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Posted By: James_NostackI'm told that there's a group in NYC that, when playing Dungeons & Dragons 4e, has a strict "No Role-Playing!" rule, to focus completely on slaying.
Posted By: jenskotI was at a Gencon event where one guy's rule was "no socializing before or after... we're here to game!"
Posted By: jenskot"no socializing before or after... we're here to game!"
Posted By: MelinglorBut hey, i like to gripe as much as the next guy.
Posted By: Paul BEverything you say @ the table is IN CHARACTER
Posted By: deadlytoquePosted By: Paul BEverything you say @ the table is IN CHARACTER
Posted By: Paul B* Everything you say @ the table is IN CHARACTER
Posted By: Robert BohlI couldn't live with the rules that guy at Gen Con had where he'd shit in a diaper rather than get up from the game.(This was apparently an improvement from a prior year. The improvement was the diaper.)
Shitting, sadly, doesn't have the contagious aspect of vomiting. So I suggest that, if you vomit, not only does your character (and vice versa), but so do all the other players and their characters, thereby doubling the vomit, though half of it is imaginary. On the other hand, imaginary vomit has been known to cause real vomiting, so it could actually progress right out of the LARP area as the story is described, ideally with the real smell on the players' real clothes representing imaginary clothes covered in the imaginary smell of imaginary vomit.
It's kind of like The Game, you know?