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24th Jul 2019, 8:00 AM in Invasion of Konoha Arc
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RandomRex6 24th Jul 2019, 8:00 AM edit delete
I can't help but wonder what goes through the GM's head here. He has to know by now his players find Guy unsettling, but he keeps finding ways to include him.

It's... just fun to be a jerk sometimes, I guess?

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Silentgod 24th Jul 2019, 9:39 AM edit delete reply
As someone who is currently playing as Carnage, I concur that yes it sometimes is. Just don't go overboard with it. Oh and there was also the time I played as Spawn and a player came to his room asking for help. And I just slammed the door in their face because I couldn't see Spawn being bothered to even care. Not helping was that the person they were asking me to help was someone who screwed Spawn over earlier.

Yes, this is the same game as my reputation story. I dropped Spawn because I couldn't justify him moving on in character which sucks because he was a lot of fun to play. :/

Edit: Oh there is a fun idea, tell a story where you played as or just acted as a jerk. For the last bit, I mean your character isn't normally one but they pulled a d*** move at one point.
Godzfirefly 26th Jul 2019, 2:44 AM edit delete reply
I play with a D&D group that I met at a church board game group (for the most part, at least.) One of my characters a while back was a cleric of Lathandar that was inspired by a variety of real, hypocritical, holier-than-thou church-goers I've known in my life. He was intentionally a jerk that judged the other characters (PC and NPC alike.) He had a psuedo-redemption arc planned where he revealed that he acted holier-than-thou because he was insecure about his place as a cleric and didn't think he was worthy of Lathandar...but still, he was a real jerk.

I'm not sure what I expected. (To be honest, I hadn't really considered my audience when I designed the guy.) But, no one actually considered the guy a jerk. Even when he insulted the other players to their face, everyone saw him as the 'moral center' of the group and a 'goodie-two-shoes'.

I guess everyone in that group was so used to hanging around people like my character in real life that the character didn't seem all that bad? One of those situations where no matter how hyperbolic you try to make your satire, someone will end up agreeing with it whole-heartedly...
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