I this episode of Role-Play Ramblings Matt Lemke shares his gaming experiences with problem players, some of them include the wallflower, philosopher, rules lawyer and even the instigator. This short message is for Role-players at all levels of experience, but is most beneficial for GM’s. These tips can be applied to any game system.
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Next episode (targeted for Thursday) is “Who’s Telling the Story”. Is it the GM’s Story or the players?
Special Thanks to Owen K.C. Sthephens and Ryan Hale for their extra input on this season. I also have to thank all of my backers for making this happen. I wouldn’t have had the drive to do this without their support!
In this episode Matt speaks on the topic of “bastards”. In role-playing this isn’t necessarily a bad thing. It doesn’t mean you’re an illegitimate child or a bad person, instead it means you ae an individual who doesn’t fit in because of race or some other factor. T his conversation includes half elves, half orcs, and everything els (those weird races that can be awkward to play).
I had a lot of fun with this. I have totally put a new spin on creating characters that are just odd. I hope it does the same for you.
In this episode Matt talks about the intricacies of race. He goes over what he feels is missing from playing a full character. For example He discusses what it might be like to be a dwarf, an elf and a couple others.
I will have the written portion up in a day or so. I need get my mind off of it before proofreading.
I apologize for the bad audio in the first posting. I had to film it again to fix it.
In this episode back up a little bit and shares his thoughts on how attributes can play into the personality of your character. I introduce a character in this episode that is going to become a staple for us in this series. So I hope that you will join me for character creation from the ground up.