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

On 2009-05-07, Vincent wrote:

Oh! I'd better clarify. I'm not talking about agreeing or disagreeing about a character.

Adam said it: "I work pretty hard to portray him as a good person through my choice of actions." If his fellow players agree with him that his character's, yeah, a pretty good person, that's just because he is one.

I'm talking about whether judging someone else's character is fair play, or out of line. Maybe every one of Adam's friends agrees with him that his character's pretty good, but if one of them doesn't agree, is that cool?

Judd, is it cool with you and Storn if you disagree whether his character's a snob? You have your reasons, Storn has his - if after more play you still disagree, will you compare your reasons and try to convince each other, or will you be violating Storn's character concept and it'll make him mad to know it?


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