thread: 2009-05-07 : Explaining the Right to Dream

On 2009-05-07, Adam Dray wrote:

I believe so.

On the one hand, it says so right on the top of his character sheet. Everyone knows that. They know I see him as a good person.

On the other hand, I work pretty hard to portray him as a good person through my choice of actions. He helps people at great risk to himself.

The question is somewhat odd, because Tobias is a fictional entity. But he exists in the context of the fictional world, so there is a morality system there by which to judge him. He can also be judged as if he were a real person in the real world. If he did what he does in this world, would I consider him a good person?

They might also be judging me. Am I a good person because I play Tobias a certain way?


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