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

On 2009-05-08, Gregor wrote:

Barry's character(s) were deeply rooted in the setting, they were very rich, and he liked to face up to events and people in the setting (as well as other PCs). He wanted to play his character out and get screen time, he wanted to do stuff in the world and act out his character and have stories for them. I guess there was probably a lot more in his head than we got to see, but I reckon any of the players could have told you after a while what his characters would do in any given situation.

I thought his characters were always bad ass, for sure. He made them bad ass character-build wise, and bad-ass in the attitude of how he played them. I would say the system and the group didn't help support what he wanted out of the game. (And I would say that it didn't support or help what any of us wanted, but that's neither here nor there.)

He didn't back down from anything his character wouldn't have backed down from, and he always backed down when he always would have. I don't know if that makes any sense?

Umm, I need to think about this. But as far as I can remember he most enjoyed being "his guy". Uh, that's me for the weekend.


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