Drayn wrote:Zehren, the Karmassassin!
Zehren wrote:I try to stick to my characters, no matter what - except for one thing, that is. What is the thing? The thing is if the scenario could potentially be offensive to my fellow playahs. The most common examples crossMUDly are sexual RP and torture RP - often requiring express OOC approval by the players. (I have read the reason for the punishment commands giving such vague, brief, nondescript lines is sensitivity towards this latter example.)
I, in other words, cannot see how a choice can arise between "breaking character" and "ruining others' fun" - is not the fun watching the characters and their stories unfold and clash? How can this then arise if character is broken?
Zehren wrote:I, in other words, cannot see how a choice can arise between "breaking character" and "ruining others' fun" - is not the fun watching the characters and their stories unfold and clash? How can this then arise if character is broken?
Delia wrote:It is a rough toughie but generally speaking I feel that people might be too protective about their character concepts. Meaning, they can be very set in stone and if something messes with that, feelings might become hurt and enjoyment derived from the game reduced. Assuming this is so, people can sometimes be equally unwilling to poke at other characters as they fear that they might be stepping on some toes.
Change, reacting to change and unpredictability is what makes the game fun for me atleast. If Delia's core being had not been re-examined and re-defined over the course of time, I might have lost interest(I am not one for alts)and as such I welcome people who come to "rough her up" and challenge me as a player. On the other hand I tend to succumb to wearing my extra smooth silk gloves when I deal with other characters. I should learn to be a bit more ruthless. Some of the best of the awesome fun times Geas has offered has been when the play was at its hardest.
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