying and someone walks up to you with a Taco Skin with the name "Floppidy Flopulous", and you do /seen and can see that they are a new player. What do you do when they start trying to talk to you in character, or begin asking OOC character questions in the IC chat? Do you get angry and try and tell them to leave because "They are disrupting RP?" with the threat of reporting them? Do you just ignore them? Do you roleplay with them regardless and then let them go on with their day? I have a way on how to deal with them in a positive manor. If a new player comes up to you and begins attempting roleplay (and is failing), start by bringing them to one side in OOC (explaining how to OOC as well) then explain about the lore, with the races, and their naming custom and the like (or just toss em the necessary Wiki pages and tell them to read certain ones). If they get confused by one bit explain it to them in your own words to help them out. Then, if their skin is incorrect, perhaps give them suggestions on what skin should go with their name and or race, and PM them a link. Then move on to explaining how to do all the other little commands in roleplay like the + or the * commands, and explain how they have to use full words (rather than just U for you and the like). Then when this is done, and you think that they understand, and have changed their skin and name to a more correct one, then begin roleplaying with them one on one. If they have any hiccups in their roleplaying call them out on it as positive and helpful as possible, without sounding too mean or overbearing. Now, if your busy, this might be hard, but seeing how large the city is and the amount of players playing at one time is so big that anyone around you can also help. You can even give them the name of an online Lore Staff person in order for them to get an even more in-depth understanding of the lore. The key points is to not get angry, or frustrated because a player is new and is "ruining your roleplaying experience". If your mean and laugh at them, or tell them to leave and not roleplay with you, you are ruining THEIR experience all because they don't know the lore, rules, and such because they are new. And that isn't fair. I have seen so many new players come on and have been driven off of roleplay due to the sheer fact that other, more experienced roleplayers simply just shoo them aside because they aren't as good as them, and thats not right. Give new people a chance and help them to become as good as you might be, and they too can find a love for the world MassiveCraft has created over the years, just as you most likely have as well.