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Posted: Mar 16th 2012 7:48PM Bramen said

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"It's not an intentional thing, but for whatever reason, an awful lot of my characters tend to have a whole lot of pain and sorrow wrapped up in their heads."
I think there is untapped therapy sessions in these RP games.

Posted: Mar 17th 2012 11:45AM MegaBubble said

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This was pretty interesting. I'd never considered the moods of my characters influencing my desire to play them, even though I have had my personal mood altered after participating in certain roleplays.

Thanks for the interesting take on the subject.

Posted: Mar 18th 2012 7:04PM (Unverified) said

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Great read, as always.

Posted: Mar 19th 2012 12:22AM Yukon Sam said

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I hear an echo from one of my acting class texts... Checkov's "Three Sisters" isn't about three girls who never make it to Moscow, it's about three girls who fight like hell to get there.

When defeat is inevitable and irreversible, the curtain comes down and the play is over. Until that moment, you play to win, no matter how hopeless that might be. You play with the utter conviction that you are right and the world will, MUST, see things your way in the end.

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