from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To act out a fantasy, especially with a group.
- v. To act as (a character) as part of a fantasy, especially with a group.
- n. The practice of roleplaying
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. perform on a stage or theater
I use the term roleplay loosely here - obviously - because it is a D20 supplement.
After musings on culture and morality in roleplay by watzalikzeggen and omdathetkan, I thought I'd share this next part of the D&D campaign.
And roleplay is far better with good avs and decent animation overrides and so forth.
I did think of something else that irks me in roleplay that I thought I'd mention.
This plotline does sound like a great thing to act out in roleplay.
One reason is that I prefer roleplay, which is badly rewarded, over running about searching for quests which aren't compatible with my brain.
Oddly enough he isn't -- besides the usual cult following & acknowledgment from underground milieus such as roleplay and the heavy metal scene.
It's one thing to sign onto a "roleplay" server on WoW and discover that no one even tries to rp.
I begin to suspect it never even crosses their mind, what "roleplay" actually means.
Though I use the phrase "roleplay," because it is familiar and convenient, in no real way will we actually be "gaming."
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