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 Players should place limits on role playing and there are lots of reasons for not acting in-character. Role playing is a social and fun game for the entire group. A character with a personality and set of motives which cannot function well within a group or which disrupt another player'​s enjoyment is detrimental to the game. Each group must set its own standards of acceptable behaviour and it is everyone'​s responsibility to respect other players'​ preferences over sensitive subjects such as gender and race. Role playing is about imagination and some things are best if they happen "​off-screen"​ and in a player'​s own mind. The bottom line is that playing a character is not an valid excuse for being an insensitive arsehole. ​   Players should place limits on role playing and there are lots of reasons for not acting in-character. Role playing is a social and fun game for the entire group. A character with a personality and set of motives which cannot function well within a group or which disrupt another player'​s enjoyment is detrimental to the game. Each group must set its own standards of acceptable behaviour and it is everyone'​s responsibility to respect other players'​ preferences over sensitive subjects such as gender and race. Role playing is about imagination and some things are best if they happen "​off-screen"​ and in a player'​s own mind. The bottom line is that playing a character is not an valid excuse for being an insensitive arsehole. ​  
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open/mechanics/core/buffing.txt · Last modified: 2013/12/06 13:40 by tregenza
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