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

On 2009-05-07, Josh W wrote:

Eh, my last character was at least satisfactory! He was a naive new police officer forced into an absurd situation. Made some crappy choices, but nothing he hasn't been able to come back from. And he also has made quite a substantial commitment, so I suppose he has a well developed sense of social obligation. He's a bit of an idealist though and quite fragile, who knows how he'll end up.

The trouble with this train of analysis is that I don't tend to make those kinds of judgments. I was never the big alignment fanboy! And what is more my stance towards reality decomposes good into "fit for situation", "cope-able" and "watchable", as well as some teleological cooperative stuff.

And the other player is pretty functionally minded, so my character is good because he is fullfilling an entertaining role in the fiction. Lets follow this line though so I can see what you mean.


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