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

On 2009-05-15, Vincent wrote:

I think a lot of people have jumped to the same conclusion you did, mistaking "character concept is sacrosanct" for the whole of right to dream play, or the basis of all right to dream play.

No, "character concept is sacrosanct" is just one example of right to dream play. The other kind of play you're talking about holds something ELSE sacrosanct, the thematic content of the game.

When you hold the point of play sacrosanct, that's right to dream play. It might be character concept, it might be a particular narrative, it might be presupposed moral conclusions, like you're describing.


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