jeffk at tenetwork.com
Wed Jun 4 22:17:08 New Zealand Standard Time 1997
At 08:23 PM 6/4/97 PST8PDT, jc lawrence wrote:
>In <18.104.22.16870603202250.009e2710 at mail.tenetwork.com>, on 06/03/97
> at 08:21 PM, Jeff Kesselman <jeffk at tenetwork.com> said:
>>At 07:15 PM 6/3/97 PST8PDT, jc lawrence:
>>>Was the real "crime" the fact that that a child was involved, or was
>>>it that a character had been done away with in a disfavourable manner.
>>The crime, as such, is the same as most abusive thinsg in an Rp
>>environment-- impacting the other persons story in an unwanted
>Given that why not just ressurect the child character from the DB,
>bonk the molester on the head, and resume from where everyone left
>off? Whoops! Turned down a wrong path here: back up, turn around,
AH. A good question Chris. The answer will probably seem nonsensical to
you. even i have to admit its a bit strange...
This breaks the ethos of the roleplayer. If we ignored the bad things when
they happened we woudl end u pwith very uninteresting characters. This is
the same reason why in DSO our SDKs, or whatever you want to call them,
whose idea of roleplayign ;'evil' was toi piss peopel off, would drop
carrier to avoid deat hwhoiel their victims woudl not.
Actions like this break the spirit of the game as they play it.
Did i make that make any sense?
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