RolePlaying experiences: Player typesAs I promised I continue the adventure into the magical roleplaying universe from my own experiences. This time I wanted to bring forward some typical player types I encountered (or the ones my friends encountered and told their stories of) as they often annoying or just very hard to get along well without feeling pissed off or disappointed.RolePlaying experiences: Player types by Widdershins-Works
I put them under larger categories for easier separation.
This category contains those type of characters and/or players who actually not able to build up or play reasonable way their characters; making them jack-of-all-trades and often better then the other player with several cliches and often non realistic settings.
There are two type of them.
~ Mary Sue characters.
~ Mary Sue players.
Yes you see it right, not only character can be mary sue but also the player behind.
It's like this; you just spot a fantastic biography of a character very well built and interesting and sounds logical. So as
RolePlaying experiences: Player groupsOver my time playing rp online I did noticed some facts and troubles which mostly happened due of different way of enjoying the games.RolePlaying experiences: Player groups by Widdershins-Works
So by this I thought I will write up by my own experiences some interesting facts, tips and insight about roleplaying policies, types and ideas which may can help a bit to find your fun when you plan to play with others online.
By my own experiences I noticed that there are two larger groups of players around; flexible and not flexible players.
This is very important because there are large differences between these two larger groups. If you handle your partner bad the game won't be fun and may give birth to uneasy moments and bitterness.
These players the one who built up their characters well and worked on them a lot but never refused the chance to change them. They have habits and merits just as flaws which giving a feel to them about their characters greatly but don't mind if a little detail over a good logical